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That is, whon ono fools that the linn
auco is on the proper side of tho ledger,
you've tho host of the struggle-thai you'
Hight buying in the home needs is
important part in your suocess.
Buying boro moans that you will ge
tho qualities you got aro thoso that are th
My teas will please you.
My Boasted Coffoos-at 20 and 80 oe
My Apricots, Tablo and Plo Poaohoi
my Grntod Pineapples.
You kn?w what tho Royal, Oood Li
I havo thom, so soud mo your order.
Womi mia Hfrmawd.
-Look out for our advertisement noxtl
weok. Cash Unrgaln Store.
-leo! icol loot only <10 couts p?v huu-|
died at j. H. Darby's.
-Horn, to Mr. and Mis. H. Kauf mam.,
on Saturday, -tilly SO, a baby giri.
-Mrs. W. M. Holdon, of Danville, is |
visiting her blstor, Mrs. S. L. Wilso , in
Walhalla this wook.
-Mr. W. II. Crawford, of Martin, Ga,,
is visiting his sistor, Mrs. Malinda Vor-1
nor, and family, in Walhalla, this wook.
-Soo tho now ndvortisomont of F. IL
Carter, of West Union. Goods at and I
below cost. Go and soo him and you
will savo monoy.
-Hov. H. L. Hogors will bogin a sorios j
of protracted meetings at Hicliland Pres
byterian ohuroh on noxt Friday and con
tinuo until .Sunday.'
-You can always got ico on Sunday
from 1? to 10.30 o'clock A. M. at J. II.
-Messrs. Goo. Siugloton and S. II.
Hillman, of this county, havo made ap
plication for onlistmont in tho regular
United States army.
-Miss Hettie Crisp spout sovcral days
at Connoross last week visiting tho fam
ily of Mr. M. A. JnO'orson and attending
tho protracted mooting at that plnoo.
-Two llratolass houses to rent. Ono
has three rooms, tho othor four. Apply
to T. E. Al.KXANDKU.
-Mr. W. Ii. Gibson, of Columbia, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. A.
H. Gibson, this wook. "H?ls" many
trienda aro always glad to wolcomo him
to his old homo.
- 11 cult h for ton cont?. Cascarela
make tho bowels and kidneys act natur
ally, destroy microbes, ouro headache,
biliousness and constipation. All drug
-Hov. H. L. Hogors conducted a pro
tracted mooting at 1 ?cllid Presbyterian
church last wook, concluding on Sunday.
There were two accessions to tho mem
bership of tho church.
-Mrs. Elford and her daughter, Miss
Georgia Elford, and Miss Georgia Hums,
of Charleston, arrived in Walhalla last
week and will spend tho summer boro in
thoir cottage on Main street
-Tho annual cataloguo o" Clemson
Collcgo is ready for distribution. A copy
will bo sont to any address upon appli
cation to President Ilart/.og, Clemson
Collogo, S. C.
-Picketts Sentinel, August 2: "Ezra,
the six-months-old soii of Hov. C. L.
Craig, died at thoir homo, near Soncca,
last week and was buried at Griffin
church tho day following his death."
-Mr. and Mrs. Ooo. P. Boozer, of
Newberry county, aro visiting her pa
ronts, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Burley, near
Walhalla. Mr. Boozer is ono of Now
berry's most energetio and suocesstnl
-Mr. .Jas. L. Hurley left last wook for
Nashville, Tonn., whero ho has entered
tho Draughon's Business Collogo and will
spend six months taking a courso in
book-kooping. His many friends wish
bim much success.
-A few pair of slippers loft worth from
75 eonts to $1.60, willoh will go for tho
noxt ten days for 2? to ?0 couts at tho
('ash Bargain Storo.
-Mrs. John J. Ansel left Tuesday
morning for Greenville, whero she will
visit the family of Solicitor M. P. Ansel.
Sho was accompanied by Master Claborn
Ansel, of Greenville, who has boen
spending some weeks in Walhalla as
-Deputy Sheri IT H. H. Moss returned
from Atlanta Tuesday morning and
brought back Alex. Wliite and Isaac Tor
roll, both colored, who aro wanted for
breaking into tho storo of Mr. L. C.
Craig, at Seneca, last winter. They wore
lodged in jail.
-Wc will givo you bettor bargains than
you over had before in clothing, shoos,
hats and gents' furnishing goods at tho
(/'ash Bargain Storo.
- vVo havo recoived a catalogue of Fur
man University, which shows' tho best
year for tho College which has boon In
many, and tho prospects aro bettor for
noxt. year. Wo iiavo some copies of the
cataloguo which wo will hand out to any
ono interested in tho Collogo. Our Bap
tist brethren should show their interest
in this progressive school.
-Buy your ico from J. II. Darby--10
cents per 100 pounds. Loss th n 100
pounds, 50 cents.
-Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ratliff O and their
littlo son. of Anderson, have been spend
ing a fow days in Walhalla, visiting Mr.
N. L. Kant and family. Mr. Ratliff o'B
health has hoon poor this summer and
his family physician has advised him to
seek our tine mountain climate as often
as his business will permit for recupera
tion and rest.
-Go to J. & J. S. Car tor'8 to buy your
groceries and can floods. They also sell
tho famous "Lakoside" ham. .
-Anderson Advocate, July ?ll : "Sarah
Lon, the two months old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Elolloman, ?lied in this
city/Saturday night and was buried yes
terday afternoon at 5 o'clock, the funeral
sorvioos hoing conducted at.the rosidonco
by Hov. J. N. II. Summoroll. Those pa
ronts will reeoivo tho sympathy of thoir
friends in this bereavement which takes
away their only daughter."
-You will be agreeably surprised in
bringing mo your prescriptions to seo
the caro 1 take in Idling them. This is
ono work of tho druggist that must be
carefully attended to. No matter whoso
blank your prescription is written on,
bring it to me and have it lilied with tho
freshest and purest drugs to bo had.
Anything in tho drug line at Lunuuy's,
Seneca, South Carolina.
--The Daily Times, an afternoon paper,
mado its appearance in Greenville last
Monday afternoon, lt will bo published
evory afternoon, except Sunday, by tho
Times Publishing Company. Is is a
noway sheet and wo hopo to soo it suc
ceed. Greenville is a live, bustling town,
and tho faot of two daily papers hoing
published thcro demonstratea it? ; .lui
mees are well lr? hand-wheu tho bal
Thore'e a poouUar satlsfootlou in fooling
ve turned the corner that leads to hap
what gives you longest Hits-ls a moBt
t your goods at a reasonable profit, and
mts a pound-will make a oup you will
? aro of a quality surpassed by none ; also
mk and Froo Sllvor Baking Powders aro.
-Dr. J. J. Tliode spont Saturday in
-"Tho Dutchman's Ploulo," a farce In
ono aot, by the Walhalla Comedy Com
pany, Friday night, August 11th.
-Don't fall to soo "Mr. Bob" Friday
night, August 11th, at Pltohford's Opera
llouso. You will oortalnly onjoy lt
-Mrs. C. J. Thompson and ohildvcn,
of Groonvillo, S. C., will s pond tho month
of August with tho family of Col. Hobt.
-Mrs. G. A. Taylor r-id daughter, Car
no, loft this morning !or Port Tampa
City, Fla., thoir homo, af tor spending
sovoral months visiting aor mother, Mrs.
"nthorino Smith, noar Walhalla.
-Wo havo recolvod from Col. Thomas
W. Holloway, soorotary, tho promium
list of tho thirty-first annual fair ci tho
State Agricultural and Mechanical Soci
ety, to bo hold at Columbia, S. C., No
vomhoi (Ith to tOth, 1801).
-Mr. J. E. Novillo, o? AtltV?t?, and
Capt. J. C. Novillo and daughter, Miss | f
.lannie, of Wost Union, loft last Tuesday
for an outing hi tho mountains. Thoy 1 f
will visit rolativos hi Habitu county, | c
Georgia, and Franklin, N. C.
-Mr. D. Habous wont to Charleston
last wcok to bring his son, Mr. Harry
Babona, who has boon quito sick forsomo
time, to Walhalla to recuperate. Ho ls | \
still vory sick, but thought to bo Improv
ing. Ho is suh'oring from fovor. ^
-Tho "Sublime and Ridioulous," a ]
rip roaring farco in ono aot, will bo pro- 1
sooted by tho Walhalla Comedy Com- *
pany Friday night, August 11th. Don't ^
fail to soo it if you want to onjoy a good
-McsBrs. Amos Sadlor, Hugh Hollo
man, Goo. Koith, Turnor Kay, John
Windhorn, Josso Maxwell, William r
Stribling and W. J. ("Poto") Schroder 1
aro out on a trip to tho mountains this f
week "Houghing lt." ^
-Hov. N. G. Hnllongor, of Granitovillo, <
passed through Walhalla last night on 1
his way to tho homo of Mr. S. A. G. J
ll erndon, near Mountain Heat, whoro J
ho will join Mrs. Hnllongor and children, n
who aro spending tho summer at thip
famous resort. '
-At tho regular monthly mooting of
tho County Hoard of Commissioners on '
Tuesday last Major W. J. Stribling ton- 1
dorod his resignation as dork of tho fi
board. It was accepted, and Mr. W. O. *
White olocted clork. This is a good (
selection. Mr. White will make a com- \
potent clork. f
-Mr. W. E. Gaillard, wife and son, 1
Ernest, of Piedmont, passed through v
Walhalla to-day on routo to Highlands i
and Cashier's Valley. Thoy will spond I
a week recuperating at these promiuont
mountain resorts. Mr. Gaillard is a
promiuont merchant of Piedmont, hav- i
ing given up tho printing business a year 11
ago and declared his "freedom."
-Many people, both white and col- ^
orod, will sympathize with Bonbon 1
Koith, an industrious negro, who I?VCB I
near Wost Union, in his soro aflliction. *
Ho had tho misfortune of losing a grown /,
daughter laBt Saturday, death being
caused from typhoid fovor. Yesterday <
his wife, Coba, died from tho same dis- j
iso. Ho has a grown son, who, it is (
thought, cannot live but a fow days. i
-Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Luba and their J
granddaughter, Mina Isabolla Young, t
arrived in Walhalla last night and will j
spond t'jr summer at Mr. John Rose's. <
Mr. LJ'K makes this his summering J
point regularly, and has spent somo ?
months in Walhalla ovory summer for ^
many years, with tho exception of la?t I
year, whoo ho and his good wifo visited '
Europe. Mr. Lube's homo is in t
Georgetown, S. C. 1
-Mr. William Lawson, of Abbovillo, C
S. C., is visiting Mr. Goo. H. Pockhain J
and family, of Walhalla. Mr. Lawson (
bolds tho responsible position of book- f
keeper in the largo morcantilo Orin of
Aug. W. Smith & Co. Ho has a vacation '
of two wooks from hi? arduous and ex
acting duties and wo fool sure that thom ^
is no hotter placo to tako a rest than j
Walhalla. It is certain that our young (
friend will enjoy himself hero. j
-For oils, paints, glass and putty go ,
lo J. ife J. S. Carter's, Westminster, S. C. '
-A party of ladies and gentlemen from [
Tokeonn passed through Walhalla last
Friday on their way to tho mountains for
a camping tour of ton days. Tho party
was composed of Mr. C. T. Phillips and
daughter, Miss Bessie, Misses Cordoba
Boardon, Kdna and Mary Gantt, Eunice
and Mando Zachary, and Messrs. J. H.
Zachary, W. J. McLoskoy and J. H.
Zachary, Jr. Thoy paid ns a ploasant
call in tho evening boforo rosuming their
-"Old Timo" whito lead, host on tho
market, always on hand at J. & J. S.
('arter's, Weslm histor, S. C.
-The reunion of Orr's Kogimoiit will
tako placo at Sandy Springs on Tuesday
and Wednesday, tho 15th and 10th days
of August. This promises to bo ono of
tho most notablo reunions tho survivors
havo had, as Dr. McBrydo ls to doli vor a
mon orial tribute to Mrs. Orr, and Con.
H. It. 11 cm phill, of Abbovillo, has prom
ised to bo present and dollvor amomorial
address in honor of Col. G. McDuOlo
Miller. The survivors of tho rogimont
aro earnestly requested to bo present and
the survivors of other commands aro in
vited to bo present. The occasion prom
ises to ho a raro ono.
-Boforo buying soo our buggies,
wagons, harness, laprobos. Wo carry a
complote lino. J. &? J. S. Carter, West
minster, S. C.
-Mr. P. II, Burley, Chairman of tho
Wa Mialla lia i .I isl Comotory Comiuittoo,
desires all persons interested to moot on
next Monday morning at an oarly hour
for tho purpose of cleaning off tho como
toiy and putting tho grounds in first
class condition. F.aoh ono will hiing
auitablo tools to work with. Those
having their dead burled the^o, and not
members ot thochnroh, ca^i ol thor Bond
a hand to work -v pay/for tho Bamo.
Mr. Burley urges all ; oifsons Interested
to bo prompt in attohivpco ifrfitfshow
their love and rcspcctjflfc^tLflHLL>i"g
dead by this labor
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-Look out for n big lot of clothing
oxtwook whloh 5s going to bo Bold
h o ?MI cr than o vor. Cash Bargain Store.
-Attention IB oallod to tho advorttse
ucut of the Walhalla High Sohool. Tho
ilnth session of this sohool will opon
?optombor 4th, 1801?. Prof. Jamos M.
?OBB, Prinoipnl, will spare no pains to
nuke bin school worthy of tho put roi ..?o
>t the public The sohool building has
teen enlarged and the teaching oorps in*
roused to insure most careful attention
o every pupil. Mr. Moss has had
ovoral years experience in tho achoo)
oom aud is a popular and (JUCCCSB?UI
NEW GRASS SEEDS.
CLOVER, LAWN, ORCHARD,
KENUTCKY BLUE GRASS SEEDS.
-All Varieties of
Ou Monday Mr. Jamos R. Frloks, son
if Et, T. Frloks, while ohopping wood,
>y a mist uko, out off tho first and socond
oo of ono of his foot.
Mr. II. A. II. Gibson lins mox o? his
took of gooda from tho atoro room ?or
norly occupied by bini to tho old Reid
tanti, corner Main and Tugaloo streets,
md now occupies tho large and comino
lions briok storo room routed from
&CSS7S. J. W. Ho?leman II, Pi A bl
inder. Mr. Gibson ?B delighted with his
low quarters and ls doing a good bust*
toss. ITc carries a full lino of staple and
'ancy groceries, notions, etc., ami sella
.heap for tho cash.
.isl ol Letiors.
Tho following is a list of lottoiB ro
nalning uncalled for in tho Walhalla
tost oftlco for tho month ending July 81:
tliss Rosio Bragg, Mrs. W. K. Mulkoy,
Hrs. Carolino Langstroo, J. T. Liddoll
2), W. E. Hunt, W. T. Croighton, J. M.
loward, .John Samson, .lames Osborn,
talph Maddorson, J. T. Osborn, Leo
tatterson (2). Poisons calling for any
?f tho above letters will ploaso say that
hoy aro advertised.
J. M. MKMUOK, P. M.
?ill Cutting Up Stills.
Last Friday Deputy Marshals Corbin
ind MoKinnoy and Coiioctor Merrick out
ip a largo distillory nour Whetstone and
Io8troyod a copper still and outfit mid
i largo quantity of bear and mash and
on gallons of liquor. Lator in tho day
?n Changa crook, thoy destroyed another
argo distillery, copper still and outtlt.
i largo amount of boar and mash, and
hhty gallons of liquor. John and
tobt. Cobo, Jr., woro arrested in tho
till on Chunga.
i Distinguished Speaker.
itov. Dr. Edward Thomson, of At
anta, Ca., will niako a visit lo Walhalla
loxt Sunday in tho interest of tho Lea
?no of Amorioa, an incorporated asso
ciation, whoso object is to direct tho nt
ontion of tho peoplo to Sunday as a day
>f rest, and to work In various ways in
iresorving such a day as a permanent
oaturo of our civilization. Tho Sunday
.?oaguo has tho largest membership of
iiiy Sunday observance society in the
vorld. Dr. Thomson is tho gonoral
nnnagor of tho loaguo, and Bishop W. W.
hincan ls ono of tho directors.
Dr. Thomson is an oloquont spoakbr.
md is highly ondorsed by distinguished
non thoroughout tho country as prcsont
ng tho subject of his locturo in powerful
md masterly argumont and impressive
bought. Ho will proach in tho Wal
lalla Methodist ohurch noxt Sunday
norning at eleven o'clock, and in tho
laptist church Sunday evening at half
last eight o'clock. Tho public is cor
lially invited to both services.
t Now Flouring Mill.
Messrs. C. R. D. Burns and W. A.
strother havo rocontly completed a now
louring mill at tho Burns mill site on
Jain brook, nour Wost Union. It is what
s known as thu burr mill and is turning
nit tho finest product of Hour. Tho
atest appliances have boon put in and
.ho mnohinory is thoroughly up to dato.
Hr. Burns has ohargo as malinger and
ielights to servo his frionds and many
sustomors. Wo had tho ploasuro of go
ng through tho mill Tuesday morning
md Bcoing it running. Mr. Burns cnn
mit tho most fastidious in tho quality of
lour which ho turns out. Every cus
tomer gots Hour from his own wheat,
md this is a mattor of sntisfuction to
.hoso who have lino grain. Tho mill
ins been running about ton days and tho
tustom is growing rapidly. Messrs.
Innis and Strother havo supplied a long
olt want in tin, community for a good
louring mil) md aro to bo commended
or their ontc-. prise.
leavordam Baptist Association.
Tho noxt mooting of tho Hcuvordam
baptist Association will convono with
the Seneca Baptist church on noxt Tucs
lay, tho 8th instant, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Phis association is composed of somo
thirty odd Baptist churches, most of
which aro located in Oconco county.
Tho churchos composing the association
?avo an aggrogato membership of some
thing noar twenty-fivo hundred, tinder
tho basis of representation tho delogatos
,vlll bo from 126 to 160.
Tho body meets this year at a point
'avorablo for tho attendance of somo of
tho shining lights in tho Baptist denoini
?ation, anti tho fact that it is one of tho
iiflt associations to moot during tho
fear makos tho session an interesting
me to Baptists all over the Stato.
Many questions of religious interest
viii bo considered, and for this reason
t is desirous that the attomlancu be full.
Seneca is a good and livo placo. Tliero
uo many hospitable peoplo thoro, and,
therefore, wo bespeak a good time for
.ho dologalos and visitors who attond.
.octuro hy Mr. Jaynos.
Ono of the vory best of tho lectures to
which tho toachors had tho ploasuro of
istoning was that made last Thursday
woning by Mr. R. T. Jaynos.
At tho beginning, occasion was lakon
to spoak In appropriately appreciative
words of tho work dono by Profs. Hughes
md McNeill. Mr. .faynos said tho teachers
of tho county woro proud to bo pupils of
inch thoroughly equipped and dovoted
Tho noble work of tho true toaehoi
was spoken of as sooond only to pleadi
ng tho Cospel.
Education is of two kinds-liboral and
irofossional. At tho completion of a
ichool course tho student is but just
.cady for tho commoncemont of tho
icquisition of knowledge
Education is an ossontial elomont with
tho poor. Tho/, loss than others, can
ilford to bo without its bonoilts; for by
t thoy aro rondored moro capablo of
This thoughtful address of Mr. Jaynos
sontained many oxcellent point?, show
ng tho spoakor to bo a man of dcop
Tho muslo by Miss McCullough's or
ihestra, and tho eornot selections of
Prof. Hughes, accompanied on tho piano
>y Miss Stock, woro much enjoyed, ns on
)ther occasions during tho Institute.
M. K, S,
CAN (DY CATHARTIC .
Superintendent MoMahan's Address. j
On last Friday ovoning State Superin
tendent of Kducat?ou John J. MoMnbnn,
or G'oiumb*^ dotivorod a? address bofor-?5
Ibo Ooonco County Teachers' Institute
and conoluded tho exorcises of tho sos
sion. " Ho 8tros8od tho iiuportauoo of
froo public sobools and the nature of the
odui acion to bo Imparted In them. Ho
wanto to soo thu public funda wisely ex
pended, tho sobools made better, and
every olv'.ld urfordod tho very best posai
bio advantages for obtaining an ?duca
tion. Hs thinks tho country school dis
trlop? in Ci any instauocs ar? too ?mall,
and tho sobools could bo Improved by
combining two or throo distrlots and
having ono high grado oentral school.
Ho thinks the obildron cnn walk throo,
four or live mi'os to Bohool, if nioSssary,
in ordor to h uv -J longer tor inn iv id bettor
sobools in tho country distrlots. For tho
town of Walhalla, he advocated a graded
sohool. Ho w; not very censiderato of
the toaohors ot tho sobools wo already
havo, sayings "it is bettor to havo ono
f;ood sohool than throe poor onoB." Hut
io, perhaps, did not mean any disrospoot
for the onpablo toaohors In ouargo of tho
sobools Iii Walhalla; and having arrived
in Walhalla so short a timo boforo ho
epoko, he had not gaiuod full and noon
rate information os to tho nature of tho
work done in tho eohoolo now in success
Mr. MoMahan is doing a noblo work
for tho sobools of tho State, ard to bim
is due thu orodic for having tho County
Toaohors' Institute to run this year four
weeks instead o2 one, ira horototoio. . Ho
is giving hi? vory host thought to tho
improvement of tho froo Bohool system.
In tho conduct of tho county institutes
ho has proourcd tho sorvicos of tho fore
most oduoatoiB, and ho bolioves that
groat and porraauont good will bo accom
plished by tho holp nuordod tho toaohors
in theso suruuior sohoolB.
Tho W. D. Smith Mu*aon~
In last wook's Co UBIRR We gave a short
account of tho murder of Mr. W. D.
Smith, formerly of Walhalla, in Mon
tana. No further particulars havo bcon
iocoived by v.r.. We make the following
extracts from Montana papora concern
ing tho unfortunate tragedy. Tho Liv
ingston Enterprise says:
"Tho coroner's inquest upon tho body
of William I). Smith, who was shot oii
tho 12th of .July by H?here Stevens, con
cluded its labors Friday ovoning of last
wook. Little additional light was thrown
upon tho fact? surrounding thc tragody,
and upon tho ovidonco, substantially as
stated in last week's Kntorpriso, f lio jury
returned tho following vordiot: 'Wo,
tho jury ompanolod to look into tho cause
of tho (loath of William Smith, ibid that
said William Smith carno to his duath by
a gunshot wound caused by Hod Stovons
on tho 12th day of July, 1800.' "
Tho Livingston Post gives tho follow
ing facts: "A writ of habeas corpus was
secured Saturday to roqulro tho State tc
admit Hob Stevens, who killed William
Smith on July 12th, to bail. Tho pur
poso of tho writ was offoctcd, and Judge
Henry fixed tho bail at $20,000, and
Stovons' friends say that tho amount
will bo forthcoming ns a surety for hh
appearance for trial at tho Sopiomboi
torin of Court. Stovons says no shot
Smith in solf-dofouso whilo Smith wat
trying to do him bodily harm, usine
rookB as weapons of offense. Smith'i
horse, which ran away after its ownoi
dropped with a bullet in his heurt, wai
found last week and tho saddlo is said tx
bo stained with blood. This loads U
tho holiof that Smith was in tho ?addle
when shot and m?y put his slayer in ;
br d light boforo tho jury."
Closo of tho Teachers' Instituto.
Tho exorcises of tho Oconoo Count]
Teachers' Instituto woro brought to i
close last Friday, aftor a session of fou
weoks. Tho last day was dovotod to ox
aniiuation. Tho enrollment during tin
session reached fifty-one, and twonty-llv
stood tho dual oxamiuatioiiB.
Fivo renewals of first-grad o cortilieate
woro recommended as follows: M?SBO
Kate J. Stock, Olivo C. Hicks and Horti
Smith, Messrs. J. M. Moss and J. W
Soven stood examinations ontitliii|
thom to first-grndo cortitlcatos as follows
Missos Ida McCollough, Colostino Mc
Collough, Hattie Hollo McCollough
Anna Torhuno, Mary Swann, Cor
Strong and Pinuba bumpkin.
Twelve Btood satio.Vetory examina
tioiis, making abovo fifty por cont on al
studies, vi/.. : Misses Lizzie Smith, Mir
nio Putledgo, Anno Heihle, Jossio Stril
ling, Eva Alexander, Elvira Aloxandoi
Grace Thompson, Nollie Harris, Carri
Kuommoror, Hello Sponcor and Holl
Hoardou, and Mr. G. F. Fullor.
Profs. McNeill and Hughes conductc
tho exorcises in a masterly manner t
tho closo, and won for themselves goble
opinions as capable, earnest and onthus
astic teachors. lt is ovidont that the
did excollovt work for tho toaohors t
Oconoo and many regrot? woro expresse
when tho hour for parting arrived.
Prof. G. ll. MoNoill loft Friday nigl
for his homo at Lafayotto, Ala., whithc
ho was called on account of tho prosser
of business for tho collcgo over which li
presides. During his lour weeks' sta
in Walhalla ho made many warm friend)
Ho is a gentleman of true culture, oxn(
loaming and affable manners.
Prof. li. L. Hughes loft Saturday mon
mg for his homo in (?roonvilln, whoro li
is now engaged in holding the Groonvill
Toaohors' Instituto. Ho is suporintoiu
ont of tho graded school of Orconvill
mid a teacher of rare attainment?. Ho
an enthusiast in his profession, and h
intonso lovo for the work inspires ontln
siasm in others. He is endowed by natui
with a high ordor of talent, and h
learning is varied and profound. ll
niado a mor', favorable impression on a
who came tv) know him during his std
in Walhalla. Ho was accompanied t
Mrs. Hughes during his ongagoinont her
Her onso and graco of manners mac
her quito popular, and she numbers lu
friends by tho score.
Farmers' Mutual Insuranco Company.
Tho stockholders of tho Farmors' M
tuai Insuranco Association of Oconi
county hold their annual mooting in tl
Court IIOUBO on Tuesday morning,
largo majority of the Block of tho coi
pany was represented and a goodly mu
bor of tho mombors of tho Assooiatic
was pi JBcnt in person to nssist in tl
Aftor tho consideration of some ro
tino business a resolution was offen
looking to tho fixing of a rcasonab
salary of the Presidont, Soorotary, Trott
uror and Agont and the Directors. lier
tofore thoro has boen no salary fixed f
tho Presidont. After somo discussion
salary of ono hundred dollars was ngro<
on for the Presidont and ono dollar p
day and five cents per milo for travel f
Directors whon on tho business of tl
J. J. Hallengor was ro-oloctod Prei
dont, J. H. Sanders was ro-olooted Soci
tary, Troasuror and Agent.
Tho following gentlomon woro elect
For Wagoner Township-J. I). MoM
han and T. I). Aloxandor.
For Seneca Township-W. A. Harri
and John Myora.
For (Jenter Township-W. M. Prov
and C G. Martin.
For Tugaloo Township-J. II. Hann
and G. J. Ramsay.
For Pulaski Township-H. C. Roth
and G. O. Arvo.
For Ohattuga Township-W. G. Puss
and J. 1). li amby.
For Whitewater Township-W. H.
Corbin und J. L. Talley.
For Koowco Township-10. A. Poi
and J. P. Hill.
Tito condition of tho company is
good as could ho oxpectod, ami it? mr
agemont is in the hands of as good m
as tho county affords. Wo predict
bright futuro for this consorvativoly cr
Muoh was done In tho mooting whl
will make tho company popular wi
thinking people Nothing ought to f
in tho bands of tho Presidont and Dir
tors of this company.
Thy pcoplo of Oconoo county i
offend In this company nu oxtromi
cheap iiiflurnneo and our pooplo v
stand In their own light If they do i
muetain tho samo.
A Circuiting l.lbra.y.
Th OHO wishing toi contribute to the
eiroulatiug ttbrnri will obligo tin Hayuo
C?olo by ortb?v.Homling their oontvibu
tiona to Miss MoCollougu's muato room
poxt Tuesday afternoon at 0 c/clook, or
banding it to any member of tho Hayuo
Circle at tholr oarllont convouleuo?. The
members of tho olrc?o have already ool
leo ted ii mn ober Of Veoks for tim eirou
latiug library, which they will bo glad to
have Die publie, road. .Someone will bo
at Miss MoCollough's muelo room ovory
Tuosday afternoon, from five o'clock
until half-post, to lot auy ouo have tho
hooks they desire.
. . NETTI K NK VILLIS,
Soorotary Hayno Oirolo.
lils LirTrVas Saved.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent cltlzons of
Hannibal, Mo., latoTy had a woudorful
doltvoranoo from a frightful death. lu
tolling of it ho says: "I was takou with
typhoid fever, .that rau into pneumo
nia. My lungs became hardened. I was
so wouk I couldn't oven sit up in bod.
Nothing holpod mo. I expected soon to
dlo with consumption, when I hoard of
Dr. King'B Now Dieoovory. Ono bottlo
gavo groat relief. I contiuuod to uso it.
and now am woll and strong. I oau't
say too much in its praise." Tho marvel
lous modioiuo is tho surest and quiekest
euro in tho world for all throat and
lung trouble Regular size 50 cont?
and ?l.Oo. Trial bottles froo at all drug
stores in tho oounty. Every bottlo guar
NEWS ITEMS FnOM WEST M IN STE H.
Death ol Mr. Pincknoy Gossott-Tho Local
bitolllgenoe in Gonoral.
WKSTMINSTBU, AugUBt 2.-Miss BOBO
Matbowson, of Atlanta, youngest daugh
torof tho lato lt. A. Matbowson, Esq.,
who waa au honored resident of West
minster for many years, is visiting tho
family of Mr. T. N. Cartor and other
relatives. . Miss Bo.",:', heida a rcspom ible
position in tho 00104 of Hov. S. Y. Jamo
son, win., a fow months ago, was oleotod
Corresponding Soorotary and Treasurer
of tho Baptist Stato Mission Board.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lesly, four chil
dren and Mios Sarah Henry, of Abbeville,
roiurncd homo to-day aftor spomling
somo days With tho family of Mr. W. D.
Miss Efllo Stribling bas accepted a
position OH book-keeper and saleslady in
tho storo of Mr. T. N. Cartor and bogan
work August 1. Mr. Cartor chose woll.
Miss Kfllo is a vory accomplished young
lady and will niako a model book-koopor
and oxcollcnt saleslady.
Miss Lucy Murphy, aftor a pleasant
visit to bor friend, Miss Ifattio Zimmer
man, roturnod to bor homo in Anderson
last Saturday. Sbo endeared borsolf to
vory many wliilo boro and it is boped
sbo will como again soon.
Mr. Ii. D. Boardon loft ono ovoning
last weok for Mississippi. Wo under
stand bo expects to locate at a point in
Texas tho coming cotton season.
Kershaw corrospondonco Soutbovn
Presbyterian : "At an adjourned mooting
of Bothol Presbytery boro on last Thurs
day, July 20, Kev. Joseph T. Dendy was
regularly examined, ordainod and in
stalled pastor of this church. Dr. Alox
andor Sprout proaohod and presided.
Kev. W. G. Novillo ohnrgod tho pastor
ltov. Chalmers Fraser charged tho poo
plo. This waa a solemn and impressive
sorvioo, and wo trust much good will bo
tho result of this mooting of Prosbytory.
Mr. Dendy was also installed pastor of
Boavor Crook oburcb, just (Ive miles from
boro. On tho first Saturday of August
ho will be installed at Douglas church,
noar Lancaster. Thoro is a good work
to bo dono in tho Korsbaw group of
cburcbos, and tho people scorn anxious
and willing to heartily co-oporato with
their now pastor in tho groat work wbioh
lies boforo thom."
Mrs. M. M. Calhoun, of Grconwood, ?B
visiting tho family of bor brotbor, Mr. J.
W. MoGoo. Sbo arrived yesterday.
Uov. S. Ii. Wilson expects to preach at
South Union, about ton milos below
Westminster, on next Sabbath, August
Otb, at \ P. M.
Mr. lMncknoy Gossott died at bis homo,
near the city of Groonvillo, on last Sun
day morning, .Inly 80th, in tho 70th year
of bis ago. His health bad been failing
for a number of years, but tho immedi
ate causo of bis death was paralysis, of
which bo supered only a short time.
This wa? a sad ovont to tho family, for
exactly niuo wooka previous to Iiis death
Iboy had to crivo up a dovotod and affec
tionate motlier. At Mr. Gossott's last
birthday i'l April a big family reunion
wns niven, at which many of tho de
scendants, connection and friends wero
present. It scorns to luwo been a wiso
plan, for sinoo that time both members
of the bouRohold bavo passed away.
Tholr married lifo oovorcd a poriod of
nearly llfty-fivo years. Mr. (?ossott was
a native of Spartanburg county, but bad
boon living in Greenville and Bickens
counties tho paRt sixty years, and was
woll-known in both counties. Kor many
years bo was engaged in farming and
merchandising in tho latter county. Ho
started in lifo a poor man, but by euorgv
and oeonomy bo hewed his way through
and roarod a largo family of children.
Bight children, four sons and four
daughters, survive His eldest son is
Mr. W. M. Gossott, of Westminster. Ho
was tho grandfather of tho writer and it
was always a groat ploasuro for us to pay
grandpa a visit ami on joy his hospitality.
Ho had been a member of tho Methodist
church from his youth and always livod
up to tho standard of bis profession.
Bis body wns buried at Antioch elm rob
In Bickens county on Monday by tho
sido of his wifo, after appropriate funo
ral BorvicoB conducted by Bev. .1. E.
Bushton, bis pastor, and Bev. M. B.
Kelly, pastor of .St.* Paul's church In
Mr. B. L. (?arter, of Minnesota, and
Mrs. J. B. Bichoy, of Olaytoiff Ga., spoilt
a fow days last week with thoir brotbor,
Mr. T. N. Cartor.
Mrs. V. W. Auld and children of Elber
ton, Ga., and Mrs. C. L. K?ster and oliil
dron, of Groonvillo, aro visiting relatives
hero and atBotroot. Mrs. Kostor arrivod
yesterday and will romain ono month.
Mrs. J, M. Holt and daughter. Miss
Gertrude, roturnod to their home in Ala
bama Wodnosday, aftor spending
several weeks in Westminster. Miss Ger
trud i is a very bright and interesting lit
tle lady, and it was with regret that her
nowly made friends bado ber good-byo.
Mrs. J. W. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. S.
P. Smith and thoir littlo daughter, of
Hartwoll, Ga., bavo boon visiting at Mr.
T. N. Carter's. Mrs. Williams is Ibo
mother of Mrs. Cartor. This is tho first
visit sbo bas made to Westminster in
Tho friends of Mr. W. A. Dickerson
aro ploasod to seo bim at bis store again.
Ho bad to Buspoml business throo weoks
on accent of being siok.
Mr. au I Mrs. W. M. GcBsett roturnod
from Greenville Tuesday, wboro tboy bad
been on account of tho i ' dtnoBS and
(loath of tho former's father.
Many friends throughout tho Stato
of Hov. H. B. Darnall, proacbor in chargo
df tho Westminster circuit, will rog rot to
know that he has been eoiilinod to a bcd
of sickness sovoral days. Ho lins boon
suffering from nu attack of bilious fovor.
Ho is Improving now, and wo wish for
bim a speedy restoration to boaltb and
Miss Bessie Wilson, of Sonec?, is visit
ing tho family of her Inothor, Hov. S, L,
Mr. E. W. Dagnall, of Atlanta, paid a
dying visit to his only brotbor, Uov. R.
B. Dagnall, and bib aged father, Capt.
E. H. Dagnall, this wook.
Mr. H, L. SliiKloton, of Oconoo. was
licensed to preach, with recommendation
on trial to tho rcoont mooting of tho
Groonvillo Dlstriot Conforenco.
I A, L, GOSWRTT.
Anita, Iowa, cor voe! hla country daring th?
lato war at tho expenso o? hts health. The
?tory concerning lila restoration to health
ls given below in bia own wordss
"Whr,n I returned from the army my
constitution was broken down? I KUI -
feral extreme oervousne??, and indi
gestion* Physicians did not heh) me
until one prescribed Dr? Mites' Nerv
ine* and today I am in better health
thuin I have been for thirty years."
N erwin B
is sold by nil druggists on guarantee,
first bottle benefits or money back.
Book on heart and nerves sent free.
vt. Milos Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
CJIKOIIKK, 8. C., August 1.-Thoro havo |
boon good rains throughout this commu
nity, and they woro a groat blessing.
A series of uioutln.-s lins boen in pro
gross at Choohee ohuroh for tho past I
ni no days. Kightoon oonvorts united
with tho church. Thoy woro baptized
on tho fifth Sunday in July by Hov. L
M. Liday.- Mr. Liday and Mr. Andy
Whitmiro havo our many thnnks for thoir |
carnes:, labors. Wo feel suro that muoh
good lins boon accomplished. Wo hopo
to havo Mr. Liday and Mr. Whitmiro
visit Chcoheo again. Thoy aro always
welcomed heartily by our pooplo.
Wo hoar that tho Choohoo High School
is vory nourishing undor tho supervision
of Mr. A. W. Singleton, of Mount Tabor.
Fruit in this community is vory soavco.
It seems ns though tho dry woathor has I
about dried up tho Sunday school at |
Turnip seed sowing will soon bo tho |
order of tho day.
Crops aro vory good in this sootion.
Tho dry woathor, of eourso, injured tho
com lo sumo extent.
MOUNTAIN SCHOOL Omi,.
Aro gram!, but skin eruptions rob lifo I
of joy. Hucklon's Arnica Salvo cures j
thom ; also old, running mid fever sores,
ulcers, bolls, felons, corns, wart?, out?,
bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands,
chilblains, host pilo euro on earth.
Drives out pains and aches. Curo guar
anteed. Sold by all druggists. Only
26 cont? a box.
-.- \ -
Mooting of Confederate Soldiers.
In pursuanco to a call of Capt. J. C.
Novillo, County Chairman, a mooting of j
surviving Confodorato soldiers was hold
at Walhalla Court Houso, this, tho 20th
day of July, 1800, for Wagoner Township.
Baylus Nicholson was olocted Chairman
and J. H. Kelley, Soorotary. Tho follow
ing Township Board of Pensioners for
Wagoner Township was olocted : J. C.
Mioklor, W. S. Frasier and S. N. Pitch
ford. J. H. KHTYLEY,
OAKWAY, August 1.-Tho school ntl
this place is progressing nicoly undor tho)
management of Prof. J. S. Jennings,
Principal, and Miss Annie Haley, assist
ant. Tho number enrolled is ono hun
dred and nine.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Daley visited rota
tivos at Lavenia, Qa., Sunday.
Auditor J. P. Kooso, of Walhalla, wns I
with relatives and frionds of this placo
Saturday night and Sunday.
MisB Ella Boardon and brothor,Cullon,
spent Saturday night with tho family of
Mr. Handy Harris, of Townvillo.
Mr. Julius Haley, who has boon visit
ing his brother in Creonvilo, roturnod
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Bcarden, of West
minster, visited tho family of Mr. J. W.
Misses Hollo Boardon and Annie Ilaloy,
who havo been attending tho Instituto nt ]
Walhalla, roturnod homo Saturday.
Miss Pearl Sowoll of Lavonia, Ga., its j
visiting her sister, Mrs, W. S. Ilaloy.
Tho protracted mooting will commonco
at Now Bethel tho second Sunday.
Thoro aro not throe eases in a hundred
of woman's peculiar diseases that Dr.
Piorco's Favorito Proscription will not
euro. It saves tho modest woman tho
humiliation of physicians' examinations
and "local treatments." It? anio ex
ceeds tho combined sales of all <>| lier
medicines for women. Thousands of
fpoatful women havo boen roudorod
loalthy and happy by its uso, and tho
oxporionco and testimony of many of
them has been included in Di'. Pierce's
Common Sonso Medical Advisor. Sont
on rocoipt of 21 ono-oont stamps, to pay
cost of mailing only. Address, World's |
Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo,
-- . ?>-.-.
A Mtirdoror Captured.
CuAm.KHTON, S. C., July 20.-Chas.
Wilson, tho negro who shot and mortally ?
wounded, privato Theodore Godfroy of j
tho Charleston Heavy nattery hore, on
tho afternoon of February 5th, waa |
brought back to tho olty to-day from
Godfroy was acting as provost gunrd
and hearing tho negro using \ ilo langungo
in the proRonco of indios on tho stroot,
ho told him to shut up. Wilson at onco |
drow a pistol and shot him and osoapod
tho police, wont to Birmingham and
thonco to Floming, Kansas, with a party
of coal minors.
A lotter written to tho mothor who
lives at Branchville, this State, foll into
tho hands of a white man and led OJ tho I
Howards aggregating $700 woro offorod
for Wilson's Capture.
Bismark's Iren Norw
Was tho result of his splendid honlth.
Indomitable will and tremendous onorgy
aro not found whoro stomnoh, livor,
kid noy and bowols aro outofordor. . If
you want thoRo qunlltios and tho success
thoy bring, uso Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills,
Thoy dovolop ovory powor of brain and
body, Only 20o. at all drug storos,
I have ? largo ??o o? 8prlug aud Summer Dross Gooda,
Lawns, Mualina, PeroaloB, Whit? DrosB Goods, and various
other artioles In the Dry GoodB aud Notion Dopartmottt
that ? am determined to oloso out for cash in tho next
thirty daya ..* .
... I M:E3A.?^ ??Tjt3I?VJ3SiS - * .
So if you want Bargains, como at onoo, and yon will not bo disappointed.
Ihavoalsoa nico Une of Clothing, Shoos and othrnStaplo Gooda that I will
offer special induooments to oloao out.
A good stock Of Furniture ohoapor than you eau got it olsowhoro for oash.
C A RT E
West TJ^ioim, ?. ?J.
On Ladles' and Miases* Oxfords, Figured Lawn, Organdie,
Pique, Crash, Madras Cloth, Fans, Undervests, Lap Robes, &o?
Eighty cents oash buys what one dollar did a short time
Straw and Crash Hats at almost any prince.
Call and look. You need not buy IC pri?es don't suit..
We want your trade and will try to please you.
Lowery, Byrd & Co.,
SENECA, S. O.
Making Satisfied Patrons.
Soiling tho goods at prices that aro ohoor.Cully paid ls tho way wo conduct
businoBB boro. No matter now low in pries wo may scouro tho itom, nor how for
tunato tho purchase, lt's always offered you with but om regular margina added
and tho advantago is always passed along to you. Tho prosperity of our ouBtomer? V
and tho success of this storo aro along tho same lines;--facts that wo always koop
in mind whon our goods aro hoing marked.
You'll Find Them Right.
Acknowledged loaders in their particular lino--just as wo dosiro, with ovory
itom oltored. This QUALITY foaturo is but ono of their attractions--thoro's a
winning tono to tho pricoB-a foaturo ot our Btoro that always appeals to onrof ul
Perfect Golden Patent and Harvest Xing Flour, Java, Mooha and Java and
Kio ColToos, Breakfast Bacon, Hams, Bouoloss Hams, Pionio Hams, Granulated
Sugar, Brown Sugar, French, Mixed and Stick Candy, Lemons, &o.
-IRISH POTATOES AND VEGETABLES
THE POPULAR PRICE STORE.
THE CUT-PRICE CASH STORE.
Anothor lot of CLOTH TENNIS
SHOES; also Mon's and Ladies* Holts.
still a full lino of Ladles' Gauss Voats
in stock. This week wo got in another
lot of MEN'S GAUZE SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
Balo of Best Soa Island.fio. por yard."
Caso Ball Thread.10 balls for ?o.
All I 'gbt Calicoes.?lo. per yard.
WE STILL GIVE YOU MORE GROCERIES FOR THE MONEY
THAN ANYBODY ELSE.
W. ?. MSM1 ?& CO.,
WESTMINSTER, S. C.
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
THE NEXT SESSION will bogin Sop
tombov 27, ISM). Full and thorough
inatruotiou, loading to several degrees,
1B offered. Boarding in privato families,
moderato. In tho mess tho faro is ox
collont and cheap. For cataloguo, or
further particulars, apply to tho Presi
dent, DU. A. P. MONTAGUE.
July 20, 1800. ?20-31
IV ol,ioo of I^insxl Set
tlement and JTMsi
"VTOTIOE is boreby given that tho un
JLS dorslgnod will make application to
D, A. Smith, Esq.. Judgo of Probato
for Oconeo county, in tho State of South
Carolina, at his oflico at Walhalla Court
HOUBO, on Saturday, tho 5th day of
August, 1800, at ll o'clock in tho foro
noon, or as soon thoroaftor as said appli
cation can bo hoard, for leavo to make
llnal sottlomont of tho ostato of I. K.
James, decoaaed, and final diachargo
as Exooutrix of said estaf o.
ELIZABETH J. JAMES,
Executrix of Estate of I. K. .Limos,
July (i, 1800. 27-.-11
s : and s s
T HAVE oponed up a first-class Black
JL smith and Whoel-wright Shop in
Walhalla and am prepared to do all
kinds of repairing, such as Buggies,
Carriages, Wagons, Horse-shoeing, &o.
Spoolal attention given to repairing
maehinory of all kinds.
Painting a specialty.
Now work mado to ordor.
All work guaranteed satisfactory.
Givo mo a call. Respectfully,
1 J. E. SMITH.
Below Potts' Stable, hoar Dopot.
May 4, 1800. 8-m
SUNKCA INSTITUTE!, In tho Town of Honooa,
Routh Carolina, ls operated hy tim Kducatlonaf
Sunday Hchool Convention of tho Seneca River
Association, tho Honcca Uivor Association toxi
tho Culona connected with tho earoo.
?lAl?I??lIN.--Tho Campus ls nhout eight
neron In oxtent, situated In tho Western part ot
tho town. It occupies ono of tho highest points
of land In tho town, thus commanding a line
vlow of tho town anet Surrounding country. For
beauty, quietness atid healthfulness thc situa
il'Mi cannot ho surpassed.
Sonooa hos two Important railroads, willoh
addmuoh to tho convonlonco of students wish
ing to enter tho Institution,
AIM.- Tho school In distinctly Christian; lt
ls noii-soctarlan, welcoming thoso of overy faith
to Ita advantage*, Tho building of oharaelor ls
tho solo aim of this Institution. To (lils end we
train tho Intellect, and Instill finch principios as
will Inspire a love for tho Kood ami tho Leant I
lNH ?'iHiCJ'r?ON.-Tho conrso of Inst ruc
tion will include tho following hranohes! Read
ing, Spelling, Arithmetic, Geography, l'enman
shYp, History, Drawing, T".n?nag? nnd lllhlo.
Instruction will also ho given In AI gelira, Tthoto
rlo, Latin and other hranohes to thoso wlio aro
prepared to outer them.
Tuition (lowor grado) per month.8 7ft
Tuition (Idghor grado) per month. 1 00
llonrd can be lind In privato families at... . 6 00
School opona Tuesday, October 8, 1800. All
fitudonta aro requested to ho present at tho open
ing. For further Information add ross
J. J. 8TAKKM? A. Principal,
A1X1A RY, 8. O.
Or W. J. THOMAS, Chalrmnn Hoard of Trus
tees, BOIICCA, S, C.
w ILL soon bo oponed, and I liavo all
tho munitions of war, all tho bost for
mulas for preparing insootioidos, spray
ing mixturoB, &o. Tho first thing to
think of is "BugDeath." I will soil you
tho matorial and toll you how to uso it.
My stock of Drugs and Druggist's Sun
dries is always complote Jr,}
J. H. DARBY,
The Seneca Bank.
STATEMENT Ol' CONDITION OP TUE
SENECA DANK AT THE CLOSE
OP BUSINESS, JUNE 30, 1809.
Loans and discounts.$ 40,134 83
Duo from banks. 2,001 54
Dank building. 1,000 00
Vault. 1,400 O0
Currency. 3,390 74
i,i A nu.rn KS.
Capital stock.$20,400 00
Doposits. 20,104 (KS
Duo to banks. 3,100 17
Surplus. 6,437 00-156,108 ll
louth Carolina, I
Oeonee County. J
Personally oamo J.W. Stribling, Cashier
)f Tito Seneca Dank, before mo and inado
>ath that tho abovo statomont is truo
,o tho best of his knowledge.
Sworn to heforo mo tin. 1
Mth day of July, 1800. I J. Wi
H. E. Al.RXANIlKU, [L.S.I f STIIUIMNO.
Notary Tu olio, S. C. j
li, M. Richardson, )
I. W. Stribling, > Directors.
I. W. Sholor, )
Statement of The Peden and
Anderson Banking: Company.
[Organized Soptomber 1st, 180-1.J
Statemeid, of tho condition of Tho
'eden and Anderson Hanking Company
it tho oloso of business Juno 30,1890:
,'ash.$ 070 r?rt
.onus and Discounts.00,55!} 72
lue us by Hanks. 3,550 00
Hocks. 1,175 00
teal Kstato. 822 25
turpins and Profits. 7,542 38
tcdiscounts .20,01? 1ft
)ividends not paid. 35 00
ITATIO OK Sonni CAUOMNA, 1
OCONKI: COUNTY, J
I. W. P. Anderson, Cnshlor of Tho
Vidon and Andorson Banking Company,
f Westminster, S. C., do solomnly awoar
hat tho abovo statomont is truo to tho
est of my knowlcdgo and boliof.
WM. P. ANOKUSON, Cftftlpor.
ubscrihod and sworn to bpforol
mothiatho 10thday of July,
1800. li. H. Cuoss. tL. H.j
? Notary Public, S, C,