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Writing Pads, Pend
Material, otc. Whon you
p, g.-Just received ft fresh liuo cf Ca
WANTED, for cash, Dogwood and
Persimmon bogs. Southern Hard
wood Company, 1'. 0. Uox 620, Charles
ton, S. C. Nov. l t, 1000-lins
MONEY TO LOAN. - Loans nego
tiated for a tenn at 7 per cont in
tercHt. A pul y to
K-OO. JAYNKS A SllKLOR.
ITIOltSALK.-A new Piano. Terms easy.
< Address (i. K. CLARKSON,
Walhalla, S. C.
COTTON.-Wo are now in th*? markot
for 2,000 bales ol cotton. Will pay
highest market price at all times at
Westminster, S. C.
CH ES WELL COTTON MILL (X).
October 17, HUH). 42-52
WOOD WANTED.-Ono thousand
cords of four-foot wood, dolivoi'od
at mill of the Chcswoll Cotton Mill Com
pany, Westminster, 8. C.
Octohor 17, 1000. 42-62
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Tho following arc tho hours for tho
^Arrival and departure'of mails, Walhalla
* Arrive. Leave.
Paslicilucr train (tinily). 4.60pin P.IOmu
Kroiuht trollt (daily ox. Sim.)..10.27 nul 12.00 m
Westminster (?lallyex. Sun.)..11.30 nm 3.16 i>m
jocassco (?Inllv except Sun.). .11.30 am 11.45 um
Hlgltlalulsidally ex. Sumte/?.. a.OO pin 7.00 am
Mail matter is collected from street
boxes prior to departure of 0.10 A. M. and
c. M. mads.
Ifamil aub personal.
-. bloom sells it for less."
-t'apt. and Mrs. J. H. Anderson vis
ited tho par Oil ts of thc former at Pendle
ton last Sunday.
-100 bushels june bluo straw seed
wheat for sale by .I. l\ Stribliiif?, Rich
land, S. C.
-Mrs. .). W. Tolbert and two children,
of Seneca, spent Sunday at Walhalla j
v/ith4:or parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert)
-Miss Hattie Rutledge re-oponed
school at /ion November ?Uh after sovo
ral weeks' vacation for tho cotton pick
-Hov. W. T. Mc Alister and family, of
the Mountain Rest community, have
moved to Walhalla. Wo welcome thom
to our midst.
-Prof. N. W. Macaulay and family, of
Newells, N. C., are visiting relatives in
Ocotiee this week. Their many friends
arc always pleased tosco them.
-The hour for services on Saturday at
bethlehem Baptist church bas been
changed from 2 e. M. to 11 A. M.
YY. T. MeAnisTKii, Pastor.
-Mrs. J, T. Langston and children,
after spending two weeks or moro in
Laurens with kindred and friends, re
im ned to her homo tn Walhalla last
-The merchants of tho town aro be
ginning to receive their Christmas goods.
Watch the advertising columns of this
paper and you will know where to go to
get what you want.
-Capt. ,). B. Hunnicutt and wifo, of
St. Altgustino, Kia,, ar? visiting the for
mer's mother, Mrs. M. K, Hunnicutt,
and family, near High Falls. We wish
them a pleasant visit.
- Mrs. K. L. Herndon left for Augusta,
(la., Monday morning, where she will
attend the wedding of her niece this
week. From there slio will visit her
mother at Grail!tovillo, S. C.
- In another column of this issue will
h? found an interesting account of the
trip that ll. A. IL Gibson, Esq., made
to Richmond, This lutter will bc espe
cially interesting to thc old soldiers.
-Wo were pleased to meet our genial
friend, John Veiner stribling, of Ander
son, on our streets Monday afternoon.
He was oil route to Whetstone, where ho
will do some surveying for Dr. Thomp
-Clayton ((la.) Tribuno: "There isa
gourd vine in L. X. Robins' apple or
chard thal has almost covered a largo
apple troo. Tho vino lins about 25 largo
goulds on lt, some of thom nearly two
feet long, lt is a novel scene and Mr.
hollins gives our people a welcome to go
and seo it."
-On last Friday night about nine
o'clock a lire occurred at the. Walhalla
Cotton Mills in the pl ck Ol' room which
Caused some excitement in the town for
awhile. The lire was caused by some
friction in the machinery or by the ignit
ing of a match which was probably
dropped In tho cotton. Damage slight
live or six dollars.
-The house occupied by Pete Black
well, colored, who lives at Townville,
was burned to tho ground at midnight
6n November 8. Tho tire, which seems J
to have originated in the kitchen, was
under such great headway whon discov
ered that Pete was able to save hut little
Of his household offocts, The house be
longed to Mrs. Oscar Marris.
- Isaac brown, a well known colored
.man of he- community, presented us
Iwith tho largest sweet potatoo, of the
yam variety, that we have seen this sea
son. lt measured '?I inches in circum
ference and weighed ."> pounds. Isaac
one of our most industrious colored men
and always makes good crops of every
thing that grows in the ground and above
.-A shower of meteors is scheduled to
fall tO-night. The thousands of people
who, twelve months age. sat up all night
gazing heavenward to sic tho sight that
never cami! will doubtless prevent exten
sive rubber necking to-night, The as
tronomers say that the shower is coin
ing and ii ii should put in its appearance
it will bo worth seeing. Till'. COUIUKU,
however does not gu?rante?! its appear
- Mr. Samuel 15. (looroo is oil a brief
visit to his uncle, Mr. .1. [.',. Hendrix, and
family, of Walhalla. This is his first
triplo our beautiful moil nt ai h city and
he is pleased with its appearance and out
look. Mr. (leorgo has just recently hoon
elected Clerk of Court nf Lexington
county, and WO are persuaded he will
make n faithful and capable officer. Ito
made Tun Conti KU office an appreciated
? all on Tuesday morning,
-Lunacy's > Hour Liver Regulator is
the best remedy to relieve Hie valions
foims ot headache, including nervous
and sick hoadaeho, mid ll is safe to say
that nine cases oui of ten of this dis
tressing complain! are due to ail inactive
or sluggish liv?i with < oust! pated bowels.
A few doses of Luniiey's s Hour Liver
Regulator will soon restore these organs
to their proper functions and hoadaeho
ceases, in tho same manner it regulatos
tllO bowels, prevents constipation and
pilOS, relieves ,-\|| forms of biliousness,
such as dizziness, nausea, coaled tongue,
lons of appetite, ,\-c. Ti v \U Large
paokagns 200, at Lunney's. '
up all thoughts of economizing. It isn't
et every thing the children need for about
mr fathers. My ?took inclinion :
ls, Sponges, Crayons, Pens, Ink, Drawing
want a lot of these things I will make lot
O tf illly,
. H. DARBY, Druggist.
-Mr. A. P. Couoh, of Carnosvillo, Ga.,
is visiting relativos in Coonee.
-At tho mooting of tho County Com
missioners yostorday W. II. Loo was ro
olocted steward of tho poor house
-Miss Mao Chorry, of Sonoca, attondod
tho marriage of Mr. Jos. H. Darby and
Miss Bessie Strothor, in Wost Union,
-Carter A Co., Walhalla, will soil you
goods rogardloss of cost for thirty days,
bogimiitig Novombor 16th. Road thoir
advertisement and givo thom a call.
-WANTKD.- Ono million heart pino
and poplar shingles, to bo shipped ono
or two cars per wook. Address, with
price, Bailey Furniture ami Lumber Co.,
Union, S. C.
-Communion services will bo bold at
tlio Walhalla Baptist church next Sunday
morning aftor preaching. Proaohing by
tho pastor, Hov. C. Wardlaw, at 11A. M.
and 7.30 I?, H.
-Rev. E. E, Sholhamor, of Atlanta,
Ga., will proach at Kaufman's Opora
House Thursday and Friday night, No
bembor l?th and 10th. Everybody is
cordially invited to attond.
-Messrs. M. W. Coleman A Co., of
Seneca, carry an immonso stock of ladies'
and children's wraps, clothing, hats and
shoes. They aro prepared to show tho
latest styles in these lines and cnn suit
everybody. Givo thom a call when you
are out shopping.
-Mrs. J. T. Kay wont to Holton Monday
to attond tho funeral of hor father, Mr.
Alfred Campholl, who died on that dato
at tho advanced ago of ninoty years.
Mrs. J, H. Kay also attondod thc funeral.
-An oyster supper and concert will
givon in tho Lowry-Hyrd building in
Sonoca next Friday evening for tho bono
lit of thc library of that town. Walhalla
is expected to send a largo delegation.
Lot every ono attend 1
-Tho fourth quarterly conference for
tho Walhalla and Newry circuit will bo
hold at /ion church on ino i7th and ist h
of Novombor, 1900. Tho ollieial tnom
bors of tho ehargo aro. earnestly re
quested to bo present. Tho Presiding
Kider will preach each day at ll A. M.
H. I,. Dufflo, P. C.
-Mr. G. A. Norman, who has boon
manager Of Tho Inman Drug Company,
of Goorgotown, has returned homo and
will be found at his post pushing busi
ness at tho old stand. Also, will open
up a now stand, which will bo noted in
our next issue.
-Wc desire to direct tho special atten
tion of our readers to tho big advertise
ment of Hoskin Anderson, of Seneca,
occupying tho last page of our paper this
week. Ho is .selling goods at prices that i
will move th \ Tho pcoplo of Oconoo
and adjoining counties, who want to
make a littlo money go a long ways,
should buy their fall and winter supplies
from Ruskin Anderson. Read his ad
vertisement and givo him a call. <
-Mr. Robert K. White exhibited to us
on last Friday a United States copper
cont dated in 1704-106 years old. Ho
picked it up recently in his cotton patch.
Thc coin is well preserved and shows
tho lottoring and figures distinctly on
each sido and around tho rim .of tho
piece of money. How carno this coin
where it was found and who originally
owned it, would bo of historical interest.
Mr. White has boon ot?ored a nico littlo
sum for it.
-Died, October 20, MOO, Mrs. Sarah
A. Doggins, who had been sick quito a
whilo. Sho had hoon a consistent mem
ber of tho baptist church from almost
childhood, and heneo died in tho full
triumph of a living faith. Sho leaves a
husband to mourn hor loss. Sho was
laid to rest In tho Scneoa cemetery Octo
ber 28, HMM). Rev. W. T. Abbott con
ducted tho burial sorvico and will proach
hor funeral at Corinth Baptist church
the third Sabbath in this month, blessed
aro those that die in tho Lord, for their
works do follow them.
-A serious and perhaps fatal accidont
befell the son of Mr. R. L. Beggs on last
Wednesday, whilo hauling a load of cot
ton to Messrs. McMahan and Barron's
gin. Tho wind was blowing a stilT
breeze on that day, and whilo driving
along thc public road, near tho rcsidonco
of Mr. das. I,. Royd, a pino troo, about
ten inches in diameter, suddenly foll
across tho wagon, striking tho roar
wheels and body of tho vehicle, a limb
of which glanced and struck tho boy in
thc right side, cutting a gash about four
inches long and penetrating tho hollow,
tearing tho striding about thrco inches,
causing tho bowels to protrudo at tho
opening. Tho falling of tho treo caused
tho mule to run off, throwing tho lad off
tho wagon. In this condition, aftor try
ing to walk a few steps, ho was picked
up and carried to tho homo of Mr. Royd,
wh?re his wounds woro soon given
attention hy Dis. Ashmoro and Strihling.
Wo learned Monday morning that thcro
was no possible chanco of young Hoggs'
rccovory. Ho was about If) yoars old.
Our heart-felt sympathies go out to tho
bereaved and distressed parents in their
Will Close Storos on Thanksgiving.
Wo, tho undersigned merchants of tho
town of Walhalla, hereby agrco to close
stores, both front and back doors, on
Thanksgiving day, 20 th of November:
C. W. Pitchford Co., C. fi. .layncs, I,.
HlooiU, O. ll. Schumacher, agent, M.
Saul, I,. C. Craig, C. W. Hauknight, Car
ter ?V Co., W. II. Reeder, Norman Co.,
Dean <S Karlo, V. b. Norman, II. C.
busch and .1. I. Smith.
Tho County Troasuror will ho at tho
following named places on the dates
mentioned for tho purpose of collecting
Westminster, Monday, November 10.
Seneca, Tuesday and Wednesday, No
vember 20 ami 21.
Newry. Thursday, November 22,
Fort ?lill, Friday. November 2:td.
J, R KAY, Treasurer.
Brown, Osborno A Co., Andorson.
Tho first page of The Courier this week
is taken up hy the announcement of
brown, Osborno A Co.i the well-known
wholesale and retail mendiants of Ander
son. They are off Or i rig their mammoth
stock at cost in order to reduce it quickly,
as a business chango will be made on the
first of January next. A careful reading
of this page will convince tho buyer that
this a raro opportunity to secure a high
( lass of goods at a great reduction. The
Integrity of this firm ia sufficient gu?r
ate, . of the genuineness of thoir (tiler.
They will be pleased to SOO their friends
and will serve them in the best manner.
Dewitt's Witch Hazel Salvo wll
quickly hool tho worst burns and scalds
and not leave a scar. It can he applied
Incuts and raw surfaces with prompt
and soothing effect. Cse it for piles and
skin diseases. Rewaro of worthlows coun
terfeits. J. W. Boll,
SrnT* We acknowledge that ovoi
WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING
Wo have Mon's Suits from $1.
to como and soo them, for our pri
Youths' Suits from $1.05 to $7.
Mr. Jas. H. Darby and Miss Bossie Strother
Married this Morning.
In tho proaouco of a number of rota
tivos and friends, at tho home nf tim
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Strothor, iu Wost Union, Mr. James H.
Darby aud Miss Rossie Strothor woro
married this morning at half-past toa
o'olock. Tho beautiful marriago cere
mony of tho M ot hod ist. Episcopal Church
was usod, Hov. Gb I<\ Clarkson, pastor
of tho Walhalla Mothodist church, oftl
ciating. Tho parlor waa tastefully deco
rated with ovorgreoiiH and houso plants.
Tho young couplo entered tho room,
proceded by Hov. Mr. Clarkson, and stood
under a chandelier, artistically hung
with ribbons and mistletoe, and iii a
solemn and impressive maimer woro
united in tho holy bonds of matrimony.
After congratulations ami good wishes
Woro extended au olegant lunch waa
sorvod, and at 1!? o'clock tho brido and
groom, accompanied by a number of
their friends, drovo to Seneca. Mr. and
Mrs. Darby will .spend somo timo in
Atlantn, Chattanooga, and other citios.
They havo hosts of friends boro and else
where who will wish them every happi
ness and prosperity.
Tho groom is tho eldest son of Dr. and
Mrs. 1). H. Darby, of Walhalla. Ho ia a
prominent young business man and
holds tho highest esteem of all. Tho
bride is a charming young woman and
has been a groat favorito in social circles
among both young and old.
Tho high esteem in which both aro
hold by thoir many friends was attested
by tho number of handsome presents,
somo of which carno from other Status
Mr. Darby is to bo congratulated upon
winning tho hand and heart of ono of
Walhalla's most charming young ladies.
On thoir return Mr. and .Mrs. Darby
will make Walhalla thoir homo.
Visiting Lawyors. ,
Messrs. G. E. Priuoo, of Anderson; T.
P. Cothran, of Greenville; J. P. Carey
and Solicitor-elect J. E. Hoggs, Of Pick
oils, and E. Hari et, of Tocooa, Ga., havo
boen in attendauco on the present term
Special Communication ot Sonoca Lodge.
There will bo a special communication
of Sonoca Lodge, No. 186, \. E. M., on
Saturday evening, November 24th, at
oight o'clock. District Deputy Grand
Master K. M. Worts! will bo presont and
exemplify tho work of tho third dogroo.
All members of tho Craft in tho district
aro fraternally invited to attend.
Doath of Miss Delia Frasier.
Died, after a lingering illness, of con
sumption, on Sunday morning last at '?'>
o'clock, November 11 th, 1000, Miss Delia
Erasior, tho oldest daughtor of Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Erasior, of Walhalla. She
was twenty-nino years of ago and was
greatly beloved for her quiet disposition
and lovable Christian character. Sho
was a faithful and zealous member nf tho
Walhalla Methodist church and Sunday
school. During her long sickness shu
was cheerful and uncomplaining and
died, having a bright experience and hope
of a blissful immortality. For twelve
years sho had boon a member of tho
militant church and was ready when tho
dread summons carno to enter upon tho
joys and felicities of tho church triumph
ant. Dor funeral services wore con
ducted atibo homo of her parents on
Tuesday afternoon, by her pastor, Hov.
G. E. Clarkson, in tho presence of a
largo number of relatives and sympa
thizing friends. At tho conclusion of
tho services at tho homo her body was
carried to Westview cemetery aud do
posited in mother earth to await tho res
urrootion of tho pure in heart. Our ton
dorest sympathies aro extended to tho
sorely horcaved and stricken family.
Ills Life Wns Saved.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizens of
Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wondorfll
deliverance from a frightful death. In
tolling of it ho says: "I was taken with
typhoid fever, that ran into pneumo
nia, My lungs became hardened. 1 was
so weak I couldn't oven sit up in bcd.
Nothing helped mo. I expected soon to
die with consumption, when I heard of
Dr. King's New Discovery. Ono bottle,
gave groat roliof. I continued to uso it,
and now am well and strong. I can't
say too much in its praise." Tho marvel
lous medicine is the surest and quickest,
euro in tho world for all throat and
lung trouble. Regular size BO couts
and $1.00, Trial bottles freo at all drug
stores in thc county. Every bottle guar
Democrats of North Carolina are to ho
congratulated on tho olection of Sim
mons to tho SOnatO, Not that Carr is
unworthy in tho least, but Simmons
clearly dosorved it. Wo aro surprised
that there should have been opposition
to lum, hut wo think that opposition
will surely bo satisfied with the majority
of moro than forty thousand in Sim
, a , ......
Tho elections being over, lot us all go
to work to grow, develop and prospoi
Wo aro all Americans and live in the
best country, and, with all its faults,
under the best government on tho faco
of tho globe.
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No Hight to Ugliness.
The woman who is lovely in face, form
and temper will always have friends, but
one who would he attract!V0 must kee))
her health. If she is weak, sickly and
all run down, she will ho nervous
and irritable. If she has constipation
or kidney trouble, her Impure blond will
cause pimplos, blotches, skin eruption
and a wretched complexion. Klooll'io
Hitters is the best medicine 111 the world
tu regulate Stomach, liver and kidneys
and to purify tho blood, lt gives strong
nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin,
riotl complexion, lt will make a good'
looking, charming woman of a run-down
invalid. Only 50 cents at all drugstores.
Attorney General McClurg, of Missis
slppi, has Hied a declaration in tho Cir
cuit Court charging nineteen cotton oil
mills In tho State with violating the new
anti trust law. The declaration asks for
a forfeiture of charter and that tho statu
tory penalty ho imposed, lt also sets
forth that tho mills violated tho law by
entering into a combination to control
the prices of cotton seed, and thal this
combination also prevents competition
among insurance companies for oil mills,
ami competition among railroads for
hauling tho seed. During tin; early part
of tho Season tho pr loo of tho seed went
as high as $20 per ton.
IJITTI?EJ WILLIE" MCKINLEY
.ybody sells cheap clothing, but Now is the timo to buy C
CHEAP. 45c. to $5.75.
90 to $17.50. It will pay you Wo also carry a completo lino c
ces beat thc world. GENTS' FURNISHING GOOD
50; worth from $3.50 to $12.50. ETS, TRUNKS AND VALISES
LOUIS BLOOM, Proprietor.
November 15 to December 15.
NOT GOING OUT, BUT A CHANGE
IN BUSINESS !
On account of tho ill health of one of the members of tho
firm, we expect to make a chango in our business tho first of
next year, and for this reason we now wish to reduce our stock,
therefore, for tho
NEXT THIRTY DAYS,
md 30 days only, we will sell for ('ASH, and cash only, Cloth
ing, Hals, Caps, Shoes, Hoots, Overshoes, Dross Goods and
Trimmings, Table Linen, Towels, Underwear, Shirts, Collars
ind Gull's, Mackintoshes, China and Crockery Ware, (2 sets of
101 pieces of beautiful China to go at just half price), and many
ither things too numerous to mention, al such prices as must
tnovo them regardless of cost.
We still have a fow Disc Plows on hand to oiler at a low
Two hundred and fifty barrels of Flour lo go at thc fol
owing prices : Best Patent, "Roxane," at $4.50; Fancy Patent,
'Bakers' Choice," $4.25 ; Fancy Straight, "Southern Belle,"
M ; Choice Family, "Sunny South," $3.00.
This is no cut price sale, but a clearance sale, and will
ast only 30 days, so bear in mind when it begins and when it
.loses-from November loth to December 15th.
Wo would Cid! especial attention to our large and varied
(tock of Shoes. If you need them bo s uro and avail yourself of
his rare opportunity to get them cheap, for we are going to oller
hem al prices that will move thom.
You rs res pee t fit 11 y,
CARTER & CO.
N. B.-We would respectfully ask all who aro indebted
?o us lo come and settle at once. Carter & Co.
Conting from Boston, Now York and Baltimore!
A pretty, largo variety and very cheap for the quality at
A. A. Norman's, Norman-Co. Stores.
All kinds ol" House-Furnishings in China, Enamol, Tin,
Jlass ami Woodenwaro. Bargains for overybody. A w?lcomo
o all. NORM AX-CO. STORES.
THE GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT.
Having No Important Matters to Claim their
Attontion, they Justly Eulogize tho Retir
ing Solicitor and Clerk of Court.
Tho grand jury made thoi, n W pre
sentment last Thursday. ^ svoro no
nnttors of special importance for their
sousidoration. Their report, thoreforo,
s short. They justly commend tho re
tiring Solicitor and Clork of Court for
illicicucy in tho performance of their
I Uti OS. Following is tho presentment:
State of South Carolina, County of
Oconoo.-To His Honor .lames Aldrich,
ludgo presiding in tho Eighth .Judicial
Circuit, for Oconoo County, nt tho No
irombor torin, 1000:
Wo, the grand jury, hop; leave to sub
mit this our tina! report:
That wo have heretofore reported upon
ill public matters that como within our
jurisdiction, and now have nothing Spo
liai to roport at this tor m.
In concluding tho duties of tho torin
md of tho your's sorvicc as grand jurors,
.vo bog to tender to the .Indigo presiding
>?r thanks for tho courtesies shown us.
Whereas, tho Hon. M. V. Ansel, with
his term of Court, conoludos a continu
ous service of twolvo years as Solicitor
>f tho 8tb Judicial Cirouit; and whorons
n tho dischargo of bis rcsponsiblo dit
tos ho bas ever boon distinguishod for
uniform courtesy and conspicuous abil
ty, wo thoroforo desire, as tho roproson
atives of tho pooplo of OcoilOO county,
;o tender him our sincere thanks and as
iliro him that he carries with him on
lis retirement from ofllco our best wishes
iud sincere appreciation of eminent BUD
;oss achieved by bim in tho prosecution
if bis past ofllcial duties.
Whorons, James Seaborn, Esq., is now
sonoluding a continuous sorvico of H?X
;oon years as Clork of this Court; and
.vhereas be has ever been found faithful
md efficient in the discharge of his overy
Inly lo the people. Mow, therefore, wo
ivould lender to bim our sincero thanks
For tho faithfulness and ellicioncy with
which he has discharged bis duties, and
wish him many years of continued uso
ulness and honorable service in tho pri
mate walks of life to which he has volun
Whereas, Warrol! W. Moss, Ksq., is now
lonoluding tho second terni of four years
>ach as Sherill' of this county; and
ivhoroas, in ibo dischargo of tho arduous
md delicate duties of this responsible
?flice, he has always been found prompt,
liTtoiont and impartial. Now, therefore,
>vo desire to tender to him hearty thanks
md dOop appreciation for his service and
issuro bim that ho carries willi bim the
best wishes of our people. We wish for
lim many years of usefulness in tho walks
?f pr iva to life, where bc has voluntarily
inst his future lot.
Respect fully submitted,
A. LAY, Foreman.
November 8th, HMM).
A ('OVfrior Mill Explosion
Removes everything in sight! so do
hastio mineral pills, bul both are mighty
laiig?r?US. Don'! dynamite tho delicate
machinery of your body with calomel,
.loton oil or aloes pills, when Dr. King's
New Life Pills, which are gentle as a
mininer breeze, do the work perfectly.
Cures hoadnoho, constipation. Only '?.je.
it all drug : 'ores in the cornily.
Inasmuch as tho Republicans have
heen successful, wo are Riad to see that
it is as oomploto aH it is, for lt K'V<>S
thom ropo enough to hang themselves,
rhey have the president and they have
Congress, Koitr years from now they
Cannot claim that "tho Democrats did
Slowly Dying of Starvation.
Titcoma, Wash., November ll.-Mrs.
lames Smith, just returned from Cook
Inlet, Alaska, says that fully half of tho
thousand Indians of that section, com
prising live tribes, are slowly dying of
?tarvat!ou, Tho influx of while prospec
tors has resulted in tho killing olY of
much gamo, with tho result that tho lil
lians aie ii, prived of flosh for food and
urs for clothing. They dried salmon
ast summer, lint not onough to last
brough tho season, and winter linds
100 to 600 of thom without enough food
o last until December. Mrs. Smith, who
s a wealthy minor's wife, divided hor
itock of provisions with thc destitute
Indians, and now appeals for further aid.
Most of these Indians bolong to tho Rus
dan church, hut it is powerless to help
thom. Unless provisions aro sont by
(teamer at once, she says, hundreds will
Wliilo living at Cray Harbor, eight
years ago, Mrs. .Smith, thou Mrs. Martha
White, swam into thc surf and rescued
three shipwrecked sailors from drown
ing, for which Congress voted her a modal.
Aro grand, but skin eruptions rob lifo
:>f joy. Hueklcn's Arnica Salvo euros
thom; also old, running and fover sores,
illcors, boils, felons, corns, warts, cuts,
imiisos, burns, scalds, chapped hands,
dnlblaiiu best pilo cure on earth.
Drives out pains amt aches. Cure gnar
intccd. Sold by all druggists. Only
?0 couts a box.
It is stated that every member of tho
South Carolina Conference, M.K. Church,
will attend tho annual conferonco at
chester, which meets on thc'28th instant,
bishop Ilarffrovo will presido. Homes
liavo been found for all comors. Tho
Methodists liavo latoly finished a $l7,f>(M>
dmrch in Chester.
Are you nervous?
Are you completely exhausted?
Do you suffer every month?
If you anawer ** ve* to an\ of
these questions you (inve iib which
Wine ol Gleeful cures. Do you
Appreciate wnat perfect health would
rv to you? After taking Wine of
Cardui, thousands like you have real
ized lt. Nervous strain, loss of sleep,
cold or indigestion starts menstrual
disorders that are not noticeable at
first, hut clay by day steadily grow
Into troublesome complications. Wine
of Cardui, used lust before the men
strual period, will keep the female
system In perfect condition. This
medicine ls taken quietly At home.
There ls nothing Ute it to help
women enjoy good health. It costs
only $1 to ?esl this remedy, which U
endorsed by 1,000,000 catii Women.
Mn. Lena T. Frltburg, Gait St. Louis,
UL, saysi "I mn physically a new
woman, by reasorT'of my un of Wine of
Cardui and Thedford's Black Draught."
In OKMiB nvjtilrliiu npoAlal dlrflctlonn, ail
'lrp"".?l?1iiH?rnnitAin?, "TlioI.iMllsi' Advt?
?.rf ooiMirtmoiit." rh? obatianoofa U6?U
cltio Co., ChHtlnnoofrn, Tonn.
I? RE-ELECTED J?JEfcE?H>EIN"T I
SAVE YOU MONEY, AND TO
E MONEY IS SOMETHING
WE ALL WANT TO DO.
Children's Suits anywhere from
?f SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS,
S, SKIRTS, CAPES, JACK
?P^Give us a call and bo convinced that WE ARE THE
ONLY ONES TO LiUY FROM.
We take pleasure in showing our goods, and when you 300 tho
quality and price you will bo sure to buy.
Our customors aro always pleased-call and let us please you.
(??Bloom Sells It For Less/')
Tiree Doors Below tie Post Hoe.
X*liomt3 No. 1,
Fall and Winter doods!
We have just opened up one of the largest stocks of
goods ever shown in Walhalla.
Our Several Lines are Complete
in Every Particular.
In Dress Goods
Wo Vivo Homo beautiful designs.
Our Dress Trimmings and Linings nro
second to nono.
Wo have addod Jackets, Capos, Skirts
and Underskirts to our Block. These
uro marked specially low in ordor to
movo them quickly.
Mon's Laundered Shirts with two
collars at '26o. for a few days only.
Mon's Suspenders 15c; worth 25c.
One pair of Largo Towels, 25o.
To lit largo mon, fat mon, lean mon,
short men, thick mon, thin mon, old
men, young men, and all kinds of mon.
Largo stock of Ovorcoats.
Wo can lit tho boys also.
Como and seo us and lot us lit you
up in Clothing.
WOOL BLANKETS, QUILTS,
MEN'S AND ROYS' HATS AND
CAPS IN LATEST STYLES.
Stoves and Ranges.
Sheppard's make-every ono guaran
Wo sell tho "Woodland" Box Heat
ing Stoves for school houses. They
givo perfect satisfaction or money re
Trunks and Valisos-largo lino-all
sizes and prices.
In Hardware and Plows wo havo
anything you need.
Our Crocory Stock is complote.
Ono Car of Ballard's Obelisk Flour
received ovory thirty days.
Bay State Shoes.
THE BEST ON THE MARKET.
Umbrellas from 50c to
Come and see us. We are anxious to sell.
I. W. PITCHFORD CO.
This littlo "spoil" of hot woathor
will not last long, and you will
WINTER WK APS,
FLANNELS AND BLANKETS.
Wc arc well supplied, and havo
moro to arrive in a fow days.
Wo don't waid. your money unless
we ca>i please you in quality and
Our stock of Outings, Eiderdown,
Daisy Cloth, Canton Flannels,
Flanncllcttos, and everything in
HIE DRY GOODS KINK,
is completo in every particular.
Wo have tho most beautiful Outings
as low as ftc.
300D CALICO AT Bo.
Remember our specialties:
HAM I ETON -BROWN SHOKS,
tVKMORHI DK CORSETS,
SEW IDEA 10c, PATTERNS.
Tho November Patterns in storo;
also tho Fashion Shoots-tho lattor
froo for tho asking.
Another shipment of Trunks,
\ new arrival of (-'rockery,
A second instalment of
Stationery and School Supplies,
Aro among tho latest,
READY-MADE WAISTS AND SKIRTS
ALWAYS ON II AND.
V L NORMAN
WALHALLA, S. C,
This world belongs to tho onorgctio.
WE MAKE OUR
. . . USUAL ATTRACTIVE DISPLA Y OF. . .
Ladies', Misses and Children's Wraps, Cloaks,
^ Cipr- and lacket?
Of Newest Styles and Most Up-to-Daie Workmanship.
Oar Jackets are ca t and made by the most
Artistic Cloak Makers of the North. The
Cloths are the best. They are carefully
selected. The result is that ou r line is the
most perfect in Jil and finish thal money can
buy. inspect this line carefully before you
make your purchase.
Headquarters for Overcoats.
Styles suitable for Young .Men specially,
Older Men particularly, and All Sorts and
Sizes of Men generally.
Tan Covert, Hearer in Blue or Black, Heavy
Kersey and Cassini er, besides u lt (lie cheaper
) TAN COVERT FOR. $8.
See Our: \
) BLUE AND BLACK ll EA VEE FOU $10.
.TU E Y ARE LEA DEUS.
This is one of our strong points. Wc aluni y s
have the thing yo, - arc looking for-the sort
tildi jits and pleases I he boy and helps you r
pocketbook. Any (?rude, any Size, any Erice.
With or totthout Extra l'unis.
Wc ure Headquarters on uti Lines of Dry doods,
Clothing, Shoes and Notions,
-REM EM ll Ell