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Will muko you givo
necessary whoa you cnn g>
One-Aftb of what it cost ye
Writing Pads, Ponoi
Material, otc. Whoa you
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V, S.-Just rooeivod a fresh lino of Ca
Itoral aub IkrsanaL
-"Bloom sells it for loss."
-Mr?. J. \V. Keys, of Easioy, is visit
ing relatives in Walhalla.
-Jaynos's opening is 12th and 18th,
Friday and Saturday of this wuok.
-The many friends of Mrs. J. 1). Porty
I'Ogrot to leam of her contiiuiod sickness.
-Two spools of thread for f> couts at
--Joseph W. Sholor, Esq., was in Ab
bovillo last week on professional busi
-Whoa you call at Jaynos's Friday
and Saturday ask to seo his hardwnro,
wagons ?md buggies.
-Kev. 1). 1\ Reardon will preach at
tho Oki Westminster Baptist church on
tho third Sunday in this month at ll
o'clock A. M.
-Thc time of tho mooting on Thurs
day afternoon at thc Kvangolieal Lutheran j
church is changed from live to half past
-The October term of United States
District Court will convene in (?reenvido I
next Tuesday with Judge W. li, Draw*
-Miss Kva Reeder, of Oak way, is stay
ing with her sister, Mrs. J. 1*. Reese, and
is om ploy ott in C. c. J ay a OB' dross-mak
- K. R. Lucas, President ol' too Wal
halla cotton mill, was in Qrooiivlllo on
last Saturday and Sunday tho fliest of
W. P. Conyors.
-Tho many friends of Miss Delia '
Frasier rogrot to learn of herserions ill
ness at thc home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Frasier.
- Mr. 1). Ootkors left Tuesday on an
extended visit to (?erinany. Ho expects
to spend t wo mont bs in tho Fatherland
visiting relatives and friends.
-Specimens of your fl nos t grains,
vegetables, linoly-bred stock, 1 liol liding
poultry, should bo shown at tho State
Fair, Octoberth ti) November 2d.
- Next Sunday is to bo thc regular Fall
Communion in the Evangelical Lutheran
church. The subject of tho sermon ;s to
bo "Conversion." All are welcome.
-Spartan burg Free Lance, October
lilli: "Mr. John C. Carey, President of
thc Lockhart Mills, has bought a lot in
this city and will at once erect a $10,000
-Tho premium list of the State Agri
cultural and Mechanical Society shows
ail increase in the number 6f premiums
and a decided increase in tho value of
-A collection amounting to $11.00
was taken up in thc Presbyterian church
on the fourth Sunday in September ?iud
forwarded lo Gov. Sayers, of Texas, for |
thc Galveston indict' fund.
-Thc personal property belonging to
tho estille ol' the late W. Calo way Stone
will bo sold by the heirs at the residence
ol' tho deceased on Friday, Ittth instant,
at ll A. M.
- Farmers, take or send to the State
Fair, Octobor 20th to Novombor 2d, tho
fruits ot' your labor, that you may not |
exclaim as many have done every year:
"1 can boat that.''
-Mr. W. F. Scotia, ol' Jacksonville. I'la.,
arrived in Walhalla last Saturday after
noon and remained until Tuesday. The
occasion of his visit was tho death and
burial of his fat her.
- Mrs. E. M. Cud worth was called to
Charleston Tuesday on account ol' the
illness of Mr, ('lulworth who is suffer
from an attack of hemorrhagic fever. His
friends hope for his recovery.
-Tho laulies' Foreign Missionary
Society of tho Walhalla Methodist Epis",
copal Church. South, will meet in
monthly session in said church on to
morrow v thursday) afternoon at I
- Mr. ?md Mis. (i. R. Max well returned
from Hamlet, \. c., last Friday bringing
with them their son, Mr. S. Karlo Max
well, who is recovering from an attack
of fever, since his arrival in Walhalla
be is rapidly recovo ring.
- Mr. St. Julian Dendy, Hu; youngest
son of Capt. and Mrs. S. R. Dendy, loft
for Charleston last Wednesday morning
to enter the South Carolina Military
Academy. We wish our young friend
groat .success in his studies.
- Prill}.' all your family to Jaynos's
Friday and Saturday. We want yon to
see our dress goods and notions, ladies'
capes and jackets and boas, men's ami
boys' clothing, overcoats and shoes for
-There will bo an important confer
ence in the Walhalla Baptist church on
next Sunday morning, l nh instant. All
members aro earnestly requested to be
present. Preaching by thc pastor at ll
oclock A. M., ?md 8] o'clock P. M.
- I am lalo with my announcement,
but I now have ami will carry a good
line of millinery this season. Will have
ii competent lady lo assist me as trim
mer. I, II. K. Mri ; ia;.
West minster, s. ( '.
- Mr. J. I!. K, Sloan ami his son, Mr.
.loo Sloan, of Charleston, wero in Wal
halla one day last week on business, Mr.
Sloan has been spending two months at
his summer home near Pendleton. His
many friends aro pleased lo meet him
- Dr. Jiibe/ Jones, who has been one
of tho physicians in charge of (ho Grady
Hospital in Allanta, l'or the past year.
is now the house physician of the Sa
vannah (Georgia) Hospital. Di. .Jones
is one of Oconoo's yoting men and we
shall waddi his career as a promising
physician with continued interest.
- A band of fox hunters, composed of
Messrs. Wm. J. Slribling, W. I >. Strib
ling, R. ii. Gaines, c. IL Mayhew, J. R,
Kay anil K. lt, Kay, have been mil several
mornings lately. They have had some
oxoiting racosand caught four loxes. \
pack of (Iltoon dogs can make inspiring
music when they open on a hoi trail.
-The Commissioners of state and
Federal Klectlons tor Goonoo county re
quest ns to say thal they endeavored lo
have appointed as managers of election
ii 11 who served in the primary elections,
where it was possible lo do so, but ow
ing to the urea te i number ol primary
precincts il has been impossible lo so
arrange it io appoint all.
- Re\. <;. F. Clarkson was culled lo
Ki ti gs tree last SMurdny by a telegram
announcing the death of Miss Daisy
Kennedy, his sister in law, which sail
event occurred at Gaffney, S. c. flor
body was carried lo K ingstVoO foi burial,
She died just niue weeks aller her sister, 1
Mrs. Clarkson. The bereaved parents
ami relatives have I ho synipal h j of manj
- Mr. J. S. Floyd, who lives in tho
suburbs of Walli ilia. '. i I on oxhi' ilion (
at the furniture store ol Mr. J. J. ,nscl, :
on Monday a stalk of coin li!) fool high,
with :.*!'> blades ami two g.| oars til
corn. Tho cars were ll fool from the
ground on the stalk. Mr. Floyd pur
chased tho seed in Augusta, Ga,, ami
planted them in Juno. The coin is
white ?md Ibo grains aro Inrgo,
- Lnnney's s Hour Liver Regulator is
the host remedy io relieve thc various
forms of headache, including nervous
and sick headache, and il is sale lo say
that nine oases out ol' ton.of this dis
tressing complaint are due lo an inactive
or sluggish liver willi const i paled bow els.
A few doses ol Lnnney's s Hour Livoi
Regulator will soon restore these organs
to their proper functions and headache i
ceases. In the same manner il regulates
the bowels, preven?s constipation andi
piles, rolievos all forms <>i biliousness,
such ?is dizziness, nausea, coated tongue,
loss of appotiic, ,vc. Try it. Largo ;
pnekagos 200. at Lnnney's,
up lill thoughts of economizing. It Isn't I
ot ovorything tho ohildron nood for about
?ur fathers. My stook iuoludos:
ls, Sponges, Crayons, Pons, Ink, Drawing
want a lot of thoso tbiugs I will mako lot j
H. DARBY, Druggist.
-Acid for wheat, at Jaynos's.
-A ( ten [ion lu callod to tho advortiso
lnontof abridge to lot lu another column.
-On Friday and Saturday of this week,
tho 12th ?ltd '."th, C. G. Jayuos will have
his opening. His dross goods and notions j
will bo ou display. You aro rospootfully
invited co g'.vo bun a call.
Whoa you cannot sloop for coughing,
it is lu idly necessary that any ono SnOUld
toll you that you nood a fow dosos of
Chnuiborlaiu's Cough ltomody to allay;
tho irritation of tho throat, and mako
sloop possible, lt is good. Try it. For
salo by J. \V. Holl.
List Ot Letters.
Dist of letters remaining in tho Wal
halla post oflico Soptonibor !50th, un
claimed: E. J. Kuykondall, /.ackson Sin
gleton, I. J, Warren, Ira Dogons, Mrs.
Manda Hammonds, Miss Gano Simpson,
Miss Broman, in onre of Dr. John Do
Wit'. Parties calling for any of tho j
above wili pleaso say they havo boon
advertised. J. M. MuitHICK, P. M.
Brave Men Fall
Victims to stomach, liver and kidnoy
troubles as well as women, and all feel
the results in loss of appetite, poisons in
tho blood, backache, nervousness, head
ache and tired, listless, run-down feeling.
But there's no need to feel like that.
Piston to J. W. Gard nor, Idavillo, Ind.
Ho says: "Electric Bitters aro just tho
thing for a man when ho is all run down,
and don't caro whether ho lives or dies,
lt did moro to give mo now strength and
good appotito than anything 1 could
take. 1 can now eat anything and havo I
a now lease on lifo." Only 50 couts, at
all drugs stores in tho county. Every |
Close of thc Baptist Protracted Mooting.
The series of mootings which havo
been conducted in tho Baptist church at
this place since tho evening of Septem
ber 27th woro concluded last Sunday
night. Itov. Oliver J. C'opoland, of An
derson, assisted the pastor and did tho
greater part of tho preaching, services
being held in thc morning and evening
oaoh day. Tho attendance foi tho first ?
two or three meetings was rather small,
but increased in interest and numbort
until tho last servico when thc largo
building ot* tho Baptist congregation was
not snfliciont to accommodate tho con
gregation. On Sunday night not moro]
than two-thirds of thc people could find
seats in tho building. Tho doors and
windows wore filled with anxious listen
ers. Mr. Copeland preached sumo twenty
forcible and earnest gospel sonnons. Tho
business houses of tho town were close*
during each service for tho last week.
We feel that much end lasting gooil ?nay
have resulted, If not, tho fault does not
lie at tho door of the preachers. Tho
ministers of tho di ff oren t churches joined
heartily in tho meetings, and,as a result,
tho Methodists received sovoral acces
sions to their church, This was Mr.
Copeland's first meeting outsido of his
own church, but ho developed remarka
ble ability as an evangelist, lie ls a tal
ented young proacborand a bright future
awaits him. Tho churches havo been
much revived and many sinnors havo
boon made to think. Some twelve
ilftooti conversions were professed. Tho
pooplo of Walhalla would certainly bo
gratified t?) have Mr. C'opoland visit our
town and bold another meeting.
"For throe days and nights I suiYorod
agony untold from an attack of cholera
morbus brought on by eating cucum
bers," says M. E. Lowther, Clerk of tho
District Court, Gotitorvillo, Iowa. "1
thought I should surely die, timi trioda
dozen difforout medicines but all to no
purpose. 1 sent for a bottle of Chamber
lain's ('?die, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy and throe closes relieved mo en
tirely.'' This remedy is for salo hy J.
Furmnii University has entered upon
what promises to bo a most successful
y: ar. Two hundred and twolvo students
are ill attendance, tho largest, in its his
tory. lt is proposed to raise $10,000 to
build a dormitory for the accommoda
tion of tho students next year.
A new remedy for bilioilStlCI is now
on salo at J. W. Boll's drug store. It is
called Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets, ll gives (pock relief timi will
prevent the attack if given as soon as the
lust indication (d' tho disease appears.
Trice 25c. per box. Samples free.
An exchange wants to know what be
comes of $20,000,000 worth of chowing
gum that is sold in the United States
every year. That's easy enough. Just
feid around under thc chairs and sofas
and honchos and you will find it.-West
lt is well to know that DeWitt's Witch
I bizoi Salve w di beal a burn and stop the
pain at once, lt will cure eczema and
skin diseases and ugly wounds and sores.
lt is a certain cure for piles. Counter
foils may bc odored you. Seo that you
gel the original DeWitt's Witch Hazed
SlllVO. J- W. Bell.
Kvery college in the State reports an
increased at tendance
If yon baw neuralgia, St oil's
TCnuilsion o? Gt xl I .iver ( )??
will feed thc nerve I lint is cry
ing for food- ii is hungry
and sc i your whole body going
again, in a way to satisfy nerve
and brain from your usual food.
That i> c ure.
li you arc nervous rmd irri
table, you may only need more,
iai lo cushion your nerves
you arc probably thin- and
Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver
Oil will give you thc fat, to be
(aire, so far as it goes,
[.lill c ure is getting thc fat.
\ou need from usual food, and
Scott's limulsion w ill help you
ti ybii liav? not tried ll, send for free ?ample,
ii- ..-i? - ihle inslc will siiipflsc voil.
SCOTT a IIOWNK, Chemist*,
<?,<>, ii\tv.ni sun t, New Wak.
: nm] ji.oo? ?iii druggists,
REMEMBER THAT BL(
AT BLOOM'S YOU WILL AL
Doath ol J. B. Sanders, Esq.
J. 13. Sanders, Esq., died nt his homo,
noar Oakway, in this county, at noon on
Wednesday, October 3d, after a brief ill
ness. In his doath Oconoo loses ono
of hor most useful and rospoctod citizens.
Ho was born oh tho 8th day of Jauuary,
IMO, and was in his sovonty-llrst yoar.
In early lifo ho married Miss Mary Mc
Donald. Of this union two sons and
Iii roo, daughters still survive She died
several years ago, and ho married Miss
Klizahoth Horbort, who also predeceased
him about two months. In all tho rela
tions of lifo ho was found to bo a truo,
noble, honest man. Actuated by tho
highest ideas of duty ho sorvod his day
and generation with lldelity. From
early youth hu utilized every opportunity
and turned it to best account. For
nearly Hf ty years bc was a surveyor, and
ho sorved as Trial Justice and Magistrate
for over thirty years. In tho last Demo
cratic primary olection ho rocoivud tho
highest numbor of votes polled for any
candidato, and had he lived, ho would
have been appointed his own successor
as Magistrate Ho was also a loyal mem
ber of tho Mothodist Episcopal church,
South, and contributed liborally of his
time and moans to tho support of hor
institutions. Ho in ado it a rule to give
one-tenth of Iiis income for this purpose,
and ho was scrupulous in its observance.
It has been said that he missed only two
quarterly conferences tu tho last thirty
flve years. Ho ?jaw long servico as stow
ard, aleo as secretary for church, quar
terly and District Conferences. Ho also
frequently went as a lay delegate to tho
Annual Conferences of his church, ami
always delighted in tho dischargo of his
Christian duties. It can truly bo Haid of
him that a ;;ood man and an bumble
Christian has entered upon his reward,
and his works do follow him. His funoral
services wero conducted In tho Conter
Methodist church on Thursday morning
at eleven o'clock, by Rev. J. W. bailey,
assisted by Revs. J. M. McCuiro and 1).
Ii. Whitaker, and attended by a largo
concourse of sorrowing friends. His
mortal remains were interred in tho Cen
ter burying ground.
When you want paints, oil, glass, har
ness, drugs, patent ruedic'mos or any
thing else that is to eat or wear come to
J. & J, S. ('arter, Westminster, S. C.
Wo are daily receiving our pur
chases recently mado in the
Northern markets and aro show
ing all tin; latest novelties in
Linings and Trimmings.
While we were away a promi
nent contractor added ;i."i<i feet
moro shelving to our store room,
and already it has been found
inadequate to accommodate tin;
many and beautiful things we
Will [Maids bo worn this fall?
Yes, honey, and next spring,
too. While we were in a huge
house in baltimore a representa
tivo of a dress goods mill was
showing his spring line, and he
had Plaids as big as your hat.
Remember that we are head
quarters OH Fine Dry Conds,
Shoes, Hats, Pants and Trunks.
You live two thirds of your
time in your shoes. Why not
have that habitation the best'.'
The ninth big shipment of (he
Hamilton brown Shoe Co.'s line
IO arrive early next week.
October Fashion Shoot of the
N'ew Idea Patterns in our store.
Come and get ono free.
A Stupendous Offer.
Lot Our Competitors Tremolo.
We will present to every baby
boin in Oeonec county next, year
its first pair of Shoes, made of
tine Yici Kid, by thc Hamilton
brown Shoe Company.
Yours for Cloth and Shoes,
V L NORMAN,
WALHALLA, S. C.
This world belongs to thc energetic.
?red Before in the County.
)0M CARRIES THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LI?
t CENT CHEAPER THAN OTHERS WILL SELL YOU. T
SO FIND A FULL LINE OF SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, .
SUING GOODS, TRUNKS AND VALISES. J
I CASH BARGA
LOUIS BLOOM, Proprietor.
We are showing the pref (lost and most complete
line of DRESS HOODS, in all the latest novelties that
the Northern markets afford.
Plain and .Fancy Skirt Patterns, Suitings in Cov
ert Cloth, Tricot, Broad Cloth, French Flannel, Serges,
etc. Som e of th e prettiest we h a ve a rc inexpensive, and
the very finest are quite reasonably priced. The sails
and patterns are all carefully selected. We have no
two alike. Come he fore the slock is broken and* make
your selections. We match the trimmings for you.
Our Linings are an added attraction to our Dress
Goods Department. Wc gi ve special attention to this
line. We keep the most complete linc lo be found.
Anything you want for any kind of a dress, any
shade, any kind, an y price.
Tn Table Damasks and Linens, Doylies and
Napkins oar slock is unsurpassed. Thc line is one of
our specialties. We keep it complete and up-to-date.
Heavy all- Li nen Damasks in Bleached and Un
bleached', Turkey Bcd, Checked and Blain. Best
quality, best prices.
M. W. COLEMAN & GO.,
S JUIN KCA, S?. O.
See us before buying Bagging and Tics.
Bcd Host ?'roof (hits direct from Texas.
Wo uro now rc i y to show you ono of tho best and largest stocks
of goods ovor bi'OUght to this county. The ladies who have visited
our store say oms is tho best, selected and nicest line of DRESS
GOODS ever seen here. Our prices are below any omi ol80, because
our expenses arc less than merchants who do business in larger
places. Oui' line of
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, EDGINGS, INSERTIONS,
KINE LACK CURTAINS, 7.">c. up to s:..on.
Carpets, Rugs, Mat ting, and numbers of other ai tides that you
lured that we have not space and time to specify.
All wc ask is for you to visit, our store and we will please you in
prico, quality and style of goods.
J. & J. S. CARTER,
Mr. Edwin W. Marsh, one of tho mer
i liants who first did a wholesale busi
ness in Atlanta, (ia., died at his home in
that, city last. Sunday, 7th instant, aged
seventy-six years. Ho was esteemed as
0110 ol' Atlanta's most ?ullucntial and
wealthy ci ti/.OHS.
Ked liol from the (Jilli
Was thc ball that hit G. H. Steadman
of Newark. Mich., in the civil war. lt.
mused horrible ulcers that no treatment
helped for 20 years. Thee Rm klen's
Arnica Salvo cured him. Cures cuts,
bruises, burns, hoil'l, felons, corns, skin
eruptions, best pt o euri! on earth, ".i"?
rents a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by
111 druggists in the county.
A Closo Call.
Mr. John M. (luiUlicutt caine very near
being killed on last Saturday, Ulli instant,
nt the hands of Jesse Julian, who, it is
?aid, without, provocation, while at his
DWIl dinner table, (lunniotltt being his
invited guest, drew his pistol ami tired,
Hie ball striking his victim on thc top of
his head on right side, thc leaden bullet
imlting its way through tho hair, skin
ind mUSOlOB to the bono, without break
ing the skull. Mr. Julian lives near Old
1'iekons, In OcOllOO county. Mr. Minmi
['.ult has sworn out a warrant, against
lillian, charging him with assault and
battery <d' a high and aggravated nature
with intent to kill. Ile is now in tho
hands of Sheriff Moss.
Confederate Soldier in thc Poor Rouse.
Messrs. Editors : I saw in your paper
last wook t hat there is an old Oonfcdorato
soldier in the poor house! Shanie on
Goonoo county. lt isn't, worth while to
ask the old soldiers to give their mile,
for I know they will. I ask tho sons of
veterans lo show themselves men and
lend a helping band. Kor (bid's sake
let us take this old soldier out. 1 am an
old soldier myself and lost, at much
blood on the baltic Meld as any man to
live. I will help lo tho last cont.
I). W. PfcNPf.KY.
Tugnloo, S. C., October 8.
Working Night and Day.
Tho busiest and mightiest little thing
thal was ever made is Dr. King's New
Rife Pill, livery pill is a sugar-coated
globule nf health, that changos weakness
.into strength, listlessness into energy,
' bram fag into mental power. They're
Wonderful in building up the health.
Only 2?C. per box. Sold by all druggists
in the count v.
President Kilgo, of Trinity College, N.
j c., announced at a mass mooting in Cra
ven Memorial Hall that Mr. Washington
I toke had given another hundred thou
I sand dollars lo tho endowment of Trinity
I College This makes $fl(H),000 given by
the hoke family to this institution, and
I all of tho money was made out of Dillie
What about Mon's Suits for only $1.98? Wo can save you from 35 to 60 por cent on
Mon's Suits, all colors and all stylos, and our $7.50, $10.00, $12.00, $15.00 and $17.50
ALL WOOL, woll worth $0.50-our special Mon's Suits.
bargain price, $2.98. Boys' Suits, all colors and all stylos, from
This moans we aro going to soil them, so bo $1.60 to $7.50. Children's Suits, any color,
on time and got just what you want. any style, any price from 45c. to $5.50.
OF CLOTHING IN OCONEE COUNTY AND WILL SELL YOU FROM 35 TO 50
^RY HIM AND YOU WILL BE THOROUGHLY CONVINCED.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. REMEMBER THAT WE ARE
THREE DOORS BELOW THE POST OFFICE.
(..Bloom Sells It For Less.")
Three Doors Below the Post Office
This Space is Reserved for
C. G. J?YNES
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, Etc.
Mrs. Stonewall Jackson Critically III.
A Deserved Trihuto.
Mrs. Stonewall Jackson, who has hoon
in a Virginia sanatorium for soino time,
ha? gono to llaltimoro to securo the
treatment of a specialist, and it is said it
may he found necessary to perform an
Whilo Mrs. .Jackson's general health is
hotter than it has hoon for somo time,
she is now sn?foring sovoroly from neu
ralgia, and it is thought tho llaltimoro
specialist may decido to romovo tho
supraorhital norve, and considerable ap
prehension regarding hor condition is
manifested among her rotativos and
friends, says a dispatch from Charlotte
- M # -1
Millions Ulfen Away.
It is certainly gratifying to tho public
to know of ono concern in tho land who
aro not afraid to he generous to the
needy and suffering. The proprietors of
Dr. King's Now Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds have given away
over len million trial bottles of tins
great medicine, and havo tho satisfaction
of knowing it has absolutely c ued thou
sands of hopeless cases. Asthma, bron
chitis, hoarseness and all ?lise ases of tho
throat, chest and lungs aro BU roly curial
hy it. Call on all druggists in tho county
and get a bottle free. Regular size 60c?
and $1. Kvery bottle guaranteed or
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An unidentified negro at Greenville,
I'la., in attempting to rob a house on
last Friday night, was caught and
lynohod hy a farmer and his two sons.
Solicitor Ansel is now on his last round
as prosecuting attorney for tho Stalo in
the Kighth Judicial Circuit, and tho
tribute paid him last week by our grand
jury was a just and deserved one.
Wc do not bollovo South Carolina over
had a moro zealous, faithful or conscien
tious Solicitor than ho, and in voluntarily
retiring from tho oftlco ho carries with
him tho confidence and good will of
every law-abiding citizen.
LAND TO RENT.
ritWO or three-horse farm; good Im?
JL prOVOmonts; good bottom land for
corn, and good upland for cotton and
wheat. Apply to
DU. J. M. MeOi/ANAHAN,
Westminster, S. ('.
October .), 1000. 10 Tl
At Norman's !
Thc Philadelphia Times, a leading
b millican daily journal, announced
editorially Monday morning that it would
support bryan and stevenson in the Pre
English ('rockery lo Arrive this Week
These goods will bo sold at very low
All kinds of new goods arriving
Cotton ! ! !
M anu f acturi n g
Company at Newry
hereb y notifi e s
FARMERS that on
and after 1st Octo
ber they will buy
Cotton and pay
the highest market
September 2(1, 10(H).