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WEDNESDAY. JAN. 23. 11*05.
Death of 0. Morris.
Col. D. K. Korr is died atOo'olook
Monday night in Bnltiraor-s, where he
had gone to enter a hospital for treat
ment. He died before an operation
ould be performed. He had been in
declining health t?r some time, al
though lie continued in active cnatge
jf his business interests.
Mr. Norris was botn in St. Matthew?
Parish, Orangeburg County ? r'ovember
1, 1840. His father was a planter, and
young Norris for the greater part of
the tune lived on the plantation until
1*77, when he removed to Hickory Flat,
'Vilich haw since been his home. He
vpaa attending school at Poudleton
when the civil war came- on. Though
i mere hoy he entered upon active
service in lite Confederate army, en
listing in the second regiment, South
Carolina artillery. He uns engaged in
the defence oi Charleston, and after
the evacuation oi' tin- city joined John*
-dii's army in North Caiolina. He was
severely wounded at the battle Ben
In IJ?'SO Mr. Norris took a prominent
part in the farmers' movement, and
iter became h leading factor in th?
Farmers' Alliance. II?; wan named by
Thos. G. CleinSoii a life trustee oi
Clem son College. In 181)0 he entered
the race lor Congress, but was defeat'
:mI by the narrow margin of 20 voles,
?le lias been several times a delegate
o National Democratic Conventions,
and always took a prominent stand in
politics. He was elected Slate Senator
in 1804, serving one term. He served
as president ol the County Alliance
ux cousecutive ternis.
In 1803 he organized tho Norris Cot
ton Mills at Isarjueenu, and since that
time he has given all his energies
to the building up or this large and
successful enterprise, of which ho was
Mr. Norris was married in 1H77 to
' Misa Bessie Caldwell, of Cokes-bury,
and ehe, with three daughters, sur
vives him. Tho daughters are Misses
.Bessie, Virginia and Lillian Norris.
The remains w^/o brought homo yes
terday and the interment will take
place today at 1'endleton.
What Our Representatives Are Doing.
* The following bills havo been in
troduced 'by members of tho county
-delegation in the Legislat". d:
J. W. Ashley. To ch&Xi&e tho coun
* I..... ..4* A Twlnrunn ( m 4~xi ui. uu try i rl _
cludea portion,of Abbeville Count};
to repeal the dog tax law.
Geo. E. 1'iiuce. To regulate and
prescribe the practicoin tho enforce
ment of beim on lands and buildings;
tocpiovide for the election of profus*
oore at the Citadel by the board of
visitors; to authorize construction of
?dam ucroBB Savannah River at Middle
ton aud Cherokee Shoals; to make an
. appropriation for the Confederate
Home College of Charleston and to
i->rovide scholarships; to provide for a
county tax for pensions.
J. B. Watson. To establish Cal hon n
County; to amend the jury law; a reso
lution requesting the State1? represen
tatives in Congress to procure oy fed
eral legislation the prompt transmis
sion ot ginners' reports to each cotton
pinner in theStnte.
M. P. Tribble. To amend the pen
sion laws bo that soldiers who enlisted
from other States aud are now resid
ing in this State may conduct business
without a license; to amend Section
827 of the civil code by exempting tax
executions from its provisions.
Senator Hood. To abolish days of
grace on notes aud other papers; u bill
relating to jury fees; a bill relating to
the drawing of jurors.
Mr. Ashley's bill to abolish the Bu
reau of Immmigration was reported
favorably by the Committee on Agri
culture, but it has not yet cone up for
action by the House. His bill fixing
the time of adjournment on February
11th was killed.
Expenses of the County Government.
The estimate for tho expenses of the
county government has been sent to
1 the Comptroller General by County
Supervisors. O. Jackson. A tax levy
of four mills will raise the necessary
amount. It is a fact worthy of com
ment that the county is entirely free of
-debt, while many others in the 8tat?
aro struggling under the burden of
Tue following statement will be of
...general interest, as it shows how the
funds are to be expended during the
County Auditor. $ 500
County Commissioners' and
Clerks' Salaries. 1,500
' County Treasurer's Salary. 500
' County Hoard of Equalization.. 000
Jury, Witness and Constable
- Clerk of Court. 500
Magistrates and Constables. 3,500
. Poorhouae and County Poor_ 8,500
. Repairs on Roads and Bridges.. 80,000
i Books, Stationery and Printing G00
-Contingent Expenses. 1,500
Ptfblio Offices. 800
Pont Mortem Examinations, Ex
amining Lunatics, etc.,. 500
Jury Commissioners and Insur
Salary of Superintendent of
Physicians1 and Attorneys' Fees 850
"Hr. asd Mrs. Walter Dickson spent
Saturday and Sunday with Dr. W. K.
Sharp, at Ri vola.
Miss Etta Giles has been quite sick
for the last week.
Mies Lula Cole, from South Union,
is visiting her cousin, A. A. Cole.
Prof. it. H. McCarley spent the holi
day with friends in Charleston.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Spearea are fa
aiding in Town ville.
J.- W. Shirley has moved the post
office to the Store formerly occupied
by Sharp & Ledbetter.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Grant spent
Sunday with Mr. Henry Crooks, near
Mr. Luther Snelgrove ia the mall car
Tier from Town vil le to Anderson on
nStar route. '
r. W. K. Sharp waa in Townville
Jfr. and Mrs. William Crenshaw,
-rfrom near Peudleton, visited their
aunt. Wi?. Richard Thrasher, quite re
L. 0. Bruce spent a while with friends
and relatives in Anderson.
Mis* Katie Comp ton, who has been
-the 3 nest of her uncle, J. D. Comp ton,
i Tfcaa returned to her home inEasley.
, Mrs. Price Land-era died Wednesday
- evening. Funeral services were con
?, ducted at the Baptist church by Rev.
v T. G. Ligon.
J. J. Haley, from Oakway, was in
Mrs. H. D. Grant gave a m n si cal
Friday evoning in honor of her si .ter,
Miss Maude Walker. Pansy.
Lebanon, although the banjer com
munity of Anderson County, has been
without a correspondent for quite
awhile. So with your permission Mr.
Editor, we will try to give your many
readers an occasional letter, without
making* any apology for any hortcoai
ings that may appear.
Health la excellent, In fact, there is
no bettor place for the siek to go to, to
regain lost health, as wo hare ao
Abundance of pure air and water and
two of tho very beet M. D'e. almost
within a stone's throw of each other.
Sunday School at this place, under
the leadership of J, M. Horton, is al
ways in a flourishing condition, and 6ft
for preaching, the past/ir, He v. O. L.
Mm tin has a fame that roaches, far
beyond the borders of the county. Ho
is too well known to need any com
Thoge sweet college girls hove all
returned to their respective schools and
have left an aching void in tho hearts
of some of our boy?.
Our formen? nu* ?tili holding on to
their cotton waiting for a better price,
and the longer they hold tho tighter
grows their grasp upon it. They seem
to bo solid m then determination to
fight tin' hear anil v. in all or lose all,
for they hay they will hold on to what
they now have until it rots mi their
hands before they will lako the present
Everybody is going to plant less cot
ton this year and use !? -s conr.neicial
fertilizer. Some me talking ol organ
izing a club to purchase the d tin.* ten I
mateiials that go to make up a Jii/ii
giadu fertilizer and doing ineir own
mixing. Tina will bo tried mostly mm
an experiment, hut it found paying
will be gone into on a broad scale by
another year. There seems to he a
spirit of independence getting hold of
un- farmers, und at lust they me be
ginning to seo the breaking of the
dawn, and before many years more
tlioy will open the eye? of the rest of
Tho school at this place, under Prof.
Wright and his able usMstants, is*do
ing a work which cannot be equaled m
some of the larger towns in South
Carolina. The enrollment now shows
the names of near 175, and new pupils
come in almost daily.
T. T. Wukelield is away froun home
now most of his time ofguuizitig the
farmers into clubs. Thenn clubs are
subject to the county organization.
L. li. Thompson, nme.li to the regret
of Iiis many tiiends and customers, is
closing out his stock of goods at this
place, propaiatory to giving bis farm
more of Ins attention.
Mrs. A. J. Smith is Buffering vith
tho grip. Her many friends wish her
a speedy recovery.
Will lien on, who hau been clerking
fol'iithm in Andcinou, liabfeivcu up
his job and returned home.
Now that the new yeur is well under
way let those of us who made new ies
olutions strive with all our might to
keep our page clean aud free from
stain, Let us watch our own lives
more and tut fli much the li vt s of our
tellowuieu, and at the end of HMj."> our
new leaf that was turned over at the
beginning will not bo so badly soiled
Jay Kay, who has spent some two or
three years in Texas, is back on a vi*it
to Ids many friends aud relatives, lie
is so well pleased with the "Lone
Star State" that he will return in a few
The pal i ons of Melton school have
Bocured the services ot Profs. B?hm,
of Nor?:' Carolina, for present session
of that school. He is a first - class
teacher and is giving universal satis
We understand thnt Prof. Goodlet
has throwu up his job at tbe Denver
High School and lias returned to his
home in Greenville. He is succeeded
by Prof. Tucker, who has taught sev
eral schools in this and other counties.
Ho is a graduate of the Uitadel.
Deputy Sheriff Scott captured Dan
Hill, tbe negro desperado and thief,
who has been giving so iuncb trouble
in the upper part of the county, last
Saturday morning. He is charged
with breaking into the house of Henry
Timms, colored, and stealing about
8160.00, which had been subscribed by
members of Alt. Abio Baptist church
for repairing* their church. Luckily
he took only the church money, leaving
the old negro's money, which was iu
tho same trunk with it. The commun
ity feels relieved, as Hill was counted
a daugerous negro.
Wishing Tbe Intelligencer and its
many readers ail the success posaibie,
we are Idem.
Jan. 33. 1005.
There la a great deal of difference In ti e
isvi and quality of the different Pl w
y>coin on the market. Those inanuruo
tured by the Towers & Sullivan M fg. Co.
uro Buptrior to any others. Each Plow
la properly sei and perfeelty tempered
Only the very best quality steel goes luto'
the construction of these Piowh. The
Plows manutaofured by this company
are sold in this section exclusively by
Sullivan Hdw. Co.
tost Ker Double.
"I knew no one, lor fonr weeks, when
I wee cick with typhoid and kidney
trouble," writes Mis. Auuie "-.nter, of
Pitt?nurr,', Pa., "aud wher. I got bitter,
although I had one of tbe beet doctors I
could gat, I was bent donble, and had
to rest my hands on my knees vhta 1
walked. From this terrible aflllotlnn I
woa reseusd by Electric Bitten, which
restored my health and atreugth. and
now I can walk aa straight as evor. They
are simply wonderfnl." Guaranteed to
oure stomach, liver and ktdney dis
orders; at Orr, Gray & Co's. Drug Store;
If yon contemplate buying a Ht ovo yon
rbould look Into tbe merits of tboao oar
i.ad by Bull Ivan Hardware Co. They
mua', have good linea and right prices or
they could not have sold the great nom
b<v. that ibey have this season. They
have Juat received their alxtb full ear
load of stoves tbta season.
Is Bed Four Week? With La Grippe.
We bave received tbe following letter
from Mr. Boy Kemp, of Angola, Ind.
'I waa in bed fonr wteks wirb la grippe
und I tried many remedies and npent
x>c?lderable for treatment with phyal
alans, but I received no relief until I
tried Folay'a Honey and Tar. Two
imall bottles of thl* tued'emo' cored me
rod I now une It exotustv?ly in my fam
ily." Pole;'a Honey and Tar b*a long
been a bonsehold favorite for ell throat
rod long trouble?. Befu?e substitutes.
3old by Evans Pharmacy.
Forced to Starve.
B. P. Leek, of Concord, Kv., saytfc
'For 90 years 1 Buffered agonies, ?hb
s acre on mv upper ftp, ao painful, some
times, tbat ? conid not eat. After vainly
-? )g everything else, I onred It, with
tton's Arnica Salve." It'a great for
bu. .un, enta and wounds, at Orr, Gray
* Co**. Drug Store; Only 25c.
Paeomonla afld La Grippe.
If you but knew the splendid merit of
Folay'a Hooey and Tar yon would never
be without it. A dose or two win pro
vent an attack of pneumonia or 1? grippes
It may save your life. Tbe prevention
Df consumption la entirely a question of
som meeting tbe proper treatment in
time. Nothing is bo well adapted to
ward off fatal lung troubles aa Foley'a
Honey and Tar. Bold by Evans Phar
OoleGnaro Distributors, sold by Sul
livan Hdw. Co., are the beat Implomectn
of tbe kind manufactured. Ir you will
oompsrd tnero with others you can lead
Uy aeo the difference.
J. D. and J. A. Rlobardson hare open
?d a coal and wood yard at the Blue
Ridge Railroad Yard, near the Union
Depot, and solicit tba patr^nago of the
Sub?lc Phone No. 371. They want lo
uy 1,000 cords 01 wood. Address thetn
at Anderson, 8. O. 81?4
A Surprise Party.
A pleasant surprise party may bo
given to year etotnsob and liver, by
taking a cued lein? which will roliove
^flr pain and discomfort, vU: Dr.
Klrm's New Ufa Pill*. Tboy are a most
wonderful remedy, affording ?uro relief
and cure, for headache, diazlnose and
onnsli nation. 3ft; at Orr, Gray A Go's.
Wlion vou'vo got a bad cough Jnst
my "M?HHAY8." If a druirgixt gives
Jon anything but Murrey's Horebound,
fulleiu and Tar you're not gcttinu the
l**rt and surest cough remedy. Xako
him give you Murray's. Acts quicker
Htui yim get a ??o. hwm Itnltle lur Ufte
Kvory druggist !l !t
Notice Is hereby given thut the hea'th
of the |**ople <?f thto county la in lui
iniii<'iit danger and in tint bo twkon care
<>f. It hm been decldtd thatevory pre
caution lei Uilten to (?r?-\'oiit prolonged
< ? ?.* nf pneumonia, grippe, ste. 'i ho
'.>o?t thing to do is to |(lvc a g md cough
mix to re a^ noou as th?? nnmrli mmt'm,
<;< t m ii:i:a V s HORKllOlTNi), Mi:i.
I,KIN AMi TaI?. (July 2-> . a bottle
At all il rn,-t.*.
The Diamond Cure.
The i>.t?>?-i news from Parla If, tliHt
they have dis"overod a dlmnond cure for
coi.stitnption. If you fear consumption
or pneumonia, it will, however, behest
I .r you to a'<o that irroit reinedv men
tioned bv W. T. M dice, of Vau leer,
T un. "'1 had a ?.?tuf >i for fourteen
yeara. Nothing hoi pod nie, until! took
Dr. King's New Discovery forUonnuaop*
ii u. Coughs and Colds, which gave in
HtMiit relief, and efljpctcd a permanent
unie." Unf (jiialled qnU*k cure, for
Throat at d Lung Troubles. At Orr.
<ira7 A' Co'h Drug **torr; price 603 and
$1.00,' guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
"Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot
And Never Brought to Mind."
When you need anything usuallv kept
in Drugstores don't forget that Wllbite
A Wllhite are gonorallv opon from 10 a.
rn. to 5 p. in. Lucas Patntv, aa good as
the best and aa cuuap as tbj cheapest, al
way h on hand.
Fatal kidney and bladder trouble* can
always be prevented by the une of Foloy's
Kiduey Cure. Wold by Evans Pbar
Tbo many friends of G. II. Ilenw??,
Engineer, h, E it W. It. R , at present
living in Lima, O., will be pleaaed to
know of his recovery from threatened
kiduey disease. He says. 1 T w** nnrnH
tiv using F >lo>'s Kidney Cure, which I
rspoinuiHiid to all, fe?paci?lly trainmen
a hp ate u.nuaii> nimiiatly lillliottd."
Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
Cured Fifty Headaohts
In one day while distributing f>oe sam
ples or Ncrva'gino, and will cure live
bund ruf] if I can find that r.,any suffer
ers. You run no rink, for it is harmless,
and it d >es the work in five to ton min
utes. Four do os 10c. Hold by all drug
There Is not aa ache or pain that can
e reuohed externally that cannot be
"Killed" in a few minutes by the use of
Elliott's Emulsified Oil Liniment. Rnb
it on the affected part and tho pain will
won dlrfapptar. Full 1 2 pint bottle, UG
C^nt?. Evans Pharmacy.
Many children are poisoned and made
nervous and weak, if not killed outright,
by mothcra giving tht-m cough syrups
onniaiulni; opiates. Foley's Honey and
Tar Is a s>.t9 and certain remedy for
coughs, croup and lung troubles, snd is
the only prominent cough mediclue that
ooutalns no opiates oi othor poisons.
Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
Straight Fact p.
A wholo lot of fancy phrases oan be
written about remedies, but It takes
facts to prove anything?good straight
facts. And the strongest faot yon ever
h?ard la that Taunopilino is the best
cure for piles on the market. It ourea
absolutely. Has a beallug, soothing
effect from the start.. All druggists have
it for $1.00 a fur. ?sk for Tannopilino
and dont dare take a substitute.
AN DE UK SOX" S OPTICIAN.
Dr. H. D Reese has Opened Iiis
Optioal Parlor Over Atkinson's
The people la and around Anderson
have long felt the need of an exclusive,
up-to-date optician who will be per
manently located among them. I)-.
Reese, being aware of this fact,, has open
ed his office over Atkinson's Drug Store,
corner of Depot and Main streets, and
will her oaf tor have his permanent othoo
with us hers Id Anderson. Those who
have and are now having trou bio with
tbetr eyea, can at any time find his office
open, and a welcome if they should de
alre to consult} htm. Dr. Reese Is well
known among us, ami, has many pa
tients in and around Anderson that will
testify to his ability to correct the moat
obstinate case of refraction of the eyes.
He comes among ns endorsed by the
leading professions, has all tho leading
methods of examination, and it is worth
your time to visit his o?ioo and Und out
the true condition of your eye a by the
most improved system for refracting the
eye in the South. Dr. Reese is a member
of the Optical Association of South Caro
lina and has bis dlploiva from a recog
nized college of option. _ _
MONEY TO LOAN for homo clients
on easy terms.
Simpson A Hood, Attorneys.
. . .! .I oi
. MOST PILLS
make one sick for at least a day
before they make one better.
A cousin of "Seven Barks," pro
duce the good results so gently you
scarcely know what did lb /They
are very small and palatable. They
never distress; or gripe.
Alt ni ??? Pills *? es xfleut tor
4*100? r 1US sudden colds, sick
CteadAcbes and fevars.
per/rent a span of sickness.
Gfebe Pffla, ??^e^g
breatMnrr, palpltatioa or nervosa
dobe Pitla. cSSp^,^
raove bad lasts l? mouth Of paJa y
tress or drowsiness after eating.
less. Tbey are mild but thorough.
Price 23 Cents Per Box
Wtb a supply of Qlobo ?II? ami . .
?Soven Barks" :.o person need
fear discomfort, pain cr skkaesa. .
11 H aa^a^BI
HAVE YOUR HOME GROWN CABBAGE
Cabbage Fiants?All Varieties,
PRICES?1,000 at 91.50; 5,000 at $1.25 par 1,000; 10,000 at 91.00
per 1,000. Shipped C. O. D. if desired. Plant* #?rive at yogs ?zpresa
Office in good condition.
WBITK FOR MBBOHA NTS' PRI?BS*
Cabbage, Beans, Sweet Potatoes and Turnips In season.
Orders for shipment of Tomato Plants, Sea Island Cotton 8ced and
Sweet Potato Draw* should be booked in advance.
JAS. BAY GERATY, Enterprise, 8. C.
Express Office, Young's Island, 8. C.
- January ~
Every picco of Winter Goods marked way down.
If you want it for less, it's certainly worth your while to
Whenever in Town don't fail to visit our Store.
We are always in a position to serve you with the Goods,
Moore, Acker & Go.
As a Special
To make room for my Spring shipments, I will
oiTd* during the next sixty dayB some startling bar
gains in? ?
&c. &c. v
Have just reduced the above named articles 33 1*3
Hats that were 81000...'..now 86.65.
Hats that were 8.00.now 5.35.
Hais that were 5.00.now 3,35.
Hats that were 4 00.now 2/65. $
Hats that were 3.50.now 2.35. x
Hats that were 300.now 2.00.
tt . ...._ r? En 1_ t I7K
xaa&s mai wer? ...um.uun *.?<s.
Hats that were 2.00. i...now 1.85.
Hats that wtre 1.60...... .now 1.00.
. Hats that ware 1.00.now 65c
Hats that were 75c.now 50c
This sale begins January 15th, 1905.
The loss is mine?-he gain is yours.. Don't fail
to dress your head up at si??Ji a small cost.
MRS. F. ? BLACK.
^ i4h iffti 4b A ?&t lit? A rth An.Ah. ??i? A A rfK ^ irfh
CET THE HABIT !
To Buy Your Shoes
-? AT ?
THE BOSTON SHOE STORE
nave the strongest line of Boys* and Children's Shoes
4 that ever came to Andereon,
Yon find the best Plow Shoe to the very ?nes; Dress Shoe.
We sell only Shoes which we can guarantee.
Why aLuuld yon boy otboss when you can get ?x> VERY
BE8? \?ear at &e very least inoo^.
Do not buy befbse you hove seen om Shees. ,
Bay your Shoes m a Shoe Stom You gat the rigfct fit. L
If you have corns or buokms we can snaps yottr S?oes so f
that you will be relieved of p??n.
We have a Shoe for Sunday. V.v-^^ : :fff. ?
We bave a pah* for Monday for work.
Surely we have a pate to pter t&foM.
Next to the Farmers i>nd L?orchanta Bauk.
'V ^ ^y*-1^ ^*vi^*y^^'*^^'^'*y1<'
We have pulled off our Coats,
And Rolled up our Sleeves,
Than we have evor Enjoyed.
We did a whole lot more business last year than ever in
our history, yet we were not satisfied. Could have done*
more with the same expense.
By keeping just what the people want of, latest styles'
up-to-date stuff, full value for their money, in every transac
tion high appreciation of your business? wo expect to roll up
a great business this year. As we live vre expect to grow* ?
We are showing more?
Than we have ever done at this season of the ye ar.
New White Goods, Laces and Embroideries.
New Silks for Shirt Waist Suits, at 38c to $1.00 per yd.
New Black Dress Goods.
New lot of Mohair Dress Goods?browns, tans and mis*
tures?from 50c to $1.50 per yard. Mohairs are the leading
dress fad of the season.
If yen, arc net already denliug with us make up your
mind to do so this year.
If the men-folks and boys need fitting up, we have, the
Suits and Shoes that will suit them.
We want every cent of business that you can give us.
We are in earnest about what we are doing.
For Men, Women and Children*
Wish to thank one and all for their
kind patronage for the year 1904, and
to ask for a continuance of same du
ring the year 1905. - - - - - - -
We are going to give *you Speeial^Batgaina for January.
We will sell the following Goods at'COSTf :
200 Jaekete. the latest styles, all to goat cost.
100 Capes, the latest styles, all to go at cost. */; ;
$2000 worth of Wool Dress Goods, to be closed put at coat,
ifs^jjfc4o*enjfcen'a Heavy Keeoe*lined iJndervest? to go at cost*
50 doeen Childran/s XTnderyfDts and Union ?uits at coat.
All our FaseiiuUof^KuU Shawls, fchiidi-ei^s Knit Sacques asd Cap? t<|
bo closed oat at cost.
Every place of Bed Wool Flannel in the house at cost.
Ladies' All Wool Waista at cost.
AH our Men's, Women's *nd Children's Heavy and Medium weighl
Shoes at cost M
^I'AU Men's Heavy Weight Clothing at cost.
The reasoa we areliavlng this eal? 3s ^ make room for goring Gofitls,
'.. ' '.* ', ' ,"
which wiU eoon commence ar^vlnj; d?t?i.
' Ycuf? truly,