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Indianapolis Republican Convention (Newspaper) - August 9, 1882, Indianapolis, Indiana The Anderson my Ltd i flu Bay my a Kike a gust 11, a a is Adams Block up Taira. North of the Honare. Friday morning aug. 11, 1882. Township . I Lafayette Towi Uthup. The republicans of Lafayette township Are hereby notified to meet in convention at Keller s school House on saturday auf nist 19, for the purpose of co sink Dele trates to the county convention to be held at Anderson on saturday be tember 2d, 1882. We. Wilson Joe ii d. Stark committee. Local 17o,e r a 13c, lard 14c, shoulders 12c, hams 14c, sides 14c, potatoes 30c, apples 75c, wheat $1, Corn 70c, Oats 35c, flax seed �1. Base fam of base Ball played yesterday Between the reviews of this City and the clippers of Muncie was witness by quite a crowd of spectators. Shortly after 3 o clock the game was called and from the be Tonnini the clippers were in the Lead. Eight in Nin trs were played at the close of which the score stood 13 to 3 in favor of the clippers. Milk fever in or three weeks since Amos Garrettson of fall Creek township lost by the above disease a very valuable Jersey cow. Several deaths of cattle from the same disease Are reported in fall Creek township. Or. Garrettson s theory is that the disease is Anglo Groub to puerperal fever in the human. It occurs generally within 48 hours after the birth of the calf and continues two or Thiee Days terminating fatally. Old settlers meeting a the old settlers of Marion Hancock Madison and Hamilton counties will hold their 14th annual reunion at Oakland ind., saturday aug ust 19,1882. This is one of the oldest and Best organized old settlers meetings in the state and grows larger and More Pular every year. It is an incorporated body with a Large membership which we desire to largely increase this year and we Call Iran All old settlers in the jurisdiction to join. Special invitation is extended to All old settlers to attend this meeting and to bring such old time costumes relics and implements As will be of interest to the meeting and serve to show the contrast Between the present time and the Early settling of the county. Every Effort is Bein used to make this meeting pleasant and interesting. George w. Stanley of Oakland is the Secretary. By siness . H. Seward is placing Down a Cement pavement in front of his grocery. Or. Carter has removed his office to the room Over Woermer s tailor shop on the West Side of the Square. Charlie Hixson has moved into judge Lake s party on North Jackson Street. George s. Fisher of the firm of Jones Fisher amp co., has located in the City and assumed the business management of the hoop factors. The business of this firm is continually on the increase their facilities being taxed to their full capacity to meet the demand for their products. Henry Kessler is manufacturing doors and windows for Boa Worth Brothers. B. L. Bing the one Price Clothier was in Cincinnati this week selecting a Large Stock of goods for the fall Trade. The Excelsior insurance company has removed its office to More commodious quarters on the East Side of the Square. A. W. Thomas invites attention to his Stock of boots and shoes in this impression of the Herald. Ashton s ghost show which completely upset George Elliott and Sam Rodman with bewilderment last Spring is again in our City. It will exhibit in needy s Block. A Muncie times. A residents of Alexandria were thrown into a state of intense sorrow on the morning of August i Over the announcement that James m. Shannon of Greensburg Decatur county Lead been found dead in bed at the commercial hotel. He is supposed to have died of inf location caused by lying on Las Finice while in an epileptic lit. Or. Shannon Hud been a resident of Alexandria for some time and during his stay had made Many friends. He was a graduate from Hanover College and was noted for his morality and Sui rior intellect. The i eople of Alexandria do tenderly condole with the family of our deceased Friend in their hour of trial and affliction. In addition to the alive furnished by mrs. C. H. Gipe we have Learned the following additional particulars in regard to yet eng Shannon he was about Twenty five years of age. His father owns a Large body of timbered land near Alexandria. For a few months past the Young Man bad been looking after the property and buying and Selling Timber and Lum Lier. Lie a 4 about his Ordinary duties on the Day preceding his death and retired at night in his usual health. Not arising for breakfast the next morning an examination of his right of discovered him dead and that life had l Een extinct for several hours. Coroner Ryan rendered a verdict in accordance with the facts. Sick and Accident list. Mrs. Stephen Markt has been complaining the past week. Miss Violette Swearinger who was on monday taken with a severe attack of Haemorrhage of the lungs is now considerably l Etter. Tom Smith after a two week s attack of dysentery is now convalescent. Mayor Dunham s rheumatism apis ears to be getting the under hold of him in As much As it is about to get him Down. The mule team used to haul the St it Jue from the Railroad for theol hot House created a Ripple of excitement last Friday by running away. Aside from breaking the Wagon slightly no damage resulted. On tuesday last dra Chittenden and Jones perform Eil a critical operation on the person of August Pequinot for strangulated femoral hernia. The patient is doing Well. Mrs. H. M. Keltner for several weeks dangerously ill is now recovering and her pump motive restoration to health is cause for rejoicing among her friends. Mrs. John White of Jersey who is spending the summer with the family of tue Hen Metcalf is quite ill this week. A. H. Jefferson has been quite sick the past week asthma being the complaint. Mrs. Nathan Armstrong has been of hinted with congestion of the stomach for the last few Days but is now considerably emitter. Gi.13aning8 from the Home . City Eccli Lipi. A will Atherton of Evansville was in the City this week. A or. Jud Swallow of Summitville was in the City last tuesday. A George Robison Deputy marshal of Muncie was in the City yesterday. A mrs. John Baker and children Are visiting relatives at Charleston ill a miss Etta Irick of Indianapolis is visiting at James Kenroy s in this City. A or. R m Atherton returned wednesday from a four week s visit in Illinois. A mrs. John Hoover is on a four weeks visit with her sister near Michigan City. A mrs. Henry Crider and children returned from their Ohio visit last Friday. A or. D. M. Rider returned from an extended trip through the East last Friday. A mrs. Kate Patterson of Muncie is visiting in the City the guest of mrs. Or. Heed. A Elmer May returned from his Eastern trip last monday much improved in health. A miss Esteli Clark left tuesday for a two weeks visit with relatives at Pendleton. Miss Ella Wright of it. Wayne is spending the week with the family of judge West. A or. A. H. Rockafellar and wife of Brookville ind., Are visiting at James Mckeown s. A Are. B. B. Campbell and children Are spending the week with relatives at Perkinsville. A James Hurt of Cincinnati was in the City this week visiting his brother Quot Dick Quot Hurt. A there were seven tickets sold at this lace for the Niagara excursion which Eft wednesday. A a. S. Moses of this City attended u. S. Photographer s convention at Indianapolis this week. A miss Georgia Martindale and mrs. Joseph Robinson Are visiting at new Castle this week. A George Bruner and miss Annie Wilson of Wabash spent sunday with friends in this City. A major c. B. Cooper attended the National reunion of soldiers held at Camden Ohio last thursday. A a. E. Brown and wife of Alexandria were visiting their parents or. And mrs. H. J. Brown Over sunday. A James Mckeown was in attendance at the u. S. Photographers convention at Indianapolis this week. A. F. Shirk of the new Castle courier and wife Are visiting their brother. Will shirk this week. A miss Effie Daniels who for the last two weeks has been visiting friends at Goshen returned Home to Day. A. L. Forkner and h. C. Ryan together with their families win go to Turkey Lake next week to fish. A or. And mrs James Terry of Dayton Ohio and mrs. Barger of a Jonesville Are visiting at Charlie Hixson s. A miss Carrie Brown who was visiting in the City a few Days last week has returned to her Home at Akron Ohio. A miss Alma Pattison of Indianapolis and miss Ida Johns of Terre haute Are visiting miss Mattie Dot Rixey this week. A James Davis was this week adjudged insane and on yesterday taken to the Asylum for the insane at Indianapolis. A a select dancing party of Young folks was held at the residence of or. G. F. Chittenden on last monday evening. Pm. A. Bosworth and wife and mrs. J. R. Illsley left on the St Paul excursion wednesday for a trip through the Northwest. A Quot Billy Quot Mcmullen left wednesday morning for Columbus Ohio where he expects to enter the service of the express companies. A mrs. John Besom after an extended visit with relatives at try a Ohio returned on wednesday evening accompanied by her sister in Law. In the absence of or. A a. Kittin Ger Alto was at Indianapolis the greater part of the week a. T. Harrison a Ler formed the duties of prosecuting attorney. A mis. Judge Lake and daughter Carrie return Eil from their Eastern visit yesterday evening. They were accompanied by or. And mrs. Charles Bourne of Boston. A the City Council failed to meet of last tuesday night As adjourned there not being a quorum present. Another meeting has been called for next monday evening. A mrs. W. H. Wright of Indianapolis was visiting the family of Joseph Cain a few Days this week. She is now on an extended visit among friends in the Eastern cities. To. S. Brown of Greene township lost his House by fire on the 25th ult. A part of the contents was saved. His loss was about five Hundred dollars with a Small insurance. A on monday evening a three Vear old son of Frank Ethell strayed from his parents and for a time caused them Ctm Sider Able anxiety. The Little fellow was finally captured on South Jockson Street and taken Home. Or. W. A. Atherton who has been manager of the Grain Exchange leaves to Day for Jackson Michigan to accept a similar in Witton in that City. During Liis stay in Titis City or. Attherton has made Many friends who will regret his departure. Evansville courier 8th inst. All. Ovah the t Oit nov. . Jacob Miller of Middletown is visiting his daughter. Joe Hurst of Cicero is visiting his old stamping ground. Or. J. D. Elbert will move to Kokomo in september next. Rol Ert Layne is making new improvement to his dwelling property. The infant child of c. C. Newman was buried last wednesday in the Frankton cemetery. Miss Ella Powell of Newcastle who has been visiting at mrs. Taylor a returned Home last tuesday. John Dehority Hui a Eluted clerking in Quick Bro h store and is now travelling for a wholesale clothing House. On sunday the family of w. A. Wright were treated to a big Surprise More than a Hundred to were present. Our Mist master has now completed the new letter boxes and tie improvement is appreciated by the Patrum of the office. Inor Hui. Enos Mit Etarl is kicking on Myers. I fuck Kirk amp co. Are turning out some Fine titling. Jig thing killed a calf for Samuel Stephens valued at 815. T Here was a Pic Nic and dance at Hilli Goss s Grove last saturday. Mrs. Jeff. Raines who has been quite sick for some time past is now convalescing. Mrs. John Hilligoss of Anderson spent sunday with mrs. Thomas of Florida. Misses Fannie id Isa Scott of Florida spent sunday with misses Etta Whitin Ger and Carrie Stephens of Anderson. Kilt hand. More rain More rest. Philip May is Home from the Danville Normal. Fred stuck moved this week to Anderson township. James Holston leaves next week for a sojourn in Illinois. J. M Blacklidge attended the state convention at Indianapolis. Mrs. Amanda Smith Nee Forkner of Salina kas., is among friends in Richland. Or. Fredrick Jackson of Wabasha minn., is visiting her Cousin Samuel Hannah. Or. De. Johnson of Millington Iii spent last sunday with his cousins messes. Misner and Hannah. A horse belonging to John Johnson was taken from his father s barn on last Friday night. No Clew to either horse or Man As yet. Or. A. M. Peck and wife who went to Kansas last Spring have returned to Ever remain in old Madison. In writing Back to some of the boys Alex run off in this Wise Quot Tood Hye Khi Ikon i Jii it i you a it Liea i my Umit Riiff to he hut Novor Brick to . Mrs. George w. Fear has typhoid fever. Or. Judd Swallow spent several Days the past week in Richmond. Work has been begun on the numerous free turnpikes in this Vicinity Frank Lepert and family of Mobile ala., Are visiting or. Lepert s Parent s Hera messes. We. Vinson Geo a Moore and Henry Dobson Are at traverse City Mich or Davis the Bee line agent at York town spent sunday in town with his father. George Vinson jr., wins taken from mud Creek on sunday to prevent drowning. He was bathing. Daisy a Little daughter of Job Deans had two i pliers severed from her hand on sunday by a playmate. A. S. Dobson and Emery Swindell left with their families for traverse City Mich on monday they will make their Homes at that place in the future. De. Fulton who has been spending several weeks in St. Louis and the far West returned on them his and is again behind the counter at ii Ltd it a is store. Samuel Wrig lit of this place and Henry Trout of new Corner. I Avo rented w. A. Howard a co a housing Niillo which they will put in Good repair and run the coming year. Or. S. Of Brunt whose health has been failing for some time left for the Northern lakes on wednesday morning. It is hoped that he will return in a Short time in Good health. The doctor is one of our Best citizens and his ill health is regretted by All. . Carl Brokenburgh purchased a Fine buggy saturday. A Small child of Lucy Makepeace s was quite sick Tum Lay. George Cox of Middletown spent sunday among friends at this place. Or. Henry of Chicago Iii., is visiting or c. L. Armington of this place. Mrs. Stineman and daughter Sallie Are visiting mrs. Stineman of Cincinnati this week. It is reported that a certain Young lady Here is accused of treating her father in the most cruel manner. A few weeks since John Thompson killed the largest Snake of the season. It of Laured nearly seven feet in length. The health of this locality is parti Clary Good. There has been but one death at the county infirmary the past six months. Our worthy Friend James Moffett of Anderson was Here wednesday Selling fancy goods and by the Way Jim is a Good talker too. There is a Bright smile t earning across the countenance of our Friend Coke Scott As he tells of the Tretty baby girl which arrived monday evening at his House. Last wednesday Foren Mui our Little Village was the in into intense excitement Over the disc i it a Ranutt of a Small child of willium c. Scott s it was found at the residence of David Simes. The correspondent of the e1w�k��1 review from Anderson went out of his Way last week to censure Chesterfield upon the of spiritualism and attacked our Dick Tor in an a gentlemanly manner. Or. Orebi it on deut should not be too i it St dial. To convert their new elevator at Lapel into a first class grist Mill Jim Mccarty has returned from a Hying trip to the Acton Camp meeting. Jim was not converted while there. Mrs. Geo. W. Miller who has been rust Cating at the Rural City of Nobles Ville has returned to her disconsolate lord. The Young Man Reid who now languishing in jail for horse stealing has been living for the past month in Fishers Burg Andt Fortico to tire. of the seventh monthly meet Ink of the mad Mon county garment club my he re a cultural Kooley. The Here nth monthly meeting of the m8di0obcounty Farmers a Itab and horticulture society wok held the 2d inst at the residence Al Edw Viivi Roberts in Faux in Elk township. The it meeting in Point of a Timber and general enjoyment of to lose in attendance was the Best and most profitable yet held. Near one Hundred persons were present. The dinner was spread on Long tables arranged on Alia if a an a in any a a a a Veo . J. W. Milburn has returned from a Protrice title visit to Wabash county. The heavy Rains fair the past week have retarded threshing but the Corn is booming a an interesting ten year old daughter of Henry Anderson died of filix of the 2d inst George gee of Anderson will move Back to his farm near Here in the near future. The Hay crop was so Large in this Vicinity that the Farini a could not Harvest All of it i Hackberry Ami hopi is in full blast and a Large crop of tiie luscious fruit is it eing gathered in. Mrs. Hilligoss has returned from her visit to Terre haute she was Well please with it. Charles Fisher s House which was struck by lightning several nights ago hits let Een repair etl. After a rest of u Mouth the Sun infill of worn Ward Brothers at Lapel has again Resonie Ltd operations. Great preparation is living Neaile for the sunday Oon vestion to Ltd be held Here on that Tith and 13th inst. And now James Ford amp co. Are going wart question at least. Flux amongst children is prevailing to an alarming extent Here and or. Hil drip is kept pretty Busy issuing out Quot Little pills Quot As those who Are sceptical on tiie subject of homeopathy cull them. The to Maion Council. The City Council convened in regular session of last monday evening there being All the councilmen present and mayor Dunham in the chair. The petition of a. A Forrey asking that he be granted a permit to place his slow Case on the outer Edge of the Side walk was received and placed on file. The committee on Public improvements verbally reported having examined the Graveling of Hamilton Street and that they Lead found it according to contract. Objection was made to a verbal report a lieu the committee prepared a written report. Notwithstanding the fact that part of the committee had not examined the work and that or Itu Asell claims he was mistaken in the Width of his Board and Only placed on 5 inches of gravel instead of it there seemed to be a determination on the part of some of the members to receive the work and allow the claim in full or Mershon again threatened to retire from the Council thus robbing the City legislature of one of its brightest and most useful members. The Engineer was finally instructed to make a report of the amount of gravel on the Street and re Piort on tuesday evening at which time a special meeting will be held to dispose of the Hamilton Street improvement. The City Engineer re sorted that he had examined the plat of the City and also tie county records with a View of finding a Street Between Lane and canal on the line of Brown and that he had been unable to find such Street. The report was Rece veil and placed on file. The special committee appointed to examine the excavations and fills made of Fletcher Street were unable to Reim it owing to the absence of important witnesses and were granted further time. A Cullen s Resolution that the vote taken of the commissioners report of Noble Street be reconsidered was carried. The object in this is to Amend All action heretofore taken on the Noble Street improvement tiie residents of Dogwood having determined upon a More advantageous outlet. The following Resolution was then introduced and Carrieri Resol de that the Board of Public improvements Are hereby ordered to take into consideration the practicability of running a Street 44 feet wide beginning at Ohio Avenue and running South Between the lands of Silas and Samuel Highel and through the land of Ellen Martin to tie Anderson Lebanon and St. Louis Railroad Clience East Al out one Hundred and thirty feet thence South to the corporation line. Taylor s Resolution that the City Engineer be instructed to it i procure a Bujok in which to record profiles surveys and retort is was refer etl to a select committee consisting of Mershon Suman and Orr. A Resolution was offered by Suman changing the order of business known As Quot unfinished business Quot to the first Call after opening and curried. The salary of the Secretary of the Board of health was on Resolution of Taylor fixed at $25 per year and to be paid quarterly. The following Resolution was then in Tom Lucid and carried resolved that the school trustees be allowed to draw from the school fund set apart for such purposes the sum of Isoo for services rendered during the year ending july 1st, 1882, Deputy Coburn called the attention of the Council to the condition of the pumps on the North Imd West Side of the Square and for the reason that they will be badly needed on the 17th, asked to let a instructed to have them repaired at the City s expense the Cost not being Over $8, this re it West was granted. Ordinance number 227, preventing the running at Large of geese or ducks within the City limits was read the third time. Placing it upon its final passage was the signal for an outburst of indignation on one Side while on the other the i perfect propriety of the ordinance was maintained. The a Mise was held lie fore the citizens of Anderson in every conceivable Light. Eulogies were pronounced and malediction uttered. Its Virtues were extolled and its faults pointed out. Finally the vote was taken Mershon Cullen and Cronin voting Quot no Quot and Orr Taylor and Sumon voting the mayor then gave the deciding voice in favor of the ordinance. Orr Movell that the City attorney together with the City clerk lie api minted a to raise funds to Defnie the City s expense in laying the Corner Stone which carried. The following claims were allow Tel Anderson Gas company.888.�5 l. True Blooml. Sims William Black or. 14.47 Daniel costello. <i.h8 . 3.75 m. Lyons. 1 1. 57 a. E. Ruskell. 12.50 Joseph Carr. 11.25 Quot the circular just issued by Secretary Folger with formal approval by the president and Cabinet plainly defines them to it Ilion of the re i publican ii dirty in respect to assess meets or contributions of of Licals and Emilio its. The Demi Mikatic journals have Sii own much eagerness to discuss this is Obj it Cut min the Assumption that the request made by Hub Liell was a Vii trial astute silent. There was i Kitling that could be construed As a threat in his Ciri Milar. But it was alleged that the established custom of the party made the Reid West in effect a demand so port he by tie certainty that persons drawing salary from the government if they refused to contribute to party expenses would Simin find themselves drawing sullies no longer a charge of this sort it was not easy to meet but it is idiot As fully and satisfactorily As Imis sible by the emphatic Ile Claro tons of be tintary Folger every person in govern Keiit employ he asserts might Fittl Uphou lately five to give or not to give us May seem in St to Hui or to her. Many persons that it was really a Harvest Home gathering at which friends and neighbors were enjoying a feast of the season after the heat and the toil of the Harvest was ended. After the dinner the regular business of the society received attention. Roll Call showed the following members of the society to be present j. L. Whippo and wife j. J. Blacklidge and wife h. J. Brown and wife d. K. Carver and wife a. L. Makepeace and wife Sam e. Hannah and wife Mcfarland Black and wife Chas. Child Sarah child s. To Bronnenberg and wife and a n. Mccormick and wife. The following new members were enrolled miss Alta Gillfillan Chas Swain and wife we. Catron and wife Dro a Brownback and wife Amos Garrettson and wife and or Silver and wife. County fair programme he Brown of the fair committee reported that the managers of the county fair had agreed to turn Over to this society the entire horticultural department and that certain committees of ladies and gentlemen should be appointed to receive and arrange articles for exhibition tiie fair company will also assign to the club one or More Halls As May be rep tired for their exhibit. On motion of or. Roberts the chair was instructed to appoint two committees of three each to serve it the county Fuir. The chair Compo Seil tie committees As follows on behalf of the ladies mrs. Mcfarland Black mrs a t. Bronnenberg and mrs. Edward Roberts on behalf of the men same Hannah Charles child and he Brown. These committees were authorized to obtain such additional help As they May need. The president read a letter from Sylvester Johnson of Irvington regretting his inability to be present on this occasion or Johnson is president of the state horticultural society. On motion of or. Roberts citizens t f the county not members of the society were invited to assist in the display to be made at the fair. Or. Furnas of Danville Hendricks county being present was invited to address the society. The doctor s Quot talk Quot was exceedingly practical and was for the most part confined t Quot the objects to be attained by a horticultural the organization and maintenance of such a society in any neighbourhood can not but be of the greatest Benefit. Among its blessings May be enumerated better health of the Community by greater attention to sanitary affairs improved met oils of farming better fruits greater varieties of food and More Beautiful Flowers. In addition to All this the influence of the society must be highly valued in lifting the social part of Rural life onto a higher plane and eliminating the element of Drudgery from farm labor and in making the Farmer s calling attractive to his sons and daughters. On the subject of fruit raising the speaker dwelt at length on the fearful destruction of Oral cards by the Winter of 1m80-1, and made some suggestions As to the Best selections to replace the dead Trees which now make so Many Orchards look like an Quot old among the varieties of apples which had proven to be exceptionally Hardy Are the Clayton Talman Sweet and the Lansingburgh. The doctor suggested the plan of raising Hardy stocks and grafting the Sweet and elegant varieties of fruit upon them. Every Farmer and Farmer s boy should be Early taught to both graft and Bud. On the subject of strawberries he deprecated the fall setting of plants As they Are liable to be lifted out by the Winter freezing set strawberries in March when the roots Are White. The first fifty Trees. Being asked to name fifty varieties of apples Best adapted to this climate which he would recommend to the Young Farmer just lie ginning an Orchard. Or. Furnas name Ltd the following in the order of their i Wiening and gave reasons for the Choice in almost every instance summer apples yellow june Early Harvest red Astrachan Benoni red Stripe Rock Hill summer que nearly red Margaret summer Rose Carolina june. Fall apples Maiden s Blush rambo fall i pippin Green Sweet autumn Sweet Bough. Winter apples Wagoner Ben Davis Claytpm Rome Beauty grime s Golden pippin wine said Golden Russett or a Ltd s nonpareil As a Sulioti Tutax prior s red Steele s red Winter. The of weaker said Anim this list the foundation could lie Laid for a valuable Orchard. He was particularly Earnest in recommending the Benoni for summer the rambo for fall Ben Davis and Clayton for Winter. Next meeting of a Moiety. Wednesday sept. J. The county fair grounds at Anderson was fixed As tie time of the next meeting of the society. It is exit acted on Liat of Casion that All the Meliers will lie present and a Large in Imler of visitors. Extra arrangements will be made for the oct asian and All who attend May be assured of an enjoyable time. Ult. Rosie huh farm. The hosts of the club on this Occi Union or. And mrs. Edward Roli erts reside of a farm of 112 acres of which h acres Are in Active cultivation and the remainder devote Al to wih mls iia Sture. They located on this farm in 185 having come from Richi Nond ind. The farm is mostly first and Sei Ond Bottom land Well watered and under the Wise tillage of its owner is very productive. The buildings consist of u two Story Eglit a atm Frame dwelling and a Large barn with All out houses Sheds etc., re it tired for either a it fort or in the management of household or farm affairs or and mrs. It Oberts Are friends and dispense a genuine Quaker hospitality us tiie Large company present at the meeting can cheerfully testify. Timy have no children of to Weir own Iii Mhz but Are raising three wards to Htun they ii thud True parental cure Liotti Are zealous Mem Iii of tie Chib and its present in opt it i Ous condition is largely due to to Weir . L. 131 is a the one Price Clothier congratulates the Farmers and a cd pie of Madison county upon the immense wheat crop that has just been harvested. The Large acreage and uncommon yield insures a Mullion dollars As the result. The one Price Clothier anticipating this and knowing that the people can now be Well dressed As Well As Well fed has selected and now has on hand the l r a e s to finest and Best selected Stock of Beeady made clothing Ever shown Here his Large rooms Are literally running Over with the wealth of Gools is the Farmers bams will soon be bursting with the Golden Grain. He is determined that his patrons shall receive full value for every Dollar expended at his store. He never allows his Stock to deplete but continually receives new and handsome goods. The Stock of men a boy Sand children s clothing is unsurpassed by any in this Section of the state and is of All grades and kinds to meet the demands and nurses of All. Here you can but the Nobby business suit the full and Semi dress suit or Strong durable clothing for the shop or the Field. He also shows a Fine line of skin to furnishing goods hats Caps and nov it tips in neckwear All goods marked in Plain figures and sold at one Price to All. It has often been a matter of wonder that he could sell goods so cheaply. It is however an open secret he manufactures his own goods. He Sells strictly for Cash. Has no bad debts to make up off of his paying customers and is economical in his expenditures. Remember the place, Public Square Anderson incl a. 13. 1.removed i take pleasure in announcing to my customers and the peo Jile generally that i have moved my Stock of i3i-Ygroocis to the East Side of the Square into the room vacated by Thomas Snow under Union Hall where you can find a full Stock of dry goods. Notions and fancy goods which Are All fresh in tip top order and of the latest styles my goods were All bought for Cash and will be sold at prices that cannot be excelled Call and examine my Stock before purchasing elsewhere and be convinced that you Are getting More goods better value for your Money than at any other House in the City. My Luotto is to sell a chips at Low i ices Small profits and Quick sales. No trouble to show a Ikuls. Onie and see me. F. I East is 1 to it a setup ii

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