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BI?I*LAY OF FALL MILLINKUY.
of Fall "Hat Fancies"' will bc shown in our
splendid display on Friday and Saturday
of this week. Remember the days
QC TO II KR 7 and ?.
Critical eyes of fashionable dressers are
admiring the good taste displayed in oar
F ACL STYL-HATS.
Autumn Hats, nobby and stylish from brim
to crown. Every conceivable shape which
fashion has decreed proper, at quick good
bye prices. J2? Remember the dates and
give us a call.
JAVM:S AL in AK WOOD, WALHALLA.
SP KCl Ali SHOWING OK LADIES' AND CHI I.DI.'KVs .1 AC K Ki's
AM) DRKSS GOODS ON TI I KSK i *\'?> DAYS.
Coral anii |)crsoival,
.- - Buggies, hai iii-.-s. White Hickory
wagons. T. K. Alexander, Walhalla.
Soo Important legal advertisements
in this issue.
?--Lot of seed wheal and oats for sale
by .laynes & < hil wood.
- If yon have tooth read the advertise
ment of the Seneca Pharmacy.
Miss liosa Ivostof, of Groonvillo, vis
ited her sister, Mrs. ll S. Look, last
- Kev. IL C.J',Grossman will conduct
Kuglish services in tho Lutheran church
- Anson Merrick, of Clemson, spent
Sunday with his mother and among
friends at Walhalla.
-Strother A- Ptiihiioy, of West Inion,
haVO ginned up to the present time over
?JO0 halos of cotton.
--Thackston A Son have several good
faims for sale m-ar (?reenville; also
Ocoueo lands. Sob advertisement.
- Kev. ,1. <i. Law will preach at fair
view next Sunday morning at ll o'clock,
and at Khene/.er at I o'clock in the after
-Consult tho advertising columns of
The Courier when you want to buy.
Good, live business men advertise in Tho
Messrs. Hunter, Dendy ,\ < 'o. and J.
T. Lawrence, of Seneca, have something
to interest you. head their advertise
ments and call on them.
W. o. White. Master, advertises thia
Week several traets of valuable land for
sah- on salesday in November. See ad
vertisements for particulars.
-There will be an all-day singing at
Conhoross Baptist church bli the fourth
Sunday in this month, conducted by .J,
1'. Morton and J. C. Barker.
--Dr. C. W. tient ry, of Knot ce, ai rived
hore yesterday to join bis wifo al tho
homo of liol parents. Major and Mis. S,
I'. Dendy i Ho ?ii! spend a fow days
among Iiis many friends herc.
Georgia M. Ilarpei and wi'o, ot An
dcrsbii, are spending a tew da v s in Wah
-Cet your Behool S ll J) pl! 08 ?it tho Wal
halla Drug < o.. Darby's Old stand.
Miss Mamie Ansel is visiting ?it tho
homo of her turnip, lion. M. V, Ansel, in
( ii renville.
--Joseph W. Shirley has boon ftp
pointed postmaster at Towtivillo to sm1
?.?.?..il Dr, W. K. Sharp, who has resigned.
Mi. Shu ley will make an ctlicici t post
master.- Anderson Intelligencer.
-Tho two wooksold infant child of Mr.
ami Mrs. W. M. Alexander, Of th?' New
Hop?? section, died last Saturday ami its
remains wore I liter rod in the cemetery at
Fairview Sunday afternoon at t o'clock.
- Mrs. .lohn A. Ansel, of Charleston,
ami Mrs. .las. 1'. Ansel, of Chattanooga,
Tl after spending soveral months in
Walhalla with relatives, returned > ester
?lay IV om I Hg to their respectivo homes.
-.1. T. Gillespie, of Greenville, ropro
Bootleg th?' lintier Marble Works, of
Marietta. Ca., is in Walhalla for ,. few
?lays. He is putting in several pi0C68 of
monumental work for partios near Wal
- Hon. Wyatt Aiken, of Abbeville,
spent Saturday night at the Walhalla
Hotel and left for his hon.0 Sunday
morning. Ho and Clerk of Court Purus
I ave been speinling some tune pleasantly
among the people of various sections of
-Slates, tablets, writing paper, pens,
ink, etc., at Walhalla Drug Co.
- K?'v. s. .1. Cartledge, of Anderson,
will assist the pastor ill a meeting at
Richland Presbyterian church, beginning
Thursday night, the Pith instant. The
Communion Of the Lord's Supper will lui
OOlObnttcd Sabbath morning. A cordial
invitation is extended to ail t?? attend
tin s?! services.
-The Courier office received an appro- '
elated call Tuesday morning from Dr. 1.
p.. Gcorgo, of Gainesville, (?a.* and H. E. 1
Gobrgo, of AHanta. The former is pro- !
prii-tor ->f a largo ding business, at
Gainesville, while the latter is proof
read er uh the Atlanta News. They come
on the sad mission of attending the
funeral of their mother at Motile) Mon
dfty aft erl.o.m.
Bargains at Norman s. Sen advertise
locate in Anderson for the
ot thc charleston Medical
bc v.iii occupy rooms over
U/n nra Urro tn Cnmo Vnii !
5f fl \? W 3 W HU? vi ? M 'Sfi/' *dt B T vj? \t vi \i S
Best Painl fol' the Biis?i?ss.^
i 'i ?cob al w iiys right.
WALHALLA DRUG COMPANY,
I >ai,by?n < >1<1 minnel.
-Tho United States Court will con
vene io QroeuVille next Monday. Tho
following are tho jurors from OooneO!
Grand -lt. li. Itobortson, Salom; .lames
Miller, $01100(1 ; .lohn Owens, Seneca.
Petit-J. NV, An.leis..,,. Walhalla: W. M.
( 'um pol I, Seneca.
-Tho fourth quarterly conference ol
the Seneca and Walhalla ohnrgo will con
veno with the Seneca congr?gation on
Sunday tho 10th instant, .it I o'clock p.
Ul.i and tho presiding elder will preach
ill tho SenecaJMcthodist church at 7.M0
p. m. t he same day.
-Tho railroads have granted the foi
lowing! mnd tiip tales io the Slate I an.
ColumbiniJWalhalla, c.; West Union,
S">. lo; Seneca, <>.i:>; Pendleton, $1.80.
Tickets on salo Ootobor 21-27 inclusivo;
I final limit Ootobor HO. These lures in
clude one admission to lair grounds,
I he llrsl number id tho lyceum
com se will be given at Hell's Mall or
Conn I? oise next Wednesday evening,
October lOtll, lit8..10 o'clock. Tim Lovett
boston Stars will be thc altraction, and
those wdio love good music will have a
treat. The company is made up of four
artists?JFrauk IteynoldS, "the star sing
ing humorist;" (Miss Georgia Harvey,
reader: Miss Elizabeth Mayo, violinist:
Miss|Prauccs Hick ford, soprano.
-Tho Goonoo Knitting Mill building
will soon bc completed. Superintendent
Schroder expects to have the walls of the
J second story built and tho roof on by
Saturday <>f tins week. The knitting
! machinery is all in one of the buildings
Ol) the grounds and will soon be placed
ready for wauk. Lverytliing would hive
been reaily for limning now hut for tho
failure ot' thoBbrick contractor to keep
tho mill ?supplied with brick. The mill
will be a model one when completed.
Belier Than Pills.
The quostloll has been asked, lu what
way arc Chamberlain's Stomach and
?Liver Tablets superior to the ordinary
cat hart ic and liver pills'.' Om answer is,
! tliey aro easier ami more pleasant to
' take and their effect is so gentle and so
! agreeable that one hardly realizes that it
i is produced by a medicine. Thon they
? not >iily move the bowels, hut improve
the appetite ami aids the digestion. For
sale at 20 cents j.er bottle by .1. W. Kell,
Walhalla; ..seneca Pharmacy and W. .1.
Lyceum Course in Walhalla.
Five attractions, of high class, will be
j furnished* Walhalla Ibis season by the
Alkahest Lyceum System, of Atlanta. A
I lart;e stat course inc.ibeiship has already
boon secured->s members. The list is
I too long to print-. Others wishing to get
season tickets can be furnished with same
hy applying to local manager, I). F.
Nicholson. A special rate for season
tickets is made to school children if
bought between now and next Wednes
day, October 10th,
Parents are urged to give their children
?he advantages of this course, thc educa
tive feature of which will provo ol" great
value ?o a child in school who is strug
gling for new ideas, which come slowly,
in many instances, because of lack of
ability ?to "relate ideas." Something
must be in the mind before it has the
power to b ain or be taught something
entirely LOW. This Lyceum cour, e gives
Tivclvc Mile River Baptist Association.
Tho'mccting of the Twelve Milo Uiver
Association, which convened with Fail
( reek baptist churoh| from the tith lo
the 'tb instant,|wns|largcly attended and
ono of the most harmonious in its his
tory: Kev, W. c. s,ain.m, moderator,
and .:. c. (on rett. clerk. Notwithstand
ing tho busy harvesting lime with the
fanners, theiejw.-- good ?tt?tldnut e each
tl.iv, and bountiful provisions had been
made by the good people of that commu
nity ami most* jhcnrtily len joyed by al!
w hose gobd pleasure it was lo bo present.
Tiie next annual mool lug will bc with
lt bas bt'ltih announced that J lld gd
Parker, candidate tor President, will not
go on tho stump under uti) ci rc n in
stances; . Tile announcement was made
in a statement issued by Chairman,
Clyde briggs, a white man living al
Paco le i Cotton! Mills, in Spaifanhurg
I lentiary or chain gang last Frldrtj morn
j lng, October Mb, at Hampton, ids at
torneys vrave notice of an appeal to the
; Supreme ( on ri, and moved foi tho grant
im; of bail in Hie meantime in the sum
of $1,000. This was granted, and it Ken
: nett seem cs the amount ho Will bo re
i leased from imprisonment. Nothing in
ibis ordei is to prejudice the Mate from
i holding tho pi'.souci for violation of the
te, ms id bis pardon for murder. Kennett
j now has a life sentence to his i i edit ami
1 on 'op of this fl vb additional years of
. seryi?e have been imposed foi killing his
wlfOi lie was conditionally pardoned
for his life 80ntOnCO, Ho violated the
Conditional pardon and now bas five
years tor a new erinn .
Entertainment at Seneca.
Seueoa, Ootober li.-On last ovouiug
Mis. .his. H, Adams entertained at tbeii
beautiful homo, "Hiokory Crest," at nu
elegantly appointed reception, COUiplh
ru o ular y to her guests. Misses Uraco and
Kt hid Henson, two attractive young
ludios ol Hartwell, to?. TllO evening
I was passod very pleasantly. TllO Misses
Henson pei foi med on the piano. Miss
Willie < herry's r?citations wen1 highly
appreciated hy all. Later in tho owning
delicious refreshments were served, con
sisting of cream ami (Mike. Aime.g those
who weie present were: Misses GrOCO
and Kthcl Benson, Hartwell; Mae and
Willie ( hen y. Lulu GigUllliat, Sallie Me
Cutchoou, May Thompson; (Haily Hal
lender, Wilton liarle. Leland Marett,
Whittier Livingston, lt. P. Cliuksoalos,
Will Doyle, Louis t'ary; fail Smith,
Newry. L. lt. ? .
TO Ct'BK \ .'Ol.I? IN OM: DAV.
Take I *x.\uvi. BitoMOQuiNiMKTablets.
All druggists refund the money if it fails
K> cure. K. W. (Hove's signature is on
oaoh box. 2?0.
Twenty-Seven Persons Killed hy Collision.
Kansas City, Mo., ( >ctoher lo -Twouty
sevon persons were killed and thirty in
jured, several of them fatally, in a head
on collision to day two miles and a half i
east of Warronsburg, Mo., between tho |
second section of Missouri Paoiflc pas-I
BOngei' train No. !10, which left Wichita,]
Kansas, last night for St. Louis for tho !
World's Fuit" excursionists, and a heavy
west-bound extra freight tram. Tho cob
lision occur rod hi a curve known as
. Head Mao's Hend." Both engine? rs
and both lirmnen saw tho clangor lind
jumped. Kail road officials say the hor
ror was caused by failure ot engineer to
Poisoned Bride ol Three Weeks. '
I nion, October 7. - Unconscious, Mrs.
Hei t Grogory, an attractive young bride
of three weeks, lies at the point of death
as Hu? result of being poisoned. Her
husband languishes in jail, suspected of
thc crime, though protesting his inno
Sunday night Gregory asked the physi
cian for calomel. She postponed taking
it until Tuesday night. After tho sec
ond ?lose she noticed the water was very
hitter and shortly afterwards was seized
with convulsions. Only Blight hopes of
her recovery aro OUtortttiuod.
Gregory? w hen BCOU in his coll to-day,
said his married life had been happy.
Ile said his wife might have taken
strychnine lie was using for a soro foot.
The Oinpty bottle was found.
Latest- .Mrs. (iregory ls (load.
Cause of lo?, jaw.
Lockjaw, or tetanus, is caused by a ba
cillus or gel m w hich exists plcntit olly in
! Street dirt, lt is inactive solong 08 ox
posed to the air, hut when carried be
neath the skin, as in the wounds caused
by percussion caps or hy rusty nails, an?!
when thc air is ? ?eluded tho germ is
rouse?! to activity and produces tho most
virulent poison known. These germs
may be dostroyod and all danger of look
jaw avoided by applying Chamberlain's
Pain Hahn frooly as soon as the injury is
received. Pain Balm is antiseptic and
causes cuts, bruises and like injuries to
heal without maturation ami in one-third i
the time required by the usual treatment. 1
lt is tor sale by .1.' W. Hell. Walhalla ;
\V. J. Lunney and seneca Pharmacy,
Greenville's Election Contest.
Newberry, October 8.-Tho Speogle
Walker contosted election caso from
GroonVlllo county yesterday came bet?re
Justice Y. ,l.l'o|.ii ii notice to show
I causo w hy a wi n ot certiorari should
I not be issued. The hearing was held in
tin- Court House. Tho wrll was dis
missed for want of jurisdiction und tho
! matter now stands where it did before
! t be application w as made.
Hi Mr. Walker was declared nominated
I supervisor of < rreonviUo county by seven
; voles mer and above Mr. SpOOglo, his
\ opponent, but tho noni i nat ion was cou
testesteil on Hie grouhd that illegal votes
' had been CUS? foi Mr. Walker. The
mattel was brough! before the county
executive committee, which th'ci(h'?l in
favor ot Mr. SpOOglo's claim, holding
thal more tb.m soven illegal votes had
'been east for Mr. Walker. Thence the
in?tt?r was referred lo t hief Justice
The ease will go befo! e th" Mate Demo.
' oe ratio ICJtec'utivo Committee, according
to :i statement made by one of Mr.
Walker's at torneys. A bealing will ho
, asked as soon as possible.
THU CHRISTIAN ohurotaee at Cou
Btautiuoplo, Turkey, and i'okahoma,
Japau, bave long used tbo Lougiuan A
Martiueis Paints for painting their
Liberal contributions >i L. A- M. Pain!
will lu> given tor Kurll purpose whcicver
a church is located.
I'". M. Scodold, Hants Springs. S. C..
writes: "I painted our old bomostoad
with I,. A M. twenty six years ago. Not
painted since; looks bettui than houses
painted in the last four years."
W. li. Uarr,Charleston, NV. Va., writes:
"Painted Kranken burg Block with I., A
M shows better than any buildings bore
have ever done: stands oin as though
varnished, and actual cost ol paint was
less than $1,20 per gallon. Wears and
covers like gold."
Tboso celebrated paints are solo by C.
.\\. Pitchford Co., Walhalla, s. C.
Filly Killed and Thirty Injured.
Saut iago de Chile, October IO.-By tho
collapse of a building lu tho course ol
construction here to day lilly men were
killed. The victims were completely
hui ied in the debris, and so far no bodies
have boOU recovered. In addition to the
tilt v killed there were thirty or more In
jured, many of whom will dil?. Tho
building was to have been the largest in
the city and was tar advanced toward
comjiletie.it. There wore scores of mon
at work on the struotliro when, without
warning, the frame work collapsed, car
ry lng tin- workmen down to death. The
CollapBO of the Structure caused the wild
os t excitement. Tea thousand persons
gathered about the ruins ami soon a cry
arose against the conti actors, and if they
bad been found it is probable they would
have been summarily dealt with.
How about some clean, put'O
Mow about Booie Tiuwu e
Mow about some "t hecks" for
the random nod tho children.'
VOU will lind th080 thi-, ftl
lowest prices hy coming to see me.
Bring your ChiokoOB, Turkeys,
Leese, Guinoas, etc., to me ami
you will bo suie to bring them
agaiu. IHuhcst prices lor all pr<^
I can save you something on
tho things necessary for life.
Give nie :i call.
E. C. MANN,
MicKler's Olci Stand.
.* >Iixui>?li " Worsteds.
These "Manish" Worsteds are desirable for stylish tailored suits.
Fancy Worsted Suitings, 52 inches wide; grounds of Idaek and blue, witli
white mixtures, and hlaek and blue, showing red mist?r08, with a self color cord,
forming an ovorplaid; Oouncosln woight; piooo-dyo; $1 a yard.
Ilerriug-bono Pain proof Worsted, .V> indies wide; in brown mixtures;
used largely for wot weather garments, Si.">" a yard.
Fancy Unfinished Worsted Suiting, 60 inches wide: medium weight, on
grounds O? blue, black and brown, showing a sprinkling of white, ;i yard.
o/" Exquisite SilKs.
Silk is this season's reigning fabric. The increased demand for silks has
spurred tho woavora on, and their efforts have resulted in some of tho most beauti
ful novelties ever manufactured, our autumn collection stands unparelleled.
Never was there such a variety o' Silks-never were prices BO low.
Colored Taffota Silk-An excellent grade all silk. Complote line of colors.
Desirable for waists, shirt-w 5st snits ami line linings, 050., 750. and $1.
l ine black Peau De Soie-'?1 inches wide: line grade all Silk, with soft mel
low finish; Suitable for dresses, coats, etc.: $1.50,
"Yard Wide" black Taffeta-A guaranteed Silk with good rustling, brilliant
black ; $1,25 grados, 85c.
skirts. Walkiug Lengths-Fashionable Walkiug skirts of black Melton
( loth: made with stitched lap seams: panel trimmed with straps and buttons of
self material; $2 and $2.00.
Four good Styles in Walking Skirts in light and dark mixtures and black
Melton and Cheviot: $3.50.
Handsome line of Walking Skirts in black, plain blues, browns; broadcloth
and Cheviots: plaids ami men's suitings; made 7 to 1!? pores; many pleated skirts;
others made with yokes, bands and straps of self material; to $7.50.
Our Millinery Openiug of Fine Mats will he next Wednesday and Thursday.
October 12th and lath.
HUNTER, DENDY & CO.,
Si ES TS EC JV , Si. c.
WE ARE NOW READY
witn Our Fall StocK
of "Winter Goods.
( ii i( ?! i.s.
Woollen Gooda in Colors, consist int;
if I tito A DC LOTIT,
SF.UGKS, HENRI KTT AS.
Big Linc of Ladies' and
CLOTHING TO SUIT KVKin lb ?i.Y
Roys' and Children's Snits-tho Mrs.
\ Jane Hopkins make, guaranteed thc
\> i: si:i.i, i III. KRIITI:MX)RIT
Pl I T.M A > SHOKS POR LAIM KS,
SKI', on; i: A <; CORSETS.
Ask for the Tapering Waist-thc
mest pop?lar corset on tin- markot.
THESE BRANDS OF SHOES
11 ll V Ci -> o ?lio t? Ofr? ?4l" ll 11 y rsl ;>l>lislic<| til O ll' < * 1:1 i 111 H ?!>-?
nily tin* idol of every w oarer,
lather Innersoles. Loather
? tho greatest selling
To THE Ti?ADK. LI V A
Lack stays uro points ot advantage
l'AlK AND I ; K CONVINCED.
-For Sido Ly
J. T. Lawrence & Co., Seneca, S. C.
SHOES ".?MEN'S1*" SHOES