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Stock-taking time is approaching, and in order to reduce
.?r stock we w?l offer unheard-of inducements in all Depart
ments of our Mammoth Store, commencing Monday morning,
t?te 20th instant, and continuing throughout the week ending
Saturday, the 25th. In order to convince the public that
when we say inducements we mean indueements, we give a
few prices for comparison. If you will come early you will
find Goods and prices just as we say. Some lots are limited,
and we have no guarantee how long they will last. If you
want the best things come early.
Let the following speak :
2S?0 yards 4-4 Unbleached Sea Islands, worth 5c, at. 03
2000 yards 30-inch Unbleached Drills, worth 61c, at. 04.
Yard-wide Bleaching, worth 5c, at. 03 ?
Yard-wide Bleaching, worth 7?c, at-.'. 05
Fnwt of the Loom Bleaching, yard-wide, at. 061
10-4 Unbleached Sheeting, former price 25c, now.... . 15
Ike same Bleached, now.. .u. 16
Ifew York Mills and Wamsutta Bleachings, former price 12ic, now - 09
$fce greatest line of Domestics in the City.
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We have a great line of them, but mention no prices as the only way
?f convincing, you as to price and quality is to show them.
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Oa these Goods will bo our greatest cuts.
Fine French Organdies, formerly 35c and 50c, now. 25
Kaw French Organdies, formerly 25c, now. . 18
Fi?e French Organdies, formerly 20c, uow.. . 125
Fiae French Organdies, formerly 15c, now.10
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White Lawns, worth ordinarily 10c, now... 04}
W?te PKa, formerly 20c, now. 12}
Waite Dimities, formerly 15c, now.. 10
BUCKS-White and Colored, formerly 10c, now. 08*
Caa case Canton Cords just received, pretty new goods, ordinarily retail
ed at 10c, now. 04
Saudi quantity Percale, regular 12' c goods, now. 05
Lat cf Remnants at a mere song.
LACES and EMBROIDERIES. Great values.
TRIMMINGS of various kinds and at Beg Reductions.
Sueb values never heard of before !
Oae lot of All Silk at. 12*
Oae lot of All Silk, former price 50c, at. 25
Qa? lot of All Silk, former price 75c, at. 50
Pure White, Fancy Colors and Black.
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In this Department we have some of the greatest values on earth.
OB? lot of Untrimmed Sailors at..1. 07
One lot of Untrimmed Sailors at. ll
Fine line of Ribbons, good assortment of colors, at a big reduction.
SASHES and SiSH RIBBONS away below the regular price.
All Trimmings, Flowers, Etc., in this Department at big reductions.
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Lace Curtains,
Chenille Curtains,
Tapestry Curtains,
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At a great reduction, and our stock of Shoes and Oxfords is the largest and
Beat assorted iu the City.
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?0 FAKE !
Don't believe in carrying Goods over ? Prefer dividing
profits with our customers ! The Cash a big thing with us
just now ! Prices quoted for this week only I
1 Yours truly,
Brown, Osborne 4 Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Greneral Merchandise.
ANDERDON, s*. <:
Mies Margaret VanWyck ia in Atlanta
visiting friends. '
Rev, T. C. Ligon, of Rock Hill, iq in the
city spending a few days.
The Greenville District Conference
meeta at Piedmont to day.
Piedmont is arranging to celebrate the
Fourth of July in royal style.
0. J. Copeland will pr^ach^t Cedar
Grove next Sanday at ll o'cbock.
Miss Eleanor Osborne hBs'gone to Easley
to spend a few days with friends.
The eariy peaches are ripening. A few
were in the market last Saturday.
The new advertisement of the Alliance
Store will interest you this week.
The Sessions Court .will convene at
Walhalla on the first Monday in Jal y.
Mr. L P. Smith carried a large crowd
cn his excursion to Allunta yesterday.
This entire section has been blessed with
fine ahowers of rain during the past week.
Some of our energetic gardeners are
now planting a tecond crop of vegetables.
The male sex should read carefully the
new advertisement of B. 0 Evans <fc Co
Court convenes next Monday. Jurors
and witnesses should be on hand prompt
Miss Josephine Ceshin went up to Sen
eca last week to visit her aunt, Mrs. Frank
Mrp. H. H. Watkins has gone to Chick
amauga to spend awhile with Capt. Wat
The County official? commenced to day
moving into their offices in the new Court
House. .
According to the almanacs the summer
soason began yesterday, the longest day of
the year.
Our young friend, Hampton C<rpentor,
left last Friday for the West Point Military
Mr. F. J. Pelzer and family, of Charles
ten, are now at their summer home near
Mr. Paul Divver, of Atlanta, arrived in
the city last Saturday to spend a few days
with his parents.
The. new advertisement of Brook Bro?,
this week will prove interesting to the
farmers especially.
Mrs. Lucia Edwards, of Darlington, is
in the city visiting her parents. Col. and
Mrs. J. B. Patrick.
In their new advertisement this week
C. F. Jones <fc Co. call attention to some
bargains they are offering.
Miss Annie Johnson, of Lowndesvllle,
?3 in the city visiting tho family of her
brother, Mr. W. G. Johnson.
Mips Anna Cunningham, a daughter nf
Mr. J. G. Cunningham, of this city, is
vi?iting rel? ti vea in Greenwood.
Mrs. W. G. Smith, of Columbia, ?B in the
city visiting her daughters, Mrs. M. A.
Dean acd Mrs. T A. Ratliffe.
The many friends of Capt. T. F. Hill,
who has been qnite sick for several weeks,
rejoiced to see him out yesterday.
If yon want to secure some genuine
bargain^ yon should read carefully the
new advertisement of B.own, Osborne it
The young people of the city will have
a dance in the City Hall thia evening.
Visitors from neighboring towna will at
Mrs. James li. Vandiverand Mrs. Wm.
Laughlin attended the Convention of Wo
man's Clubs, which met at Seneca a week
The Anderson girls and boy?, who have
boen attending CoMege in distant cities,
bave returned home to spend their vaca
Ocr fellow-townsman. Mr. W. A Faut,
bas been sick for several weeks, but we
are glad to report that he is now convales
Last Saturday at the examination of
teachers for the public schools there were
fifteen whito applicants and thirty-six
Mr. Robt. M. Baker has gone to Louis
ville, Kv., to attend the National Council
of the Jnnior Order of Unitfd American
Eugene Long, of the Honea Path sec
tion, has gone to Columbia, where he hns
accepted H position in the Slate Hospital
for the Insane.
There will be an all day singing at Beu
lah Church the first Sunday in July. Kv
erbody is invited to attend and bring
their dinner baskets.
Mr. C. S. Minor has be?n visiting his old
honip, Milledgeville. Ga., and attending
the marring? of his brother, which took
placo at Macon last week.
Jno. A. Austin it Co. have u lot of <:?y- \
lon and India Tea, which will more thuu
piense you if you are a tea drinker. Kend {
their new advertisement.
If any of our young men de?iro to enlist
in (Jo. C and go to Chickamauga, they
should see Lieut. Brown at onee, as his
stay in the city is limited.
Miss Sudie Watson, a daughter of Dr.
D. S. Watson, who lives near this city,
graduated from the Cooper-Limostone In
stitute, in Spartanburg County, last week
A little child of Mr. and Mrs. S Jasper
Browne, formerly ol' this County, died at
their home, Newborn, Ga., on Thursday,
IRth inst,, of cholera infantum, aged one
Onr young townsman. Ernest F, Coch
ran, E?q.. went down to Charleston last
week and qualified as Assistant District j
Attorney for the I'nitod 8tnteH Circuit j
Onr venerable friend. Dr. M L. Sharp*,
formerly of this city, but who is now
living in Hpartanburg, is spending a f?w
days here, and is warmly greeted bv his j
many old friend.".
Mr. A. ?en?y Sherard, who liss just j
graduated from tho law department of iii? j
South Carolina College, has returned to
his home at Moffattsvllle, and is cordially j
welcomed bv bis many frionds.
Th? Truetee9 of the Hon ea Path Hi
School will meet on the 1st July to elec
principal. All applicants must have ga
recommendations and tile their applic
tinns before the day of election.
The State Teachers Association w
meet at Harris Springs July 1-4. A fi
attendance is expected and a delight!
meeting is in anticipation. Every teach
who can should attend this meeting.
Mr E. B. Keys, of Broadway Townsbi
powed 3? bushels of wheat last fall. L
week bis crop was threshed and it yield
him 102 bushels. This is certainly a fii
yield, and also & very profitable crop
Congressman Latimer was quite sick
bi? home in B-dton last we6k, but is no
mending rapidly and will soon return
bis poet of duty in Washington. Me spei
i short while in the city Monday afte
On account of the increase in businei
in the Anderson postoffice, the salary <
fhp postmaster has been increased froi
$1800 to $1900 a year. The salaries of se^
and other postmasters in the State have a
JO been increased.
Miss Sue Dickson, who has been
leocher in the Anderson Graded School fe
;be past two years, has returned to her ol
lotrjp, Columbia, where she has bee
elected a teacher in the Graded Schoo
Ser many friends regret to see her leav
ind orso D. \
The midsummer recital of Miss Lizzi
Cornish's music pupils will be given ii
;he Opera House on Tuesday evenina
inly 5th An Interesting program is bein)
irranged for the occasion. The proceed
viii be donated to the purchase of a fla]
br the Anderson Volunteers.
Mr. B. S Patrick, of Anderson, has re
?eived the degree of Electrical and Me
sbanical Eogineer Irom the Alabami
Polytechnic Institute. He has also beet
dected by the trustees of that Institutioi
;o the position of Commandant of Cadets,
ind put in charge of the gymnasium.
The first cotton bloom of the season tc
iud its way to ?hr office is from the fieldi
)f Mr. Joseph Harper, of Broadway
Township. The bloom appeared or
Thursday, 16th inst. On Fridav bloomi
?vere also received from Mr. C. D. Madden
?f Aulnn, and Mr. G. .T. Murdrey, of th<
The annual pio nie which was to take
>laoe next Saturday, 25th inst, at M nj ira'
Milla, has been changed to Anderson ville,
The public is cordially invited to attend
md bring well-filled dinner baskets. The
iandidates are especially invited to be
jreaent. Hon. J. W. Ashley will deliver,
It is proposed to have a re-union of the
>ld students of the CarBwell Institute this
rear. In another column Mr. T. T. Wake
field publishes a notice in reference to the
natter and calls a meeting to be held in
his city next Monday to arrange a pro
cram for the occasion. All of the old stu
lents should attend this meeting.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
M. Vance McGee died at their home In
Sall Township last Sunday night. The
ittle one was sick only three days with
moler? infantum. The remains were in
:erred at First Creek Churoh Monday af
:ernooD. In their sore bereavement the
parents have the sympathies of all their
Children's Day will be observed at Flat
Rock next Sunday, and all the neighbor
ing Sunday Schools are cordially invited to
attend. Hon. J. M. Sullivan and J- F.
El'ce, Esq., will address the School. The
Varennes choir will conduct the music
Tor the occasion. The services will begin
promptly at 10 o'clock a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Minor, who were
united in the holy bonds of matrimony at
Macon, Ga., last week, have been spend
ing a few days in the city the guests of the
former's brother, Mr. C, 8. Minor. Last
Saturday afternoon a reception was ten
dered the bride and groom at the home of
Mr. Minor, and was attended by a large
crowd of the ladies of the city.
Prof. John T. Milford will conduct a
doging at Mizpih Baptist Church, near
[va, next Sunday, beginning at 0 o'clock
i. m. The public is cordially invited to
attend and bring the dinner baskets, as the
meeting will continue throughout the day.
In tho afternoon at 4 o'clock services will
ba conducted by the pastor, and will con
clude with the celebration of the Lord's
State Superintendentof Education May
field has made public his schedule for
County Institutes for white teachers this
?mmmer over the S'.ate. That for Ander
jon County will be held in this city Au
gust 1-0, conducted by Prof. Patterton
Wardlaw, of the South Carolina College,
and Superintendent S A. Greai?r, ol'the
Darlington Graded Schools
Rev. W. R Richardson, pastor of the
Methodist Church at Anderson, spent
several days in Piedmont last week visit
ing his brothers, J. M. and N. T. Richard
s?on. On Thursday nigh? he conducted
the meeting at the Methodist church here
and gave J; deeply impressive talk on per
sonal responsibility from the words, "Ne
man liveth to himself, aud no man dieth
to himself." The service was oi joyed by
all pr?tent.-Piedmont. Sun.
Wewers very glad lo meet Mr. (J. F.
Tolly, the mayor ot Anderson. S. C , on
our streets the other day. He was here
with his wile visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Wilcox. Mr. Tolly took occasion to say
that he hoped Elberton would not make
the mistake his city had in reference to
waterworks. They have the syndicate
system like the one proposed to be voted
on hf re. He HHys it is a great deal cheap
er and much more satisfactory for us to
own our plant.- Elberton ((?rt.) Star.
The attention of all of the County can
didates is called to the following extract
from the Constitution of the Democratic
party of the State: "No vote shall be
counted for any candidato who does not
fi'e with the Chairman of the County Ex
ecutive Committee a pledge in writing that
he will abide the re.sult of such primary
and support the nominees thereof, and
that ho ii not nor will be become the can
didate of any faction, either privately or
publicly suggested, other than the regnlHr
Democratic nomination; provided, further,
that no candidate shall be declared nomi
nated unless he receives a majority ot the
votes east for tho ellice for which he is a
candidate. Provided, that the pledge of
such candidate shall he filed on or before
tho day of the first campaign meeting of i
he County."
Jim Lee, a colored tenant on Mr B
Crayton'8 plantation in Rock Milla To
abip, bad tbe misfortune to lose his wi
crop-about 75 bushels-a few days ?
The thresher bad jast reached his he
and commenced work, when a spark fi
the engine lodged in his pile of wheat ?
in a few seconds it was in a big blaze,
aid barn, containing 400 bundles of I
der, near where the wheat was piled, \
also burned. The loss falls quite bei
on L?e, who is an industrious and wor
colored man.
The dedicatory services of the rj
Court Homo will begin promptly ai
a'olock next Monday morning. The <
arches will be brief and appropriate. r.
ladies are cordially invited to attend,
consequence of Inability of some of
speakers to attend the dedication servi<
7. K Hood, E-q., will be eubstitnted
Col. Joseph N. Brown in preseoting
Bible to the Clerk; response by E.
Cochran, Etq. E. M Rucker, E>q.,
ubstituted for Maj. B F. Whitnerin p
sentitig the Staves to Sheriff.
Last Thursday the Board of Trustees
;be Anderson Graded School met a
dected Prof. Thos. C. Walton, of Tam
Fla., Superintendent, Prof. J. C. Harp
v ho has been in charge of the Honea P<
School for several years, was elected pr
??pal, and Miss Nannie Harkness, of ti
bounty, waa chosen as the successor
Vliss Dickson, who has resigned to acct
L position in the Columbia Graded Soho
Prof. Walton is a brother-in-law of Ri
?v". T. Capers, of this city, and comes
Anderson bearing very high testimonii
19 to his fitness for the position. T
Soard has done more than well in
bree of the elections.
The Columbia State of the. 18th io
aye: "Many of the Columbia friends
Vir. Thomas P. Weston, Jr., received <
yesterday invitations to his marriaf
vhich is to take place in Anderson i
fooe 29 when bo will lead to the all
Vliss Anna Virginia Humphreys, of tl
:ity. Miss Humphreys bas visited hi
>n several occasions, and her attracti
sresence has always drawn around bei
lumber of admirers. Everybody in C
umbia knows Tom Weston, and
?ounts his friends here by thebundrec
ind when the time comes he will be abo
;red with their congratulations and go
A correspondent of the Alkea Journ
md Review says: ' Gen. M. L. Boohai
)f Anderson, S. C., formerly Adj uta
md Inspector-General of this State,
mentioned by his numerous admirers f
:be colonelcy of the next regiment of v<
inteers to ba rai?? d in this S ate. He won
nake a typical and t-uperb officer.. Pc
leased of undaunted courage, a bold, das
ng and commanding appearance, a sc
lier by inheritance, he is eminently cap
ble of rendering valuable and succesef
lervice to bis country, and adding frei
laurels to the fame of the Palmetto Sta
ind his own illustrious name. He is we
-mown to all tbe young men of Sou
karolina, and could. I believe, rai^e tl
regimeat if authorized to do so."
Married, on Wednesday evening, Jui
15, 1893, in the Presbyterian Church
flinton, S. C., by Rev. Wm. P. Jacob
D. D., Prof. D. Manton Frierson, of Bate
fille, Ark., and Mis9 Willie Joe Vane
laughter of Mr, W. T. Vance, of Clinto
The marriage was a most brilliant alfa
md was witnessed by a large congreg
lion. There were seven groomsmen ai
<even bridesmaids in attendance. Tl
?tippy couple arrived in Anderson c
Thursday and will spend a few weel
tier? with relatives. Prof. Frierson is a
aid Anderson boy, being a son of the la
Rev. Dr. Frierson, but for the past tv?
years has been living at Batesville, Ark
where he is a member of the faculty of tl
Arkansas College. We join the mau
friends o? the Professor in extending coi
gratulations, and wish he and his lovel
bride a long life of usefulness and happ
Anderson County is called upon 1
mourn the loss of another good citizen i
the death of Mr. Jasper King, which o<
curred at his home in Williamson To wi
?hip last Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clocl
The deceased was afiiicted with Bright
disease and had been confined to his rooi
Bince last February. He hud been gradi
a'ly and slowly wasting away, and hi
death, therefore, was not unexpected b
his friends and loved ones. On Monda
afternoon at 4 o'clock his remains Wer
interred in the Whitefield Churehyan.
the funeral services being conducted b
tho pastor, Rsy. Mr. Allen, assistod b
Rsv. W. B. Hawkins Mr. King was
son of tho late George King and WHS ij
yeurs of age. He was boru and reared an
always lived in this County. In his boy
hood he joined the Baptist Church, aa'
throughout his lifo Was an ?clive, I eadiu
member. For a number of yenrs helm
Borve:! UH a deacon iu Whitefield Cnurcfc
Ile served his c. untry faithfully througl
the civil war, being a member ol Co. LI
Ifc'tb S. C. Regiment He was a modest
unassuming citizen and made a friend o
every acquaintance. Ho leaves a widov
and seven, children, Policeman King, o
this city, being ono of them, and in thei
sore bereavement they have the sympa
linns of ?i wide circle of friends anti rela
lives. _
Yellow Jaundice Cured.
Suffering humanity should be supplier
with every means possible for its relief
lt. is with pleasure we publish the follow
ing: "This is to certify that I was a terribh
sufferer from Yellow Jaundice for ovei
six months, and was treated by some o
the best physicians in our city and all tc
no avail. Dr. Bell, our druggist, recom
mended Electric Bitter*; and after takinf
two bottles, I waa entirely cured. I now
take great pleasure in recommending them
to any person suffering from this terrible
malady. I am gratefully yours, M. A.
Hogarty, Lexington, Ky." Sold by Hill
Orr Drug Co.
EST it A Y K P-A sorrel horse mule, with
striped legs and a small knot on its hock.
Any information concerning it will be
thankfully received. A. L. Teasley, care
Anderson Cotton Mill.
Miss Cornish takes orders for the famous
Ej?f? Cream Complexion 8uap at her home
und at Mi-8 Sallie Bowie's.
Why pay exorbitant prices for Bicycles
when Sullivan Hardware Co. can lit you
up at real, honest value?
If you are atllioted with diarrhoea or
dysentery, try Evans' Mixture. Guaran
teed to eil re the severest attack if taken
in time. For sale at Evans Pharmacy.
Price, univ 25 cents a bottle.
Sullivan Hardware Co. has sold a tre
mendous quantity of Hem ?nd Oescent
Wheels-doubling last season's big busi
ness. Why? The people have learned
that Sullivan Hardware Co. iy on the in
side track.
The Battle is On !
We are Prepared to Meet the Springtime Demands !
Our Clothing, Furnishings,
Hats and Shoes .
Are as the standard of Spring 1888
dictates. Modern Ideas, New Kinks,
a touch here and there, all combine
to give the wearer better satisfac
In the face of the improvements we have not discrimi
nated on the smallest detail to accomplish our purpose, which
is to give more and more and always more for less money
than elsewhere.
And only here. To see is to be convinced.
We earnestly ask you to call and inspect the nobbiest
and cleanest line of Clothing in upper South Carolina. r
jusriDEiE&soiNr, s. o.
East Side Public Square.
We have ou haud a big lot of Goods for bot weather. Call and see our
Bath Tubs, Sprinklers,
' Ice Cream Freezers,
Ice Cream Saucers,
Plower Pots, Water Coolers, Etc,
We are ready to do jour ROOFING, in Tin, Iron or Slate-your TIN
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Dealers in Stoves, Tinware, Crockery, Etc.
For your Business, and we solicit
your Trade on the following plat
form: - - ? - -
1st. We handle only strictly pure and first quality Goods.
2nd. We pay cash for every dollar's w orth of Goods we buy.
3rd. We buy our Goods direct from manufacturers and importers a
every saving in cost.
4th. We do a general merchandise business, and do not have to make all
our expenses out of one line, as do certain specialty houses.
5th. Wc make it a rule to buy the kind of Goods suited to this locality,
and do not seek to induce customers to buy that which they do not want
6th. Our buyers are acknowledged experts..
Acti?g on these principles our trade has largely increased, and our 1898
gilles will prove to be by far the largest of any in the histoiy of our house,
and it shall be our earnest aim to meet the requirements of our trade m every
department. Soliciting your trude for everything you need, we are
Yours truly,
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Has advanced, but we can still give you the highest grade
Flour on the market for the money. ^
We have a limited supply of Flour in slock that we can sell you for the
very low price of 84.50 per barrel.
Big Stock Coffee, Tobacco and Heavy Groceries,
Cheaper than anybody.
Shoes, Hats and Dry Goods
Cheaper than you ever had them priced you.
No mutter what other people oller you Goods for, don't buy until you see
us, for remember Brownlee <fe Vandivers sell it for less.
Yours very truly,

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