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WALHALLA, S. C. :
WUblVKMUAY, NOV. 7, (OOO.
THE STATE FAIR.
Tho crowd that attended tho Stato
Fair in Columbia last week was said to
bo largor than ovor before. Thousands
of visitors Hocked to tho capital oily
from all parts of tho Stato. Tho hotols
and boarding houses were full to ovor
Howing, A few tramped tho strcots for
hours and sought in vain a place to rost
their weary heads. Hut most of tho
crowd found comfortable quarters and
enjoyed their visit to Columbia and tho
As usual Thursday was "thc great day
of tho fair." Tho attendance that day
was variously estimated at from twenty
to thirty thousand. Momo wero inter
ested in ono thing and some in another.
Tho sido shows and numerous catch
pennies did a nourishing business. Tho
various exhibits received moro or less
attention, though thoy wove seen to bet
tor advantage on other days when tho
crowd was smaller. Hundreds witnessed
tho game of foot ball between Clemson
and Carolina. Hut perhaps most of all
was enjoyed the meeting of friends and
acquaintances. This in fact is the chief
attraction for many w ho go to tho fair
year after year.
Among tho many exhibits at thc fair
none was moro interesting and instruc
tive than tho exhibits of the schools and
colleges. They told of tho growing in
terest taken in education throughout the
State and of tho splendid work dono by
our schools and colleges. Day after day
great uUmbors were around the lino ex
hibit of Winthrop College. It was a
revelation to many who ?lid not know
tho scope of the work dono by the col
lege. Somo were so much pleased with
this exhibit that thoy were heard to de
clare that it was the "very best thing
they have ever had at the State Fair."
Tho following is thc report of a special
committee in connection with thc school
Hon. W. 1). Evans, President State
Fair Association-Sir: Tho committee on
school exhibits submits tho following
Wo recommend: 1. That a medal be
awarded to the GroonviHo city schools for
the best general exhibit, taking into con
sideration both variety ami excellence.
'J. That special recognition (hy medal
or otherw ise) be given to thc MominlllgOl'
School for the best exhibit in drawing
and color study. Wc desire to call par
ticular attention to the evidences of suc
cessful training in tho beautiful and
accurate reproduction of naturi, in color
and form, beginning with the lowest
grades, and the practice in designing
both for industrial and aesthetic pur
:i. That, wilily lhere is much to com
mend in the other exhibits, honorable
men)ion bo made of the Lancaster gradi d
schools for their use of drawing as a
means of nature stu.ly, of tho Columbia
city schools for the general excellence
of their literary exhibit, and of tho pri
vate school of Miss MoCollough, of Wal
halla, for exemplifying the application
of the modern spirit to thc teaching of
I. In inspecting the exhibits tho com
mittee considered cbielly tho following
points: Form-study, drawing, model
ling, folding, cutting and designing.
Map-drawing, coloring ?md moulding
and gl?be-making. Nature-study. Writ
ing, general literary work, including
papers in each of thc school studies not
mentioned ?ibo' e.
?. We desire to express high praise of
the specimens of drawing made in the
State summer school at Winthrop ?md in
county summer schools for teachers, and
to urge our profound conviction of thc
immense educativo value of Ibis now
movement to make more general the
teaching of drawing in thc public schools
of tho State.
0. In conclusion, we recommend timi
in view of the groat voue of such exhi
bitions as an incentive to highei attain
ments in our schools, your Society oller
premiums for such exhibits in the future,
?md thal tho expenses of lids year's exhi
bition be defrayed by the Society.
Respectfully submitted. Patterson
Ward law, D', ll. Johnson, Helen <;.
Of tho other exhibits in thc depart
ments of ari, agriculture, cattlo, poultry,
otc, etc., much might be written, but
our limited space forbids. There was
much to be seen and learned. Kvcry
thoughtful visitor to the fair must have
come away more deeply impressed than
ever with the wonderful resources of out
State. Altogether the fair of 1000 was
pronounced "a wonderful success."
One thing more must ho mentioned
tho latest fad. Last year the cry was
"Hilve you soon OOorgO ?" This year
tho fad was the little rubber return ball,
the "go away and come again ball," ?is
the hawkers called them. Kvory side
you turned you were confronted willi
one or moro of them, On the fair
mounds, at tho street corners, in front
of the stores ?md hotels tho little rubber
billi How at the passers-by. Thousands
of them were bought and they furnished
great fun foi those who throw them.
IC von old men, who probably would have
been ashamed to do such a thing ?il ?my
other time, were seen walking up and
down Main street tossing their rubber
b;dls. Wo wen; reminded of the caution
given by a wise old man: "beware of
crowds, for they often lose theil' hoads."
All the trains leaving Columbia Thurs
day night ?ind Friday hore away large
51'Owds carrying with them pleasant icc
collections of thc great State l'air.
Villayc Blacksmith Saved His Little Son's Lile.
Mr. II. IL (Hack, the well known vii
Iago blacksmith at OrahamsviHo, sulli
van county, N. V,, says: "Our lillie son,
live years old, has always been subject
to Croup, alld SO had have the attacks
been thal we have feared many limes
that 1)0 would die. Wc have had the
doctor and used many medicines, but
Chamberlain's < 'oiigb Itomcdy ls now our
solo reliance, lt seems lo dissolve the
tough mucous and by giving frequent
doses when the croupy symptoms appear
we have found that the dreaded croup is
cured before it gets settled." There is
no danger in giving this remedy, for it
contains no opium or other injurious
drug and may be niven as Confidently to
a babe as to an adult. For sale by Dr.
J. W. Hell.
The olllco id the Secretary of Slate is
always sell-suppolling, but tills year it
Will make lunney. There is a Icc lo be
paid upon ?di applications for charters
?ind Commissions, This year the Ices
will aggregate ovor rio,ooo.' Heretofore
the receipts from this source have been
about ?;;,IHH> to .7.;..ooo.
NEWS IN ANO AROUND WESTMINSTER.
Local Happenings In Our Sister Town-What
is Going on In Hor Midst.
WKSTMINSTKK, NOVKMHKN 7.-Miss
Myra C. Mason, ono of Westminster's
charming littio ladies, paid P. visit to hor
sistor, Mrs. W. J. Luunoy, at Sonooa, a
fow days ago.
Mr. Dorsey Dalrymple, of Towuvillo,
was hero last Monday and report? short
crops in his section.
Mrs. Goss, of this placo, is critically
Miss Mattio Sullivan, a fair young lady
of Kort Madison, was tho guttat of friends
Mrs. Dr. Burt Mitchell lins gono to
Anderson to visit hor relatives.
Messrs. Jesso S. and ThoB. N. Carter
woro elected deacons of tho now West
minster Baptist church at a congrega
tional mooting hold last Sunday. They
will bo publicly installed on Wednesday
evening, Novombor 14. Hov. J. A.
Wy uno, D. D., pastor of first Baptist
church at Gainesville, Ga., has hoon
invited to preach tho ordination sermon.
Mr. W. II. Mooro bas purchased a lot
from Mr. Anderson, uoar tho shut
tlo factory, and will oroct a di ailing
thorooh at an early day.
Miss Corrio McDowell, aftor a month's
absence on account of siokuoos in hor
home at Fairview, Greenville county, has
returned. Her many friends and ad
mirers aro pleased to welcome hor return
and soe her tilling tho position of book
keeper In tho store of Ii. A. Edwards ?!fc
Co., successors to Mason & Poden Bros.
Messrs. Clayton and Thornton Mooro
and H. E. llarkoy gavo us a pleasant call
Monday evening. They aro musicians
and play admirably.
Mr. T. N. Cartor has ono of tho pret
tiest and most attractivo residences in
town sinco it has been ro-paintod. The
painters have dono tboir work carofillly
?ind neatly, both inside and outside.
Tho outside is of a yellow stone color
with a terra cotta border.
Mrs. C. Wondolkin and two grandchil
dren, Miss Ida and Brownlow Oolkors,
and Mrs. W. II. Hestor and daughter,
Miss Myra, of Walhalla, visited in our
town tho first of this weok.
Dr. T. K. MoGu?lu killed a largo wild
turkey on Colonel's Kork crook two
miles from tow'n last Tuesday morning.
Thoro were live in tho gang.
Tho Souttioru Klour Mill Company aro
running regularly and manufacturo both
Hour and meal. Mr. A. G. Cox is solo
manager. Ho is an cOlciont and pains
Mr. I. S. Pitts, railway postal clerk,
left for Atlanta Friday to go on duty.
Tho fourth quarterly conforonco for
tho Westminster charge will bo at Hope
well church Friday, Novombor 10.
Tho Sociable given by tho Ladies' Aid
Society at tho residenco of Mr. Wm. P.
Anderson on Friday ovening was a most
delightful social event and was keenly
enjoyed by all. Japaneso lanterns woro
suspended at the windows around tho
long veranda which added much to tho
illumination. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson
aro royal entortainors and mado ovory
body feel welcome and at homo. Plenty
of musicians woro there and good music
was rendered. Tho spacious rooms and
halls were all occupied by morry guests,
who passed tho time in social conversa
tion, gaines, amusements, otc. The
warm November night being appropri
ate to tho wearing of white dresses,
many of tho young lady guests woro
charmingly dressed in while. T" o Ladios'
Aid Society is composed of activo mem
bers and their work in tho church has
long ago been recognized and felt.
A. L. Gossclt.
Death ol Ex-Mayor Strong.
William L. Strong, tho last mayor of
tho old city of New York, died suddonly
on November 2 at his rcsidonco in that
Mr. Strong took an active part in the
present campaign and it is said that bis
political labors, combined with bis at
tempts to retain supervision over his
business affairs in the faco of impaired
health, brought about the illness that
resulted in his death.
William L. Strong was born in Ohio
and came to New York wllOll a young
imm. He found employment with dif
ferent (Inns until January 1, 1870, w hen
ho organized the linn of William L.
Strong ?X: Co. Tho brm soon grew to
be one of the prominent business houses
in that city.
Mr. Strong took an active interest in
politics iind was ono of tho leaders of
the reform movement in that city, and
was plootod mayor on tho Kcpub?iean
Citizens' Linon ticket in 1?04,
Thc Samo Old Story.
When arrested Alvon!, tho defaulting
bank cashier, had only a few dollars in
his pockets. Ho admitted that $700,000
was ?i big lot of money, but "it goes
onay," was his concluding remark.
In his talk with thc detectives bc said
that he had enjoyed life at tho rato of
$50,000 a year or moro. Ho expected no
mercy, but intimated that after sorving
his sentence he would again be an active
(ignre in the world.
Nine out of ten defaulters aro like
Alvon!. When they get to tho end of
their row il. is generally found that they
have only a tow dollars left.
lt seems that men cannot, or will not,
save ill-gotten gains. WllOll they steal
money l hoy always squander it, and
when they aro caught they aro almost
Alvon! had a good position with tho
Firs! National Bank of New York and lie
could have lived comfortably and saved
money out of a salary of $5,000 a year.
But he preferred crooked ways, and his
detection leaves his family paupers,
while ho will have to go to prison for a
long term.-Atlanta News.
Chamberlain's Stomach an ' Liver
Tablets cure biliousness, ci ?stipation
and headache. They aro easy to take
and pleasant in offoct. For salo by Dr.
J. W. Bell.
About tho Galveston Horror.
A Galveston dispatch says: only 5
per cent of the money and valuables
taken from bodies removed from tho
wreckage has hoon claimed. Tho money
aggregates several thousand dollars and
thoro aro other valuables to tho amount
of over $100,000 in jewelry and silver
ware Captain J. ll. Alvey, who was
appoilitod by Adjutant General Scurry,
nt thc time Hie city -vas under martial
law, to take Charge of money ?md valu
ables, bas kept a cor pleto list of every
thing turned over lo him. Tho money
and other articles 1 ave been deposited
in a vault awaiting claimants. Capt.
Alvey luis on hand more than a carload
of all sorts of valuables, and bis stock is
increasing with each day's work, lu
this lot he has more (han a heaping
bushel measure of waldies, Ibo works, of
course, hoing ruined, though in many
instances the cases ?no valuable. He
has over two pecks of all soi ls of linger
rings, from the bili diamond fellow lo a
birthday stone and ?I plain silver band.
Thine are big lloal loads of all sorts of
silverware and about Unco float loads of
odds and en,ls Of inore or less value. Me
has about two bushels of trinkets, such
as breast (lins, brooches, bracelets, etc.
The money taken from the bodies has
been a lOllgll proposition, ?is have also
been many of the i'll s on account of tho
stench they give o' Captain Alvey
thinks that after the valuables hilve been
turned over to some Stato ollicial limy
should ho advertised for a certain
period, ami then if (here be no claimant,
they should be sold and tho amount
realized from tho salo be tin ned Into tho
Counterfeiters in Charleston.
A gang <>f Counterfeiters are operating
in Charleston, and all kinds of spurious
coln ?md had paper money is lining
passed on the mendiants of the city.
lt is believed that the bogus money IS
being made within the city limits, for
during tho past few days a number of
COU ll tor foil bills and coin have gained
circulation. The presence of so much
bogus money in Hie city han created
groat interest on tho part <d the detec
tives and government officials, and an
effort is being made to discover tho
counterfeiters and their place of opera
?rv; ; m ..
The Republican Cane
and Vice Preside
Unmistakable indication? from
show McKinley's re-election.
Tho oity of Baltimore and Mar
loy. Returns from Indiana and Kai
orats aro hopeful of oarrying both,
North Carolina has boon glorio
25,000 is nssurod. Simmons has do
Karly returns indicate that Mol
of tho so-oalled doubtful States.
Ohio is certainly Republican by
from Kontuoky indioate McKinley 1
Illinois will givo McKinley a c
compared with 189G.
Indications at this hour aro thal
ing States : Connecticut, Delaware.
Maryland, Massachusetts, Michign
Now Jersey, Now York, North Dal
Island, Vermont, West Virginia, W
Indiana has gone Kopublioan.
McKinley and Roosovolt aro eh
Grovor Cleveland Goos A-Fishing.
Whilo tho rank and lllo of both politi
cal parties aro bard at work Uiovor
("loveland, twico President of these
United States, has gono Ashing. Ho loft
his homo last wook for a two week's
tish ing trip to koop from voting tho
Hero's a gonuino caso of ingrato for
you. Look at tho bulbous figuro under
tho wido sun shado as ho throws out tho
lino for tho wary pickerel. No ?boulder
bent under tho weight of anxioty over
olcctioiiH lhere. No concorn on that
countenance as to tho fate of tho party i
to which ho is supposed (to bolong.
And yet tho Democrats of Amorica i
chose this figuro out of tho obscureness
of th J Sherill's office in a town of Wost
orn Now York and made him President.
Not onco, but twico, did this party givo i
this high honor to this same mau, tho
greatest gift ovor made to any man by
any people. And what do they soo in
return? Clovoland. tho ingrate, deliber
ately refuses to do his part oven in the
small degree in which tho poorest la- i
borer in tho Democratic ranks will holp.
This man who owes so much to tho
party churlishly dosorts tho post of duty
while thousands of others who owo their
party less aro striving liko honest Demo
crats to bring victory to tho cause.-At
tauta Daily Nows.
To remove a troublesome corn or
bunion: First soak tho corn or bunion in
warm wator to soften it, then paro it
down as closely as possiblo without
drawing blood and apply Chamberlain's
Pain Halm twico dady; rubbing vigor
ously for livo minutes at each applica
tion. A corn plaster should bo worn for
a few days to protect it from the shoo.
Asa general liniment for sprains, bruises,
lameness and rheumatism, Pain Halm is
unequaled. For salo by Dr, .J. W. Doll,
Work ot tho Noxt Legislature.
Tho next Legislature will have somo
responsible positions at its disposal.
Fach position has an incumbent, and
each incumbent will no doubt try to suc
ceed himself. But from work hoing
dono in behalf of some parties it looks
as if there is some misunderstanding as
to tito vacancies to bo lilied at the next
session which begins in January,
At that timo tuero will be no dispon- ;
sary officials to oloct, hut a Superintend- i
ont of tho Penitentiary and two directors
are to bo elected, as the lunns of Super
intendent 1). J. G ri ill th and Directors A.
K. Saunders, of Sumter, and T. C. O'Dell,
of Piokons, oxpiro within tho year. The
Asylum Kogonts aro appointed by tho
Govoruor, and there will ho no vacancies ?
in tho boards of trustees of colleges to i
ho tilled next .January-or February.
There is no question as to tho re-election
of tho oOloiont Superintendent of thc ;
Penitentiary, Capt. Griffith. ?
A successor to Senator B. li. Tillman
is to bo chosen at the first session, and
as hohas been nominated in thc primary,
tho election will bo formal.
There aro but two places on tho Cir
cuit Bench to ho supplied at that timo.
Tho term of Fi nest Gary, of Columbia,
expires Juno 6th, 1001, and that of D. A.
Townsend December 15th, 1001. i
lt is not until the session of 1P02 that
thoro is a vacancy on the Supremo i
Pouch, that of \s.,oc?ate .Justice tra B.
.Jones, of Lancaster, whoso term OX pi ros
July 31, 11)02. The Circuit Judges' terms
expiro In tho following order: Ooo. W.
(iago, Chester, February 6, 1002; lt. C.
Watts, Chesterfield, February 14, 1002; i
J. C. Killah, Abbeville, February ll,
11102; W. C. Benet, Chariest.ni, February
Ht, 1002: JamOs Aldrich, Aiken, Febru
ary Iii, 1002; O. W. Buchanan, Sumter,
December S, 1002.
Died at thc Ago of 1 23.
George Washington Freeman Horner1
G roon, a former negro slavo, died in tho
?dins house ?it Ilcmpstcad, L. I., last
Thursday at the reputed age of 123
years. Groot) is said to have boon on a
farm near F.lizabethport, N. J., on Janu
ary 1,1777. Ile was sold to a Virginia
planter named Horner, hy whom, it is
said, ho was sold to Cen. Washington,
lu 1812 he was made a free man, and
thon went North and was employed by
GoorgO Oreen, a Long Island fanner,
with whom ho remained for forty years.
Oreen's faculties remained unimpaired
until fifteen' years ago, when his sight
and hearing began to fail and he en lured
tho poorhouse, whore he had lived over
since. Ho used both whiskey and to
bacco, but has never shown ?my bad
effects from either. Ho was married
several times and said to be tho father
of tliirty-sevoii children, most of whom
"I have used Chamberlain's Collo,
('bolera and Diarrheas Uoincdy and IUKI
it to be a great medicino," says Mr. 10.
S. Phipps, of Poteau, Ark, "It cured
mo of bloody Mux. I cannot speak too
highly of lt. This remedy always wins
the good opinion, if not praise, of those
who use it. Tho quick cures which it
OlToots, even in the most, severe cases,
make it a favorite everywhere. For sale
by Dr. J. W. Boll.
The veterans of the Hampton I,(tulon
met in tho chamber of tho Supremo
Court at the State house last, week. (ion.
Wade Hampton was present and acted as
chait tuan of t he meeting and Dr. B. II,
ToagllO, of Aiken, as secretary. After
biting favored by tho general with many
interesting incidents connected with thc
logion, the meeting went into a penna
neut organization by tho election of
Maj. T. O. Barker, of Charleston, ?is
president; P. A. ICmSUuo), Fsq., of
Aiken, vice president, and Dr. 15. H.
At tho suggestion of Col. IL lt.
Brooks, of the Sixth South Carolina cav
alry regiment all South Carolinians wore
invited to attend tho annual reunions of
tho Hampton Logion, which, upon reso
lution, arc to he hold at Columbia dur
ing fair WOOk each year, the day and
hour of mooting to bo appointed by the
lt was resolved that. the president also
appoint a suitable committee to collect
historical data of tin; logion) that a com
plete history of thc command may he
An incident of the logion's Hag was
given by Col. Wade Manning, after
which Dr. Teague read a sketch of the
logion printed several years ago in the
.News and Courier.
When you Want paints, oil, glass, har
ness, drugs, patent medidnos or any
thing else that is to eat or wear como to
J. iv J, S. Carter, Westminster, S. C.
lidates for President
int, are Elected?
returns from non-partisan sources
v York bas gone Republican by
yland, as in 1896, aro for Mo Ki il
usas aro lato, and while tho Demo
their chancos aro not considered'
usly rodcouiod. A majority of
feated Carr for Senator from that
finley has oarriod Delaware, ono
00,000 majority. Early roturns
ms oarriod tho State,
lortain majority, but rcduood as
I MoKinloy lias oarriod tho follow?
, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine,
,n, Minnesota, Now Hampshire,
tota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, llhodo
acted beyond a doubt I
Tho Govornor Marrios Two Couples.
It is n very unusual thing for tho Gov
ornor of tho Stato to bo asked to perform
a ' eddinp sorvico. This pleasant duty
foll to Gov. MoSwoonoy on Wednesday
Inst, wbon ho performed a double cere
mony nt Kings tree, S. C.
Tho contracting parties were Miss
Kslhor benjamin and Dr. Wm. Solomon
Lynch, mid Miss HOBO Lillian Hon jami n
mid Mr. Iloxio G. Askius. Tho young
ladies aro sisters. Tho sistors woro simi
lar wedding gOWUB, of white organdie,
trimmed with embroidered chiffon, with
satin ribbons used most tastily in tho ar
rangement. Handsome laces were inter
spersed and aigrettes and wedding veils
C?ov. McSwoonoy made tho Borvico ns
impressive and as short as possiblo, and
all wore delighted with it.
Tho two bridal couples loft Kingstroo,
on tho nftornoon train for a bridal tour
with tho best wishes of tho entire com
munity in whi?h tboy lived.
Gov. McSwoonoy lind bis Hist oxpori
onoo in performing a wedding corouiony
nt Kingstroo and ho likes it very wolf.
If there aro others who would Uko bini
to tio tho knot, boro is what ho said nt
Kingstroo and will say again:
It was ordainod by tho Cioator from
tho time wbon man dwolt in inuoconcy
that it was not good for him to bo alono,
and, thoroforo, thoro was croatod for
him an holpinoot. Marriage ?B honora
ble in nil, but it bocomcB tboso who
would enter into this estate to duly
weigh tho duties and responsibilities
which it involves as well as tho pleasures
and the happiness which accompany this
holy union; for onlj by a full realization
of tho duties and responsibilities oan
tho parties enjoy to their full
measure the happiness which this
contract, into winch you aro about
to enter, carries with it. You cannot al
ways expect to onjoy prosperity; days of
adversity and of sorrow will also como;
tho sunshine and tho shadow chase each
other, and so will days of happiness and
rejoicing bo followed by days of Borrow
and weeping, but if you fear God and
keep His Commandments Ile will not
forsako you. Ho will strengthen and
koop you in ovory timo of neod and oom
fort you in all of your sorrows.
This is tho most important epoch In
your lives, and I obargo yon to weigh
well tho contract into willoh you aro
about to enter. It involves tho closost
and tho tenderest of all earthly relations.
As HO impedimenta llilVO boon shown
why you may not be lawfully joined
together in matrimony, 1 ask you, in tho
presence of God and of theso witnesses:
-, do you take this woman to bo
your wedded wife, to live together aftor
ihid's ordinance in tho holy estate of
matrimony? Will you lovo bor, comfort
her, honor and kee]) her, as a faithful
husband is bound to do, in health and in
sickness, in prosperity and adversity;
and, forsaking all others, koop you only
unto ber, so long as you both shall live?
-, do you take this man to bo your
wedded husband, to livo togothor aftor
( ?od's ordinance in tho holy cstato of
matrimony? Will you love him, comfort
him, honor and keop him, as a faithful
wife is bound to do, in health and sick
ness, in prosperity and In adversity; and,
forsaking ?ill others, you only unto him,
so long as you both shall livo?
.loin your right hands.
For as in nell as-and- have
mutually consonted to live together in
holy wedlock, and havo witnossod tho
same before God and this company, I, as
tho Chief Executive of tho Stato of South
Carolina, pronounce them man and wife;
and what God hath joined together lot
no mau put asunder.
Lot us pray:
O Eternal God, tho Creator and Pro
?erver of ?di mankind, tho giver of all
spiritual grace, tho author of everlasting
Iiio, wo would acknowlcdgo Thee in all
our ways, and devoutly implore Thy di
rection and blessing. We adore Theo as
tho source of our bonovolent affections,
and of all our social satisfaction and com
forts. We pralso Theo that Thou hast
ordained for us domostic institutions.
And WO beseech Theo to behold with Thy
favor and to bless theso Thy sorvants,
who have now entered into the closost
and tenderest of ?ill earthly connections.
Udp them to ful lil with lidolity tho vow
and covenant which they have made, in
Thy prcsonoo; that tho relation in which
they stand to each other may not ho to
them a fitato of temptation and sorrow,
but of holiness, joy and indissoluble lovo.
(live them grace tv, ovorlook cudi other's
infirmities, to cherish a duo regard for
oacb other's opinions and footings, to bo
just to each other's virtues and good in
tentions, to improve each other's under
standing and heart, and to travol hand
in-hand to tho end of life. Enable them,
by perserving affooti?n. by a worthy de
portment and by united devotions to
soften to each other tho unavoidable
( ?ires of life, to alleviate its sorrows, to
increase Its innocent enjoyments, and to
edify their friends and all around them.
And having been pious, virtuous and
happy in their connection hero on earth,
may they at last be united in the realms
of everlasting love and bliss. Amen,
When you feel that life is hardly worth
the candie take a (ioso of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets, They will
cleanse your stomach, tone up your
liver mid reg?late your bowels, making
yon feel like a new man. For sale hy
Dr. .1. W. Hell.
I hey arc OH for Cuba.
Five little revenue cutters, Nos. 7, 8, 1),
lo and ll, sailed for Cuba last Friday
front Charleston, four of the number
having spent but a day in that port. Tho
No. pi arrived several days ahead of her
Companions. All aro new boats, de
signed for revenue sorvico in Cuban
waters, ami are very much alike, They
average about sixty foot in length and
carry seven men all told. All (Ivo Started
at once from New York, but became
separated and No. 10, arriving in Char?
lesion first, awaited tho coming of the
others before proceeding to Cuban
Preacher Accidentally Killed.
lb v. .lohn Owen, a prominent Metho
dist minister, formerly a Presiding Kider,
was accidentally killed Tuesday after
noon, while hunting near Johnston, S.
C. Kev. Mr. Owen and a friend, Walter
Smith, were hunting, and they had
agreed one was to shoot to the right and
tho Ot hoi to the left to avoid an accident,
but ill a moment of excitement Smith
lot his gun go oh*. Thc load struck Mr.
Owen in the side. Ile lived only a few
bonis. Ile (old his family that he was
accidentally stud and not to think hard
THE NEWS rhOm SENECA.
The Coming Show of the Floral Association.
The Local News.
SBNBOA, Novombor 0.-Tho ladiob of
tho Floral Association are making oxtou
BIV? preparations for their annual fair,
which will be held next Friday, the 9th.
It will only last one day and night. The
chrysanthemum oxhlbit will be beauti
ful, and, aa they have procured the first
floor of tho Lowory-Byrd building the
arrangement of tho various plants oan
bo moro artlstio than over before. Tho
obrysauthoraum drill, by twolvo littlo
girls, and tableaux representing tho dif
ferent loading firmB of tho town, will bo1
features of tho evening's entertainment.
Admission 25 couts.
0. W. 0 'gnilliat spent Sunday athamo.
At tho Seaboard Air Lino's Industrial
Convention, hold recently in Jaoksou
villo, J. B, Upham, editor of the Youths'
Companion, offered handsome prizes to
the sohoolB situated along tho .Seaboard,
which should do moro within tho next
year towards beautifying tho school
houses and yards. Through tho Influ
ouco of Mrs. Colomau he has mado a liko
offer to our oouuty. Tho toaohors and
natrons should not fail to bo bouofltod
by this magnanimous offer. A card from
Mrs. Coleman in rogard to those prizes
waa publishod in lost wook's Conni KU.
At tho lost mootiug of tho "Guco-a
Wook" Club Mrs. E. A. Ilinoa won tho
prizo for tho host papor on Qoorgo Elliot.
Tho prize was a lovely bouquet of rosos.
Tho ladies of this olub aro vory enthusi
astic, aud now have a musical, industrial
and lloial department.
Mrs. II. Dodd, of Chattanooga, after
Buonding several wooka with her parents.
Mr. and Mis. John Harbin, ho? returned
Tho friendo of Dr. W. B. Cherry will bo
griovod to learn that ho has boon stricken
willi paralysis. Very littlo chango oan
bo noticed si nco Friday. Ho is ono of
our oldost and most rospootod citizen?,
aud many rogrot his illness.
ToBsum hunting has booomo quito
a fad among Bomo of our young pooplo,
and nftor several pleasant "hunts" a
'possum was treed Monday night.
J. E. Hopkins, of Clemson, spout lost
wcok at homo.
Ur. R. E. Mason and sistor Myra, of
Westminster, aro spending a fow days
with Mrs. W. J. IiUtinoy. M. u.
Tho Cotton Growers.' Convention.
Tho Cotton GroworB' Association, of
South Carolina, hold a call mooting in
Columbia, on Novombor lat, which was
attended by about fifty delegates, ropro
soutiug tito forty counties of tho State.
Tho nit nation was thoroughly discussed,
aud it was tho unanimous opinion that
tito organization should bo porfoctod
with tho objoct of controlling tho cotton
planters of other Southern otates. Tho
oxocutivo committee in each congres
sional district woro instructed to extend
tho organization. It was also decided
tosend a full delegation to roprosont tho
State at tho mooting of tho National As
sociation at Macon, Ga., on Novor bor
Annual Report o? iho Post urnco Department.
WASHINGTON, NOVKMIIKK 5.-Tho re
port of Auditor Homy A. Castlo of tho
post ofiico department, made public
today states that during the year tho
hincan handled receipts and disburse
monts aggregating $175,000,000, and
audited and filed 34,000,000 sopnrato
money von hors. During tho period
under rovie : 302,000 quarterly postal
accounts woro received. Siuoo 1800,
when Mr. Castlo entered Iiis ofiico, tho
number of post, offices in tho country has
inoreasod from 70,;i00 to 70,001, and tho
number of dornest ic money ordors issued
animally from 23,002,053 to 33,113,050.
Short Cotton Crop.
Charlotte Obsorvor: Mr. John W. Mil
ler, who has rccontly returned from his
annual visit through tho cotton bolt of
Tcnncssoo, Alabama, Mississippi and
Georgia-tho cotton belt oast of tho
Mississippi river-states that ho behoved
tho crop on this sido of tito river would
bo from 10 to 15 por cont IOSB than tho
crop of last year. As Mr. Miller has
mad o this name tri]) of 2,100 miles for
tho last three years, Iiis judgment is apt
to bo good in tho matter. On tho wost
sido of tho Mississippi, Mr. Millor said,
tho crop is hotter than it was last year,
and it is probablo that tho increase tlioro
will counterbalance tho docroaso on this
sido, which will mako tho crop about tho
same as it was last year. Mr. Millor said
that tho best cotton lie saw in tho terri
tory botwoon Greenville, Miss., and
Charlotte, is in tho territory botweon
boro and Belmont. This view was also
entertained by (Jon. Stephen D. I.cc.
who traveled with Mr. Miller from
Grconvillo to Charlotte.
A Torriblo Typhoon.
Dispatches show that a fearful typhoon
lins caused groat havoc throughout
Anani, tho Fronoh protectorate south ol
China, Tho aron of destruction is very
largo. Sixtoon hundred persons aro re
ported to have perished. Bosnios tboso
killed 4,050 persons havo bo"u rendered
Tho Caso of Bill Neal.
Tho charge against \V. A. Neal has
again boon continued in tho Supreme
Court. For some roason or another, this
man who is solf convictod lias oscapod
tho penalty for his deeds, lt is just as
wu predicted it would be. Tlioro is not
much danger that any man who was so
prominent in politics will over bo pun
ished,- Anderson Intelligencer.
Will Moot at Greenwood.
Tho State Convention of the liant ist,
church, which bad boon appointed to
moot on Deconibor 7 with tho First Bap
tist church of Nowborry, has been
changed to Gvoonwood, tho congregation
in that town having offered voluntarily
tn entertain tho con volition, This chango
lias been iiuido on account of tho sad af
fliction in tho family of Hov. Goo. A.
Wright, pastor of tho First Baptist
church, in the continued ill.less of Mrs.
Tho highest prico paid in greenbacks
for gold (luring tho civil war was $2.85,
tho quotation for July 10, 1804,
Trust, not tho woman who thiukoth
more of herself than another; mercy will
not dwell in hor hoart.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news*
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
? ,1 cures made by Dr.
'-\ Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
fi v^^Ti I *n0 #reat kidney, "vc
i (uJ^r ] li an<* bladder remedy,
v V ,f -,hJ jgjj cal triumph of the nlne
\wL\ |0| ? teenth century; di3-<
'tj-^l/ _____ covered after years of
,i >|ps I , . u|) scientific research by
If Ite- ^V^Xf] Dr. Kilmer, the omi?
(j A^rT. " ner>t kidney and blad
w-*-'.^*2--;-*- ". de,- specialist, and ii
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
larne back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which ls the worsi
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you havekid
noy, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need, lt has been tested
In so many ways, in hospital work, In private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful In
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out If you have kidney or bladdeidouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer In this paper and __feBWft?i
send your address to _t|BI|lp!?R^W?l!?K^
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,Bhig-g^^H^|^^P
regular fifty cent and nom?ot Bwaa>p*ttoofc
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
TO GET YOUR OL
As I find it impossible to got a e
out business promptly, I have decide
Entire Stock of C
and will soil at and below cost. Coi
mont. I am obliged to soil out, even
Tho Goods JWLiiHt Go,
and See how JMr
WALHALLA, S. C.
- i '
THREE BANDITS KILLED.
They Shot and Trlod to Rob a Paymaster at
Coimollsvillo, Pa., Novombor 1-Swift
punishment waa motod out today to
throo out of four bandiu who murdered
and tried to rob Harry C. Hoslor, pay
inastor of tho Southwest Coimollsvillo
Coko Company, at Alvorton, ton milos
north of horo. Hoslor had with bim
$12,000 in oash, tho simd monthly pay of
tho employees of tho Alverton and Tari
works. Ono of tho robbers was killod
by Hosier's nogro drivor and guard,
Harry llurgaBH. Two others woro shot
down by a UUSBU of 200 coko workors
who stalled after thom within live
minutos aftor tho tragody was mado
known. Tho fourth, tho only ono of tho
four who did not show fight whon ho
was surrounded, was lu tho oompauy
store at Alvorton uutil a into hour last
night, and a thousand furious coko
workors and minors woro clamoring for
bis lifo, bato last night ho was taken to
Q roon Bb u rg for safoty.
Tho four highwaymen were Hassel
Nickolow, who was capturod and takon
to GroouBburg; Sava Jovanor, who was
shot by HurgasB; Ivan Petnoy, who was
killod near tho t hiebet, where ho took
rofugo, and Michael Thooborrow, who
was killod under a bridgo aftor ho had
oBcapcd from tho thickot. All four woro
Hussian Polos. Petnoy was killod hy
Lieut. J. V. Thompson, a votoran of tho
Civil War, who was au officer in Co. E,
Tenth Kogiinont in tho Philippines.
Tho four highwaymen carno to this
country last April.
A Shark's Dlot.
A largo man eating shark was caught
at Pensacola, Fla,, tho other day. His
actual measurement was twelve foot two
inches, and woighed ovor 1,000 pounds.
Tho stomach was found to contain a
niasB of live and doad sua crabs, hoof
bones, small barrel staves, stones, pieces
of pipo, wood and numerous other iudi
gestiblo articles. His head measured
two foot across, and his mouth and
throat was largo enough to Bwallow a
mau with ease.
Struck by a Train.
Major Thomas, twenty-six years old,
a white carpenter, of Columbia, was
struck by a Southorn passongor train.
Ho was coming to Columbia on tho Con
garco bridgo, and could not outrun tho
engine. Thomas was picked up and car
ried to the hospital, but died in a few
--4 . ?
Many peoplo worry becauso they be
hove they havo heart disease Tho
cilancos aro that their hearts aro all right
hut their stomachs aro unable to digest
food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
wdiat you oat and prevents tho formation
of gas which makes tho stomach press
against tho heart. It will euro ovory
form of indigestion. J. W. Hell.
Tho Lady and tho Corn.
Tho latest curiosity was up in Clios
tatce district ono day last week, caused
by a woman who is not usod to drinking
our wbito liquor taking on so much of
it that she j nt ched from a high porch
and hit on her head. After spinning
around a fow timos she got nj) and cursed
tho ono that made tho liquor.-Dahlonega
Tho police, at Nowborry, 8. C., on No
vember lBt, with tho assistance of a gov
ernment dotcctive, have succeeded in
arresting tho counterfeiters, Jim Irwin
ami Thomas Groonwood, negroes. Thoy
have been arrested and a completo sot
of tools and mouldB woro found nt
(Jrocdwood's house. Irwin was roleasod,
but Greenwood, who has already served
ono torin for counterfeiting, was bound
ovor to tho United States court in $1,000
To Revolutionize Sugar Industry.
Dr. Stubbs, director of tho U. S. Agri
culture Experiment Station at Auburn
Park, La., who recently announced tho
discovery of a now sugar cano which
would yield ?10 per cont moro sugar than
tho product now grown in tho State of
Louisiana, is confident that it will rovo
lutionizo tho sugar industry now grown
in that Stato. Ho says ho secured a eano
that will road i ly and congenially grow
tbcro and increase tho Sugar output for
tho acroago already planted in tho Stato.
Ho bas two iiolds planted in tho kinds of
cane which he considers very valuable.
Ono kind produces 88 tons por aero, and
its juico yioids 10 per cont of sugar, the
old kind producos ;!() to 85 tons por aero
with a twolvo per cont yield in tho juico.
This was tho only cano on tho experi
ment station hot blown down in tho
THF STATIC OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Ooo KKK COUNTY.
IN COU KT OF COMMON PLEAS.
1PURSUANT TO DECREES OF THF
; AFORESAID COURT, in the eases
mentioned below, 1 will offer for sale,
to tho highest bidder, in front of the
Court House, at Walhalla, S. C., on
MONDAY, tho 8d day Of DECEMBER,
between tho legal hours of sale, tho
tracts of land below describod:
FUOB A. bottoms ot al., Plaintiffs,
Charlotte E. Rochester et al., Defendants.
All that certain piece, parcel or tract
of land situate, lying and being in Goo
noo county, Stato of South Carolina, on
both sidOB of (Mianga creek, adjoining
lands of S. P. Dendy, Changa Lime Kiln
Company, and others, containing one
hundred tunes, moro or less, and moro
fully described in plat of same mado hy
I. II. Harrison, surveyor, on October
26 th, 1000.
All that certain piece, paroo! or tract
of land situate, lying and being in tho
County of OoonOO, of tho State of South
Carolina, on a brandi of (manga creek,
adjoining lands of .lohn 1). Veiner, tho
t ract, above mentioned, J. Mart Phillips
and (Mianga Lime Kiln Company, con
taining ninety-two acres, moro or less,
and moro fully described in plat of same
by I. il. Harrison, surveyor, mado on
October 25th, HMM).
TERMS: One-half cash on day of sale,
balance in ono year, with interest from
day of salo. Credit portion to bo secured
by bond of tho purchaser and mortgage
of premisos. Purchaser to pay extra for
paiiors and stamps.
Novombor 7, 1000.
J. W. HOLLEMAN,
Master Goonoo county.
luitablo house to do busiuoBS another
d to sell my
?lothing, Etc., Re
me and eee what Bargains I have to
i at tho oost of a hoavy loss of monoy
and it will be to Yo
tell You. can g*et for a
. SAUL, Proprieto
T. E> ALE)
HCg^ Como to BOO mo. I will Boll you
ime. Can soil you ono at any price, fron
ot of Hogs, good Btock, on hand-all B?ZO
Call and BOO my stock. It won't cost 3
n tho caBO of Margaret F. Brook ot al.,
Sidney Whitfield ot al., Defendants.
All that certain pioco, parcol or tract
if land situato, lying and hoing in tho
Jounty of Oconoo, Stato of South Caro
ina, on a branch, waters of Tugaloo
ivor, adjoining lands formorly of Balis
lix, Bryant Glonn, now Mrs. Lizzie She
ar, Kstate of Wm. Ishell, deceased, and
thors, and extending partly into tho
bounty of Audor8on, containing, by plat
if resurvoy thereof, mado by J. B. San
lors, D. S., dated 15th November, 1870,
no hundred and fifteen acroB, moro or
TERMS: One-half cash, balancoin ono
nnual installment, with interest from
lay of salo. Credit portion to bo BO
mred by bond of tho purohasor, with
nortgago of tho premises bold. Pur
liasor to pay for papers and stamps.
Novombor 7, 1000.
J. W. IIOLLEMAN,
Mastor Oconco County.
n tho caso of Mattio I. Uogors, Plaintiff,
M. J. Hudson ot al., Defendants.
All that picco, parcol or tract of land
ituato, lying and hoing in Oconoo 00 nn
y, Stato of South Carolina, on head
waters of Wbotstono branch, adjoining
ands of Nathaniel Wilson, Andy Ross,
frank Sloan and others, containing sixty
wo acres, moro or less.
All that picco, parcol or tract of land
ituato, lying and hoing in Oconoo coun
y, Stato of South Carolina, on waters of
whetstone crook, wators of Little River,
vat eis of Seneca Ri vor, adjoining lands
if Ilonry SittOll, Sam Stowart, Nathaniel
Vilsou and others, and supposed to cou
ain sixty acres.
This tract is sold subject to rights and
Kissession thorcto of J. A. Ross for tho
TERMS: Ono-half cash, balance in ono
'car, interest from dato of salo and bo
ccured by bond of tho purchaser and
nortgago of tho premises, with leavo to
lurohaser to anticipate payment of Baid
redit portion. Purchasers to pay for
tapers and stamps.
Novombor 7, HKX).
J. W. IIOLLEMAN,
Mastor for Oconco County.
u tho caso of Wm. A. Courtenay ot al.,
as Tho Oconco Savings Bank, Plaintiffs,
S. P. Wakefield and Mattio Wakoliold,
All that cortain pioco, parcol or tract
f land, situato, lying and hoing in tho
own of Seneca, County of Oconco, Stato
f South Carolina, being tho Western
iart of Lot No. forty-soven (17), in tho
?lan of said town, measuring thirty-ono
uot on Alloy streot and running back
ne hundred foot.
All that certain piece, parcel or tract
f land, situato, lying and being in tho
own of Seneca, County of Oconco, Stato
f South Carolina, known in tho plan of
aid town as Lot No. six hundred and
ifty-two (062), containing one-fourth of
?no aero, moro or IOSB.
All that cortain picco, parcol or tract
if land, situate, lying and hoing in tho
own of Sonoon. County of Oconoe, Stato
if South Carolina, and known in tho
?lan of said town as Lot No. six hundred
md llfty-ono (051), containing one-fourth
if ono aero, moro or loss.
All that cortain pioco, parcol or tract
if land, situato, lying ami hoing in tho
own of Seneca, County of Oconco, Stato
if South Carolina, and known in tho
dan of said town as tho Northern half
if Lot No. ono hundred and lifty-fivo
l?5), containing one-eighth of ono'acro,
nore or loss.
TERMS : One-half cash, halanco in
mo annual installment, credit portion to
lear interest from day of salo and bo
ecured by bond of tho purchasor and
nortgago of tho promises, with leavo to
he purchaser to anticipate payment of
ho credit portion. Purchasers to pay
or papers and stamps.
November 7, 1000.
J. W. IIOLLEMAN,
Mastor Oconoo county.
In tho caso of Katie M. Davis ot al.,
Tilinda Grant et al., Defendants.
All that piece, parcol or tract of land
ituato, lying ami being in the County of
ICOnoo, State of South Carolina, on
raters of Seneca river, adjoining lands
f L. (). Phillips, Mrs. Eugenia Lowery,
t. R. Hays and others, ami supposed to
ontaiti ninety-two acres, more or less.
TERMS' One-half cash, balance in our
nnual installment, credit portion to
?ear interest from dato of sale, and be
ecured by bond of tho purchaser and
nortgago of tl 0 ptOmisos with leave,
lowevor, to the purchaser to anticipate
layment of said credit portion. Pur
bascr to pay for papers and stamps.
November 7, 1000.
J. W. IIOLLEMAN.
.15-18 Master Oconco Count".
WILL PK SOLD, at tho residence of
Alfred W. Tannerv, near Oak way,
i. C., on MONDAY, November 12, 1000,
or cash, commencing at in o'clock A. M.,
ho following personal property:
Ono light Two-horse Wagon,
Ono Set Blacksmith Tools,
Ono lot of Wheat,
Household and Kitchen Furniture-,
One Fat Hog,
A. W. TANN KR V.
Nov. 7, 11HKI.?
ER THAN EVER
year in Walhalla, in order to olose
gardless of Cost,
offer. This is no oatoh advertiso
virr Interest to Come
i, Little Money.
NEXT DOOR TO CRAIG'S.
Livery, Feed and Sale
. . Stable, . .
WALHALLA, S. C.
Good Teams and Saddle Horses.
FortiHzers and Dynamite ou Hand all
tho Year Round.
THONE No. ll.
HOI-BOB or Mules choap, for cash or on
i forty dollars up. I always have a good
s and prices-from $2.00 up.
rou anything to look.
C. L. DEAN,
Civil Engineer . .
. . and Surveyor,
10-31-00 Walhalla. S. C.
New - Prices !
rp IIB GOODS WIIICII WE OFFER
-L aro frosh from tho market, aud wo
guarantoo that our pricos aro bolow tho
compel ilion mark, quality considered.
Wo will actually sell you a Good Cook
Stovo for $7, with nico lot of war*. If
our pricoB don't boat all wodon'task you
to buy. Wo will soil you tho "BoyDixio,"
host Turning Plow ovor mado, for $1.35;
a No. 20 Chilled Turnor, largo two-horao,
for $0.50; Plows, all sorta, at 3J and 4Jo.
por pound; Ilorso Shoes and Nails, 20c.
sot; Axes at 05c. each.
Wo koop a full supply of Nails and
Farm Tools, Blacksmith Hammors, Kilon,
Loaded Sholls at 40c. per box. Guns,
doublo and single-barrel, breech and
muzzle-loaders, at pricos you haven't
Wo havo a big lot of Shoes that can't br
equalled at our pricos-all sorts and sizes.
Wo havo a lot of Rock Salt that will
provo tho best investment you can make
for your stock. Soo it and try a lump.
Lots of Tobacco that wo will Boll cheap
by tho box.
Ladios' DresB Goods from 5c. up.
Trunks 35c. and up.
Nico lino of Carpets, Rugs. otc.
Umbrellas to Buit anybody.
Mon's Overalls and Pants 45o. and up.
Tho "Jefferson" is tho boBt Hat ovor
sold. Fully warranted.
Just como and soo bow much money
you will Bavo.
DEAN & EARLE
At the Brick Corner,
Walhalla, S. C.
At Norman's !
Our English Crockory lins Arrived
These goods will bo sold at very low
All kinds of now goods arriving
U P/TovwiJ5 tore^_
Commutation Road Tax.
COMMUTATION road taxis $2.00 or
four days' work, but tho $2.00 can
not bo paid after tho first day of Fobru
ary. This applies to those between tho
ages of 18 and 55 years, oxcopt thoso
exempt, by law. J. R. KAY,
Troasuror of Oconoe County.
IVotioo ol' X^ino? Set
tlement ii ri<l XMH-.
NOTICE is horoby givon that tho un
dersigned will mako application to
1). A. Smith, Esq., Judgo of Probato for
Oconco county, in tho State of South
Carolina, at Ins oflico at Walhalla Court
Houso, on Monday, tho 3d day of Docom
bor, HUH), at ll o'clock in tho forenoon,
or as soon thorcaf tor as said application
can bo heard, for loavo to mako final
settlement, of tho estates of W. Stiles
Barron and Stella Karron, minors, and
llnal dischargo as Guardian of said
estates. E. A. KARRON,
Guardian of tho Estates of W. Stiles
Ranon and Stella Ranon, minors.
October 31, 1MM). 44-47
N ER VITA PILLS
Restore Vitality, Lost Vigor sad Manhood
Curo ?mpo?oncy, Nlffht Emission, LOBB of Mom
fNK?k orv, lill wast inti dlsoasos, I-1
SH otToct? of iel f.abuso or Af|
^UOZCOSH and indiHcrotlon. vi\?
09 A norvo tonio and PILL^
i?tblood bultdor. Urinas rM
'..rtho pink ?low to palo
CIIOOKB nii(T rostoros t)io %?\Jf
wWlIro of youth. Hy mall CTS?
>K NBOO nor box. O bozoR for t-- ... ?
ftO, with our bankable ftaurantee to oura
or refund tho money paid. Mond for circular
HIMI iv |iy ut mir bnnknblo tfiinrnntoo bond,
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(VKM.OW i.Ai.Bi.) Immediate Results
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DR. J. W. BELL, Druggist,
WALHALLA, S. C,