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-Soo internal rovonuo noUco in ano
-You omi tako your ohoico botwoon
Drayfuco and DryfooBO.
-It will pay you to road tho Cash Bar
gain Storo advortisomont.
-Fou RKNT-A nico cottngo rosidcueo
with flvorooniB. Apply to lt. T. Jnynos.
-Frosh shipmont of Nunnally's Uno
.candies justrocoivod at Boll's drug atoro.
-A big lot of fall and wintor clothing
oxpoolod noxt wcok at tho Cash Bargain
-To RUNT, a dosirablo rcsidonco nnd
farm noar Walhalla, S. C. Apply to S.
-It is unlawful to Bhoot, kill or trap
partridges or othor gamo birds prior to
-This good month of Soptombor has
nnd R lo it, and wo may look for soup
with nn Rs tor in it.
-Mr. Chas. Wood and Alastor Leander
Ivostor, of Andorsoii, visited Dr. J. J.
Thodo this wook.
-Road tho now advortisomont of tho
C. W. Pitchford Co. They havo clothing
for ovorybody. Givo thom a call.
-Tho Bolton cotton mill has given
notico of its intention to incronso its
capital stock from $.'550,000 to $000.000.
- Road W. Di Lesly ob Co.'s now ad
vortisomont. Thoy say "they givo moro
grocorios for tho monoy than anybody
-Mrs. J.' W. Nix, of Greenwood, ac
companied by her littlo daughtor, is on a
visit to hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. -IC.
-Boforo buying soo our buggies,
wagouB, harness, laprobos. Wo carry a
comploto lino. J. & J. S. Carter, West
minster, S. C.
-Mrs. Dr. W. J. Bowen, of Mount
Pleasant, S. C., accompanied by hor two
sons, is on a visit to hor fathor, Skoriff
W. W. MOBS, and family.
-Tho contraot for Stoward of tho poor
farm will bo lot on tho first Tuesday in
Ootobor. For particulars road tho ad
vertisement in another column.
-Wo aro ablo to bffor bottor bargains
than over boforo, for wo havo tho best
assortment evor brought to Walhalla.
Cash Bargain Store.
--Miss Claudia Provost, af tor a ploasan t
stay of sovoral weeks at Ilorso Covo, N.
C., roturnod to hor homo at Andorson,
S. C., on Wednesday morning.
-Messrs. C. W. Baukuight and Goo.
M. Ansel aro visiting friends in Toccoa,
Ga. Toccoa scorns to have offered unu
sual attractions this summer.
-M. W. Coleman & Co., of Sonocn,
have a now advertisement in this issuo.
"Thoy do not fear competition." Clay
worsted suits at $5. Give thom a call.
-Health for ton cents. Cnscarots
make tho bowols and kidneys act natur
ally, destroy microbes, euro headache,
biliousness and constipation. All drug
-Rev. Carlylo Branyon, of Hartwell,
Ga., will proach in tho Walhalla Baptist
church on noxt Sunday morning and
night at tho usual hours. Tho public
-On Tuesday morning Messrs. Hayno
Jones, Wcssio Torhuno and Eugono
Hutchison loft for donison Collogo
whoro thoy havo matriculated as stu
dents for tho onsuing year.
-For Bick hendadlo, loss of appetite
and any disorder of tho liver, take ono
of Lunnoy's 8-hour livor pills at night
for a few nights and noto tho result.
26 couts at Lunnoy's, .Seneca.
-Just rccoived at ll. A. ll. Gibson's a
complete assortment of Alaska Pobblo
Spectacles,11 superior to anything vor
o Herod in this market. Don't injuro
your oyes by using cheap shoddy glasses.
- Reports from about all sections of
tho cotton bolt aro that tho crop has been
injured seriously and will bo short. Is
"it not about timo that Mr. Neill, of Now
Orleans, was revising his ostimato to lit
tho facts ?
-Miss Cora Strong returned Tuesday
to Chicora Collogo, Greenville, S. C.,
whoro sho will resumo her duties as
teacher for anothor year. Slio was ac
companied by Miss Alico Strong who
will resumo hor duties in tho collegiate
Mr. J. W. Todd, Grand Dictator of tho
Knights of Honor of South Carolina,
will visit tho Westminster Lodge at their
noxt regular meeting, Monday ovoning,
Soptombor 18th. Kvory nionibor is earn
estly requested to attend, as Mr. Todd
wishes to present sonio important mat
tors to tho Lodge.
-Piedmont Sun-Herald: "Mr. W. E.
Gaillard, who has boon running a storo
over in Sinipsonvillo, has quit tho busi
ness and goos to GroonviUo to follow his
old trade-sticking typo in a printing
o fflco." Whon "Willard" passed through
Wal halla, about ti month ago, ho told us
no i!AT> stuck his last typo.
-Wo call attention once moro to our
rulo respecting tributes of respoct and
obituaries. Itomombor wo chargo ono
oont a word for all ovor 100 words.
Count your words and noto tho cost
when notico is sent in. Wo aro com
pelled to adopt this rule to provont our
columns hoing filled with matter that is
of interest to only a fow.
JI il I IO PROMOTER, having hjiont25 yt?
' lifo in manufacturing nil kinds o
(HotH and Yarns, and. having met wit
in nil Mills that he has managed, hus,
time past, been looking fora town sn
his estimation, for the locution of a Co
tory of medium size, that could ho I
run to the advantage of the town and
rounding Country, und having become i
with tho people of Westminster, S.O.,
coolly selected a Mill site, in that town
proposes to apply for a charter, under I
ral Law of incorporation, for a Manu
Company, to be called "Tin: OllBSWRT.
Mux COMPANY, OK WKSTMINSTKH, S. 0.
The site selected is near tho Southe
way and close to tho recently swrveyoi
"The Black Diamond Railroad." The cor
of receiving supplies und shipping good
lenst possible oxjienso, is th UH assured.
You aro Juvitod lo como in and ex
amino uiy lino of Stationery, j
You will find what you waot in
PAPER AND ENVELOPES,
TABLETS-Both Penoll and Ink.
Aldo Ponoile, Pona and Ink.
Roan coif ul.ly,
-Mr. M. L.AIexandor, of Greonvillo,
was in town this wook.
-Tho Cash Bargain Storo is oxpootlug |
a lot of now goods this wook.
-Tho whittliug gang oau Hud a Ano |
litio of pookot kuivos aud razors nt Boll's.
-J. P. Caroy, Esq., of PlokouB, was lu
towu this wook on professional husiuoss.
-Good middling cr'Jon ie soiling I
roadily in tho Walhalla markot at 0* |
\ couts por pound.
-Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Meakin, of Lavonia, Ga., on tho 6th
instant, a daughter.
-Mrs. Jos. Copps, who has hoon
spending tho sum mor in Walhalla, ro
tumod to hor homo in Savannah yostor
-Tho Oakway post oflloo has hoon
made a postal noto and monoy ordor j
o?llco, tho issuiug of tho samo to hogln
Octobor 1, 1800.
-Misses Alico and Clara Platt, aftor
spending Boiiio weck? at Mountain Rest,
havo taken up their abodo for a short ]
soason with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Merrick.
-Tho Walhalla Comedy Company
intend taking their minstrel show to
Seneca on September 22d. Tho poo
plo of Seneca may look forward to ?
-Col. W. I. McBride, of Greenwood,
was in town this wook, roprosontiug sovo
ral roliablo Insurance companies. Ho is
n clever gentleman and luis many friends
boro who woro ploasod to moot him.
-You can't alford to miss tho minstrel
show Tuesday night, Soptombor 10. Tho
show promises to bo ono of tho boat ovor
givon in Walhalla. Brau now jokes,
made to ordor, up-to-date songs, solos
and quartettes, local hits, side-splitting
farces. All kinds of instrumental music.
Negro speeches. Clog dancing. Put on
your laughing clothes and como ono and
-Tho South Carolina prohibitionists,
who havo gainod much strongth rooontly,
lost perhaps thoir strongest advocato,
Columbia ono of her wealthiest citizons,
und Carolina farmers a progroBsivo bro
thor when L. 1). Childs, forty-four yoars
old, diod suddenly at Saluda, N. C., on
Tuesday, Soptombor 12th. Ho was a do
voted and influential member of tho
-Dr. H. K. Portor, of Pittsfield, Mass.,
spout Wednesday in Walhalla on his way
to Franklin, N. C. Ho has boon investi
gating mining property nonr Franklin
for some timo past, and has spent- tho
past ton days in Atlanta, Ga., Ashovillo,
N". C., and other points ou business,
lio shipped a quantity of samples of
li fieront mining produots to tho com
pany ho represents in Massachusetts.
Dr. Portor Bpcaks highly of tho country
in which ho bas boon operating, and
contemplates .ating at somo point, in
tho North Caroliua ovor-hill country
vory probably Franklin.
-Mr. C. R. D. Burns, of West Union,
was elected Superintendent of tho Wal
halla Sunday school on last Sunday morn
ing. Ho was at onco inducted into ofllco
und entered upon tho di sch argo of hit
important work. Thoro is no good roa
jon why Mr. Burns should not mako
livo and progressive Superintendent
Wo hopo tho Lord will honor tho groat ?
work of tho Sunday school in his hands.
-On tho llrst pago of this issuo will bo
found an intorosting artiolo from tho
pen of Mr. J. D. Massey, giving an ac
count of bis rocont trip to tho Pacific
Slope. Mr. Massoy has boon spending
fow days visiting Iiis mothor, Mrs. Jane
Massoy, near Walhalla. His many
Oconoo f rionds aro pleased to BOO him
again, and to learn of his SUCCOBS in th
business world. Ho is another ono of
Bur boys who hos won success on tho
Booro of merit.
NEW GRASS SEEDS.
CLOVER, LAWN, ORCHARD,
KENUTCKT BLUE GRASS SEEDS
-All Varieties of
Planing Mill Moved.
Messrs. W. W. & IL B. Bowon, of
Wasley, havo purchasod from Mr. C. W
Pitchford tho planing mill, located at
West Union. Ii: was torn down and
moved over last week to its now sito in
tho progressive littlo town of EaBloy.
This was a valuablo industry for this
community and should havo boon pur
chased by a residont who would havo
kept and oporatod it boro.
Cotton Ginned nt 40 Conts Per Dale.
Tho farmors can got thoir cotton ginned
nt tho Scnooa Oil Mill for -10 couta por
bale for a halo of 100 pounds, and 60
cents for r>00 pounds. Thia in a groat re
duction in favor of tho farmer, and will
pay for hauling a considerable distance
Tho ginnory is up-to-date and doos first
ulass work. Tho mill also pays tho
highest markot prico for cotton sood.
Seo advortisemont in another column.
TTGN MILL F
a rs of his
, lins re
1 line of
ls at the
The capital stock is t<
phares of $100 each.
A strictly first-class,
will bo erected to hold tli
cry and looms for 10,000
spindles, with their propi
installed and operated as
ready to receive them, tl
dies, with looms, to ho ot
the Directors of the Oom
The location of snell
minster, S. C., moans thu
in wnges T2,000 to $2,600
about $60,000 cash to tho
which will go immediate!
trude. It will inerenso
town -KM) to 600 inhabiter
ket for cotton, farm an
open a desirable market i
Oakway and othor snrrou
Pload OuUty find Fined $25.00.
On Tuesday evening, 12th instant, T.
O. Hunslugor, W. K. Seaborn and Georgo
Maxwell appoared before Mayor n olio -
man, at x a o Council Chamber, and
plead guilty to tho ohargo of riotous and
disorderly conduct on Saturday night,
September 2d, when tho street lamps
were d bilroy ed and other mischief done.
The Mayor sontenoed eaoh to pay a fine ?
of $26 or work on the streets thirty days.
The floes were paid.
Election Of S o noca ?auk 0 lile o rs.
The stockholders of tho Senooa Hank
heldthoir annual mooting in tho building
of the bank on Wednesday, 19th instant.
A majority of the stook hoing represented
tho stookholdors proooodod to tho elec
tion of 1)1 roc to ra as follows; J. W, Kl rib -
ling, lt. M. Richardson, James Seaborn,
Wm. J. Stribllng and J. W. Sholor.
After tho adjournmont tho Directors mot
and elooted H. M. Richardson, President
of tho Bank, James Seaborn, Vico Presi
dent, J. W. Stribling, Cashier, and II. F.
Alexander, Assistant Cashier.
Do-uh ol Cot.' F. W. MoMastor.
Col. F. W. MoMastor, of Columbia, S.
C., died at. Asheville, N. C., Sunday af
ternoon, 10th inatant, from Bright's dis
ease. Ho waa 80vonty-throo years old.
Ho waa ono of South Carolina's most
distinguished citizens. His long lifo was
ono of great usefulness and honor. Ho
waa a valiont soldior and rose to tho
rank of Colonol of tho Soventecnth
South Carolina Infautry, which ho led
with conspicuous valor through many
hard-fought batt!ca. Sinco tho war, at
tho bar, <^a tho bench and in tho halla of
legislation ho rendered valunblo services
to his Stato.
Walhalla a? tho Railroad Contor.
It would bo ono of tho jokes of tho
railroad business if after all that lins
boon said aud dono tho (pilot and unas
suming town of Walhalla should havo
given to her tho cako for which wo have
all boon working these many years, and
bocomo tho mooting point for tho west
ern and dcop water railroad systom.
That will bo tho caso if tho proposed
Missing Link road comos through from
Chattanooga, and Receiver lloattio's
littlo old Dluo Ridgo orphan will sud
denly bocomo tho koy to tho situation
and the /iggost thing in tho business.
- mt . ?rn
A Daring Capture
On last Monday afternoon, about two
o'clock, near tho Old Westminster Bap
tist church, Doputy Marshal J. T. Mc
Kinney onpturod a buggy load of blook
ado whiskey from James Jackson. Mr.
McKinney waa alono when homado "tho
lind," but nothing daunted ho rushed
upon tho scono, disarmed Jackson and
drovo ofT with the horse, buggy and
whiskey. Jackson mado a slight resist
ance and thou fled in ordor to occapo ar
rest. Tho proporty was brought to Wal
halla and tumod ovor to Doputy Collec
tor A. C. Morriok to bo sold. It was a
bravo dood on tho part of Doputy Mc
Kinney aud ho performed it woll.
Wo clip tho following i toms from last
week's Rabun Tribuno, and hopo thoy
will provo interesting to our loaders:
Our townsninn, L. N. Robins, has bcon
piloting tho Black Diamond surveyors
near Russoll, S. C., for oovoral days.
Doputy John G od f roy brought to our
ofllco thia wook a radish that was raised
byW. H. Darnoll, of tho Yalloy, that
weighed 18J pounds, aud was 25 inches
long and measured 22 inches in circum
Oscar Powoll brought a cuoumber to
our ofllco last Saturday, raised by H. M.
Beck, of Burton, that measured 20 inches
in length, 12 inches in circumference and
woighod, aftor hoing pulled 21 hours, five
pounds and ono ounce.
Furman's Now Alumni Hall.
Tho cornor-stono of tho now Alumni
Hall of Forman University was laid by
tho Masonic fraternity last Thursday af
ternoon at 5 o'clock. A largo audience
attended tho coromony and enjoyed tho
occasion. Among tho visitors woro Hov.
E. J. Forester, of Greenwood; Hon. T.
P. Smith, of Charleston, and our Mr. J.
W. Sholor. Tho Masonic coromony was
conducted by Rov. Byron Holly, acting
Grand Master. Tho address was doliv
ored by Rov. B. C. Dargan, D. D., of tho
Baptist Theological Seminary, Louis
ville, Ky. Dr. Dargan's address was ad
mirably adapted to tho occasion and
greatly onjoyod by all presont. Work on
tho now building is hoing rapidly
pushed. It will, in al? probability, bo
completed in a fow months.
[Tho above, after bo ig put in typo
last Thursday morning, was, by over
sight, loft out.]
An Oconoo Man Cots His Load in Georgia.
Do you know anything about this?
Is thoro a Swinton Powoll in Oconoo?
Wo clip tho following from two of our
Hartwoll Sun: "A whiskoy wagon was
captured at Martin, Ga., Tuesday. Ono
of tho mon cut tho harness and got away
on ono of tho horsos. Ono of them tired
upon tho ofilccrs, but was captured. Near
CarnoBvillo ho mado a broak for liberty,
and was shot with a load of bird shot
and recaptured. Tho man wounded gave
his nanto as Swinton Powoll."
Tho Toocoa Record, commenting upon
tho abovo, says:
"Wo proaumo tho Swinton Powoll horn
spoken of is tho young man who gavo
tho Toocoa ofllcors, and also tho county
oflicors, somo tronido a year or two ago.
Ho ls from Oconoo county, S. C."
20 CENTS GIVEN AWAY
Cut this out and tako it to tho
druggist named below and you will
rocolvo a regular 2?c. sizo bottlo of
Dr. Sawyor's Ukatino for fie. llka
tino positively cures all forms of kid
ney difllcultion, dyspepsia, constipa
tion, headache, , ,, rheumatism and
puffing of tho " * eyes. Ukatino
euros pimples a id blotches and makes
sallow and yollov. skin white. Do not
dolay, but take advautago of this
groat offor, as thousands boar ovl
(lonco to tho wondorful curativo pow
ors of Ukatino.
DR. J. W. BELL,
Wnllinlln, H. ?).
i bo $100,000, in 1,000
modern Mill building
io preparatory maohin
spindles. About 0,000
ortion of looms, will bo
soon as the building is
io remaining 4,000 apin
lded at such a time as
puny may think proper.
an industry at West
it there will be paid out
. evory two weeks, or
operatives every year,
ly into the channels of
the population of tho
its, ereato a cash mar
id dairy products end
to TowFivillo, Fair Flay,
WOMAN'S MISSION AH Y WORK.
The Greenville District Conferencie of tho
Woman's Foreign Missionary Society
Will con veno lu tho Walhalla Methodist
church, Friday evening, September 1G th,
at 8 o'clock. The opening exorcises will
bo conducted by tho Rev. J. L. Daniel.
The Conference will then be organized
and an address of wei co mo will bo m ml o
by Mrs. D, A. Smith and a response I
made by a visiting member of the Con
Saturday morning will bo devoted to
reporte from the different Soolotles of
tho District. " v
Saturday afternoon there will 'ho some j
very interesting papers read by mem
bers of tho Conference.
?'Our Work In Korea," by Mrs. Ii. T.j
Jay nos. .
"Cuba," by Miss Mary K. Swann.
. Mrs. John D. Porry will read a very
interesting paper, giving a full account
of tho work of tho Missionary Sooloty
Thoro will OIBO bo papers on China,
Brazil and other mission Holds.
Sunday morning, ntolovon o'clock, Hov.
W. W. Daniol, D. D., of Anderson, will
proaob tho annual sormon before tho j
Sooioty. Those wbo have beard Dr.
Daniol will bo anxious to boar him again I
and those who bnvo not board bim|
should boar bim upon this occasion.
Ho is ono of tho loading pulpit orators ?
of tho Slate.
All of tho services will bo open to tho
public 1 .
Tho members of all tho churches in
Walhalla aro Bpooially lnvltod to bo pres
ont at nil tho meetings. Tho services
will all bo vory interesting. Tho public
gonorally is earnestly requested to bo [
prosont at all tho meetings.
Tho following members of tho Con
forouco and dologatos bavo signified
their intention to attend: Mrs. E. S.
Horbort, of Orangoburg, Vico President, |
of tho Conforonco Sooioty; Mrs. M. H.
Goodgion, of Williamston, District Sec
retary; Mrs. M. W. Coleman and Miss
Mattio Hoko, dologatos from Souooa;
Mrs. H. P. Ransom, Williamston; Mrs.
H. IT. Drown. Andorson ; Misa Huth Stor
vick, Juvenile, Anderson; Mrs. M. E.
Gossott, Wostminstor; Miss Theresa Mc-|
David, Groonvlllo; Miss Sallio Glonn,
Piedmont; Miss Mary Prossloy, Polzor;
Hiss Hattlo Dufllo, Hook Springs, Miss
Seppio McDonald, Juvonilo, Kook
Sprin "t; Miss Grota Gainos, Contrat.
NEWS IN AND AROUND WESTMINSTER.
Painful Accidont-Bright Fuluro for tho High
WESTMINSTER, Soptombor 18.-Miss [
Bertie Whito, tho beautiful and accom
plished daughter of Capt. H. P. Whito,
of Grconvillo, spout a fow days this wook
in Wostminstor as tho guest of Mrs. J.
H. Ligon. Sho was returning' from El
borton and was accompanied by lior lit
tlo brothor, Joe, and sister, Ditt. Tho
young lady has a groat many admirera
hero, whoro her childhood days woro
Mrs. John O. Grier and children re
turned to their homo at Nowoll's, ?T. C.,
last Friday after spending sovoral weeks
with tho family of her fntbor, Mr. Jas.
N. Adams, on Tugaloo river.
Cotton lias boon opening rapidly. Sop
tombor's balmy days soldom witness snob
whito Holds of tho Slocoy ?tapio.
Mr. Frank Watson, an omployco of Mr.
Broom, a sbinglo mill man of tho Holly
Springs section, mot with an accident
Saturday morning wbioh caused him to
loso throo fingers of his right band. Ho
mado an offort io romovo tho shingles
from under tho mill and bia band carno
in contact with tho saw, which waa turn
ing at full apood. Ho was brought to
Westminster Saturday ovoning and tho]
surgical operation was porformod by)
Drs. Mitoholl and McCluro OD Punday nf-1
tornoon, his condition not hoing favora
ble for their work sooner.
Tho Wostminstor High School has [
bright prospects for a nether successful
torm. Ninoty-Hvo pupils have boon en
rolled. Among tho boarding pupils and I
those residing outside this district aro |
Ernest Dickson, Clinton Harker, Benja
min Knox, Henry Chook, Paul Arm
strong, Nish, Willio and Paul Harnott,
and Misses Julia Chook, Cora Dufllo, Lil
lio Armstrong, Minnie. Dickson, Lizzie I
Harker, May and Claudio King, Li/.zio [
Dilworth and a Miss Turnor, of Pacolot.
Major H. H. Cross, Messrs. J. S. Car tol
and W. H. Cary aro tho cotton buyers nt |
present. Thoy aro oxporionced buyors
and will pay tho top of tho markot.
Thoro aro othors who expect to buy in j
cotton on account*.
Miss Mary, tho bright and lovoablo
young daughtor of Hov. and Mrs. H. H.
bagnall, has returned to tho Williamston
Fomalo Collogo to resumo bor studios.
This is her second year at this popular
institution of loaming for young Indies.
Mrs. C. 0.'Porter and hor grand-son,
Mark Portor, wont to Contral Saturd ay
to visit hor daughtor, Mrs. John Brook.
Miss Maude Striming, tho cultured
young daughtor of Mr. Wm. J. Strib
ling, loft Tuesday morning for Harts
villo, whoro she vs ill attona tho Wolsh
Nock High School. Her friends predict |
for hor a high standing in hor class.
Hov. G. F. O'Kelly will proach in tho
Baptist imuroh next Sunday at tho usual
Mrs. W. A. Wood and hor little son
loft last Friday for their homo in Atlan
ta, aftor sponding tho summer boro.
Miss Tilla Campboll and hor little nicoo,
Miss Marion Holmes, of Charleston,
carno up a fow days ago and aro stop
ping at Mr. Sloan Dickson's.
Dr. C. I, Walkor, a loading young phy
sician of tho county, was boro yester
Miss Regina Duff, oldest daughtor of
Mr. O. P. Duff, accompanied Mrs. Wood
to Atlanta last wook, whore sho oxpocts
to stay for ?orno timo.
On last Sabbath at tho morning sor
vioes in tho Presbyterian church throo
mombora wcro rocoivod on profession of
faith and tho ordinanco of baptism ad
ministered to ono infant.
Tho big cotton ginnery boro is running
on full time.
Tho wido-awako firm of J. & J. S.
Cartor aro receiving tboir protty lino of
fall and wintor goods purohason by tboir
buyer. Mr. J. 3. Cartor, while in Now
York last wook.
Mr. Edwin L. Mason baa gono to Too
coa to work this fall. May succosii at
tond him. A. L. QOSSETT.
--4 . fe
p CANDY CATHARTIC .
story will bo constructed, equipped
I under tho personal supervision of
cr. and bia experience will insure a
mu well equipped Mill at a low coat
tended to start tho Mill free from
should present prices for manufac
H continuo, tho earnings of a strictly
II will yield a very handsome profit
motor will personally subscribe, for
the stock of the Mill, and it is hoped
maindor of tho stock will bc sub
rapidly, thereby securing an industry
a a benefit to thc town, country and
d ion books will be open in a few days
ires. As soon as thc stock is anb
, a nu ct ;ug of tho Stockholders will
nd officers elected.
W, E. OlIKBWlOiJ,.
)coneo County, 8. O., Sept. 14,1899.
.t Mon's Snits, worth $3.50
Mon's All-Wool Suits, w<
would be a bargain a
prico only.. "..
We also Carry a Full
Men's Shoos from 75 ooni
Ladios' Sunday and Ever
Huts from 15c. to $2.50 an
tion. Full lino of Trunk
i. 111.1 i. i 11
OAKWAY, Soptombor 12.-Rov. J. M.
McGuiro pronokod at Hothol Sunday nt
ll A. M. Ho also flllod tho appointment
of Hov. W. S. Hnmitor at tho Oakway
Presbyterian Cbuvob Sunday aftornoon.
Owing to tko illness of his wifo, Hov.
Hnmitor was not ablo to bo prosont.
Qunrtorly mooting will bo hold at tho
M. E. chinch Saturday and Sunday.
Sunday night a aorios of mootings will
bogin nt that placo and last sovoral days.
Sunday school ot tho Prosbytorian
oburob lias boon obaugod from 0 o'clock
A. M. to 8 P. M.
Mrs. L. I). Hoardon, of Westminster, is
at Mr. J. W. Hoardon-b at this writing.
Auditor J. P. Kooso, of Walhalla, vis
ited tolntivcs and frionda at thia placo
Sunday and Sunday night.
Miss Ilottlo Ikown is visiting io Goor
gia this wcok.
Miss Eva Roedor baa accepted a posi
tion in tilt, ?toro of Mr. E. J. Huimioutt
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Edwards bavo gono
back to tho m omi tains for a wook or
Chostor, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S.
H. King, who has boon quito ill with
.fovor, ia up agaiu.
Hov. J. M. McGuiro and family, who
bavo boon in tho mountains for tho sum
mer, roturaod to thoir homo at this placo
Mrs. J. W. Hoardon and daughter, Miss
Ila, spout ono day last wook in Wost
minstor, visiting tho family of Mr. King.
Mrs. 'J. L. Mo Lin roturnod to hor
homo nt thia placo last wook, after a
month's visit in Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haloy apont Sun
day and Monday iii Lavonia and Carnes
Mr. Willie MoLoakoy spout tho day at
Mrs. J. n. Itocdor's Sunday.
Miss I.ostio Mooro and brother, Mr.
Patrick, of Tokoona, spout Sunday at
Mr. J, W. llcardon's.
Mrs. Warion McGuflln, of Toxns, is
visiting relatives in this Stato.
Miss Ella Mooro, of Tokoona, visited
Miss Rortlia Kubnnks Sunday.
ills Life Was Saved.
Mr. J. E. Hilly, a prominent oitlzons of
Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wondorful
dclivoranco froai a frightful death. In
tolling of it bc says: "1 was takon with
typhoid fovor, that ran into pneumo
nia. My lunga becamo hardoncd. 1 was
so woak I couldn't, ovon sit up in bod.
Nothing helped mo. I oxpeoted soon to
dio with consumption, when I board of
Di. King's Now DiBCOVory. Ono bottlo
gavo groat roliof. I continued to uso it,
and now am woll and strong. I can't
say too much i nita praise" Tho marvel
lous medicine is tho surest and quickest
ouro in tho world for all throat and
lung trouble. Regalar aizo 50 couts
and $1.00. Trial bottles froo at all drug
stores in the county. Evory bottlo guar
Loyal Whipping in Virginia.
WASHINGTON, Soptombor ll.-Tho first
logal whipping that has occurred in this
vicinity sinco tho oivil war has boon ad
minlstorod to John Husbard, a young
colored man, ot Roslyn, Va., just acrosB
tho Potots&o from Washington. Husbard
was charged with attomptod criminal as
sault on a colored girl. Justico Louis P.
Smith ordovod the aooused to rccoivo fif
tcon lashes on his baro baok. Tho son
touoo waa oxocutod In tho courtroom by
Constablo (tainos, who laid on tho
atripos with tho loathor handlo of a
No Hight to Ugliness.
Tho woman who is lovoly in face, form
and tomporwill always bavo frionda, but
ono who would bo attractivo must koop
her health If sbo la weak, sickly and
all run down, abo will bo norvoua
and irritable. If abo has constipation
or kldnoy tronblo, hor impuro blood will
causo pimplos, blotches, tokin oruption
and a wrotohod comploxion. Elootrio
Bitters is tho host medicino in tho world
to regulato stomaoh, livor and kidrtoya
and to purify tho blood. It givoa strong
norvos, bright oyos, smooth, volvoty akin,
rich comploxion. It will mako a good
looking, charming woman of a run-down
invalid. Only f>0 couts at all drug atoros.
Ooalh ni Roturn-Othor Horns.
RETURN, Soptombor 12.-Mr. I fay no
Martin, whilo crossing a wiro fonco, waa
terribly Shocked by lightning.
Mr. Lester Dalton rocontly killoe! a
largo rattlesnake. His snakeship oar
ricd ton rattles and a button.
Mr. David Sandors is our ne>tod hunter.
Ho rocontly took a hunting sprco and
killod ton squirrols.
Mr. John Mnrtin, of Tugftloo, is in our
burg on business tlda wook.
Mra. nannie Prico, who departed this
lifo Soptombor 10th, wns laid to roat in
Return oomotory Monday nftornoon at 8
o'olock. Sbo waa a good wlfo and tondo'r
mother. Hor many frionda oxto.id ain
coro sympnthy to tho bereaved family,
oapicially hor doar llttlo babo. it.
AM idea of tho vast wealth of Now
York city can bo gained from tho faot
that tho appropriation for ita municipal
oxponsos this year is $85,70Q,(i00, a sum
about half as groat an tho ontiro taxable
proporty of South Carolina.
IVER Y FARMER ll
we Sell you Goods
, our price... $ 1 85
>rth $5, going at. 2 50
-Miny stylo you want,
t $10, our undorsolling
... .. 5 00
Line of Men's, Ladies'-an<
In which we will give y
is to $3.50.
y-day Shoos from 60c. to $2.50.
d ovorything ciao in propor- /"
s and V alisos. Give us a call. %
t ai Io's Mills and Tokeona.
Toa HUNA, Soptombor lt.-Hot ! Hot 1
Hot ! lt Btill continues to bo hot.
Picking cotton, pulling fodder and
making sorghum is tho ordor of tho
Tho little shower of rain Saturday af
ternoon did a groat deal of good to tur
nips that woro just coming up.
Commissioner J. J. Haley was in our
community last wook looking after'tho
roadB. Mr. Haley tolls us that ho has a
good bridge built ovor Snow Crook bolow
Mr. lt. A. Mooro's, and now wo cnn
go to Sonnen !B s?vfoty without having
our lives insured.
Mr. Jofl" I Jobina, ono of Alpine's hust
ling young'mon, was in our burg recently
looking after somo of our good looking
Miss Sallio Moroditb, of Hartwoll, Qa.,
and Miss Mando Cromor, of Alpino,
spent sovoral days rocontly with Mrs. P.
Misses Emma and Anuio Crumptou,
two of Townvillo's charming young
ladles, spout ono night last wook with
Miss TiCstia Mooro.
Miss Clolia Crooks has roturnod to hor
homo at Polzor, after spending sovoral
days with hor undo, Mr. John Patter
Messrs. Noah and Kiro Grant, of An
dorsonvillo, woro in theso parts last wcok.
Messrs. W. I). Gilos, of our vicinity,
and S. 1*. Brown, of Oakway, mad o a
"courting trip" to Donvor Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Singleton, of Mount
Tabor, visited tho parents of tho latter,
Mr. H. A. Mooro, ud family, rocontly.
M?BS Addio Hioct, tho beautiful and
charming daughter of Rov. W. D. Hiott,
of Soneca, has roturnod homo after
sponding sovoral days with friends.
Mr. Elias Karl is doing a big business
Wo aro glad to say that Mr. Arthur
Gibson is improving after Dr. Stribling
porformed an oporation on his log. Wo
hopo to soo Arthur out again soon.
Tho jolly, good widowor, Mr. Hnrvo
Booth, hns movod bis saw mill on Mr.
W. T. 11 ?in t's farm.
Messrs. D. Ii. Simmons and J. T.
Whitworth havo roturnod homo after
sponding sovoral days on a pleasure trip
to Polzor. They report having had a
Mr. Maxwoll, of Hart county, Georgia,
was boro Saturday, looking aftor a nogro
by tho nanto of Will Gaines. Gainos
was under a hundred dollar bond and
made. Ids escape
Mr. Bronnio McCarloy, of Seneca, ls
sponding sovoral days with his undo,
Mr. A. P. Grant.
Mr. J. B. Kilgoro is ginning at his old
Mr. P. H. Isboll has ch argo of Mr.
Booth's gin at Cross Roads for this soa
Mr, .loo N. Grant, of this vicinity, will
soon go into tho morohandiso business at
Seneca. WALKING STICK.
Chronic Dian lasa Cured.
This is to certify that I havo had
ch ronlo diarrhoea ovor sinco tho war. I
got so woak I could har'My walk or do
anything. Ono bottlo or Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Romody
cured mo sound and well.
J. R. Ginns, Finoastle, Va.
I had chronic diarrhooa for twolvo
yoara. Three bottles of Chatnborlnin's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Romody
cured mo. S. L. SuAVRR, Finoastle, Va.
Both Mr. Gibbs and Mr. Shaver aro
prominent farinera and resido near Fin
castlo, Va. Thoy procured tho romody
from Mr. W. E. Casper, a druggist of
.that placo, who is well acquainted with
thom and will vouch for tho truth of
their statements. For salo hy J. W. Boll,
Walhalla; Wr. J. Lunney, Soneca; II. B.
Colorod Homo Industrial Association of Oco
noo County, S. C.
A committoo mot and organized a
Colored Industrial Association of Oconoo
County. A constitution and by-laws
woro adopted. Rotor Majors was elected
Prosidont; John S. Steward, Secretary;
Jamos R. Knox, Treasurer. I respect
fully call upon tho colored pooplo to
unite and organizo clubs at onco, so as to
moot in a county convention and bo con
firmed. Clubs aro oxpootod to bo organ
ized in oaoh precinct in Oconoo county.
I further call tho county convention to
moot on Friday, Soptombor 20th, 1800, nt
II o'clock a. m., nt Walhalla Court
House Kvory colorod person of Oconoo
couniy who is interested in tho oolorod
raco should bo prosont to soo and hoar
for thomsolves, and, if able, should join
tho organization. Ton couts admita ono
to tho convention, so as avoid thoso who
aro not interested lu tho colorod race
Soptombor 5th, 1800.
Bismark's Iron Norw.
Was tho rosult of his splendid health.
I ie lon. il a Ide. will and I i emend?le, OUOrgy
au not found whoro stomnoh, livor,
Ide ney ami bOWOlS OXO Ollt of Ordor. If
you want thoso qualities and tho sucooas
thoy bring, uao Dr. King'a Now Ufo Pills.
Thoy dovclop ovory power of brain and
body. Only 2?o. at all drug atoros.
N SOUTH CAROLINA IS
Cheaper than you ever
Tho Best Suits in the country, worth $15, our
special i^rico.,.$ 7 50
A Suit wo guavantco for two yoars' wo ar, latest
stylo and best quality, worth $19 of anybody's
money, our bargain prico. 9 00
Tho Beso Suits ever brought to Oconeo County,
worth $20, our prico. 12 50
i Childrens Shoes;
ou bottor bargains than you over had boforo Air your lifo :
Children's Shoes from ."55 cents to $1.50.
Boys' Shoos from 60 couts to $1.50.
;A5H BARGAIN STORE.
W. D. LESLY & CO
THE CASH STORE.
Ilavo a full lino of Dry Good., for you to look nt.
Two or thrco Hnndsomo Patterns of Mack Brocaded Skirt Goods*
All wc want is to show and prico our SHOES.
Farmers wanting oinpty lian els to put Sorghum In eau got thom herc.
Wo hnvo half a car on hand, both wood and iron hoops.
Wo ?ru Miiii giving moro GROCERIES for tho money than anybody oise?
A fow of our main things aro :
Thrco cakes of Good Laundry Soap for 5 couts.
18 pounds Good Oreen Coff co for $1, and a Good Parched Coffee for. 15
cents n paekago and a SHvor Knife or Pork with ovory package.
Arbucklo's, Lion and other Coffcos at ll conts por pnekago.
Dring ns your Chickens and Eggs. You may hiing soino of thc Old
Hons now. Yours, &c, r
W. ?. & CO.,
Values that Mean Something
Wc aro making ovory oft'ort to crowd plenty of business into tho month of
August-want to ranko it a record month. Wo'ro backing our desire by prices
that bavo tho right jinglo-styloa and qualities that wo fool aro most pleasing-tho
kind that really influonco your buying.
"When August Swings Along
Tho avorago doalor 'dots up" a little, but it's tho timo this atoro makes oxtra
offorts-tho daya whoa tho volumo of tho trado moans moro to us than margins.
Wo know that if wo koop your interest, through tho mid-summer months,
you'll romombor us when tho autumn needs aro on-you'll naturally pin your faith
to tho store that each and ovory mouth makes profitable buying for you; that
makos it to your financial iutorost to always como boro llrst.
Those Can't Bo Bent :
Our Mocha and Java Parched Con'co at 25 conts.
Our Kio Parched Coi?co at 10 conts.
Our Qroon Rios at 0, 10 and ?2? conts.
Our Teas-Black and Croon-at 00 couts.
Our assortment of Paney Craokors and Candies.
13 ig- Drives
In Clothing, Pants, Ovoralls, Shirts, Hosiery, Domestics, &o., Ac,
THE POPULAR PRICE S10RE.
T. E. Alexander,
OFFICIO IN STABLE, WALHALLA, S. C.
YOU THINK OF THIS?
A Ladies' Glove or Pebble Grain Shoe,
worth $1.00, for 70 Cents.
Como and soo our now lino of Trunks.
A. #?.50 T?XJ2NK FOR #2.00.
A FEW ALPINE HATS LEFT, WORTH $1.25, TO GO AT 08 CENTS.
Wo bavo just received a largo lot of Chairs --Kookora of ovory description.
A completo lino of Furniture, such aa Bedroom Suits, Bedsteads, Tablos,
Bureaus, Washstands, &o.
COFFINS TRIMMED AT ALb HOURS.
J. Sn CARTE RS
WESTMINSTER, S. C.
Tho question having boon roforrcd to
him by tho Stato Superintendent of Edu
cation, tho Attomoy Gonoral has decid
ed that county boards of oduoation bavo
nothing to do with tho oxpondituro of
school funds. Ho says tho Loglslaturo
"Intendod to entrust tho distribution
and oxpondituro of those funds ontiroly
to tho board of t?mateos, without tho
powor on thc part of any other ofllcer to
intorforo in tho exorcise of thia discre
It is said that aconta aro buying all the
long loaf timber lu tho Eastern counties
of tho Stato, 00,000,000 foot having boon
bought during July.
OFFICE DAYS: MONDAYS, FRIDAYS
Soptembor 7,18W, ,<)
111 Up !
I lind my ato?le of Drugs, Druggist
Sumirlos and Patent Medicines complote;
also a beautiful lino of Box Stationery,
and School Supplies of all kinds,
J. H. DARBY,