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Are oarofully ?Jigarded, aud wo gulc
ing thegbodB that soil-that powoss tho ?
a factor lu thia moro's suoocss, That tho
ooncluslvoly hy tho buyers who aaako this
Looking Where One Llgri
Is a protty good idea whou lt ?oi?ea
whtoh you trado should ho tho ono thnt
risk lu your buying boro-?Tour money b
Hy. Wo sta?d baok of ovory transaction
Give mo a oall, or sond your ohlld 01
iV/'/.^vV'v Yours ros
C, G. JAYNE!
T OQT1 ONE NOTK from D. P.
XJV/O X 1 Kobius to J. T. Robins
for one thousand dollars, duo tho 1st
day of January, 1900. All persons aro
hereby notified tb at If sahl noto is tradod
for or cashed lt will aud must bo rft tho
risk of the parties trading for said note,
as I havo uot parted with tho ownership
of the same. J. T. ROBIN*
Stood mx?r limxmal.
-Contraot to lot! Soo adYortlsomout.
-Soe Notloo rovoklug powor of nttor
-If you havon't bought your fall shoos
lt will pay you to soo Craig's.
-Mr. C. II. Mayhew loaves this (Wed
nesday) ovonlngfor Atlanta.
Seo Mastor's sale's in nnotbor col
umn ot thisJi88U0.
-Wo cnn savo you 10 to 26o. por pall
on shoos. Ii. C. Craig, Walhalla.. S. C.
-Boin, unto Mr. and Mrs. T. Walter
Thompson, on tho 0th instant, a sou.
-Admiral Dowoy will bo In Atlanta on
Tuosday, Ootobor 81.
-MON KY TO LOAN to U. S. witnesses.
Cnll at my storo. James I. Smith.
-Mr. A. P. Cnmp, of Qainosvillo, Ga.,
is visiting tho family of Mr. A. C. Merrick.
-Frosh lot of candy just rocoivod at
Boll's drug Btoro.
-Soo now nd. of J. &. J. S. Carter,
WoBtminstor. Somothing to intorost
-Mr. mid Mrs. J. A. Collins, of Brc
vard, N. 0.,* aro visiting their parouts,
Mr. and Mrs: D. Oolkors.
-At J. M. W'?higton's gin you can
got tho fin oat samplo, neatest bale and
host thrutmt of cotton. Try him.
-Rend tho now nd. of Messrs. Lowory,
Byrd & Co., of Seneca, and noto what
thoy havo to say about roducod prices.
-Mr. Will Littloton and Miss Emma
Findley, of Tally, S. C., woro married
last Suuday ovoning.
-Big bargains in notions, gouts' fur
nishing goods, trunks and valises at tho
Cash Bargain Storo.
-Dr. J. K. MoWhortor, of Rotroat,
spont sovornl hours in Walhalla to-d?y
(Wednesday) on business.
-Valuable land for salo. Soo adver
tiBomontof Mr. J. D. ?sboll. Two splon
iMd tracts aro offered.
-Rov. Carlyle Branyon, tho pastor,
will preach in tho Walhalla Baptist
cliurob uoxt Sunday morning and ovon
ing at tho usual hours.
? - Fountain pens, pencils, tablets,
crayons and school supplios at Boll'?
-Some of tho farmors in difforont
parts of tho cotnty aro holding thoir cot
ton for eight conts. Wo wish thom suc
coss in thoir endeavor.
-Thoro will bo preaching by tlio pas
, tor in tho Walhalla Mothodist chu rob noxt
Sunday morning mid. ovoning. Every
body is invited to bo prosont.
-Romombor, wo will savo you from
15 to 35 por cont on clothing, shoes nr .
hats. Cash Bargain Storo.
-Hon. J. L. Jackson, of Anderson,
momborof tho Houso of Representatives,
was in Walhalla Tuosday. Ho is look
ing for some of Oconoe's valuablo real
-Health for ton conts. Cascarots
make tho bowols and kldnoys act natur
ally, destroy microbes, euro hoadacbe,
biliousness and constipation. All drug
-For sick headttoho, loss of appotito
and any disordor of tho liver, take ono
of Lunnoy's 8-hour livor pills at night
for a fow nights and noto tho result.
25 conts at Lunnoy's, Seneca.
-Tho 'possum hunton, and 'possum
oators aro having ?their innings just at
thiB season. That festivo bird is said to
bo Yory common on tho Oooneo plains
--Tho United States District Court
will conveno in Grconvillo on tho 17th of
this mouth, No oases of gonoral intor
ost aro to bo tried, but thoro will bo a
formidablo array of illicit, distilling cases.
-Wo aro offering somo raro bargains
in ladies' skirts, capos and jackets.
Cash Bargain Storo.
-Wo havo hoard somo complaints
about certain partios killing partridges
out of season. Tlio law is sp?cifie as to
tho dates whou birds eau bo killed, and
this law should bo rigidly enforced.
-UBO only "Lakosido" hams. They
aro tho host. Don't fail to try our half
patont Hour at $4.00 per barrol.
.1. & J. S. Carter, Westminster, S. C.
-Let no man bo deceivod by tho ad
vance in cotton. Tho short crop is tho
only reason for tho upward tendency of
prices, A big crop next year will pull
it down again. Plant wheat and oats
and ralso pigs.
-Messrs. A. I-, Rowland and C. A.
Lylos will conduct an all-day singing at
Bollmont school houso on tho fourth
Sunday In this month, commonoitig at 0
o'clock. Tho publio cordially invited to
attond. Bring all your singing books.
Well-filled baskots expected.
-Soo J. & J. S. Garter, Vcstminstor,
boforo buying your buggies, wagons and
lap robos. Thoy also carry a completo
line of buggy and wagon harness.
-An infant daughter of Mr and Mrs.
John DuBoso diod last Thursday night
from an attack of membranous croup.
Tho remains of tho littlo ono woro laid
to rest in tho Westview comotory on
Friday aftornoon. Tho boroavod par
ents havo tho sympathy of many friends*
-The Textllo Excolslor, published at
Charlotto, prints tho following, wbioh is
nows to us: "It is reported that t?.a Wal
halla Cotton Mills, with a capital stook
of $100,000, has mado nlroady this year
$10,000 and bas on hand about $10,000
working capital." If this ls so, wo aro
glad to boar it.
-Do any of our oidor citizens romom
bor anything about this? Wo dip tho
following from tho Spartanburg 'Freo
Lauco: "Mr. James MoMakin, of this
city, was bom Juno 20, 1817. On Ooto
bor 4, 1830, ho and George Jonos left,
Spartanburg in a stago to go to Grcon
villo and tako In tho racos. On tho way
lt snowod on thom. Ho distinctly re
members the oiroumstanoo/'
lo our purchases along such lilies. Koop
milt to tnako them roc?? along lively-is
prloow sweop along oasy linos is proven
storo their trading placo.
to paying out your money. Tho store at
returtiB you tho best value. There's no
nek" if not a value and tho proper qnal
-wo guarantee every price,
r servant. ' >
J, The Grocer.
-Big drive this wook In shoes at
Craig's. Call and soo thom I
-Mrs. W. P. Rold and two children,
of Souooa, spout several days last week
in Walhalla visiting tho families of Mr.
O. L. Bold and Mr. G. T. Grovos.
-Mr. L. A. Cook, optician, reprosout
ing Mr. A. K. Hawkos, tho famous At
lanta optician, is lu town and will be at
tho drug storo of Dr. J. W. Boll io-day
(Wodnosday), Thursday and Friday.
-Don't fail to road our advertisement
iu noxt wook's papor for it will surprlso
you to socwhat wo will do for yo?.
Cash Bargain Storo.
-Mrs. J. S. Boc, accompanied by hor
little son, of Charleston, ls on a sovoral
weeks' visit to hor cousin, Mrs. Jas. T.
Wilson. Wo wish her a ploasant stay in
-Wo havo rocoivod a largo lot of
crookory. Also ohlua dinner sots. It
will pay you to soo thom boforo buying.
J. & J. S. Carter, Westminster, S. O.
-Attention ls called to tho now advor
tlsomont of Mr. V. Ii. Norman, who has
nd,urned to his "nativo hoath" to estab
lish himself in business. "Vio" always
was known ns a hustler, and ho knows
bow to soil goods so as to glvo his ous
tomos tho greatest valuo for thoir monoy.
His bran now stock of dry. goods, notions
and fancy goods is arriving daily in largo
quant ii ?es. Bo ?uro and road his "salu
tatory" and don't fall to glvo him a call.
-Ad orson Pooples' Advocate : "Mrs.
Anna M. Stribllug, ono of South Caroli
na's four surviving daughters of tho
Bovolution, daughter of John Vornor, a
gallant, soldier who bravely fought In tho
battlo of Cowpons, is on a visit to hor
son, John Vornor Stribllug, a soldier of
tho Confodoraoy, who is tho happy pos
sessor of a highly prized rollo handed
down from his grandfather. Tho rollo is
a flint-and-stool 'horseman's pistol,* ono
of tho aldo arms with wbioh his grand
father bravoly battlod for freo govorn
mout. Mrs. Strlbling is in hor 80th
year. Sho is tho mother of 13 children
and tho grandmother of GO, woll pro
sorved in mind and body, and yot, as in
tho past, insists that 'idleness is tho
workshop of tho dovll'."
Wo havo just received a fino, now
stock of Imported DRUGS and
MEDICINES, wbioh wo will bo
pleased to supply our customers
at LOWEST PRICES.
OUR C?1NA DEPARTMENT.
Tin and Agatowaro, Lamps and
Glassware always arriving.
Grocorios, Fish and Sausngo frosh
Tho Oconeo Cornily Alliance
Will moot at Bounty Land school houso
on tho second Friday, tho 18th of Ooto
bor. JA.MI.S T. RKID,
Public lion's Need Work.
If somo work is not dono on tho pub
lic roads of this county boforo tho winter
rains sot in it will bo next to impassable
to tra vol-if tho winter showors bo ns
bad as usual. Whilo tho roads aro now
dry thoy ?no full of ruts. Thoro scorns
to havo been vory little work dono on
somo of thom this yoar.
Tho Anderson Dally Mail.
Volumo 1, No. 1, of tho Anderson Dn*iv
Mail, a now papor, wns rocoivod at chis
oi?ico last Friday. It is a neat si col
umn folio, and tho first numbor >us a
"bummer." Audorson is a lnsfcMng
town, and wo hopo and believe abo will
liberally support hor daily as wolf, as sho
does hor wcoklics. Tho Mail is ?SSSOd
from tho Advooato of?lco and published
by t. r- samo company. Wo wish for tho
now papor a long lifo of prosperity.
Tho tablo of apportionment of school
funds for Oconeo county will bo found
on tho fourth pago of this issuo. Tho
State dispensary fund for Corinth dis
trict, No. 81, should havo boon $10.70,
making a total of $07.77 to tho crodit of
tho district, instead of $107.05, ns printed
in tho tabulated statement. Tho insti
tute oxpensos should havo boon $15.13
instead of $1.25. Suporintondont Barron
discovered tho orror aftor tho tablo was
Wolcomo to Abbovlllo.
Tho Abbovillo Press and Bannor says:
"Wo loam that Mr. John Roso, of Wal
halla, who is woll known in Abbovillo
as a business man, bas rontod ono of tho
now cottages bolonging to Mr. L. W.
Wblto, nnd will noon bo muriborcd na
ono of our citizens. Mr. Roso and fam
ily will bo wolcomed to our city by many
Wo loam that it it ' uncortain whotbor
Mr. Roso will movo bis family to Abbo
villo. Wo sincoroly hopo ho will not.
Water-Works in tho Jail.
Tho County Commissioners havo just
finished tho job of putting wator-works
in tho Jail. Tho piping and tho ram
woro purohnsod from Wm. J. Strlbling,
ns administrator of tho estate of Bio
mann, and was that wbioh Biomann bad
put into his premisos boforo bis death.
This was a needed improvomont to tho
jail, hut tho thing wo need most is a jail.
Would that our pooplo would compol tho
oroction of a jail that would be docont
Serious Loss by I ire.
Mr. F. J. Polzor had tho misfortune to
loso his magnificent barn athis summor
homo, about throo milos from Pendleton,
Saturday night, by Uro. Tho barn con
tained oightoou mules and horses, oigbt
lino Jorsoy milk cows, about two hun
dred btisbols of grain, rn onglno, throshor,
lot of wagons and farra hnplomonts.
Roughly estimated tho loss is about
$0,000. This is tho second firo of this
kind Mr. Polzor has sustained In tho
last oigbt years. It is supposod that tho
causo of tho flro was spontaneous com
bustion. Tho barn and contents woro
Almost u Fifa Tuesday Wotnlnn
Tuesday mornlcR about 7 o'clock the
Marm o? Ure v?as givon, nud lt was found
that tho storo rooniB aud post ofllco, in
tho Masonic Templo building, wer o full
of smoke. It took soino tlrao to loeato
tho spot from whloh tho smoke oamo,
but it -waa nt last dlflooverod to be Issu
ing from a bolt of cloth on a shelf lu tho
?tore room of Mr. O. H. Sohumaohor.
Neither the orlglu of tho fire, nor how
long it bad boon burning beforo discov
ered, ls known. No daraago of conse
quence was douo.
Death of Mr. Clark 8. Smith..
Mr. Clark 8. Smith diod at his homo,
at Sandy Springs, in Anderson county,
on Wednesday morning, 11th instant, at
ton o'oloek, after a lingering illness from
paralysis. Tie had boon in feeble health
for sovoral years, IBs aftliotlon was
borno with fortitude and resignation.
Bo was about forty years old. Our Mr.
D. A. Smith wont to his brother's bod
eldo Tuesday '.norning, and was with
him when he breathed his last. Tho de
ceased leaven ono brother and sister to
mourn his death. To them tho sinooro
sympathy of many friends is extended.
Revenuo Officers at Work.
O? last Saturday Doputy Marshals W.
B. P. Corbin and J. T. MoKlnuoy, Col
lootorA. C. Merrick and Messrs. John
Chapman and J. W. Corbin dostroyod two
dir tlllorlos-ono inQoorgla and ono in
this oouuty-cutting up tho stills and
destroying about 2,000 gallons of boor
and mash. On Tuosday they dostroyod
a largo distillery noar Battlo Crook, out
up still? oap and worm, dostroyod 4,000
gull on s of beor, ten bushels of meal, and
orroBtod 'Kugono Hall. This (Wednes
day) morning ihoy out up a still, cap
and worm, dostroying 1,500 gallons of
boor and mash, and arrested Josso
Owens and Wright Suidor.
Mr. J. D. Isboll, who lives near Walhalla,
presented tho COUUIBK Monday morning
with somo lluo turnips of tho Bod Top
White Globo vnrloty. Ono of tboso tur
uips weighed oight pounds mut anothor
ono about live pounds. Wo oonsidor
these largo turnips, whon wo tako into
oonsidoration tho dry and hot woathor
of July and August. Mr. Isboll hns had
good, luolcwith this excellont vegetable
j and lins bdpn supplying tho Walhalla
market plentifully with turnips, realiz
ing good prices for tho same. Thanks,
farm or Isboll, for lomomboring tho nows
papor fraternity in this mannor. With
a nico pioco of pork wo well now havo a
dinner good onough for tho gods.
Owing to tho brilliant L-'CCOSS of A. K.
Hawkes, tho famous Atlanta Optloians'
Spooialist during his last visit, ho lins
boon induced to visit our town again,
ant) will romain at tho storo of his agont,
J. W. Boll, druggist, for 8 days, beginning
Ootobor 11th. All poisons whoso oyes
ncod attention wHl now tako ad vant ago
of this opportunity. Mr. Hawkes has all
tko modern appliances for tho soient ide
adjust mont of spootaolos and oyo glasses
to tho oyo. Thoro is no optician in tho
Unltod Statos who enjoys tho confidence
of tho pooplo moro than Mr. Hawkes.
MB name is a familar word throughout
a scotian of tho country inhabited by
ovor twenty-five millions of people.
Mr. Hawkos has probably fitted glassos
to tho oyes of moro pooplo of national
and international fanio than any othor
optician living. His wonderful success
is duo to i no supoilor grado of glassos,
and to tho confidonco tho pooplo havo in
his ability as a practical optician.
This firm was established in 1870,
nearly thirty years ago. Call oarly, as
ho will romain but 3 days, ns ho has
othor ongagomonts for lator dates.
Caution:-These famous glasses aro
Death of Mr. Caspar Schaidt.
Tho Review, of Lonaconing, Maryland,
of Ootobor 0, 1800, glvos tho following
account of tho death of Mr. Caspar
Schaidt. Hov. J. G. Sebald, tho much
bolovcdtmstor of tho St. John's Evan
gelical Luthoran churoh at this place, is
tho only son of tho docoasod, and ho has
tho sympathies of many in his boroavo
mont. Tho account roads:
1 After en illness of ono day. Caspar
Schaidt, probably ono of tho Oldest oiti
zous of Alloghany county, died from a
complication of diBoasos at tho homo of
his son-in-law, Mr. John Schmidt, near
Cumberland, at 0.30 o'clook last Satur
Caspar Schaidt was a brotbor of tho
late Peter Schaidt, of this placo, and was
boin at tho villago of Woissenbaoh,
Kingdom of Bavaria, Germany, on Ooto
bor 14, 1813. Ho omigratcd to Amorica
whon 28 yoars of ago and was first om
plojod at the old iron furnnco in this
plnco, tho ruins of which aro at tho roar
of tho Central High School building.
Lator ho bought a farm noar Cumber
land, where he spout tho groator part of
his lifo. Ho died Soptombor 30th, 1800,
aged 85 yoars, ll months and 10 days.
Ile was a typical Gorman, sober, indus
trious, honest and outspoken to adogroo;
tho kind of mon whoso coming was tho
making of our land.
Bo was ono of Mio original members
of tho Bedford St.'oot Luthoran Church;
sorvod a largo number of yoars as a coun
cilman, and his only son, now pastor at
Walhalla, South Carolina, is tho only
minister of tho gospol gono forth from
that congregation, ns far as the writer is
Informed. Iiis ohiof oharactoristio was
his boin;sty and guilelessness; his pastor
oncosaid of him to ono of his ohlldron:
"I always know whoro ydur lather
stood!" Ho loavos two obi ld ron, tho
son mentioned abovo and Mrs. Wilhel
mina Hank, of Lonaconing, bosidos nu
morouu grandohildron, His wifo and
two child rou precoded him to otornity.
Tho f littoral took placo ?A Cumberland
Tuesday aftornoon, Hov. G. Eifrig ofii
oiatlng. Interment, was made in tho
comotory connootod with tho Bedford
Stroot Gorman Luthoran churoh.
Story of a Slave.
To bo bound hand and foot for yoars
by tho chains of disease is the worst form
of f\.very. Goorgo J). Williams, ot Man
rhoslir, Mich., tolls how s.ioh a slavo
was ;.:ndo froo. Ho savsr "My wifo
has boen so helploss for ilvo yoars that
?ho could not turn ovor in bod alono.
Aftor using two bottles of Klcotrio Bit
tors, oho is wonderfully improved and
ablo to do hor own work. This supremo
remedy for fomale disonses quickly euros
nervousness, sleeplessness, monancholy,
hoadacho. backache, fainting and dizzy
spoil?. This miiado working medicino
ls a godsond to weak, sickly, run down
pooplo. Evory bottle guaranteed. Only
50 couts. Sold by all druggists hi tho
Governor Won't go lo Atlanta.
COMiMiiiA, S. C., Ootobor 0.-Gover
nor McSwoonoy will not go to Atlanta
for tho Stato fair as lt comos too noar tho
South Carolina fair.
Dowey Gono to Vermont.
WASHINGTON, D. C., Ootobor 0.-Ad
miral Dowey left to day for Vermont In
company with W. E. Seward Webb and
tho governor of Vermont, who had como
for him in Dr. Wobb's private oar.
Bismark's Iron Nervo
Was tho result of his splendid health.
I minmi table will and tremendous onargy
aro not found whoro stomaoh, liver,
kidney and bowels are ont of ordor. If
?ou want i b> .m qualities and tho success
hoy bring, uso Dr. King's Now Life Bills.
Thoy.dovelop ovory power of brain and
body.\ Only 2?o. at all drug storos.
HEWS IN ?ND ARCU?IO WEnTM?NSTEH.
The Bennion ol ?ho Freomno Family-tocal
and Personal Paragraphs.
WESTMINSTKU, October ll.-Who? tho
vest?bulo train la ou Bohodulo tliao ou
Thursdays tho. COUBUCRS roach this
post ornoo nearly ilya hours earlier than
formerly. Mossrs. Ed?tete, tho chango
is fully appreciated.
Southern Presbyterian,* October 12:
"Rev. W. T. Matthowa is-quitolU at ,his
homo in Clinton, 8. C., na wo goto( press.
Mr?. Matthews' many friends rogitet to
loaru of his illness, and hope for a speedy
Miss Rossie Crows, a char ming and
highly nooorapltohed young lady of Dan
ville, Va., arrivod Tuesday evening and
will spend some limo at tho home of
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Cartor. Miss Crews
is ? muslo toaoker and carno dowu to
loach Mr. (Jailor's ol ii ld ron. i
Mrs. Claudo Llttlo is on a visit to hor
parents, Mr. and Mis. W. A. Quinlan, at
Harmony Qrovo, Qa. Mr, Llttlo appears
to bo lonely now. t
Mrs. R. R. Aldrich is visiting relativos
nt Mt. Tabor, uoar Tugaloo river, this
Last Saturday was a rainy day sud not
moro than forty woro present at the
family reunion of Mr. and Mrs. M. F,
Froomnu. Tho ovont ooourrod on tho
81st aunlvorsary of tho birthday of Mr.
Freeman, Ho is a nativo of Abbeville
county and has boon married twice. His
first wifo was a Miss Shaw, of Abbeville
county, and ho was marriod to hor ovor
sixty-four yoars ago. His preaout wifo
was a Miss Mitoholl, of Andorson, Iii
whom ho bas a loving help-moot. Thoy
havo boon residing in Oconoo county tho
past twonty-ouo yoars. Among those
present on ncoount of tho abovo occa
sion, who resido atadistanoo, wore: Rev.
A. P. Marott and daughter, Fair Play;
Mr. and Mrs. Tims. Mann aud Mr. Hurt
Froouinn, Atlanta; Mrs. Sailors and son,
Hart oounty, Ga. : Mr. Eugono Mitoholl,
Andorson, nud Miss Ida Bowloy, Au
gusta, Ga. Mr. Freomau is the father of
sovonteon chlldron, thirtoon of .whom
aro living. Ills'oldost daughter is Mrs.
Sailors, who is 02 yoars old. Two ohll
dron resido in Arkansas, ono in Toxas,
ono in Abbovillo county, in this state,
and two llvo In Georgia. Mr. Freeman
says ho thinks ho baa fully ono hu >^rod
and fifty desocada nt s. Ho has sovo
ral groat-groat-grandohildron. Notwith
standing his ripo old ago, ho is still ablo
to work on tho farm. Ho will mateo
tin co bales of cotton and probably ono
hundred bushola of corn this year, aud
ho guided tho plow through ovory fur
row that was run in makjng tho orop.
Mr. Freeman uuttod with tho Baptist
church about sixty years ago and served
his ohuroh ns deacon for a long timo. At
family reunions good dinnors aro always
proparod. Shortly Bftor 12 o'clock all
woro Invited to dino, and, after an ap
propriate prayor by Rov. Marott at tho
tabfo, ovorybody holpod themselves to
tho bountiful food. In tho afternoon
thcro was muslo and singing, whloh was
groatly enjoyed. Tho parlor had boon
very prettily doooratod with rosos and
othor iloworo for tho occasion.
Wo havo boon furnished with a list of
tho summer boarder.: who et upped with
Mr. and Mrs. Sloan Dickson nt tho Mino
rai Springs. Thoy woro as follows: Mrs.
Dr. J. C. Bonnott and daughter, Jeffer
son, Ga. ; Mr. and Mrs. Parkor Sowoll
and sons, Frank and Paul, Lavonia, Qa. ;
Rov. P. H. Moars, Weimer, S. C. ; Rov.
W. H. Campboll and wifo, Misses Tilla
Campbell, Manon 1 tolmos, K at ie Taglio,
Mr. Baron A. Holmes, Mrs. Kate Hawck
and grnnddauthor, Mario Henson, Mrs.
Mnggio Burn and Bon, Lookwood, Mrs.
J. C. Conlon and daughters, Holon, An
ulo, Luoilo and Qortrudo, Mrs. L. Cooh
ran and four children, Clarence, Marion,
Eugene and Lourotta, Charloston. Noarly
all havo returned homo, del i ghi cd with
our climate, tho mineral water and tho
kind treatment, of tho host and hostess.
Mrs. R. R. Bagnall, who was roported
ill Inst week, is improving.
Dr. J. IL Johns, formorly of tho Grady
Hospital, Atlanta, in at homo for a fow
Miss Elliott Freeman is assisting Mr.
C. J. Mulkoy In tho post ofilco.
Good cotton brought VJ conts last
wook, but soon droppod down sovoral
points and is not bringing BO much now.
Not much coming in this wook.
A. L. GOSSKTT.
Whonovor thoro is a stoppage of the
bowol-action, liolp should bo given im
mediately. UBiiallyn mild, gent?o laxa
tivo is all that is noccessnry. A violent ,
wronohlng, griping cathartic la nevor
needed. Dr. Ploico's Pleasant Pollots
aro tho most pleasant mid successful
romody for occasional or ohronlo consti
pation, or oust i veness. Thoy aro tiny,
sugar coated, anti-bilious granules, that
ovon tho smallest, ohlld can enslly take.
Thoy act in porfcet accord with nature
and produco no griping or othor disa
greeable fooling. Thoy should bo takon
nt tho ilrst indication ot digestivo trouble
Thoy stop sour stomach, belching,
"heart-burn," flatulence and sick hoad
aoho. Thoy euro constipation porma
iiontly. You can stop taking them after
tho bowols aro thoroughly rogulatcd.
Thoiv help lasts. You do not bocomo a
slavo to thoir uso, as with othor pills.
Dowoy's Gift House.
WASHINGTON, Ootobor 7.-Admiral
Dowoy bas olootod to ncoopt a hotuo In
Washington already count rooted Instead
of having ono built. Tho Admiral said
ho wanted first of all a houso at tho oar
licst possible moment, so thnt ho might
go in and hang up his hat at once. He
requested that the house be modest
enough In il s appointments and oost to
permit tho retention of suflloicnt money to
defray tho expense of furnishing it. Ho
noted with satisfaction that tho fund had
over -10,000 suhscrlborB, indicating that
tho homo was to bo roally a gift of tho
We aro Offering: Some Rare Ba
Overalls, Hunters' Coats
IF YOU WANT SHOES OF ANY Kl
BEFORE PLACING "J
IN DRY GOODS
Wo havo a nico lino of Common
Wo Hod at8e., 10o., 12+0., 15e,
20o., 20e and ?Oe
As good a lino of Calico at'le,
fie, Oe and 7o. por yard ns you
will find anywhoro.
IN NOTIONS WE SE Id J
10 Balls White Sowing Thread
for only 5o.
.3 Papera Ordinary Pins for ?o.
144 Agate Buttons for ?e
1 Pair Cotton Towels for ?e
Ladies' Undorvosts from ?Oe to
$2.50 por pair.
Men's Undershirts from !10o. to
$2.50 por pair.
We L?en.? ISusl?iorfs ami will Tr
on Anything ^
. d' . C
to die several times, yet I am spared
to tell how 1 was saved," writes Mrs.
A. A. Stowe, 237 pl. 4th St., San
Jose, Cal. "I had valvular heart
trouble so severe that 1 was pro
nounced 'gone' two different times.
The valves of my heart failed to
work properly, and circulation was
so sluggish that the slightest exertion
Ereduced fainting. 'There is- no
ope* said my physician, so I decided
to try Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and the
result I consider miraculous. I am
satisfied it saved my life."
is sold by all druggists on guarantee
first bottle benefits or money back.
Book on heart and nerves sent free.
Dr. Mlle* Medical Company, Elkhart. Ind,
Locals from Zion.
ZION, Ootobor ll.-Miss Ilattio Rut
lodgo has returned from a short visit to
relativos and friends in Westminster and
Fair Play. Sho ro-oponod sohool at Zion
Ootobor Otb, after a month's vaoatiou for
tho cotton-picking season.
MrB. Goorgo MoKoo oud sod, Mr. Sloan
McKee, have returned from Columbia,
whore tho formor hos boon visiting for
sovornl wooks. h<
m, CANDY CATHARTIC.
Tho Black Diamond.
Tho survoys in South Carolina, bavo
boon finished and tho estimatos will soon
bo proparod for tho English syndicate.
The distance from Port Royal to tho
j Georgia Stato Uno ls 257 1-10 milos.
Suporiutondout of Survoys, W. B. Cron
shaw, has found an excellent lino. From
Andorson to Port Royal, a distance of
ovor 200 milos, there is no grado thnt ox
oeods ono foot. Evorythiug is moving
along to tho entiro satisfaction of Mr.
Dickinson, Mr. Kirby and all others who
want to soo tho road built and aro work-1
lng to that oud.-Dovor Nows.
Judge Estill bas refused to grant ball
to Julia Morrison, tho murdoross of Ac
tor Lindonboimor at Chattanooga. Tho
husband of tho acoused was Hued by tho
court $50 for calling tho Stato's attorney
''ad-d liar" during thc proceedings.
j To tho Pooplo of Oconoo County
Donr Frlonds: I havo just oponod at
tho Koluna store, iu Walhalla, ono of tho
most beautiful and woll-Bolootod stocks
that has ovor boon shown in tho county.
Am too busy to enumerate in thlB issue,
but vylliioall attention to partloular lines
COME AND SEE ME.
This world bel on gs
to tho onorgotio.
plains jp clothing* Overcoats,
and Shoes of Every Kind.
ND IT WILD PAY YOU TO SEK US
r-OUR FALL ORDER.
IT Wild, PAY YOU
To soo our lino of Cotton Cbc hs
at 4c. and 5o.
Rod and Whlto Plaunols from
12)o. to 45o.
IN HEAVY GROCERIES
Wo aro soiling aa follows, in no
loss ninount than $1.00, nt this
prioo, and that for oash only:
17 pounds Granulated Sugar, $1.
10 pounds Standard Soda, 25o.
TRY A SACK
'pi our Throo P's Flour and you
will buy no othor. Evory saok
eat You Right* Got Our Prices
fou May Want.
Tho Famous Atlanta Optician*
Diroot from tho homo ornoo of ibis Groat
Optical Homo, ov ouo of his prootloal
Opticians and viii romain at tho atoro of
his Agent fiC
J. W. BELL, Druggist,
rTJjot'eo JL>a.ys Only,
beginning October ll. This will glvo|
tho citizen? of
"W" -A. TL* .A. X? IL* A. I
and vicinity a rare opportunity of hav
Eye Sight Tasted Free]
by ono of tho most ronownod and sue*
oosBfiU ns woll ns rollablo Optlolans in
tho IT. S. Mr. Hawkes has tho modorn
npplianoOB for nolontlilo adjustment of
f[lassos to tho oyo. Thoro ls no Optiolau
n Hip U. S. who enjoys tho oonlldonoo
of. tho neoplo moro than Mr. Hawkes.
Iiis namo is a familiar word throughout
a sootion of oountry inhabited by ? vor
TWENTY-FIVE MILLIONS of people.
Mr. Haw koa has probably adjustod
glasBOs to tho oyes of moro pooplo of
national and international fame than
any othor Optician liviug. This firm
was established In 18/10.
IH often tho oauso of headache, dizzi
ness, norvou8noss and dimness of VIBIOII.
This oau bo ouro~d in many oases by tho j
corroot fitting of his Crystallised le?aos
to tho oyo. Cnll early. Ho positively I
romains but THREE days, ns ho has|
othor ongagomonta for later dates.
CAUTION.-I would oaution tho
publio ngainst buying spootaolos from
peddlers, going from houso to houso
with a lot of spootaoloB, roproaoutlng
thom to bo Hawkes', or soiling tho samo
grado of goods. Hawkos' Spootaolos
aro NEVEU peddled. Many of tho
iuforior glasBOs that flood tho oountry
aro positively injurious to tho oyo.
Vrom Kx-Frculdcnt of VJ. Grover
Iixccntlro KI minion.
Washington, December 2,1898.
A.. K. Hawkes, Esq.-my Hoar Slr: I And your
Orystallzcd LoiiBes woll-eultcd to my oyos for
far-seeing. Ami I shall enjoy thom on my shoot
ing trips. Yours very truly,
THE GREAT WARRIOR AND STATESMAN.
Mr. A. K. Hawkes- Doar Slr: Whonl roqutro
tho uso of glasses I weat your Fantlscoplo
Orystalteod Lenses. In respect to brilliancy and
olearias of vision, thoy aro suporlor to auy
glasses I havo over mod. Respectfully,
Consul General to Cuba.
ONE Ol*' OUH GREATEST STATESMEN.
Mr. A. K. Hawkes-Dear Slr: ThoPantlscoplo
Glassos you furnished mo somo timo slnco havo
given oxcollont satisfaction. I havo tested thom
y uso, and must say they aro unsurpassed in
clearness and brilliancy by any that I havo ovor
GEN. JOHN H. GORDON,
Ex-Qov. of Ga. and U. S. 8onator.
A. IC. HAWKES
GOLD M IS O A L.
HIGHEST AWARD DI WAWI A OF HONOR
For superior Lens grinding and oxcelloncy In I
the manufacture of Spectacles and Eyo Glasses.
Sold in ovor 8,000 cities and towns In tho U. S.
Established in 1870.
CAUTION.-Tlioso famous Glasses aro nover
WAIT FOR HAWKES- and not only get
glasses soient Ideally adjusted to your oyes, but
sccuro a pair of bis Orystallzcd Lonses, tho most
brilliant Spoctaolo lenses In oxistouco,
A. K. HAWKES,
Inventor and Solo I'roprlotor of all tho
lEJ7"Ho will posltivoly romain but Thrco Days.
ARE FULL OF NICE
NOW ?B tho timo to buy your
School Hoy Joans at.. 10o.
One-half Wool Joans at.12?o.
Tho boat. Hoavy Joans at. 2oo.
All-Wool Ivli?oys at. 2?o.
Good Wool Cassi morn at. 60o.
28-lnoh All-Wool Flannol at. 12io.
23-lnoh TwHlod Flannol at-.... 16o.
83-inoh Skakor Flannol at. 80o.
??-inoh Waterproof Flannol at,. ?0o.
At?Oo., 7?o. and $1.00,
All 0-4 Wido.
30-tnoh Dress Flannol at 25o. to.... 85c.
Hluo and Hlaok lioavor*at.$1.00.
Tho host Ynrfl-wido Hloaohlng on
oarth for. Co.
80-inch English Covort Cloth for
LadloB* Drosses at. 10o.
Fino Now Stylo Plaid, tho latost,
at 12Jc, 25c. and. ?0o.
Host Calico, any brand, at. ?o.
A lot of Short-longth Cali?os for... 8to.
A LOT OF MIXED ODDS AND ENDS
to bo sold for 2? eonts.
SENECA, - - S. C.
tjtfBW GOODS.? JUST RECEIVED,
'?WB 3.1 AVE BOUGHT SO AK TO
FACCION. LOOK A?
lug Flannels, all stj?es........
Yard-wi do Set? Island...
See our Yard-wido "Columbus" Hleaohinj
HOSIERY I HOSll
Soe our "Columbia" Gents* Half Hose-bt
Unrivaled for tbo price aro our Ladies' Hq
Remember that wo always carry a ci
lng Goods, Stoves, Furniture-and always
llave a full Hue of Dry Qoods foi
Two or titree Handsome Fattorns
AH we want ls te sb ow and price
l;'n rino rs wanting empty Barrels I
We have half a car on hand? both wood t
We are still giving more GUO?J31
A few nf enr matu things aro :
Three cakes of Wood Lui nub-y ?Sou
18 pounds Good Green Coffee for
cents a pnokago and n sliver Knit o or
A rb nek Io's, Lion aud other Coffee
Bring ns your Chlckous and Eggs
Hens new. "Yours, &c,
Values that Mk
Wo aro making ovory effort to orowd
August-want to niako it a rooord month,
that hnvo tho right jingle-stylos and quel
kind that roally influence your buying.
"WJaen. _4_.xig-ii?t Swing
Tho avoroge doalor ''lets up" a little
efforts-tho days when tho volumo of tho t
Wo know that if wo koop your into
?'OU'll remember us when tho autumn U0C(
O tho nt ore that each and every month
makes it to your financial int creal to nlwa;
These Can't Bo Beat s
Our Mooka and Java l'arohod Cof?oo
Our Rio Parched Coffoo at 10 couts.,
Our GrooEwRlos at 0, 10 aud 12$ cont
Our Toas-Rlaok and Groen-at 00 o
Our assortment of Fancy Craokors i
In Clothing, Pants, Ovoralls, Shirts,
T? Ei Al
OFFICE IN STAHLE,
WOMAN MANGLED AND OUTRAGED.
Morriblo Crlnio Committe'd by Nogroos-Two
Landed tn Jail-Prospoct for a Lynching.
DAIUJINOTON, Octobor 0.-A horrible
clime was commit ?ed at Lamar, in this
county, yesterday afternoon, in which a
young lady was foarfully manglod by
Two of tho assailants woro caught, and
after an all night and dosporato Hight tito
oilloors finally binded tho nogroos in jail
horo. Ono of thom boars tho stains of
his victim's blood upon his garmonts and
admits that bo and his assooiatos accom
plished tboir purposo only after tho dos
porato strugglo, and aftor they had
ohokod their viotim until thoy thought
Tho third mom.ior of tho bloody blaok
wrotohes bas so far eluded capturo, but
if caught ho will doubtless soon strotch
Tho community ?B avousod for milos
around. A committco of representativo
mon havo gono to Lamar to try to por
suado tho pooplo to allow tho law to take
its oourso, as court will convono boro in
Victor Bluo's Latost Victory.
MAUION, Ootobor 7.-Cards havo boon
rooolvod boro announcing tho approach
ing marriago of Lieut. Viotor Rluo to Miss I
Elonnor Stuart, of Morristown, N.. J.
Tho mnrrigo will tako plaoo on tho 17th
instant. Aftor their marrigo Lieut. Rluc
and Mrs. Blue, accompanied by Dr. and
Mrs. Rupert Bittet will spond Homo timo
lu Marlon with Liout. niue's mothor, Mrs.
A. M. Rluo.
From boro thoy will go to Jacksonville,
Fla., whoro thoy will romain some timo.
Dr. Rnport Rluo will aot as "host ' man"
at his brothor's marriago.
? ? . ' ,--*.??-I'vVrj..
Spartanburg Counly'8 Finances. t_
Judgo Watts has ordorod an Investiga
tion of tho flnanoial affairs of Spartan
burg oounty. It bas boon roportod for
about twelvo months that tho floating
dopt of tho oounty had nm up to $50,
000 the first of January last. Supervisor
Leonard has boon making nu investiga
tion of accounts and vouohors, and find
ing that a certain account against tho
oounty had boon rained, a warrant was
takon out by J. L. nowell, forrnor oom
missionor, for tho arrest of J. J. Tinsley,
his olerk. Alt investigation it* ordered
before Magistrate Kirby tho 17th instant.
Tho falso Liverpool quotations on cot
ton, willoh gavo tho staple suoh a riso
recently, was tho groatost fraud of Its kind
ever perpetrated. It sooms as if tho
Bharpors dofoatcd themselves by running
up tho price too fast, for tho tremendous
jump awoke tho suspicions of tho ox
ohangcH and they soon caught on mid
declared all cont rants void. Butin most
ases spot sales on that day stand,
.TjtfJtt, S. O.
AHE EXACTLY WHAT YOU EK
Ol VE YOU PEOFKOT SATIS
?I) HE CONVINCED.
WHY 1 HOS?KRY1
ist on oar th-nt.IE
impl?te lino of Olythiug, Gouts' Furnish
nt lowest priooB.
' you to look nt.
of Hinch Brocaded Skirt doods.
> our SHOES.
to put Sorghum lu can got thom here*
iud Iron hoops.
[HES for tito money than anybody oise,
p tor 5 cents.
$1, and a (io nd Tn robed Coffee for 15
Fork with every pnokngo.
s at ll cents por paeknge.
ii You may bring soino of the Old
lu 131*3JLi"Y" & CO.,
1 plouty of busiuoss into tho month of
Wo'ro backing our desire by prices
Sties that wo fool aro moat pleasing-tho
?, but it'B tho timo this s toro makes oxtra
.?ado means moro to us than margins,
rest through tho mid-sum mor months,
ls aro on-you'll nat mall y pin your faith
makes profitable buying for you;, that
ya como boro first.
at 25 cont?.
Hosiery, Domestics, &o,, &c.,
E POPULAR PRICE STORE.
WALHALLA, S. C.
Of trained pack mules shipped
fron? u Franolsco for Manila on tho
stoamor ..Siam, August 10th, 012 were
killed by tho pitching of tho vossol lu a
typhoon Ootobor 1st.
T)EKSONS trespassing upon tho lands
JT of tho undersigned, in any way,
will be dealt with noem-di::?? to law. . v
J. J. ANSEL, WKSMCY BuRNsroKfrv.
WM. LADY, J. B. PAI.MRU,
WM. A. WHITH, WKBI.KY A. WHITK,
R. T. JAYNKS.
October 4, 1800. '_^40-43
Wohavo an Up-to-date GINNEHY, well
equipped, and, from this dato, wo will
gin for 10 cents per Hundred Pounds of
Lint Cotton-that is, wo will ohargoonly
40 conts for Ginning a Four nundrod
Pound Balo, or 50 couts for a Fivo Hun
dred Pound Balo, packed In tho Squaro
Will pay fifty cents por hundred ($10
per ton) for COTTON SEED. Will, at
all times, givo tho top o.' tho mavkot for
Sood. Vory respectfully,
SENECA OIL MILL.
Soucoa, S. C., Soptombor 13, 1800,,
I have removed to
the Reid Store with
my stock of Staple
and Fancy Grocer -
ies, all new and
Also, Dry Goods,
&c. All of which
will be sold at the
price for Cash.
Come and see me
and you will not
H. A. H. GIBSON.
August 10, 1800,