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WALHALLA, S. C. :
WKDNKSUAV. OCT. ?I, 1000.
OUR STANDARD BEARERS.
WILLIAM J. BRYAN,
For Vice President
ADLAI E. STEVENSON,
Fraud Feared by Democrats.
WASHINGTON, October -"What wo
havo to fear,'' said Representative Kicli
nt'dsou hero to-day, "in the coming elec
tion is tho wholesale corruption of tho
ballot box, and 1 want to warn every
Democrat lo he on guard to provont this.
I am reliably informell that Hie enormous
campaign fund which the Kejuiblieans
havo raised will ho largely used in this
way, and it will require the utmost vigi
lanco on our part t i provont a repetition
of tho work dono in 'HO.
"At tho prosont lime everything is
favorable to tho election of our national
ticket, and, so far, it lias not developed
as to tho method the other side will em
ploy in putting out their money, bul
thoio is no doubt they will attempt cor
ruption in Somo form."
Regarding the situation in New York
Mr. Richardson said:
"Our chances in the Stale i ni provo
daily and 1 am hearing nothing but fav
orable reports from all sections. Croker
has said that ho would go to Harlem
Rridgo with 10(1,0(111, and I believe he
will bo nblo to fulfill that pro m iso, Up
tho Stato the leaders are working hard
in harmony with Croker, and 1 am satis
lied that the Republican majorities above
Now York City will be materially re
duced and that the State will be Sltfrlj
On tho genera) situation Mr. Richard
son expressed himself as being well
pleased, Ile said :
"Wo are giving out no ligures yet. but
our information is of the most favorable
nat uro. Our organization is developing
strength everywhere. In sections where
four years ago we were exceeding weak
wo are this year showing unexpected
strength, and, as far as I eau soe, we are
not materially weakened in any of tho
strongholds of 'Oil."
A new remedy for biliousness is now
on sale at .1. W. lied's drug store. It is
called Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. It gives quick relief and will
prevent the attack if given as soon as the
il rot indication of the disease appears.
Price "-'"ie. por box. Samples free.
In Hie Poor House -A Touching Appeal.
To the Hil i tors ol' Till-: Iv KOW isis Cur
ItlKli : An old soldier ill tho poor house!
Now what bas become of South Caro
lina's patriotism that she gloried in from
ISflO to 1S?5 ? Dilling these years this
old sold i or was on the baltlo-llolds of
Virginia risking his life in many bard*
fought battles. Ile was a grand patriot!
Thou when be laid down his gun at Ap
pomattox, ! en ho could do no more,
then old ?UH. Drokeii down he returned to
his home, and, like many others, to lind
all ho had gono except bis wife and two
or three children, lint in spite of all
these discouragements he ?lid not giv? nj)
work until now. To-day he is in the poor
house-a disgrace, to OCODOO COlllity and
tho remaining old soldiers.
Now who will bo tho first to leave
twenty-five or fifty cents or a dollar in
the hands of D. A. Smith at Tun Coi
Ul Kit ot nco for tho relief of this old
soldier'.' I le won't be here long. A few
more roll calls and he will answer uj>
yonder where Omi will take care of him.
Ho is now .seventy-three years old.
Voting men, who were si 11 i nu on your
mothers' lap doling these years above
mentioned, many of you when you gol
old enough to talk asked your motlier
whore your fat her was. Then caine tin
sad answer, "Child, your lather was
killed in the war,"
Now have you let ju hle and disrospool
so lill your hearts as to In- unconcerned
and unwilling to lend a helping hand to
this old veteran, who perhaps was light
ing by your father's side when ho was
shot down '.'
I heard that resolutions were passed
at somo of the soldiers' re unions at
Sandy Springs that no old soldier .should
dio in the poor house.
Now, brother, where are you to-day '.'
If you have no money soil a chicken, a
goose oi a duck and lets lake this old
veteran out ol' the poor house.
1 want to hear fruin all the old soldiers
in (iconee county through the pnpois ? ?ri
this question. If you can't write make
your mark with a seal ol' condemnation
of allowing tbest; old soldiers tn die in
Hie poor house. Ol.l> SOI.IMKU.
Walhalla, s. ( !,, < >clober 2, ll.
Do not get seared if your heart t roubles
you. Most likely you sillier from indi
gestion. Kodol Dyspepsia (Juro digests
what you eat and gives tho worn-out
stomach porfoot rest, ll is the only jue
parution known that c?mplctoly digests
all olassos of foods Thal is why il eures
the worst eases of indigestion and stom
ach trouble alter everything else hus
failed, lt may be taken in all conditions
and cannot helj> but do von good.
j. W. Doll.
Duel in a Swill-Movino, Train.
br.iiANON, Kv., September -For Ibo
firsl time in two \eais M. W. Penn and
J, h. Whitlock mel yestorday afternoon,
The meeting took plat.n a crowded
passenger train and a pistol duel lol
lowed in the presence of a sCorC nt wo
men. Whitlock dird willi his bonis rm.
They encountered each other on the
platform of tho smoking car, W hitlock
saw Penn first and started for him.
Penn apparently did not wish ID light,
for he tinned and ran. Ile passed Olli of
the smoker and into tho hllggago ear
ahead. As they neared the forward end
of the baggage ear Whitlock lin d. Thou
Penn tinned ami (Ired a shot and ad
vanned toward Whitlock, who began io
retreat slowly. Through IhrdO coaches
they fought, from tho baggage car back
into the parloi car.
The shaking ol' the haili, which was
now running ai full speed, spoiled their
aim ami the bullets How Wido of theil
mark, Passengers ducked nuder tin
seals and got out of the way as hesl HH S
could, while Hie bullets smashed win
dows .md mirrors. Conductor I!. W.
Strong entered tho smoker just as Hie
men dill an I a billie! struck him in (he
leg. In the lust coach bark of the
smoker Whitlock shirted lo inn. having
been wounded. Prim, who had also ir
ceived a bullet in his h il aim. rushed
along after him. In (he ladies' conch,
near the tear. Whitlock linnell loi a hist
stand. The train was still running rap
idly, but ona straight piece of track.
Poilll steadied himself (IgllillSl a seat,
took delib?ralo ann and pul three builds
in rapid succession within six incl.es of
each other into Whitlock's breast. lt
was good shooting, Whitlock throw up
his aims am! fell forward m the aisle
WllOII you have no fippolito, do pol
relish your food and feel dull aller ral
ing von may know Hull you nerd a dose
ol' Chamberlain's Stomach and l.lvei
Tablets. Pi iee ..'?'(C. Samples Irreal J.
W. Hell's drug store.
Bryan Will Carry tho Wost, Says Tillman.
ST. Lons, Mo., Ootobor 2.--Sonator
Hon Tillman, of South Carolina, is cam
paigning in illinois this wook, making
speeches for Bryan and Alschulor, tho
lattor is the Democratic nominee for
Tho famous wielder of tho pitchfork
spout an hour in St. Louis this morning
boioro crossing tho ri vor to hogin his
work. He spoke in half a do/.eu Mis
souri towns last week, hut Unding every
thing Democratic in this Stato, ho asked
tho National Committee to transfer him
to moro exciting Holds. As a result ho
will work in tho Republican stronghold
of Soul bern Illinois.
"I scent Democratic victory in Novem
ber," said tho Sonator to-day. "I feel it
in my bones. Thoro is going to bo a
landslide Why 1 novor saw such en
thusiasm for tho party. Missouri is all
ono way. Tho Republicans pretend to ho
making a campaign, but there is no en
thusiasm or hopo in their ranks. Mis
souri will givo Bryan and Doekery tho
largest D?mocratie victory in many
years. I have found but low Republi
cans to talk to, and can't understand
why I was sent to Missouri. I am going
over in illinois now aud look for sinners
to savo from tho clutches of Mark Hanna.
Thoro is no fun campaigning whoro
everybody is for you."
diaries 1 lani cl, in tho Atlanta Journal,
who interviewed Sonator Tillman, adds
this to li j s dispatch from St. Louis*
"Former Congressman Dockory, tho
Democratic nominee for Governor of this
State (Missouri), told mo to-day that
Missouri will givo Bryan and himself
moro than 50,000 majority in November.
Ho says there is no discord in tho party
ami that every indication points to a
swooping victory in tho Stato. Tho
Democrats evon hopo to wipo out tho
normal Republican majority in St. Louis
because of tho revolt of tho dorman vot
ers from tho Republican party.
"St. Louis usually gives tho Republi
cans 25,000 majority, but tho loaders do
olaro Bryan may carr^.-ihe city this year.
The country districts aro always over
"Tho great street railway striko in this
city two months ago has brought to tho
support of tho Democrats thousands of
voters, because of tho attitude of tho
Republican Mayor, Zoigcnheim, in that
struggle. Tho Republicans fear tho loss
of the city, and they aro preparing to
bring all tho big spell binders nore this
month, headed by Teddy Roosevelt, who
will speak in St. Louis.
"lt is only in the last two weeks that
the campaign in this city ami Stato has
taken on any lifo. There was a remark
able indifforenco on both sides until the
recent visit of Mr. Bryan, who aroused
his supporters to work, and throw a
great fright into tho ranks of tho Oliomy.
The city is now taking on a lively aspect
and the battle may bo said to be on in
earnest. Banners aro being strung
across the streets and Bryan and McKin
ley buttons are seen everywhere. Citi
zens tell ino the apathy among tho Re
publicans is unprecedented. I saw a
demonstration in ono of tho theatres two
nights ago, which indicates tho senti
ment in this Republican city. McKinley
and Roosevelt banners were brought in.
There was hardly a cheer for McKinley.
Roosevelt received a warm greeting, but
when lil yan's picturo was seen there was
a great shout and waving of fans and
handkerchiefs which continued fully a
minute. 1 saw a Republican club parade,
which was sch dilled to be a big demon
stration in support of the nominee for
Congress, but which was composed of
less than two hundred whites and blacks
willi torchlights. Tho same club tu mod
out .nero than ono thousand McKinley
shouters four years ago."
lt Happened in a Drug Store.
"One day last winter a lady came to
my drug store and asked for a brand of
cough medicine thal I did not have in
stock," says Mr. C. R. Grandin, the popu
lar druggist of Ontario, X. V. "She was
disappointed and wanted to know what
cough preparation 1 could recommend
I said to her that I could freely recoin
mend Chamberlain's Cough Uomcdy and
thal she could take a bottle of tho rem
edy, and after giving it a fair trial if she
di<l not. lind it worth ibo money to bring
back thc bottle and I would refund thc
price paid. In tho course of a day or
two tho lady caine back in company with
a friend in need of a cough medicine and
advised her to buy a bottle of Chamber
iain's Cough Remedy, i consider that a
very good recommendation for tho rem
edy." lt is foi- sale by Dr. J. W. Bell.
A Gigantic Tunnel.
ST, l'AUl., MINX., September 20.
President Hill of tho Groat Northern has
received from Chief Kngineer Stevens a
telegram staling that thc east and west
crews in tho immense boro under the
Cascado mountains havo mot. Tho two
forces working from opposite ends in the
big tunnel brought, the two ends together
with hardly the variation of au inch
Now that the tremendous (ask of boring
out over two miles of granite has been
accomplished tho work of laying tho
tracks is comparatively insignificant.
'I bo tunnel will now ho rushed to a
speedy conclusion. It is estimated that
Ino tunnel when completed will cost
!?.?,(XK),()O0. One thousand men have
been engaged nearly three years in its
complet ion and all records of timm lin
have been broken. Tho average progress
was from IS to 20 foot per day. Tin
tunnel will abolish the "switchback"
over 1 lie Cascades, which in itself has
always been looked upon as a magnifi
cent engineering achievement.
Rellim School lo Open.
RK'ITUN, October 2.-The school trus
tees mol at Return on Ootobor 1st lo ar
rang? foi* tho opening of school. On
Monday, October loth, the school will
open, with I'rof. C. W. Moore as princi
pal, The patrons should see that, their
children start at the opening if possible.
I). J. M.
Every Man for thc Great Exposition.
Tho Stato : I nder tho plan of organi
zation for ibo South Carolina Inter state
and Wes I Indian K.\ posit ion ( 'ompany, a
Coard of Commissioners waste be or
ganized consisting of four members from
each colliny, two to be nominated by the
Slate Senator and two by the President
and Secretary ol' tho South Carolina Ag
ricultural and Mechanical Sooioty, This
hoard is intended to aid ami promote the
Imposition throughout tho state ami
when organized will be of great benefit.
Nominations from all tho Senators have
liol yet been received, but the following
members having been nominated were
<luly elected, '?ho remaining mombois
will bc elected as soon as the nominations
arc sent ill :
Oconoe .1. W. Sholoi and K. K. Vernor,
Handsome commissions were issued to
those elected and forwarded with an in
vitation to meet in Columbia on Thurs
day, November 1st, during tho State
fair, for lliO purpose of organizing,
electing Ihoirchairman and other officers
and the appointing of working commit
tees, No more opportune limo could bo
selected than during the Slale Fair and
ii is Imped thal every member of tho
board will bc present.
Are grand, hut skin eruptions rob life
"t joy, lllickleii's Arnica Salve cures
them ; also old, running and lever sores,
ulcers, boils, felons, corns, warts, cuts,
bruises, binns, scalds, chapped bands,
chilblains, beal pilo cure on earth.
Drives oui pains and aches. Cure guar
anteed. Sold by all druggists. Only
'J.', cents a box.
florence Visited Again lt y Flames.
Fi.oni Si i . September 20?- Tho fiercest
lire ih.it has wrought destruction in Flor
ence since ibo great Deei nbor conflagra
tion, when Ibo business portion was
swept, occurred last night. Three brick
stores, ;i hume store, a lr.une warehouse
ami a residence wore burned to the
ground. The strenuous efforts of tho
lire department only pre von I ed t he spread
of the lire and possibly a repetition of
florence's fm mer awful experiences with
the llames. Several st 01 cs close by t hose
inn ned weie considerably damaged,
evei v glass lu some ol i hem being broken.
The total loss is cst ?mated at from ?$12,000
Short Nows Notos.
Bryan in going to try and capturo Now
fork for tho party oi tho pooplo.
Tho rotircd list of tho regular army iu
illidos 701 ofllcors on half pay, avoraging
.bout $8,000 each.
Thoro seems to bo much doubt whether
England will back America in bor posi
ton on tho Chineso questiou.
GOD. John M. l'aimer, ox-Souator from
.ninnis and candidate for President on
ho gold ticket in lSlHt, is dead.
Tho prevailing bots in Now York last
.vook on tho election were on tho basis of
to $1 in favor of McKinley.
All tho colleges in tho state havo had
rory flattering openings. Ton cords cot
on is a groat help to education.
At a negro frolic noar Union last Sat
urday night two negroes bceamo in
volved in a row. Ono was killed.
Tho groat demand in Galveston just
now is for homes for tho pcoplo who aro
niddlod togothor in any kimi of shanties.
James ll. Howard, who was found
guilty of murdoring Gov. Goobol, of
Kontucky, has boon sentenced to bo
Hawaii has closed its last school for
teaching tho nativo language lloroaftor
young Hawaiians will bo taught to talk
Whon a man is really in lovo ho is
iibout as helpless as a baby with a cold
in tho head and a boil on tts nose at the
Tho wdieat growers of South Carolina
wo fear will bo fowor in uumbor next
yoar if cottou romains nt ten couts or
Ono negro was killed and two painfully
injured by lightning nt Otranto, Berke
ley county, Inst Sunday morning. Thoy
had tnkoil rofuge undor au old shed.
Russia has bought 0,000,000 pounds of
hoof from tho Armours. Hut sho wants
it on tho hoof and in tho hido-not in
.ans. Tho fame of tho can has spread.
Richard Croker is in absoluto com
mand of tho Democratic campaign of
New York. Ho says ho feels assured
that Uryan will bo tho next Prosidont
and Stnnoh?old thc next Govornor.
Two mon wore killed and niuo injured
in a railroad wreck nt Waterloo, ?. T.,
last Sunday. Tho train was lato and was
running at a high speed when lt jumped
Tho striko situation in tho coal regions
of Pennsylvania is not improving very
fast. About 140,000 men aro out and coal
is advancing in prico just as winter is
Rev. Dr. Gilbert II, Gregory whilo
proaching to his congregation in St.
Stephen's Methodist oh ll rob, Marble
Head, N. Y., Sunday, died very suddenly.
Ho was OH years old.
W. M. Newbold, superintendent of tho
Louisville and Nashville railroad, com
mitted suicide in Birmingham last Sun
day morning by shooting himself in the
mouth. NO cause can bo assigned for
Ibo rash act.
Tho State Agricultural and Mechanical
Society for the coming Stale Kail" oilers
?l,ono in county displays-of $400, $800,
$200 and $100. ' It will'bo well for Coo
nee county to arrange at once in an o Oort
to secure ono of these prizes.
Tho Bvansvlllo (Ind.) Construction
Company has been awarded tho contract
by tho government for building a stone
dam across the Congaroo liver at Colum
bia. This is tho first step toward river
navigation for our capital eily. Work
must begin in thirty days. The contract
is $75,000. Tho American Illidge Com
pany got tho contract to build a steel
viaduct to carry the traillo of Assembly
street and electric cars over the railroads
at the union depot.
On Friday last tho little pickaninnies
cleaned 10,200 rice birds for shipment.
One day last week t hese enterprising gen
tlemen, who aro managing this business,
purchased 200,000 birds, one man alone
receiving upwards of $35 for hirds.
Tbcso toothsome delicacies aro thor
oughly picked and cleansed and paokod
one dozen in a box, presenting as agreea
ble a sight to ntl epicure as could be im
agined, and they bring fancy prices
North.-Goorgctown Times, September
Thc Aiiti-Lynchina Law.
Thc anti-lynching law of this State,
making the county responsible for dam
ages to tho family of tho victim, has re
ceived another black, says tho Charles
ton correspondent, of the State. The
correspondent adds: On January Ith,
IS07, Isaac brown, a negro, was fourni
hanging to tho railroad crossing at .still
ton, Ol angeburg county, his nock broken
and his body riddled with bullets.
Ihown s father brought suit against the
county for damages last year, but Hie
jury promptly brought in a verdict for
the e(>nnt.y. The verdict was set. aside
by Judge f?ago and another t rial of Hie
case has been had and another verdict,
rendered for the county of Orangeburg.
Tho defense offered no testimony, rely
ing lipon the failure to provo a lynching,
which they contended required tho oc
currence of a mob or a mull it mle of por
tons. Buchanan, the Presiding Jungo,
charged tho jury that a lynching might
lie committed by a mob or by any person
ur porsoiis, but tho charge appears lo
have had no cited on the jury. A mo
tion for a new trial will be made, but
this second verdict, shows conclusively
that the ant i lynching provision in t he
constitution of 1805 is a dead failure so
far as it, pr?vidos damages for the heirs
nf the victim, though M is admitted thai
in its primary object, the suppression of
lynching in this State, it has boon largely
lt is well to know that Do Witt'S Witch
Hazel Salve will heal a burn and stop thc
pain at once, lt will cure eczema ami
skin diseases and ugly wounds and sores.
It is a cor tai ll cure for piles. Counter
feits may be ottered you. Set? that you
trot tho original Do Wi tl's Witch Hazel
Salvo. ,J. W. Hell.
College President Makes Girls Prisoners.
A dispatch from .Ion os vi Ho, S.e., says:
Misses Kita I lames and Lizzie Littlejohn
went to Hickory, N. <'., to enter Clare
mont Female College. After the, two
young ladies spent one night and looked
around they were dissatisfied, They
would ne! be matriculated and proposed
lo return home. The president demur
red and refused (o let them go. They
wired home thc situation and their par
ents wired them lo return, hut the presi
dent still rofusod to let them go. Miss
Little john gol away and caine home. T.
Ii, Hames went over to Hickory after his
[laughter and Prosidont halton refused
lo give up her trunk or (he trunk of .Miss
Littlejohn. Mr. Haines offered to pay
the expense of the ?oils while they were
lhere, but (his oller was refused lind he
DU)ployed an attorney who took out pro
seedings of claim and delivery and (hi
ll links were released and Mr. Hames re
turned willi his (laughtor and tho bag
gage A datliagO suit, may be Hie result.
Whon you want paints, oil, glass, har
ness, drugs, patent, medicines or any
thing else that is to eat or wear come to
I. ev .1. s. Carter, Westminster s. c.
To Save a Ncipo M ii rd e rc r.
\ i'llKN'S, (!.\., September ?K>.- William
...auch, a negro, who is charged with
tho murder of a w hite, man and an at
tempt to murder t wo ol her whit e persons
III Libert county lasl week, will be sent,
lo Atlanta for safekeeping, .fudge Hose,
if the Superior Court, lias ordered Hie
dieriI? of lids county to transfer tho
prisoner at once. A special leim of (bc
cofirl will be held to try Krauch.
"For three days and nights I HU tiered
igony untold from nu attack of ( bolera
morbus brough! on by eating cucum
hers," says M. li. Lowther. Clerk of the
District COlirt, Conloi ville, Iowa. "I
though! I should surely die. and tried a
lozcii dilfcrenl medicines but all to no
purpose, 'sent for a bottle of Chamber
lain':. Collo, Cholera and Diarrluna Lcm
?ly fllld (bree doses relieved me (.'.
tlroly.'? This remedy is for sale by ..
Thc United states Treasury will issue
i number of bills of small denomination,
or there is general complain! all over tho
.oiintry about the shortage of change.
NEWS IN ANO AROUND WESTMINSTER.
Death ol un Aged Lady-Local and Personal
Nowt About the Town.
WKHTMINHTKR, Ootobor 3.-Tho angel
of donth is ?il wuyH busy in our laud.
First ono and thou anothor isonllod from
timo to eternity. On tho 80th ultimo as
?motlier boautiful Sabbath day and tho
month of September woro ending, Mrs.
Julia Binir, residing on North Malu
street, in westminster, roached tho end
of lifo's journey, aced 86 yoars and llvo
months. For nearly seventy years sho
had boon a mompor of tho llaptist
ohureh, and hor lifo was an example of a
good woman and a Christian. Although
sho had hoon blind for a number of yoars
it is consoling to those she loft behind
hor for tho assurance that sight is re
stored to the blind and tho darkness of
tho tomb is illuminated by tho rising of
tho great Sun of Righteousness. Mrs.
Blair was a Virginian by birth, but had
boon living in South Carolina for tho
past 0-1 yoars. Sho was a Miss Stone bo
tero hor marriage Tho family removed
from Virginia to Qoorgia ovor 75 yoars
ago. Sho loavos throo children, cloven
grandchildren and twolvo groat-grand
childron. Mrs. Amanda Jolly, ot Gor
don county, Georgia. ; Mrs. Wm. Bibb
and Miss Kato Blair, of Wes tm i ns tor, aro
hor surviving ch i hi ron. Tho oldest grand
child is Mrs. Julia Stephens, of Atlanta.
Mrs. S. \. Jameson, of Atlanta, nud
Mr. J. 1). Dickson, formerly of Westmin
ster, aro two other grandchildren. Puno?
ral sor vices wore hold in tho Baptist
church and conducted by hor pastor, Rov.
N. (J. Christopher, on Monday afternoon
at ?3 o'clock, lier romains wero taken to
tho old Westminster comotory and tutor
rod by tho side of hor husband, tho lato
Hugh Blair, who died in 1888. Miss Bibb
and Miss Blair dosiro to publica!ly thank
their neighbors and friends for their
many acts of kindness and attention dur
ing tho sickness and death of their
Capt. K. G. Spalding, tho promoter of
tho Southern shuttle and Bobbin Fac
tory, has sold ins interest in tho factory
and his beautiful homo near tho incor
porate limits of town, and loft on tho
early train this morning for Massachu
setts. For tho present ho will locato at
tho largo manufacturing city of Fall
Ul vor and will represent tho company
thora for tho next twolvo mouths aha
perhaps longor. Wo aro sorry to loso Mr.
and Mrs. Spalding. During their llvo or
six years' stay in Westminster they niado
many friends, whoso friendship and
esteem cannot bo severed by their de
At a meeting of tho board of trustees
of the High school, hold on Saturday
before last, anothor assistant teacher was
olootcd in tho poison of Miss Minnie
Smith, of Thotnnston, Ga. Miss Smith
having accepted tho position, assumed
ohargO of her school duties on Monday
last. Sho is a grad?alo of tho H. F.. Lee
Instituto at Thomas ton, and comes
Messrs. Dewitt. King, T. Wilson, R.
Leo and Miss Sallio Blackwell boarded
tho train hero yesterday for tho Cedar
Springs Institute for tho deaf and dumb.
Mr. Booro, of Anderson, has bought
Mr. Spalding's house and laud.
Mrs. Wm. Stribling recently niado a
short visit to Clemson Collogo, accom
panied by hor son, Samuel Leo. Mr,
Stribling is to bo congratulated on tho
good record ho has mado at tho College,
having begun his second session with no
demerits attached to his reports.
Rev. .las. L. McLin and family, of
Anderson, returned homo yesterday,
after spending several days pleasantly
with his sisters, Mrs. II. B. Zimmerman
and Mrs. Mrs. F.. A. Norris.
Mr. Daniel V. butler is building alargo
and commodious barn on his lot in tho
On tho 12th of Soiitcmber, Rev. II. C.
Anderson, pastor Ol tho colored Baptist
church of this place, assisted by Rev. S.
J. James, closed one of tho most success
ful protracted meetings in tho history of
the church. Baptized 12, received by
letter 12 and restored 1, making 26 ad
ditions during tho meeting and 82 dur
ing the year. Tho olliccrs and momhers
have gone to work to raiso $235 to lix
and repair the church and make it a
comfortable house of worship.
Mr. h. A.Tannery, of this county, began
(dorking for J. A; J. S. Carter on Octo
Miss Corrie McDowell is at hor homo
in Groonvillo county, having been sum
moned there a few days ago on account
of her mother's serious illness.
Wo aro very sorry indeed to loam of
the death of that most oxcollont young
man, Mr. W. I). Ellison, tho fourth son
of Mr. A. II, F.llison. VoungMr. Billson
spent several months hero buying cotton
seed for the Seneca Oil Mill and made
scores of friends.
The Chcswoll Cotton Mill Company
will he ready to buy cotton in a few days.
Maj. I?. II. Cross is their buyer.
Within the past week tho congregation
of tho Presbyterian church have hoard
two able and edifying sermons by Revs.
J, !.. McLin and Jos. T. Dendy, tho for
mer preaching on Sunday morning and
the latter on Thursday evening.
The dead body of Ernest Heaton passed
here on tho evening train Monday, lie
was the son of Mr. W. J. Doa ton, of
Toccoa, who once resided at Fort Madi
son, in this cOunty. Tho deceased was
a telegraph operator, and died at Green
wood, where bc hold a position.
Tito steed smokestack at tho cotton
mill is erected, lt is KIT feet high.
Cotton seed are bringing !S2 (rents per
hundred pounds on this market. The
prico of cotton ha? ranged from OJ toto
cents per pound on this market.
A. Ii. GoSSKTT.
For sprains, swellings and lameness
there is nothing so good as Chamber
lain's Fain Kahn. Try it. For salo by
J. W. Boll.
Explosion Kills Twenty.
LouitKNZO MAUQUKX, October I.-An
explosion occured at Komafipoort whilo
tho british were destroying the Bocrain
munntion, resulting iii tho death of
twenty of the (Jordon Highlanders.
Poisoned by Mushrooms.
IIACKKNSACK, October 1.-Thc entire
family of I.conoid Ludwig was found
prostrated this morning and a physician
worked an hour over them. The causo
wiis a mystery until Dr. Conrad visited
the kitchen and found a saucepan tilled
with mushrooms, among which wero a
lot of toad-Stools. Tho mother and chil
dren will recover, but Ludwig is in a
Dr. W. IL Lewis, Lawrenceville, Va.,
writes: "I am using Kodol Dyspepsia
( ure in my practico among severo cases
of indigestion, and lind it an admirable
remedy." Many htUldrodsof physicians
depend on the uso of Kodol Dyspepsia
( ure in Stomach trouldes. It digests
w hat you cat, and allows you to eat all
the good food you muid, provided you
do not overload your stomach, (?ives
instant relief and a permanent cure.
J. W. Well.
Withdrawing hom China.
\VASIII.\'OTON, Ootobor I.-Tho War
Depart in il. has received a cablegram
from <louerai ('hailee Indicating that ho
had received instructions to withdraw
mos' ol' the United States forces fiom
('ht .a, ami has provided. In accordance
with those instructions, for the legation
British Killed by an Explosion.
Loitl N /o M A mo i:/, OctobOr I.-An
explosion occurred at. KoUiporO while
the british were destroying Boer ammu
nition, resulting In tho doath of twenty
< ?onion Highlanders.
wc uro now receiving ono of tho largest
and best selected stock ol dry goods,
dress goods, shoos, hats, clothing, hard
waro, crockery, glassware and groceries.
( 'onie and gel bargains. J. A J, s. Car
I or, West minster, S. ( ',.
At a co.1 .-en I ion of Spanish war veter
I, ians in Washington Col. James ll. Till
man, of South Carolina, was elected
senior Vico Contmnndor-in-Ohiof. (Jen.
Nelson A. Miles is thc Commander hi
We Have More Clothing than Seneca and its Neighboring Towns Put
Together-Most of it from Railroad CompanyTWe Can Save You
Fifty Per Cent on Every Suit-Nothing Ever Shown as Cheap.
Can Fit Anybody-Don't Miss Seeing Our Line.
Prints, Percals, Sheeting,
Ono CftBo 01-inch Cloth, Fast Color Prints.<lo.
Ono Caso For?ais, worth 10c, for. 7o.
Iloavy 4-4 Shooting, worth 8?c, at. ?5c
A PULL LINE OF WOOL DRESS GOODS AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
Furniture, Furniture, Eurniture.
EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE COMPLETE.
Iron bods from.*3.60 to $16.00.
Oak Post Bods at.
Dressers from.*3.G0 to $15.00.
A Big Lot of Staple Shoes fi om Railroad Company at Fifty Per Cent Off.
A Full Line that You Can Buy at Wholesale Prices.
If you want
A NICE TRUNK
be sure and see our line, as they are
much cheaper than you ever saw them.
We Sell the
BEST STOVE MADE.
Get a " NEW ENTERPRISE" and
make your wife happy.
Ballard's Flour Always on Hand.
Come to Adams's Big Store to get Bargains.
J. H. ADAMS
, POOR MAN'S FRIEND,
S JE JV IC <J-A., SOUTH CAROLINA.
LAND TO RENT.
rp WO or thrco-horso farm; good ini
_L provomonts; Rood bottom land for
corn, and good upland for cotton and
wheat. Apoly to
DU. J, M. M cOLAN A HAN.
WcHtmiiiBtor, S. C.
October .'I, 1?KM). -10-4:1
Applo Crop Damagod.
Tho West Indian hurricano which de
stroyed (?alveston and other towns on
tho Texas coast, and which did so much
damago to tho cotton crop in tho samo
locality, swept up through tho Missouri
valley-across tho lako region-and
northern .States and maratimo provinces,
occasioned untold loss to applo farmers
whore fruit was still on tho trees. At
least half tho winter fruit has boon blown
from tho trees by tho fatoful storm.
Some weeks ago the applo crop in
Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin,
Illinois, Michigan, Now York and Now
Kngland was considered tho liuest on
record. Now tho question of high prices
for dioico fruit is considered a certainty.
Tho fruit battered hy tho storm may
not all bo lost, hut the damago is heavy.
When von cannot sloop for coughing,
it is hardly necessary that any ono should
toll you that you need a fow doses of
Chamberlain's Cough Uomedy to allay
the irritation of tho throat, and make
sloop possible lt is good. Try it. For
salo by J. W. Holl.
A Riot in Gooryctown.
Coi.UMllIA. S. C., October 1.-This
morning at 12,50 o'clock Governor Mo?
Swooney received a telegram from Mayor
W. I). Morgan, of Oeorgotown, appeal
ing for tho militia to ho ordered out to
suppress a threatened race riot. Tho
Governor immediately wirod Col. Spark
man, of Goorgotown, to havo his cavalry
troops hurried thoro, Tho trouble was
caused by a negro killing a white man.
Goorgotown is on tho coast and tho
nogroos outnumber tho whites over
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon thc mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney (rouble has
become so prevalent
(hal lt ls not uncommon
for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ales (oo often, if thc
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it ls yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon lt, (he cause of
the difficulty is kidney (rouble, and the firs!
step should be towards (he (rcatrncnt of
these Importani organs. This unpleasant
(rouble is due io a diseased condition of (he
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
mos? people suppose.
Women as well as men arc made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need (he same great remedy.
The mild and (he Immediate effect of
Swamp-Root ls soon realized, h ls sold
by druggists, in fifty
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample holde by mail
free, also pamphlet lell- iiomo of swiuupitont
lng . ll about it, Including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
Wo aro dV'y receiving our pur
chases recently made in thc
Northern markets and aro show
ing all the latest novelties in
Linings and Trimmings.
Whilo wo woro away a promi
nent contractor added 850 feet
moro shelving to our storo room,
and already it lias boon found
inadequate to accommodate the
many and beautiful things wo
Will Plaids ho worn this fall'.'
Yos, honey, and next spring,
too. Whilo wo were in a large
house in Bal ti moro a representa
tivo of a dress goods mill was
showing his spring lino, and he
had Plaids as big as your hat.
Remombor that wo aro head
quarters on Fino Dry Goods,
Shoes, Hats, Pants and Trunks.
Von live two-thirds of your
timo in your shoos. Why not
havo that habitation the host?
Tho ninth big shipment of tho
Hamilton-Brown shoe Co.'s lino
lo arrive early next week.
Octobor Fashion Shoot of tho
Now Iden Patterns in our store.
Come and get ono freo.
A Stupendous Offer.
Let Our Competitors Tromble.
Wo will prosont to every baby
horn in Oconoo county next year
its Hist pair of Shoes, made of
lino Yioi Kid, hy the Hamilton
Brown shoe Company.
Yout'S for (Moth and Shoes,
V. L. NORMAN,
WALHALLA, S. C.
I'his world belongs (o (ho energetic.
fVe are receiving every day our large
purchases of Fall and Winter Bress
Goods and Trimmings, Notions,
Shoes, Clothing, Flannels,
Outings, Etc., Etc.
n ? i
IN DRESS GOODS wc lavo no elegant lino of Novoltios in Plain and Fancy
i/oRv?s, Sorgos, Henriettas, Cash moros, etc., with tho vory latest and tastiest Trim .
nags in Silks and Braids to match.
Our linc of Iloavy Skirt Patterns in Plaids and FiguroB is tho nowest in stylos
nd colors to bc had.
SHOES-the very best-SHOES !
Our completo linos of Shoes for young ?md old alike show tho result of tiro
ns ofTort in solection-tho very best and at tho samo timo tho most rcnsonnhlo in
rico to he had.
LADIES1 FINK SHOES. ^
Ladies, our Drew, Selby & Co. Shoos aro the ('mest in lit, finish and woaring
uahtiOB (hat money can buy. Our customers all say so, and wo know it'n truo.
Gentlemen, step into a pair of our Ray Slate Shoos and walk to tho front. No
lido made wears hottor, feels better or look., better.
CHILDREN'S, MISSES' AND PO VS' SHOES.
If you aro looking for Children's Shoes, Misses' Shoes, Hoys' Shoos, or Heavy
lllOOS of any kind, como direct to us. Wo aro headquarters and will supply your
pants to suit your pocket book.
Our Clothing Department is complete in every lino. Our purchases woro made
o fit and ploaSO tho young particularly, the older men specially and everybody
REMNANTS AND JOBS.
We secured a quantity of l."< inants and Jobs at a price and will sell at a prico.
['hose can't stay with ns long and can't bo duplicated. So make your purchases
arly and get tho best results. YOU can seo for yourself much hotter than wo can
ell you-and tho prices do tho talking.
M. W. COLEMAN & CO.,