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-Just rocotved a big lot of clothing at
tlui Cash Bargain Storo,
- Bead Craig's "phunny" ad. Ho can
flt you in a hat.
-Foil BUNT-A nico cottago residence
with ilvo rooms. Apply to B. T. Jnyuos.
-Miss Annie Stribling, of Anderson,
visited her friend, Miss Ella Bold, last
-To RUNT, a dosirablo residence and
farm near Walhalla, S. C. Apply to S.
-Mr, Chas. Oontry, of Spartanburg,
is visiting tho family of Mr. A. C. Mer
rick this wook.
-Mr. T. M. Kelly, of Tamassoo, ia
shoving tho yard stick and cutting bacon
in Craig's storo.
-Born, unto Bov. and Mrs. J. L.
Daniel, at Mt. Gallagher, on tho 15th in
stant, n daughtor. <.
-Mr. Goo. .Seaborn, of Atlanta, spent
several days at tho homo of Judge J. W.
Holloman this week
-CallatC. G. Jayncs' grocory and ho
will toll you about Poatum, Coroal and
-Mrs. D. A. Smith loft Monday morn
ing for a fow days visit to'rolativos and
friends at Sandy Springs, Andorson
-Before buying soo our buggioB,
wagons, harness, laproboa. Wo carry a
completo lino. J. & J. S. Carter, West
minster", S. C.
-Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Gibson, who havo
boon visiting tboir parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. H. Gibson, roturnod to thoir homo
in Columbia Tuesday morning.
-ll eal ?h for ton cont?. Cascarots
make tho bowols and kidnoys act natur
ally, destroy microbes, euro hoadaoho,
biliousness and constipation. All drug
-Uov. B. L. Rogers, pastor of tho
Walhalla Presbyterian church, will at
tend tho fall mooting of tho South Caro
lina Presbytery, which convenes at Fort.
Hill to-morrow (Friday),
i*-For sick headache, loss of appetite
and any disorder of tho livor, take ono
of Luunoy's 8-hour liver pills at night
for a fow nights and note tho result.
25 couts at Luunoy's, Soncca.
-Miss Corrio Phinnoy, of Wost Union,
has roturnod to tho Williamston Female
Collogo to resumo bor studios. This is
her third yoar at this popular institution
of learning for young ladies.
-Married, on the 3d instant, Mr. Julius
Hoggs and Miss Thoodocia Dickson, at
tho rosidonco of tho ofllciating minister,
Bov. A. W. MoGuflln, all of Oconeo
county. Many friends oxtond congratu
lations and best wishes.
-Mrs. E. M. Cudworth and Airs. J. R.
Hughes loft Sunday for Atlanta, Ga.
Whilo in the Gate City Mrs. Cudworth
will buy her fall stock of millinory. Sho
ox poets to opon ono of tho best stocks
over shown hmo next wook.
-Mr. J. F. Waldon, of Highlands, N.
C., passed through Walhalla Saturday on
his way to Atlanta, Kansas, where ho
will ongago in business. Mr. Waldon
spent a year in Walhalla sumo timo sinco
and made many friends, who wish him
-'Tho now rosidonco of Mr. C. A. Hul
ton, on Tugaloo street, is going up rap
idly. lt will bo ooat and commodious.
Mr. Hinton bas long boon ono of Oco
neo's substantial citizens, and wo gladly
wolcomo him asan urban resident. May
his kind increase.
-Tho ladies of the Missionary Soeioty
of tho Walhalla Methodist church desire
to return thanks to Mr. T. E. Aloxandor
for tho courtesy extended in tho generous
sorvico of his carriages to convoy thoir
guosts to their homes on tho occasion of
tho district mooting last week.
-Rev. J. Ii. Daniel loft Monday morn
ing on a visit to tho family of his father
in-law, Dr. John R. Smith, of Mt. Galla
gher, Lamons county. Ho will return
on Saturday and fill his regular appoint
ment ht tho Seneca Methodist church
Sunday morning and ovoningat tho usual
-Rov. John G. Law, I). D., will preach
in tho Walhalla Presbyterian church on
noxt Sunday, morning and ovoning, at
tho usual hours. At tho close of tho
morning service a foreign missionary
collection will bo takon up. Tho many
friends of Dr. Law in this community
will bo delighted to hear him preach
-Mrs. V. Ii. Norman and children, of
Charleston, arrived in Wal h. a!la, last
Thursday ovoning. They will occupy
their reaidenco known as "Tho Cedars"
on Main strcot and mako thoir homo
hero in tho futuro. Mr. Norman ls ox
poctod to arrive in a tow days. Their
many friends wolcomo thom back to
thoir old homo.
-Owing to tho inclomonoy of tho woa
thor Tuesday night tho minstrel show
was postponed until to-morrow (Friday)
night. Tho Comedy Company promise
a "warm" show. It will bo their first
attempt at minstreloy. Lot all eudoavor
to encourage them by giving thom a
rousing welcome and a good house Fri
-J migo W. C. Honot spout Thoaday
night in Walhalla en routo to Cashier's
Valloy for his family. Ho has just re
turned from Scotland whore ho spent
tho summor visiting his mother and na
tivo land. Ho was looking exceedingly
well, and expressed himself as having
had a delightful trip across tho water.
Ho oxpects to resumo tho dischargo of
his judicial duties on Monday next.
-Mr. W. A. Dodgo, of Atlanta, Qa.,
representing tho Southern Art Associa
tion, spout Tuesday in Walhalla in the
interest of his company. Ho carries a
lino lino of samples of crayon, pastel and
other stylos of portraits and mCots with
success. Ho found Walhalla a much
larger and bettor place than it was rep
resented to bo. Ho oxpects to return later
and mako a thorough canvass, sinco his
time being limited to ono day boro, ho
wan unablo to get over moro than one
third of tho city. Ho ls a printer by
trado and mado himself ngrcobly at homo
in THU COUIHKII oillco for hnlf an hour.
i Qootta for my foll trado aud will bo glad
iuy true substituto for ooftoo.
3ivo thom a trial. v You will bo pleased.
io market affords.
tor ? fow days you oan got no moro loo.
A. Y N E S p
-Ohocso, ohooso. Call at Jnynos' for
-Seo tax notloo in anothor oolumn.
Tho lovy for all purposos 18,13$ mills.
-Throe bars lauudry soap at Jayncs'
for 6 conts. Two oakes toilet soap.
-Mrs. J, 8. Floyd, who has been quito
siok for somo timo, wo aro glad to re
port, is improving, nnd wo hopo to hoar
of his ont ire rocovory soon.
-You oan always got bargains in cloth
ing, shoes, lints, notions and gouts' fur
nishing goods at tho Cash Bargain Store,
-Mr. T. E. Traylor, representing K.
P. Andrews ?fc Co., wholesale papoi
doalors, Washington, U. C., was in Wal
--Trunks aud valisos, any stylo you
want, nt a reduced prico at tho Cash Bar
I -Tho Presbytery of South Carolina
I moots noxt Friday at Fort Hill. Major
S. P. Bondy will represent tho Walhalla
johurch; J. W. ll ol loman, alternate.
-Mrs. Buoy McJunkin, of South
[ Union, is visiting her rolativos in Wal
halla and Wost Uuiou. Sho is accompa
j niod by Miss Laura MoAHstor, of At
-Mrs. N. G. Ballinger and family,
af tor spending tho sn m m er in our de
lightful mountain climate, re?an ned to
thoir homo in Granitovillo, S. C., this
?-Tho Baptist church has boon much
improved in appearance, by tho addition
of a noat boll towor on tho wost sido of
church, lt adds greatly to tho appoar
anco of tho building.
-Mr. C. W. Bauknight's storo has ro
contly rocoived a handsome coat of paint
and has boon much improved in appear
ance. Ho now has tho prettiest storo
front on Main st-root.
-Mrs. M. M. Kinard, of Columbia,
arrived Wednesday ovoning, and Mr. W.
F. Socba, of Jacksonville, carno to-day
to attend tho funoral of thoir mother,
Mrs. C. D. Scoba, this afternoon.
-Mr. C. W. Pitchford has purchased
tho house and lot on corner Main and
Collogo streets from Mr. W. C. Roches
ter. Thoro is room for improvoiuont on
this placo, and Mr. Pitchford is tho man
to make it.
-Miss Emma Wicklim, ;? Wost Union,
left Wednesday nion.in j io enter asa
student in lamest one Collego, Gaffney,
S. C. This is an old institution of learn
ing, hoing founded in 1815, and is a first
class woman's collogo in every respect.
-Rev. J. H. St me will preach at tho
Dodd burying ground on tho second Sun
day in October at ll o'clock a. m.; a^
which timo an effort will bo made to
organize and build a Baptist church at
that placo, which is near Evatt, Oconoo
-Capt. W. G. Smith, of Columbia,
spout Sunday night in Walhalla with his
daughtor, Mrs. N. Iv. Fant, and family.
Tho Captain is always a welcome visitor
boro. 1 Do was accompanied to Colum
bia Monday morning by his wifo, who
has spent tho summer hero.
-Mr. J. P. KCOBO has purchased from
Mr. W. C. Rochostor bis cottago rosi
donco on Main streot. Ho will finish tho
house and othcrwiso improve tho pro
perty. Wo aro glad to wolcomo Mr.
Kceso as a pormanont citizen, and hope
ho will soon bring to his comfortable now
qrartors a bettor half.
-Mrs. Sarah Hoad, widow of tho lato
Joptha Hoad, died at tho homo of hoi
son, Mr. Joab Head, near Evatt, in this
county, on Saturday, Kith instant. Sho
was in her 7??d year. Hbo was a mcmbor
of tho Baptist church and a good wo
man. Hor body was buried at tho Dodd
burying ground on Monday, 18th instant,
tho funeral services hoing conducted by
Hov. J. II. Stone
Wo have just received a Ono, new
stock of Imported DRUGS and
MEDICINES, which wo will bo
pleased to supply our customers
at LOWEST PRICES.
OUH CHINA DEPARTMENT.
Tin and Agateware, Lamps and
Glassware always arriving.
Groceries, Fish and Sausago fresh
A Gracoful Act.
Anderson intolligoneor, Soptomhor 20 :
"Mayor Rolloman, of Walhalla, did tho
gracoful act in charging up a healthy
lino against tho gay young rowdies who
painted that town rod a fow weeks ago.
Tho fines could havo boon largor, but wo
supposo tho Mayor found somo mitigat
Choswell Cotton Mills.
A commission was issued last week
from tho Soorotary of Stato in Columbia
to the Choswell Cotton Mill Company, of
Westminster, Oconoo county. Tho cor
porators aro Wm. E. Choswoll and Camp
bell Courtenay, of No wry j W. P. Ander
son and W. J. Carter, of Westminster,
and C. E. Mason, of Toccoa, Ga. Tho
capital stock is to bo $100,000, divided
into shares of $100 each.
Wc aro in receipt of the catalogue of
tho Winthrop Normal and Industrial
Collogo for tho year 1898-MH). It is a
handsome publication, containing 101
pages, and giving a vast doal of useful
information concerning tho work done
in this popular institution. During tho
past year thoro wore 478 students en
rolled, and this year tho prospect is good
for an increased attendance. A strong
faculty is installed. Pa ron ts having
daughters to send off to school would do
well to write to President 1). B. Johnson,
Book Hill, S. C., for a copy of tho cata
' -Mr. Ourtie W. Foster aud wlfo, of |
Riverside, Ala., aro visiting his pAronts,
Mr. aud Mri. F-duwud Fostor, at Bloh
land, this county.
Now Pastor for the Walhalla Baptist Church.
Tho Walhalla Baptist ohuroh on last
Suuday, at a oh mob. conference, extended
a call to Hov. Carlylo Branyon, of Uart
well, Oa., to bo their pastor for thc re
matador of this year. We understand ho
has aoooptod tho oall. Mr. Brauyou is a |
promising young proaohor. Wo gladly
welcome him to his now Hold of labor
and bospoak for him a cordial wo?como
to tho hem H and homos of nil our peo
A Juvenito Birthday Parly.
Lillie Miss Mary Ellon Wilson cele
brated hor third birthday laat Friday
af toi noon by giving a party to hor littlo
frlouds. All onjoyed themselves hugely.
Refreshments woro sorvod. Wo wish
for Mary Ellon a long lifo of happiness.
Tho following woro prosont: Misses
Andrea Sohrodor, liossio and Annie Rob
erts, .Kthoi Jacobs, Annlo Sohrodor, Irouo
White, Norma Mooro, Eliso Cudworth,
liossio Barron, May And Myra Faut, Lula I
and Rosa May Busoh, Julia May Bose,
Loulou Gi ovo, Fannie May Mioklor,
Natalio Normnn, Ida Biomnnn, Margery
and\Dorothy Niold, Mabol and Carlotta
Pratt and Inoz Ward; Masters James
Mosa, Herman Sohrodor, Bri to Book,
Freston Barron, Eddio Cudworth, Ba
gcao, Jim and Arthur Snead, Richard
Boso, Korr Pratt, Toay Hutchison. Tho
prosouts woro Humorous and beautiful.
Doath of Mrs. C. F. Sooba.
Mrs. Christina D. Sooba, tho bolovcd
wifo of Capt. Charles F. Sooba, died at
their homo, in Walhalla, Wednesday af
ternoon at two o'clock, after a lingering
illness. Sho was born in Gorinnny Janu
ary 22d, 1884. Sho carno to America in
18*8, and to Walhalla In 1850. In 1855
abo was happily marriod to Mr. Charlos
F. Sooba. Ho and four childron survivo.
Tho sons aro William F. and Columbus
C. St eba, of Jacksonville, Pla.; daught
ers, Mrs. M. M. Kinard, of Columbia,
and Mrs. Mary Joost, of Walhalla. Sho
was a consistent mombor of tho Luthe
ran church for many years and diod in
tho faith. Hor protracted suffering waa
horno with patience and fortitude lu
hor death Walhalla losos ono of its pio
neer residents. Sho was a devoted wife,
affectionate mother, kind neighbor and
faithful friend. To hor aged husband,
and to '. - sons and daughters, is ex
tended ti.~ sincero sympathy of a host of
Tho friends and acquaintances of tho
family of C. F. Sccba aro invited to tho
funeral of Mus. SKKHA, at tho Evangeli
cal Luthoran church this (Thursday)
afternoon at llvo o'clock. ,
Poorhouse and Prison Preaching.
A "(?ospol Wagon," with largo sign on
top, "Stop Sinning; Seek Salvation,"
created comment on Main stroot Tuesday
ovoning. It was owned by Rev. A. S.
Orno, of Syrnouso, N. Y., who with wife
and two small sons aro traveling through
tho United States inspecting charitable j
and correctional institutions. Mr. Orno
is rosponsiblo for tho abovo startling !
?tatemen!. Thia is tho twenty-sixth
Stato visited and to our reporter said : I
"The facts and figures givon are gleaned
from porsonal investigation and should j
nrouso every citizen of this country to a
sense of their obligation to tho homeless
chilli, for from 05 to 00 per cont of tho
criminals in tho United States, and they
havo increasod 63 por cent during tho
past ton years, whilo our population has
only increased 25 per cont, woro of this
class, or, what is worse, had had bad
homes. No minor should ovor cntor a
poorhouse or prison, hut should bo sent
to a homo who. ^ they would bo cducatod
in head, heart and hand, turned out freo
from tho shame and stain of theso placos,
skilled tn handicraft, hence self-support
ing." Mr. Orne says further that during
his nine years of travel ho linds that tho
porconlago of paupers and prisoners in
tho South in proportion to tho popula
tion is less than that of tho North. This
is duo. ho says, to tho fact that immi
grants aro not so numerous in tho South,
and also beca uso most of tho population
of tho South is composed of tho Anglo
Saxon raco. Tho family conducted ser-1
vices at our jail and poor house. Mr. ?
Orno says not Ovo por cont of theso
places have regular religious services;
moro than half haven't any at all.
20 CENTS GIVEN AWAY
Out this out and tako it to tho
druggist named below and you will
re?oive a regular 25c. sizo bottlo of
Dr. Sawyer's Ukatino for 5c. Uka
tino positively cures all forms of kid
ney diflleullies, dyspepsia, constipa
tion, headache, _ v rheumatism and
puffing of tho a * oyes. Ukatino
euros pimples and blotches and makes
sallow ana yellow skin white. Do not
delay, but tako advantage of this
groat offer, as thousands bear evi
dence to tho wondorful curative pow
ers of Ukatino,
DR. J. W. BELL,
Willimill!, H. 1).
Beaverdam Baptist Association.
Thero will bo a meeting of the Execu
tive Committoo of tho Heaverdam Asso
ciation bold at Cross Roads ohuroh Tues
day, tho 10th of October, at 2,'H) o'clock
P. M. next. Ono or moro members of
ovory church in the association is re
quested to bo present to consider the
bcBt plans for prosecuting tho State Mis
sion work for tho ensuing year. Como,
whothor sent by your church or not.
I). W. IIIOTT, Chairman.
Bcd Hot from tho (Hm
Was tho ball that hit G. H. Steadman
of Newark, Mich., in tho eivil war. It
caused horriblo ulcers that no treatment
holpod for 20 years. Thou Buoklen's
Arnica Salvo cured bim. Cures cuts,
bruises, burns, boils, felons, corns, skin
oruptions. Best pile euro on earth. 25
couts a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by
all druggists in tho county.
Old stone Church and Ccmotory Assocaition.
Tho annual meeting of the Old Steno
Church and Cemotory Association will
bo hold on tho Hist Friday in Ootobor,
1800, tho 0th day of tho month. A full
meeting is desired. Thero will ho an
address by ono or moro distinguished
gentlemon. Tho public is cordially in
vited to nicol with us and spend tho day
at this sacred place, where so many of
our friends Ho buried. Hy order of tho
Association. H. F. SLOAN,
Secretary and Treasurer,
WT I If \ I U Women, ns well ns mon. are
YV J-JA/ ID "nulo miserable by kimmy
mid blndder trouble Dr.
Ill Kilmer's Bwamp-Iloot, tho
x. ^ ' Orrat Kidney Remedy
IVr A Ai 1,1 nnunplly c.'.r'.-r.. At diujj
l>l i A VI VI KlSUiln Olly cont and liol.
SJMJJ.XX.1X.X-A pftrMwjBi v/", m||y |,ftvon
sample bottlo liv mall fn t,ni?o pamphlet telling
all about lt. Address, Dr. Kilmer & Co., liloi;
bnmton, New York,
Ex-United States Sonator Don Came
ron Hogged a .lowish merchant for sell
ing liquor to negrocj on bia prosorvos
noar Beaufort, and a jury, af tor hearing
tho case, gave a verdict against tho ox
Sonator for $860. Tho chastised mer
chant sued for $10,000.
INTEREGTINQ MUTING OF WOMAN'S MIS
SIONARY SOCIETIES OF GREEN?
MIT OF JH?TROGEEDINGS.
A Roprosentatlvo Gathering and Much En
Tho Woman's Foreign Missionary So<
oiotios of tho M. E. Churoh, South, lu
tho Groonvillo Distriot, hold ll io iv annual
distriot. mooting in tho Walhalla Metho
dist church, September 15-17..
Nearly all tho auxiliary sooiotios in
tho district woro ropro?ontod. Tho dolo
gatos woro mot at tho train Friday ovon
tog hy Itov. J. L. Daniol and a commit
too of ludios and geutlomou, who o*oort
cd thom to their homos.
" Mrs. M. II. Goodgion, Distriot Scoro
tary, was hore, and to hw devotion,
geniality and Uno oxooutivo ability, tho
success of tho mooting 1B largely duo.
Mrs. 10. S. Horbort, Vico President of
tho 8. G. Conforonco W. P. M. S., was an
bonorod guost of tho ooonsion. She ran
dorod much valuablo assistanco through -
out tho sessions. Her proBonoo is al
ways a bonodiotlon wherever sho goos.
Friday night all assotnblod at tho
church, where a full houso grootod thom.
After dovotional oxoroiacs, conduotod
by Hov. J. L. Daniol, tlio mooting was
given into oliargo of tho hullos.
Mrs. Goodgion prostdod M?OS'The
resa MoDavid, of Groonvillo, waa olootcd
secretary. She porformod h or duties in
a most pleasing and oilleiont mannor.
Names of dologatos wcro enrolled aa
follows: Miss Thoresa MoDavid, Groon
villo; Mrs. ll. F. Browne, Andorson; Mrs.
lt. P. Ransom, Williamstou; Mia. M. W.
Goloman, Sonoca; Mrs. J. D. Perry, Wal
halla; Miss Mary ProBsloy, Polzor; Miss
Greta Gainos, Contrai; Miss HnttioDuf
ile, Hock Springs; Miss Minnie Traylor,
Westminster; Miss Ruth Stoviek, juve
nile, Andorson; Miss Hertha Mo Kol voy,
juvenile, Williamstou; Miss Soppie Mc
Donald, juvenile, Hock Springs; Mist
Ludio Jordan, juvenile, Seneca. There
were also present as visitors Mrs. L. W.
Jordan and Miss Mainio Swann, Seneca
Mrs. J. L. Shanklin, Mrs. J. P. McDou
aid, Misses Martha and Sallie McDonald
and Mrs. W. C. Foster, Hichhmd.
An address of wolconio was made, bj
Mrs. D. A. Smith, of tho Walhalla aux
iliary. In bolsalf of her church and so
cioty, BIIO oxtondod a most cordial groot
ing to tho oflicors, dologatos and visitors
welcoming them to our hearts and homos
and assuring thom of our deep and ahid
ing interest in thc noblo work in whicl
they aro engaged.
Tho secretary read a lotter from tin
Woman's Missionary Society of tho Wal
halla Presbyterian church, expressing
tho thanks of its members for invitation
to attend tho meetings, and wishing thor
sisters God-speed lu their work.
A responso to theso words of wolconii
was mndo by M$s. lt. P.vRausom, of Wil
liainston. Shu thanked tho ladios of th
local societies for tho hearty wolcom
tendered their visitors, and spoko pleas
antly of tho kindly interest awakened h;
thus mooting together, of tho honeiit
derived from an interchango of thought
and tho lasting impressions that will b
loft on ovory mind and heart.
Mrs. Herbert then gave ono of her in
toresting little "talkB." Sbo said sh
nover makes a lecture or an address, sh
only "talks in a grand-motherly way.'
It was a ploasuro to look into bor saiutl
face, and liston to her kind, swcot voter
Sho asked: "Does God answer prayer?
and proceeded to provo that ho doos.
Mrs. Goodgion gavo an instructivo an
interesting account of tho work of th
W. F. M. S. Sho told of its organi/.atioi
ita rapid growth, and tho magnitude c
tho work it is doing at tho present tim?
Mrs. Goodgion is well informed on a
missionary topics, and is doing a goo
work for tho Groonvillo District. Sh
impresses all who meet her with borget
Heness, devotion and solf-forgotfulnesi
On Saturday morning, af tor tho opoi
ing exercises of Soripturo roadinf
prayer and song, the tinto was devote
to hearing reports from the delegate
concerning their respectivo auxiliariei
Most of tho roports woro very cneouraj
ing, showing an increase in tnomhorshi
and amounts raised. Thoro aro 20 soci
tics in the Greenville District, with 21
mouthers. Tho total amount raised la;
fiscal year was $427.24. Greenville In
tho largest and host society, thou Ando
BOO, Williamstou, otc. Tho Walha!
auxiliary ranks ninth in tho district,
has l l members and contributed $18 ht:
year. Mrs...!. 1). Perry is president (
this sooioty, and is much loved* by i
Tho reports finished, Miss Ruth Ste
ick was appointed agent for tho Litt
Worker, tho children's missionary pape
and scoured several new subscribers.
Mrs. Goodgion spoko of thc antin
meeting of tho Conference Society, to 1
held in Groonvillo next Juno, and urge
a full attendance.
Mrs. Herbert told about tho Scarri
Hiblo and Training School and tho vf
nable work done thero.
The secretary read a lotter from Mi
Dolla Wright, who has boon attondh
tho school, preparing for missions
work, and another from M?HB Johan
Sanders, our own missionary inShanglu
Mrs. Goodgion presonted sumo bite
eating pictures of missionaries, thc
pupils and their homes.
Mrs. ll. T. Jaynos road a paper i
"Our Work in Korea."
Saturday afternoon, after tho usual <
votional exorcisoB and reading mimd
of the morning session, roports wc
read hy tho juvenile delegates. Uti
Miss Ruth Stoviok was cptlto proud
roport tho Anderson juvenile the "hr
ncr society" of tho district. Willin
atoii stands noxt.
Several interesting letters and pap?
wore read. One written by Mrs. Land'
concerning tho work in Brazil, was rc
hy Hov. Daniel.
Mts. Horbort and Mrs. Goodgion nm
instructivo talks on tho work in varie
'Miss Mamie Swann, of Seneca, rc
an oxeollont papor on Cuba, showing t
pressing need of missionary work
that dovaslatcd island. Hoi* papor v
listoned to with much interest.
On invitation from tho auxiliary
Piedmont, it was decided to hold I
noxt annual district meeting at tl
Tho committeo on resolutions tondoi
thanks to tho Methodists of 'Vallo
for thc cordial welcome and kind ont
tatnment received at thoir hands.
Mrs. Goodgion oxproBBod hnr.iolf
much gratified hy tho intoroBt mn
festcd in tho meeting, and tho hopo
outlook for tho work lu- tho Oraonvillo
District. Sho urgod that each auxiliary
society endeavor to aoooruplish moro
thia JCAX- than ovor before. .k>-i
After soruo concluding remarks by
Rov. Daniel, tho meeting was adjournod.
Ou Sunday morning at 11, o'olook, Dr.
W. W. Daniel, pf Anderson, proaohod au
eloquont and impressive missionary ser
mon, using as his text Mark 14-0, " Verily,
Issy unto you, wheresoever this gospel
shall bo preached throughout tho wholo
world, this also that she hath lone shall
bo spokon of as a memorial of her." Dr,
Daniel is known as a otroug proaohor,
end on this occasion was at his host. His
points Wore olear, oondiso, loglonl, dem
onstrating tho goBpol of Christ to bo
world-wide in ita mission. It shall bo
preached until ovory nation and every
individual sholl hoar tho story of tho
oross. Tho spirit of Christ is n mis
sionary spirit. Tho supremo sacrifico
for tho rodomption of tho world was
prompted by his lovo. Ho oame to sock
and to savo tho lout, and commissioned
his disoiples to go into all tho world and
teach all nations. Tho anti-mission
spirit is necessarily anti-Christian. No
short ftynopsis can do justice to his ablo
soi mon. Ho held tho closest attention
of his largo congregation for an hour,
and n lasting impression for good was
In tho af tornoon at 4 o'clock thoro was
a mass mooting of nil tho Sunday sohools.
Familiar songs woro sung, in whioh all
joined. Mrs. Horbort and Mro. Good
gion mado missionary talks espooially
adapted to littlo children, though thoy
w ore. nono tho lC8S int ere:, I iee; to tho
larger folk. Storios woro told thom of
littlo ohildrou in heathen lando, showing
how unloved thoy aro and uncarod for
and this was contrasted with thoir own
happy lot. Tho ohildrou woro much in
terested and bhowod tholt\oloso atten
tion by promptly answering allquostions
asked thom. In roply to tho quostion,
"What is a missionary?" ono littlo tot
answorod: "A good lady who goos to
China." At tho close of this mooting
Mrs. Goodgion organized a juvenile BO
eioty with olovon members. Mrs. S. N.
Pitchford was solcotcd as lady manager.
A bettor solcction could not havo boon
mado. Oflicors woro olootod na follows:
Miss Gertrude Smith, presidont; Master
Charlie Pitchford, vico president; M?BS
Idilio Byrd, corresponding socrotary;
M?BS Eloise Strother, recording secre
tary; Miss Mary Pitohford, treasurer.
Tho children aro much interested in
their missionary sooioty, and cannot but
make lt a BUCCOSH, With tho guidanco and
assistance of thoir efllciont lady manager.
Wo fool sure that tho causo of mis
Bions has been advanced among us, by
this district mooting. Information has
boor disseminated concerning tho work
in loreign Holds, and tho resources at
home that sustain tho work. Agitation,
discussion and education aro thc ac
knowledged moans for host promoting
tho interests of any popular causo. Tho
presonco in our midst of gifted and do
votod womon is in itself a blessing. May
their memory and iulluonco long abido.
j M. C. J.
At eight o'clock Sunday ovoning Dr.
Daniel spoke earnestly on tho twoutioth
century movomont of Methodism in Eng
land, Canada and tho United States, mak
ing speoial roforonco to tho movement
inaugurated among tho Southern Metho
dists to raiso $1,000,000 as a froo-will of
fering for tho ondowinont of our educa
tional institutions. Tho imperativo ne
cessity for Christian education of tho
highest order was stressed. Tho ago
demands tho highest typo of manhood
and womanhood, and tho training neces
sary to thoir development can bo found
only in schools, colleges and universities
dominated by tho purest religious senti
ment. Tho education of tho hoad, tho
heart and tho hand ?B necessary to tho
formation of a well-rounded character.
Ho would not antagonize any of tho edu
cational institutions supported by tho
State, but ho thought whatovor tho State
forced from us in taxation for her insti
tutions, tho lovo of Christ would con
strain us to do as much for tho causo of
Christian education. Ho spoko for fifty
minutes, ovory sonteuco bristling with
reason and wisdom and carrying convic
tion to bia hearers. Would that ho could
present tho causo boforo all our congre
gations in tho happy manner which ho
did on this occasion. Thoro is little
doubt that the amount desired
will bo raised, and ovon tho $2,000,000
mark may bo roached. ' Moreover, tho
season is auspicious for a pervading
rovival of tho roligious and missionary
Brave Men Fall
Victims to stomach, liver and kidnoy
troubles as well as women, and all fool
tho results in loss of appetite, poisons in
tho blood, backache, nervousness, head
ache and tired, listless, run-down fooling.
Hut there's no need to feel liko that.
Liston to J. W. Gardner, Idavillo, Iud.
Ho says: "Fleotrio Hitters aro just tho
thing for a mau when ho is all run down,
and don't caro who thor ho ll vos or die?,
lt did moro to give mo now strength and
good appotito than anything I coidd
take. I can now eat anything and havo
a now loaso on* lifo." Only fi0 couts, at
all drugs stores in tho county. Evory
Westminster Grunge, No. 241, will
moot at tho hall at Oakway on Friday,
tho 2(lth of Septembor at 10 o'clook
sharp, to attend to somo important busi
ness which comos boforo tho Orango. It
is to tho interest of ovory mombor to bo
prosent at this meeting. Now, brothors,
tako notioo and bo on timo. Hy order of
thc W. O. Master.
JOSKPH BKAIIDKN, Socrotary.
? - * . ??
Few womon realizo tho iulluonco oxort
od on thoir bodily and montol well-be
ing by tho speoial organism of thoir sox.
It is hard for thom to believe, that tho
littlo drain whioh goes on from day to
day is suflioiont to sap away tho vory lifo
forces. Yet it is so. Tho woaknoss, ex
haustion, melancholy; tho periodical
prostration and Sometimes almost tor
turo has no othor causo, two-thirds of
tho timo, than tho abnormal, unhealthy
condition of tho gonorativo organs.
Strangely onough ovon doctors often fail
to recognizo tho truth. For this condi
tion thoro is no other remedy in tho
world so helpful and cortain as Dr.
Piorco's Favorite Proscription. It re
stores health and vigor to tho fomalo
functions and ronowod vitality to tho
entire body. It heals Inflammation,
stop': discharges, strengthens tho liga
ments and builds up tho internal tissues
whioh cannot bo ranched by "local treat
ment." It is of inestimable valuo to
young women and to prospectivo moth
ers, greatly lessoning thc pain and per
ils of child birth if takon during preg
Tho attorneys of Col. W. A. Noal ap
peared before Attornoy Gonornl Bellinger
last Thursday and had an Interviow be
tween Col. Neal and tho State. Mr. Bol
linger declined tc sotMo for IOBB than
tho $11,000 reported by tho investigating
committee Tho Interview rosultod In
dismission only. Tho matter it appears
will go to tho courts for sottlomont.
r, Lewiston, 111., had soma thrilling ex
porloncos. but nono nnomod moro diuiRoroini
than those ot lila Into he BJ-t trouble lie Bayai
"I Iud seveve palpitation of th* heart
tot year** my physicians Raid I
was nable to drop Sead any moment.
Pulsation at times would be 150 a min*
It gave me prompt relief? and today I
nm in good health*"
ls sold by nil druggists on gu&rantoo
first bottlo bonofita or money buck.
Hook on heart and norvos sont froo,
Dr. Milos Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
THE NEWS FROM SENECA.
King Cotlon Holds Forth-Local Paragraphs
SKNKOA, Soptombcr 29.-Mrs. L. C.
Craig, her ohildron, and Histor, Miss
Rosa Wolsh, returned homo on Tuesday
af tor a sojourn of somo wooks in Jocas
Mr. L. W. Jordan rocolvod a tologrnm
on Tuesday convoying tho wolcomo intol
ligonco of tho safo arrival of Lieut. Whit
Jordan in Now York, on tho transport,
from Ibu ana. Lieut. Jordan has boon
ill in Cuba for tho past throo wooks and
his homo coming will causo great joy to
his anxious relatives.
A slight rain on Tuesday "laid" tho
.dust somowhat, which was badly needed.
\Tho low rate of ginning, by tho rivnl
gins, has caused a largo quantity of cot
ton to bo in this market for tho past
Avoek and our stroots prosont a busy
scone Thoro is no prospect of a com
promiso at prcsont. Tho Oil Mill gin
nery will bo proparod tomako tho round
lap balo in a short timo. At prcsont
they aro making only tho square halo. It
is thought by many that tho round halo
will bo vory popular after it is tested,
being easier handled and a Baving to tho
Mrs. Ilorbort, Vico President of tho
Stnto Missionary Society, was in Sonoca
sovoral hours on Tuesday. Tho ladies
of tho Seneca Missionary Sooi'oty mot
hor at Mrs. Coleman's and Were greatly
entertained by this consecrated woman
as she told of tho work.
Miss Ryrdio Thompson goos to Colum
bia this week for a short visit.
Mr. Hobt. Lunnoy, of Darlington,
finds our town so attractive that ho re
turned hero on Tuesday, aftor an ab
sence of somo wcoks.
Mr. J. M. Strothor has relinquished
the oxpected movo to Ridgo Spring, and
will remain in Soncca this wintoiv
Mr. Archio Lindley, of Charleston,
who has boon quito sick with fovor at
Mr. A. W. Thompson's, is now improv
Mrs. Ilamitor is now out of dnngor.
Miss Annie Stribling, of Andorson, is
visiting hor unclo's family this wonk.
Miss Ora Willis, of Lolo, Spartanburg
county, is tho lucky winner of faio Fede
ration scholarship in tho Columbia Uni
versity, Now York. An Oconoo county
girl carno noxt in tho contest, tho paper
of Miss Filio Stribling, of Westminster,
being next host.
Miss Annie Aloxnndor loft last wonk
for'Qroonvillo, whore sho entered Chi
oora Col logo.
Miss Fthol Clayton, of Atlanta, is vis
ithig Miss Christino Dickson.
Mrs. II. J. Gignllliat loft on Monday
for a visit North.
Miss Mary Cherry entertained a largo
numbor of young pooplo at her homo
last Thursday ovoning in honor of her
gilesta, tho Misses Norris. Tho rccop
tion hall was boautiful in decorations of
ferns and palms, whilo tho parlor was
handsome in its own particular furnish
ings, both hoing lilied with tho morry
ns^omblago of bellos and beaux. At tho
closo if tho ovoning, delicious rofrosh
monts woro served in tho spacious din
ing room, and thus closed ono of tho
most prominont lOoial functions of tho
Millions Given Away.
It is cortainly gratifying to tho public
to know of ono concoin in tho land who
aro not afraid to bo gonorous to tho
needy and suffering. The proprietors of
Dr. King's Now Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds havo givon away
over ton million trial bottles of this
great medicino, and havo tho satisfaction
of knowing it has absolutely mired thou
sands of hopeless cases. Asthma, bron
chitis, hoarseness and all diseases of tho
throat, chest and lungs aro suroly cured
by it. Call on all druggists in tho county
and got a bottlo freo. Regular sizo fiOo.
and #1: Every bottlo guaranteed or
--? . -.
BKTIIRL, Soptonibor 21.-Mr. Willio
Sloan, who has boon working In tho Wal
halla Cotton Mill, has returned homo.
Mr. Sam Massoy, who has boon seri
ously ill for somo timo, is improving.
Mr. Doylo Dodd and littlo son, Clara,
of Soncca, visited homnfolks Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Duncan, of WcBt
minstor, visited rotativos and frlonds
boro last weok. They aro always wol
como visitors In this community.
Mr. Coka Watson, of Fasloy, is visiting
in this sootiou.
Miss Cosido Cowan, who has boon
teaching school at Flat Shoals, has re
turned homo. WlM'.KMKTTA.
I had ohronio diarrhoea for twolvo
yoars. Throo bottlos of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhma Remedy
cured mo. S. L. SnAVKlt, Fincaatlc, Va.
Roth Mr. Gibbs and Mr. Shavor aro
prominont far morn and reside noar Fin
castlo. Va. Thoy procured tho remedy
from Mr. W. F. Oaspor, a druggist of
that placo, who ls woll acquainted with
them and will vonoh for tho truth of
their statements. For salo by J. W. Roll,
Walhalla; W. J. Lunney, Soncca; H. 1).
Tho town of Abbovillo sufforod from a
Bovoro Uro last wook. Ono of tho oldost
rofildoiicos in tho town, a grocory storo
and throo store-rooms, all in tho Cothran
block, woro totally destroyed.
llave a full Hue of Dry Goods for you to look at?
Two or turee Handsome Pattons of Blr.'ik Brocaded Skirt Goods.
All we want Ss to snow and price our SHOES.
Farmers wanting empty Barrels to put Sorghum In oan get them here*
Wc haye half a ear on hand, both wood aud iron hoops.
We are still giving more GROCERIES for tho mc ney than anybody else*
A fow ot Our main things are *
Thrc? cakes of Good Laundry Soap for 5 cents.
18 pounds Good Groen Coffee for $1, and a Good Parched Coffee for 15
cont s a paokago and a Silror Knife or Fork with overy paokago.
Arbuckle^, Lion and other Coffeos at ll couts per paokago*
Bring us your Chickens and Eggs. Von may bring some of the Old
Hens now. Yours, ?feo., . v-' !
W. JT>. JLiEl&X.^ & OOo,
Values that Mean Something
We aro making overy offert to orowd plonty of businoss into the month of
Augusta-wont to make H a record month. Wo'ro baokiug our dosiro hy prices
that Have tho right jinglo-stylos and qualities that wo fool aro moBt pleasing-tho
kind that really influence your buying.
"VVlien .A.ngpust Swings Along
Tho avorage doalor 'iota up" a littlo, but it's tho timo this atoro makos oxtra
offorta-tho days when tho volunio of tho trail o moans moro to us than margins.
Wo know that if wo koop your intorost tb rougi? tho mid-sum mor months,
you'll romembor us whon tho autumn nooda aro on-you'll naturally pin your faith
to tho store that caoh and ovory month makes profitable buying for you; that
noakes it to your lluauoial intorost to always coTho boro Hist.
Thoso Can't Bo Boat :
Our Mocha and Java Parched Coffoo at 25 couts.
Our Kio Parched Coffoo at 10 conts.
Our Groen Rios at 0, 10 and 12J conts.
Our Toas-Black aud Groon-at 00 conts.
Our assortment of Fancy Oraokors and Candies.
J3igT * Drives
lu Clothing, Pants, Overalls, Shirts, Hosiery, Domestica, ?fcc., ?fcc.,
THE POPULAR PRICE STORE.
Ti E. Alexander
OFFICE IN STABLE, WALHALLA, S. C.
YOU THINK OF THIS?
A Ladies' Glove or Pebble Grain Shoe,
worth $I.OO, for 70 Cents.
Como and soo our now lino of Trunks.
A. #?.*550 TRUNK I^O Ll #0.00.
A FEW ALPINE HATS LEFT, WORTH $1.25, TO GO AT 08 CENTS.
Wo bavo just rocoivod a largo lot o? Chairs-Rockers of ovory description.
A complote lino of Furniture, such as Bedroom Suit?, Bedsteads, Tables,
Bureaus, Washstands, ?fcc ,
COFFINS TRIMMED AT ALL HOURS.
J. S. CARTER,
WESTMINSTER. S. C.
Dr, W. F? Austin,
OFFICE BAYS: MONDAYS, FRIDAYS
Soptombor 7, 1801).
I lind my stook of Drugs, Druggist
Sundries and Patent Medicines complote;
also a beautiful lino of Box Stationory,
and School Supplies of all kinds.
J. H. DARBY,
JOB WORK !
milE PUBLIC SCHOOL at Sonooa, S.
X C., will bogia MONDAY, SEPTEM
BER 4TH. . .
All tho patrons of tho Sohoo?'varo
urged to bavo their children attend ot
Tho School will ho taught by three ox
porioncod toaohors. Tho College Pre
paratory Department will bo in charge
of tho Principal.
There will bo no charges during tho
torin of tho Public School.
J. E. WARI), A. B., Principal.
August 31, 1800. 35-88
Contract tor Stew ari.
millC CONTRACT foi'Steward of tho
X. Poor Farm, for tho year beginning
January lat, 1000. will bo lot at, tho bOlco
of tho Board ol' County Commissioners,
in Walhalla, S. C., to tho lowest respon
sible bidder, on tho first Tuesday in Oe
tobor, 1800. upon sealed bids.
Each biddor will bo rccpiirod to ac
company bis bid with a statement of tho
numbor of bis family, and ages of bia
ohildron. As a part of tho dutioa of tho
Steward bo will bo oxpeoted to rocoivo
and work tho ohalnrrang nt nuoi? times as
tho Board may sondit t'horo.
Tho Board reserves tho right to roloct
all bids. J. M. HUNNICUTT,
Soptombor 14, 1800. 37-30
YOI/ givo your bouso and farm a good
donning up ovory Spring. Why not
give yourself ono, too? Your system
nooda it after going through tho bad win
tor aoason aa much ns your house duos.
Wo bavo tho Medicine that (loos the
work, and does it woll, too. It contains
in ovory bottlo all of tho host Drugs
known to bo useful aa systom-ronovators.
Como and soo, and lot us show it to you,
and common sonso will do tho rest.
All it cost? io 50o. and OOo. a bottlo.
You can't afford to do without it.
And if yon aro just getting ovor tho
grip wo oan holp you in that, too.
It costa us nothing to show you our
Medicines-in fact, wo toko ploasuro
always In doing it.
SENECA, 8. O,
INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE,
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
DEPUTY COLLECTOR'S OFFICE,
WALHALLA, Soptombor 14, 1800.
fllllE following described property
AL having boon seized from Jamos L.
Jackson for violation of Soctions 8280
and 8200 Roviscd Statutes United States,
notice is horcby given that any porson
claiming samo must givo bond as ro
quircd by .Section 8460 Roviscd Statutos
United ?tatos within thirty (30) days
from tho dato horoof, or tho samo will
ho forfeited to tho United States:
One hay mare, ono buggy and liarnos?,
two 3rt caliber pistols and about oight
gallons of corn whiskoy.
ANSON C. MERRICK,
Soptombor 14, IHOO. 87-.|o
"VTOTICE is hereby given that tho um
Ll dorslgnod will mako application to
1). A. Smith, Esq.. Judgo of Probato
for Oconeo county, in tho Stato of South
Carolina, at his ofllco at Walhalla Court
House, on Monday, tho 25th day of Sop
tombor, 1800, at tl o'clook in tho fore
noon, or aa soon thereafter as said appli
cation oan bo hoard, for loavo to mako
llnal sottlemont of tho cstato of Monroe
Gilmore, decoaaod, and final disohargo
as Executor of said ostato.
C. It. I). BURNS,
Executor of Estate of Mooroo Gilmore