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Just Arrived-The la
mas Goods ever shown
too many prices to mei
* the goods to judge whc
right. I ani so sure b
you to compare tit em.
Largo assortment of Candy and Firow
WANTED, for cash, Dogwood and
Persimmon Logs. Southorn Hard
wood Company, P. O. Box I'M), Charles
ton, S. C. Nov. 14, 1000- lins
MONK Y TO LOAN.-Loans nego
tiated for a torin at 7 por cont lu
torost. Apply to
10-24-00. J AY NES A SH FLOR.
(COTTON.-Wo aro now in tho markot
J for 2,000 bales of cotton. Will pay
highest markot price at all times at
Westminster, S. C.
OIIESWELL COTTON MILL CO.
October 17, UKX>. 42-62
WOOD WANTED.-Ono thousand
cords of four-foOt wood, delivered
at mill of tho Choswoli Cotton Mill Com
pany, Westminster, S. C.
October 17, 1000. 42 52
-"Bloom sells it for less."
-Mr. M. J. Smith is clerking for Dr.
J. W. Boll.
-Mr. Coo. L. Wilson is attending tho
fair at Jackson, Ca., this wook.
-Boll's drug storo is receiving an itn
monso stock of Christmas goods.
-Deputy Marshal J. T. McKinney
spout Saturday in Cainesvillo, Ga., on
-Seo notice of seizure in another ool
umu, and if tho property is yours "ac
knowledge tho corn."
--Mr. II. P. llollomnu is now employed
as oxpross messenger on the Hine Ridgo
Railroad between Walhalla and Belton.
-Mrs. Rebecca Abernethy and oh il
don, of Washington, I). C., aro spending
Homo time with her mother, Mrs. Rebecca
Leopold, in Midway.
-Editor M. L. Clark, of tho Marion
Star, has boan appointed Journal Clerk
of tao Senate by Lieutenant Covernor
olect Jami s H. Tillman.
-Wanted-Active, energetic men anil
women in each township. Steady em
ployment; good pay. Call on or address
1). II. Russell, Anderson, S. C.
-Mr. V. L. Norman is now handling
jewelry manufactured by the W. F. Main
Co. (?ive him a call. Ile guarantees all
jewelry as represented. Seo ad.
-Mr. Jas. F. Neville, of Wost Union,
spent last Friday in Creenville, S. C., in
conference with parties interested in the
Chattooga River Development Company.
-Prof. S. R. Soward gave his perform
ance last Wednesday night. Ile is an
expert both in ventriloquism and sleight
of-hand perform anco. His entertain
ment was highly enjoyed.
-Miss Can tic liane, after spondiug
some weeks in Walhalla visiting the
family of Dr. 1). R. Darby and other rela
tives, returned to her homo in Fort
Motte, S. C., last Thursday morning.
-Mr. J. li, Loudermilk, who lives in
the "Shake Rag" section, was in town
recently with two coons that ho had
killed at ono shot. Mr. Loudermilk
wHsod a single-barreled, muzzle-loading
shotgun loaded with No. S shot.
-In the District Court in Charleston
Inst Saturday J migo Rrawloy sentenced
Alonzo F, Powell to the Goonoo jail for a
term of six months. Powell was con
victed at the Greenville Court ol' distill
ing and a sealed sentence was left.
-Mr. Richard Orubbs, of Fail' Play,
shot and killed a hawk one day last wook
that measured four feet, from tip to tip
of wings. Mr. d ubbs w as sitting on a
horse and the hawk was Hying when ho
shot ami killed it at a distance of 70 or
-Tho news of tho dav is made up hor
ribly, and very largely, of murders,
homicides, robberies, rapes and divers
other deeds of violence. Il is enough to
convince any bible reader that "tho devil
is loose," Slid that tho "vials of wrath"
aro being pured out upon the earth.
-The Legislature convenes under the
Constitution tho second Tuesday in Janu
ary and the month coming in on Tues
day, the (ionoral A; semhly will convene
next year on tho curliest possible day.
They will hrivo twenty-three days in
January and ought to be home by tho
loth of February.
-It. T. Jaynes, Ksq., loft Walhalla
Tuesday morning for Columbia, Goorgo
town and Charleston. Ile will combine
pleasure with business and spend about
two weeks on his trip. At Charleston
he will attend the mooting of tin; Ci and
Lodge A. h\ M. as the representative nf
Walhalla Lodge Mo. ()2 A. F. M.
- Mr. J. li. Shirley, of Fair Play, had
tho misfortune to loso his right hand by
accident last Thursday. Il?) was run
ning a feed shredder, and, in some way,
his hand became Olltntlglod in the ina
chinory and was terribly lacerated, mak
ing amputation necessary. Mr. Shirley
is getting along as woll as could bo ex
- Miss Kinma Merrick, who is a stu
dent in Converse College, Spartanburg,
mid with a painful accident, last Thurs
day aftei noon by falling while practic
ing in the gymnasium, breaking both
bones in her right arin between the
(dhow anil wrist. ! ho came hollie Sun
day to remain nut i she is able to use her
arm as before.
- Rev. G. K. Clarkson ret in ned to Wal
halla Monday evening, after hi ing absent
a week attending the meeting of the
Annual Conference at Chester. The
members of t he M et hod ist, churches at
Walhalla and Seneca are delighted ht his
return to this work. Ho bas made him
self very popular among all denomina
tions during the past year.
---Deputy Marshals Corbin and McKin
ney ami W. .1. Reek ami James Coi Inn
(raptured a wagon load ol' whiskey near
Lair Play early las! friday morning, and
arrested I". I.. Kl om ll lg, his son and .1. L.
McCrackin and coullseated the team and
liquor. The men had nboul seventy gal
lons of whiskey in the wagon. Tin- men
wen? given a prslimluary hearing hoforo
Commissioner Sbolor oil Saturday and
Wore hound over io the United Slates
- Mr. John .1. Picketts ?as awarded
the contract last I'riday by the County
hoard of Commissioners to rebuild thc:
bridge over (Mianga creek, at the John
Taylor Cox bridge placo, for $75, Here
tofore this bridge has cost the county as
high as $:IOO for rebuilding, Tho bridge
will bo built low this time and will be
about 55 feet long. Tho obi bridge is
abolit ion feet long. Tho work ol re
building is lo be completed by the 15th
of January, IDOL
Attention ls called to the pago adver
tisement of Mr. c. c. Jaynes, Walhalla,
on t|iO fourth page ot this i>sue. Ile has
a full and well selected stock of genoral
merchandise and will be glad to have
you call and examine, hi-, ?roods. \ on
will do well to read cai? fully and note
tho articles enumerated in the several
departments. Ho is conducting a "bar
gain counter," ami all articles placed on
it will ho sold at a reduced price. (Jive
him a call when you aie in Walhalla. Ib
is pushing things ami will make il lo
- Lunney's - I lour Liver Regulator ls
tin" best remedy lo relieve the various
forms of headache, including nervous
and sick headache, ami it is sale to say
that niue eases out of len of the. dis
tressing complain! are due io an Inactive
or sluggish liver with const ?paled bowels,
A few doses of Lunney's > Hour Rivet
Reculator will soon restore Ho se organs
to their proper functions and headache
ceases, In the same manner il regulates
the bowels, prevents constipation ami
jnles, relieves all forms of biliousness,
HUOh as dizz?llOSH, nausea, coaled tOtlgUO,
loss of appetite, Ac. 'fry it. Larg(
packages 200. al Lunney's.
Santa C?a us.
.rgest assortment of Christ
here. Too many goods and
ttion. You will have to see
ither prices and quality are
oth are right that I invite
. H. DARBY, Druggist.
STRAYED OK STOLEN.-A full Jor
80V cow. black noso, dark colorod
to height of Hanks, strayed or was stolon
from my pasturo, on Tugaloo rtvor, (on
A. IL Ramsay's placo,) on Docombor 1st,
last. Any information concerning bor
whoroabout? will bo gladly received.
Reward if found. JOHN BROWN,
40* Fort Madison, 8. C.
- Frosh cami icu at Roll's.
-Only twenty days until Christmas 1
--Nico lino of PockotCuttlory at Roll's.
-Miss Fannie Maxwell is visiting ill
A i II 1 ci sim to-day.
-Tboro is quito a demand for eggs In
tho Walhalla market.
-Miss Ro/.zio Cox, of Changa Crook,
is visiting tho family of .). W. Hollonian.
- Mrs. M. J. Langston, of Clayton,
Ga., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. E.
-Mr. IL G. Thompson,-of Victoria,
N. C., was in Walhalla last wook among
-Mr. Alex. Edwards, of Viotoria, N.
C., paid us a pleasant call Tuosday
-Mr. W. Tronholm Maxwell, of Lib
erty, spent Tuesday in Walhalla visiting
relatives and friends.
-Mrs. A. C. Frotwoll and daughter,
of Clark's Kill, aro visiting at tho homo
of Mr. IL C. busch.
-Mrs. F. L, Horndou roturnod to
Walhalla last week, after visiting rela
tives in Augusta, Ga.
-See notices of County Commissioners
in this issue. They aro important. "A
word to tho wise," etc.
-Read V. L. Norman's now ad. Ho
is giving our readers a little shoo talk,
and wo think it will provo interesting
-Preaching in the Walhalla Raptist
church on next Sunday morning ami
evening at the usual hours by tho pastor,
Rev. c. Ward law.
Deputy Marshalls Corbin and McKin
ney and W. .J. Rock seized ton gallons of
whiskey last Monday from Samuel
Bryco in the town of Walhalla.
- A great many of tho mon of Wal
halla went hunting last Thursday. Sumo
of them killed hirds, some rabbits, soino
squirrels and some-corn liquor.
-Mr. John C. Hicks, who has been
with a corps of civil engineers in South
Georgia for tho past fow months, is at
homo on a visit to his father's family.
-Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill and Miss
Kssio Hill, ut' Horse ("ove, N. C., spent
several days in Walhalla last. week.
They were guests at Mrs. Rosa Schro
- Rev. J. IL Stono will preach at Mill
Creek school house on tho third Sunday
in this munt li at ll o'clock A. M., and at
Rollmont school houso at half-past three
o'clock i*, M. same day.
-T. 15. Karlo and lt. K. Thompson,
executors, advertise some valuable real
estate that they will sell salesday in Jan
uary. This land is very desirable, and
lies in the Whetstone suction.
- A team belonging to Mr. Frank
Hill, of Horse ( uve, \. C., ran away on
the streets of Walhalla last Wednesday,
tearing up the hack to which ho was
hitched and breaking the leg of ono of
- Mrs. U. K. Mason, of W'ostminstor,
and Mrs. Dr. C. R. Floyd, of Fairburn,
(?a., spout last Saturday in Walhalla
visiting tho family of Mr. James Sea
horn. Their many friends are always
glad to welcome them hero.
-Cards aro out announcing the mar
riage of Miss Willie Virginia Reid and
Dr. Citarlos Patrick Martin on Wednes
day morning, December 12th, at 0.30,
o'clock, in the First Methodist church,
Kussel I vi Ile, Alabama.
-M. W. Coleman & Co., of Seneca,
aro advertising a lot of odd pairs of
shoes that they aro soiling at very low
prices. Re sure and give thom a call
when in Seneca. They can please you
in almost anything you may want.
- Revenue Agent Kile and Marshals
Corbin ?and McKinney and posse ar
rested near Westminster this morning A.
M..Manley,of Toccoa, (!a., and conliscated
ten gallons of whiskey ?and undo ami
buggy. Ile was traveling the Long Creek
road to ' s ? it minster.
- Mr.' .arah F. Vail, of Middleton,
X. Y., who is pleasantly remembered by
a circle of friends here, died at her home
last wook. Mrs. Yali spout part of a
winter at tho Norman Park Hotel sev
eral years ago. She was admired by all
who became acquainted with her. She
loaves only ono child, Mrs. Ottering, to
whom sympathy it extended.
-The Walhalla Comedy Company
will present "Tho Deacon," a comedy
drama, at Pitchford'* Hall, on Wednes
day night, Docombor 20th. All tho oh!
favorites of the company will make their
appearance again, and "Tho Deacon"
bj (Is fail" to bo the host performance tho
company has yet given. Remember tho
dato, and be sure to have a seat whoo
the curtain goes up.
- Last Friday night Rev. F. M. Royall,
a missionary to China, loctnred at tho
Baptist church. His manner of speak
ing, his earnestness and enthusiasm,
hold the andienet; riveted to tho lecturer.
Kev. Mr. Royall expects soon to return
to his work in Chius, and during his
vacation is lecturing on tho subject of
missions in order to increase tho interest
in the loreign mission. His discourse
was both interesting and instructive and
it is to bo regretted that moro were not
present to hear him.
- Following is a list of unclaimed let
ters remaining in tho Walhalla post office
for tho month of November: James R.
11 minion 11, Robt. Roid, J. C. Gaines,
Tom C ?liiert, Clyde 11 miniout t, H. M.
Hatton, J. II, (.'ox, J. F. Dunlop; Mes
dames Martha Alexander, Vallie Ben
nett, Saley '.langs, S. Ki Brown, Vilanta
Lewis, Rornctta McGuftln, T. A. Tims,
KHoil Tims; Miss Julia Watson. Parties
calling for any of the abovo loiters will
please say thoy have boen advertised.
J. M, Merrick, l\ M.
- Supreme Reporter of the Knights of
Honor, benjamin F. Nelson, died at his
residence in St. Louis, Missouri, Novem
ber -Ms!, 1000. MO was olooted Supremo
Reporter at tho session hold in Ral ti
mor?. Maryland, in I^^J, and has boon
unanimously re-elected at each session
since that lime. Ile has been a zeal
ous member of the order .nineo its early
days, having been present at tho lirst
session ol' tho Supremo Lodge. Uti was
known and beloved wherever a Knights
ol' Honor Lodgoexisted,and it can safely
he said that Hie death of no other mem
ber would have caused such universal
sorrow. Noah M. (i;>'?ui has boen ap
pointed hy the Supt ' Dictator to lill
tho vacancy caused le, Ids death.
A meeting of Hui hoard of commis
sioners for OCOIIOO COUtlty of tho Sout h
Carolina IntOr-StatO and West Indian
Kx positron was held at Walhalla on
Momias morning al 12 o'clock. Present
were .Ino. W. Shclor, of Tugaloo, and
.las. Thompson ard V. L.jNorman, of
this foWn, The board pei footed an or
ganization by electing J no. W. Sholor,
chairman; and V L. Norman, Secretary.
lt was resolved io invite the State Com
missioner, (ion. Moise, to meet with the
hoard al an oarly day when activo work
will bo begun towards enlisting co-opera
tion of all publie spirited citizens in the
county towards securing a creditable
exhibit for the Imposition to bo held in
Charleston from December I, (00!, to
.1 une 1, 1002,
he Will's Little Farly Risers aro dainty
little pills, but they never fail to cleanse
Ibo liver, IOIUOV0 obstructions and In
vigorate the system. J. W. Roll.
tiHE" MoKINLUIY I? RE-ELECTED ??1^ESIX3EIVT !
IT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY, AND TO
SAVE MONEY IS SOMETHING
WE ALL WANT TO DO,
gJ?f Wo acknowledge that everybody sells cheap clothing, but f?W"Now is the time to buy Children's Suits anywhere from
WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING CHEAP. 45c. to $5.75.
Wo have Mon's Suits from $1.90 to $17.50. It will pay you Wo also carry a complote line of SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS,
to come and soo them, for our prices boat tho world. GENTS' FURNISH INC GOODS, SKIRTS, CAPES, JACK
Youths' Suits from $1.05 to $7.50; worth from $3.50 to$12.50. ETS, TRUNKS AND VALISES.
g?""Givo us a call and be convinced that WE ARE THE
ONLY ONES TO BUY FROM.
Wo take pleasure in showing our goods, and when you soo tho
quality and price you will be sure to buy.
Our customers are always pleased-call and let us pleaso you.
BLOOM S GASH BARGAIN STORE
("Bloom Sells It For Less.")
Three Doors Below tte Post Office.
LOUIS 13 E O O IVE , Proprietor
J Mrone No. 1.
Coming from Boston, New Y
A pretty, largo variety am
G. A. Norman's, Norman-Co. Ste
Ail kinds of Ilouso-Furnisl
Glass and Woodcnware. Bargaii
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Porry Wright.
Laurens Correspondent of tho Atlanta
Daily Nows: "Mr. William Porry Wright
and brido arrived in tho city at noon
Wednesday from Branchville, vvhoro they
woro married Tuesday morning. Mrs.
Wright was Miss Minnie Leo Dukoso."
Mr. Wright is well known in Walhalla
by a host of friends, who extend con
gratulations and host wishes to tho
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly loavo you, if you used
Dr. King's Now Lifo Kills. Thousands
of sufferers havo proved thoir matchless
merit for sick and nervous headaches.
They make puro blood and strong nerves
and build up your health. Easy to take.
Try thom. Only 25 couts. Money back
if not cured. Sold by all druggists in
Cost of tho Election.
Tho 50,000 votos cast in tho recent elec
tion in lins Stato cost tho State of South
Carolina in round numbers $21,000, a
littloover lt) cents apiece. The expenses
of tho election-tho payment, of commis
sioners .ind managers and tho advertis
ing bills-exceeded tho appropriation by
about $2,000. Comptroller (louerai Dor
ham, in order to moot all those exponsos,
borrowed the monoy needed, and all tho
bills havo been paid. Of course the Leg
islature will make tho proper appropri
ation to meet this deficiency.
At tho regular monthly communion- 11
tion of Kino Kidge Lodge, No. 02. A. F. il
M., held in Masonic Hall oil last Satur
day night, December 1, 1000, tho follow
ing oflicors wero elected and appointed
to servo the next Masonic year: K. T.
J ay 1108, Worshipful Master: J. K. Karie,
Hohior Warden ; ll, S. YanDivioro, Junior
Warden; I). A. Smith, Treasurer; J. \V.
Ferguson, Secretary; Ceo. W. Hayes,
Tilor; J. F. Crosby, Senior Deacon; W.
J, Hoops, Junior Deacon; Kobert
Crisp and Louis Bloom, Stewards.
These oflicors will be installed by Past
Master, S. P. Dendy, on St. .John's Day,
December 27th, at .'$ o'clock P. M.
Bobbed the Orare*
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Olivor, of Philadelphia, was thc
subject, is narrated by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain cont ?nally in back
and sides, no ap pot ito-gradually grow
ing weaker day by day. Three physi
cians had given me up. Fortunately, a
friend advised trying 'Electric Hitters,'
and to my great joy and surprise, the
first bottle made a decided improvement.
I continued their uso for tinco weeks
and am now a well tuan. I know thoy
saved my life and robbed the grave of
another victim. No ono should fail to
try them. Only 50 (Mints per bottle at
all drug stores in the county.
A Delightful Surprise.
Anderson Mail, of Sunday, December 'J.
says: A delightful surprise, an obi
time pound party, was given by a large
number of young people on Monday
night to Miss Fssie Hill, of Horse (Jove,
X. C., the attractive guest of Mr. and
Mrs. P. K. Norris at their homo on South
Main .street. Tho party was chiclly
composed of the largo number of young
peoplo who have spent so many happy
summer days at Miss Hill's mountain
hoine. Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Miller wore
present with fiddle anti guitar, ami
"swinging partners" ami "balance all"
was a feature of the evening's pleasure
anti merriment. A delightful menu of
fruits wero served by tlie lovely wait
resses, Misses Claudia Provost, Ditma
Gilmor anti Edna Karlo, gracefully
assisted by H. O. Fvans. Tho souvenirs
were pretty rod anti green galax leaves,
so well known and admired by every
visitor tt) Horse Cove.
Sales hy thc Master.
Quito a number of people from diffor
oiit parts td the county, notwithstanding
tho bail weather, attended the public
sales last Monthly. Tilt; prices paid were
considered very good. The following
tracts wert; disposed of at the prices
M. W. Gibson anti others, plaintiffs,
vs. Nina Gibson ?ind others, dofondauts,
.JOOJ acres. Purchased by M. W. Gibson
J. C. Mickler, plaintiff, vs. C. W. Sad
dler, defendant, I} acres III West I nion.
Purchased by Wm. .1. Stribliug for W.
(J. Smith for ?100.
Lila (J. ami Lillie Wildildie, plaintiffs,
vs. .lohn and Walker Whitmiro, defend
ants, *J<M) acres on Little river. Purchased
by Mrs. Whitmire for ?1,000.
E. A. Bottoms and ol hers, pla! Ill I ITs,
vs. Charlotte IO. Koch oater ami others,
two tracts, ?00 acres bli Changa creek.
Purchased by lt. T. Jaynos for $250.
Margaret F. Brock and others, plain
tiffs, vs, Sidney Whitfield and others,
defendants, I15 acres near Fair Play.
Purchased by IO? C. Marett, for il7">.
Mattie [. Hogers, pl a I ll ti IV, vs. M. .1.
Hudson, defendant, two <><) aero tracts
Tho Mist tract was purchased by H. I1'.
Sloan for $227, the other by W. IL Hud
son for $1 III.
Wm. A. Courtenay ami others, plain
tiffs, vs. S. P. and Mattie Wakefield, four
lots in Seneca City. Purchased by c.
( lourtonay for $1,IM I.
Katie M. Davis anti others, plaintiffs,
vs. Tilinda Grant and others, 02 acres.
Purchased by .I. L. Sanders for $110.50.
A Pleasant Occasion.
A joyous family reunion was observed
at thc Sitten homestead, brick resilience,
of tho late John H. Sillon, deceased, at
Pendleton, S. ' '-, Oil November 20, ultimo,
ll Was celebrated as theil ancestral natal
anniversary as well as national thanks
giving flay. All tho Surviving members
of the Siltou family, togo thor with theil
wives anti husbands, wore gathered at. the
homo of Miss Km uni c. SI Hon, (hostess,)
viz: (.'ttl. A. .1. Sitton ami wile, Maj. s.
P. Dendy ami wife, Mr. Frank L. Nilton
and wife, Mr. Miles ?Sf. Sitton and wife,
Mr. Henry P. Sitton anti wife, and Mr.
.). ,1. Sillon anti wife ami daughter, and
also Mr. .1. Dawson Smith ami wife
representing Mrs. M. .lane bussell, tho
only deceased member of I he family.
The morning hours wore spent in social
ebal nu ! it view of family Incidents, anti
soon passed away, ami at high noon din
ner was announced, ami all repaired to
tho spacious dining ball, where au eic
gani, dinner, consisting of many courses,
was SOrVOd. The occasion was a most
delight ful one and passed all too soon,
"Hive olhn mcminlsso juvablt,"
ork and Baltimore !
I very cheap for tlio quality at
lings in Cliina, IS namoi, Tin j
is for everybody. A welcome
N 0R M AN-0(). STO RES.
Death of Mr. J. M. Callas.
Mr. J. M. Callas died at his homo in
West Union last Saturday ovoiiing, Do
iombor 1st. Hu had boon ill for sovoral
wooka. Though apparently not dangor
nisly ?ick, ho was convinced from tho
h at that ho would not recover. Ho was
troparcd for tho end and died as ho had
lived, trusting in Hod and confident of a
flossed eternity. Mr. Calla? was a con
liatent member of tho West Union Hap
?st church. Ho was an earnest worker
u tho church, always taking a loading
ia rt. in its affairs. Ho joined tho church
it tho ago of 14. When tho Walhalla
laptist church was organized ho became
>no of its charter inembors.
Mr. Callas was a nativo of Oconeo
lOlintYj having boon born May 3d, IS 17,
it tho Callas homestead, near Mountain
Itost. In 1870 ho was happily married to
diss Amanda K. Milos, of Walhalla,
laughter of tho lato William A. Milos.
}he, with four children, Mrs. J, C.
mockloy, Mrs. L. V. Hubbard and Mrs.
Dora McMahan, of Wost Union, and Mr.
I. 1). Callas, of Hewitt. Toxas, survive
lim. His family were all present at his
lodsido in bis last hour.
A constant ami careful student of tho
tibio. Mr. (Jallas was thoroughly fainil
ar with tho history of biblical countries,
n Into years bo bad a strong desire to
riait Palestine and sec tho country with
vii i oh he bad become so familiar by
study. It was his intention to go some
imo this winter and visit that country,
IO full of interest to a student of tho lifo
md work of Christ. When first talton
lick, convinced that his timo had como
o enter bis reward, ho said that, though
ic was disappointed in not being aldo to
?co thi! Holy band, bc would soon bo
.villi Christ for eternity. In tho death
>f Mr. Callas an humble Christian, kind !
uishand and father and an exemplary
iti/en has been called to his reward.
To tho bereaved family is cxtendod tho
sympathy of many friends.
Kim oral services were conducted by
lev. P. J. Vormillion, his pastor, at tho
?Valhalla Baptist church at 10.30 o'clock
Monday morning. Thc sermon was a
nodcl one-plain and earnest, drawing ?
leailtiful lessons from a model lifo. A ,
arge concourse of sorrowing friends
vent from tho church to the Baptist
(omotory, where tho remains were laid
0 rest in tho midst of numbers of bis
lo-workors who bavo precoded him to
ho last long rest.
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express tho rapture of Annie
IC. Springer, of Iii.'.") Howard st., Phila
lelpliin. Pa., when she found that Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption
iad completely cured her of a hacking
sough that lor many years had made lifo
1 burdon. All other remedies and doo
ms could give her no bel]), but she says
if this Hoya! (hire-"it soon removed
ho pain in my chest and I now sleep
toutidly, something 1 can scarcely ro
lioniber doing before. I feel liko SOUlld
ng its praise thorough) the Universe."
Jo will every ono wdio tries Dr. King's
S'ew Discovery for any tronido of the
hroat, chest or lungs. Prico 60 cents
md $1.00. Trial bottle free at all drug
?tori's in thc county, livery bottle guar
loath ol Mr. Abner Boatwrhjht.
Mr. Abner Boatwrlght died at bi?
ionic on Tugaloo river ono day last
veck, aged about I00| years, and no
loubl was the oldest man in Oconeo
.ouidy. Mr. Boatwright was ono of
his county's most, upright and reliablo
il fixons and will bo greatly missed. Ile
vasa va! ?ant soldier in tho Confederate
nany, and, although above tho age of
roung manhood when the call was made
for volunteers, he responded promptly
md enlisted in Company O, Second S. C.
lilies, Capt. O. M. Doyle, ?Mid served
faithfully as long a.. his ago and health
ivould permit. The deceased bad been
i constant reader of The KooWoo Courier
.ince its inception. Mr. Boatwright
eave a wife and two children to mourn
lis death. His remainsWoro laid to rest
ii the family burying ground on bis
Tarni. The sorrowing relatives have the
lympathy of many friends. "Itcquioscat
VA i tor's Awful Hight.
I'. M. Higgins, editor of the Sonoea
(111.) News, was a filleted for years with
?liles that, no doctor or remedy helped
in til he tried Biicklen's Arnica Salve.
Ile writes two boxes wholly cured him.
It's the surest pile cure on earth and the
liest salve in the world, (furo guaran
teed. Only 25 cents. Sold by all ding
est* in the count.1/.
A special dispatch from Naples says
Ibo steamer St. Mark, trading between
S'aples ami Marseilles, has been wiecked
uni that forty-five of her passengers and
liai"! of her crew have been lost.
Flic Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
the Discoverer of Swnnip-Root at Work In
There ls a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because 50 decep
tive. Many sudden deaths arc caused by
it-heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
jr apoplexy arc often thc result of kidney
lir.ense. If kidney trouble ls allowed to ad
vance the kidney-poisoned blood v/ill attack
ho vital organs, or thc kidneys themselves
Jreak down and v/astc away cell by cell.
Then thc richness of the blood-thc albumen
-le.ikr, out and the sufferer has Bright's
Disease, thc v/orst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root thc new dis
covery is thc true specific for kidney, bladder
ind urinary troubles, lt has cured thousands
)f apparently hopeless cases, after all other
sfforts have, failed. At druggists In fifty-cent
md dollar si/cs. A sample bottle sent free
\>y mall, also a book telling about Swamp
Root and its wonderful cures. Address
Dr. Kilmer St Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and
Ttentlon this paper.
Tho Groud Lodgo, A. P. M., of South
Carolina, will moot in tho Mattonio Tem
plo, in Charleston, noxt Tuesday. Tho
railroads liavo mado reduced ralos and
a largo numbor of delegates and visitors
aro oxpeotod in tho city on that date.
My entire, well-assorted stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS,
NOTIONS, HARDWARE, GLASS
WARE, TIN WA itu, CROCKERY,
THIS IS NO FAKE!
Tho goods must go and will go at
You are cordially invited to conn;
and save dealers' prollt.
F. H. GARTER,
WEST UNION, S. C.
P. S.-Also :100 100-pound sacks of
Sall to go at (VJ cents por sack.
November 21, 1000.
AHI. persons aro hereby notified not
to trespass in any manner whatso
ever on lands of Mary C. Pitts, under
full penalty of law.
MARY C. PITTS.
November 28, 1!)<>(>. ?18-01*
all and Winter Goods!
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 have somo beautiful designs.
Our Dress Trimmings and Linings are
second to none.
We have added Jackets, Capos, Skirts
and Underskirts to our stock. These
are marked specially low in order to
move them quickly.
Mon's Laundered Shirts with two
collars at 'Jae for a few days only.
Men's Suspenders l6o; worth L'?C.
Ono pair of Large Towels, '_'"ic.
To tit largo men. fat mon, loan mon,
short men, thick mon, thin mon, old
men, young men, and all kinds of mon.
Large slock of Overcoats.
We can flt Hie boys also.
Como and seo us and let us lit you
up in Clothing.
WOOL BLANKETS, QUILTS,
COU NTH H PA N FS, &0.
MEN'S ANT) HOYS' HATS AND
CAPS IN LATEST STYLES.
Stoves and Ranges.
Sheppard's make-everyone guaran
Wo soil thc "Woodland" Lox Heat
ing Stoves for school houses. They
give perfect satisfaction or money re
Trunks and Valises-largo line--all
sizes and prices.
In Hardware and Plows we have
anything you need.
our Grooorystook is complete. Umbrellas from 50c to
Ono Carol' Ballard's obelisk Flour I
j received every thirty days.
Bay State Shoes.
Til F BEST ON THF MARKET.
Come and see us. We are anxious to sell.
W. I'lftlHWII CO.
The trading public knows that
when we mention an article as a bar
gain, that is precisely what it is.
For instance : In a shoe trade the
size of ours there is an accumulation
of odd pairs of our various lines, which,
though just as good and solid as the
first pairs sold, are odd stock and in
the way. To move these we offer:
Children's Sizes, Kip Polkas, Copper
Tip, Oil Grains, etc.--Every pair
Misses' Sizes, otherwise same as above,
Heavy Winter Shoes, - 50 Cents.
Women's Sizes, rather better quality,
These offers are only good till
January 1 st. Supply y our wants before
then. You can't afford to miss it.
M. W. COLEMAN & GO.,
H lors loe A, ?o0
Stock Reduction !
Selling Regardless of Co? t
to Reduce Stock.
We Must Reduce our Stock!'
On account of ft chango in our firm, to tako place January 1st, \'M\, wo aro
going to sell our immense slock of goods al what it will cost you. lint don't un
(I erstand mo to say what EtCOSl mc. ! couldn't do thal now. Hut if you aiu ex
pecting to buy anything for wilder it will pay you to seo mo.
Wo havo a complote line of Dry (?nods and Notions and Jeans. Underwear
of all kinds.
(ilass, Crockery and Tinware in large ? modifie . Platos from 30 couts por
Just received live dozen Waler Duckets, to go at your own price.
Wo have tho most completo lino of Domestic Dry Hoods and Notions over
ottered at these prices. We arc going lo reduce our stock, and if you miss tho op
portunity it will be your fault.
We mean business and will treat you right. When in tow ti call and soo us.
1'hoiie ?'>:'. Uospcctfully,
L. C. CRAIG,
Walhalla, S. C.
November 15 to December 15,
NOT GOING OUT, BUT A CHANGE
IN BUSINESS !
( 111 (ICCOHHl O? tllO ill helli I ll id' ulic ol' 1 he m (Mil 1)0 I'S of tho
linn, Wo oxpocl i?> make ?1 change in our business thc firsi of
noxl your, und for this reason we now wish lo reduce our slock,
I li ero fore, lor i he
NEXT THIRTY DAYS,
and BO cloys only, we will >.< ? 11 for CA8.11, ;ui<! cash only, Cloth
ing, Hats, Caps, Shiies, IJoOlS, Over-hoes, Dress G 00(1 S 011(1
Trimmings, Table Linen. Towels, Underwear*, Shirts, Collars
ami ('nil's, Mackintoshes, China and Crockery Ware, (2 sets of
101 pieces of beautiful Chino io go ul jttsl hall' price), and many
other things loo numerous io mention, ai such prices as must
move thom regard loss of cost.
We -lill have a lew Disc IMows "ii hand tn oller at a low
Two hundred and iii'i\ barrels oi' Flour io ^<> af the fol
low ino- prices : l'.e-i Paient, l?o.vauo," ai $'1.50; Fancy Paten',.,
" Bakers'Choice," -tl.'-'?">; Fdney 8( might, "Houlltorn Belie,"
if'I ; CltoiCC Family. "Sniinv Soillll," $8.00,
This is no cul price -ale. inn a clearance sale, and -will
lasl univ :!(> days, so beor in mind when ii begins? and when it
closes-from November I?ih io December 15th,
We would call especial MID inion io our laroo and varied
-lock ol' Shoe-. If you in ed them be SUI'0 and avail yourself of
Ibis rare opportunity lo gel lltein cheap, Tor we aro going to ofter
t hem al price-, t hat w ill move 1 lc m.
Yours respect fully,
CARTER & CO.
N. I?. - We would respectfully fisk all who ore indebted
io us to conic and settle ai once, ('arter & Co,