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Just Arrived-The lc
mas Goods ever shown
too many prices to me,
the goods to judge wht
right. I am so s are b
you, to compare them.
Largo assortment of Candy and Kirov
WANTED, for cash, Dogwood and
Persimmon Logs. Southern Hard
wood Company, P. O. Box 020. Charles
ton, S. C. Nov. l l, HMM)-lum
~AI? O N K V TO LOAN.-Loans nogo
JVJL tiatcd for a term at 7 per cent in
ter st. Apply to
1 "M OO. J A.Y NBS & SUKLOli.
C^OTTON.-Wo are now in tho market
J for 2,000 bales of cotton. Will pay
highest market price at all titnoB at
Westminster, .S. C.
GI I ES WELL COTTON MILL CO.
October 17, 10(H). 42WJ2
WOOD WANTED. -One thousand
cords of four-foot wood, delivered
at mill of tho Cheswell Cotton Mill Com
pany, Westminster, S. C.
October 17, 1000. ?12 ">->
?Co m I aub personal.
-"bloom sells it for less."
-Mr. M. J. Smith is clerking for Dr.
.1. W. Hell.
- Mr. Goo. L. Wilson is attending tho
fair at Jackson, Ga., this: week.
-Hell's drug store is receiving an im
?tense stock of (Christmas goods.
- Deputy Marshal J. T. McKinney
spent Saturday in Gainesville, Ga., on
-Seo notice of seizure in another col
umn, and if tho property is yours "ac
knowledge the corn.
-Mr. ll. P. Ilolloman is now employed
as express messenger on the Blue Bulgo
Railroad between Walhalla and Helton.
-Mrs. Rebecca Abernethy and ollll
den, of Washington, 1). C., are spending
suntu time with her mother, Mrs. Rebecca
Leopold, in M iii way.
-Editor M. L. (Mark, of tho Marion
Star, luis bean appointed Journal Clerk
of the Senate by Lieutenant Governor
oleet Jami s IL Tillman.
-Wanted-Active, energetic men and
women in each township. Steady em
ployment; good pay. Call on or address
I). H. Russell, Anderson, S. C.
-Mr. V. L. Norman is now handling
jewelry manufactured by thc W. F. Main
Co. (?ive him a eal!. 11" guarantees all
jewelry as represented. See ad.
- Mr. Jas. F. Neville, of NV est Union,
spent last Friday in Groonvillo, S. C., in
conference with partios interested in the
Cbattooga River Development Company.
-Prof. S. H. Seward gave his perform
ance last Wednesday night. Ho is an
expert both in ventriloquism and sleight
of-hand performance. His entertain
ment was highly enjoyed.
-Miss ('antin liane, after spending
some weeks in Walhalla visiting the
family of Dr. D. H. Darby and other rela
tives, returned to her home in Kort
Motte, S. C., last Thursday mot tiing.
-Mr. J. L. Loudormilk, who lives in
thc "Shake Rag" section, was in town
recently with two coons that he had
killed at ono shot. Mr. Loudormilk
Jlscd ?I single-barreled, muzzle-loading
shotgun loaded with No. S shot.
-In the District Court in Charleston
last Saturday Judge Hrawloy sentenced
Alonzo F. Howell to the OcotlOO jail for a
term of six months. Howell was con
victed tit tho Groonvillo Court of distill
ing and a scaled sentence was left.
-Mr. Riobard dubbs, of Fair Play,
shot and killed a hawk one day last week
that measured four feet from tip to tip
of wings. Mr. dubbs was sitting ona
horse and the hawk was llying when he
shot and killed it at ll distance of 7'? or
-The news of the day is made up hor
ribly, and very largely, of murders,
homicides, robberies, rapes and divers
other deeds of violence, lt is enough to
convince any Bible loader thal "the devil
is loose," and that the "vials of wrath"
are being pured mit upon the earth.
-The Legislature convenes under the
Constitution t be second Tuesday in Janu
ary and the month coming in on Tues
day, the Gonoral Assembly will convene
next year on the earliest possible day.
They will have twenty-three days In
January and ought to be home by the
loth of February.
- I!. T. Jaynos, Ksq., left Walhalla
Tuesday morning for Columbia, George
town and ('ballest?n. Ile will combine
pleasure with business ?ind spend about
two weeks on his tri]). Al ('ballest?n
be will attend the meeting nf the Grand
Lodge A. F. M. as the representativo of
Walhalla Lodge No. 1)2 A. I-'. M.
Mi. J. I!. Shirley, of Fair Flay, had
the misfortune lo lose bis right baud by
accident last Thursday. Ile was run
ning a feed shredder, and, in some way,
his hand became entangled in the ma
ohiliory and was terribly lacerated, mak
ing amputation necessary. Mr. Shirley
?8 getting along as Well as could be ex
- Miss Kinma Mei t ick, w ho is a stu
dent in Converse Col I ego, Spartanburg,
met with a painful accident '..ist Thurs
day afternoon by falling while practic
ing in the gymnasium, breaking both
bones in her right a rm bet we'll the
elbow and wrist. She caine home Sun
day to remain until she is able to use her
arm as before.
- Kev. 0. F, Clarkson returned to Wal
halla Monday evening, after being absent
a week attending the meeting of the
Annual Conference al Chester. Tho
members of t he Methodist churches at
Walli.illa and Seneca arc delighted al bis
return to this work. Ile has made him
self very popular among all denomina
lions during the past year.
Deputy Marshals Corbin and McKin
ney and W. J. Beck and James Corbin
capt m ed a wagon loail ol' w hiskey near
Kail' Flay early last Friday morning, and
arrested F. I.. Fleming, his son ami .1. L.
MoCraokill and confiscated tho leam and
liquor, 'the men had about seventy gal
lons of whiskey in the wagon. The men
were gi voil a preliminary hearing before
Com missioner Sholor on Saturday and
woro bound over to tin- United states
- Mr. John j. Bickens was awarded
tho contract last Friday hy the (County
Board of Commissioners to rebuild the
bridge over (Changa creek, at the John
Taylor Cox bridge placo, foi* $75, lloro
to fore this bridge has eusl the county as
high as s:;uu for rebuilding. Thc- bridge
will lie built low this lime and will be
abolit .". i feet long. The old bridge is
about : :< M ? f,.,.| |,",K.. '|?|l0 u,,rU ot re
building is to be completed by tho l">ih
of January, IDOL
Attention is called lo the pago advo
tlsemetil of Mr. c. <;. Jnynoa, Walhalla,
on the fourth pago ol Hus issue. Ile has
a full and well selected stock of general
merchandise and will bo glad to have
you call and examine lils goods. Voil
will do well lo i ea<I carefully ami note
the articles Olllimorated III tho several
depart monts. Ile is conducting a "bar
gain counter," and all articles placed on
il will besohl at a reduced pi iee. G?V0
Ililli a cad w hen yon aie in Walhalla.
ls pushing things and will make ii to
I.Honey's - Hour Liver Kcgtlhlli
the best remedy to relieve ibo various
forms of licadnoho, Including nervous
and sick headache, and it is .sale t.. s.iv
thal niue oases OUI of len of this dis
tressing complaint aie dm- to nit inactive
oi sluggish llvet with constipated bowels.
A few doses ol Ltliiney's M Hour Liver
Regulator will KOOII rest.Hies.gaits
to I heir pi oper functions and headac he
ceases. lu the same manner il regulate."
Hie bowels, prevents constipation ami
piles, relieves all fm ins of biliousness,
such as dizziness, nausea, coated tongue,
loss of appetite, Ac. Try it. Largi
packages 20o. at Luiinoy's.
p Santa Claus.
vrgest assortm ent of Christen
here. Too many goods and
ftti?n. You will have to see
ither pri?es and quality are
oth are right that I invite
. H. DARBY, Druggist
STRAYED OK STOLEN".-A full Jor
Boy cow, black noso, ?lark colored
to holgut of llankH, strayed or v AS stolen
from my pasture, on Tugaloo rivor, (on
A. IL Ramsay's placo,) on Docombor 1st,
last. Any information concerning hor
whoroabouts will Lo gladly received.
Howard if fourni. .JOHN DROWN,
I?* Fort Madison, S. 0.
- Frosh candies at Hell's.
-Only twenty days until Christmas!
-Nico lino of PockotCuttlory at Hell's.
-Miss Faunio Maxwoll is visiting in
-Thoro is quito a demand for eggs in
tho Walhalla market.'
-Miss Nozzle (-'ox, of CbaugaCrook,
is visiting tho family of J. W. Ilolleman.
-Mrs. M. J. Langston, of Clayton,
Ga., is visiting hor daughter, Mrs. C. E.
-Mr. II. C. Thompson,-of Victoria,
N. C., was in Walhalla last wook among
-Mr. Alex. Edwards, of Victoria, N.
C., paid us a pleasant call Tuesday
-Mr. W. Trouholm Maxwoll, of Lib
erty, spout T icsday in Walhalla visiting
relatives and friends.
- Mrs. A. C. Frotwoll and daughter,
of Clark's Hill, aro visiting at tho homo
of Mr. IL 0. Husch.
-Mrs. li. L. Horndou roturnod to
Walhalla last week, after visiting rela
tives in Augusta, Ca.
-See notices of County Commissioners
in this issue. They aro important. "A
word to the wiso," etc.
-Hoad V. H. Norman'.? now ad. Ho
is ; 'ying our readers a little shoo talk,
and wo think it will provo interesting
-Preaching in tho Walhalla Baptist
church on next Sunday morning and
evening at the usual holli's by tho pastor,
Kev. C. Ward law.
Deputy Marshalls Corbin and McKin
ney and W. J. Beck seized ton gallons of
whiskey last Monday from Samuel
Bryce in the town of Walhalla.
-A great many of tho men of Wal
halla weld hunting last Thursday. Some
of them killed hirds, some rabbits, sumo
squirrels and some-corn liquor.
- Mr. John C. Hicks, who bas been
with a corps of civil engineers in South
Georgia for tito past few months, is at.
home oil a visit to his father's family.
- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill and Miss
Fssie 11 ill, of Horse ('ove, N. C., spent
several days in Walhalla last week.
They were guests at Mrs. Kosa Schro
- Kev. .1. II. Stone will preach at Mill
Crook school house on the third Sunday
in this month af ll o'clock A. M., and at
Bellmont school house at half-pa .tinco
o'clock i*, M. same day.
-T. P.. Karlo and I!. F. Thompson,
executors, advertise some valuable real
estate thal they will sell salesday in .Jan
uary. This land is very desirable, and
lies in the Whetstone section.
- A team belonging to Mr. Frank
Hill, of II orso Cove, N. C., ran away on
thc streets of Walhalla last Wednesday,
tearing up the hack to which he was
hid lied and breaking the leg of ono of
- Mrs. K. F. Mason, of Westminster,
and Mrs. Dr. C. B. Floyd, of Fairburn,
Ca., spent last Saturday in Walhalla
visiting the family of Mr. James Sea
born. Their many friends aro always
glad to welcome them here.
-(.'ards aro out announcing the mar
riage of Miss Willie Virginia Reid and
Dr. Charles Patrick Martin on Wednes
day morning, December Pith, at. 11.30,
o'clock, in tlie First Methodist church,
Kussel I ville, Alabama.
-M. W. Coleman & Co., of Senoca,
aro advertising a lot of odd pairs of
shoes that they are selling at very low
prices, lie sure and give thom a call
when in seneca. They can please you
in almost anything you may want.
-Keveline Agent Kile and Marshals
Corbin ?lind McKinney and posse ar
rested near Westminster this morning A.
M.Mauley,of Toecoa, Ca., and confiscated
ton gallons of whiskey ?and mule and
buggy. Ile was traveling the Kong Creek
load to Wosttnlnstor.
- Mrs. Sarah F. Vail, of Middleton,
N. Y., who is pleasantly remembered by
a circle of friends here, died at ber home
last wook. Mrs. Vail spent part, of a
winter at the Norman Park Hotel sev
eral years ago. She was admired hy all
who became acquainted with her. She
loaves only one child, Mrs. Ouering, to
whom sympathy it extended.
-Tho Walhalla Comedy Company
will present. "The Deacon," a comedy
drama, at Pitchford's Hall, on Wednes
day night, December ??Otb. All the old
favorites of thc company will make their
appearance again, and "The Deacon"
bjds fair to be the best performance the
company has yet given. Komombor the
date, and be sure to have a seat when
the curtain goes up.
- Last Friday night Kev. F. M. Koyall,
a missionary to China, lectured at the
Baptist church, His manner of speak
ing, his earnestness and enthusiasm,
hold the audience riveted lo tho lecturer.
Kev. Mr. Koyall expects soon to return
to his work in China, and during his
vacation is lecturing on tho subject of
missions in order to increase the liierest
in Hie loreign mission. His (WscOUI'SO
was Ixdli interesting and instil:.dive and
il is to be regretted that moro wero not
pu sent to hear him.
- Following is a list of unclaimed let
ters remaining in the Walhalla post?nico
for the month td November: James JJ.
Ilunnlcutt, Robt. Kohl, J. C. Caines,
Tom Colbert, Clyde lluniiicult, ll. M.
Bacon, J. H. Cox, J. P. Dunlop; Mes
dames Martha Alexander, Vallie Ben
nett, Saley Bangs, S. F. Frown, Vilanta
Lewis, Beriiotta McGiiflin, T. A. Tims,
Kilon Tims; Miss Julia Watson. Parties
calling for any of the ahovo letters will
please say they have been advertised.
.1. M. Merrick, P. M.
-Supreme KoportOr of the Knights of
Honor, benjamin I1'. Nelson, died at his
residence in St. Louis, Missouri, Novem
ber U'lsi, 1000. Ile was elected .Supremo
Keporlor at tho session held in Haiti
more. Maryland, in I8$2, and has been
unanimously re elec ted at each session
since that time. Ile has been a zeal
ous member of the order since its early
days, having been present tit the li rsl
session of the .Supreme Lodge. Ile was
known and beloved wherever a Knights
of Honor Lodgoexisted, and it can safely
be said that the death of no other mem
ber WOllhl have caused such universal
sorrow. Noah M. (?ivan has been ap
pointed by the Supremo Dictator to lill
tim vacancy caused hy bis death.
A meeting of the board of commis
sioners for Goonoo county of t ho Sout h
Carolina Inlcr-Stalo and West Indian
l ix posit KUI was held at Walhalla on
Slonda\ morning at 12 o'clock. Present
were .Ino. W. Sheloi, of Tugaloo, timi
.las. Thompson and V. L.|Norman, of
this town. The board pei I'ccted an or
ganization hy electing Jno. W. Shclor,
chairman; and V. L. Norman, Secretary.
lt was resolved io invite the state Com
missioner, GOli. Moiso, to meid with the
hoard al ar early day when active work
will bc begun towards enlisting co opera
!:,.;, of publie spirited citizens in the
county towards securing a creditable
exhibit for the Imposition to bc held in
Charleston from December 1, 1001, to
June 1, 1002,
DeWitl's Little Farly Kisors aro dainty
little pills, but they never fail to idealise
the liver, remove'obst met ions and in
vig?rate tho system. .L W. Bell.
TUIO I IT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY, AND TO
HBo 1 SAVE MONEY IS SOMETHING
i B 1 w _? w WE ALL WANT TO DO.^-isk
Wo acknowledge that everybody sells cheap clothing, but
WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING CHEAP.
We have Mon's Suits from $1.00 to $17.50. It will pay you
to come and see them, for our prices beat tho world.
Youths' Suits from $1.05 to $7.50; worth from $3.50 to$12.50.
IP^~Now is the time to buy Children's Suits anywhere from
45c. to ?-5.75.
Wo also carry a complete line of SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, SKIRTS, CAPES, JACK
ETS, TRUNKS AND VALISES.
g0t"Q'\\a us a call and be convinced that WE ARE THE
ONLY ONES TO BUY FROM.
We take pleasure in showing- our goods, and when you soe tho
quality and price you will bo sure to buy.
Our customers are always pleased-call and let us please you.
BLOOM'S GASH BARGAIN STORE
("Bloom Sells It For Less.")
Three Doors Below the Post Olee.
LOUIS BLOOM, Proprietor
Pliono No. 1,
(Joining from Boston, Now y.
A pretty, largo variety an
G. A. Norman's, Norman-Co. St
All kinds of Ilouso-Furnis
Glass and Wood?itwaro. Bargai
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Perry Wright.
Laurens Correspondent of tho Atlanta
Daily Nows: "Mr. William I'orry Wright
and bride arri voil in tho city at noon
Wednesday from branchville, where they
wore married Tuesday morning. Mrs.
Wright was Miss Minnie Leo Dukcso."
Mr. Wright is well known in Walhalla
by a host of friends, who extend con
gratulations and best wishes to tho
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's New Lifo bills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their matchless
merit for sick and nervous headaches.
They mako pure blood and strong nerves
and build up your health. Easy to take,
'fry them. Only 25 couts. Money back
if not cured. Sold by all druggists in
Cost of thc Election.
Tho 60,000 votes east in the recent elec
tion 111 '.his State cost the State of South
Carolina in round numbers $21,000, a
littloovor IO cents apiece. Tho expenses
of tho election-tho payment of commis
sioners and manage:;: and tho advortio
iug bills-exceeded the appropriation tty
about $'2,000. "omptroller (louerai Dor
hom, In order to meet all those exponsos,
borrowed the money needed, and all the
bills bavo boon paid. Of course the Leg
islature will make the proper appropri
ation to moot this deficiency.
At tho regular monthly communica
tion of blue Ridge Lodge, No. 02. A. 1?\
M., held in Masonic Mall on Inst Satur
day night, December 1, 1000, the follow
ing officers were elected and appointed
to serve the next Masonic year: K. T.
J ay nos. Worshipful Master: .1. It, Karie,
Senior Warden ; II. S. Van Di vioro, Junior
Warden; I). A. Smith, Treasurer; J. W.
Ferguson, Secretary; (leo. W. Hayes,
Tiler; .1. IC. Crosby, Senior Deacon; W.
.1. Hoops, Junior Deacon; Robert
Crisp and Louis bloom, Stewards.
These olllcers will be installed by l'ast
Master, S. I'. Dendy, on St. John's Day.
Deccnibor 27th, at ll o'clock 1'. M.
Kohhod the Ora yo.
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was thc
subject, is narrated hy him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition,
My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain contiually in back
and sides, no appetite-gradually grow
ing weaker day by day. Throe physi
cians had given me up. Fortunately, a
friend advised trying 'Klectric Hitters,'
and to my great joy and surprise, the
hist bottle made a decided improvement.
1 continued their use for thieu weeks
and am now a widl mau. I know they
saved my life and robbed the grave of
another victim. No one should fail to
try them. Only 50 cents poi' bottle at
all drug stores in the county.
A Dolighttul Surprise.
Anderson Mail, of Sunday, December 2,
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 Cove,
NT. C., the attractive guest of Mr. ami
Mrs. 1'. K. Norris at their home on South
Main street. Tho party was childly
composed of the large number of voling
pooplo who have spent so many nappy
summer days at Miss Hill's mountain
home. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miller were
present with fiddle and guitar, ami
"swinging partners" and "balance all"
was a feature of the evening's pleasure
and merriment. A delightful motin of
fruits were served by I Ho lovely wait
resses, Misses Claudia Provost, Ditina
Gllmor and ICdna Karlo, gracefully
assisted by 15. O. Evans. The souvenirs
wore pretty red and green galax leaves,
so well known and admired by every
visitor to Horse Cove.
Sales hy tho Mastor.
Quito a number of people from differ
ent parts (d tho county, notwithstanding
tho bad weather, attended the public
sales last Monday. The prices paid wei e
considered very good, The following
tracts were disposed of at Hie prices
M. W. Gibson and others, plaintiffs,
vs. Nina Gibson and others, defendants,
200.} acres. Purchased by M. W. Gibson
J. C. Mickler, plaintiff, vs. (I. W. Sad
dler, defendant, IJ acres in West Union.
Purchased bv Wm. J. Stribling for W.
(J. Smith for $100.
Ella C. and Lillie Whitmlrn, plaintiffs,
vs. John and Walker Whitmiro, defend
ants, 200 acroson Little river. Purchased
by Mrs. Whitmiro for $1,000.
JO. A. Bottoms and others, plaintiffs,
vs. (Miarlotte F. Rochester and others,
t wo tracts, 10(1 acres on Chunga crook,
Purchased by R. T. il ay nos for $250.
Margaret. I1', brook and others, plain
tiffs, vs Sidney Whitfield and others,
defendants, ll.") acres near Fair Play.
Purchased by I1',. C. Marett for sl7*>.
Mattie I. Rogers, plaintiff, vs. M. J.
Hudson, defendant, two 00 aero (raids
Tho first tract was purchased by 15. F.
Sloan for $227, the other by W. IL Hud
son for ri III.
Wm. A. CourrenaV and others, plain
tiffs, vs. S. P. and Mattie Wakefield, four
lots in Seneca City. Pur? based by C.
('oin lenny for $1,51 l l.
Katie M. Davis and others, plaintiffs,
VS. Tlrillda Grant and others, 02 acres.
Purchased by J. L. Sanders for $110.50.
A Pleasant Occasion.
A joyous family reunion was observed
at, the .Hilton homestead, brick residence,
of the late John 15. Sit toil, deceased, al
Pendlet on, S. C., on N'ovomher 20, ultimo,
ll was celebrated as then aneestral natal
anniversary as Well ?is national thanks
giving day. All thc surviving members
of the Sitton family, together with their
wives and husbands, were gathorod at the
home ?d' Miss Km lilli <'. Sitton, (hostess.)
viz: Col. A. J. Sitton and wile, Maj. S.
P. Dendy and wife, Mr. Frank L. sidon
and wife, Mr. Miles N. Sillon ami wife,
Mr. Henry P. Sidon and wife, and Mr.
J. J. Sitton and wife and daughter, ami
also Mr. t?< Dawson Smith and wife
representing Mrs. M. .lane Russell, tho
only deceased member ol' the family.
The morning hours were spent in social
chat and review if family incidents, and
soon passed away, and at high noon din
ner was announced, and all repaired to
the spacious dining hall, where an ele
gant, dinner, consisting of many courses,
was served. The occasion was a most
delightful one arid passed all too soon,
"ibec ?dim mominlsso juvablt,"
fork and Baltimore !
d very eheap for tho quality at
lungs in (?hina, Enamel, Tin,
ms for ovoryb?dy. A welcome
NOR M A N -( !( ). STOR Ii S.
fKath ot Mr. J. M. Callas.
Mr. .1. M. Callas (Hod at his homo in
Wost Union last Saturday ovoning, Do
ccmhor 1st. Ho had boon ?ll for sovoral
wooka. Though apparently not clangor
ously sick, ho was convinced from tho
first that bo would not recover. He was
prepared for tho end and died as ho had
lived, trusting in Cod and confident of a
blessed eternity. Mr. Callas was a con
sisteut member of tho Wost Union bap
tist church. Ho was an earnest worker
in the church, always taking a loading
part in its allai rs. ile joined tho church
at tho ago of 14. When tho Walhalla
Haitiist church was organized ho becamo
one of its charter members.
Mr. Callas was a nativo of Oconco
county, having boon born May :hl, IS 17,
at the Callas homestead, near Mountain
Host, lu 1870 ho was happily married to
Miss Amanda r . Milos, of Walhalla,
daughter of tho lato William A. Miles.
She, with four children, Mrs. J. C.
Shockley, Mrs. L, V. Hubbard and Mrs.
Dora McMahan, of West Union, and Mr.
J. I). Callas, of Howitt, Toxas, survive
him. His family were all present at bis
bedside in bis last hour.
A constant and careful student of tho
Biblo. Mr. Caiias was thoroughly famil
iar with the history of Biblical countries.
In late years be "nail a strong desiro to
visit Palestine and see tho country with
which be had become so familiar by
study, lt was his intention togo sumo
time this winter and visit that country,
so loll of interest to a student of tho lifo
nod work of Christ. When first taken
sick, convinced that bis time bad como
to enter bis reward, be said that, though
be was disappointed in not being able to
see tho Holy Hand, ho would soon be
with Christ for eternity. In tho death
of Mr. Callas an humble Christian, kind
husband and father and an exemplary
citizen bas been called to his reward.
To the bereaved family is extended tho
sympathy of many friends.
Funeral services were conducted by
Hov. P. .1. Vormillion, his pastor, at tho
Walhalla Baptist church at 10.30 o'clock
Monday morning. Thc sermon was a
model one-plain and earnest, drawing
beautiful lessons from a model life. A
largo concourse of sorrowing friends
went from tho church to tho baptist
cemetery, w here tho remains were laid
to rest in tho midst of numbers of his
co-workers who have preceded him to
tho last long rest.
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express the rapture of Annie
K. Springer, of 1125 Howard st., Phila
delphia, Pa., whim she found that Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption
had completely cured her of a backing
cough that for many years had made life
a burden. All other remedies and doc
tors could give h?r 110 help, but sho says
of this Ito; al Cure-"it soon removed
tho pain in my chest and 1 now sleep
soundly, something I can scarcely ro
mcmber doing before. I fool Uko Bound
ing its praise thorought the Universo."
So will every ono who tries Dr. King's
Now Discovery for any I rouble of thc
throat, tdiest. or lungs. Prico 50 couts
and $1.00. Trial bottle free al all drug
stores in the county. Kvery bottle guar
Death ot Mr. Ahncr Boalwriijht.
Mr. Abner Boat wright died at bis
home on Tugaloo river ono day Inst
week, aged about lOOl years, and no
doubt was the oldest man in Oconco
county. Mr. Iloatwright was ono of
this county's most upright ami reliablo
citizens and will bo greatly missed. He
was a valiant soldier in tho Confederate
anny, and, although above tho age of
young manhood when the call was made
for volunteers, he responded promptly
and enlisted in Company C, Second S. C.
Pilles, Capt. O. M. Doyle, and served
faithfully as long as his age and health
would permit. The deceased bad boon
a constant reader of Tho KOOWOO Courier
since its inception. Mr. Hoatwright
leave a wife and two children lo mourn
his deal h. His remains were laid to rest
in tho family burying ground on bis
farm. The sorrowing relatives have the
sympathy of many friends. "Kiapiiescat
Editor's Awful Plight.
F. M. Higgins, editor of the Seneca
(111.) News, was nOlictcd for years with
piles that no doctor or remedy helped
until he tried Bueklon's Arnica Salve.
He writes two boxes wholly cured him.
lt's I ho.surest pile euro on earth and tim
best salve in the world. Cure guaran
teed. Only 25 couts. Sold by all drug
gists in the county.
A special dispatch from Naples says
tho steamer St. Mark, trading between
Naples and Marseilles, has been wiecked
ami that forty dive of her passengers and
part of her crew have been lost.
Thc Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
The Discoverer of Swamp-Root at Work In
There ls a disease prevailing in this
country most dani crous b< valise -.o decep
tive. Many Sudden deaths arc caused by
lt-heart disease, pneumon?a, heart failure
or apoplexy aro often the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble ls allowed to ad
vance thc kidney-poisoru 1 blood will attack
thc vital organs, or thc kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Then the richness of the blood-thc albumen
-leaks out and thc sufferer bas Bright's
Dlr.easo, tho worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the nev/ dis
covery is thc true specific for kidney, bladder
ond urinary troubles, lt has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists In fifty-cent
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mail, also a book telling about Swamp
Root ai.d Its wonderful cures. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and
mention this paper.
Tho Grand Lodge, A. F. M., of South
Carolina, will meei, in tho Masonic Tem
plo, in Charleston, uoxt Tuesday. Tho
railroads havo mado reduced ratos and
a largo number of delegates and visitors
aro expected in tho city on that dato.
My cntiro, well-assorted stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ll ATS,
NOTIONS, HARDWARE, GLASS
WARE, TIN WAKE, CROCKERY,
FURN ITU HE, &0.
THIS IS NO FAKE!
Tho goods must go and will go at
You are cordially invited to come
and B?vo dealers' profit.
F. H. GARTER,
P. S.-Also :;<)0 100-pound sacks of
Salt to go at 02 cents poi' sack.
ALL persons avo hereby notified not
to trespass in any manner whatso
ever on lands of .Mary C. Kitts, undoi
full penalty of law.
WEST UNION, S. C.
November 28, I DUO.
MA KY 0. KITTS.
Fall 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 .sonio beautiful designs.
Our Dress Trimmings and Linings are
second to none.
Wc have added Jackets, Capos, Skirts
and I'nder.skirts to our stock. Til080
are marked specially low ill order to
move them quickly.
Mon's Laundered Shirts with two
collars at 2~>c. for a few days only.
Men's Suspenders 15c: worth '?7)0,
One pair of Large Towels, .J">c.
To flt large men, fat mon, loan mon,
short men, thick mon, thin mon, old
men, young men, and all kinds of mon.
'.arge stock of Overcoats.
Wc can fit thc hoys also.
Como and see us and let us lit you
up in Clothing.
WOOL BLANKETS, QUILTS,
M FA'S AND BO VS1 HATS ANT)
CAFS IN LATEST STY LES.
Stoves and Ranges.
Sheppard's make- -every one guaran
We sell tho "Woodland** Box Heat
ing Stoves for school houses. They
give perfect satisfaction or money re
Trunks and Yalises-large line -all ?ay State SllOeS.
sizes and prices.
In Hardware and Flows wo have- THE BEST ON THE MARKET,
anything you need.
om-Grocery stock iscompioto, ' Umbrellas from 50c to
One Carot' Ballard's Obelisk Flour
received every thirty days.
Come and see us. We are anxious to sell.
. v. rm II ni ii II to.
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
solid, ------- 25 Cents.
Misses' Sizes, otherwise same as above,
Heavy Winter Shoes, - 50 Cents.
Women's Sizes, rather better quality,
These offers are only good till
January 1st. Supply your wants before
then. You can t afford to miss it.
M. W. COLEMAN & GO.,
H io rs* icc j A 9 O,
Stock Reduction !
Selling; Regardless of Cost
to Reduce Stock.
We Must Reduce our Stock'/
Ou account of a chango in our linn, to talco placo January 1st, 1001, wo aro
going lo sell our immense slock ol' goods al what it will cost you. Hut don't un
[lowland me to say w hat it cost me. I couldn't do thal now. Hut if you aro ex
pecting to buy anything for winter it will pay you to seo mo.
Wo havo a complote line of Dry doods and Notions and Jeans. Undorwoar
of all kinds.
(Mass, Crockery and Tinware in large quantities. Plates from 30 cents por
Just received live do/.on Water buckets, to go al your own price.
Wo havo tho most complete lino of Domestic Dry doods and Notions cvor
offered at these prices. Wc are going to reduce our stock, and if you miss tho op
portunity it will he your fault.
We mean business and will treal you right. When in town call and soo us.
1_. O - C R AIG,
Walhalla, S. C.
November 15 to December 15.
NOT GOING OUI', BUT A CHANGE
IN BUSINESS !
( >n accounl ol*.tire ill health of one ol' tho members of tho
linn, Wo oxpecl t<> make ;i chalice in oin' businoss the lirsi of
noNi year, and for tin- reason we r.<>w wish to rodueo our stock,
ihercfore, foi1 ilie
NEXT THIRTY DAYS,
and ?J0 days only, wo will sell for (ASM, and cash only, Cloth
ing, Hals, Cap-, Shoes, Hoots, Overshoes, Dross doods and
Trimmings, Tabl? Linen, Towels, Underwear, Shirts, Collars
und dill's, Mackintoshes, china anti (.'rockery Ware, p2 sots of
KU pieces of beautiful 0 li i mi to go ai jn-i half price), ami mair
other things foo humorous lo mention, ai such prices as DHU.
move ihem regardless ?d' eosi.
Wc --till have ;i few Oise Plows on hand lo offer al a low
Two hundred and lii'u barrels ol' Kl our i<> go fit tho fol
low ino- prices : Hos i Patent, "lioxane," al $'1.50 5 blaney Patent,
"Hakers' Choice," ?fl.Ka ney Straight, "Bou thorn Hello,"
$ I ; Choice Kn mi ly, "Blinny South," $8.00,
This is no ctn price -ale. Inn a cleat ance sale, and will
Ins! univ 80 days, SO b'ear in mind w in n ?1 bogilPS and when it
closes--from November I5lh i<> lleceinb?r 15th.
We Would call especial attention lo our largo and varied
-luck of Shoe-. If you need fheln lie sm-,, ?un? avail yourself of
ibis rare opportunity lo gel ihom cheap, for we aro going to oflor
I hem al price- l hat w ill inON v t la in.
CARTER & CO.
N. H.'-Wc would respectfully ask al! who are indebted
to ns to conic and sollie ai once. Carin1 cv'. Co.