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%. Who knows all about tb
hot weather Bays that ni
Soda Water, Etc.,
aro tho fiuest in town,
much syrup they have
fresh fruit. They aro ii
- - - - J
]>, g._I have a largo, fresh and full st
focal ?mu l)crs0ual
-Ho sure to attend tho millinery opon
ing uf Mrs. K. M. Cudworth, Octoborlth,
5th and Oth.
-Mr. Goorgo M. II. Fnliuostock, of
Greonvillo.is visiting relativos and friends
-Hoad V. I<. Norman's now ad. His
goods are fresh from Hie Kastore mar
kets. Call and soo him.
- Miss Lillie Thompson left last wook
for Atlanta, whoro she is visiting rela
tives and friends.
-Dr. John Morton, of Mountain Host,
is in Walhalla on professional business.
Ito will remain in town a week or ton
-All tho latest ideas in bats for dross
and street wear at Mrs. IC. M. Cudworth's,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October,
.Uh, 6th ?md (Uh.
- Kev. Cr. II. Waddell, Suporintondont
of tho Epworth Orphanage, ut Columbia,
J_ will preach in tho Walhalla Methodist
. church next Sunday morning at olovon
-Miss Kilto Crisp, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. .1. M. Crisp, died at their borne,
near Pine Mountain, Kainui county, Ga.,
Wednesday, September KUI), aged sovon
-Messrs. M. W. Coleman & Co., of
Seneca, aro receiving their now fall and
wintel goods, and offer special induce
ments to tho trading public. Head their
ad. and give them a call.
- Mrs. .1. T. M. Kiser and two childron
left last Friday morning for their borne
at Hirmi egham, Ala, They spent several
weeks in Walhalla visiting the family of
Mrs. .1. W. F. Thompson.
- Miss Mary Philson, of Clinton, S. C.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. T. Langston,
anti family, of Walhalla. Miss Philson
is a charming and attraotivo young lady,
and wo Imp be will enjoy bor visit tc
our mountain city.
- Mrs. Cudworth will bc assisted by fl
milliner of experience and taste. If you
want tho correct styles for hoadwoar,
bolts, neck wear and all the latest novel
ties for fall and winter, bc sure to (rive
her a call. October, Ith, 6th and 0th.
-We will very soon begin lo semi
statements to tboso of our subscriben
who are in arrears. Wo would vcr}
mindi prefer to be saved this labor ami
expenso by receiving a remittance fron
every ono who owes us a dollar, more oi
- Mr. Jas. F. Neville, of West Union
^.w^^ and Miss Sallie Norton, of Walhalla, an
attending the "Tin Wedding" of Mr
and Mrs. MeDufOo Krueo, of l'ickens
which interesting event was celebrate!
on Monday evening, 24th instant. Mrs
Bruce is adaughterof Col. J. ES, Hagood
- Mr. G. Wanner, of Talapoosa, (ia.
is lu Walhalla for a few days, visiting
his children at Mrs. Stucke's. Ho pan
our sanctum an appreciated call Tues
day morning. Ho is looking remarkabb
well. He is general manager of tlo
vineyards of tho Georgia Vineyard Com
pany, and gathered 006,000 pounds o
grapes this year.
- A practice boot will bc given at tb
grounds next Friday afternoon at foin
o'clock by the Walhalla timi Club. Al
the members arc requested tobo present
There will bo :i meeting of tho club afte
thc shoot, and matters of impnrtanci
will come up for consideration. Arnon}
other things to be considered will be tb?
enforcement of tho game law. Person
not members can shoot, but will bi
charged two couts a piece foi' targets.
-Tho protracted mooting in tho Wal
halla Baptist church begins to-morrov
( Thursday) night. Kev. O. J. Copeland
of Anderson, S. C., will assist the pasto
in the services. Tho meeting will las
perhaps ten days or two weeks. Th
publie geueially are cordially Inviten
and tho Christians of all denomination
aro urged to co-oporato and help in Hi
meeting a- far as in them lies. Wo ti ns
there will be an out pouring of the Hoi
Spirit on all who attend and much am
lasting good accomplished for thc cans
-Tho French Broad (N. C.) Hustloi
September 20th: "Mr. J. A. Collins bu
sold his property boro and llown with hi
charming young wife to a moro congeni;
fm elimo, perhaps. During his brief s?jour
?W in our town he proved to be a useful an
* thoroughly reliable citizen. Although
life-long Republican Mr, Collins is a (ii i
believer in the supremacy of the whit
race and like many otb or honest men i
his party refused to take any band in tb
recent campaign. Our very best wishi
follow this happy couple to their ne
home wherever it may be found. Tin
go Hist to Walhalla, S. ('."
- lt is with regret that wc chronic!
the death of Miss Dora Ferguson, dangt
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Kobt. FoigllSOl
jg?u winch occurred al hoi' father's li.one i
^jffir P?l'/or, S. C., las! Sunday night ai i<
o'clock, after a brief illness ol' feve:
Shi! was seventeen years of age, and
bright, sweet, Christian gill. She was
granddaughter of tho late Andorsc
I VOS ter, and leaves many relatives in th
county to mouin her death. The r
mains of the deceased were laid to re
in the cemetery at I'ol'/.or Monday afte
noon. To the bereaved relatives is e
tended the sympathies of many friend
- Ltlimcy's N-lloiir Liver regulator
the best remedy lo relieve the varioi
forms of headac he, including llOrVOI
and sick headache, and it is safe to HI
that nine cases ont ol' len of this di
tressing complain! are due to an Iliac ti
Ol'sluggish liVOr Willi constipated bowel
A fewdosesof Lunney s s' Hour Li\
Regulator will soon restore these orgai
to theil propel' functions and headai l
ceases. In the sanie, maimer it r?gulai
the bowels, prevents constipation m
piles, relieves all forms of bllioiisnoi
such as dizziness, nausea, coated tongi:
loss of appetite, Ac, Try lt, Lar
packages 200. at Lunney's.
Hcduccd Hates Via Southern Hallway.
On account of the Annual Convento
Colored odd Follows, Louisville, K
October 2d-7th, 1000, the. Southern Ka
way will sell round trip tickets from ;
stations on ?ts lines to louisville, K
ami return, at tho rate of one first ch
fare for the round Inp. Tickets to
A sold Septem!1 ir 20th ami .".otb and Ool
f i lier 1st, with lindi return limit Octol
T 0th, 1000. I'ei sons localed at non-coup
stations should notify ticket agents sc
rai days in ad vance of their contemplai
departure so that ho may supply hims
with proper form of tickets.
080 things that make lifo easy during
Instead of hoing disguised with too
tba*, pleasant aoid taste and flavor of |
;e-cold, delicious and very refreshing.
. H. DARBY, Druggist.
jok of Drugs and Druggists' Sundries.
-Noxt Monday will bo snlosday.
-Soo tax notico by County Treasurer j
J. R. Kay in another column.
-Mr. J. 13. Roid, of Columbia, is visit
ing Iiis father, Mr. C. L. Reid, ftmi fftm.
-County Superintendent of Eduoatiou
W. II. Barron bas two important notices
in tikis week's issuo. Road thom.
-Tho prottiost and most up-to-date
lino of pattorn hats ovor shown in Wal
halla, at Mrs. K. M. Cudworth's, Ootobor,
1th, otb ami Otb.
-Mr. M. L, Aloxandor, of Greenville
spent Monday and Tuesday in Walhalla.
Ile oxpoots to tako a trip to Toxas in
tho near future.
-J. II. Adams' nd. was recoived too
late to appear in this issue. Advertisers
should not souci copy hitor than Wednes
-Mr. David Fricks, of Atlanta, and
Mrs. Jane Fricks, of ('outrai, bavo been
visiting relatives in and nour Walhalla
Died at Piedmont.
Died, at Piedmont, after an illness of
four months, Mary Popo, wifo of Dr.
0. T. J. Giles. Mrs. Giles was aduughtor
of J. F. Popo, a prominent farmer and
business man of Villanow, Ga., where
lier remains wore interred. Dr. Giles is
a son of Mr. C. D. (Silos, of Goonoo, and
has many friends boro who sympathize
with him in Iiis nOliction.
Tho marriage of Mr. B. IC. Lewis, of
Greenville, and Miss Lillian Karlo (?ainos
was solemnized in Augusta, (Ja., Thurs
day, September 20th, where Miss (laines
was visiting relatives.
Tho ceremony was porfonned by Kov.
Goo. Wins. Walker, D. I)., President of
tho Kaine Institute.
Miss Gaines is a daughter of M. M.
Gaines, of Greenville.
Mr. Lewis represents a buggy manu
facturing establishment and is well
known in Goonoo, who extond congratu
lations and bust wishes.
Fall Millinery Opening.
Mrs. K. M. Cud worth and Miss .lulia
K. Maxwell returned from Atlanta last
Monday. They spout a wcok visiting
the leading millinery houses, and have
solecteil a largo and handsome lino for
their customers. Mrs. Cudworth's fall
opening will begin on Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, October Ith, 5th and Otb. j
A cordial invitation is oxtotid to all to bo
present on tbeso days. Mrs. Cud worth
will be assisted by an experienced mil
Callie Dying from Texas Tick Fever.
Thc cattle of Mr. IC. C. Marett are dy
ing in his pasture on bis plantation, on
Tugaloo river, near Kair Flay, from a
disease which bas been pronounced
" Texas tick fever." Tho disease broke
out there the first of last week and Mr.
Marett has already lost Bovoral cows.
Prof. (i. IC. Ncsom, Veterinarian of Gleni
son Col logo, was over there last Friday,
and, af tor a thorough examination, pro
nounced tho complaint to bo tho "'Texas
tick fever," or "red murrain," as for
merly known in these parts. Mr. Marett
has about Hf ty lino cattle in bis bord,
and he is using every precaution to pre
vent tho spread of the disease.
Weds in Cuba.
Toccoa ((Ja.) Record : "The friends
hero of Mr. George Dovorcaux Jarrett,
of T?galo, who, as lieutenant in tho
Knited States tinny, is now stationed in
Cuba, will bo interested to learn of bis
marriage to Miss Victoria Pail lot, of
Paris, tho daughter of a wealthy sugar
planter of Mantanzas, Cuba. 'Tho mar
riage took place In the Methodist ohUroll
in Santiago. Mr. Jarrett and bis bride
are residing in Morro Castle, where Hob
son was incarcerated by the Spaniards.'
Mr. Jarrett is a descendant of OootlOO
people, being a grandson of tho late
Visit to Clemson College.
Clemson began tho session of KUM)-Killi
with bright prospects. The entrance of
Studoll ts for thu session up to dato bas
been HIT. Many others bavo applied for
admission and wore turned away because
of tho fact that those already there make
up the full number that can bo accom
modated. Tho teachers aro all busy
with their work and tho students scorn
diligent: in fact, tho boys understand
that President Ilartzog has no uso for
drones at Clemson. Wc bad a talk With
Dr. Ilartzog yesterday and ho is enthu
siastic in his work. Wo aro sure that no
better prosidont for this grand school
could bo found South. Senator C. X.
King, of Spring Place, (ia., was with us
at the col logo yesterday and both be and
tho junior editor wore ?inpressed with
HU? good work of tho teachers in this
A Frightful Blunder
Will often causo a horrible burn, scald,
Cul or bruise. Bucklon's Arnica Salvo,
the best, in the world, will kill Hie p:\in
and promptly heal it. (Mires old sores,
fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns
and all skin eruptions. Pest pile cure
on earth. Only 25 cents a box. (-'ure
guaranteed. Sold by all druggists ill
i he county.
Miss Jessie Peckham to Wed Mr. William
(I* ii i IN, (JA., Sop tom hoi* 2L-The en
gagement is announced of Miss Jessie
Peckham, of this city, to Mr. William
Kell Lawson, of Abbevillo, S. C., the
marriage to take place at tho First. Bap
tist church in Ibis city at 5 o'clock on
tho afternoon of October nth.
'The wedding will bo ono of tho pret
tiest of the autumn season. After the
ceremony an elegant reception will be
tendered the friends of the luido and
bridegroom at tim homo of tho bride's
parOnts, After tho reception the young
couple will leave on tho Southern for the
North and East to spoilt! their honey
moon, (in their return they will make
their future home in Woodruff, S. C.,
where Mr. Lawson has business connec
Miss Pookham is the only daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George ll. Peckham. She
is admired by all, and it will be with
doop rogrot that her many wai in fricinn
resign her lo the Palmetto State.
Mr. Lawson is a young business man
of sterling worth and integrity, and
stands high in business ami social circles
>f his Slate. Mis past successes are
Oclipsod by bis now good fortune, for
which he is to bo congratulated,
When you want paints, oil, glnss, har
ness, drugs, patent medicines or any
thing else that is to eat or wear como to
J. A J. S. (.'arter, Westminster, S, C.
THE NEWS FROM SENECA.
Local Paragraphs About Town-Death of Mrs.
Dr. E. C. Doyle
SENECA, September 25.-Our town wan
mullioned a few days Hinco by tho death
of Mrs. E. O. Doylo. Aftor an illness of
sevoral months, which was borno with
out a murmur, she passed away last
Wodnosday, tho 10th. Scarce throo
years ago sho carno to Sonoca as a brido.
Ilor personality was such that she won
many friends who mourn her loss to our
community. Two mouths ago a lovely
babo of niuo months was takon fi m
earth, and thus a happy homo is broken.
Tho sympathy of Sonoca goes out to Dr.
Doyle, tho boroavod husband. Mrs.
Doylo was, boforo her marriage, Miss
Emma Jones, of Laurens. Tho funeral
services woro hold iu tho Presbyterian
church, and a most Utting and beautiful
oulogy was paid by Hov. W. S. Uamitor,
aftor wblob tho interment, was made in
tho ccinotory at this placo.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones and daughter, of
Laurens, woro in Sonoca last wook to at
tend tho funeral of Mrs. Doylo.
Tho first fall mooting of tho Onco-a
VYook Club will bo held at tho home of
Mrs. M. W. Coleman, tho president, next
Thursday. This club has accomplished
a great deal, both in a litorary way and
social. Tho villago improvements aro
Much intei esi lias boon manifested by
tho Students' Club over the Revolution
ary questions printed in tito Atlanta
Journal a fow weeks ago. Miss Living
ston, president, offered a handsome book
as a prizo to tho student giving most cor
rect answers. Their friends wore, thore
foro, accosted by any question from
"What was tho first battlo of tho Revo
lution?" to "When was tile Liberty Hell
cracked?" Tho interest has somewhat
abated, as tho answers were published
in tho Journal before tho papers were
Among the now hooks at tho Seneca
Library aro, Unleaven Dread, by hobt.
Grautj The Web of Lifo, by Herricks;
Tho Voice of Hie People, by Miss Clas
gow; Resurrection, by Tolstoi; Queen
Carden, by Mrs. M. E. M. Davis; "Red
Rlood and Hine."
('ards aro out announcing the marriage
of Rev. Anderson, Episcopal minister
here, to Miss Tyler, of Richmond, Va. 1
Wo wish much success to this young
Mrs. E. M. brook has geno to Green
wood to spend tho winter. Sho will bo
groatly missed by her numerous Seneca
Tho first edition of tho Coonee Nows, ?
under the management of Mr. Dresden
A. Smith, Jr., was quite a success. We ;
congratulate this young man on his
abilities as a writer and editor.
Miss Lillian Caldwell has returned
from Hickory Flat, where shu has been
spending some time.
Mrs. J. W. Stribling spent several days
in Anderson last week.
Mr. E. L. Richardson has gone to Co
lumbia to resume his law studies in the
South Carolina College.
Mrs. Lida M ab ry and daughter Eliza,
of Abbeville, aro visiting Mrs. C. K.
Miss Sara Livingston, who has been
quito ill, is convalescing.
Miss Fannie Hoke, ot Atlanta, is visit
ing Miss Annie Hoke.
Miss Emma Stribling has gouo on an
extended visit to sevoral places in (?cor
Little Miss Virgie Chamborlin, of Spar
faulting, is visiting M?SH lads Oignillint.
Rev. S. L. Wilson and family, of West
minster, tiro with Miss I loss lo Wilson
Rev. C. Wardlaw and family aro mov
ing into Miss Wilson's house.
Mrs. J, A. Hoard will spend tho winter
with her mother at Tamassoo.
Miss Addio Iiiott has returned from a
visit to friends neal Greenwood.
Mrs. G. W. Gignilllat ls visiting rela
tives in Pickons.
Mrs. H. J. Oignillint is in Pickons also.
They went to attend tho tin wedding of
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ?nico.
Miss Carrie Sholor returned home from
Walhalla to-day. She has been spending
some time there and will go again soon.
A recent improvement in Seneca is a
fountain in tho square. My tho request
of Mrs. M. W. Coleman tho Southern
railway furnished the granito ami water
Supply and tho councilmen had it con
Miss Roxie Reid, of Walhalla, visited
her brother, Mr. C. S. Reid, last week.
A free magic lantern show was much
enjoyed by the children in town last
Friday night. M. I>.
Southern Interstate Fair. Atlanta, Ga.. Octo
ber 10 27, 1900.
On account of the above occasion tho
Southern Railway will sell round trip
tickets to Atlanta ami return from Ozark,
Troy, Montgomery, Selma, Birmingham,
Ala.; Nash vi I lo, Knoxville, Tenn. ; Ashe
ville, N. C.: Spartanburg, Columbia,
Charleston, s. C. ; Jacksonville, Lake
City, [jive Oak, Ela., and intermediate
stat ions; also from all points in the State
of Goorgia at the following rates:
For individuals-One first-class fare
for the round trip, plus 60 cents nd mis
sion to the fair grounds: for children
bet ween ages of live and twelve years,
26 cents will be added to ticke* rate for
admission to fair grounds.
for military companies and brass
bands, in uniform, twenty or more on
one ticket, a rate of one cent per mile in
each direction por capita, plus arbitra
Dates ol sale from all points in State
of Georgia, October 0th lo 27th, inclu
sive, ami from points within the Stales
of Alabama, Tennessee, North Carolina,
South Carolina and Florida, October 12,
10, IS, '?V, and 25; final limit of all tickets
October 30, 1000.
For detailed information as to rates,
reservations, (Mc., call on or address any
agent of the Soul bern Railway or its con
nections. S. ll. II A KOW MK,
Asst. General Pass. Agi.,
- Wc are now (dubbing with Hie
Thricea-Wcek New York World. We
will send you Tm. Co lilli KU and Thc
World one year for $1.06, All old sub
seri hors can take nd vant ago of this offor
by paying up arrears and ono year in ad
vance. This oller is made Strictly on a
cash basis, ll you want to fry the two
papors for throO months we will send
them to you thal length of time for only
lilly cents. Study about tho matter.
Remember thal this is Presidential elec
tion year. I!y reading these two papers
you can keep posted on State and na
The people, of Lincoln, Neb., boast of
having the largest creamery in thc
world. Its capacity is 30,000 pounds ol'
bul ter a day.
If you desire attractive
.lob Printing of any descrip
tion send it to (lie
Courier Job Oftlcc.
briefs and Arguments
: : : : a specialty.
NEWS IN AND AROUND WESTMINSTER.
Death ol Mrs. Annie P. Brownlee- Locals
About tho Town.
WKSTMINSTKH, S. C., Soptombor 20.
Miss Etilo Strtbilog loft Tuesday after
noon for tho Southoru Fomalo Collego,
Collogo Park, Ga. Ilor mauy frlonds
rogrot to loso hor charming prosonco but
aro glad that BIIO will havo so many ad
vantages to add to hor alroady well
storod mind in that uotod collogo for
Col. H. E. Mason has gono to Gasto
nla, N. C., whoro ho will romain during
tho cotton buying sonson.
Mr. iSamuol Hunter loaves to-morrow
for Moridiau, Fla., whoro ho will bo ou
gagod in toaching school for tho next six
Mr. 15. MoLuro, of Chostor, soliciting
agont for tho Southon) Presbyterian, was
boro this wook.
Williamstou Nows, Soptombor 20:
"Mrs. W. H. Swygort roturnod this wook
from a visit to her daughter, Miss Lil
lian Swygort at Westminstor, whoro tho
latter has a nourishing music sohool.
Mrs. J. VV. Gaines and her two child
ren returned to Hurtsville Tuosday,
aftor spouding the summer with relativos
Kev. Patrick H. Mears in tho absonco
of tho pastor, occupied tho pulpit at tho
Methodist church Sunday and doliverod
a most interesting sermon.
Mr. J. K. Molleo, of Due Wost, was
in town this week visiting his brother,
Mr. J. W. McGee, Ho is a Sunday
sohool worker and gave tho (dusses nt
the Baptist cluneh a helpful talk Sun
Tho union meeting of the second dis
trict of the Uenverdam Association will
convene with Chunga church on next
Saturday and Sunday, Soptombor 20
and ?IO. Programmes will be exhibited
on Saturday morning. All churches
nro requested tosend full delegations.
J. A. Voy los, l'or committee,
Cotton brought lt) cents hore yester
Hov. J, T. Cary will bogil) a tent moot
ing at Port Madison oil Monday, October
1st, to continue a week or ten days.
Kev. J. T. Dendy, of Kershaw, will
preach in tho liichland Presbyterian
church next Sabbath at ll A. M. and in
tho Presbyterian church at Westminster
to-moriOW (Thursday) evening at eight
Mrs. Annie P. brownlee, whom wo re
ported to be desperately ill a week ago,
died Oil Saturday morning, 22d instant,
at 8.?5, and ber body was laid to rest in
the town cemetery oil Sunday morning
?it half-past toil, Kidd" W. P. Anderson
conducting the billin! services. Hor ill
ness of six weeks duration was horno
with Christian fortitude, patience
and resignation to the very last.
Mrs. Urowilloo's maiden namo w.if
Baker and she was the last member ot a
family of twelve sous and daughters.
She was born October 2*1, 18JJ2, and was
brought up in Anderson county, near
the section known as the Dark Corner.
Hoi' husband, the late Wm. A. Brownlee,
was ono of Anderson county s most in
fluential citizens. She was left a widow
six years ago last May and moved to
Westminster soon after her husband's
lloatll. Tinco children - Mrs. LI. .1. 'frib
ble, of Elberton, (?a., and Mrs. W. C.
Smithson and Miss Kilon Brownlee-sur
vive her. Mrs. Brownlee was a good
woman and a zealous, conscient ions
Christian, hoing a consistent member of
tho Presbyterian church.
Impressive ordination services were
conducted at the old Westminister Bap
tist church on last Saturday morning at
ll o'clock. Messrs. .). A. Voylos and
Cornelius E. Simpson, two devoted mem
bers of that church, were ordained to Hu;
deaeonship with the "Baying on of
hands." Pour ministers and the board
of deacons ol' the old and the new West
minister churches olllointod in tho ser
vice. Kev. P. .1. Yirmillion preached tho
ordination sermon, setting forth tho
functions of tho oftlco. Kev. X. G.
Christopher conducted the examination.
Prayer was offered by Kev. B. W. Nelson
and Hov. J. M. McGuire delivered the
Miss Hallie Norris will take a throe
years' trained nurse course in tho city
hospital al Philadelphia. She left on
Thursday last for Washington, where
she will spoild awhile with her brothor,
Mr. .las. Norris, and go on lo Philadel
phia about (letober I.
Hov. S. I,. Wilson was in Anderson
last Sunday, having Boon appointed on
a commission to organize (Ito Second
Presbyterian church of that city.
.Mrs. A. K. S;dcs, nf Waynesboro, (In.,
who has I.ll staying at Dr. Mitchell's
since Inst July, left lo-dny for Green
ville to spend tho winter. Mrs. Sides
luisa parrot mimed "Nita." which is
her favorite pel and talks very dis
tinct ly. A. I.. ( lossKTT,
If you want tho best Hoitr in this coun
try buy Boxano, highest patont and
licker's Choleo fancy patent and you will
koop poaoe in your family. .). St J, S
('arter, Westminster, S. c.
News ie and Around Return.
Ri:i I HN, S. C., September 25.-As wo
have heard nothing from our prosperous
little place, for some time, we will endea
vor to give you a few dots.
The farmersseoni to be in good spirits,
notwithstanding our crops are only
11 vornging about half a crop. Cotton is
bringing a fair price, but we are looking
for hotter prices. Some of (he cotton
mills have lol med a combination and are
running on half Hmo, and say they will
have lo stop the mills altogether on ac
count of ion cent cotton. This bluff
game will liol fool the farmers. Colton
at Liverpool is selling at l l cents pei
pound. The reports on the 21st day of
September show a decrease in thal mar
ket alone of 000,000 l?ales.
Let those mills that can't handle Mi or
12 cent cotton do like some of our little
ginneries thal can't compite with thc.
improved ginneiies, lot them conn down
As 1 have reniai ked before I believe
the world is now ready for higher prices
on everything, though I am sorry to say
lhere aro sumo of us who seem tobe a
little sol fish it) regard to higher prices.
While we are expecting ami wanting
mole for our cotton than weare getting
at pit sont, weare still holding the poor
labor* r at !J5 collis per hundred for pick
ing, Hu! same price thal was paid when
col lon was .'? and fl cents.
Mrs. lilla B, Herron ami little son
Brock returned to their home ?II Colum
bia last Saturday, accompanied by her
brother, Mr. K. T. Morgan. n. ,t, M,
Tho lu. Bes. H. I'. Northrop, D, D.,
Bishop (d Charleston, will administer
thc Sacrament of Confirmation at Wal
halla on thc ,">tli Sunday in September,
the ::nt.h day of the month.
Dowloite Elders Mobbed.
MANSKIKI.D, OHIO, Soptombor 23.-A
mob formod boro to-day and tho Dow?oito
old ore, Ephraim Bass inger, of Bluff tou,
and Silas Moot, of Lima, woro ita vic
time. The two oidora cunio in on an
Brie tralu unknown to the authorities.
Thoy woro recognized by a small orowd
at the depot, wbioh refused to lot them
entor a oab, thou followed thom up tho
strcot and HUI rounded them near tho
center of tho city. Thoy wero then
taken by tho mob to tho Richland Buggy i
Works, whoro Bassingor disrobod, but
tho orowd toro Moot's olotbing from bis
body, as bo refusod to disrobe himself.
A paint bucket and a brush were thon
Boourod and smokestack varnish, a tar- I
liko Bubstanoo, was daubed over thom <
from hoad to foot. It was matted in
their bair, and no part of their bodies
escaped but their faces. Their bodies !
woro thou partially covered with tboir
olotbing, and tho oldors wore marched 1
to tho homo of E. H. Loiby, a Zion fol- '
lowor boro, who was driven out of tho
city last Sunday. There thoy promised !
not to rot urn to Mansfield, but later thoy
said they agrood not to return unless ?
Ovorsoor Pipor nrdorod thom to como.
Thoy woro thou marched to tho oity
prison and lookod up. By applications i
of lard aud bouziuo tho blaok varnish
was removed, and, after now outfits of
clothing woro furnished, thoy woro do- 1
ported on a Pennsylvania train at noon.
Cuts and Bruisos Quickly Healed.
chamberlain's Pain Balm applied to a '
cut. bruise, burn, scald or like injury '
will instantly allay tho pain aud will heal
tho parts in lesB limo than any other j
treatment. Unless the injury is very '
sovoro it will not leave a sour, Pain 1
Balm also cures rheumatism, sprains, ,
swellings and lameness. For salo by J. '
Riot at Eastovor Causod by Bad Nogroos. '
COLUMIitA, S. C., Soptombor 24,-At (
Kastovor, twenty milos bolow this city,
nogroos working on tho cotton plantation '
of W. S. llodgo struck for advauco of 10 <
bonis a hundred for picking cotton. Tho i
demand was refused by llodgo and neigh
boring farmers. A band of uogroos 1
gathered about Ilodgo's houso, cursing j
and threatening. Ho reported tho names
of a number to the nearest magistrate. .
They woro lined $0 oacli. Nogroos fol- j
lowed llodgo from tho magistrate's ,
oflico, gathering numbers as thoy wont, i
until 100 arrived at his houso. Thoy J
surrounded his dwelling iii which llodgo,
his wife and two children, barricaded
When tho crowd advanced te tho door
Hodge shot down tho loader and thoy 1
foll back. Min. Hodge, with a rovolvor, !
stood by her husband's side during four
hours of suspenso.
Finally th roo neighboring planters 1
carno to their rescue on liorsoback and ,
scattered most of tho nogroos, who aro, i
however, still making throats. A supply
of arms was obtained from this city this 1
A Monster Devil Fish. ?
Destroying its victim, is a typo of con
stipation. Tho powor of this murder
ous malady is folt on organs and nerves
and muscles and brain. Theo's no
health till it's overcome. But Dr. King's
New Lifo Bills aro a safo and certain '
cure. Best in tho world for stomach, i
liver, kidney and bowels. Only 20o at .
all drug stores in the county.
Townvillo and Toitia Dots. 1
TOWN vu.l.K, Soptombor ??.-Wo have 1
had a good rain and ovorytbing is green
Miss Essy Clinkscalea, of Andorson,
has been spending a week with J. W.
Mr. Claud Shirley has returned homo 1
from Calhoun Fall's where he has been
Profs. Clinkscales and Ginn, of Star,
aro in town, looking after tho high
school which will begin tho llrst of Oc
Mr. Paul and Miss Rato O'Noal aro
spending awhile with tho family of Dr. i
W. K. Sharp.
Miss Kate Sharp is visiting in Ander
Dr. W. K. Sharp is putting up sonic
first-class water-works. Tho work is
being done by Mr. Brissoy, of Anderson.
Mr. J, A. Wooten is making somo ad
ditions to his residence for tho conven
ience of hoarders.
Misses Clara Hunt and Mattio Bruce
left homo Tuesday for Rock Hill, whoro
they will enter col logo.
Misses Crace and Maggio Thompson
loft last week for GroonviYlo, whore they
will re-enter Chieorn College
Mr. Wit torn Karl has gone to Clemson
Mr. lilias Karlo has gono to Vorkvillo,
whoro he will engage in business.
Mr. C. 1). (liles and daughter, Mrs. A.
lt. Marrett, wero called to the bedside
of tho wifo of Dr. O. T. J, Giles who has
been critically ill for some time, but only
reached there in timo to bo with her as
she passed from this lifo. Sho was
known to many people in this section,
who will sym path i zo with the Doctor in
Mr. ll. W McCarley will leave next
Wednesday for Charleston Collogo.
Mrs. j, C. Dickson, of Anderson, ?R
spending sumo timo with friends around
Again tho death angel visited our com
munity and took t he four-montlis-old boy
of Mr. j. N. Tribblo. His death was a
very sudden and unoxpectod shock to
the parents, who havo tho sympathy of
their many friends. MIONIOIIT STAII.
Reform the Primary.
Tho Stalo: "Tho oxpondituroof money
is growing with oach campaign. Bri
bery is on the increase and it takes many
forms. Tho uso of liquor both beforo
and on tho day of olootiOU has grown to
scandalous proportions, There is much
looseness in the mnnagomont of tho vot
ing, in some places tho party rules being
grossly disregarded. These aro not nec
essary features of tho primary system;
they are oxorosoncos on it and oan bo cut
off. We present to-day a very thought
ful letter from Mr. Hunter A. GibbOB, of
the Columbia bar, suggesting rem?diai
measures. In general wo approvo them.
Thc primary election has supplanted tho
general election in both interest and Im
portance, livery safeguard which can
be devised for Ibo goneral elections of
other States ought to bo applied to OUT
primaries ; wo aro entitled to tho best
and purest of elections.
"Wo would go farther than Mr. GIbboB
suggests and require a bionnial registra
tion for the primaries. Registration is
necessary to secure full honesty in taking
the sense of the party. At ono precinct
in this city over a hundred Democrats
were denied tho right to vote hecausn
the club officorS bad failed to pul their
names on tho poll list when they were
handed in ; while at a precinct in another
county the election was conducted with
out the voters being sworn. JllStiCO de
-? . ?
We are now receiving one of the largest
and best selected stock of dry goods,
dress goods, sliOOB, hat?, clothing, hard
ware, crockery, glasswaro and groceries.
Come and got bargains. .J. A J. S. Car
tor, Westminster, S. 0.
TuQAi.oo, S. 0., Soptombor 24.-Tho
cotton gins of Messrs. Mc.Junkin, Hur
ries and Thomas havo boon ginning a
groat deal of cotton lately.
Our pastor, Hov. C. Wardlaw," prOaohed
an able and odifyiug sortnon to a largo
congregation at South Union Sunday.
Tho collection for the Orphanage amount
ed to $13.08.
Mr. Tommie Tompkins has returned
homo after a two months' stay in Ander
Mrs. Clarissa Dicksou visitod hor bro
thor, Mr. J. L. Kendor, last wook.
Mr. David McQuiro and wifo, from
Newry, aro visiting rolativos arouud
South Union. This ls a newly married
couple and wo wish them a long and
Mr. J. J. Cromer visited homo-folks
Mr. Pick Marett, wifo and BOU from
Catooohoo factory, aro visiting relatives
Mrs. M. K. Messer and daughter, Miss
Mary, made a dying trip to Westminster
last wook. Aro sorry to hoar thoy aro
going to leavo us this fall.
Ko v. J. M. MoGuiro, from Oak way,
with his family, visitod friends boro re
Mr. Sam Mm.-rUand family havomovod
to Lavouia, Ga. Woro sorry to soo thom
A crowd of young folks wont musca
[linlng Sunday afternoon.
Miss Dora Heeder's school at 'Portia, S.
0., has closed. Sho is now at her grand
mother's, Mrs. Ualdora Wai to.
Miss Daisy Wardlaw carno down with
our pastor Friday and remained until
Sunday afternoon. Hopo to soo her
ilowti again soon.
A number of poople attended tito Hov.
Sam Jones's mooting at Toccoa, Ga.,
week before last. Among them woro
Mr. J. B. McJunkin, wifo, son and daugh
ter, Messrs. Morgan McJunkin, John
Littleton, W. L. Thomas, Sam and
[Maude Hun iss and sister Maud. They
enjoyed it immensely.
Mr. -Loft is, ono of our noar neigh
bors, is at Wostminotor helping to placo
lown tho machinery at tho factory.
Sorry lie and his family aro going to
move np there this fall.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. ?Shearer's little in
fant is very sick at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Martin's littlo boy
is also sick at this writing.
Tho angel of death visited tho homo of
Mr. J. II, Crawford recently and took
iway his oldest child Hello to a hotter
clime where there is no sickness, pain or
loath. Mr. Crawford has tho sympathy
>f all tho Sont li Union people and may
(he wound that ?H inflicted in his heart
bo healed by God's own hsnd.
Cold Stool or Death.
"There is but ono small chanco to
javo your lifo and that is through an
oporation," was tho awful prospect set
before Mrs. I. H. Hunt, of Limo Ridge,
Wis., by her doctor after vainly trying
to euro hoi of a frightful caso of stomach
trouble and yellow jaundice. Ho didn't
count on tho marvelous power of Elec
tric Hitters to euro stomach and livor
troubles, but she heard of it, took soven
hollies, was wholly cured, avoided Bur
geon's knife, now weighs moro and feels
bottor than evor. It's positively guar
anteed to euro stomach, livor and kidney
troubles and uovor disappoint?. Prico
"><>c at all drugstores in tho county.
First District Onion Mooting.
Tho first district union meeting will
bo held with New Hopo Baptist church
r?n Saturday and Sunday, Soptombor 20
ind 30, KMX).
Introductory sermon by Kev. C. L.
1st query: Which produces thc greater
emotional efl'ect upon tho heart, preach
ing tho gospol or song service? Hov. C.
Wardlaw, M. A. Woods, Hov. M. (?. Hol
'Jd query: What arc tho best means of
promoting deeper spirituality among our
church members? Hov. D. W. Hiott, J.
0. Alexander, Hov. J. M. Sanders.
?ld query: What should bo dono with
members who refuse to co-operate with
the church in its Sunday school and
prayer meeting work? Hov. J. IL Stone,
Wm. Mongold, Hov. W. T. MoAlistor.
Sunday school mass mooting on Sun
day morning. Two addresses on Sunday
school work by Hov. 1). W. Hiott and J.
Missionary sermon at ll o'clock by
Hov. J. M. Sandors.
0. lt. I). HUHNS,
J, H. UK ATTY,
J. V. MOUTON*,
i ou can spell it. cough, coff, caugh,
kauf, kali, kough, or haugh, but tho only
harmless remedy that quickly euros it is
Ono Minute Cough Cure. J, W. Hell.
Floods at Waco, Toxas.
WACO, TKXAS, Soptombor 2:t.-Heavy
rains on tho upper Brazos brought down
?i ll f toon-foot rise in tho ri vor to-day.
This OVOning the river showed signs of
tho flood, but was rising slowly, and
lacked six or eight foot of leaving its
banks. Hesidents of tho Hats in Hast
Waco aro moving out to night, fearing
that hitor rains reported to-day may
causo an overflow. Cisco and tho adja
cent county were visited by a heavy rain
ind tho Texas Central lost its bridgo
across Deep Crook, north of Cisco. A
water spout was precipitated on Brown
wood and its vicinity to-day, and tho
rise In Pecan Bayou swept, crops, fences
md farm houses away. Tho wator got
np th roo foot, in tho city of Hrownwood
ind much damage was dono. Tho rain
was accompanied hy high wind, which
wrought niuch destruction to crops and
Get fat ; get nice and plump;
there is safety in plumpness.
Summer has tried youl4
food-works; winter is coming
to try your breath-mill. Fall
is the time to brace yourself
But weather is tricky ; look
out ! Look out for colds espec
Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil is the subtlest ol
helps. It is food, tlie easiest
food in the world ; it is more
than food , it helps you digest
your food, and get more nutri
ment from it.
Don't get thill, there is
safety in plumpness. Man
woman and child.
if you Imve not tiled it, send for free Pinnule
Its hgrccnbll taste will surprise voa
sc 0 T T & no w is' i-;,
<c>9 Pearl Street, New York.
joe. and f i.oo; nil druggist.
We are receiving every day our large
purchases of Fall and Winter Dress
Goods and Trimmings, Notions,
Shoes, Clothing, Flannels,
Outings, Etc., Etc.
IN DRESS GOODS WO havo an elegant lino of Novelties in Plain and Fancy
Weaves, Sorgos, Henriettas, ('ash meres, otc., with tho "ry latest and tastiest Trim
mings in Silks and Braids to match.
Our lino of Heavy Skirt Patterns in Plaids and Figures is tho nowest in stylos
and colors to ho had.
SHOES-the very best-SHOES!
Our complete lines of Shoes for young and old alike show tho result of tiro
loss offort in selection-tho very best and at tho samo timo thc most reasonable in
prico to be had.
LADIES' FINE SHOKS.
Ladies, our Drew, Selby A Co. Shoes aro tho fl nos t in (lt, finish and wearing
qualities that money can buy. Our customers all say so, and wo know it's truo.
G ENTLEM E X 'S SI I OES.
Gontlemon, stop into a pair of our Bay State Shoos and walk to tho front. No
shoo mudo wears bottor, fools hotter or looks hotter.
CHILDREN'S, MISSES' AND BOYS' SHOKS.
If you aro looking for Children's Shoes, Misses' Shoes, Boys' Shoos, or Heavy
Shoes of any kin como direct to us. Wc aro headquarters mid will Supply your
wants to suit youi pocket book.
Our Clothing Department is complete in every line. Our purchases wore mado
to flt and pienso tho young particularly, the older men specially and everybody
REMNANTS AND JOBS.
Wo Recured a quantity of Remnants and .lobs at a price and will sell at a prico.
Those can't stay with us long and can't bo duplicated. So make your purchases
oarly and got tho best results. You can seo for yourself much better than wo can
toll you-and tho prices do tho talking.
M. W. COLEMAN & CO.,
S.EINECA, S- C:
T. E. ALEXANDER
Livery, Feed and Sale
. . Stable, . .
WALHALLA, S. C.
Good Teams and Saddle Horses.
Fertilizers and Dynamite on Hand ali
the Year Hound.
PHONE No. ll.
It. T. .IAYNICH.
J. W. SBKLOlt.
J AYN ES & SHELOll,
WALHALLA, S. C.
? ROMPT attention given to all busi
ness committed to their care.
NOTICE is hereby given that the un
dersigned will make application to
I). A. Smith, Esq., Jlldgo Of Probate for
Oconoo county, in the State of South
Carolina, al his office at Walhalla Court
House, on Friday, the 5th day Of Octo
her, I DOO, at ll o'clock in the forenoon,
or as soon th or oaf tor as said application
can he heard, for leave to make final
settlement of tho estate of H. 1). Boches
ter, deceased, and final disc lunge as Ad
ministratrix of said estate.
LEA fl IO. CHAKI,
Administratrix of Estate of II. 1). Ko
September I, 1000. 30-30
IV o Li?e ol'
NOTICE is hereby given that the un
dersigned will make application to
1). A. Smith, Esq.. Judge of Probate
for OconOO county, in the State of South
Carolina, on Saturday, the 0th dav of
October, 1000, at ll o'clock in tho fore
noon, or as soon thereafter as saul appli
cation can bo heard, for leave to make
final settlement of the estate of M. II.
Bryce, deceased, and final dist barge as
Administrator of said estate.
JAMES lt. BRYCE.
Administrator of Estate Of M. IL Bryce,
September I, 1000. 30-30,
Dr. G. C. Probst,
i > vz is rr i ? T,
Walhalla. S. C.
Of?lce two Doors East of Bank,
Horus : 8.30 A. M.TO 1 I?, M. ANO 2 TO 0
March 21, 1808.
THE STATIC OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS,
1)URSUANT TO DUO REE OF THE
A F< MESA ll) (Ol' RT, in thc caso
mentioned below, I will oiler for sale,
lo flu- highest bidder, in front of tho
(duri House, al Walhalla, S. C., on
MONDAY, the 1st day of OCTOBER,
between tho logfll hours of sale, tho
tracts of land below described:
lu the case of Joseph J. KrOtWOll, as
Executor, and S. Josephine Peoples,
as Executrix, Plaintiffs,
M. A. K. Deal, Defendant.
All that certain niece, parcel or tract
of land, situate, lying and being in Keo
wee township, County of Oconoo, State
of South Carolina, on Cane creek, waters
of Seneca ri vor, containing one hundred
acres, more or less, and adjoining lands
late ol .lames McCary, W. J. D?the and
others, being tho name tract of land con
voyed to Mrs. M. A. li. Deal by X. H.
Graham I incomber (Uli, issu.
TERMS: One-half cash, ami tho bftl
! ance of the purchase money on a credit
of twelve mont hs, with interest from
! dale al the late nf eight per cent per
! annum, Ibo purolmser to have leave lo
pay all cash on day of sale. Tho credit
portion (in the event that the same is not
I paid in cash) lo ho secured by tho bond
I of tho purchaser and A mort gago of tho
Purchaser to pity for papers and stamps.
.1*. W. NOLI,EM AX,
Master for Oconoo County.
September KKK). 80-80