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Fresh Snap Beans
Fresh Squash, lb
New Irish Potatoes, lb
Fresh Carrots, lb
Fresh Tomatoes, lb
New Cabbage, hard heads, lb
//csh from the packers, thc kind
that makes red gravy. If you will
eat one you will eat another, lb
Why not trade at thc store thal
appeals to the appetite with pure
Cash Grocery Co,
Patrons ot Piercetown school. No
54, ^.ill meet with the trustees ul
SCbOOl building .Saturday. May 1st
for purpose of electing teachers.
COL. JOS. NEV
' Second Ranking Confederate Of!
83 Years of Age Goes /
Busily as An;
(From Thc Columbia Record's Vet
'I'ii" ranking Con fedi rate odin r
\ living lu llii? Stat?- is Cul. .Vhurj
[Coward, who commanded thc Fifth
j South Carolina regiment from \u
|gust, 18C2. The next ranking ollie cf
living, lt is believed, is Col. .los New
ton drown of Anderson, who ai tie
!au<- of nearly s:\. PK-I about his dally
? allait-( practicing law, advising cup
I ital, 'handling slocks and bonds, as
i luislly as any young mau in Hie
Joseph Newton Brown, thc subject
I of this sketch, for many years com
Inlander of ('..imp Stephen |?. |,ec. No.
|7f>"$, C. C. V., at Anderson, was horn
?fix mihs east of Anderson, Decem
ber I'!, ls:.'. Two yours later his f.i
? Hier. Samuel Brown, and his mother,
?Helena T. (Vandiver) Brown, moved
i io Townvllle, where the son resided
until removing to Laurens In I.s."..",.
[Ile stlidlcd at the school of Wesley
i I .everett in Anderson and thc "Clas
sical School" of Wesley Lovcrelt and
.Manning Belcher at Williamston. At
laurens lie studied law under Col.
[.lames ll. Irby in is.", and practiced
in partnership wltli bim until Col.
' Irliy's dquth jn, IMO.
j On January ll, ISC3, he joined Co.
I), the Abbeville company. Gregg's
six months regiment, on Sullivan's Is
land and on tho loth of March went
to Morris Island mid was in a detail
lu a battery at Light House Inlet dur
ing the bombardment mid surrender
of Kori Sumter.
On returning to Laurens. Company
K was organized for tho Nth regi
ment and 'i- was elected captain and
ronxmnnded the company at Por?
l(oyn) Kerry. January I, 1862, IP
which his lieutenant, J. A. Power, and
Corporal S. L. Boyd, wi re killed. This
was thc first regiment of the brigade
ever under lire. This regiment with
the 12th and 13th, formed Gregg's
Brigade on the ? oust until 1862 when
ordered io Virginia. Near Richmond
the First Regiment and Orr's Rifles
were added* (ii the Brigade which af
ter tTenerW Gregg's ?lealli was known
ns McGowan's Brigade, lui Uson's
corps, sud. after his death, A. P.
He comtmtndcd his company al
(Jaine's inJ^LMMLrWus sovercly wound
ed, nearly loslifg his arni. While
?ccr Lives al Anderson-Although
\bout His Daily Tasks as
y Young Man.
I still suffering from it. hi> rejoined Hie
company and was willi it at Cedar
; Kuti and made Hie forced mareil of
.1 mlloif In two day* lu Manasaas, in
which battle lip'was slightly wound
ed: IM- net od as major in the suc
ceeding Ma roland campaign, Includ
ing til.- cup tu n of Matiusbtirg, Va.,
nnd the taking of Harper's Kerry, and
I commanded the regiment for a time.
I Then followed the success of Sh a ros
lin rg and i'oteler's Ford and in Do
? comber* Frcdericksburg.
j (in thc 20th ol February, 1863, (tap
lain Brown was promoted lieutennt
colonel ami Captain Abner Perrin,
colonel of Hie j-ith regiment. During
j tiie hattie of Chancellorsville, Col.
Perrin look command of thc brigade.
?and Lieutenant-colonel drown com
manded the regiment on Hie Gettys
burg campaign, Coi. Perrin com
1 manded til? brigade and Col. Brown
the 14th regiment. On July 1st. nd
? vuncing up Hie Lutheran Seminary
, Hill under a furious storm of mus
ketry and shells from thc enemies'
batteries (Torrin's report? "a sheet
I of Ure and smoke from tho enemy's
?breastworks, and au enfilading lire
jon the lilli, they dislodged the enemy,
j (the First Corps, under (?ener.il Dou
bleday) from tho strong entrenched
I position, captured the hill with hun
dreds of prisoners and the 1st and
J the J4th regiments leading, pursued
j their more numerous foes through
' theoiigh the town.
The regiments lost more than half
j their men in killed and wounded, the
14th losing 24<> men out of 470 cur
j ried into action. On Hie 2nd of July,
i tile Brigade supported a battery at
! McMillan's Seminary Ridge, and
j though under lire, the losses were not
i heavy. On the 3rd of July they
I fought at the dist road near Cemetery
' Heights., and in a vigorous charge,
I Col. Brown and Major Croft were
j severely wounded. On the return to
Virginia Col. Brown was made colo
nel of tho 14th Regiment. September
17, 1 SG:?. tliey were In buttle at Bris
tow Station, with also some lighting
lat Mine Hun.
On tho 6th of May th .>>. engaged In
the battle of the Wilderness. and
?again on the Gth. Of the assault and
; the holding of tho "Bloody Angle"
! Spottsylvanla C. H.. May 12, by Mc
gowan's Brigade. Gen. Wilcox report
^^I^I^H?^^^LSB?S """VS*****" r'^*-*~-j|>- "" . . -^ggfer^
IBAHCE8C0 PALLAKIA, LEADER 0? THE PALLARIA BATO.
'fg^RAJKCESOO PALLARIA la on* of the mott dynamic dramatic and spectacular band leaders In America. His
M audiences catch his enthusiasm and heartily enter into the spirit of tua programa. Pallarla as a yooth of
nina yean studied In the Muster I Conservatory bf Milan. Italy, and later gradua ted with honora! After
? <?eM* 8pent ta <,ll'*?t,n? *>*nds tn his own country ?Md In other parts of Kurope he esma to Kew York,
mum* aa appeared tn concetta tn tbs Nsw Tock Hippodrome. Ha baa since played tn nearly ?ii tho larga cities ot
I inn: "Among Hie wounded was the
i chivalric commander, Brig Gen. Mc
Gowan, (10 a. m.) un?l (he further
I command of Hie brigade devolved up
on Cul. Joseph N. Brown, 14th ri. C.
Regiment. . . . . The brigade was
puryl intermingled with Harris' (who
tilled the places of those killing or
wounded) and held (lie position with
out sup|/ort or relief till 4 o'clock tho
Describing th?' fearful lighting
across thc breastworks with guns of
ton touching. General Wilcox wrote
"Tin-re is no parallel to tlibji light in
the history of tili swar not any th it
I know of since the introduction of
fire-arms." General Horace Porter of
Gen. Grant's stall, wrote: "Tho bat
tle near the angle was probably the
most desperate engagement in all
mod? rn warfare. ... A tree, over
I a foot and a half in diameter, was cut
down by musketry. Wo nut only
shot down au army, hut also a forest
. . . The dead were piled upon
each other in some places four lay
In removing the wounded in thc
night Colonel Brown's younger broth
1er. Adjutant Daniel Edward Brown,
was left by over night among the
dead, it being supposed lie was In the
field hospital. Ile died two weeks
later in Washington.
Tlie struggle continued il months
longer without any special battles ex
cept Second Cold Harbor, and the
I great blow of the Crater. It was a
continuous battle in which thc Con
federate army withstood the over
whelming forces of General Grant,
until the fall of Petersburg and of
Richmond. Appomattox and the sur
render. Gen. A. P. Hill was killed
ion tho lines below Petersburg on
April 2nd and McGowan's Brigade,
except those on picket duty were
nearly all captured alter a victorious
battle at Sutherland Station. Col.
Brown, senior colonel, generally com
manded the brigade during tito ab
sence of Gen. McGowan. The well
written "History of McGowan's Bri
gade," by Capt. J. P. J. Caldwell in
cludes in part the war record of Col.
Brown and the valiant 14th regiment.
In October, 1865, Coi. Brown came
to Anderson and since (hen he has
been closely engaged In bis profes
sional life as a lawyer and an enter
prising citizen in its business life and
Interview. With the
Father of the Ford.
In The Intelligencer this morning
appears an announcement from Mr
Henry Ford, manufacturer of the fa
mous Ford automobile, that will
prove of interest to all owners and
prospective owners of Ford machines.
The Interview was given by Mr. Ford
to one of the aggressive Ford agent?,
who returned to his homo and gave
it to his territory in the newspaper
advertisement which appears in tnis
paper this morning.
Wets Win In Pennsylvania.
ll AR I'd SB LUG. Pa.. April 23.--The
Williams loaW optiou bill, backed by
Hov. nrunibaugh, after u spirited de
bato continuing nearly four hours,
was defeated hy the house today on
final passage by a vote of I HS io TS.
The action of the house kills the
measure for this season.
Kronprinz Leaves lindock.
NEWPORT NEWS; Va.. "April 23.
The German eon verted cruiser Kron
prink Wilhelm was floated from dry
lock at the. shipyard ' here today, af
ter having had her hull painted and
repaired. Sh? was towed to an an
chorage ir. the harbor and tho guard
from Fort Monroe returned to that
post. Now boiler tubes for tho v-.'ssol
arrived today and will be installed by
Submarine Sunk Trawler.
GRIMSBY, England, April 23.-Tho
Grimsby trawler St. lawrence was
torpedoed and sunk in the North
Sea yesterday by a German subma
rine. Two members o' the crew were
killed. Seven were brought herc to
day by the trawler Queenstown,
whose skipper renorted a subma
rine fired on his vessel while cn
gaged in rescuing the crew of the St.
British May Close Harbors.
WASHINGTON, April 23.-Consul
General Skinner at landon cabled
yesterday that the British admiralty
had been given notlco that certain
port of Great Britain may be closed
to shipping without notice.
Chosen Choctaw t hief.
DURANT. Okla., AprC 23.-Walter
Turnbull was elected chief of the
Choctaw Indians by a mass convention
In session here to succeed Victor M.
Locke. The convention adopted reso
lutions asking congress to disburse
several milllor dollars in tribal funds
now hold In trust by the government.
Reopen lUuring on jflcers "Strike,
KANSAS CITY, April 23.-Frank V.
Walsh, chairman of the federal indus
trial relntions commission, announc
ed tonight that the hearing concern
ing the coal miners strike in Colo
rado would be re-opened ar?'l John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., re-ca'.led as a wit
Walsh's action waa caused by In
formation contained In letters and
telegrams between Rockefeller and
the officers of the Colorado Fuel and
Iron Company which were made pub
lic by Walsh tonight.
I - \
Halt in Raising F-4.
WASHINGTON. April 23.-A Hono
lulu cablegram to the navy depart
ment tonight announced another
temporary halt in raising the sub
marine F-4. A cable broke.
lix ports For Year.
WASHINGTON, April 23.-Secre
tary Fjed field submitted to the cabinet
today estimates that United States
exports for the fiscal year will reach
two billion, seven hundred and fifty
million dollars. Breadstuff s export
ed last month ?re valued fifty-nine
million against eight million last year.
Breadstuff* exported since the war
tsarted aro valued at. four eighteen
I Personal I
Prof. A. W. Mcred ii li, who has
closed a very succc.-s?ul ..""cdo?l at
.Melton passed through the city yes
terday ?MI route to Laurens, S. c.
He and Miss Vann closed their school
Tuesday night with an ent< rtainiucnt
on which they realized a nice sum of
money. The people are very much
pleased wltii Prof. Meredith's worth,
mil want to secure his services for
The County Hoard of K?|lia!l/.ation
placed a pan of the Portulan Power
plant in the Br?yles district, hut this
will remain in the /.ion district, as
they had bonds voted before this was
J. T. Cann. M. ll. Moore and W.
A. Gumbrell, of Zion, were visitors
in the city yesterday.
Miss Mary Smith of Townvilte ls
sprnding a few days with her friend
Mrs. Theodore Pant, at the home of
.1. il. Felton.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Karl were
visitors in the city yesterday.
Miss Mnttie McCarley of Townville j
is visiting her sister. Mrs. Mary
Mr. Newt Banister of Helton was a
business visitor in Hie city yester
For Foreign Comities Subject of
Statement From Postmaster.
There seems to he a general misun
derstanding by the public, judging
from recent orders Issued by the post
Office department at Washington, D.
C., as to the foreign rate of postage
Postmaster William laughlin
wishes th?' patrons of the Anderson
postofflcc to he thoroughly Informed
:\s to the rate of postage to the dif
ferent foreign countries; and, for
for their information and guidance,
th? following order from the sec
ond assistant postmaster general is
"As fae failure properly to prepay
letters for foreign countries appears
to be the result in many cases of
an erroneous impression ns to the
application of the United States do
mestic rate, postmasters should adopt I
all measure? practicable to give no- I
tice to the public that the only des-I
tlnations to which the two eent rate
applies are Canuda. Cuba, Mexico/
Republic of Panama, the Canal Zoiu,
Bahamas. Barbados, British Hon
duras, Leeward islands, Newfound
land, Germany (hy direct steamer on
ly) England, Scotland, Wales. Ireland,
anil the City of Shanghai. China; and
that to all other places tue rate is five
cents for the first ounce or fraction
of an once mid three cents for each
additional ounce or fraction of an
ounce, which must he fully prepaid or
the letters become liahle on delivery
to a charge of double the amount of
the deficient postage.'
MAHN BK AT THF ANDERSON
Fast Lynne Will Be llepeated Till?
An audience which filled The Au
dorson lu."t night almost to Its capaci
ty witnessed the rendition of Rast
Lynee hy the Fountain Stock Com
pany. Tho play will he repealed al
the matinee today.
Tonight "Sheridan/ King. Detective"
will bc played. The Fountain Stock
company contlnnues to pleaso thc
theatre goers of Anderson, and lt ls
probable that thc largest audience of
the week will be out tonight to wit
ness thlr farewell perfornianoo in
Taking Care of thc Children.
No parents would consciously be
careless of thc children. Joe A. Bo/.- I
marin, Clarkson, Nebr., uses Foley's
Honoy and Tar for bia two children
for croup, coughs and colds. lin
says. "Wa are never without Folny's
Honey and Tar In the house." A dis
tressing cough, sleepless nights, and
raw, inflained throat lead to a run
down condition In which' thc child ls
not ablo to resist contagions or infec
tious diseases. Foley's Honey und
Tar ls truly healing and prompt In
Action, . Evana Ph?rmncy.
DETROIT. "Mich7. Ap'rll 28. -Syrup
ing advanfce'iti 'Vages' and reduction
of worldiik 'ho?f? " for ' nil employees
was' made; yesterday by tho- Ford
Motor Company, 'mtriited. of Cnnartn.
All' en?ployes'lh'tb?'cbmpAhy'K service
six 'montas b?l'lori'#fer wilt rocoire a
minimum wage of "5<1 cents an hour
or ?-? a day. the working hours be
ing reduced to eight hours a day or
48 hours a week.
Makes 61 Feel Like 16.
"X suffered with kidney ailment for
two years," writes Mrs. M. A. Bridges,
Robinson, Mtss, "and commenced tak
ing Foley Kidaey Pills about ten
months ago. I am now able to do all
my work without fatigue. I am now
61 'years St agu and feel like a ld
year-old girl." Foley Kidney Pilla
strengthen and Invigorate weak, tired
and d ?ranged kidneys; relieve back
ache, weak back, rheumatism, and
btnddpr trouble. They aro tonic In
action. Evans Pharmacy.
v ? ? ' . ?
Wm o/ GOO
Let Us Launder
House cleaning time will soon
bc nt hand. Probably your lace
curtains will need attention at
that time. Why not take time
by thc fore-lock und have them
Made clean, sweet, und stlffi
all ready to re-hang when you
finish your cleaning.
Just phone ns to call.
rim NF. :.
If so, hcrc/s tho placo to get youl
feed. Wc carry the full Cypher's line
-Laying Mash, Scratch Feed, Shorl
Cut Alfalfa, Developing Food, for lit
tle ''Biddy" chicks, Meat Scraps, and
Wheat Short3, etc.. etc.
J. M. McCown
Phone 22 gast Whittier Street.
Bye and Bye
Leads to the house of
Begin now, Bavo ?
part of your curnlngs
will soon count up
when deposited in tho
Savings Department of
Bank of Anderson
The strongest bank
In the county.
Last evening we received a
shipment of fine lish, including
thc following: Sfcai, Red Fin,
Crokers, Butter Fis!;, Black Fish,
Salmon Trout, Sheephcad, Span
ish Mackerel, Red Snapper, Pom
pano, Shrimp, and Whiting.
Fish JDrcssed Free of Charge, and De
C. F. POWER & SON
COT. Benson-and McDuffic
Aha Was Suspicions.
George W. Perkins said, in his wit
ty way. at a dinner:
"There are some people wno insist
>u seeing an octopus in every trust
rheae people cross-question you as
auspiciously aa the young wife cross
luestloned her husband after the
"A young husband attended his
Bret banquet, and a few **ya after
ward hla wife said to him:
" 'Howard, la it true that you %wero
be only sober man Kt that banquet?'
."No. of course not V Howard in
?"Who who. thenr said his wlfeV "
Charleston & Western
To and From the
NORTH, SOUTH, !
No. 22 . . . .6:08 A. M.
No. 6 . . . .3:37 P. M.
No. 21 ... 11:15 A. M.
No. 5 ... . 3:07 P. M.
rates, etc., promptly
E. WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,
T. B. CURTIS, C. A.,
Anderson. S. C.
Greatly Reduced Round
Premier Carrier of Hie South In Con?
nection With ISluc Ridge From
Anderson, S. C.
ami return account of Southern Bap
tist Convention. Tickets on sale May
fit li to llth, with return limit May
31 st. 191 fi.
$22?0 .. .Memphis Tenn.
and return account' of Cotton Manu
facturers Association. Tickets on sain
April 10, ll and " 12th with return
limit April 24th.
.> .. .Washington, II. C.
and return account of Daughters of
thc American Revolution. Tickets on
sale April 15. 1G and 17th with return
limit May Sth, 1915.
H.40 ... .?!. .Atlanta, Ju.
and return account of Atlanta M isic.
Festival. Tickets on sale April 25th
to 30th, with return limit May 4th,
and return account of Southern Con
ference,. Tickets, op, sale April 25, 20
and 27 th vf Uk return limit. "May 8,th.
For complete information, ? "uliman
tescrvatlon. and tickets call on any
agent, or write to.
W. E. M'CEE. A. C. P. A.,
? Columbia, 8. C.
W. It. TABER, T. P. A.,
Greenville, S. C.
Condensed Passenger St-hedalo
PIERMONT & NORTHERN HAILWA1
Effective January 57th, 1915.
I/o. 81.8:25 a. ra.
No. 88. 10:041 a. m.
No. 86. ,.11:40 a. m.
No. 87.'.. .. 1:1.? p. ra.
No, 89. 8:40 p. m.
No. 41. .6.00 p. m.
No. 48. 0:20 p. m.
No. 80.7.15 a. m.
No. 82.8:00 a. m.
No. 84 .10:80 a. rn.
No. 86.12*05 p. m.
No. 38. 2:80 p. m.
No. 40. ... . 4:45 p. m.
No. 42.8:1'.'. p. tv..
...... ... .CS. ALLEN,
Throng./ Pullman Sleeping Car Service
Premier Carrlor of the South
Effective Sunday, November 22nd.
1914. Sleoner handled on
-, Nos. ??-nn<S 881 ,<- f
8 am. Lv. Charleston Ar. 9:40 p. m.
12 :55 p. m. LY'Columbia Ar 4:46 p. r>.
4:30 p. m. Lv Sp?rtanhurg Ar 1:45 pm
7:80 p. m. Lv Asheville Ar 9:20 a m.
18:05 a. m. Lv Knoxville Lr 6:10 a. nz,
10:65 a- m. Ar Cincinnati Lv 6:35 a m.
9:00 p. m. Ar Chicago .Lr 9:65. a. m.
Passovers from Anderson and
Greenville territory will matte connec
tions by leaving.on traine Nos. 16
to Greenville. and 12 to Spartanbnrg
and. connecting there with the Chica
go aleeper. -
In addition to the through sleeper to
Chicago. Drawing Room Sleeper.
Standard Pullman Sleeper; Dining
oar and through coach.
Pot full and complete Information,
tickets and pullman r?servation call
on any ticket agent, ov write
fr. E. Taber, T. P. A., GreenvRIe, &
ti, or W. B. McGee, A. O. P. A., Cot
fWiMa. ft. O.