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YOB, Dlnmouds and Doves ut Juync
and Dovo Brand Hams. Diamonds an) adi
limn? aro pleasing to tho taBto, for they ur
AuBtin, Nlohols ?fc Co.'s Illus Hlbboi
and A i buckle's - all roasted-aro too woll
1 have in my ntoro one of the best m
mo will be ground free of ehnrgo and witli
July 18, lvSOO.
'Caral aub Bcratfmil.
-For grocorios call on C. G. .1 nynes.
-MIHS Suo Maxwell has returned from
a visit to Pondloton.
-Miss Kizzie (?arrlson, of Donvor, is
visiting Miss ltoxio Moid.
- Miss Tiuey Sloan, of Pendleton, is
viaitiug Miss Julia Mifxwoll.
-A big assortment of bair and tooti?
brusbos at Hell's drug storo.
-Those who raise rutabaga turnips
should plant tho seed this month.
- Read the Ordinances of tho Town of
Walhalla on tho fourth pago of this issue.
-Mr. J. II. Cantrell will open tho
school at High Falls next Monday, July
-Miss May Cherry, of Seneca, is spend
ing a day or two w di Miss Bossle
-Just received a largo assortment of
stationery and toilet articles at Hell's'
-Messrs. W. M. and A. L. Qossott, of
Westminster, wcro in Walhalla Tuesday
-Mrs. W. A. lvostorand two children,
of Anderson, are visiting relatives in and
near Walhalla this weok.
-Major and Mrs. ll. F. Sloan passed
through Walhalla Wednesday on their
way to llorso Cove for a week.
-Miss Margie Major, one of tho State's
bright teachers, whoso homo if Denver,
is the ?liest of Miss Uoxio Heid.
-Mr. H. E. Onmpboll, of Anderson,
spout Tuesday in Walhalla visiting his
sister, Mrs. .1. T. Kay, and other rela
-Mrs. J. H. Blackwell, of Johnston,"
S. C., wi'h her interesting little family,
is visiting at tho home of her father, Mr.
J. S. Floyd.
--Why, certainly I will huy my coffee
from J ayn os', for ho grinds it.
- Hast week Mr. W. II. Husk killed a
rattlesnake measuring a little over four
feet, at his home near Salem, lt carried
eight rattles ami a hutton.
-Twenty-three suits, worth from
$l.*o> to $12.00, now going from $1.00 to
$?.70. He sure and see then) before, they
are gone. Cash Hargaiu Store.
- Kev. Albert T. Fitts, Stato evangelist
of thc Christian church, Mr. M. H. Cox
and little Miss Hertha Leo Cox, of Sen-'
oca, spent Monday in Walhalla.
-We aro requested to givo notice that
lhere will be an all day singing at Ko turn
church on tho fourth Sunday in this
month. Public at hugo is invited.
-There will bc a big picnic at Max
well's Korry on the fourth Saturday, the
22d of July. Everybody is invited to
atiend an?! bring well lilied baskets.
- Hov. T. II. Plommons, of Abbeville,
will preach in tho Walhalla Haptist
church next Sunday morning and even
ing. Public cordially invited to attend.
- Health for ton cents. Cascareis
make tho bowels ami kidneys act nat ur
ally, di' troy microbes, euro headache,
biliousness and constipation. All drug
-The school exercises of belmont
academy will begin on next Monday
morning, July 17th. The school will be
in charge of Mr. Charles W. Harper, as
-Huy your coffee at .laynes'. Ile will
grind it free id ob argo.
- Mrs. C. .1. Zclmhar and her (laught
ers, Mrs. E. A. Kider and Misses Irene
and Susie Zelmbar, of St. Augustine,
Fla., arc spending the sun) m or at Mrs.
J. C. Micklcr's, in West Union.
- Mr. W. 1'. Hall, of G roon wood, and
M s,rs. II. II. Orr, J. L. Orr, Jr., and G.
P. Hammett, of Greenville, spout Mon
day night in Walhalla on their way to
tho mountains of North Carolina.
- For puro drugs go to Hell's drug
-Mr. F. A. Davis will open school al
?'loveland academy, near Fort .Madison,
on next Monday morning, July 17th.
Patrons and all interested will take due
notice and govern themselves accord
-Thc old veterans of Orr's Regiment
will regret to learn that their last
Colonel, (Jo!. G. McDulIle Miller, is seri
ously ill at his home near Ninety-six
willi an affection of the kidneys ami is
not expected to recover.
- Deputy Marshals \V. H. F. Corbin
and J. 1'. McKinney arrested Emory and
berry Heck three miles West of West
minster last Saturday night on the
chingo of selling whiskey illegally. They
are now in jail awaiting preliminary ex
--Mr. T. A. Floyd, a son of our towns
man, Mr. J. S. Floyd, after spending a
year in our army in Manilla, has re
turned lo this country, and is now in
business in Augusta, Ga. He promises
to pay his relatives in Walhalla a visit in
the near future.
-Call and seo those beautiful hats al.
the Cask Hargaiu Store.
- A most enjoyable evening was spent
by a number of young people of Wal
halla and West Union last Monday at
tho home of Mr. and ?Mrs. J. C. Mickler.
The party was given in honor of the
Misses Zolmhar, of St. Augustine, Fla.
Everyone onjoyed the splendid hospital
ity of the kind hostess to ibo fullest.
- Von will be agreeably surprised in
bringing mo your prescriptions to seo
tho care I take in niling them. This is
one work of tin* druggist that must ho
carefully attended to. No matter whose
blank your prescription ic written on,
bring it to me and have if Ulled with thc
freshest and purest drugs lo be had.
Anything in tho drug line at l-unncy's,
Seneca, South Carolina.
- Mr. J. 'V. Vissage showed ns quito a
curiosity last Saturday in the shape of a
bullet sawed from Ibo heart of a tree at
the Justice mill, on Btumphouso moun
tain. Asan 18-inch picoo of heart tim
ber was hoing sawed it was noticed that
tho saw struck some foreign substance,
and on examination it was found that a
mlnnio ball or unusually largo bullet had
been sawed through. Mr. Vissago says
that from his knowledge of treen and
tho penetrating force of a bullet ho hi
satisfied the ball has lain imbedded in
tho heart of tho tree nt lens!, forty years.
is* Grocery-but tboy uro Diamond "0"
mired, of oourso-but uo moro than thoso
0 as puro as * dovo. Try thom, try thom.
1 lu ami, Leggott aud Co.'s Syeolal Moud
known to my trade to no ed t ny oxplaun
ills to ho had, ami nil coffee bought from
r. J A Y N ES.
-For clothing go to tho Casli bargain
-Mr, F. W. Roys, of Kooroo, is visiting
rolativcs in Walhalla.
-Mr. J. L. Uamby is all smiles now.
It's a nine-pound boy.
-Mr. A. ltao Dondy, of Charlotte, N.
C., is visiting his parents in Walhalla.
-IHdyoloa ropairod, bought, sold and
exchanged at G. L. Wilson's Repair Shop.
-Mrs. J. ll. Patrick, of Andorson, at
tondod tho danoo at Pitohford's Hall last
-Miss Carrlo Keith loft for Greenville
Monday to attend tho marriage of Miss
-Misses Lura and Kilon Wallaco, of
Wost Point, Ga., aro visiting tho fam
ily of Mr. J. M. Ward.
-Miss Belle Sponoor, a teacher from
Fort Madison, is al lending tho Normal
School and is stopping with Mrs. GuyT.
-Found, at Connoross bridge, between
Walhalla and Westminster, a common
black sack coat, which tho owner can
got by proving proporty and paying ex
penso of this notice. Address or call on
Mr. J. S. Loopard at his rosidonco at
Connnross post ellice.
-Wo aro requested to announce that
tho public school at Doublo Springs
academy will open* oil noxt Monday
morning, July 17ih. All tho patrons aro
invited to ho present as far as possible.
Prof. 1). Hunt will havo charge tho
school during the present torin.
-Tho (hito of tho L. P. Smith excur
sion has been changed from July IS, as
published last, week, to July 25. Tho
correction roached us Thursday night
last week-too late for publication. So
boar in mind tho chango of date-July
25. Karo from Walhalla, $1.75; Soneca,
$4.50; Cherry's, $1.25; Poudloton, $4.00.
.-Prof. John O. Hicks will com monee
a public school at fairview academy on
next Monday morning, July 17th. Tho
patrons and friends generally aro cor
dially invited to bo present at tho open
ing, l'rof. Hicks is ono of our most
popular and eflloiout teachers. Ho has
had many years exporionco in tho school
-We had a pleasant and appreciated
visit, this week from Mr. L. D. Hoarden,
of Jackson, Miss. Ho is a young man
of sterling worth and high character
and is pushing his way to tho front in
business and commercial circles. Ho is
an Oconco young man and a son of that
prosperous farmer and honored citizen,
Mr. .lames W. Hearden, of Oak way.
-See tho $3.00 clay worstod suits at
tho (lash bargain Store.
-Mr. John Hombreo, living near Fair
Flay, has been seriously and painfully
n ill let cd in one of his feet for tho past,
lew weeks, which to this timo has bathed
tho skill of his physician to romler ro
lief. The Sunday school at Hock Hill,
of which ho is the devoted and energetic
Superintendent, is greatly concerned
about his condition, and hope for his
speedy and complete restoration to
-There will held tu tho Court House
on tho 21st. instant an examination for
two normal scholarships in tho South
Carolina (.'(diego. Those rennt fees to
thc amount of $52. Examinations will
also ho hold for students desiring, to
outer thc freshman dass of said college.
Also, at the same time and place, an ex
amination will he held for the vacant
scholarships in the Winthrop Normal
and Industrial College
-Mr. J. D. Uamby, of Double Springs
continuity, desires us to make mention
of the fact that he collected and turned
over to Kev. .J. L. Mulliilix, tho preacher
in charge of the Walhalla Circ.dt, last
fall, for the purpose of buying him n
horse, thirty dollars, which, together
with b ur dollars Mr. Muflinix collected
himself, made the total sum of thirty
four dollars oontribv /A\ for this purpose.
Mr. Uamby further wishes to return his
sincere thanks to thoso who contributed
no liberally for said causo.
- Mr. Thomas Marrett and wife, living
in the. South Union noighboihood, woro
badly burned on Sunday night, July 2d,
hy tho explosion of a kerosene lamp.
The Hemes enveloped Mr. Marrett's hoad,
moulders and arms, burning his heard
mid the hair ol u.s bead off, while his
linns and hands sulfured terribly. His
wife, too, was badly burned on her arms
md hands. The timely assistance of
Mr. S. M. Crawford, who was near at
liand, prevented what otherwise might
have proved a fatal accident to both
parties. We should bo very careful how
we handle kerosene oil, because it is a
- lbw. Wm. G. Neville, pastor of tho
Presbyterian church at Vorkvlllo, S. C.,
preached two excellent, and impressive
sermons in '.',.<. Walhalla Presbyterian
churoll Sunday morning and night to
large and appreciative congregations.
Mr. Neville has a host of friends and ad
mirers in this community who are suro
to turn out. in largo numbers when it is
known he is going to preach. Ho is a
mau of (iud and his lifo aud conversa
tion preaches the gospel which ho pro
fesses wherever ho goes. Ho is like
Knooh ol old-ho walks with dod. Tho
singing was exceptionally line on this
occasion, Mr. Neville and family ro
llo ned home on Tuesday morning.
-Anderson Advocate, .Inly loth: "Dr.
lames W. liarle died at Ibo residence of
his son, James W. Jr., near Piokons last
Thursday, in tho 87 th year of Ids age,
und was buried at Carmel Presbyterian
church the next, day hy the side of his
wife and children, Dr, Karlo was ono of
tho oldest citizens of Slabiowu and there
lie siient the greater portion of his lifo
ind reared his family. His wife was a
laughter of the late K. H. Henson, of
Pendleton, who was a prominent, busi
ness man there in ?tute bellum days.
I bero are many friends ami relatives of
tho deceased hero who will regret lo
earn of his death. Ho was a man of
jonsidorahlo means and never practiced
tis profession but very bille, not until
ate in life when his means were reduced.
rVith the exception of tho father of this
writer ho js the last one of thoso old
mle helium oJMj; ns of (ho palmy days
-Mise ?uuio THJoii ls sponding a
weok at Whltowator.
i -Miss Ts ott ir. Gibson loft thia moi ni UK
for Aoworth, Gn., to visit rolatlvos niul
-Mr. and Mrs. Mitt Nioholson aro
spending u week at Wbitowator, visiting
-Mrs. G. T. Baughman aud ohild, of
MeCormiok, is on a.visit to her rpother,
Mrs. G. M. Brotineoko.
-Mosers. J. JP? Cary and J, E. Doggs,
of Plokens,' O. E. Princosnd J. Ii. Grant,
of Audorson, aro lu attondaneo upon
court tl) 1B wook.
-Mr. J. M. Ward lins boon quito sick
for several days pnst. Mr. .Too Brown,
of Seneca, is (Illing his placo at tho dopot
as tologiaph operator.
-Mr. M. W. Wright is in town this
wook on limitless. Ho is now ongagod
in husillos* at Columbia with Maxwell ?v
Taylor, furnituro dealers.
-J. W. Todd, of Soiicoa, Grand Dic
tator of tho Knights of Honor of South
Caroliua, spout rt couplo of days in Wal
halla this wook in attondaneo upon
-Messrs. John lt. Coohran, (Jlaronco
Provost, and Niuo Maxwell, of Audorson,
caino up Wednesday ovoning to attoud
tho danoo at lMtchford's Hall. Messrs.
Cochran and Provost romain in town to
-Willio Vonlladoln loft this morning
for Jacksonville, Ela., whoro ho has
socurod a situation with Nick Joost, his
undo. Wo hopo our young friend will
livo long and prosper in tho land of
-Whilo tho spring gardons havo hoon
partial failure?.ono may havo beans and
ououmbora by planting now. if tho
rains como in tho fall tho yield will ho
good, Roans may bo planted to tho 20th
-Harry Meibuvg and Riobard Oolkors
loft this morning for Jacksonville, Ela.,
whoro they havo scoured positions with
tho Urm of Kapplor & Von?ahlon of
that city. Wo wish holli of those young
mon great suocoss.
-Anderson lutolligencor, July 12tb:
"Col. Win. Kirkby, President, and Hon.
T. C. Dickinson, attorney and financial
agent, of tho Mack Diamond Railroad
Company, arrived in tho city yesterday,
and will spend several days boro."
-Tho danoo at Pitoliford's Hall last
night was ono of tho host given in Wal
halla for soino limo. It was thoroughly
enjoyed hy a largo number of partici
pants and spectators. .Several visitors
from Anderson ami .Seneca wore present.
-Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pitchford and
children and Dr. arid Mrs. W. T. Stod
dard loft Tuesday morning foi Sapphire,
N. C., whoro they will spend gomo timo
enjoying tho splendid mountain scenery
of this now summer resort. Mr. O. W.
llauknight and Miss Blake Mathias will
join thom Friday.
NEW TURNIP SEED
t>?~' We aro now handling a
nieo lino of Sausages, Cured j
Meats, Fish and Canned Meats,
also othor table supplies.
A now lot of Class, Agate and
Tinware and other household
supplies arriving at
^ NORMAN'S. ^
Hon. Geo. E. Prince lo Speak.
lion. Coo. E.. Prince, of Anderson,
will speak before tho County Teachers'
Instituto at l'itchford's Hall this ( Thurs
day) evening at half-past eight o'clock.
Mr. Prince is a Huent and entertaining
speaker. A raro treat is in storo for
thoso who hear him.
Grand Jury Presentment.
Tho grand jury made their present
ment this (Thursday) morning nt eleven
o'clock, lt is lengthy and carno loo
late for publication in (Iiis issue, hut will
appear in full next week. Nothing slart
lin is Bot forth.
oas. Lay was presented for assault
and battery with intent to kill upon (leo.
Dispensary Court Week Sales.
The Walhalla dispensary has done a
land office business so far this wcok,.tak
ing intocoiifmleration the fuel that it had
to buck thc "tigers." Up to Wednesday
evening at tho close of business t he sales
were as. follows:
Monday.? fin" 50 >lo 77
Tuesday. WI '20 10 24
Wednesday. 17 10 S 11
Totals.$150 80 *2fl I?
Notice lo Teachers.
I hereby gi ve notice that I Jiavo been
instructed by tho State Superintendent
of Education not to endorso any moro
certificates (first or second grade) unless
tho teacher has been in attendance upon
tho 'Poachers' Instituto, now being hold
at this |ilaco. W. II. HAKIEOX,
County Superintendent of Education.
Wo urge tho teachers of the county to
attend. Hoard can bo had in private
families at reasonable rates.
- ? -* ?
In Mayor llolleman's Court.
Tho following cases have been dis
posed of bo foro Mayor Uollomau this
J. L. Jackson, white, drunk and dis
orderly. Plead guilty. Kinod $21. Paid,
Henry Harrison, colored, drunk.
Plead guilty. Fined $1. Paid.
Miller Davis, white, drunk ami disor
derly. Plead guilty. Pined $!). Paid.
John Wood, colored, drunk ami disor
derly. Let out on bond, but did not j
appear. Tried in his absence and sealed
Th" Black Diamond Railroad.
An.''"'ion Advocate, July 10th: "The
sur?.y and permanent location of tho
line of the ?laok Diamond Itoad in this
State is proceeding rapidly. Tho corps
from Port Royal has covered about 00
miles of tho line. Tho ono from hero lo
Abbeville has nearly reached that place
and tho ono from hero towards tho
mountains has passed beyond Townvlllo.
Tho lino crosses Seneca rivor boar tho
Portman dam, 120 feet above tho water.
We lindorslaiid, however, that thoro is
to bo nit o thor line run to cross tho river
below tho month of Goop (.'reek.'
Result ol tho Touchera' Examination.
TliO following is thu J .- .lill of the
tonchoiR' examination held at this placo
mi June 17:
First grade -Misses Mary K. Swann,
i'.ii a Brock and Plioiba bumpkin,
Second grade M A"-Miss Hopple
Ward, W. A. Strickland, J. W. Reynolds,
J. II. l,ylos.
Second grade "lt" Miss Flora Davis,
II. C. MoCraokln.
Second grade "A" (colored teachers) -
Susie Daniels, Mamie Singleton ami Kiln
Nineteen stood 'ho examinai ion, hut
only twelve passed.
y CANDY CATHARTIC
?a, v;?>.\-'.f,<-?it-?'''' '.>'r ',' - ?4t.-,-'>>'..'?;.?.....->'.'. . ' . .
tm lui ? iummmrwmtm ,..?.-.? ii ???IIMJM.I . m<jn ? ?.i
Married, July lath, 1801), nt tho parson
ngo ot tho Evangelical Lutheran ohureh,
by Kov. J. G. Sohaid, Mr. J. K. Houston
acd Miss Dorothy Parker.
Married, July 12th, 1809, by Hov, J. G.
Sebald, at the home of the bride, Mr.
Jobu F. Tatham and Miss Julia Ella,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlea
Muller. TbiB wedding .was attended by
tho immodiate relatives and a friend of
the familiea; but tho. wedding supper
was tiot small, either as to quantity or
quality. God's blosslug bo upon thom.
"A Gilded Youth." *
Ono of tho most lnughablo and best
roudorod eomodies ovor wltuesaod boro
was "A Gilded Youth," by tho Walhalla
Cornody Company, at Pitchford's Hall,
on-TueBday night last. Tho mombors ot
tho company wore at thoir host and with
a good play thoy mado a most dooldod
hit. Tho uudionoo was n largo ono and
Olijoyod immensely their evening of fun
and laughtor. Mies Julia Keels Max
woll impersonated Aunt Sadlo; M i sn Nol
lie ( i ibsen, Sadie ; M. C. Soaborn, Sain y
Gildor; H. Q. Merrick, Col. Culpoppor;
J. A. Stock, Alosen Margin. Miss Lillie
Thompson presided nt tho piano nod
Miss Kale Boll and Mr. James Ansel
added much to the pleasure of tho ar.di
onco by thoir singing. Tho company is
dotormined to assist tho town in helping
to ontertain our visitors, and soo to it
that tho long woary day? aro followed
by nights of amusomonts. Tho copie
anxiously await their noxt. A foaturo,
too, of tho ovoning was tho music by
tho Grconvillo School Band.
Tho Groenvillo School Band.
Tho Grconvillo School Band will not
bo with us muon longer. They will fur
nish music to-night at Pitohford's Hall
boforo tho educational lecture, and to
morrow (Friday) night they will glvo a
concert at Pitohford's Hall. Tho admis
sion will be 15 and 26 couts. A good
musical programme has boon arranged,
and tboso who attond may expect to bo
highly entertained. It is to bo hoped
thoy will bo mot by a largo audience.
Attend and you will bo well pleased. On
Sunday afternoon tho band will give a
concert of sacred music at thoir camp in
Oatliorino Park. Monday thoy will go
to Seneca and glvo a concert at night,
returning to Walhalla and leaving for
Groenvillo Tuesday morning. Tho fol
lowing young gentlemen compose lifo
tho band: Messrs. Dallio C. Randolph,
Mills Goodlett, Frank DrolftlB, Frank
Slattery, Mack Williams, Hurt Gaillard,
Chas. Mackey, Zordry McBco, Milton
Agnew, Chnrlio Dickson, Charles David,
ICdgar Wood, Fred Goodlett. Tho boy?
havo mado many friends in Walhalla,
and all would bo glad to havo thom pro
long thoir stay In our midst.
On Wednesday evening at 8.80 o'clock,
July 12th, 1800, at tho rosid?iioo of thc
bride's father, near Walhalla, Mr. H. H.
Darrow, of Winston, N. C., and Mis?
Sndio Gertrude Bollotto wore united in
tho holy bonds of matrimony, Kov. J. G,
Daw, D. D., officiating. Only a small
circle of friends and tho im medial <
family of the brido were called to wit
ness this happy union. Tho devoted
couple entered tho parlor, whom all had
assembled, to tho sound of swcot straiui
of music by Miss L. G. Kubtmaun, pro
coded by the llowcrgirl, Dilly, a youngo:
sister of tho bride. Tho beautiful cere
inony was pronounced in Dr. Daw's most
impressive and solemn manner, aftoi
which tho sinoorest congratulations were
extended and tho many ologant vinndi
that had boon prepared wore enjoyed
Mr. Darrow is a traveling salosman fo
tho well known houso of H. J. Reynolds
of Winston, N. C. Miss Bollotto is tin
accomplished daughter of Mr. and Airs
S. A. Hellotto and has many friend
whose benedictions follow her into ho
now home. Mr. and Airs. Barrow lol
this (Thursday) morning for Spartan
burg, their futuro homo.
Death ol Capt. T. F. Hill.
Capt. Tims. F. mil died at Cashier*!
Valley, N. C., on Sunday afternoon
July Otb, 1801), at :!.!!(> o'clock, to whiol
place he had gone some months ago ii
the hope that tho ravages of tho droai
destroyer, consumption, might ho stayc<
Hut all these hopos wino vain, and afte
months of a bravo struggle his nobl
life went out and bis soul returned t
tho God who gavo it. His body wa
brought to Walhalla on Monlay af tm
noon and from thonco was carried by
special train to Anderson on tho sam
night. at which place it was laid away I
rest on T?io?day morning. Tho decoaso
was forty-throe years of ago and wi
probably tho most popular mun in Ai
der.son county, a brilliant scholar, jud
oiotiB and substantial business mai
au activo churchman ami ono of th
brightest Masons in the State. Ho WI
Captain of tho Palmetto Hilles sovor;
years, and many times a mombcr of tl:
City Counoil, though novor a willing cai
didato for any oilico. At the timo of lr
death bo was District Deputy Gran
Master of tho Soventh Masonic Distrio
a moihbor of tho Hiram Lodgo No. OS J
F. M., Burning Hush Ohaptor No. 7 I
A. M., Winn Council No. 4. H. and S. li
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express tho rapture of Ann
K. Springer, of 1126 Howard st., Phil
dolphin, Pa., when she found that 1)
King's Now Discovery for coiiBumpth
had completely cured ber of a hackin
cough that for many years had made li
a burden. All other romedios ami do
tors could givo ber n ? help, but sbo sa;
of this Royal Cure- -"it soon remov?
tho pain in my chest ind I KOW shu
soundly, something I can scarcely r
member doing before. I fool Uko soon
ing its praise thoroilght tho Universe
So will every ono wno trios Dr. King
Now Discovery for any troublo of tl
Lb rout, chest or lungs. Price 50 cen
nw| *l.00. Trial bottle freo at all dri
atoros in the county, livery bottle gun
Card ol Thanks.
1 doeiro to return my sincero ai
hearty thanks lo friends and noighho
Tor their kim) minist rations during tl
recent sickness and death of my belovi
,vife. May God's richest blessings 1
diowored upon each and every ono
thom. W. J. N. lt 11 it io N.
Farmers' Mutual Insurance Association.
Tho annual mooting of tho Kanool
Mutual Insurance Association will 1
mid in the Court House at Walhalla <
l'iiesday next at ll A. M. Tho inemhr
?hip will bo prompt to furn out, as bm
tess of much importance will bo act?
m i. J. iiAM,KMOKif, President.
J. H. S,.Ni>r.iis, Secretary.
The spooks und goblins that delight
To HU willi terror all tho nigh?,;
That stalk aboard in ! ' '?on cams
With willoh dyspopsl ' ;onms,
Will nover trouble w... UM...' ills
The man who trust? to Pierce's pill
Pierce's Ploaaapt Pollets | vegetabl
larmlosK, painless, aurel Cmnil ?patio
dllousness, slok headache, Indigoutio
ll vanish with their use.
NEWS ITEMS FROM WESTMINSTER;
Tho l ocal Inteliiaunco (rom Our Sister Town;
A Christian Engineer.
WKSTMINSTKU, July 12. -- Treasurer
ii la ko, ?f Abbeville, S. 0.,> and Mr.
McOurdy, of Mayosville, Qa., were guests
of Rev. 8. L. Wilson recently.
Missen Eulo and .lessie Stribliug aro
visiting in Walhalla and attending the
County Teachers' Iustitute.
Mra. J. C. Mulkey, of Abbevillo, Ga.,
is spending sumo tinto iu Westminster
with her pnronts, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Miss Luoy Murphy, a handsome young
lady of Anderson, is visitiug Miss Ilattlo
Mr. JJ. h. Munson, Traoiug Clerk of
ol' tito Georgia railroad, with hoad quart
ors at Augusta, and Mjr. J. W. Munson,
Baggage Mastor botwoeu Charlotto and
Augusta.apeut a wcok rccontly with their
brothor-in-law, Mr. Goo. S. Ogg.
Mr. Wm. llibb, managor of tho South
oin Flour Mills, wishos to buy all tho
good wheat that 1B for salo. At prosout
ho is paying aovonty couta por bushels
Tho mill ia running on full timo and
manufactures tirst class Hour.
Married, at Polzor, on Wodnosday,
July 5, Mr. Oosoph Cobb and Miss.Fannio
Davenport. Thoy arrived boro WodiioB
day ovoning and drovo to tho roaldonob
of tho groom's mother, on Changa. Mr
Cobb is au operativo in tho Walhalla
Cotton Mill and will resido there in tho
i Qoorgo Dowey, Infant SOP? of Mr, and
Mrs. Geo. S. Ogg, who has boon critically
ill during the past Ovo wooka, ia improv
There will bo services in tho Baptist
church noxtSunday. Hov. Frank O'Kelly,
of Mayesvillo, Ga., is oxpeoted to preach
in the morning and evening.
Our friend, Mr. Ciando I,ittlo, wa? over
in White county, Georgia, a fow days
ago. Ho roporls a pleasant visit and
Tho Poden and Andorson Hanking
Company havo orcotcd a very protty and
convenient store houso on tlioir lot on
Main street, lt will bo occupied hy
Cannon &. Smith with a stook of gonoral
merchandise. Mr. J, II. V. Hobson was
tho contractor. Ho pushed tho work so
rapidly that tho building was complotcd
at tho end of six days. It has a tin roof,
which was put on hy Mr. Walter Khyno,
Mr. A. II, Dagnall, wdio taught school
in South Goorgia up to tho first week In
July, is now running hotwoon Charlotto
and Jacksonville as railwaj postal dork.
Prof. Wi A. Dagnall, another son of our
methodist preacher, Hov. Ii. lt. Dagnall,
has stood a successful examination and
has tho promise of a similar position
which ho expects to take charge of in a
short time. His work will probably bo
over tho Southern railway hotwoon At
lanta and Charlotto. Th080 young mon
aro intelligent and highly educated and
aro sure to ho a success in life. Wo hoar
their civil sorvico examinations wore far
above the avorago applicants.
Mr. 1). J. Fant is a Christian engineer
of tho Southern Hallway, and passes
Westminster twelvo times a week hand
ling tho throttlo of tho local freight
engine on his run hotwoon Greenvillo
ami Toceos. Go resides at Greenville.
Mr. Kant lakes advanlago of ovory oppor
tunity of doing good by distributing
tracts, religious books and literature.
Ho contributes largoly of his earnings to
tho various causes at homo and to for
eigh missions. Placed as ho is ho conies
In contact with a great many people, and
tho good ho accomplishes is inestimable,
bast Monday ho discovered two cows on
tho track just outside tho incorporate
limits of Westminster. Tho usual signal
was sounded, hut tho cattle remained on
tho track. Ho was running at full speed,
hut brought his engine to a standstill
and had tho cattle driven off. To ho in
Mr. Pant's company a whilo will convinco
a person that God can bo sorvod as well
on a locomotive as anywhere olso.
Miss Ncllio Mulkey, aged eight y oars,
makes a vory accommodating assistant
in tho post ornoo in thc absence of Miss
Corrio McDowell, who is spondiitg a
month al her homo in Groonvillo county.
Miss McDowell has hoon in tho oflleo
sineo last \rovomher. Ifei friends miss
her very much, hut wish hor a pleasant
vacation and hopo she can ho "Missed"
when she returns.
We hear favorable nows concerning tho
survey of thc Mack Diamond Railroad.
A. D. GOSBKTT.
A Frightful liluudor
Will often canso a horrible burn, scald,
cut or hruiso. Hucklen's Arnica Salvo,
tho best in tho world, will kill the pain
und promptly heal if. (hues old sores,
fover sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns
ind all skin emptions. Heat pilo euro
un earth. Only 25 couts a box. Cure
gunrantood. Sold by all druggists in
DKCATUI?, TBXA8, .Inly Otb, 1800.
Messrs. Editors : I want overyhody
that knows that I was in tho Twenty
Second South Carolina Voluntoor Regi
ment, Company I), to write to mc. I
want to know your address and how
many of you aro alivo. Write mo at
your earliest, convenience, giving mo
your name and post office address plainly
md distinctly written. I am desirous
>f writing to you on special business,
Address ino ns follows:
T. W. SANDFORD,
Decatur, Wisc County, Texas.
OAKWAV, July 12.-Tho Oakway High
School oponed last Monday under tho
ikillful management of Prof. J. S. Jon
Miss Fleta Henry, of Seneca, visited
.ho family of Mr. A. Dearden Saturday
Tho picnio at Marett.'s ford Friday was
m joyed by all who atloudod.
A goodly number of tho boys aro
mending tho wooli, at Walhalla, attorni
Mrs. J. I,, f.fobin has returned home
rom a two weeks' visit in Westminster.
?VI I? N Kidney j umhin preys upon
pl lb* dio mind, (ijscourngoH and
AM |\ lessens ambition; beauty,
. i.1 .VJ ?Igor mid cheerfulness
WY )1VT Iii M >:'1"" '""'id"'111, when tho
1 V.H Kidneys aro ?nt nf order iir
llsonsnd. Ifor I?1ORH|IIK resulta usc Dr. Kilmer'*
I Wanui-Rout i tan great kidney remedy. At drug
lists. Sample holl?n liv mall free: also pamphlet.
uldresM Dr. Kilmer Co., Illngluuuton, N. V,
Fatal Accident at Piodmont.
Au unfortunate and fatal accident
co ureil at Piodmotif on Monday last, hy
fTilol) ono man was instantly killed and
ix others wounded, aevoral of thom
orloudy. Tho accident took placo at
ho now wnrchouBO which is being built
hore, and wa? caused by tho falling of
he middle partition, which caught and
istantly killed George Shelton, of Pol
er, ono of tho workmon, and wounded,
inro op lena seriously, six others who
roro employed on tho building.
immi.i i 'i-."?.?mi II? mm? i i .-J'-1?'
i(\ have used Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine for nervousness brought on by
the msc of tobacco .And too close app?Vi
tion to business, It gave nie proflap',,
relief without leavfrg any unpleasant
effects. The ?suit was beneficial and
lasting. I heartily endorse it."
?3 sold by nil druggists on gunrnntec,
first bottle benefits or money back.
Book on heart nnd nerves sent free.
Dr. Miles Modical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
Tho Rowland Rounion.
We wore dollghted to moot so many of
tho descendants of tho Rowland family
at tho reunion on tho fourth. A nico
dinner waa served and nil pronont cor
dially invited to partake of tho ologaut
ropast. Messrs. C. E. Gaillard, IK R.
Westmorland, Wm. Lindsay and othorB
spared no pains in seeing thnt nil pros- i
ont wore plentifully supplied with re
To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rowland olovon ;
children wore born-.six sons and ilvo
daughters. Tho surviving children aro ilvo j
daughters and ono son. Six sons wont
to tho Confederate war. W. T. Rowland
entered tho service of his country with
tho first Tonncsseo regiment, May 1st,
18(51, and died May Si, 18(11, of measles.
S. 0. Rowland volunteered in Orr's regi
ment July, .1801, and died in 1802 at
Richmond, Va., of fovor. IL D. Rowland
volunteered in Orr's regiment in 1801 and
died in December, 1880. Ho wnssovcroly
wounded in tho head, tho wound ulti
mately remitting in his death. W. P.
Rowland wont to tho war in 1802 and
died in Juno, 1872. J. T. Rowland wont ,
into tho sorvko with tho 10-ycar-old boys,
carno homo in March, 1805, and died on
tho 20th of M^;*?l: from a rolapso.of
measles. C. A. Rowland voluntonrod in ;
dofonso of his country In .July, 1801, in
Orr's regiment, but his health being
impaired hy inflammatory rheumatism
and a complication of diseases, would
not permit him to remain in tho service.
Ho returned homo disabled and has novcr
sinco enjoyed good health. Tho six sons
wore novor known to ho under tho infill
onco of whiskey boforo tho war.
Fifty-live grandchildren and thirty-live
great-grandchildren aro ing.
Miss Flora Rocso wa., u great-grand
daughter of Gen. Pickcnn, and was mar
ried to Wm. Rowland many years ago.
Shu was a woman of many noblo trails
of character and was nu affectionate
mother. Sho died January 7, 1804, aged
eighty-two years. Her husband was a
man holovod by ovoryhody who know
him. Ho spout tho groator part of his
lifo in Oconoo county, and diod March
.'JO, 1801, aged oightv-throo years.
Tho day was a pleasant ono for every
one and will long bo romomhorod hy all
who woro so fortunato as to attend this
happy reunion. About two hundred
poisons woro present.
About 4 o'clock tho crowd bogan to
disporso, and all rotiirnod to their ro
spootivo homos in tho best of spirits.
Tho ontiro neighborhood of tho Row
land homestead will ho glad to wolcomo
another reunion ol tho family with thoir
many friends at any time.
J. IL OANTKKI.I,.
Hobbed tito (Jrayo.
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was tho
subject, is narrated hy him ns follows:
"I vas in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was almost yellow, oyes sunkon,
tongue coated, pain eontiually in hack
ami sides, no appetite-gradually grow
ing woakor day by day. Throo physi
cians had given nu, up. Fortunately, a
friend advised trying 'Klootrio Uittors,'
and to my groat joy and surprise, tho
(li st bottle mado a decided improvement.
1 continued thoir uso for throo wooks
and am now a well man. I know thoy
saved my lifo and robbed tho gravo of
another victim. No ono should fail to
try them. Only 50 couts por bot i hs at
all drug stores in tho county.
Union Mooting al Toxnway.
Programme of tho Union mooting at
Toxaway (second district) on tho fifth
Sunday in July, commencing Friday
Friday morning at 11 o'clock, sermon
by Rov. P. J. Virmilltop.
Afternoon-First query: What is tho
duties of each indi vidual i.iombor to his
church? When havo I put. my light
under a bushol? IL S. O'Kolloy.
Second query: What, damagos aro wo
liablo to sustain by tho efforts put forth
by thoso Morin?.ii Biders (so called) going
through our country? Rov. P J. Vir
Saturday morning. Moot at 10 o'clock.
Devotional half hour.
Third query: Why should we bo moro
deeply interested in tho education of our
children? J. A. Voylos.
Sermon at 11 o'clock.
Fourth query: What offert should bo
put forth to create moro brotherly love
in our churches. P, P, Sullivan.
Sunday morning.- Sunday school nd
[lroSS nftor Sunday school by Rov. P. J.
Sermon at 11 o'clock.
H. c. SMITH, for Committee.
Person? troubled with diarrhoea will
io Interested in tho exporlonoo of W. M.
Hush, dork of Hotol Dorranoo, Provl
lonco, R.I. Ho says: "For soveral yoars
havo boon almost a constant sufvOror
rom diarrhoea, tho frequent attacks
loinplotcly prostrating-me and rendor
ng mo unlit foi my duties at this hotel,
Vbotit two years ago a traveling snlos
nnn kindly gave mo a small bottlo of
/hamborlatn'a ('olio, (/'hulera und Dlnr
ho>a Remedy, Much to my surprise
nd delight Hs offeots woro immediate
Vhonovor I felt symptoms of tho disenso
would fortify myself ngnlimt tho attaok
v I th a few doses of this vnluublo remedy.
Tho result has boon very satisfaotory and
iliuiist completo relio? from tho milic
ien." For ?nie hy J. W. Roll, Walhalla;
V. J. Lunney, Seneca; H. t?, Zimmer
Making Satisfied Patrons.
. Selling tko gooda atprloesthat aro ohcerf ully paid lg the way \?o condnot
business hore. No mafcior now low in prloo we may seouro tho lt om, nor how for
tunato the purchase, it's always offered you with but our regular margins added
iud the advantage is always passed along to you. The prosperity of our customers
ind the suoceas ut this store aro along the same lines-faots that we always kvep
In mind when our goods.are being marked.
You'll Find Them Right
Acknowledged leaders in their particular line-just as wo desire, with every
?tom odored. This QUALITY feature is but ono of their attraotiooB-there's a
winning tone to tho pricos-a feature ot our sto'ro that always appeals to oaroful
Perfect Gobion Patent and Harvost King Flour, Java, Mooha and Java sind
Rio Coffoes, Breakfast Bacon, Ilams, Bonolcss Hams, Piouic HaniB, Granulated
Sugar, Brown Sugar, Fronoh, Mixed and Stick Gandy, Louions, eco.
-IRISH POTATOES AND VEGETABLES
. A? tS
THE POPULAR PRICE STORE.
. LESLY & CO
THE CUT-PRICE CASH STORE.
ll ICT Dr/MTIVICn I Another lot of CLOTH TENNIS
JU O I fl bvLI VtU ? SHOES; also Men's and Ludios* Bolts.
. . . .
Still a full lino of Ladies' Gau/.o Vesta
in stook. This wook wo got in anothor
lot of MEN'S GAUZE SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
Balo of BoBt S Island..fio. por yard.
Caso Ball Thrcd.10 balls for Bo.
AU Light Calle?os...'. !<., por yard.
WE STILL GIVE YOU MORE GROCERIES FOR THE MONEY
THAN ANYBODY ELSE.
w. D. immisW A co.?
WESTMINSTER, S. C.
Flvo-Gallon Safoty Oil Can. Warranted not to run a lamp ovor. Call and
In Shoos wo aro offoring somo good values at fiO couts to $:l por pair. Not
tdd stock, but good olid Shoos.
In Dross QOOI.B wo can ploaso you from a 5-cont Lawn to a 50-cent Black
Sorgo or Cashmore
You havo to seo our goods to npprociato tho values w i Aro oft'oring. Wo aro
not selling at cost, but will convlnco you that our store la *m pince to got bargains.
Can't moulien ovorything, but will take pleasuro in showing you and quoting
Fruit Jars, Jolly Tumblers. Straw and Crash Hats, Fans, Summor Undor
vests, Silk Mitts, ?fcc, at roasonablo prices.
CCj^'Call ofton. Wo approoiato your trado.
Lowery, Byrd & Co.,
SENECA, S). C.
Bcavordam Baptist Association.
SENECA, S. C., July 7, 1800,
Hy an arrangement between tho Fan t'a
Grovo church and tho Seneca church and
hy eonsont of tho Executive Committoo,
tho next meeting of tho Hoavordam
Baptist AsBooiation will bo hold at tho
Seneca church at tho regular timo.
S. C. SMITH,
M. A. TBIIRKTX.
A. P. MABBKTT,
Tho railroad miloago in tho South baa
incrcaaod two and a half timon nineo July
lat, 1880. Then wo had about 21,000
milos, now wo havo 52,000.
r\.... i-?..: - ^
\j>ui ri iccS
and Styles on
are not to be
lat. Our atook ia complote. You
can find any Stylo, Shape and
Frico you may want.
2d. Wo liamllo only Gooda of CBtab
ll8hod worth, and novor lot a
"shoddy" shoo como in tho house
if wo know it.
kl. Our pricos aa low as any repu
table house in business, ?nd you
may depend on getting your
money's worth ovory timo.
For the Baby,
For the Ladies,
For Young Men,
For Old Men,
)on't miss our sales on STRAW
HATS. Yon can buy thom cheap
and nono reserved.
SENECA. S. C.
P? 8.-Don't fall to supply yourself
ol lars now.
(lents? l?uro Linen Collara, Ile. ca.oh$
Ladles* Collat*, le, eaeh i Cuffs, 2c*
Dr. G. G. Probst,
Walhalla, S. C.
3fllco two Doors East of Bank,
Houns : 8.30 A. H. TO 1 1*. M. AN? 2 TO 6
Marou 24, 1808.
[Xot ico of Kaindi Set
tlement ttiicl IJMs
oil il 1*^ 0.
NOTICIO ?B horoby given that tho un
dersigned will mako application to
[). A. Smith, Esq., .Indgo of Probato
or Oconce county, in tho State of South
karolina, at his oillco at Walhalla Court
llouHO on Saturday, tho 22d day of
July, 181)0, at ll o'clock in tho foro
?oon, or OK soon thorcaftor aa said ap
plication can bo heard, for loavo to mako
Inal sel I lenient of tho ostato of Dr.
[J. ll. Johnson, deceased, and foi- fin; t
lischargo as Kxcoutrix of said ostato.
MUS. MARV E. JOHNSON,
Executrix of Batato of Dr. Ti. Ii. John
Juno 22, 1800. 25-20.
YOU givo your houso and farm a good
cleaning up every spring. Why not
??VO yourself ono, too? Your systom
leeds it after going through tho bad win
ker season as much as your houso doos.
Wo havo tho Medicino that does tho
ivork, and docs it well, too. It contains
n ovcry bottlo all of tho host Drugs
mown to bo useful as systom-ronovntors.
:;omo and seo, and lot us show it to you,
tad common sonso will do tho rest.
All it costs is fiOo. and OOo. a bottlo.
Von can't afford to do without it.
And if yon aro just getting ovor tho
jrlp wo can holp you in that, too.
It costs us nothing to show you our
Medicines-in fact, WO tako pleasure
il ways in doing it.
SENECA, S. C.
JUi soon bo opened, and T havo all
ho munitions of war, all tho host for
nidas for preparing insecticides, spray
ng mixturos, ftc Tho Hist thing to
bink of is "HugDoath." I will soil you
ho material and tell you how to uso it.
My stock of Drugs and Druggist's Bull
irles is always complete.
J. H. DARBY,
nt\?i s 3
[ HAVE opened up a fhst-jlass Biaok
L smith and Whcel-wrlght Shop in
Valhalla and am prepared to do ail
iuds of ropalrlng, such as Buggies.
arrlagoB, Wagon?, Horso-shooing, ft?.
Special attontlon given to repairing
lachlnory of all kinds.
Painting a speolalty.
Now work mado to ordor.
AU work gnarai.tecd satisfactory.
Oivo mo a call. Respectfully,
J. E. SMITH.
Below Potts' Stahle,, near Depot.
May !, 1800, * Vm