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Aro osioiully /ogaroocliiro^wo^tfuid
lug tho good? that ?oil-that possoss tudfti
a factor in thiB storo's success. That tho
conclusively by tho buyers who raako this
Looking Where One Ugh
Is a proi ty K<)L j idea when it comos
which you trade should bo tho one that
risk In your buyiug boro-"Your money b
ity. Wo stand baok of ovory transaotlou
Glvo mo a onll, ov sond your ohihl 01
G. G. JAYNE!
itowl witt 1$lx$t?tM,
-Thoro aro 23 prisoners in jail.
-Hoad Mi*. V. L. Norman's now ad.
-Fe? SALK OH RUNT-A small farm
near Walhalla. Apply to Du. DAHIIY.
-Mr. M. Saul, tho olovor Hartwoll
(Ga.) merchant is in town to-day.
-Farm produoo for salo. Soo notico
in another column.
-Toll ovorybody to go to Oraig'B for
-Ho sure and read tho Cash Bargain
Storo's now ad.
-Tho municipal registration hooks aro
now opon. Seo notico of supervisor.
-If you want good shoos at a low prioo
go to Craig's.
-Tho taxes oollooted Monday and
Tuesday amounted to $110.07.
-Tho Walhalla Cotton Mill is behind
about ?100 bales on orders for cloth.
-Court couvones at Walhalla on tho
ilrst Monday In Novombor, Judgo Cary
-Moro clothing at tho Cash Bargain
Storo In which wo will givo you bettor
-M?BB iii,melie Wall, of Clayton, (?a.,
is visiting tho family of hor . aunt, Mrs.
E. A. Hell, this week.
-Hov. J, O. Sch aid loft Tuesday morn
ing for Prosperity whoro lo will attond
the Lutheran Synod.
-Wo aro making a run on shoes this
fall. It will pay you to soo thom.
L. C. Craig.
-J. P. Roberts, Esq., attornoy-at-law,
Hartwell, Ga., was in Walhalla on Mon
day on legal business.
-It doesn't matter how many or what
kind of shoes you want go to Craig's and
-At J. M. Wigington's gin you can
got tho finest sample, neatest bale and
host turnout of cotton. Try him.
-Mr. J. Nathan Watkins, of Pulaski
township, was thc first person to pay
taxes this year.
-Eighteen teacher's stood examination
last Friday-ten whites and eight nc
-Mr. J. I). Isholl brought a load of
turnips to town thia (Wednesday) morn
ing. Tho turnips averaged i> pounds
-Rotnombor wo will givo you bettor
bargains than you over had boforo in
shoes, bahs, notions and gents' furnishing
goods. Cash Bargain Store.
-Deputy Marshal W. H. P. Corbin and
posse destroyed an illicit distille* y in
Pickons county Monday night and ar
rested three mon.
-A pleasant surpriso party was on
joyed by a number of young people Tues
day night at tho homo of Major S. P.
-Groonvillo Times: ".I. P. Hutchin
son, a fireman on the cannon ball, has
' eon promoted to engineer on thc Ander
son division of the Southern railway."
-Uso only "Lakeside" hams. They
aro tho best. Don't fail to try'our half
patont Hom- at (4.00 per barrel.
J. Sc J. S. Carter, Westminster, S. C.
-Green ville Times: "Miss J ulla Bryan,
of Seneca, is visiting Mrs. A. S. Townes
at tho Collcgo for Women. Miss Bryan
was formorly a student at tho college."
- ('linton News: "Miss Hattie Norris,
of WestmiuBtor, has come to join tho
Mission Training Class. She is making
ber homo at tho Infirmary."
-Wo have received a largo lot of
crockory. Also china dinner sets. It.
will pay you to seo them before buying.
.1. & J. S. Cartor. Westminster, S. C.
-Mr. M. W. Coleman, of Seneca, ami
Henry Hoid, p. c., of tho samo place,
have boen drawn as petit jurors for tho
Novembor torin of the United States
court at Columbia.
-Seo J. & J. S. Cartor, Westminster,
before buying your buggies, wagons and
lap robos. They also carry a complete
line of buggy and wagon harness.
-Tho caso of tho Stato vs. John F.
Tatham and T. C. Hunsingor, assault,and
buttory with intent to kill, was tried in
Anderson last week. They wore found
guilty and sentenced to pay a fino of $:>0
each or sorvo on tho chaingang for :l()
days. Wo think tho fine was paid.
-Health for ton cents. Cascareis
make tho bowels and kidneys act natur
ally, destroy microbes, euro headache,
biliousness and constipation. All drug
-Mrs. 1). A. Allen and children spout
Tuesday and to-day visiting the family
of Mrs. E. A. Boll. Mrs. Allon is on her
way to tim homo of her father, Mr. W.
G. Russell, where she will spend several
weokB before returning to hor homo at
' Palm Beach, Florida.
-For sick headache, loss of appetite
and any disorder of tho liver, take one
of Lnnnoy's 8-hour liver pills at night
for a few nights and noto tho result.
25 cents at Lnnnoy's, Seneca.
-Married, October4, 1899, in Walhalla,
Mr. Jas. T. Robins and Miss Maggie
Smith, Kev. J. G. Sebald officiating. Tho
happy couple havo many friends in Wal
halla and throughout tho county who
join us in wishing them much success in
their new relations.
-Blborton ((ia.) Tribune: "Hev. Car
lyle Branyon bas accepted a call to serve
the Baptist church at Westminster, S. C.
l?o is a hard student, a fluent speaker
and brainy young minister, and has
many Georgia friends who woidd bo
glad to keoj) him this ?ido of the Savan
-Townville letter in Anderson Advo
cato: "Tho Baptists have called hov. D.
Weston I Mott tobo their pastor for ano
ther year, but ho has not indicated his
accoptanco. Mr. Hiott must bo in favor
with bis pooplo, tot bo bas had calls
from Seneca, Cross Roads and South
Union, in Oconoo, and Townville and
Pisgah, in Andorson, for noxt year."
-Tho old and weil known rcsidenco on
Main street, which formorly bolongod to
Mr. John Bromor, tho boot and NIIOO
makor, has passed into now hands, Dr.
W. T. Stoddard, bocoming tho purchaser.
Tho lot contains about a half aero and
brought $710. Wo aro glad tho good
Doctor ls going to becomo a permanent
Jixtnro in Walhalla.
lo our purohasos along suou. Unca. Koop
io.rltUu maki? thom raovo along llvoly~>-l8 |
prices swoop along onsy linea is proven |
sloro.tholr trading place.
to paying out your money. .The atoro at
returns you tho host va'uo. There's no
nek" if not a value aud tho proper qual
-wo guarantco ovory prlco.
I The Grocer.
-Qroonvillo Mouutaineor, Ootobor 18 :
"Tho hioyolo store and ropalr shop of T.
V. L. Fahnostook, Washington street,
war. badly damaged by Uro early Satur
day morning. Tho loss was covered by j
insurance. Tho flro was lu a most dan
gerous looallty, hay, coal, lumber, oils
and other malorial hoing storod all
around, and only prompt action by tho
flromon provoutod a disastrous flro."
Wo havo jviBt rocoivod a fino, new
stock of Imported DRUGS and
MEDICINES, which wo will bo
pleased to supply our customers
at LOWEST PRICES.
rc ES ivi I?: ivjr B BI rc,
OUR CHINA DEPARTMENT.
Tin and Agatowaro, Lamps and
Glassware always arriving.
Groceries, Fish and Sausage frosh
Gone to tho Gang.
Magistrate T. E. Stribliug sent Ed.
and Tom Gibson, colored, to tho ohain
gang last wook to sorvo '?0 days for dis
turbing roligious worship at a nogro
church near Old Piokons.
In Attendance Upon tho United Slates Court.
It. T. Jay nos, Esq., U. S. Commissioner
J. W. Sholor, Sherill W. W. Moss, and
U. S. Doputy Marshals W. B. F. Corbin
and J. Ti McKinnoy aro in Groenvillo
this week in attondanco upon tho Unltod
States District Court.
Tho Coll?n Markot.
Thc following aro tho Wednesday cot
ton quotations for tho Walhalla markot:
Middling, 7i; good middling, 7?; strict j
goori middling, 7 5/10. Sales, light.
Tho Seneca markot roport roads tho
same oxcopt 7? is hoing givon for striot
good middlii <r.
South Carolina Synod.
Tho South Carolina Syod of tho Pros
bytorian church will convono in annual
session in Newberry on noxt Tuesday,
October 24th. Tho Walhalla Presbyte
rian church will bo represented in ?aid
meeting by Elder J. W. Holleman, with
Eld or* Hobort A. Thompson as alternate.
Hov. H. Iv. Rogers, by virtuoof his oflioo,
will also bo present.
Rov. L. Carlylo Branyon.
Elberton Star: "It is reported that |
Kev. Carlylo Branyon has aecoptod a call
to tho pastorate to tho Walhalla, S. C.,
Baptist church. Mr Branyon will give
up teaching in tho Hartwell instituto
and devote his ontiro timo to tho minis;
try. Wo congratulate tho Baptists of tho
Walhalla church upon securing tho sor
vicoB of this able and thoroughly conse
crated young ministor."
Tho Clemson Team Wins.
Tho Clemson and Davidson foot ball
teams met on tho athletic grounds in
Bock Hill last Saturday. The result
was a victory for Clemson by a scoro of
10 to 0. Tho game was bard fought, but
Clemson seemed decidodly stronger in
muscle. No ono was painfully hurt.
The Clemson boys will play tho South
Carolina Collego team in Columbia dur
ing fair week. No doubt tho "farmers'
will "do 'em up."
Lieut. Jordan at Homo.
Lieut. L. W. Jordan, Jr., arrived at
Seneca on tho 15th instant to spend a two
nwmt.li'R furlough with bis homnfolks.
Ho is convalescing from a sovoro attack
of malarial fovor. He loft (Juba tho
middle of Soptcmbor and carno to New
York, where he spent ono month in tho
hospital at Kort Wadsworth, whore ho
received tho best of medical attention.
It is hoped that a rost of two months
will restore him to vigorous health. Ho
occupies tho responsible position of lat |
Lieutenant of tho First Infantry U. S. A.,
and will roturn to his command at tho
expiration of his furlough.
"Ho Happoncd lo Uo There."
Lynn Bucker, colored, a nativo of
Hartwell, Ga., was piimpod full of load
in Midway last Friday morning by Sing
Wright, colored. Wright was coming
up the street and happonod to soe
Bucker talking to bis girl, wboroupon
he began to shoot at Buokor, ono ball
taking offoot in both arms, ono in tho
left shoulder and one grazing tho back.
By this timo Buokor had about stopped
running and turned and throw Sing to
tho ground, took his pistol away from
him and gave him a slash or two with
a knife across tho nock. Buokor carno
up town with tho pistol, sworo out a
warrant for Wright and had tho bullets
extracted from his anatomy. Both tho
darkies are lining well and will ho ready
for trial in a few days.
To Stop Gambling In Walhalla.
Tho following ordinance to prohibit]
gambling in Walhalla was passed hy City
Council at their mooting on Wednesday,
October 1th :
An Ordinanco to Prohibit Gambling
Within tho Town of Walhalla.
Bo it ordained by tho Mayor and Alder
men of tho town of Walhalla, in council
assembled, and hy authority of tho samo:
That from and after tho passage of this
ordinance any person or persons who
shall keep, or permit to bo kopt on thoir
premises, any nlaco whoro gambling is
permitted or encouraged, nhall bo tried
hy tho Mayor, and upon conviction bo
punished by line of not less than $25.00,
or imprisonment, with or without hard
labor on tho street s, for not less than '?0 |
Done in council and ratified undor tho I
corporate seal of tho town of Walhalla |
on tho 4th day of Octobor, 1800.
F. S. HOI.I.KMAN, Mayor.
JAS. THOMPSON, dork and Treas.
Woo unto yo gamblers, card-sharps,
crap shooters! Bettor woro it for you
..ad yon nover boon born, or that shortly
after you woro your mamma had tiod a
dispensary llask around your neck,
drooped you into (/'ano crook and lot you
drown in U inches of muddy water.
Cotton to Go to Eight Cont?.
Ouo of tho han judges of tho ootton
market in Oooucjb. says that ho ih not
surprised at tho'roduotlon in tho prioo
of ootton; that ho oxpeoted it to como
thj-oo weoks ago. He also Bays that ho
believoB the markot will reaot and that
at lo it Ht eight couts will ho reached agaiu
iu a short time. He advises tito people
not to rush their cotton into the market,
but to hold it.
Now Road to Walhalla.
W. S. kong, Ordinary of Rabun county,
Ga., has given riotioo that, if no good
causo be shown to tho oontrary, an ordor
will ho granted on tho 13th day of 'No
vember, 1899, establishing a chango on
tho road loading from Clayton to Wal
halla, said oliMigo commencing nt, or
near, tho corner of 0. C. Lodford's feuoo,
iu Wnrwoman distriot, thence tho old
Smash wagon road, crossing tho orook at
tho old ford through tho lands of O. O.
Ledford aud Martha Bynuiu', and inter
secting tho old road at tho old bridge
A Wolf in tho Mountains.
Tho Franklin (N. 0.) Pross says: "Some
bounds vero chasing a wolf all arouud
Franklin through tho whole of Suudaj
night. It had boon starlod ou Shooting
orook, in Clay county, Saturday and th?
last hoard of it was soon at Mr. > W. G
Allman's placo, whoro it was soon oarlj
Wo deeply sympathize with Editoi
Uoynolds, of tho Clayton Tribuuo. H<
spoakoth tims : "Tho same night a wol:
oapturod a 20 pound turkey gobblor foi
un, anti had tho audaolty to dovour i
within 80 yards of our ?loor." Wc in
tended to pay our brother quill driver i
visit during tho Christmas holidays, bu
tho trip has boon Indefinitely called oil
Roal Esialo Transfors.
Tho following aro tho real catato trans
fors recorded on tho Auditor's books fo
tho I i rsl. sixtcou days of October:
Walhalla-Wm. C. Koohcstor to C. W
Pitchford, ono lot-half aoro-$100.
Chattooga township-J. Ervin Crain
ot. al. to Mary M. Craino, 272 norofl
Prlco, lovo and affection.
Whitewater township-E. E. Hondoi
son to B. C. Caradinc, 1,680 aeres, $50.
Sonoca City-J. J. Norton to Arnaud
Gantt, half aero, $30; K. M. Tribblo t
Thos. Wiggins, half aero, $00; W. A
Lowery to Thos. Wiggins, half acre, $7;'
Amanda Gantt to Thos. Wiggins, ha'
aero, ?120; J. W. Holloman, Haster, t
W. A. Lowery, half acre, $52.
A Now Daily Mail Route
Wo aro now a neighbor to Clayton, Gi
Wo clip tho following interesting itel
from tho Tribune; "A daily mail routi
from Clayton to Pino Mountain, bas boc
established by tho government. Tl:
first mail loft boro last Monday mornin
and is hoing carriod by A. M. Wall. O
this routo a now post office, soven mlh
oast of Clayton, 1 \s been cstablisbci
Tho uamo of thc low offjeo is Wi
Woman, aud Mrs. '. M. Wall is pos
mistress. This roi 'o was badly need?
and wo aro glad tho government has e
tablishctl tho routo. Now wo aro :
daily communication with Pino Mon
tain, Highlands, Victoria, N. C., ar
Walhalla, Russell and other parts i
South Carolina. Boforo this routo wi
established it required about a week
time to got an answor from Pino Mou
tain, a distanco of sixteen miles."
Visit of a Bright Mason.
Mr. lt. M. Werte, of Liberty, S. (
Distriot Deputy Grand Master of tl
Eighth Masonic District of South Car
lina, paid an ollioial visit to Bluo Kid
Lodgo, No. 02, A. F. M., at its tegul
communication, hold in Pitchford's Ha
last Saturday night. Ho conferred t
Entered Apprentice Dogroo on ono ca
didato, and awakened much interest
matters Masonic. Tho now Masor
Tomplo of this Lodgo bas recontly be
completed, and it is expected that t
next regular communication in Novo
bor will be hold in tho now Temple
Main street. A now outfit of furnitui
paraphernalia and working tools li
been purchased, and tho brothron r
urgently requested to attend tho nc
communication, as business of i m po
anco will como up for considerate
Arrangements aro also hoing made foi
sp?cial communication on Friday nigl
Novomber 24th, whoa Grand Musi
Witherspoon and District Deputy Wei
will attend and confer tho Masto
Degree on two candidates. Thoy ?
also expoctod to visit tho Seneca Lo?!
on Saturday night, Novombor 25th, a
confer tho third ?logreo thoro. T
brothron may look forward to tin
dates with much interest. Tho me
hors of neighboring sistor Lodges i
cordially invited. Dolinito announ
monts will bo mado hitor.
Death of Mr. W. A. Lowery.
Mr. William Andorson Lowery died
his homo in Seneca last Sunday morah
15th instant, after a brief illness fr
paralysis. Ho had been seriously fl
only two days, and tho nows of his BI
don death was a sovoro shock to
many frionds. Ho had boon slightly
disposed for two weoks, and Friday
noon lie was st ricken with paralysis,
lost consciousness Friday afternoon, f
lingered for thirty-six hours boforo ?le
ended his suffering.
Mr. Lowory was in his sixty-first yt
having boon born May 12th, J839.
life was spent in this county. Ho
boon a resident of Seneca for lift
years, and always took a leading par
tho up-building of his town and com
Ho was president of Tho Soncca Bi
?or three years. At the timo of bis dc
bo was tho sonior member of tho n
cant ile firm of Lowory, Byrd & Co.
business dealings bo was always cha
torizod by tho strictest integrity,
was cast in a largo mould physically
mentally. He was largo-heartod, gol
ons and true. In his ?loath Oconoo
lost one of lier most distinguished i
In carly lifo ho was married to ?
Mary Harbin, and of this union ?
childron survive Ho was manie
second time to Mrs. Eugenia P. Ada
who, with fivo children, survives,
loaves two brothers, Mr. B. Y. H. L
ory, of Sonoca, and Mr. B. L. Loworj
Mr. Lowory saw service in the toi
field for four years during the Civil i
Ho discharged valiontly the dutiot
Ord orly Sorgoant of Capt. Milos M. 1
ton's company until tho lattor fell i
tally wounded. Ho continued until
surrondor with Orr's Ungi mont of Ri
To tho boroavod and sorrowing on?
c.< I ended tho sincoro contjblonco of li
of friends boro and olsov/horo.
Tho funoral services wore conduct?
tho resSdcnco on Monday morning
olovon o'clock, by Ib/v. W. S. Ham
ami attended by a lajrgo concourse of
rowing frionds. lils body was thor
terrod in Oak Vip.v comotory. A i
and good man lots fallen. Poaco to
Fair Play So hool Notice.
Tho Fair Play pohool will open Mon
day, October 28d. Tho publto term be
gins at opOuiug ot sossiou and will oon
tinuo until i'm-tho'- uotloo be given.
M. 0. BAUTON, for Trust?es.
News of Homefolks.
Wo ollp the following Items from tho
?.avon i a (Qa.) Staudard-Gauge:
?Little DI ok Meakin, who has been
aiok, we aro glad to say, is convalescing."
?Mrs. K. 0. Strother, of Weat Union,
who has huon visiting her daughter, Mrs.
L. W. MoaMn, roturnod home Tuosday."
Tho Son t h m n Shuttle and Bobbin Com
pany aro now ready to buy timber. . Thoy
want about ono thousand oords. Por
simon, dogwood, biron, maplo, white
poplar, sweetgum, blaokgum and sour
wood aro tho lands used.- For furthor |
information wrlto W. P. ANDKHSON,
President and Troasuror,
Westminster, 8. 0.
Good Play on November 8th.
Tho Walhalla Comedy Company is pro
paring to present, on Novoinbor 8th, a
splendid play, entitled "Jerry, tho
Tramp." It is, beyond doubt, tho best
play thoy havo ovor undertaken to pro
s?nt. Tho play is full of intorost from
boginuing to cud. Tho characters and
plot glvo SOOpO for splendid comedy,
roady wit and puivst pathos. Tho play
will bo good and wo hopo tho company
will bo grootod by a largo audience.
A Neuro Drops Dead.
A negro by tho naino of Audy John
Bon dropped dead last Saturday while ou
hlB roturn homo from Fair play, whoro
ho had boen to transaot nomo business.
Ho was driving homo with a load of .cot
ton seed and suddenly fell dead on his
wagon. Au inquest was hold and tho
jury rendered a vordict to tho effect that
death was caused by enlargement of tho
An Exciting Shooting Affair.
It is reponed in Walhalla that
thorn was an oxciting shooting affair lu
tho st i (-ets of Seneca Sunday, in which
Chief of Polioo Hinkle and Lawronco
Douthit figured. It seems that Mr.
Douthit and sumo others bad somo con
traband whiskey in a buggy and tho
ohiof of polico undertook to oapturo Ul?)
whole outtlt and did capturo lt aftor a
sharp littlo fusilado in which nobody
was burt, tho owner of tho whlskoy and
Out on tho "Still" Hunt.
In tho woo smoll hours of Monday
morning quito a skirmish took placo be
tween tho rovonuo oilicors and moon
shiners just inside tho incorporate limits
of Walhalla. Deputy Marshals Corbin
and MoKinnoy and Collector A^ C. Mor
rick and posso captured a whiskoy
wagon some distance from town, and
woro piloting it in when thoy wore at
tacked by sovoral unknown parties and
a number of shots woro exchanged. No
body was burt, bowovor. Marshal Cor
bin and bis son woro each hit twico by
spent bullets and Mr. McKinney's hat
was punctured near tho rim. Tho Mar
shals aio atGrconvillo court this week,
and wo aro unable to got a dotailod ac
count of tho light by rounds. For some
obvious reasons tho moonshiners uover
report anything to us, and w> always
feel a delicacy about scoking an intor
viow anyway. Marshal Corbin arrested
a shirl, and aftor tho moioo ho looked
into it, but tho man had skipped by tho
light of tho moon. Ono horse, wagon
and harness and 07 gallons corn whiskoy
Gentlemen of tho fury.
Tho following gentlemen havo been
drawn to servo as petit jurors for thc
fall torin of tho Cour* of Gonoral Sos
sions which will oonvono in tho Wal
halla Court House on Monday, October
Otb, J migo Gary presiding:
L. W. Jordan,Sonoca; Fred. H. Brandt,
Wagoner township; J. H. Crampton,
Center township; Walton Gibson, Con
tor township; J, G. 13. Vandivor, Conter
township; Bon J. Marett, Center town
ship; W. A. Strother, Wost Union; W.
B. Guinn, Keowoo township; T. E. Davis,
Tugaloo township; Israel Goodo, Wago
nor township; lt. B. Robertson, Keowoo |
township; E. D. Foster, Sonoca town
ship; Samuel Hoid, Wagoner township;
John A. Harbin, Senocu township; C. R.
Davis, Tugaloo township; R. S. Vernor,
Center township; E. M. Uamby, Chat
tooga township; E. Wilton Mason, (Jen
tor township; M. Ii. Phillips, Cbattooga |
township; F. M. Simpson, Contor town
ship; R. T. Whitmire, Keowoo township;
W. P. Mooro, Seneca township; W. A.
Bowen, Seneca township; Lester Haw
kins. Seneca township; B. C. Rotholl,
Pulaski township; G. C. l'attorson,
Seneca township ; T. E. Gambroll, Cen
ter township; Honjamin Rutlcdgo, Koo
weo township; W. H. Hunt, Contor
township; W. T. Mills, Seneca town
ship; John C. Harton,Tugaloo township;
J. IL Whitmire, Keowoo township; W.
F, Hancock, Tugaloo township; John P.
Ellis, Center township; A sh moro Tan
nery, Center township, and John Cox,
Wo are Offering' Some Rare Ba
Overalls, Hunters' Coats i
IF YOU WANT SHOES OF ANY KU
BEFORE PLACING \
IN DRY GOODS
Wo have a nico lino of Common
Worsted at So., 10c, 12$c., loo.,
20o., 200. and !10c.
As good a line of Calico at 4o.,
f?e., Oe. and 7e. por yard as you
will find anywbero.
IN NOTIONS WE SELL
10 Balls Wldto Sowing Thread
for only ?o.
Papers Ordinary Pins for no.
144 Agato Huttons for fio.
1 Pair Cotton Towels for fie.
Ladies' Undorvonta from fiOc. to
$2.f>0 por pair.
Mon's Undershirts from 80c. to
$2.50 por pair.
Wo Mean HUNIUCSH and will Tn
on Anything li
Acting Mayor Vernor y
On Monday morni?g dlBpoeod of four
Saturday night and Sunday sinners, iu
tho chowing tnannor:
, Kale Oakley, white/drunk and disor
Bob Crooks, colored, drunk and disor
derly, $2. '
Lewis Uamby, colored, drunk, $1.
Andy Johnson, colored, interfering
with arrest, Si.
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Horse Swappers' Convention.
Tho Horse Swappers' Convention for
Coonee County wl?? be hold at'Walhalla
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, No
vember 7th, 8th and Otb. if you havo
any Stook to swap tho convention will bo
tho place for youi Largo crowds aro ox
peotod. Stook from tim: Stato, Goorgla I
and North Carolina will ho hero. Every- |
body como and uonjoy . youraolvos."
Walhalla is tho propor placo anyhow. If
you don't want to swap anything,,como
ulong and BOO how its dono.
The United Slates Court.
Tho Ootobor torm of tho Unitod StatoB I
District. Court oonvonod in Groouvillo on |
Tuesday morning. It has ono of tho j
heaviest docket-.- known in years past.
Tho oasos aro not nf auy groat Impor
tation. Most of thom ave fer violation of I
internal revenue laws and oilier minor
offences, which havo to bo Bottlod by tho
Federal Court, Tho record made up in
tho olork's oftloo showod about 70 casos
cont inned from formor 1 ci ms and tho
now casos coming in will run tho total
to noar 200. It ia oxpootod, howovcr,
that tho dookot will bo cleared in two I
wook?. Judgo Urawloy bas announced
that tho timo of tho Court will not bo
rushed and overything will bo finished,
so far ns is practicable, boforo an ad
journment is roached.
Tho Door of Lifo.
Tho fear of pain and tho dangers of
parturition fill many a woman's breast
with dismay. There is no reason why
chilbirth should bo fraught with dangor
and distress. It is a perfectly natural
function, nud should bo performed in a
natural way without undue Buffering.
Nino out of ton women aro troubled
moro or IOSB by weakness anti disoases
peculiar to their BOX. It ?B BO because
they do not take proper caro of them*
I BOIVOS-booauso they nogloot littlo ills
and littlo precautions. A woman in
perfeotlv hoarty health goos through her
timo of trial with comparativo caso.
Tho thing to do thou, is to makonll ox
poctant mothors healthy-to strengthen
thom gonorally and locally. Tho medi
cino and tonio to do it with is Dr.
IMorco's Favorito Prescription. It is a
powerful invigorant and nervino. It
soothes and strengthens tho nerves and
acts directly on tho feminine organism
in a way which fits it for tho proper and
regular porf or manco of all its functions
at all times. Talton during gestation it
robs childbirth of its dangers to both
mother and ohild, by preparing tho sys
tem for dolivory, thorohy shortening
labor, lessening pain and abbreviating
tho period of oouilncmont.
' 4,000 Peoplo Killed by Earthquake
AMSTERDAM, October 10.-A dispatch
to tho Ilandolsblad from Batavia, capital
of tho Netherlands' Indies, Java, says
that a violent carthquako has visited tho
I south sido of tho Island of Coram, no .
to tho largest of tho Moluccas, botweon
Booroo and Papua, completely destroy
ing tho town of Amhoi and killing, it is
estimated, somo <i,"000 persons, as well as
injuring ?omo GOO others. Tho dispatch
Bays that dotails of tho disaster have not
vet boon obtained.
Tho encouragement I have received
during tho llrst flvo days of my oponing
from tho shopping public has convinced
mo that a first-class
DRY GOODS STORE
was all that was needed to complote tho
sequence of protty stores
.... In Greater Walkalla ....
Nothing has fonded to popularizo this
storo moro than tho magnificent lino of
DRESS QOODS that is hoing displayed,
and tho universal exclamation has been,
"Oh, how protty, and so very cheap!"
Among tho varied assortment I would
call espcoial attention to Cashmeres,
Henriettas, Empires, I hil I ian! ines,
Somorsots, Olympia and French Flannels,
Sorgos and Plaids in endless variety.
Nearly ovorything this season is plaid,
and tho display 1 havo might bo termed
an aggregation of Plaids. I havo thom
from flo. up.
My stock of Notions is completo in
ovory detail, and special attontioii will
bo called to it lator.
A DESCRIPTION OF PRINTS, PER
CALES, SATTEENS, OUTINGS,
V. L NORMAN.
to tho energetic
Trains in Clothing1, Overcoats,
and Shoes of Every Kind.
ND IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE US
I'OUH FALL ORDER.
IT WILL PAY YOU
To BOO our lino of Cotton Chocks
at 4o. and 5o.
Rod and Whito Flannels from
12jo. to <15o.
IN HEAVY GROOERIES
Wo aro soiling as follows, in no
less amount than $1.00, at this
prlco, and that for oasli only:
17 pounds Granulated Sugar, $1.
10 pounds Standard Soda, 25o.
THY A SACK
Of our Throo P's Flour and you
will buy no othor. Every snok
eat You Kip,ht. Got Our Prices
rou Muy Want.
M BsM "?uta*
fCm BIQIR, of Miic^w
ii Y., was struck by a ploco of sholl which
atcr caused sovoro hoaretroublo. Mo eays:
"At second Bull Run a piece of theil
lodged in my shoulder, and later
rheumatism set in, which in tura af
fected my heart to such extent that
several doctors pronounced my case
Incurable* Dr. Miles' New Heart
Cure relieved my pains, shortness of
breath and en?.olef? me to work* also to
sleep soundly, and prolonged my life."
hi sold by all drugalsta on guarantoo
first botllo bcnelUs or inunoy back.
Hook on heart and norves sunt f roo,
Dr. Milos Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
Stono C.i ireh and Ctmotory Association.
Giiniiuv, Octobor lt!.-Tho annual
mooting of tho Old (Stono ohuroh and
cometary association was a BUOCOBB. NOW
officers wore elected and groat progrcBB
wa? niado in tho way of getting the felice
erected. Wo hopo to BOO all interested
in thi8 matter como forward.
Mr..Cline Summers, Jr., of Newberry,
is visiting hero.
Mr. S. P. Stribling is going back to his
homo placo. Wo regret this chango.
Mr. Ruth will Buccccd bim as manager
of tho Cherry farm.
Frost has destroyed a quantity of lato
fodder in low lands and other lato
Mr. VY. N. Coohrau was in our vicinity
Mr. Eugene Whitton had an acoidont
at his cano mill Inst wook, damaging tho
mill ?lightly. Tho bolt flow off, tangled
a colored boy up, throw him in tho
evaporator and scalded him very badly.
Pay Your Subscription.
Tlio KKOWKK Coumnit oxpoots ovory
Bubscribovto pay somothing on his sub
scription, if it ?B not paid in advance
already, botweon this timo and tho end
of tho your. Wo do not want to bo dis
appointed. Wo noed tho monoy. Do
not wait for some ono to hunt you up and
dun you, but if you owo for your paper,
walk around to tho oillco and show your
appreciation by makimg paymont. Lot
this bo snfilcio;.t notico to ovory delin
. Neill, tho cotton fool, has loworod his
estimato of tho present crop from 12,000,
000 to 11,000,000. Como on down!
ARE FULL OF NICE
NOW is the timo to buy your
School Doy Jeans at. 10c.
One-half Wool Joans at.'. I2je.
Tho best Heavy Jeans at. 25c.
All-Wool Kirsoys at. 2f>o.
Couti Wool Cassimors at. ."?oe.
23-inch All-Wool Flannol at. 12ic.
23-inch Twilled Flannol at. 15c.
Winch Skakor Flannol at. ilOo.
50-inch Waterproof Flannol at. 50c.
New Patterns in Cloaking
At?Oo., 75c. and $1 00,
All 0-4 Wido.
30-inch Dress Flannel at 25c. to.... 856.
Dino and Blaok /loaver at._(1.00.
Tho host Yard-wide Bleaching on
oarth for. 5c.
80-inch English Covort Cloth for
Ladies' Drosses at... '. lOo.
Fino Now Stylo Plaid, tho latest,
at 12Jc., 25o. and. 50c.
Best Calico, any brand, at. 5o.
A lot of Short-length Cali?os for... 8Jo.
A LOT OF MIX ICD ODDS AND ENDS
to bo sold for 25 couts.
SENECA, - - S. C.
J ? . St J ? S*<;?
OUR NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVER,
WE HAVE BOUGHT SO AS TO
FACTION. LOOK Ai
Gut! UK Flauuolu, all sty ILM...
Yard-wide Sea leland.
Soo our Yard-wldo "Columbus" Blcaohing
Soo our "Columbia" Gents' Half Hose-be
Unrivaled (or tho prlco aro our Ladles' Ho
Komembor that wo always ?arry a cc
lug Goods, StovoB, Furulturo-and always
Havo n full lino of Dry Goods foi
Two or tliroc Handsome Patterns
All we want ls to show and price
Farmers wanting empty Barrels 1
Wo Ii ave bali' n car on hand, both wood i
Wo aro still giving inoro ?ROCE1
A few of our malu things aro :
Three cakes of Wood Laundry Soa
18 pounds Good tircon Coffee for
cents a paokago and a Silver KnJfo or
Arbucklo's, Lion and other Coffee
Bring- us your Chickens and Eggt
Hons now. Yours, Ac,
Values that Mk
Wu aro making ovory offort to crowe
August-want to mako it a record month
that hnvo tho right jinglo-stylos and qual
kind that really influouco your buying.
AA"lion .A-Hg-utst Swing
Tho avorago doalor "lots up" a litth
offorts-tho days whoa tho volume of tho
Wo know that if wo koop your inti:
you'll remember us when tho autumn noe*
to tho atoro that each and every month
makes it to your financial intorost to alwa
Those Can't Bo Beat :
Our Mocha and Java Parched Coffee
Our Rio Parched Coffee at 10 couts.
Our Gr?cn Rios at 0, 10 and 12J conl
Our Teas-Black and Groon-at 'JO c
Our assortment of Fancy Graokors
In Clothing, Pants, Overalls, Shirts,
T. E A
OFFICE IN STABLE
Nows in and Around Roturn.
RKTUHN, Octobor 17.-Last yoar seve
ral partios moved from this section
to dig?rent cotton mills in tho State.
It did not tako thom long to got tired of
mill lifo. Most of thom want to got
back on tho farm.
Among thoso who havo returned is
Mr. John Clear, of Nowry. Ho has
moved on Mr. C. W. Hayes' farm.
Mr. Henry Williams is another. Ho
roturns from Walhalla and has moved on
Mrs. Sallio Crooks' farm.
Tho school at this placo will open on
tho 80th instant. Prof. C. W. Mooro
gavo an intorostiug talk last Saturday on
his method of training.
Tho Baptist congregation at this placo
mot Saturday and entered into a confer
ence, Rov. C. Ti. Craig, who was unani
mously elected pastor about a month
ago, has dcolinod tho call. Hov. H. W.
Nelson was unanimously olected in Mr.
Mr. Hoyt Hayes is acting as agent for
publication houses in Pennsylvania and
Mr. E. T. Morgan has a position as
agent with John C. Winston & Co.,
Philadelphia, l'a. Bo is selling tho
"Grouter Repnblio," a history of tho
United States. i>. j. M.
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A Narrow Escapo.
Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada
E. Hart, of Groton, 8. 1). : "Was taken
with a bad cold which sottlod on my
lungs; oaugh sot in and dually terminated
in consumption. Four doctors gavo mo
up, saying 1 could livo but a short timo.
I gavo mysolf up to my Saviour, deter
mined if I could not stay with my friends
on earth I would moot my absout ones
above. My husband was advised to got
Dr. King's Now Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds. 1 gavo it a trial;
took in all oight bottles. It has cured
mo, and thank God I am saved and now
a woll and healthy woman." Trial bot
tles freo at all drug stores In tho county.
Regular size 50 couts and (il, Guaran*
tood or nrieo rotunded.
- M ? '-.-1
Eighty-Five Persons Poisonod.
HUNTINGTON, W. VA., Octobor 13.
Eighty-flvo persons at a wodding feast,
south of boro, woro poisoned last night
and it ls feared a nurnbor of fatalities
will ooour. It was tho occasion of tho
mnrriago of Mis? Suslo Sidobottoin and
Jos. Dillon, prominent young pooplo of
tho country. Tho handsome country
homo of tho bride's fnthor this morning
presented a hospital ACODO.
,A grand ball was lp progress when a
numbor of porson? booamo suddenly ill
and had to bo carried from tho ball room.
Poison placed on growing oabbago somo
months ago from which slaw was mado,
ir. attributed as tho causo.
Cotton good is bringing V!G conts por
bushol in somo local mnrkots whore thoro
is'lRMo compotltion. In somo parts of
tho south, notably in Toxas, oil and meal
havo nearly doubled tholr last yoar's
AWB KXAOTLY WHAT YOU NKI
GIVE YOU PECFECT 8AT1S
1D BE CONVINCED. .
.... ... 00.
at on earth-at.,. ..1 Do.
iniploto lino of Clothing, Genta' Furnish*
nt lowest prices.
? you to look at..'
of Black Brooadcd Skirt Comb;.
i our SHOES.
to put Sorghum in eau trot thom hore.
?nd iron hoops*
HIES for tho monoy than anybody oise,
p for ? eonts.
$1, nnu a Good Fnrohod Coffee for 15,
Fork with ovory paokogo*
>s at il couts por package.
i. You may bring somo of the Old
T^JEhSLY &> <CJO.,
1 plenty of business into tho month of
. Wo'ro baoking our desire by pricos
Rios tliat wo feel aro most pleasing-tho
), but it's tho timo this store makes extra
trad o moans moro to us thau margius.
irost through tho mid-summor monthB,
:lr> aro on-you'll naturally pin your faith
makes profitable buying for you; that
ys como hero first.
? at 25 couts.
Hosiery, Domestics, ?to., ?&o.,
E POPULAR PRICE STORE.
, WALHALLA, S. C.
I have removed to
the ReidStore with
my stock bf'" Staple-^
and Fancy Grocer
ies, all new and
Also, Dry Goods,
&c. All of which
will be sold at the
price for Cash.
Come and see me
and you will not
H. A. H. GIBSON.
Wo have an up-to dato GINNERY, Well
equipped, and, from this dato, wo will
gin for 10 couts per Hundred Pounds cf
Lint Cotton-that ls, wo will charge only
10 cents for Ginning a Four Hundred/.
Pound Bale, or r>0 couts for a Fivo Huh-?
died Pound Halo, packed lu tho Square
Will pay fifty couts por hundred ($10
por ton) for COTTON SEED. Will, at
all limes, givo tho top of tho market for \
Socd. Very respectfully,
SENECA OIL MILL.
Seneca, S. C., September IS, 1800.
~~r?To V X <J IS t :
ONE .1. B. MERRILL olairos to. have
a power of nttornoy si von him by
mo. All poisons aro horoby fonvarnofl
of having any dealings with him nndor
said power of attornoy, ns tho samo'is'
SARAH L. KING.
, Ootobor 11 iJSOO.^ i b iii*
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