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- Call at J nynes' for your yenst oakos.
-Mr. W. P. Naeh is ou a trip to Lau
rciiH thin wook.
-AH fruits nnd poworod sugar at
J ny nos' for making cakes,
-Tho storos in this placo will bo
closed to morrow, Thanksgiving day.
-Fon SALK on KENT-A small farm
nom- Walhalla. Apply to Du. DAUBY.
-Mincomont, cranborry sauce, ready
prepared, jollios, preserves, jams, at
-Mr. W. J. Duffie? of Columbia, spout
sovoral days in Walhalla last week on
-If you will buy where you can buy
tho cheapest you will bo B?ro to buy at
tho Cash Hnrgain Store
-It will not bo long before Ooonoo
will havo four cotton mills in oporation.
Lot tho good work go on.
-About tho only man who dios for
love is tho ono who starves to death
af tor being rofusod by an hoi ross.
-For tho noxt ton days wo will offer
?orno raro bnrgaiuB in Indies' skirts, capos
and jaokols. Cash Bargain Store.
-Thanksgiving day being n logal holi
day, tho Walhalla post ofllco will observe
the same business hours as on Sundays.
-Ho s uro nnd road our bargain nd. in
this papor, Jfor itjwill suro pay you.
Cash Bargain Store.
Fon SALK-A good pair of young
muirs, harness and wagon. Apply at
once to E. L. He ndon, walhalla, S. C.
-Co to Sonco A to-night and hoar Dr.
Hali lcoturo on tho "Fool Killer." Poo
l>lo going from Walhalla will bo pro
-On to-morrow (Thursday) tho mom
bors of tho Knights of Honor through
out tho United States can make a thank
- Kenn mher wo can givo you bettor
bargains in clothing, shoos and hats than
you can get anywhoro olso.
Cash Bargain Storo.
-Marriod, November "20th, 181)0, at tho
rosidonco of Mr. Ephraim Davis, Mr. L.
E. Land and Miss Ida donkins, all of
Oconoo county, Hov. J, II. Stono oiliciat
-Health for tou cents. Cascarots
make tho bowols and kidnoys act natur
ally, dostroy microbes, euro headache,
biliousness and constipation. All drug
-Mr. John Lay roturnod to his homo
at Tomassoo last Thursday after spend
ing two weeks very pleasantly visiting
his brother, Mr. James A. Lay, at Hesso
-Mr. Thoa. H. Keith killed ono of tho
largest hawks last Monday morning wo
havo ovor soon. It measured four foot
from tip to tip of wings and stood oigh
teon inches high.
-Clayton Tribuno: "It is with pro
found sorrow wo learn that our friend,
Charlie Grant, of Walhalla, is now con
fined with typhoid fovor at tho homo of
Mr. J. I. Langston."
-Aro you short on bagging and tics'.'
If so, soo us boforo buying. Rcmombor,
wo also carry a completo lino of heavy
groceries at tho lowest prices. J. St J.
S. Carter, Westminster, S. C.
-Marriod, Novombor 10th, 1801), at tho
residonco of tho groom's fathor, Mr.
Thoma? Sanders, Mr. A. J. Sandors and
Miss Cussio Cloavoland, all of Oconoo,
tho Hov. J. II. Stono officiating.
-LOST, on Main street, in Walhalla,
a leathor satchel, containing a bunch of
keys and a pair of spectacles. Tho finder
will bo suitably rewarded by leaving
them at tho storo of Mr. D. Oolkors.
-When you want laco curtains, cur
tain poles, window shades, matting and
rugs, go to J. & J. S. ('arter, Westmin
ster, whoro you can solect from a com
plote lino and get tho lowest prices.
-Wo havo just recoived tho host as
sortment of ladies' capes and mackin
toshes that has over boen brought to this
county. Como and lot us tit you up for
tho Winter. J. & J. S. Cartor, Westmin
ster, S. C.
-Wo aro requested to announco that
a full meeting of tho mombors of Seneca
Lodgo Knights of Honor is urged for
next Monday night to elect oflicors foi
tho coming year and to attond toother
-Onl! at Jaynos' for tho host yeast
cakes on tho market. Thoy aro made
by one of Walhalla's best houso-koopors.
Tothoso who liko thoir bread light and
whito wo would urgoa trial. It is used
and endorsed by sovoral in Walhalla.
-Don't forgot tho Thanksgiving and
I'raiso Services, to bo held in tho Wal
halla Presbyterian church to morrow
(Thursday) evening at 7i o'clock. Tho
programme onibraccs anthems, songs,
prayor and two short addresses. Every
body is invited to attond and bring a
-Mr. T. S. Stribling and Miss Maude
Vernor, youngest daughtor of Mr. and
Mrs. lt. S. Vornor. will bo married to
night (Wednesday) at eight o'clock, at
tho homo of tho bride's parents, near
Return. Oconoo county. Hov. W. S. Hand
ler will officiate. This happy young
couple will havo tho well-wishes of a
host of friends.
-Mr. S. E. Maxwoll, of Columbia, is
visiting his pnronts, Mr. and Mrs. G. K.
Maxwell. Mr. Maxwell will return to
Columbia about December 10th, whoo ho
will very probably bo transferred from
his pi esent run botween Columbia and
Charlotte to tho new road bot.voon Co
lumbia and Savannah. Wo wish him
-Edwin Hall, of Now Yorit, will lec
ture in Strlbling's Hall, Seneca, to-night
(Wednesday) at 8 o'clock. His Bubjoot
wi'l bo "Tho Fool Killor." It is espe
cially dosirod that a number of Wal
halla's citizens bo present. Wo havo
board Dr. Hall's lecture, "Yesterday,
To-day and Forever," and it was lino,
flo. You will novor rogrot it.
-Prof. Hohort It, Singleton, of Span
ish Fort, Texas, and Miss Lona Kdwards,
of .Sampson Mill, Qroonvillo, woro mar
ried last Thursday afternoon, at tho
homo of the bride, by Hov. Mr, Talley.
Tho happy coupio is oxpectod to arrive
in Walhalla this week on a visit to tho
groom's fathor, Mr. W. O. Singleton,
and family, noar town,
-Attention la called to the ndvortiso
mont of H. T. Jaynos, administrator of
tho estato of tho lato Wm. A. Lowery, of
salo of valuable personal proporty. Thorn
will bo sold DOO bushels of good corn,
N.OOO bundles of fodder, ono 12-horso
power steam ongino, 80 saw Pratt gin;
condenser and feeder, stearn cotton press
and packer, two corn mills, molasses
mill and nvaporator, farming implements,
lour mules, ono horso. two two-horno
wagons, ono buggy ancl numerous arti
cles of various kinds. Remember Satur
day, tho 0th day of December, and bo at
Adams' Crossing at ll o'clock if yon
want bargains. Ho suro to road tho ad
vertisement and tell your neighbor.
an appetizing one
.1 enjoy-We havo
se that are widely k:
we have the other 1
) the pleasure of th
good and seasonab]
I A Y N E
-E. L. Kennion, Esq., has roturund
from a vIui? to rotativos In Grnnitovillo
-Clerk of Court Seaborn is attending
tho Baptist Steto Convention, now hoing
bold in GatTuoy.v
-Dr. and Mrs. \V. T. Stoddard, ar tor
spending sovoral wooks iu Hartwell, Ga., .
havo roturuodto Walhalla.
-Wo <uc sorry to report that Mrs. T.
A. Non?. Vid Gon. Wm. P. Ervin aro
confined to tboir rooms with siokuoss.
-Tho dispensary at Souooa did tho
following business for tho monti? of Oc
tobor, 1800: GrosB salos, $1,884.86; not
profits, $210.00. Largest satos ono day
during tho month were $100.05,
-A seasonable symptom just now is an
inolinntion to colds. Tho slightost im
prudence, on your part brings on a cold.
It will do you no good to uogloot it, but
you should tako prompt notion to soo
that it is ohookod. Lunnoy'o Whito Pino
and Spruco Expoctorunt acts as n Bpooiflo
and pormanout ouro in tho troatmont of
coughs, colds, bronchitis and all dlsor
dors of tho throat, ohost and longs.
Prloe, 80 and 50 conto, at Lunnoy's drug
storo, Sonocn, S. C.
-J. W. Sholor, Esq., loft Tuesday to
attoud tho Stato Baptist Convention
which convonoa this wook at Gaffnoy,
S.C. Bo will attend a mooting of tho
Board of TrusteJS of Purmnn University
Wednesday, and romain until tho laat
part of tho wook in attondanco upon tho
Stato Convontion. Tho convention is
composed of about tinco hundrod dolo
gatos, from tliirty-six associations
throughout tho Stato. Tho dologatos
from Boavordam Association arc Kovs.
J. M. Sandors, A. P, Marot, J. H. Stono,
and laymen J. Sv. Sholor, M. A. Terrell,
.las. Seaborn, ll. P. Drivor and C. Y.
Phillips. Hov. D. W. Hiott and Mr. J.
W. Stribltng, of Soncoa, will attend tho
Convention in placo of somo of tho absout
THE UPTOWN DRUG STORE IS
Puro Drugs. Prompt Attention.
Wo will havo tho latest and most
beautiful selection of Gorman, Eng
.ish and French Fancy China for
birthday, wedding and Christmas
gifts, from 5c. up. Full lino Toys,
Ca ml i cs, Nuts, Fruits, Ac, at
Best grades of Tinware, Agate,
Granite, Enamel Waro, Crockery
and Class constantly arriving. A
general lino of Notions, Groceries,
Ilardwaro and Housofurnishing
Goods at NORMAN'S,
Tho Up-Towu Storo.
Episcopal Thanksgiving Service.
Thoro will bo a short Thanksgiving
Sorvico in tho Episcopal church Thurs
day morning, Novombor 30th, at 10
Bishop Capors to Visit Walhalla.
Bishop Conors will visit St. John's
church, Walhalla, S. C., on Tuesday
noxt, December 5th. Divino sorvico at
ll A. M., and, probably, at candi? light.
Tho sacrament of tho Lord's Supper
will bo administered noxt Sunday in tho
Methodist church. Tho mombors of all
tho churches are invited to bo prcsont
1 Thanksgiving Sorvicos.
Thoro will bo thanksgiving sorvicos in
tho Walhalla Methodist church to-mor
row (Thursday, Novombor 30th) at ll
o'clock A. M. Tho sermon will bo
preached by Kev. J. I). McCollough, D. D.
Lot everybody attend, and lot them como
with thankful hearts to Almighty (tod
for His goodnoss during tho past.
King s Daughters.
Tho "King's Daughters," of Walhalla,
S. C., havo collocted during tho prosont
year $83.01 and havo paid out in charity
and for other purposes $(13.37, loaving
$10.(11 in tho hands of tho troasuor un
expended. These good ladies of our
town aro doing anoblo and commondablo
work in alleviating tho sufferings and
wants of humanity in many ways.
Col. H. S. VanDivioro
Walked out on his piazza lr?,, Sunday
in tho dark to got somo wood. Ho acci
dentally stopped off tho edgo and foll to
tho ground, his right sido striking the
ond of tho piazza door. l?o was sovoiuiy
bruised, and has boon suffering intonso
pain, hut lie is improving, lt is hoped
no may soon ho out again.
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Tho Walhalla High School obsorvod
Arbor Day on laat Friday. Tho pupils
repeated quotations suitaldo to tho occa
sion, sang sovoral songs and planted
trees, shrubs and (loweis. Tho trees
wore given tho namos of distinguished
historical characters, selected oy tho
pupils, namely, Goo??'O Washington,
John C. Calhoun, Sto icwall Jackson,
Dowoy, Sohloy, Itobso?. and Blue.
Rov. J. L. Danlol will preach his fare
well sermon in tho Walhalla Methodist
church next Sunday morning at cloven
o'clock. This is tho fourth year that tho
Rov. Mr. Daniel has sorved this charge
and according to tho law of tho Metho
dist church he will bo moved to a now
fiold of labor for anpthor year. Tho
public is cordially invited to bo prcBont
at tho farowoll service
No Commutation Road Tax.
At tho last (session of tho Legislature
tho commutation road tax for Oconeo
county, ?Jong with sovoral other counties,
was abolished. Next your all poisons
liable to road duty wi" bo required to
work four days on tho pu ?lie roads. Wo
make this announcement, for tho infor
mation of tax-payers at tho request of
County Troasuror J, It. Kay. Thoro is
no uso in sending him money to pay road
tax, as ho cannot re?oive it.
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Death of Mr. W. F. Corbin.
Mr. W. F. ('orbin, ono of Oconoc'fl
oldest and most respected citizens, died
at his homo, near .Salem, in this county,
at 7.20 o'clock A. M., on tho '/MU day of
November, 1800. Mr. Corbin was born
and brought up in this county and has
resided hero all of his long and useful
lifo. Ho died in tho sixty-fifth year of
Ids ago. Ho connected himsolf with
i he Little River Baptist church in his
carly manhood and remained a consist
ent member thoreof until his death.
In tho yenr 1805 ho was happily rnarrlod
to Mrs. Francos E. Corbin noe Nicholson,
wini, with nevon children, survive him.
Tho bereaved widow and children havo
tho .sympathy of a host of friends In
this tboir sad trial.
-the sort that the
the proper health
nown and endorsed,
ittle items that add
Le meal-These are
Tho Walhalla Cotton Mills.
Correspondent Toxtllo Excelsior : "Mr.
J. E. Crosby, our boss wonvor, will loavo
lu a tow duyfl to accept tho Superintend'
onoy of tlio Walhalla (South Carolina)
Cotton Milla. Mr. CroBby is a good all
round mill man and will maka a BUOCOHS
any whoro ho goos."
Will Ptoso Thanksgiving.
Wo, tho imdorBlgnod morchnnts* of
Walhalla, do horoby ngroo to oloso our
storoa, both front and back d ors. on
Thursday, Novombor.?lOth, Thanksgiving
ISignod.] C. W. Bauknight. L. C.
Craig, C. G. JaynoB, C. M. Niold, G. W.
Pitchford Co.. J. 0. Langston, V. L.
Normau, Jas. ?. Smith, W. II. Kocdor,
Cartor & Co., II. A. H. (?lbson, II. C.
Rusoh, L. li loom, O. H. Sohumachor,
Agent, and D. Oolkors.
Mr. J. K. Crosby, of Laurons, S. C.,
has entered upon tho disohargo of his
duties as Suporintondent of tho Walhalla
Cotton Mills. Ho took chargo last wook
and boa ovorything working smoothly.
HIB fondly arrived yostordoy. Thoy
oooupy tho McAnally rosidonco, on Main
st reel. Wo bospoak for thom a cordial
wolcomo. Mr. Crosby comes highly
recommended ns a mill man. Ho is a
nativo South Carolinian, and will bo at
homo among our pooplo from tho start.
Cotton Mill For Seneca.
A commission was issuod Monday by
tho Socrotary of Stato to tho Souoca Cot
ton Milla, of Seneca. Tho corporators of
tho company aro: L. Wm. Jordan, T. O.
Duncan, G. W. Gignilliat, W. O. Hamil
ton, D. A. P. Jordan, John W. Harper,
W. S. Huntor, John Hopkins, F. M.
Caroy, lt. T. Jay nos, J. W. Sholor and J.
P. Caroy. The capital stock of tho com
pany is to bo $200,000. The corporation
asks for tho right to manufacturo thread
and cloth from cotton and wool. Tho pur
pose ia to oroct a cotton mill at or noni
Tho special communications of Rluo
Hidgo Lodgo, No. 02, and Sonoea Lodge,
No. 185, A. P. M., on last Friday and
Saturday nights rospcotivoly, * wore
largoly alt ended by tho inombors of tho
Craft, notwithstanding tho oxtromo in
clemency of tho weather. Tho Third
Dogroo was exemplified in both Lodges.
Tho visit and presenco of District Deputy
Grand Master, H. M. Werta, of Liberty,
wore greatly onjoyod by tho brethren.
Tho oxchaugo of visits by tho members
of theso and other lodgos is most benefi
cial as woll aa pleasant, and moro of it
ought to bo dono.
Death of a Littlo Girl.
Littlo Clara, tho three-year-old daugh
ter of Mrs. h. W. Cary, died at her homo
in Seneca Inst Sunday morning, mit li in
stant, at half past four o'clock, after an
illness of id x days from tonsilitis. Sho
was a bright, swoot child, and tho bo
roavod mother baB tho sincero sympathy
of many frionds. She was tho third
child Mrs. Cary has lost, two having
died during tho lifc-timoof her husband,
tho lato Louis W. Cary. Tho loss of
husband and tinco childron tn tho short
poriodofa half dozen years is indeed a
sovoro blow. Tho funeral sorviccs wore
conducted Monday afternoon at throe
o'clock by ltovs. W. S. Ilamiter and D.
W. Iiiott. Tho remains of tho littlo girl
woro laid to rost in Oak View eemntory,
" Unintentional " Shooting.
Tho Townvillo correspondent of tho
Nows and Courier, writing under dato of
Novcmbor 20, says: "Thoro was a case
of what ip. claimed to havo bcon uninten
tional shooting boro last Friday. It is
tho old story of tho careless handling of
a loaded Run, supposed to bo ompty. A
ton-yoar-old negro boy was gathering to
gothor a moss of potatoes from a patch
from whioh tho crop of tubers had bcon
taken. Bud Coloy, a j oung whito man,
passed along with a shotgun, which ho
claims ho did not know was loaded, and
called to tho boy to 'got out or hu would
shoot him.' Roforo tho boy could do so
Goloy fired and tho chargo of shot took
effect in his faco and breast, causing a
wound tltat proved fatal. Goloy ran
away, hut has boon caught and placed In
Mr. Walker W. Roardon, oldest r.on of
Mr. A. Bear don, of Oakway, S. G., and
Miss Mary Hill, of Horse Gove, N. C.,
woro marrlod this (Wednesday) after
noon, Novombor 20th. 1800, at 4 o'clock,
at tho rosidonco of tue brido's parents,
the Kov. J. M. McGuiro officiating. A
party, consisting of tho groom andRov.
J. M. McGuire, and Mr. Kussel Dearden
and Miss Anna Reardon, Mr. Norton Cox
and Miss Itoodio Gromor, spout tho night
boro among their frionds and left early
on thoir pleasant journey. Roth tho
brido and groom aro well and favorably
known boro and thoir many frionds ox
tond thoir moat hoarty congratulations.
Tho bridal party aro oxpected to pass
through Walhalla to-morrow homoward
bound, whoro a recopilen will bo givon
thom at tho rosidonco of Mr. A. Roardon.
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Gol OK on a Technicality.
On Monday last tho cuso of tho Town
of Walhalla against Touch 0. Hunsingor
and Rob Williams was callod for trial be
fore Mayor Holloman and a jury. On
tho ovo of going into tho trial it was dis
covered that tho ordinance rotating to
tho peaco ami good order of tho town
had not boon signed by the mayor and
tho corporate soal attached. Thc failure
to do so rondored tho ordinance invalid,
and no trial could bo had under it. For
this reason tho warrant was no! pressed,
and tho defendant s discharged, so far as
a violation of tho town ordinance is con
corned. Tho caaes in tho State courts,
howover, aro not affected, mid will bc
Rut no ofl'ondors need to presumo on
getting off on this ground in tho futuro.
A mooting of tho Town Council was bold
Tuesday ovoning, and all tho ordinances
were properly signed and sealed.
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A Death in Toxas.
Died, at his homo on tho 7th of No
vombor, 1800, in Parker county, Toxas,
Mr. James T. Shaw, aster a lingering
illness of Rixty-Bovcn days, whioh ho
boro with Christian fortitude. Ry his
bedsido during his illnoss was his bro
thers, Prof. J. I). Shaw, of Pecos City,
Toxas; Capt. Jack Shaw, of Soymm-n.
Texas; Jordan SIIMW, of Toxlino, Texas;
Gland Shaw, of Dickerson, North Dakota;
bia two sistors. Mrs. Jordan Sod ford,
Mrs. Noah .Staggs; his father, Mr. TllOS.
J. Shaw; bia flither in-law and mother
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ron Abbott, of
Parker oounty, Toxns. His body was
followed to tho .Spring Crook comotory
by a largo procession of friends and
rolntivos, whoro Lin pastor, tho Rev. B.
p. Pronabargor, of tho Raptist church,
hold very improssivo services, after
which his body was interred with Mn
. uni i honors, participated in tho Weath
erford and Jubileo Lodges. Ho loaves
a widow with throo children. Ilia wifo
Ja tho only daughter of J. lion Abbott,
I formerly of Walhalla, S. C.
Carda aro'out announcing tho marrlago
of Mles Juli? Courtonay and Mr. Louie
Morgun Barnwell, at "Innisfallon,'' tho
homo of tho brido'? parents, Capt. - and
Mre. Ww. A. Courtenay, on Thursday,
November 80th, at half past eight
Genuine Sugar Cane.
Mr. James W. Bearden, of Ouhway, S.
C., has sent to tho COUHISH ofHoe a stalk
of hts fine silgar oano, grown this year
on his farm. The stalk is largo and well
matured. Mr. Bearden planted about
half an aoro In thio kind of Oano, procur
ing tho plantings from ?orno sugar plan
tation lu Mississippi. He has made a
small quautlty of syrup from a portion
of his oano, willoh wo pronounce first
class in ovory rospoot. Mr. Hoarder has
kept a largo part of his oano for planting
noxt year, when ho oxpeots to give this
industry a larger trial und experiment.
Mr. Boardon is ono of our roost prosper
ous and advancod farmers, nud wo hopo
ho will succeed in this new aud import
Tho Missing Link Railroad.
Wo havo boon in tho habit of getting the
nows while lt was frosh and wholosomo,
but bolow will bo found something that
wo did not catch up with until this week/
"Bottor lato than uovor."
CHATTANOOGA, TENN., Novembor IT.
-SurVeyors started to work yesterday,
making thc preliminary survoy for tho
Missing Link railroad, which rm\s from
tiiis city to Walhalla, S. C., through tho
northern part of Georgia.
Ono corps, in charge of Ilonry Hamil
t on, of Dalton, Gu., started at Itluggold,
Ga., and tho other in charge of, I. II.
Harrison, of Walhalla, S. C., started at
Col. W. Ii. Albright, tho prosldont of
tho company, in an iutorvlow boro to-day,
states that ho has all tho monoy nocos
sary to build tho rend and that Massa
chusetts and Now York capitalist s aro
putting it up.
Mr. Goorgo H. Peckham.
Mr. Goorgo H. Bookham has boou
olootod Superintendent of . tho Kosh lon
Cotton Mills at Griffin, Ga. For tho past
two years ho has olhclontly and success
fully discharged tho duties of . Superin
tendent of tho Walhalla Cotton Mills.
Ho is a pi act ?cal, experienced and tho
rough mill man, mid uudorstands tho
management of a cotton mill from tho
start to tho finish. His romovol from
Walhalla was occasioned by a change in
tho management of our mill, and not on
account of any objection, in tho slightest
degree, to bis work. His Borvicos woro
most agreeable and acceptable to tho Inst.
Many friends rogrot exceedingly to soo
liim and Iiis excellent family leave Wal
halla, but they unite in wishing thom
much success in thoir now homo. Wo
think tho Rushton Cotton Mills have tho
right man in tho right placo in tho poison
of Goo. II. Peckham as Superintendent.
Ho will mnko monoy for tho stockholders
if any man can. Ho loft on Monday last
to ontor upon tho disharge of tho duties
of his now position.
Doatli of Mrs. Carolino Maroth
Ono by ono tboy aro passing away.
But a fow moro years and those who
lived boforo tho stormy period of our
civil wai will havo passed ovor tho rivor.
On Saturday ovening, Novombor 25th.
1800, at about olovon o'clock, surrounded
by fi ?ends and relatives, 1 be spirit of Mrs.
Carolino Marett took UB Hight and wont
to God who gavo it.
Sho had roached four scoro yoars when
tho summons carno and sho died triumph
ing ill tho faitli of tho Gospol.
She became convicted under tho preach
ing of Rev. David Simmons at Doublo
Springs church, oitlior in 1859 or
1800, and joined tho church at Boavordam
under tho preaching of hov. Samuel
For moro than forty yoars sho lived a
consistent Cbristnin lifo in the Baptist
In tho yoar 1800 sho was married to
tho lato A. J. Marett who precoded hor
some eight or ton yoars ago.
In taking upon norsolf this obligation
slio became tho stopmpthor of niuo chil
dren, all of whom survivo hor, savo tho
youngest and oldest.
Throughout hor marriod lifo, which
was about 33 yoars, she exercised such
wisdom, and displayed such a labor of
lovo that tho union wns blossod with tho
happiest relations; indeed thorogrow up
that relation that no other word can ox
press liko "mothor."
Slio lias loft for our omulation a ollar
actor unsulcd, a namo nbovo roproaob
and au example of oxaltod Christian
Sho oponed hor mouth with wisdom
and tho law of kindness was on ber
tongue She lookod woll to tho ways of
lier housohold and sho ato not tho broad
of idloness. Hor children riso up and
call lier blessed.
After funeral sorvicos Monday ovoning
at 3 o'clock hor remains woro interred in
tho comotory at Boavordam by tho sido
of hor husband. A largo concourso of
frionds, relatives and neighbors wit
nessed tho last sad rito, and] whilo ex
pressing their sympathies with tho bo
roavod family ovor ber departure, bow in
liumblo submission with thom to Him
who dooth all things woll. M. O. n.
--?. # fr?
A Narrow Escape?
Thankful words writton by Mrs. Ada
M. Hart, of Groton, S. D. : "Was takon
with a bad cold which sottlod on my
lungs; caugh sot in and finally terminated
in consumption. Four doctors gavo mo
up, caving I could livo but a short timo.
I gave myself un to my Saviour, deter
mined if I could not stay with my frionds
on earth i would moot my absout ones
above. My husband was advised to got
Dr. King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds. I gavo it a trial;
took in all oiglit bottles. It has cured
me, and thank God I am savod and now
a well and healthy woman." Trial bot
tles freo at all drug storcB in the county.
Kogular size BO cents and $1. Guaran
teed or mice rofunded.
A Cnrrf of Thanks.
MKSBHS, EDITONS : Ploaso allow us
space in your valuable papor to thank
Mrs. W. C. Peden, of Westminster, S. C.,
and her Sabbath school for thoir kind
ness in presenting our Sabbath school
with a Christian library. May tlioy bo
richly rowardod by Booing many souls
brought into tho kingdom of God by tho
reading of tho books, is tho prayer of
tho OAK GKOVK SAIIDATII SCHOOL.
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
Tne WKoyertr ot Swamp-Root at Work ia
There Is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so decep
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by
it-heart disease, pneumonia, hfcart failure
or apoploxy arc often tho result of kidney
disease If kidney trouble is allowed to ad
vance tho kidney-poisoned blood v/lll attack
the vital organs, or Iho kidneys thcmsolve*
break down and waste away cell by coll.
Then tho richness of thc blood-tho albumen
-leaks out and tho sufferer has Bright's
Disease, ?ho worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the nev/ dis
covery ls tho true specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cent
end dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent hop
by mail, also a book telling about Swamp.
Koot pnd its wonderful oures, Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and
montlon thia papor,
-~-'yr^-Ti?^x.^.4>t?w<?4i*<iiirt?iriii?i. .1 .1' lim
WHAT BECOMES OF THE NEEDLE8 ?
Opon Your Pin Cushions---Thoy Will Doubt
less Divulge the Answer.
F'Urrons COUHIBH: Somo timo ago 1
.aw In somo payer that a prlr.o was of
fered for the best solution of the quos
Mon, "What beoame of all tho pius?"
This leads me to. ask a similar quostion,
"What becomes bf all the needles?" Tho
experiouoo of myself and family, I think,
will, in part, oxplain what goos with
many. On last Wednesday morning,
just before starting out hunting, I askod
my Wife to sow up a small hole -in ~ my
hunting coat, and abo Bald sho had just
looked tho houso ovor and could not lind
A nlnglo noodle. Tho nest day sho in
formed mo that sho had oponod what
wa? known aa a pin. cushion, but what
turned out to he a noodlo cushion. In it
waa. found ouo hundred "mid eighty
noodles of all sizes, from a cambric to a
darning needle, ana this reminded Mrs,
Maxwell of having oponod tho same
cushion, as nearly as sho could roool
loot, about four years ago, when sho got
?von four hundred noodles. This? is a
big talo, but as it is not on hunting or
fishing, may bo boliovod, particularly as
it comes from Mrs. Maxwoll ?iudead of
myself. G. K. MAXWELL.
Spain's Greatest Need.
Mr. It. 1?. Olivia, of Baroolonia, Spain,
spends Ids winters at A ikon, S. C. Wonk
norvoB hw! caused severe patna in tho
baok of his hoad. On using Klootrio Bit
tors, America's greatest blood and nerve
remedy, all pain soon loft him. Ho says
this errand medicine is what his country
needs. All America knows that it euros
livor and kidney trouble, puriflos tho
blood, tones up tho stomaoh, strongth
ons tho newe;;, puts vim, vigor and now
lifo into ovory muscio, nerve and organ
of tho body. If wonk, tired or ailing you
nood it. Kvory bottlo guaranteed, only
50 conta. Sola by all druggists in tho
As Thanksgiving Day is upon us, wo
aro moved to 'reflection on tho various
mercies which God has strewn in our
way during tho past twolvo months.
From tho standpoint of worldly comfort
and advantage wo havo vory much to bo
thankful for ns a pooplo. Success has
ait ended tho operations of our navy and
of our annies. Wo aro onjoying a re
vival of trade which is gradually spread
ing to ovory interese lu tho country.
Mining, mauufaoturo, agrioulturo and
transportation havo .all boon prospered.
Our pooplo aro growing vory rich and our
trade is roaching out to all parts of tho
world, giving promise of ovon grouter
things In tho near futuro. Wo havo soon
tho last vostago of tho rccont panic dis
appear and commorcial conildonco com
pletely rostorod. Hut, turning our at
t(>nt iou to tho spiritual interests of our
pooplo and oursolvos, wo havo much rea
son to thank God for his mercies. For,
while our churches havo not oxporionced
a gcnoral rovival and tho privato lifo of
our oitizonship is not appreciably puror
or nobler, thoro havo boon precious sea
sons and gracious outpourings of tho
Spirit in many ohurohos, and wo havo all
had opportunities of improving oursolvos
and invosting our 1 aleuts to God's glory
omi tho good of our followmon. If wo
havo failed to mako tho most of our op
portunities and havo frittorod away our
precious year of lifo, wo should yot bo
tharMul that God has been full of long
Buff' . lng and tender mercy in that ho has
spared our unprofitable lives and ox
tonded our day of probation. It will bc
all tho moro profitable to us if wo can
seo how far short of duty wo have fallon
in tho past, and, whilo offering our
thanksgiving and praiso, determine that
tho futuro nhall snow our thankfulness
in dovotion and zeal for tho Master's Bor
vlco.-Tho Southern Presbyterian.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often causo a horribloburn, scald,
cut or bruiso. Uuoklon'a Arnica Salvo,
tho boBt in tho world, will kill the pain
and promptly heal it. Curoa old sores,
fovor sores, ulcors, boils, folons. corns
and all skin eruptions. Host pilo ouro
on earth. Only 25 couta a box. Curo
guaranteed. Koki by all druggists in
Whito Man Killed.
ABHUVILI.B, Novombor 24.-Last night,
at a negro hot supper, about four miles
below tho city, on tho plantation of Mr.
A. W. Smith, A. M. Konnedy, a whito
man, was shot and killed by Hector
llurno. Gambling, drinking, an old
?pudge and negro hot supper scorn to
lavo noon at tho bottom of tho murdor.
Mr. Kennedy was a mombor of a rospoctcd
family of this county and llurno was an
umbrella mender who frequents tho
streets of this city. Tho authorities
havo not caught Jiurno, but it is proba*
bio that ho will bo in tho hands of tho
sheriff very soon.
doponds almost wholly on tho mothor's,
not only boforo its bii"< but af tor ward.
A sick" mother can't properly caro
for hor child's health. A sick mother
sometimes boars a healthy child, but it
isn't to bo oxpectod. Maybo tho baby
will possess tho appearance of health,
but will lack stamina. Maybe innato
weakness will dovolop in aftor yoara.
Kvory woman should bo particularly
careful of hor health during tho period
of gestation-whon tho child is really a
part of norsolf. During all this time,
sho should koop hor body strong ami
puro and sho should tako propor precau
tions against hoi* time of labor. For this
purpose Dr. Piorco's Favorito Proscrip
tion is proscribed. It lias boon used in
thousands of cases, with tho most grati
fying results. It is a tonic to tho wholo
body, but particularly to tho organs dis
tinctly feminine. It so proparos tho
system for childbirth, as to rondor it
almost painlrss. It cures all feminine
troubles and promotes regularity.
Felix J. Axloy, tho dopnty Internal
rovonuo colloctor in chargo of tho stamp
oflico at StatoBvillo, N. G., who disap
peared, has returnod and 1.03 boon found
short about $5,000 in his accounts.
BE CAREFUL WI
Woore at prosont crowded on .Jeans.
Wo have it all prices. You ought to soo
our 27} and :?0 couts Joans, strictly froozo
proof, lhiy a suit of it ami onjoy tho
Wo havo a fow a Children's Suits,
Ladies' Capos, Men's Ovorcoats at a bar
gain. Soe our Waterproof McIntosh.
Guaranteed not to leak.
GROCERIES.-Wo aro daily roeoivi
portion of your purchases. Ordors prom J
Wo havo just received a car of Kino
and it will bo all O. K.
FLOUR.--Wo havo on hand a car ol
pay you to cali on us when you want Flou
Wo havo on band, and to arrivo In a
must any mico you want.
Wo buy all salnblo prod nco all tho
matter what you havo to sell nor how mut
moro Chickens, Eggo, Turkeys, &o., than
sell nu unlimited quantity of Ghiokons, Bl
regardless of what thoy cost. Don't wait
Now is tho timo to soil. Don't walt.
ACTS GENTLY ON THE
C. EANSES THE 5Y5TEM
OVERCOMES J?xrW ^ 1
evy VHE GENvMNt . MANT O
fOB SAU 6? Ml 0RU46?1T& PtMX ?Ot ftHtOIM.
OAKWAY, S. C., Novombor 27.-Tho
health of our community ia not vory
good nt this writing.
Miss-Buniss, of Audorsou, visited
friends at tlds plnco tito lattor part of
Mrs, BSBB Richardson, who bas boca j
visiting relatives at tlds placo, wont to
Lavonla, Ga., last Thursday to visit rela
tives tlioro boforo returning to hor homo
at Gainesville, Ga.
Tlio sooiablo givon by Miss Maud Lom
mons was enjoyed by all prosont.
Miss Ella Boardon visited tho Misson
King nt Westminster tho drat of Inst
Mrs. A. W. Sowoll and eon, of Lavonin,
Ga., visited rolatlvoa at thia placo last
Work on t\io school houso will bogin
this wock. Wo hoar that tho toaobors
and studonts aro to do tho work. Thoy
?nt end building an oil to tho houso thoy
now have. Tho houso thoy now havo is
ontiroly too small. I think that wo will
soon havo to' havo three toaobors instead
ol two, for tho school is inoroaalng.
Miss Mary Kcedor, of thia placo, and
her cousin, Miss Allino Pool, of Groon
villo, visited tho formor's Bisror/Mrs. J.
P. KOCBO, of Walhalla, last wook.
Mrs. Hannah Brown, who has boon
seriously ill for somo timo, died last Sun
day night at tho homo of Bov. Robortj
Messrs. Sam Burrisa, of Tugaloo, and
a friond from Toccoa, Ga., visited frionds
at this placo Sunday. AUNT PKGQY.
p CANDY CATHARTIC^
And row Carnegie has givon $20,000
additional to tho building fund of tho
library in Atlanta, Ga. This moans a
total of $125,000 to bo depended on a
handsome now library and ils furnishings
in tho Gato City.
with moro zest if you ca' it off a
tablo spread with our oicgant
White and lied Satin Damask.
Wo havo tho Bod at 22 Jc, .10c.
and -10c.-colors to stand soap
and hot wator. White at :!"> and
Wo also havo an oxcollout as
sortment Whito and Bcd Nap
kins and Doilies ranging in prico
from 10o., Olio., $1.00, $1.20 to
to $1.50 per dozon.
Tho largest lino ovor shown
hero of Silks, Vol vols and Dross
Trimmings just recoived.
V. L NORMAN.
This world belongs
to tho enorgotio.
HEN YOU SPEND
uko it to your interest to soo us whoo you
It will pay you to examino our largo
lino of Sheeting at .">$ to fi couts por
If you need anything in Working]
Bridles don't fail to soo ours boforo you
jj SELL HATS !
When In need of Shoos oxaminc oui
lino. Wo can Ht most anybody In stylt
Givo this inattor a careful thought.
ng Kancy Groeories. Wo bono to havo a
>tly .filled-over 'phono or othorwiso.
1 Freo lu Towntnc4ES
Salt. Buy a saok, put it on your pork
' Flour. All grades and prices. It will
fow days, flftcon bags of Groon Ooffoo.
yoar round, oxcopt buttor, It doesn't
di, BOO na boforo you soil it, Wo handle
all of Walhalla. Wo havo contraotod to
?gs and Turkeys, and wo must havo them
until Xmas wook to markot this poultry.
C. CRAIG, Walhalla.
Prisoners Burned to Death.
jEiiUco, TENN., November 24.-^-Gran
villo Kell and John ?sproul?, arrested last
night for drunkenness, were oromatod
in tho town guard house this morning.
After their arrest, the marshal built a
fire in tho ceil, whloh caught tho build
ing, and, beforo assistance could freo tho
prisoners, the building was completely
onvo?oped lu flames.
Love bftuaed ?Ir? frjath.'
CAM URN, S. C., Novoinh?r 38.^A/'1
Covington, book-keeper: for Kays^dL
Jackson, of thi? place, oorooM?edmdol|
hero last night. J iu Gt6u ii v.- *wA
throe of thom taking effect in hi? heaj
Disappointment; in lovo wa* tluj.eausoi
the aofc, whloh waa tho eoc??r? iitvew?^
toko his life. Ho was a nativo of OhoJra
in this Stato, and Wat? thirty yours Of ag<
In order to rod nco our slock, preparatory to olbslng our bualuOM .<fn$j$
Dccombor 80, 1809, wo make tho following roduotionQ?
Rod Twill Flaunol, worth 86o" roduood to.,. 28o. per yard.
Red Twill Flanuol, worth 83Jo., roducod to.28o. per yard.
Blue Twill Flannol, worth 2?o., roduood to.20o. per yard.
Our ontiro lino of 60o. Dross Goods at 40o., 82^0. and.4oo. por ^ird.
Kid Glovos, worth $1, roduood to.o.?,u.8?c. por pair.
?road Cloth, black, bluo and garnot.-iGo. por yard.
All Shoes reduced ID poi oonfc, some a lit?lo moro. Don't buy until you seo .
what wo oan do for you.
2Qf"Wo will approoiato prompt payment from all who havo an account with
Lowery, Byrd & CO.,
SENECA, m. O.
Watch This Space
- Next Week.
W. D. LESLY & CO
Fine Seed Rye,
Large Highland Potatoes;
Good Cabbages to Make Jgjj
Harris Lithia Water, GP!
Soda Water, Carbonated
also Cherry Phosphate on Tap,
THE POPULAR PRICE ST0RE5
Goods Delivered Free in Townt
J. & J. S. CARTER,
WESTMINSTER? S. C.
OUR NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED, ARE EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED.
WE HAVE BOUGHT SO AS TO GIVE YOU PECFEOT SATIS
FACTION. LOOK AND BE CONVINCED.
Outing Flanuols, all styleB. Go!
Dross Ginghams.,. ?o.
Yard-wide Soa Island. Co.
Seo our Yard-wido "Columbus" Bloaohing at.;.Co.
HOSIERY! HOSIERY I HOSIERY I
Seo our "Columbia" Gouts' Half Hose-host on'oarth-at.16o.
Unrivaled for tho prioo aro our Lndios' Hose, at.... .10o.
Rcmombor that wo always carry a complote lino of Clothing, Gouts' Furnish
ing Goods, Stoves, Furniture-and always at lowest prices.
WESTMINSTER" S. C. 7 Ik
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OFFICE IN STABLE, WALHALLA, S. C.
of^iSm\ 6 JBLB ^
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CLOTHING FOR OLD MEN,
CLOTHING FOR Y OUNG MEN,
CLOTHING FOR BOYS! 1
See our Stock of Clothing before
you buy your Fall Suit. We can save
C. W. Pitchford .Qcjjy