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.1 nul because thu am?llese outlay al\
customers como Imck again and again.
PK IC KS-koon argumonta that inlluenoc
ilig in clo80 touoli with this stoi'O moana a
Tho loading qualities that wo offer j
tying result-in using reliable goods-a rt
you'll carefully in vos ti ga to, you'll find ou
-fully as low as common goods aro sob
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IT'S IN Tl
That you thoroughly apprcoiato a g
onorgy-gives you tho right start for tho <
hero, as best judges will testify. Wo hov
suits you, and tho economical buyers aro
aro tho host soiling brands: Austin Niche
pound, roasted; doggett's Maracoibo at :
Cary's Prldo at 15 couts per pound, roast i
pound ; a good Groen Co??eo at 10 couta p
?Conti nub IJcrs?nul
-Mr. Julian Domly is now a salesman
for Mr. C. C J ny nos.
-Mr. W. Ii. Vernor spout sovoial days
in Highlands this week.
-Dr. C. M. Walker, of Fort Madison,
was in town Tuesday on business.
-Mr. .las. Rollins, of Washington, 1).
C., is on a visit to homo-folks in Wal
halla this weok.
-Messrs. \V. S. Hunter and .1. W.
Byrd, of Seneca, were in Walhall on
- Bead W. 1). Lesly & Co.'s new nd.
You will (Ind BOtnothing in it to interest
you. (?ive them a call.
- Kev. J. I?. Daniel will preach at
Ebenezer Presbyterian church on tho
third Sunday in .Tune at :! o'clock p. m.
-Mrs. M. E. .* liaison, of Atlanta, is
visiting her daughter. Mrs. G. T. (?rovo.
She will spend about a week in Walhalla.
-J. P. Cary, Esq., of Picketts, S. C.,
is in Walhalla this weok on legal busi
ness. His many friends are pleased to
meet him again.
-Ono of Luunoy's 8-hour Livor Pills
will do you moro good than a box of tho
ordinary kind. 25 doses, 'J"> couts.
W. J. Lunney, Seneca.
- Miss .lessie Peckham left Saturday
morning for Abbeville, where she will
spend sumo time visiting among her
-Miss KottaSitton, of Pendleton, after
spending a few days visiting her cousin,
Miss Sue Dendy, returned to her home
- Mrs. M. J. Harrison left Tuesday
morning for Atlanta, Ga., where she will
spend some weeks visiting her daughter,
Mrs. S. M. VanWyck.
-The members of Plat Kock Baptist
church and Sunday-school (colored) will
give a big pica io July I at Walhalla. The
public are cordially united.
- For dysentery and diarrluoa take
Luunoy's blackberry Balsam. Guaran
teed to cure, 'J? cents.
W. J. Lunney, Seneca.
-C<d. W. E. Wolborn, of l'rat . '>
Bridge, was in Walhalla Monday a.
Tuesday. Wo arc always glad to see
the Colonel and liston to his cheerful
-Health for ten cents. Casearots
make the bowels and kidneys act natur
ally, destroy microbes, euro headache,
biliousness nm) constipation. All drug
- Mr. (Mare Keys, of Wasley, is muong
bis many Walhalla friends again. Wo
aro always glad to have our old Walhalla
boys with us, and I hoy aro always heart ily
- Mr. L. 1'. Smith will run an o.veur
sion from Anderson to Atlanta on Juno
15th. Parties desiring to go can obtain
all necessary information from Jas.
-TAU KN Hi*, a small black sow pig,
about a month old. Tho owner will
como forward, prove property, pay
charges and tako it away, at W. O.
- Mr. A. li. Dendy left Tuesday after
noon for Charlotte, N. C., whore he will
resume his duties in the employ of the
.Southern Pants Company. We wish him
cont inned success.
We are indebted to Prof. G. Shank
lin for an invitation to attend thc third
annual commencement of Clemson Ag
ricultural and Mechanical College on
Wednesday, J uno 14th.
- Mr. Harry OstondorlV, of Charleston,
is* visiting tho family of Mr. J. J. Ansel.
He will bo among his relativos mid
friends about two wooka. His many
friends are glad to soe him.
- book out for a "warm number" by
tho Walhalla Comedy ('< inpany during
tho latter part of this month. Manager
.las. Thompson is arranging to present
the host play of tho season.
I have four Columbia and Hartford
H i cycles that I will sell cheap for cash.
The best, wheel ?Hide,
\V. J. Lunney, Seneca.
The two-year-old son of Mr. Wm.
Pearson, who lives nt Tnmassoo, was
kicked hy a horse yesterday and had
bis sboukier-blade broken, Dr. J. .1.
Thodo was called and rendered surgical
.Mr. George Heese, of Hartwell, Ga.,
is now associated with ''The Cash Bar
gain Store." Ho is n young man of
pleasing address, and will bo glad to
oller his services to the (railing public,
at all times.
- Messrs, T. E. Alexander and C. ff.
Mayhew loft Tuesday morning for an
extended I rip (brough parts of Goorgia,
Mortis Carolina :..:::! Tennessee. The"
wont in private conveyance and will be
absent about a week.
- Our jolly friend, Huele Hilly Thrift,
of bong Crock, dropped in to seo ns a
few minutes hist Monday. He is always
loaded with good-natured sarcasm, and
he w ill always lind t hc latch st l ing hang
ing on Ibo outside of tho office door.
-Mi? J JU Lillian and Annie Veiner re
turned lo Walhalla Tuesday evening.
M i.m Annie has just coin ploted another
very successful session ut Converso Col
lego. Tho many friends of these two
popular young ladies aro delighted at
Miss Kita Turner, who has spent
several months in Walhalla, presiding
over tho millinery departmental Mrs. IC.
M. <'ndwort h's, returned lo her homo in
AI laina, (la., las Monday. Miss Tinner
has made many friends hero, who regret
Miss Kim ico I baw ley, who hus been
engaged fol some months ns ail, teacher
iii Miss McCullough's school, toft Tues
day morning for her homo in (/bester.
She has many friends and admirers in
Walhalla who will always be glad towel
cento her among ns.
-Mr. ('. W. Kauknight was very pain
fully hurt Inst Thursday evening byan
accident. While treating his sick horse
a bottle of medicino, which he was hold
ing, exploded near bis face, niling his
nyes with tho liquid. He suffered great
pain for Rome (imo, hut has been ont for
several days. It is nt il I necessary for him
to wear darkened glasses.
se lt Pays- X X
vays moana tho host results is why our
QUALITY-RACKED HY HONEST
-that attract tho thrifty buyers. Koop
n ero. of oconotny to auy household.
rou. Thero'8 a speolnl economy-a satls
isult not scoured with inferior gooda. If
r prices-FOR RELIABLE GROCERIES
1, a featuro of your business that con
ood cup of Coffco. It givoa strength and
lay's labor. Good Coffoo ia a foaturo
o tho particular Coffoo, whoso flavor bo?t
pleased with tho woy wo sell thom. Theso
us Bluo Ribbon Brand at :10 couta por
20 couts por pound, roaatod; John R.
id, R. B., ina green, at 12J cents por
or pound; Arbuckle's at 121 oouts por
C. G. JA*HKS.
-RlnokborrioB aro getting ripo.
-Mr. W. J. Novillo, Jr., ia in tho
mountable thia wook recuperating.
-Ladies' nml children's slippers going
nt half prioo at tho Cash Bargain Store,
-Thore was an oolipao of tho sun this
morning. Not visible in tho United
-Miss Hattio bogalo ia home again,
aftor having conducted a successful
school in Union county during tho past
-Sheriff W. W. Moss loft Tuesday
morning for Mount Pleasant, S. C.,
whore ho will visit his daughtor, Mrs.
Dr. J. W. Bowen.
-Mr. R. S. Fisher, of Newport, Tenn.,
spent several days in Walhalla with. Mr.
Chas. W. Terry recen ?ly. Ho returned
-Miss Collio McCullough returned to
Walhalla this weok from Nowborry,
where Bbc has spout sonic months
engaged in teaching.
- Mr. P. M. Roberts, a foriuor rosidont
of this county, died at his homo in Pol
Kor hist week. Ho loaves a largo family.
Ile was a Christian gentleman.
-Tho Oconee County Allianco will
hold its annual picnic at Seneca on July
.1th: Spoakora: Senator B. R, Tillman,
Hon. A. C. r.atimer, J. C. Wilburn and
J. lt. Blake.
- Miss Clarkson, of Charlotto, N. C.,
after spending sovoral weoks very pleas
antly with bor friend, Miss Nottio Jones,
at Tamnssco, returned to ber home Wed
-Money saved by buying shoea at tho
('ash Bargain Store.
-Mr. and Mrs. D. H. McCollough, of
('.alveston, Texas, arrived this morning,
and aro visiting Kev. J. I). McCollough
and family. Their visit will bo pro
tracted several weeks.
-Mr. Chas. Gentry, of Spartanburg, is
.visiting the family of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Merrick. Mr. (.entry lias become vory
popular since bis first visit to Walhalla,
and be has hosts of "warm" friends who
stand always ready to givo him a hearty
I -Senator Scarborough, of Horry
county, becomes Lieutenant Govoruor
as tho successor of former Licutonnnt
G o vor no. Mcsweeney. This is by virtue
of bis office as President protein, of |
tho Senate. Mr. Scarborough isalawv jr
-Press and Banner, Juno 7th : "Misa
Jesse Peckham, a pretty, bright, viva
cious young lady, formerly of Abbovillo,
but now of Walhalla, is in the city as tho
guest of Mrs. H. II. Hill. Many friends
here rcmombor most pleasantly MIBS
Peckham and aro delighted to BOO her
-Tho meeting winch began in tho
Methodist church on Wednesday night
of last week is still in progress. Tho |
attendance so far has been very small.
Preaching both morning and ovening.
The meeting will close Friday night.
On tho last day tho door of tho church
will be opened at both services.
-John Frank, infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. J, F. Edwards, died of pneumonia,
May 31st, 181)0, at, tho home of its grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pickett,
aged live months and twenty-four days.
Its little body was buried ut Richland
Presbyterian church Juno 1st, tho fune
ral services being conducted by Rov. R.
I/. Rogers. The bereaved parents havo
our sympathies in tho loss of their littlo
- Rev. John (J. Law, of Ocala, Fla.,
left Walhalla S. C., Tuesday at noon to
tako at Seneca, S. C., tho North hound
vestibule train for Charlotte N. C., and
the information is that he is to be mar
ried in that city this (Thursday) eve
ning to Mrs. Dunn, of his borne city, and
that be is expected to return to bis sum
mer homo here with bis newly married
wife and bis family to-morrow (Friday)
evening to spond tho remainder of tho
-Mr. J. W. f.ylo, who lives near
Tiignlon Academy, was in Walhalla
Tuesday. Ile is ono of Oconeo's most
successful farmers. In speaking about
small grain crops he said ho had ten
acres in wheat, from which he expected
to harvest from fifteen to twenty bushels
por acre. He counted fifty-seven grains
in one bead, which had four grains to
tho mesh. This has been a very hard
season on small grain, and reports like
thc above will be few and far between.
-Tho following hi A lint of lottera re
maining uncalled for in Um Walhalla, S.
C., post office for tho month ending May
ill, IH90: Robert Lewis, John Maury,
Clayburn Rother, Thus. Heese, Mrs. ?. C.
Rice, Henry Langston, .1. Folbnan, T. M.
Johnson, Ksq., L, ,1, Becker, William
Haines, Filis Dodson (:!), Robert Mc
Donald, Sam Parker, Miss Tecorar King,
M. Davis, M 1*8. M. M. Smith. Callers
for above letters will please say they aro
advertised. J. M. MjCKMOK, P. M.
-On Wednesday morning, on Changa
creek, near Whetstone, Deputy Marshals
VV. H. F. Corbin and J, T. McKinney,
accompanied by Deputy Collector A. C,
Merrick and posse, raided a largo dis
tillery, destroying h?>twoon fifteen hun
dred and two thousand gallons of boor
and mash, untiing lipa coppor still, cap
and worm and arresting Robert Dunlap
and Stiles Cobb, who were working in
the distillery at tho timo. They were
lodged in jail to await preliminary exam
Kev. J. H, Wilson, Presiding Elder,
preached three ablo, inutructivo and
edifying sermons in tho Walhalla Metho
dist church during tho past week. On
Friday night, .lune (2d, tho quartet ly
conference of tho Seneca am| Walhalla
charge was held, after a forceful normen
on church membership. On Sunday
morning and livening nt Mic usual hours
bo preached lo large congregation*.
His discourses aro ol iruolori/od by
strong and cogent r0QS6h?.)g, his piiinbj
aro plain ami the truth preseutod to tho
mind of the hearer with great emphasis
and power. At the session of the quar
terly co?fmoiyoo on Friday evening
Messrs. C. W. Pitchford apd L. W. .For
don were elected delegates to tho Dis
trict Conference, and Prof. J. M. Moss
and Dr. W, V, AuflfJp alternates, Th?
conference moots l|i|s year nt Wlll|atn
-Kvorybody invited to como nod BOO
our stock of goods. Cheapest nineo In
tho South for olothiug is nt Ibo Cash
-Cadot S. J. Colllus, of Clonieou Col
logo, died Juuo 2d, of poritonitls. lie
waa an orphan boy aud a very worthy
young man. He was ill but a short
timo. He was from Campob?llo in Spar
Meat Question I
??ty* Wo aro now handling a
nico lino of Sausagos, Cured
Moats, Fish and Canned Meats,
also other tablo supplies.
A now lot of Class, Agato and
Tluwaro and othor household
supplloB arriving at
Tho members of tho Hay no Cirolo aro
requested to assomblu for a called moot
ing on Friday afternoon at half-past six
o'clock. E. II. MCCOI.T.OUOK, Pres
Steck and Sohrodor as Machinists.
On last Friday our Messrs. J. A. Stock
and F. A. II. Schrodor turned machinists
and suporintondod tho job of taking
down and removing tho largo Cranston
powor press from tho old to tho no
oflico. Tho preBB had to bo takon to
plocoa in ordor to bo movod, and much
complicated maohinoi/ handled. Int
iu ono day, with tho assistance of four
hired hands for lifting, tho task of tak
ing down, removing and putting up was
nooomplished. This is tho third time
tho prcas has hoon put up since its pur
oha80 in 1887. A specialist carno from
tho factory and set it up at first, and
when wo oxchangod ollioes in 1891 Mr.
John V. Strihling superintended tho
job. But nono did it any quicker or
better than did Messrs. Stock and Schro
dor. Tho linn rotures thanks and treats.
Hurrah for tho boys !
Reception al "Tho Maplos."
Tho recoption at "Tho Maplos," tho
rcsidonco of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Merrick,
given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
S. Merrick, last Thursday ovening, was
tho most elegant soeial event ot" tho sea
son. Tho wolcomo ox tended to each
truest on entering this hospitable homo
was of tho kind to make ono fool truly
'at homo." Tho houso was beautifully
decorated with flowers and evergreens.
Chinoso lanterns hung about tho spa
cious piazzas, shedding a soft light, in
pleasing contrast with brightly
lighted interior. Amid this scone of
boauty a hundred guosts enjoyed an
ovening of raro pleasure
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford S. Morrlok re
ceived ami welcomed each guest on en
tering tho East room. Tho gracofal
courtesy of tho young couplo made
ovoryono their special friend at onco.
From tl till VI o'clock tho guests woro
royally entertained by tho genial hosts.
Refreshments were served in tho largo
dining hal), and a moro elegant repast,
could not havo been spread. At 12
o'clock tho guests were invited to par
ticipate in tho enjoyments of tho dance,
and those who aro lovers of tho waltz
spout a pleasant hour dancing to tho
strains of music.
There han never been a more eniver
sally popular young couple in our midst
than Mr. and Mrs. Merrick. My hor
graceful manners, soeial tact and genu
ine whole-souled hospitality, Mrs. Mer
rick, though in our midst but a short
while, has made a host of friends, and
both sho and her husband will ever hold
a warm placo in the hearts of the people
Tho Crop Outlook in South Carolina.
J. W. llauer, Section Directer, semis
tho following from Columbia under dato
of Juno Ci h :
Tho week ending .'uno 5th averaged
from 1 to 7 degrees po? day warmer than
usual, with uniformly high ?lay and
about normal night temperatures.
Tho rainfall for tho week came in the
form of scattered showers, accompanied
by hail and high winds in places, which
caused but littlo injury to crops. Tho
deficiency in rainfall since March 1st
varies from 1 to 7 inches.
The goneral absence of heavy rain
was favorable for cultivating fl old crops,
which aro clean and well-worked; and
also for harvesting wheat and oats, tho
latter crop being nearly all cut, with
yields below the avorago over tho entire
State. Tho grain is reported light in
places. Whoat now pi omisos about a?
Corn was improved whero rain fell.
Its condition is, however, far fruin prom
ising, and tho crop i.s being seriously
damaged by worms. Karly corn is being
With few scattered exceptions, roports
on eotton aro that tho crop is doing
well, and, although small and growing
slowly, the Holds are clean. In a few
localities cotton is putting on "shapes."
Melons aro suffering for rain, but, on
tho whole, tho crop is in good condition
and is putting on fruit.
It bas been too dry to transplant many
sweet potato slips. Peas are being sown
on stubble lauds. Gardons and truck
patches aro failing. Pastures are
parched. All crops aro in excellent eon
ditioti for rain.
J. P. Stribling, tho local obnorvor for
Oconee county, writing from (Meilland,
Tho dry woatber continuos In this
county; week very warm; wheat is
maturing very fast; oats almost a fail
ure; gai'dens and truck patches aro mak
ing very little progross; cotton is small,
hut has a good healthy color; oom needs
rain; all crops Well worked and clean.
CWAMp^ls not recommended for
?J W /A1VII * every thing, but if you have
DAAT kidney, liver or bladder
i\VJW I trouble it will bo found
Just the remedy you need. At. druggists
in fifty cent and dollar sizes. Von may
have a sample bottle of this wonderful
new discovery by mail free, also pam
phlet telling all about it. Address, Dr.
Kilmer A'. Co., Binghamton, Now York.
English Syndicate Roady.
The Knox ville Journal nays? "(bip nf
tho directors for tho promised IJIa-ok
Diamond |failway received advice re
garding the road yeatorday which will be
of interest to pvory ono hitoionloij in
tho mammoth nclionm.
"The letter was to tho ofroot that the
English syndicate, which is proposing to
back tho road's promoters, stands really
to furnish all thc capital needed upon
the completion of the survey now hoing
made tu South Carolina, This work
in oharffo of Engineer Oronshaw. of this
city, who has tinco corps of ouginoors at
r (Oft CANDY CATII ARTIC .
ol. James E. Hagood.
Col. Jamos E. Hagood, o? Charleston,
. C.,was tn Walhalla Tncsday on legal
IUH?UOSS. His mauy frlonds woro ploasod
o meet Ido. Aud soo him looking so v/oll.
lis nanto has long huon a household
rcrd lu Picken? and Goonoo ooUutles.
Ie was Clerk of Court of Plok.eus Dis
riot prior .to th? division in 1808 for
ourtoen years. ?u 1800 be removed from
)ld PlckoiiB, on'KepWoo Hvor, toPlokens
Jourt House, where he continued to ro
ldo for novoral yoars. . Ho i'opreBontod
'lokona county in tho Legislature for
wo to itu H. In 1878 ho was appointed
;lerk of tho Circuit Court of tho United
Hatos and bas bold this honorable pon?
Ion oontinuouBly ovor sinoo. His long
ifo has O?on. ono of groat . usofulitOBs
md honor. May ho bo sparod yot many
roars of oflloiont public sorvioo and on
oy a green old ago. In both publio and
?rivate lifo ho has over boon tho samo
iniformly cou ii cons and clovor gontlo
nan. Ho has been a ooufltant roedor and
uibsoribor of Tnrc OotttttBR sinco tho
?lrst ?SBUO fifty years ago, and waa ono of
.ho founders and liboral patrons of tho
?apor. Wo folt highly honorod lu ro
loivlng a call Tuesday morning from our
To thoso troublod with piloB, olthor
tching or bleeding, wo particularly roo
?mmond Dr. Snwyor's Arnica and Witch
llazol Salvo. It will immediately relievo
?nd positively euro this dlsoase. For
lalo by Dr. J. W. Holl.
MEETING COTTON MILL STOCKHOLDERS.
ssuo ol $50,000 In Proferred Stock Author
ized-Board of Dlroctors Elected.
On Tuesday morning, Juno Otb, at
0 o'olook, in Hitchford's Hall, tho
munal mooting of tho stockholders of
ho Walhalla Cotton Mills wa? held, with
Hr. J. D. Vornor as Chairman and C. W.
'itchford as Scorotary.
Tho llrst matter that carno up for con
lidoration was tho question of issuing
?roforrod stock. After full discussion
md maturo deliberation it wan resolve?!
o IBSUO fifty thousand dollars in pre
ened stock with a r,i:arantcod annual
lividond of six percent payable somi
mnnally. Tho money arising from tho
laloof this stock will bo used in pur
?haso of now machinery and rotlring a
lebt on tho mill.
Tho following Hoard of Directors woro
dooted for tho ensuing year : J. p, Vor
ior, C. W. Pitchford, R. T. JaynoB, S. P.
)ondy, A. P. Crisp, Wm. J. Stribling,
kV. A. Stroibov, J. W. Holloman and
lames Bonbon). Thcro hoing no furthor
JUB?IIOBB tho mooting adjourned at twolvo
Tho Hoard of Directors met and organ
zed by tho rc-olcction of J. D. Vornor,
'resident and Treasurer, and C. W.
Pitchford, Scorotary. Tho Hoard ad
?ournod subject to tho call of tho Prcsi
Tho mill has made money during the
?ast year and there has been a decrease
if its indebtedness and over i?f?,00() hi?
'estell in tho purchaso of now mn
It is conlldontly boliovod that tho con
lition will bo vory much improved in thc
Story of a Slave.
To bo bound hand and foot for years
>y tho chains of disoaso is tho worst form
>f slavery, (loorgo 1). Williams, of Man
ihostor, Mich., tolls how Bach a slave
vas m ad o free. Ho says: ''My wife
ms been so helpless for live years thal
he could not turn over in bed ah ne.
Vftor using two bottles of Kleetrio Hit
ors, she is wonderfully improved and
iblo to do her own work. This supreme
omedy for female diseases quickly CHICK
icrvousness, sleeplessness, inonancholy,
loadaoho, backache, fainting and dizzy
ipolls, This miracle working medicine
s a godsend to weak, sickly, run down
leoine. Every bottle guaranteed. Only
>0 couts. Sold by all druggists in UK
IOU ti ty.
Holly Springs Heard From.
HOM.Y SPIUNOH, June 5.-Dry and hot
(lorn is looking weak.
Mr. (!. Blackwell ami wife, of Qoor
[ia, visited Hov. H. ,1. Vinson last week
Mr. P. (/'bambers has gone to West
ninster to-day on business.
Mr. H. K. Chandlers is tho champioi
hallet ra,ser. Ho gathered from om
tinglo set HY.) heads.
Mr. Hardy Blackwell captured am
tilled a large whipsnake on tho Ith in
tant. It measured 8 foot from hoad ti
Mrs. .Josephine Chambers is in th
ead raising poultry in this vicinity.
Messrs. Ira Butt and T. J. Patton an
lot flawing lumber this wook, tho latte:
toing at his home in Toccoa, (Sa., ol
Rov. I). K. Carter, of Battle Crook
viii preach at Holly Springs church Ol
be third Sunday in each month and oi
Saturday before. Preaching on Satin
lay at 2 o'clock P, M. We hopo tn
people will turn out to hear him. Brr
'arter is an excellent preacher. Ile is
;ood man and loved by all who kno\
Wm, ('arson visited tho Kook Hons
Ye scribe was in Westminster Satin
lay-our place ut' trade. Wo will vol
uro to say there Isn't a town in th
itato that can beat Westminster fo
orno things. First. No whiskoy is a
owed, and where there is nothing t
Irink thcro ?fl no drunkenness. Yo
r.ay stay in Westminster all day and nc
oe a sign of drunkenness. No swearin
r profane talk is heard. Everything i
heei ful and Booms.to move onward an
ipward. Tho merchants aro wido-awsk
nen-mon that aro willing to givo thoi
ustomors tho worth of their money, c
rhatovor they may have to soil, (lohoi
i, o,, says ?lat niau what wear? de li
Iron a Bardeen box pinned to his cur
;winn to Imf to left Westminster,
Now, Mr. Editor, don't put this in th
/asto basket because wo aro talk in
bout Westminster and leaving Wa
inila off. Kotuonihor, yon have a hi
otton mill, Court House, jail and ono i
ho best county papers in tho State. Bi
h| what about the black Diamon
miling right straight to Wostininsto
hen up tho mountain to tho lop, the
ump off into Tonnesseo. Mo thinks
ear it rumbling in the distance
Mis. Miohflc| Curtain, Plainfield, HI
pikes tho fltatement that she pailgl
old, which settled on her lungs; st
/as troatod for a month, hyper famii
iliysioian, but grew worse. ]|o told lu
ho was a hopolops victim of pongon?|
lon and that no medicine could cure ho
(or druggist suggested Dr. King's Ne
Mscovory for consumption I she bougl
bottle and to her delight found horse
oneil tod from the llrst dose, 81)0 coi
inned Hs uso and after taking six botth
mind herself sound and well; now doi
or own housework and is as well ns si
vor was. Freo trial bottle? of this gre;
isoovcry at all drug ?tores In tho count
.argo bottles 60 cents and $1.
Thoro waa n f nongst tho coifoii
Iblc lunch rc is. .?thor fi nicholl
lgB at Coney Island last i^id?y. Lo
bout $i?50,00Q, ^ g>'
Approved Petition Lisi for Oooiioe County.
Jumos Seaborn, EBq., Clerk of Court, j
hus rocoivotl tito rovisod poiittion roll (
for Oooneo county, togothor with tho
mouoy to pay tho pousiouors. Thoro
uro 220 namos on dio roll and $3,175.00
is the amount of money to he distributed
among tho pomslonoiB of this county ss
Class A.-James C Davis and -Euooh
Mooro, each $72.
Cines JJ.-8 A Byrd, Robort S Rutlodgo,
Franklin Graham, J II Johnson, A R
Morgan, .T IT Morgan, Jamos Nioholls,
Frank Taylor, oaoh $17.00.
Class C.-T A Adams, T II Baldwin, V
W Burdott, A W Bryant, Robert Blaok
woll, John Blackwell, W II Burkett, W
I. BitrtiB, Samuel B Bollotto, K C Butlor,
R Compton, Riobard Cain, J 1' Colo, ll
M Colo, N P Colo, Silas Calhoun, Robort
Cobb, E C Compton, W F Corbin, A E
Cllnks?alos, J O A Couoh, JamoB Cha Ti
bers, W E Cox, E O Chapman, J C Chap
man, J IJ Campbell, T II Crooks.
W A Chastaln, Austin Dawkins, F M
Durham, R E Dodd, Wm Duncan, S A
Fricks, Il 1) Floyd, D W Fondly, John
Fostor, Titos S Gibson, Wm Graham.
John GIOUBO, Richard Gobion, T M
Hutchins, Joptha Hoad, John Hawkins,
A D Hays, II .1 Huff, Hoary Hughes, Jos
M Hall, W J Harbin, II M Harbin, ll M
Hunnloutt, E O Hopkins, Jas A Ilom
broo, John Huton, Martin Hopkins,
JuliuB Hoffman, Wm Hunter, 1 Z Hall
brook, A E Jenkins, Wm .James,
.lohn Keaton, J II Kelly, Ransom
boo, J B Logan, .) W Lisles, Henry
F Long, Rowland Long, Alfred
Loo, John Loo, Jas C Leo, W. A
Lusk, .lohn O'Laryo, W II Land,
John Leo, J J Manning, J M Mor
gan, F M Martin, .1 L MoGco, S O
Mooro, .1 II Mei ?ullin, J M Miller, J M
Martin, J B Mooro, .las Mason, Ed j\'ix,
Baylun Nicholson, David Nimmons, W II
Owens, Ervin Phillips, W ll Pitts, Joel
L Phillips, J Hardin Pitts, Thus J Pitts,
A M Bickens, W II Powers, C M Ridley,
Jamei Rotten, Jofforsou ROOSO, Jeremiah
Rowland, C L Reid, Adam Ridley, IC E
Reed, A L Richards, T J Ritter. C A
Rowland, ll B Rogers, (I W Robinson,
John Rodgers, NV A Reed, C F Scoba,
John S Sloan, Wm Stegall, Tints Smith,
Win Sneider, Jas Southerlin, W R Skill
dors, Tilos Soizemoro, T J Sloan, S B
Stone. W J Saylor, J D Shuttleworth,
John Swoanoy, A KTaylor, W II Thomas,
Samuel T .ornas, W II Thrift, Elias Tur
nor, John Volrath, J J Vissage, W A
Wilson, J W Wilson, Wm Willbanks,
John Woodall, each $13.20.
Class C, No. 4.-Mary Ables, Adelino
Bynum, Ks thor Beard, Cassandra Blair,
Mary A Burns, Silin Cox, Sarah Ernaline
Collins, Letitia Crenshaw, Kizzy thane,
Elizabeth Corn, Elizabeth Crow, M L
Christmas, Eliza V Cain, Mary Dotson,
Sarah J Dodd, Mary O Dickson, CC Elli
son, Elizabeth Einher, M ! Gibson, T J
Graham, R N Grant, Mary E Holden,
Emily Harris, Kareissn Holmes, M E
Hutchinson, Mary J Horner, Charlotte
Harris, Nancy Harris, Martha 11 i x, E L
Jones, Fannio Knecht, Elizabeth Kitch
ens, S L King, Ailsoy Kelley, N C
King, Elilov King, M A King,
M L Lisles, S M Long, Susan Long,
Elizabeth Lisles, Nancy Lamar, Sallie
Land, Martha Lollly, S A husk, Eliza
beth Muklin, Mary E Moore, Bubla
Massey, M A Moody, Mary Morrison,
II E Mooro, Malinda Minton, Cathorino
Moody, Mary li Marett, Anna McDonald,
Mary E Morris, Nancy Nicholls, Isabella
Neal, Esther Orr, Rachel C Pitts, Louisa
Rholotter, Mary Ritter, Caroline Ramey,
Mary Robinson, Jemima Smith, Dicey
Stubble'ield, Anna Stntisoll, M J R Sulli
van, M C Spoonagel, S F Slater, C A
Shan, Rebecca*Smith, M K Sandors,
Sar..II A Smith, Susan J Singleton, Nanoy
Sullivan, R K Toll ison, Mariah 'ruiner,
Arminda Thomas, Mary J White, E C
Williams, Mary A Wood, Eliza Zincko,
BANKRUPT in health,
constitution undermined hy ex
travagance in eating, by disre
garding the laws of nature, or
physical capital all gone, if so,
Tutt's Liver Pills will cure you.
For sick headache, dyspepsia,
sour stomach, malaria, torpid
liver, constipation, biliousness
and all kindred diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pills
an absolute cure.
"Suburbs of Walhalla."
Tho young people of this neighbor
hood mot ?it Mr. J. I). Isboll'sand organ
ized a literary (dub, known as "The Fri
day Evening Club." Tho object is
amusement ?md pastime. Miss May Bid
lotto was olootcd prcsidont; Miss Emma
Bibb, vice president; T. W. Bollol to, sec
retary, 'rho club was organized with
lift ecu members ?md moots twice a mont h.
There will bo a picnic at the 'runnel,
given by The Friday Evening Club, next
Saturday, .lune IO, ?ind you, Mr. Editor,
have a spocial invitation to como and bo
with us. All tho members aro expected
to bo present, wearing their badges and
bringing well-tilled baskets. [Ploaso
aocopt our thanks. Il would be a pleas?
uro, indeed, to us to attend tho picnic
and moot tho members of the club, but.
it will bo impossible for us to get away
from business. We wish you a pleasant
What young man was that went to
preaching with his little "black-oy od"
uirl last. Sunday and gol loft? Somoono
said, "Oh, that's too much." But it's
funny when you think aboutit.
SWAMP KA narr.
In Our Grandfather's Time,
big bulky pills were in general use. Like
tho "blunderbuss'' of that decade they
were big and clumsy, but ineffective. In
this cent ny of eniighto'rnent, WO have
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant. Pellets, which euro
all liver, Stomach and bowels derange
ments in the most, effective way, If peo
ple would pay more attention to properly
regulating the action of their bowels, by
the uso of theso little "pellets" they
would have less frequent occasion tfl call
for their doctor's service to Bubduo
attack of dangerous diseases. Tho "Pel
lets" cure sick and bilious headache, con
stipation, indigestion, bilious attacks and
kindred derangements of liver, stomach
Fiilr Play Polnlois.
FAI? PI.AV, Juno tl.--Wheat, harvest
ing is in full blast.
'Ibo weather continues dry.
Wo have moro grasshoppers at present
than we have grass.
Mrs. Robt. Isboll is quito ill til tho
Mossrs. barjo and Keels Maret, stu
dents of tho Domorost High School, aro
With their parents during vacation,
Hov, Mr, Allen preached an Interesting
sermon in tho Baptist church Sunday
morning, after which tho bord's supper
Ut t?o 'T. delma Watson I? visiting ber
aunt, M?M. W. E. Dobbs, in Harmony
Grove, Ga. ii. '.K.I..
Aro grand, but skin eruptions rob lifo
of joy. Buoklcn'a Arnica Salvo cures
them ; also old, running and fever ?joros,
ulcers, boils, felons, Cprns. warts, cuts,
bruises, bunts, scalds, chapped hands,
ohtlbhiips, best pile cure on earth.
Drives out pains nod adieu. Cum guar
anteed. Sold by nil druggists. Only
2f> con!? a box.
At Four Score.
i Miles' Nervine Restores Health.
?NOLE EZEKIEL ODIO AR, assossor and
tax collector, Bovorly, Mass., who has
passed tho 80th lifo milo stone, saya:
"Dr. Milos' Restorative Norvlno has dono a
groat dmd of good. I soi UV red for years from
sleoplossnoss and nervous heart troublo.
Would fool woary and used up lu tho morn
ing, had no ambition aud ray work seemed a
burdon, A friend recounuondod Dr. Milos'
Nervino, and I purchased a bottlo nuder
protest as I had tried BO many remedies un
successfully, I thought it no uso. But lt
gavo mo restful elcop, a good appetite and
restored ino to onorgotlc health. It ia a
grand good modiciuo, and I will gladly writo
anyone inquiring, full particulars cf my sat
Dr. Miles' Remedies I
(ilO??ld by ail diUg- So' fUllitt**''
gists under a positivo -
gunrnntco, first bottlo E*|MOrVinO
benefit? or money ro- fe D0storo?
funded. Hook on dis- mut LM itt,
oases of tho heart and UOILA wt
nerves freo. Address, _
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ind.
LOINQS IN BUSY WESTMINSTER.
Death al Foil Mallison-Moro Base Ball
Interesting Local Mention.
WKBTMlKsrKK, S. C., Juno 7--Died, on
Thursday, Juno 1, at I P. M., niter n
pr o tr no tod illncss, at her homo, near
Kort Madison, Mrs. 1). E. Bryan, wife o?
Mr. J. L. Bryan. Bosides her husband
she loaves llvo children to mourn hoi
death. Mrs. Bryan was a consistent
member of the llopowell M. E. church,
and, on Friday afternoon, at two o'clock,
her funeral services wero conducted
thoro by her pastor, Hov. H, R, Dagnall.
lier remains were intoned in tho Hope
well cemetery at Ibo conclusion of thc
Married, on Sanibcl Island, Florida,
on Wednesday, Juno 7, 18?!), Mr. W. S.
Doyle and Miss Melville Cooper. Thc
groom is tho only son of Mrs. M. A.
Doyle, of Westminster.
The second quarterly conforonco ol
tho Westminster circuit moots at Book
Springs next Friday, .Juno 0, at olovon
o'clock in tho forenoon. Hov. .). B,
Wilson, tho Presiding Kider, is expected
to bo there.
Mrs. W. A. Burns and son, of Charles,
ton, are at Mr. Sloan Dickson's boarding
house for tho summer.
Hov. F. C. McConnell, of Lynchburg,
Va., stopped over with relativos in West
minster last week ns ho was returning
home from a Southern trip. Ho preached
an interesting Kennon in tho Baptist
church on Thursday evening. After hil
doparturo on Friday a telegram was rc
ceived announcing his olection as Cor
responding Secretary of tho Southon
Mission Board, which Held includes al
tho Southern States.
Mrs. J. B. Fellers, (fonnorly Mis?
Maggio Sheldon), of Now berry county
arrived last Thursday to spond twe
weeks in Oconeo county. Her friendi
in Westminster were pleased to soo hot
Westminster has gained anothor vio
tory in thc base ball arena. Last Satur
day the boys got up carly and drovi
down to tho wide-awako and growing
city of Anderson to play tho baso bal
club of that place. Tho gamo wai
played in about two hours. Below ii
tho score by innings :
1 ?J :; 1 f> ii 7 8 0
Westminster.1 :l 2 0 :5 1 1 1 ?-ll
Anderson.Ot) 1 2 0 7 0 0 1 - 1
Mrs. S. V. Jameson and I'-o children
of Allanta, are spending .io sum me
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilban
Bibb. They arrived last Saturday.
Mr. Sloan Dickson, proprietor of tin
Dickson minmai springs, has opened lui
boarding house and is expecting a groa
many guests this summer. Ho bai
given tho springs all necessary attention
Mr. Dickson always enjoys Booing am
conversing with his friends when thoj
visit tho springs.
Mrs. L. A. Mathewson, aftor a visit ti
Atlanta of several months, returned U
Westminster last Saturday to spend tin
summer months. The many friends o
this ostimable lady are always glad ti
soe her in Westminster.
Mr. S. Duff is meeting a two-storj
residenco near thc new factory of tin
Southern Shuttle and Bobbin Company
Mr. John Jenkins, who lives oi
Chnuga, bad a hog aflliotod with hydro
phobia last week, which he had to kill
Mr. Hugh Torroll, son of Mr. M. A
Terrell, commenced dorking for Mr. T
N. Carter on June 1.
Miss I lessie Kpting, ono of tho teach
ors in tho High School, loft on May :ils
tor her home at Williamston to spoin
the vacation season.
The roof of the new machino shop o
the Southern Shuttle and Bobbin Fao
tory is about completed. This building
ls a credit to a muoh larger town thai
Westminster. His KW foot long and tw<
Stories high, and will bo well lighted bj
natural means, having In lt 110 windows
Moth stories will bo equipped with till
best modern machinery for tho mnnufae
tine of shuttles, hobbins, spool heads
Oto. A new onglno has boon ordered ti
furnish tho powor, Tho engiun om
boiler room, which is to bo 28 fee
square, will bo built of brick, lu tin
.argo now warehouse is stored an abund
aneo of raw niateiial, which will be usoi
According to an agreement made bo
tween tho merchants tho stores nov
oloho at 7 P. M., except on Saturdays.
Wheat bltrvostlng has begun.
At the Presbyterian church on inst
Sabbath Hey. S. L, Wilson, pastor,
preached a forcible and impressive ncr
mon to a good-sifted and lonee.
It iu a good (imo for the farmers tc
catch up with their work now. Crass h
easily destroyed these hot days.
A. L. (lossierc.
Mr. P. Kotcham of Biko City, Cab,
says: "During my brother's, late sick
ness from sciatic rheumatism, Cham?
burlabas pain Hahn was tho only remedy
that gayo him any relief." Many o thom
have testified to tho prompt relief fr* M
pain which this liniment affords. Foi
Balo by j. w. Boll, Walhalla ; \V. J. Lun
noy, Sopeen; H. H. /,immorn\a,n) Wes,fc
THE CUT-PRICE CASH STORE.
ll I OT- Drr?n\/rr\ I Another lot o? CLOTH TENNIS
UUg I 1^ ROE. IV Et Ll ; SHOES; also Men's and Ladles' Belts.
Still a full line of Ladles' Gauze Vesta
in stock. This wook we got in another
lot of MEN'S GAUZE SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
liai o of Rest Soa Island.Oo. per yard.
Caso Rall Thread.10 halls for Co.
AU Light Calicoes.to. por yard.
WE STILL GIVE YOU MORE G ROCE RI E8 FOR THE MONEY
THAN ANYBODY ELSE.
. W. 1*. IdBSOT ?ft'CO.*
WESTMINSTER, 8. C.
Five-Gallon Safety OH Cnn. Warranted not to run a lawp ovor. Call and
In Shoos wo aro offoring somo Rood valuos at fiO couts to por pair. Not
old stock, but good solid Shoos.
In Dress Goods wo cnn ploaso you from a 5-cont Lawn to a 60-oont Rlnck
Sorgo or Cash moro.
You havo to soo our goods to approciato the valuos wo aro otToring. Wo aro
not soiling at cost, but will convince you that our ?toro is tbo placo to got bargains.
Can't mention everything, but will tako pleasure lu showing you and quoting
Fruit Jars, Jolly Tumblo.-s, Straw and ('rash Hats, Fans, Sutninor Under
vests, Silk Mitts, tte, nt roasenablo prices.
2[^**Cal! often. Wo appreciate your trado.
Lowery, Byrd & Co.,
SENECA, 8- O.
On the Wrong Track!
TP you'ro paying too much for your Groceries, you're on tho wrong track. No
L man can stem along to liunncial success unless bo watches closoly tho out
lay-unless bo buys whore tbo money goos farthest. It's tbo li trio savings that
the years Bwing into a splendid total.
lt's tbo prico feature bore-backed by qualities tbat aro purest-that
makes tbo careful buyer our friend-tbat bringa our customors back again and
REST JAVA COFFER, GREEN, - - 20c. per pound.
REST JAVA COFFEE, ROASTED, - - 2?0. per pound.
GOOD RIO COFFEE, - - ll pounds for $1.00.
REST RIO COFFEE, - - - 1) pounds for $1.00.
Good Flour, 4?0. por sack; our best Flours at ?>0o., 55o., tlOc. and 05o. por sack,
Tn lots of ono barrel or moro, special prices.
The Popular Price Store.
Items from Return.
RETURN, Juno 0.-Hot and dry for
fanners who aro rushing throueh dust
and ovor clods to havo their orops, which
aro looking vory well, nicely worked
over when harvest comos on. Thoso
who deal in shcop-shears had bettor
ordor a now supply, ar ?01110 in this sec
tion will bo obliged to uso thom on their
small grain crop.
Mr. O. W. Hayes has requostod poisons
going through his Holds to bo vory care
ful not to drop matches in tho small
grain and Bot it on Uro.
Mr. Chester Hayes killed (Ivo snakes in
about four hours tho other day.
Mr. Russoll Dearden had tho misfor
tune of tearing up his wheel whilo rid
ing through this sootion tho other day.
Mr. Eddie Morgan visited Mr. Clifton
King near Cross Roads Saturday,
Mr. Jarvis Hayos visited Ins cousins,
Mossrs. Hayes, last Saturday.
Your writer, with quito a number of
others from tins section, attended tho
aass mooting at Cross Roads Sunday
and had the pleasure of listouing to some
vory instructivo addresses by Hov. J. M
Sanders and Dr. T. M. Bailoy. Dr. Bailey
alBo preached an ablo sermon from tho
Tho infant of Mr. and Mr?. Bud Leroy
wan buried at Return last Friday oven
ing. KAUM Kit BOY.
Nature is forgiving and will restore
our diseased kidneys that will give you
porfeot health by using Dr. S.iwyor's
Ukatino. For Halo by Dr. J. W. Bell.
Jane Shippoy, a young married womo n
living near Spartanburg, dimed into a
cherry troo in her yard to got fruit for
breakfast, She lost her balance, and fell,
her foot catching between two limbs.
Sho made no outcry, and hung there
Oh, that Pain!
Call in at Dr. J. W. Doll's Drug Store,
toll him "whore it is at" and lot, him
give you what you need.
You may not know what you want, but
ho can toll you.
PURK, FRESH DRUGS ALWAYS
Proscriptions carefully and accnraloly
compounded, day or night.
FULL LINE FANCY OOODS, CIGARS,
TOBACCOS, CANDIES, ETC.
WALHALLA, S. C.
Notice to Debtors and
ALL porsons indebted to tho estate
L. H. Hoops, deceased, are
horohy notified to make payment to the
undersigned, and all poisons having
claims against ?aid estate will present,
the Banu?, duly attostod, within tho time
prescribed by law or bo barred.
WM. J. HOOPS,
Executor of the Estate of L, ll. Hoops,
May 23, 180(1. 21-2-1
j HAYE opened up a first-class Black
L smith and Wheol-wrlght Shop In
Walhalla and am prepared to do all
kinds of repairing, Buch as Duggios,
Carriages, Wagons, Uorae.shootng, Ao.
Spcolal attention ul von to repairing
machiuovy of ail kinds.
Painting a specialty.
M"... ...",.?. |"
.IV/., .IV'I(. Lt. MiilC ,
AH work guaranteed satisfactory.
Give mo a oall, Respectfully,
J. E. SMITH.
Below Potts? Stable, near pepot
May 4, 1800. ' lt-m
WK HAVE OPENED SOME GOOD
ITU NOS FOE CLOSE ilUYEUS. EX
Ladies' Fast Black Umbrollas, Rood
doth, only 50c.
Nico Silk (?loves for $1.
Ladies' Undervest.s, Tapo Neck and
Sleeves, for loo.
Ladios' Gowns, full size, 50c.
leadlos1 Good Chemise, 25c.
Ladies' Crash Skirts, BO and 75o.
Better Goods, mixturos, $1.25.
Shirt Waists, 25 and 50c.
New 30-inoh Organdies at 10c.
Kine Quality Nansook at 7 and 10c.
Good Wool Suiting at 50c.
Cr?pons at 75c. and $1 per yard.
Kino White Lawn in romnants for 10c.
You can't buy it in pioco for 20e.
Lot of Ladies' Silk Mitts, wore 25 and
50c,, yours for 20o.
Ask to see our lino of Oxfords in all
colors and lops for $1.50. Nico enough
for n rpio?n to wear.
Von will lind all of our last summer
Shoos on center table at just about half
price. Wo will close thom quickly at
tho price. Get a bargain wbilo they last.
Scrivon'fl Drawers at 75c. por pair.
Cbnllongo Drawers at 50c.
Plain Drawers at 25o.
Tho best lino of Nogligeo Shirts in the
country for 50c.
Silk Front Shirts for oidy $1.
SKNECA, S. C.
IV o tic o ol' Final Set
tlement ;md I>i?~
VT OT I CK. is hereby givon that tho mi
l\ dersigned will ?nako application to
!). A. Smith, Esq.. Judgo of Probate
'or Ocouco county, in tho State of South
larolinn, at his offleo at Walhalla Court
House, on Satin day. tho 24th day of
lune, 1800, at ll o'clock in tho fore
loon, or os coon thereafter as said appli
cation can ho heard, foi unvo to mako
lnal settlement, of tho estate of L. ??,
Hoops, doceased, and dual discharge
\ti Executor of sahl estate.
WM. J. HOOPS,
I'.xocutor of Estate of L. H. Hoops,
May 28, 1809, 21-24