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Mr. C. M. Nield wont to Nowborry this
morning on busiuoss.
Mr. Willie Vonlludoln, of Charleston,
. is visitiug homo folks.
Mis? Louisa Burse, of Charleston, is
visiting lier mother in Walhall?.
Miss May Shumnto,' of Andorson, is
viBtting Kev. and Mrs. J. pi Danie).
Mr. ?nd Mrs. W. T. Thompson roturuod
to their homo in Columbia last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Gibson roturuod
to thoir homo in Laurens last Friday
.Tho ollico days of Dr. W. F. Austin,
dentist, at Soncoa, aro Mondays, Fridays
Mr. Chorlos Pluolniiittiin, o? Chu?os
ton, ?H stopping at Mr. G. W/Eaton's
Miss Mary Thoilkuhl, >f MoCormiok,
is on a visit to hor father, Mr. F. Thoil
kuhl, and family.
Miss Augusta Stolling, of Charleston,
is visitingstho family of Mr. Goorgo Bur
klein, nour town.
Dr. Fnbnostook will bo in his offlco |
every Monday, Tuesday and Saturday
until furthor not iee.
Mr. II. I. Woavor and family have
recently movod into tho Ansel residence,
noxt :<? tlio Walhalla Hotol.
Miss Noemi Todd, of Tamassoo, loft
Walhalla last Friday for Andorson to
visit rolativOB and friends.
Mrs. F. A. Jacobs and grandson Master
Cris .Jacobs, of Columbia, aro guests of
Mr. John Boso and family.
Mr. W. W. Keys, of tho Baptist Cou
rier, is in attoudanco upon tho Boavor
dam Association in this county.
Mr. Loo G. Ilolloman, of Anderson, is
in Walhalla, on a vi?it to his fathor,
.Judge J. W. Uolleman, and family.
A horo's lifo is not altogether ono
long-drawn-out dream of bliss. Hobson
has had to begin kissing tho babies.
Judge I). I'. Vornor, of Creonvillo, is
visiting relatives and friends at Seneca
and elsewhere in tho county this wook.
Mis. G. T. Baugbman and child, of
MoCormiok, aro on a visit to lier motlier,
Mrs. C. M. Bronucokc, and other rela
Mrs. S. Crowley and son, Mr. George
Crowloy, of Boswell, Ga., aro visiting
hor daughter, Mrs. II, I. Weaver, in Wal
Mr. John Stolling, of Charleston, came
up Wednesday ovoning and is visiting
Ins uncle, Mr.,Win. Stolling, near Wal
A full and fresh lino of crackors, tur
nip seed, ice croani salt, oat nioal, can
dles, chipped and roast beef at C. G.
J ay HOB'.
Mr. Frank Aloxnndor, of Piedmont,
was in Walhalla Tuesday. Ho has many
friends boro, who aro always doliglited
to seo him.
The bald man bout his knoo in prayor,
But scarcely had ho closed his eyes
When some one hoard him mutter there,
"Darn those Hies!"
? Earlo's Mill Democratic Club is called
"to moot on the 13th of August at tb reo
o'clock to reorganize. By order of L. O.
Tho races to como oft' at tho fair
grounds, in Seneca, noxt Saturday, Au
gust 13th, will bo under tho oxclusivo
management; of Mr. L. W. Vornor.
Hov. M. M. Kinard, of Columbia, ar
rived in Walhalla Tuesday evening to.
spend some time visiting tho family of
his father-in-law, Capt. C. F. Scoba.
You can get a straw hat or a nice pail
of summer shoos below actual cost at
Carter iv Co's. Must closo them out.
Come and get your choice.
Mr. W. D. Moss is taking a pleasure
jaunt through the mountains this week.
Sin seems sad and lonely. I Io is accom
panied bv Mr. Paul Armstrong, of Itioh
Anderson Advocate, August 8: "Miss
Bessie Mioklor, of Walhalla, spent a ?lay
in tho city last wook. She was accom
panied hy Mr. Bud McLano, of Jackson
GKNTS' CLOTH INO.-Made to order by
the most reliable tailoring house in Amer
ica. Vom order solicited. Exact fit guar
anteed. Will save you 'JO per cent. M. ?.
King, Walhalla, S. C.
Kx-ShorilT B. F. Doutbit, of West
Union, is the happy father of a linu baby
hoy. Verily, the population of Wal
halla and thc surrounding community
The line of ladies' shirt waists, skirts
and utldorwoa**, shown by M. W. Cole
man & Co., is very pretty and tho
prices attractive. Shirt waists, 2-">c.
Heady made skirts only ?Oc.
Mr. M. L. Alexander and daughter,
Miss bessie, spent Monday in Walhalla
with the family of Mrs. li. A. Boll. They
returned Tuesday morning to their home
If you want goods at and below cost
for tho next thirty days only, call on J.
& J. S. Carter, Westminster, S. C. They
aro (.otorniinod to reduce their stock.
Bargains will do it. See their advertise
Mr. Wm. J. IL Brandt and wife, Mr.
Wm. Pt.ekhnbor, wife and throe chil
dren, Miss Julia Bulwinklo, Miss Annie
Schwache and Miss Minnamann, of
Charleston, aro visiting the family of
Mr. ii. ll. Brandt, near Walhalla.
M. W. Coleman tv Co. aro showing an
elegant line of summer shoes in all the
prevailing colors, and their line of sum
mer clothing and neckwear is hard to
beat. Give thom a call and you will not
(?ards are out announcing thc marriage
of Mr. William Finest Chcswoll, of
Newry, to Miss Annie May Jones, of
Westminster, on Wednesday oveuing,
August 17th, 18D8, at niuo o'clock, in the
Baptist church, Westminster, S. C.
J. A- J. S. ('arter, successors to Carter
Merchandise Company, Westminster, are
determined to reduce thoir largo stock
of goods. See thoir advertisement. lt
means business and so do they. Thoy
have everything you want, ('all and seo
them and you will savo money.
Mr. James T. Wilson has been improv
ing the sidewalk in front of his property
on Main street tit in week by putting
down a largo quantity of dirt on tho
same. It has been suggested that thc
town authorities now have this sidewalk
covered with a thick coating of sand.
Mr. IL C. Kochau and his daughter,
Mrs. Anna Tidomann, of Charleston,
came up on the excursion yesterday
evening and are stopping at Mr. ( B.
Oohmig's. Mr. Kochau. despite his ad
vanced age, is looking halo and hearty.
Their many friends are glad to see them
Mr. Charles IL Willson, of Berkeley
county, died on Sunday last, after an
illness of two months, in tho Bist year
of his age, leaving a wife and three chil
dren. Ile was a brother of Dr. John O.
Willson, of Greenville A sister of Dr.
Willson died live or six weeks ago in
Hampton, and he has much sympathy
in this doublo ftUHciion,
Columbia Register, August 8th: ''Gov.
F.llerho has received a letter from J. H.
Karlo, of Walhalla, asking permission to
raise a company. Tho Governor replied
that a commission would ho issued to
bim when he raises !H men, and <t is
thought that Mi. Karlo will proced? at
once with tho organization of Iiis com
Attention is called to tho advertise
ment of the Walhalla S ol oct School, Miss
Kate J. Steck, Principal. This school
will begin the work of its sixth yoar on
Monday, September 5th, Tho thorough
and satisfactory work in the school room
by Miss Steck needs no meed of praise
from us. She is an accomplished, and
successful teacher. During tho vacation
her school room has been remodeled
so as to cont.'.bute largely to tho com
fort and convenience of pupils.
Tho partnership heretoforo existing
between Messrs. J. C. Shockley and C.
W. Pitchford, in tho planing mill and
lumber business, has hoon dissolved hy
mutual consent. Mr. Pitchford has
bought out the interest of Mr. Shookloy
in Coo plant and machinery in West
Union anil will continuo to run tho busi
ness with Mr. .LS. Arlington as foreman
and manager. Mr. Shookloy will con
tinue in Ibo saw mill and lumber busi
ness and give bis attention exclusively to
tho running of his mills.
Mi?s L?fcr.io Mc Anally, of Noni y, was
(a town lout week, visiting friends.
Mi?? Moun McKenzie, un uxouslnmst
from Charleston, ia a gu'ist at Mrs. C.
Meyers', in Midway.
Mr. Ooo. A. Stock, of Charleston, carno
np on tho oxourelon yesterday to visit
relatives in Wnlh-?\K
Mr. Langdon Mooro .got ono of Vs
baud* out up vory badly in ono of tho
cards at tho Cotton Mill last wook.
Mrs J. L. Koubor, of Savannah, Ga.,
carno up on tho oxcursion, ami is vislt
ing her mother-in-law, in Midway.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Soimors and daughtor,
Miss Ida Soimors, < f Charleston, nro
guosts of Mr. I). Oolkors and family.
Mrs. IL w. Pieper, of Charleston, is
up for tho oxcursion period, mid ?J
?topping at Mr. F. W. Piopor's, near
Mnstor Marvin Smith, tho Coi; ni KU'S
"devil," roturuod to work to-day, aftor
raising win in general at Sandy Springs
for a wook.
Hon. John 1). Cnppohnanr., wifo and
four children, cnillO Up Oil th J exclusion,
and aro stopping with hil brother-in
law, Mr. IL B. Sonrodor.
Tho district mooting of tho Woman's
Missionary Society of tho Methodist
church will convene at Westminster to
morrow and romain in session until Sun
Mr. Carson Oolkors, of Sunimorvillo,
came up last evening on n visit to his
father, Mr. I). Oolkors, and family. Ho
is clerking in that city for H. W. Bohl
Oscar Mooro, who lives on Mr. George
C. Patterson's placo, near Seneca, killed
a rattloRimko last wook that had liftocn
rattles and a button and measured llvo
foot in length. ,
It was ?piito an agreeable surprise to
soo tho oxcursion train como in caro of
Capt. Wni; J. Nix as conductor, and
"Pat" Gibson at tho throttle. Their
many friends woro delighted.
Mrs. G. W. Goodman and tinco chil
dren and Mrs. T. Olson and four ehil
dron, of Port Tampa City, Fla., aro in
OcoilOO for the remainder of tho summer,
stopping with tho family of Mr. J. I).
Ksboll, near Wal.ia'la.
Mrs. J. T. Kay wt urned on Wednes
day from a pleasant visit to relatives in
Anderson county. Sho was accompa
nied hy Miss lue/. Campbell, of Pelton,
who will spend sometime visiting ber
cousin, Miss Maud Kay.
At tho rocont Doinocratio primary olcc
tion for Mayor and Aldermen of Ander
son tho following woro olectod : J. K.
Hood, Mayor, U. E. lagon, F. G. Brown,
C. S. Sullivan, G. W. Evans, J. M. Smith
and W. F. Cox, Aldormon.
Mrs. L. R. YanDivioro, of Atlanta,Ga.,
and Miss Georgia YanDivioro, of Wal
halla havo gone on a visit to thoir friends,
Mr. and Mrs. William Hiles, at Shelby,
Michigan. They ?viii sound about a
month in tho groat Lake .State.
J migo Wm. II. Brnwloy, of Charleston,
has appointed Col. lt, A. Thompson as
Koloroo in Bankruptcy for Oconco coun
ty. This olllco is created by tho Act of
Congress, establishing a uniform systoni
ot bankruptcy throughout tho United
Dr. William E. Lake, of Nowborry
county, is attending tho Farmers' Insti
tuto at Clemson Collogo this wook as a
dologato. Aftor tho eloso of tho insti
tuto lie will spend a few days in West
Union with bis brother-in-law, - Hon. C.
H. D. Hums.
Nicholas (Jrady, tho flftoon-month-old
son of Hov. and Mrs. N. G. Hallenger, of
Grau i to ville, died Sunday, July 31, from
an attack of pneumonia fever. Tho
boroaved parents have many friends in
Oconoe who extend to thom their si leer
Mr. D, Henderson and family, of An
dorson, have moved to Walhalla and oc
cupy tho cottage residence of Mr. J. I).
Vernor on Tugaloo street. Wo aro glad
to welcome thom to our town and hopo
soon to number them among us as per
Our friend, Mr. C. W. Broom, who
lives about four miles southwest of Wal
halla, roports several open bolls of cotton
on August ?>. Mr. Broom is one of thc
many industrious and progressive farm
ers of Oconco, and is ovor at tho fore
front with early and splendid crops.
Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Stoddard, of Hart,
well, Ga., returned homo Monday morn
ing last, after spending three wocks with
relatives in Walhalla. Their mail)
friends are delighted to soo that Dr. S,
has recovered from his recent injuries
and is very nearly restored to usual
Thc following citizens of Oconec
county have hoon drawn to servo ai
jurors at tho next February term of tin
United States Court in Greenville, to wit
Elias Jenkins, p. c., and Thomas Wig
gins, p. c., on tho grand jury; Wm. Bibb
Alex. Robinson and H. S. YanDivioro oi
tho petit jury.
Capt. Y. F. Martin, Oeonoo's cilicionl
Superintendent of Fducation, is on ;
pleasure jaunt through tho mountains
Notwithstanding tho fact that votes ii
tho Old North Slato are not countec
hero in a general election, it is pretty
certain ho will get one voto at Highland!
that Itt is counting on a groat deal.
Ben ard.-On Friday, Augusto, a dari
complected man, dressed in dark clothes
giving for his name Sanders, hired a sin
gie top buggy, with oak-colored shafts
buggy painted black, from my stable!
and lias novor returned. 1 offer a rowan
of $25 for tho capture of man and buggy
S. W. Dickson, Westminster, S. C.
Died, on Saturday night, August (Ith
William, infant child of Mr, and Mrs
?laines Shelton, aged about one year am
tbreo months. Its hotly was buried oi
Sunday afternoon ?it Neville's bu ry inf
ground, funeral services being conductei
by Kev. Phillip Chambers at the home o
the parents. The child dieil of typhoir
The annual excursion from Charles
ton arrived in Walhalla yesterday aftor
noon ut live o'clock. Quito a numboi
took advantage of tho opportunity tr
spend throe weeks in the mountains am
visit relatives and friends. Over lot
excursionists arrived in Walhalla. Wc
extend a cordial welcome to all om
guests, and wish them a pleasant sojourn
in our midst.
On Monday evening Deputy Marsha
W. H. F. Corbin brought to Walhalla am
lodged in jail Kl ?sha Holden, a boy aboil
IS years old, charged with robbing tin
mails. Young Holden has been carrying,
the mail on different routes for sonu
time, and has lately boon on tho rout!
from Tal loy to JocasBOO, where tho open
ing of tho pouches wri discovered. Si
far only ono packago v.ikou from th)
mail has hoon traced to him. This wa:
a package of patent medicines.
Col. J. S. N'orner, of Columbia, is cir
dilating among Iiis relatives and friend;
in Walhalla and elsewhere in tho count;
this wook. Ile is looking exceeding!;
woll, and Iiis familiar laugh is as heart;
as ever in punctuating tho point of ;
good joke. Ho is tho able Mastoi o
Richland county, and performs tho exact
ing duties of tho olllco in an efficient am
highly satisfactory manner. His man;
Oconec frioilds would bo pleased to WOl
como bim back to his nativo heath1
should ho over lind it to Ids interest t
cast in his lot witli us again.
The following prisonors aro in Oconc
jail serving sontonoos imposed by tho U
S. District (knut: .lan?os Albcrtson am
Moses Pearson, each for throe mon tin
for working in an Illicit distillery, "in
Folger Powell, four months, for ri .io\
ing, concealing and rotailing. Joe Hoi
nett, for breaking into the post olllco II
Salom, was sent to the roforinator
school in Washington, I). C., foroighteo
months. " Ho is a lad sixteen years old
ami it is hoped his habits may bo in
proved when bo conics out of this schoo
which is maintained for tho reformatio
of youthful criminals.
Mr. S. P. 11 unnlotltt and wife, of (Mar:
Ga., were visiting his mother ?md fnmil]
near High Falls, recontly. Ho drov
across tho'countiy from bis homo in th
suburbs of Atlanta, in bis buggy. Mi
Ifunnicutt is an Oconco hoy and is doin
woll in his adopted home. He will b
romomborod by many of our noonie :i
tho little boy who was witli his fathci
tho late Wm, J. Ilunnlcntt, on tho nigli
he was killed in tho public road in Wei
Union on his way home from Willimill
Ile. too, was also knocked in tho boa
amt for a time it was thought bo wool
die. Frazier Copeland, a negro, wc
hung foi thc toiriblo crinio.
Oitet? B. F. ?'ounit.gton. ot Anderson? I
was fu Walhalla Wodnosday ovculng, I
Mis. W. W. Robinson nud^daughtor. ot
Columbia, avo visiting rotativos ia Wal
len.? % T' I
Mrs. J. 13. Lowlo, of Clemson Cohobo,
spout Inst wook with Mrs. Kat? 1*. Lowis
Missos Grnco Clovolaud ami Salllo
MoDonald, of Oroonvillo, aro visiting
Miss Folioin Porry.
Miss Bossio Smith, who lias boon visit
ing h ur sister, Mrs. J. L. Danie), rotiuaed
to her homo in LauronB oouuty last Fri
Mrs. Suhrstodt, of Charleston, came up
on tho oxcursion Wednesday ovoning,
and is stepping with Mrs. Sophto Bitter
Mr. Will .Smith, of Columbia, carno up
^rril 1... , , ?,.,-?*. 1,?- ..f-,i-'..
DAUHVU.j . .. .tm:, ... Va.itb . .1., ......ti, ...l.t.
N. tit laut. Dis many friouds aro glad
to seo him again.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Sloan, of Audorson,
aro stopping with Mrs. A. C. Merrick for
a fow wooks. They aro boro on account
of tho heult h of their llttlo baby.
Mrs. J. M. Pondorgnst, o? Port Boyal,
carno up Wodnosday ovoning on a visit
?o her daughter, Mrs. IS. E. Sob roder,
who has been quito ill ;oi somo timo.
Messrs. Jake and ?lohn Foudloy, of
Brushy (hook, Audorson county, .and
their families, aro visiting ihoir brother
in-law, jMr. Rufus Kirby, near Soneos.
There will bo no preaching lu tho
Walhalla Presbyterian church noxt Sun
day morning or evening, as tho revival
services are in progress at Ashworth's
Mr. Will li. Thompson, aftor a pleas
ant visit to his parents, near Walhalla,
returned to his post of duty on tho
South Carolina and Ooorgia Railroad
A now brick store will bo built by
Smith Brothers on the lot formerly oc
cupied by thom. Excavations for tho
foundation aro hoing made. Tho store
will be 20x70 foot,
Qladdis. tho ton-month-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Price, of this place,
?lied on August lat from an attack of
typhoid fever, and was buried in the
Novillo burying ground on tho 2d.
The first Democratic primary election
for State and county ofllcors will be held
on Tuesday, August :>0. Bo sure that
your namo is on tho club roll at least live
days boforo the election, so you can vote.
On Monday next tho, Stato campaign
meeting will bo held on tho public squaro
at Walhalla Court House. Lot every
body take a day olT and como out to soo
tho candidates and hear what they havo
A tolcgram was received in Greenville
last Saturday announcing tho death,
from typhoid fover, nt Ohiokamauga, of
W. M. Matthews, of Greenville, who
eidisted as a momhor of tho lintier
Guards about live wooks ago.
Miss Margie VanDivioro and hor
two brothers, Masters Charles L. and
Wiehorn VanDivioro, of Atlanta, Ga.,
children of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. VanDi
vioro, aro visiting thoir grandparents,
Col. and Mrs. II. S. VanDivioro.
Died, in Walhalla, S. C., August 4th,
180S, William Leonard Chambers, son of
Rev. and Mrs. Phillip Chambers, aged
two years and threo months. Tho child
had hoon sick about two months with
typhoid fover. It was buried on Friday
afternoon at Holly Springs.
Prof. F. Muoneh, Ph. 1)., of Charleston,
is in town. Prof. Muench is well known
hero as tho author of Palmetto Lyrics.
Many points of interest in and around
Walhalla aro treated by him, among thuin
being a legend of Issnquonn Palls. His
many friends aro glad to meet him again.
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn It. Bouorts, of
Charleston, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
T. Wiluon. Mr. Roberts is assistant
cashier of tho People's National Hank.
Ile has been an ofticor in this bank for
forty-four years, and is enjoying his Hist
vacation in the last twenty-live years. Ho
is accompanied by Mr. George Patrick.
The annual meeting ol' tho Goonoo
County Brotherhood was held at Con
noross last Friday. Tho former ollicors
woro ro-oloeted as follows : Thus, bibb,
President: W. A. Barron, Vice Presi
dent; J. B. Sanders, Sccrotary and Trea
surer. Tho Brotherhood now bas about
100 paid-up members. The next annual
meeting will be hold at South Dinon.
Hon. George Johnstone, of Newberry,
is announced in this issue as a candidate
for Congress from this District. Col.
Johnstone is well known to our readers,
and his'qualifications for the ellice can
not beepiostioned. Threo live candidates
are now in tho Hold, and thc campaign
in Congressional circles for tho remain
ing three weeks will bc brisk and inter
The revival services in Ashworth's
Dall, conducted by Kev. Arthur Crane,
bogan last Sunday and aro in progress
this week. Notwithstanding tho inclem
ency of tho weather, tho attendance has
boon good and considerable interest is
manifested. The meeting will probably
continue until Friday of next week.
May much and lasting good bo accom
A "Varanda Party" will be given at
tho residence of Mr. Wm. G. Pony,
near Walhalla, this (Thursday) ovoning
by Miss Folicia Perry in honor of Misses
Grace Clovolaud and Sallie McDonnald,
of Greenville. Embossed invitations,
with (Julian and United States Hags,
have been issued. This statement as to
invitations is made on information and
belief, as wo have not seo' thom, but tho
boys on the Cor mien force are still bunt
ing in their old clothes for ono.
Lieutenant O. B. Bosongor, of Orange
burg, recruiting olliccr, was in Walhalla
last Monday and mustered into service
tho following Oconeo boys as mombors
of tho Second Rogimont s. C. Volunteers:
Richard S, Mcolor, Newton P. Lommons,
Claude M. Deal, Thomas M. Wakofiold.
George W. Dyor, John F. bitter KIHI
dames IT. Burns. A recruiting ofticor is
expected hero again on Friday, August
IO, to muster in anothor squad. The
names of these men were furnished by
Mr. J. H. Karlo, and they will form the
nucleus of tho company which is to go
from Oconeo, if it can bo raised.
To Cure <.'oiiHti|iiiiioai Foraver
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. Hie.
or20c. If C. C. C. fail to euro druggists
lion'i t'oi'Kct Hie ? lui? Koli?.
Those who expect to vote in tho pri
mary election should not forgot to have
their naines on their respective precinct
club rolls at least live days before Au
gust 20tll. Those, who fail of enrollment
within tho time proscribed will not bo
allowed to vote.
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l?rof. 3. SI. Mow?.
Southern Christian Advocate, August
Ith: Weare glad to note that our Bro
ther, Prof. .i. M. Moss, is continuing to
do faithful work in tho important. Held
of education. lie has a nourishing
school at bethel, near Oakway, in Oconeo
county, and wo congratulate tho friends
in that community in securing the ser
vices of ono so competent and worthy as
'I'lic I'l'lmiiry Ktactlou.
Tho primary election will lake place
on Tuesday, August :i()th, instant. Tho
liol I.-, will open at HA. M. ami close nt I
P. M. Tho qualifications for voting in
this election arc that tho voler must lion
whito Democrat, a resident of tho Stato
for ono year and of tho County sixty days
before tho primary, and bis name must
bo on tho club roll w hore ho intends to
vote, on or before Wodnosday, August
Thunder H tor ni- Nit :
Four young men of Walhalla returned
from a mountain trip last Friday. Three
of them report having boon caught ina
thunder storm on Whito Side, tho othor
having remained at tho foot of tho moun
tain with the team. One of tho three
unfortunates, it is said, was shocked HO
by vivid lightning that his mouth was
knocked open, and lu' was nimbin toclo.se
it again for ton minutes; another had his
loft arin paralyzed for a short while, and
the third was knocked from lils foot and
rolled a considerable distance down tho
sido of tho mountain. Thunder storm,
was it? That's not what we used to call
it. If you've kept tabs on us just scratch
off that "xxx Jag" and give us credit for
a "thundor storm."
Xttniln) School t??nV* Mlou.
The Goonoo County Intordenouaiua-1
i i m ni Sunday ?so?iooi Convention win
convouo ?n iho Walkalla ProBby terian
oburoh next Moiulav oven?n>... It 1B hopod
that ?very Sunday Bohool in tho county
will bo ronrosontod. Mr. Frank F. Whll
don, Hold soc votary of tho Association,
I will be uroBont and oonduot tbo oxor- j
eise:', on Tuosday and Wednesday. Tho
publio, and' especially all Sunday Behool'1
workara, aro cordially invited.
H H,nie i. Death of Ker. U. II. Carter.
Itov. G. II. Cnrtor, pastor of tb'o First
Baptist elna ch of Jaokson, Ga., diod last
nit. at ll o'oiook. nt tho homo of his
nopbow, Fdward Watson, (iroonc
IC death Of juli'. < '.ii UT wu-, ouddun ?'.nd
uuoxpoctod. Ho arrived in tho oity yes
terday morning from Georgia, accom
panied by Ids wifo, on a visit to tho fam
ily ot Mr. 'Watson. l?o wns takon ill on
tho train, but his indisposition was not
alarming. Ho was still sick whon he
arrivod in Greonvillo, and Dr. Davis Fur
mnn was summoned. Last night ho sud
denly grow worao aud diod at ll o'oiook
of boort failure.-Groouvillo Nows, Aug
Tills announcement will bo rOCOiVOd
dth sorrow by many ?rionds of tho
deceased in Walhalla and Ooonoo. Mr.
Cartor waa formorly pastor of tho Wal
halla Hap tint church for four yoars.
Don ni", ..lonni <!IIIII)>II?MUI ' "?
Grtcuwood Journal, August Otb: "Last
.Satindny tho candidates for Congress,
Messrs. Lntimor, Johnstone and Hoggs,
opened tho boll nt thia place. Thors waa
a pretty largo numbor present oonsidor
iug tlio fact that but short notico had
boon givou and tho mooting was hold in
tho court liouso. It was agreed, to bogia
with, that oaoh spoakor not limit cd to
thirty minutos und also givon llvo min
utes to reply to any unpalatable remarks
from Iiis antagonist. This was a W?BO
movo and it is boped will bo adhered to
throughout thu campaign. Knob of tho
candidates made a good specoh and so
far as appearances wont each Boomed sat^
isiied with tho impressions mado. It
gavo us special pleasure to noto that tho
audience was not only attontive, but well
bobaved. Wo neither beard nor saw any
evidence of that bitter partisanship and
narrow sectionalism which in other
counties bavo disgraced many of tho po
litical meetings. All three of tho candi
dates appear lo bo on very nearly tho
Bnmo platform and wo aro glad to feel"
that our peoplo will mako no serious
blunder by tho election of cithor."
Educate lour Bowels with Cnscnrots.
Candy Cathartic cures constipation for
ovor. 10c, '25c If C. C. 0. fail drug
gists rotund monoy.
'I'lie Olen > ci iliim AnMOclnf loll.
Tho Uoavordam Kaptist Association of
Oconeo county was convonod in tho
Baverdam Baptist church at Fair Flay,
S. C., on tho Otb instant at ll o'clock a.
m. Tho introductory sermon was |
proaohod by Hov. H. M. Allon, of Ander
son county, after wbioh'tlio body was
organized by tho election of Kov. W. W.
Leathers as Moderator, Kov. M. C. liar
ton as Clerk and .J. W. Striblingas Troas
uror. Alargo numbor of delegates wore |
present, ropresonting tho diu'oront
ohurchOB of tho Association, as woll as]
tho following ministers, to-wit: T. M.
Kailey, Corresponding Sccrotary of tho
State Mission Board, J. L. Vase, of tbo
Orphanage at Greenwood, G.W. Gardner,
of tho South Carolina baptist at Green
wood, H. M. Allon, J. M. Sandors, J. II.
Stono, J.-M. McGuire, A. P, Marett and
others. W. W. Keys was in attondauco,
representing tho Baptist Connor. On
Tuesday afternoon tho Association bad
up for consideration tho subject of rais
ing collections for indigont and woruout I
preachers, and thc religious condition of |
tiio cburcbos and religious literature.
Both these subjects were fully discu-sed.
Tho two denominational papors presented
their claims to tho Baptists and tho South
Carolina Baptist, as it should, received
n largo share of patronage in quito a
goodly number of now subscribers. On
Wednesday morning it was raining tor
rents and in consequence a very small
number was in attendance Tho Asso
ciation will adjourn to-day.
A foot-hold for consumption is what j
you aro olVoring, if your blood Is impuro.
Consumption is simply lung scrofula. A
scrofulous condition, with a slight |
cough or cold, is ail that it needs to dc
volop it. Kut just as il depends upon
tho ltlood for its origin, so it doponds
upon tho blood for its cure. Tho surest |
remedy for scrofula in every form, tho
most offootivo blood-cleanser, llosh
buildor, and strength-restorer that's
known to medical science, is Doctor
Pierce's (?olden Medical Discovery. For
consumption in all its earlier stages and
for weak lungs, asthma, sovoro coughs
and all bronchial, throat and lung affec
Seneca it I vcr Associat ion.
Tho Seneca Ki vor Baptist Association
will hold its annual session at Pleasant
Hill Baptist chu roll, near Westminster,
on ' riday and Saturday before tho fourth
Sunday in August, including tho fourth
Sunday, l?ov. S. II. Oglesby will preach
tho missionary Hermon on Sunday at ll
o'clock A. M. Ky order of tho oxecutivo
board thcro will not bo allowed any sell
ing on tho Association grounds nor near
by. R. WILLIAMS, Chairman.
s. ll. OtiLKSuY, Sccrotary.
Wlinl Tommy Said.
Uncle John: Well, what do you mean
to bo when you get to be a man?'
Little Tommy (promptly): A doctor,
Uncle .John (quizzically); Indeed; and
which do you intend to bo, an allopath
or a homojopath?
Kittie Tommy: I don't know what |
thom awful big w ords mean, Uncle John;
but that don't make no difforonco, 'canso
I ain't coin* to bo cither of 'cm. I'm
just gobi' to be a family doctor an' give
aU my patients Hood's Sarsaparilla,
'cause my pa says that if ho is a doctor,
he's 'bliged to own up that Hood's Sar
saparilla is Ibo best family medicino hol
over saw in his life.
To .my Frio*\'?s :
Having accoptcd a position as book
keeper for Mr. (J. W. (Jignilliat, 1 bavo
decided to withdraw from tho nico for
County Treasurer. Words aro inado
quato to express my appreciation and
gratitude for tho interest manifested in
my behalf and the encouragement re
ceived throughout tho county.
1 am, yours very sincerely,
J ANKH F. M OC A lt KY.
timi w rr*., t
fti? H ^ making S w o o t
jmwSS/i ''?ekles, and 1 hove All
^W^/j spice, Pulverized and
^rlJiMKii 'taco Oingor, M ace,
?J^r 1 White Mustard Soed,
hr || I i Pulverised and Stick
m j \ Cinnamon. Wholo and
flt I I PUIVOAIKOU Cloves and
(V ) (?round Mustard, HO
is-K anyone wanting tilOBO
ifefWB-will (Iud a fresh supply
Wff uf t,,om at
Hfiflk Condonsod Milk,
"MSBR^k. ' Quakor Oats, Corned
and Chipped Roof, Sal
mon Steak, Kakor's Chooolato, Kakoi's
Cocoa, Macearon!, Clioeso, Corn Starch,
Tapioca and Olive Oil all new and fresh
. . Fresh Raisins . .
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OK
HiCfrWl^ Iff A TW*??
MM%M> V Mw M^r^ATfMuv^m
IXL STARCH IS THE
Remember II. V. McCord's Host Patent
C. G. JAYNES.
WNUUOTKD UV M K. 8.
UBATU OK MU. IMOUAltD 8. t'OBUHBli.
SKNKOA. S. 0.? August 10.-A tologrnm
rcooiv*d from Culhoua ??omlwy I?O.'U
lng, nonounohig tho death of Mr. Rioh
prd S. Porcher, was a sad surprise to tho
pooplo of this placo. Tho sam? morn
lng he had loft tho homo of his daughter,
Mrs. J. P. Gignillint, hero, taking tho
Dluollidgo for Clemson, tho homo of
another daughter, Mrs. James Lowis.
ilia death occurred almost immediately
on arriving thoro. .
Tnorihtermont ocourrod at Seneca, tho
MnsoiiB fa largo number of .whom, from
different piscos, were proBont) having
charge of tho sorvioos. Rev. O. T.
Porohor, thc. Episcopal Rector from Pen
d let on, also took part in tho sorviooa.
Mr. Porchor'B children, from di lieront,
places, woro boro.
Tho largo number of persons prosent
ot tho funeral evinced tho foot of his
Mrs. Kilby, of Louisville, Ky., romom
borou hero as Mi?? Susie Sloan, in tho
gUOSt of Mrs. Ruskin Anderson for a day
Mr. Jamos D. Brown, Jr., spout Tues
day at ho -io.
Miss Lillian Caldwoll is visiting hoi
sister, Mrs. 1). K. Norris, at Hickory
Mr. John Anglin, of Atlanta, has boon
at tho homo of Prof. und Mrs. C. \V.
At a mooting of mombors of tho Liter
ary Cirolo, formorly in existence boro,
it was dooided to disuoBO of tho piano
bolonging to tho oirclo. A numbor ol
bids woro received by tho' committoo.
Dr. E. C. Doylo is tho purohosor.
IN ItONOB Or MISS NAN OS?'.OHNI?.
"Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stribllug, at homo,
from live, until seven, Monday afternoon;
August tho eighth." In responso to thc
lifty invitations issued, society's woo tot*
assembled in honor of Miss Nan Osborne,
a protty littlo lady botwoon llvo and six
years of ago. Hor homo is in Anderson,
Tho enjoy mont was such as only joy
ous children can oxporionco. Tho lawr
was thronged ami games woro engaged
in. Ono of tho young guests, after men
tioning tho gaines played, Sally Walker,
otc, added "cud tlirowin' grass at oaol
othor," which remark Boomed suporllu
Tho ico cream and othor refreshment!
woro an important feature with tho cbil
Thoso prosont wore: Miss Nan Os
horno; Miss Emily Doylo, of Cranbury
Texas; Misses Sue Ellen Hunter, Luoik
Hamilton, Murguorito Adams. Holoi
Cary, Norma Gignilliat, Lois (Jignilliat
Kllita Cary, Julia Hnrpor, Janot Holland
Ludi? Jordan, Venter Stribling, Reboces
Todd, Fay ISskow. and Rutlodgo Osborno
of Anderson; Low i H Clayton, Charlu
Byrd, I.owory Hamilton, Tom Cherry
Cherry Davis, Warron Davis, G. W. Gig
nilliat, Jr., Walos Lowery, Tom Marshal
Lowery, Francois Adams, Whittier Cary
Julius Shanklln, Harry Brynn, Gordoi
Todd, Itoko Swann, Joo MoCaroy.
Mrs. M. W. (Joloman and Miss Mari
Ohorry aro at homo aftor ti p' isnnt visi
to Monteagle. On thoir way they spon
foi.v days w Atlanta. Thoy wore SO foi
t?nate as to BOO many distinguished per
sons, authors and ot hers, nt Montenglc
and mot a young sister of tho nation'
popular boro, Liout. Richmond Poarsoi
Hobson. Thoy woro prosont on tho in
foresting occ .sion of tho intor-stnto ora
DU. l'KI.I, IN' TOWN,
Rov. Robert P. Poll, D. D., Prosiden
of tho Prcsbytorinn Collogo for Women
at Columbia, was in town Monday.
Rov. J. L. Vass, Suporintondont of th
Baptist Orphanage at ' Greenwood, air
Rov. (J. W. Gardnor, a prominent nowt
paper man of Groen,vood, spout Monda
night with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stribling
They woro on thoir way to Fair Flay t
attend tho Association.
OTU Kit NEWS.
Mrs. Alice Doylo, of Cranbury, Toxai
has been visiting Mrs. H. F. Aloxandoi
Mr. J. H. bryan, tho day tolograp
oporator boro, is tailing a rout mu? ho
gono to Chick Springs.
Mr. R. L. Howell is doing the work c
day telegraph operat or, while Mr. Fro<
MoCarloy acts as night oporator.
Tho friends of Miss Dora Dumas, (
Summerville, aro glad to soo bor in towt
Sho is visiting hor sister, Mrs. Ruski
Anderson, and is accompanied by lt?
nopbow, Master Lucien Dumas,
Tho oxcollcnt sonnons preached at tli
Presbyterian church last Sunday mon
?og and ovening, by Rov. Joseph '.
Dourly elicited much favorablo commet
from his hearers.
?Six. T. M. Lowery has returnod fro:
Atlanta, whoro ho re?oive.! medical trea
Mit's Pearl Ballengor and Mr. Charl?
Rallongor, of Richland, woro with M
and MrB. IL F, Alexander Sunday ovo
ing, and attended sorvico at the fresh
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Thomps?
have returned to their homo at Mahl
Miss Susie Thompson accompanh
Mrs. James H. Thompson to Mabloto
whore sho will spend a whilo. Sho w
also visit Atlanta.
Mr. Frank Aloxnndor, of Piedmont,
spending Boveral days in Seneca.
Misses Corrio Pbinnoy and Emu
Wickliffe, of West Union, woro in tov
Prof. W. K. Tliompson and fami
havo roturnod to Dublin, Ga.
Miss Mary Hughs, of Richland, is vi
?ting Miss .Nannie Isbell.
Mr. Goorgo (?rant, formerly of Loo
hart, has moved to Seneca, and is in tl
store of Mr. G. W. Gignilliat.
Tito Dumas houso is hoing repaired.
HOW TO LOOK GOOD.
Good looks aro really moro than sk
doop, depending entirely on a heall!
condition of all tho vital' vans. If t
liver is inactivo, you hav< a bilious loo
if your stomach is disordered, yon ha
a dyspeptic look; if your kidnoys fl
affected, you havo a pinched look, }?
cure good health and you will sun
havo good looks. Electric Hitters is
good alterative and tonic. Acts direct
on tho Btomnch, livor and kidnoys, pu
lies tito blood, cures pimples, blotoli
and boils, and gives a good coinploxk
livery bottlo guaranteed. Sold at J. 1
Roll's, Walhalla, W. J. Lunney's, Sone<
and IL li. Zimmerman's, Westminst
drug stoves. 60 couts por bottlo.
-,- ?^?^ -
Important Notice to Candidates.'
Articlo VI of tho Constitution of t
Democratic Party rr.piires that nu vi
shall bo counted frr nay candidate w
does not filo with tho Chairman of t
County Exeoutivo Committee a pledge
writing that ho will abide tho result
tho primary oloetions and support I
nominees thorcuf, and thal [he is not, t
will ho booomo, tho candidate of a
faction, either privatoly or publicly si
gestod, other than the tegular Den
eratic nomination, lt is alsofurthor p
vided that such plcduo nnd also tho
Hcsstnont of each candidato for campai
oxponses shall bellied, in ono caso a
paid in tho othor to tho County Chaim
on or hoforo tho day of tho first ca
palgn mooting, willoh tinto in this com
will he at Oakway, Tuesday, Aug
loth, 1S08. 0. It. D. BURNS,
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AN ENTERPRISING DRUGGIST
Thore nro few mon .nore wido nw;
and enterprising than J. W. Roll, of V.
balla, W. J. Lunney, of Seneca, and
B. Zimmerman, of Westminster, v
sparc no pains to Hoctiro tho best
overything in thoir lino for thoir nu
customers. Thoy now havo tho vnlun
agency for Dr. King's Now Discovery
consumption, coughs and colds. Tin
tho wonderful rotnedy that is produo
snob n furor nil over tho country hy
many startling euros. It absolutory eu
asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness ami
affections of tho throat, obost and hu
Call at above drug st?ren and get a t
bottlo free or a regular size for f>0 ec
and $1. Guarantocd to euro, or juice
In connection with tho probablo se
lion of Sccrotary Day ns ono of
nenco commissioners, it is stated t
bo will at an early dato retiro from
oflleo of Soorotary of Stato, and a
concluding bin Inborn as a niombor of
commission, ho will resumo tho prac
' of ?aw iii Canton, ohio,
Her Health Restored
THE mi',m y of e?ooplnsuoss cnn only be
realized by those who bavo ox pori -
oncod lt. Nervousness, sleeplessness,
boadachos, neuralgia and that mlsnrablo
fooling of unrost, cnn surely bo cured by Dr.
Miles' Ur nm ,it Ivo Nervino. (Jo c?rtalo ls
Ur. Mlles of this fact that all druggists aro
authorised to rotund prlco paid for tho first
bottjo ti led, providing lt doOS not benefit.
Mrs. Henry Ib ens, wife o? tho well known
blacksmith at Grand Junction, Iowa, says:
''I was troubled with slooplosmiQSH, nervous
ness, hoadacho and Irregular menstruation;
sulToring untold ml&.uy for yearn. I used
various ad vortisod roinodles for fomalo com
plaints besides being uiulor tho caro of local
physicians, wiUiout h dp. I noticed In Dr.
Milos' advertisement tho testimonial of a
lady curod of ailments similar to mino, and
1 shall never censo to thank that lady. Uer
testimonial inducod mo to uso Dr. Milos'
Nervino and Norvo and Livor Pills, which
restored mo to health. I cannot say enough
for Dr.M?'Js'Homodice" ?"?^jiyjeiL^
,Dr Miles' Remedies
nro sold by all drug
gists undor a positivo
guarun'ee, llrst bottle
benefits or money re
funded Hook on dis
eases of tho heart and
norv?w Tree Address,
DU MILKS MEDIO AL (JU.. Elkhart, Iud.
OUR WESTMINSTER BUDGET.
RONDUOTISD BY A. L. QOSSKTT.
WKSTMINSTKK, August 10.-Miss Mat
tio Sullivan, of Fort Madison, is visiting
tho family of Mr. Thos. II. Jones.
Mr. Wm. S. 1'edon, of Owings, Laurons
county, is visiting tho families of Mossrs.
Wm. P. Anderson and W. C. Mason. Mr.
Peden made tho trip on his bicyclo.
Kev. li. H. Dagnall mado a business
trip to Andorson tho lattor part of last
Mr. lb L. Davenport, of IHawassoo,
Ga., is with J. & J. S. Carter. Luthor is
an oxporioncod salesman.
Mr. J. W. Bourdon, of Oakway, sus
tained painful bruises and got ono of his
ankles sprained yesterday by his mulo
running away whilo he was hitching him
to a buggy to drive to tho Association.
Tho animal ran the buggy ovor him. Tho
vohicbj struck a building and ono wheel
Tho capital stock of tho Southern
Shuttle and Dobbin Factory has boon
doubled. Mr. Wm. P. Andorson has
just connected himself with tho ontor
priso and has been mado president and
troasuror by tin directors.
On Thursday, August 18th? at ll A.
M., Rov. J. T. Dendy will begin a sorios
of sorvicos in tho Retreat church.
Ho will be assisted by Hov. H. L. Rogers,
of Walhalla. On Munday ho and Mr.
Hogers oxpect to oxchango pulpits. Mr.
Dendy will preach at Richland whilo Mr.
Rogers conducts tho communion sorvicos
Vory pretty wedding cards have boon
issued, announcing tho marriage of Miss
Annio May Jones to Mr. William Ernest
Choswoll, on Wednesday, August 17,
1808, at 0 P. M. The marriago will bo
solemnized in tho Westminster Haptist
church and will bo a brilliant adair.
Rev. 1'. J. Vormillion, who supplies
tho Haptist church at Liborty, S. C., is
ovor there this week engaged in a pro
tracted mooting. Ho is assisted by Hov.
D. W. 11 ?ott.
Hov. Albert K. Fitts, State evangelist
of tho Christian church, is preaching in
the school house twice a day, at ll A. M.
and at night, this wook. Mr. Pitts
preached several sonnons hore in Car
tor's Hall last Fobruary. lt is his aim to
organize a church while hero.
Mr. O. II. Hurchilold, who was recently
appointed sub-railway postal dork, loft
this week for Charleston, whore ho
oxpects to begin work. His successor at
tho depot is Mr. E. A. Campboll, of
Mount Airy, Ga. Mr. Campbell worked
as night operator boro some years ago
and is remembered by many of our peo
A protracted mooting closed at Toxa
way last week. Rov. J. H. Stone, tho
pastor, was assistod by Rev. J. M. San
ders. On last Sunday ten candidatos for
church membership receivod tho ordi
nance of baptism in Changa at tho Horso
Tho forty horse power on gi 110 for the
now cotton ginnory was shipped hore
some days ago. A house to put seed
cotton in ami a cotton seed house have
boon built and work on tho main build
ing of the ginnory is now progressing
rapidly. All modern conveniences will
bo used in unloading, ginning and pack
ing cotton, which will guarantee ? largo
Tho rovival meeting, conducted in tho
Haptist church by Revs. 1). W. Hiott, .'.
F. Siliglotou and H. D. Hawkins, cl oso I
last Sunday, 7th instant. There wore
two additions by oxporionco. Tho mom
hors wore groatly rovivod and bonoiltod
by tho sorvicos and much good was no
doubt accomplished. Tho sorvicos woro
earnest, persuasive and forciblo, some of
thom being illustrated on a blackboard
and chart. Tho pastor administered the
ordinance of batisin to live-throe having
previously united with tho church-on
Sunday night, which concluded the pro
Thoro aro sovoral visitors in town at
tho boarding housos.
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llucklon's Arnica Salve.
The host salvo in tho world for cuts,
bruises, sorso, ulcers, salt rheum, fover
sores, tottor, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money rofundod. Prico 25 couts nor
box. For salo by 1). H. Darby, Walhalla;
W. J. Lunney, Sonooa, and H. H. Zim
merman, Wostiu i ulster.
"DonH Say You Can't."
Saturday, Septombor 3d, has been ap
pointed as tho day for tho annual ro
union of all of the schools. Every pa
rent is requested to bring his or nor
children. Without special oxertion and
solf-donial tho children oannot be edu
It is unfortunate that so many teachors
woro absout from the Instituto. All
should bo prosont on this occasion.
Two children from each school should
bo prepared by tho teachors to mako
speeches or road essays. A hotter plan,
whon practicable, would bo for oacli
school to bavo ono dialogue and no
speech or essay; Hy this plan moro
ohihlron could tako part in tho exorcises
without consuming much moro timo.
Tho pooplo aro roquostcd to bring thoir
baskets well filled and all eat together in
pie nie stylo. Tho hour will bo appointed
Tho committee of arrangements aro
requested to meet at Miss Stock's sohool
room on Saturday aftornoon next at 6
Tho committee on decoration will bo
nunouncod later. V. F. MAUTIN,
County Superintendent of Education.
better than cure. Tutt's Liver
Pills will not only cure, but if
taken in time will prevent
dyspepsia, biliousness, malaria,
constipation, jaundice, torpid
liver, and kindred diseases.
TUTT'S Liver PILLS
J ABSOLUTELY SURE.
T . ' . '. K ' ' '??if. \ A ? ' ? ..?'..y "'??'( -, > C V .?. . .'.
Tovthe People of Oconee :
"WlO horoby anuounco ourfiolvos as oandidatos for your trado and Iniluonco, aub
joot.to your decision aftor you oxanduo tho Goods and hom- our Pr iocs.
Almost all'SUM MER GOODS aro now bolug offorod at roduood prices. \
Don't you wane a G"'ud Stouo and Fixture?, Barn Door Hanger, Poat Helo
Diggor, Gross-Gut Saw or Filo, Engino or Lovol Glasa, and many othor. thiuga in
Work ia ovor ind your friends may oall.
Ii your Crockory or Tinware nooda adding to, glvo us" a call.' WQ.approoiato
your trado. " : .
PRICES ALWAYS REASONABLE WHEN YOU, BUY FROM
Lowery, Byrd 'Kc Co.,
SENECA, ?. . :
Q ^ ^
In rambling through our stock wo Hud too many goods in somo linoB .
rand we do not proposo to carry thoBo ovor.
Wo mako ono price on all our Straw Hals, none reserved. Worth from
50 cents to $1.15. Your choice only 50 couts.
Wo havo a lot of Mon's Whito Duck Pants and Crash Pants wo will soil
for $1, Two Mon's Crash suit? to go for $2 each.
A lot of mon's fino Colored Shirts to oloso at 50 and 75 couts.
All styles of summer Nookwoar for 25 coats.
A few ladies' fino whito and colored silk Parasols, worth from $2 to $3.50, to
close for $1.50.
All of our Linen. Chambray and Percale Skirts, in light coins, your choice for
Don't forgot to seo our romnant counter of Mualins, Calicos and Lawns all for
four couta por yard.
M? W. COURIHAF ?fe ??.?
SUSlflSOAf ?. Cf.
OREENVII^E, S? O.
Thorough courses loading to tho degrees of B. Lit., B. SM B. A., and M. A.
Tho Faculty has boon enlarged. Espocial attontion to English, Elocution and
Pedagogics. Now coursos in Biology, History, Latin, Modern Languages and
Physics. A now Graduate Department. Early application for rooms in tho Moss
I lolls should bo made to Prof. B. E. GEEK, Sccrotary of tho Faculty, (husar's
Head, S. C. Address
A. 1?. MONTAGUE, Greenville, S. <J.
^GREENVILLE FEMALE COLLEGE..
LOCATION.-Healthful. No death or serions illness sinco it was founded in 1851.
Accossiblo-On Southorn, C. ?fe G., and C. it. W. C. R. R.'s. Cultured-Tho
conter of Baptist Schools in South Carolina, the former homo of tho Southorn
Baptist Theological Seminary.
EQUIPMENTS.-Large buildings, separated from all othor buildings, heated by
grates and furnaces, lighted liv gas and supplied with hot and cold water,
closots and bath rooms on each (loor. Can nave 75 boarders. Libraries, labo
ratory, calisthenics hall, maps, globes, music rooms, now bed-room furniture,
ito. Conservatories of music and art. Alargo and aldo Faculty-four nude
and ton female teachers.
SERVICE.'-Work thorough, in thirteen schools. Kare-Abundant, varied, woll
proparod, in ohargo of President and his wife, who do not own or loase the
school, but manago lt on a salary. Government-Parental, firm, kind, home
ATTENDANCE.-Doubled in four years. From best families.
RATHS.-Low. For tho accommodations, tho charges aro vory niodorato in all
departments. Easy-Payments may bo mado quarterly in advance. Reduc
tion-Whore two como from ono family, to tho daughters of all ministers.
OPENS September 21, 1808. For catalogue, address,
20- M. M. KILKY, D. !>., President, Greenville, S. C.
Wolli College and fi or? Fitting School
JAS. H. CARLISLE, M.. ])., Prosidont.
Woltern College Illustrated,
A WORK OF ART,
FOB WARDED TO ANY ONE.
GIVES FULL INFORMATION IN REGARD TO
THE COI.LEGE AND FITTING SCHOOL.
FORTY-FIFTH YEAR BEGINS SEPTEMBER 20, 180S.
For Cataloguo or Wolf ord Collogo Illustrated, address
7-11-08-28- J. A. GAMEWELL, Sccrotary, Spartanburg, S. C.
U/P M A LET THOSE FOLLOW
L.UaU. WHO CAN
Our aim is to make Goods and pricos right KVlSlfcY TIM IO.
AQATT A 1) I? Tlljl AT Is what wo give to every custo
. kJV^ \J J\.JAiJll iJlhJALj mer. Wo proposo to furnish
you moro value for your monoy than you can get olsowhoro, or cannot ask your
For tho noxt few days we will offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS to the eco
nomical buyer. Wo havo most ovorything you nood and will appreciate it if you
will give us a chanco to make you pri?es before buying.
CARTER & COMPANY,
(SUCCESSORS TO CARTER MERCHANDISE CO.,)
WALHALLA, S. C.
Ji &. Ji Si
Carter Merchandise Co., Westminster, S. C.,
WILL, FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS ONLY, SELL GOODS FOR CASH,
REGARDLESS OF WHAT THEY COST.
They aro determined to reduce their
stock, and tho way to do lt is to slash
prices below any competitor. .Just look
at a fow of tho many bargains thoy have
to off or:
Silk Finish Mull, worth 20c., will go for
10c; Figured Lawn, worth 20e., will go
for 10. ; Figured Lawn, worth 10c., will
go for 5c, ; All-wool Albotross, worth z?o.,
will go for I Oe. ; Straw Hats, worth $1.50,
will go for 05c. ; Straw Hats, worth $1.00,
will go for 75o. ; Straw Hats, worth 50c. ;
will go for 2?O. ; Clothing below any for
mer mico; Suit? worth $15, for $10; Suit?
worth $8.50. for $5: Suit? worth $5, for
$8; othor Clothing in proportion.
Soo thoir Notion Department-.Silk
Mitts, worth 50c, for 25c ; Silk Mitts,
worth 25c, for lOoj Good Collars, Ties,
Bolts and other goods in proportion.
Shoos and Slippers will go at a great
saorifloe-Slippers worth ooo., for 50o;
Slippers worth $1, for OOo: Slippers worth
$2.50, for $1.05; Ladles' Shoes worth $1.
for $2.25; Hamilton-Brown $2.50 Ladies'
Shoos for $1.05.
Thoy haven't space or time to tell of
au their bargains, but will odor great
bargains in all goods thoy carry, snob an
Furnituro, Ifardwaro, Orookory, Glass
ware, and even Groceries -tho knife will
slash through all.
You can got more Mont, Coffee, Flour,
Ham and Lard for your monoy than any
(/'orno and bring your monoy, and you
will not be disappointed.
?X# ' Roniombor tho Placo
.T . ? . CA **, T E ?*.
Dr. G. G. Probst,
X> E NTIST?
Walhalla, S. C.
Ol?lco Over Carter Merchandise
HOURS : 8.80 A. M. ro 1 v. M. AND 2 TO 0
.Marok 24, 1808. f
DR. H. F. AUSTIN,
i:> E JV T 1ST,
Sonoca, S. C.
-OKKICK DAVS -
MONDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
OF EACH WEEK.
Msy JO, 180S-ly.