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Who knows all about tl
hot weather say? that ul
Soda Water, Etc.,
aro the fuient in town,
m ucl) syrup they have
fresh fruit. They are ii
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1*. S.- I have a large, fresh and full st
?Canil uni) personal.
-Hoad V. L. Noi man's new ad.
-Mr. Sam Kino is visiting his friend,
Mr. Louis bloom.
- Uoad tho now advertisement of the
Norman Hp-Town Store.
- Mr. J. \V. Heelier, of donison Col
lege, visited his sister, Mrs. J, P. Keese,
-Ono now candidate this week-Mr.
Jesse Lay, Jr., for Magistrate for White
- Mr. Ceo. Seaborn, of Atlanta, is vis
iting Iiis family ami other relatives ill
Walhalla this week.
- Mr. J. A. Stock, of Til M CouitlKK, is
visiting in Ceorgia this week. We wish
him a pleasant sojourn.
- For pure, fresh drugs go to Dr. J. W.
Dell's. Prescriptions promptly and ac
curately compounded. No substitutions.
-Cows ami young calves for sale.
For cash or on credit with good papers.
Apply to K. C. Marett, Fair Flay, S. C.
-Mr. J. S. Floyd will accept our
thanks for the first cantaloupes of tho
season. They were sweet and very pala
- Mr. Yates Snowden, f tho Charles
ton Nows and Courier, passed through
Walhalla Tuesday on his way to High
- Hon. Joel F. Brimson, the great
apostle of prohibition, lost- his left arm
on Hie 12th instant in his shingle mill,
near Kings tr oo, S. C.
-(Sot out your old rilli? and rub it up
and enter the Inter state bille contest at.
the Semi centennial. Tile pristo will be
worth shooting for.
-There will be protracted services
held in the West Inion baptist church
beginning next Saturday night, July 21st.
Tlie public are cordially invited to attend.
-'the following took in tho excursion
to Tallulah Falls yesterday : S. Brownie
Todd. John M. baldwin, Jas. Thompson,
'finner Kay, Win. F. Seaborn and Census
'faker M. C. Seaborn.
- Carter & Co. make an Important an
nouncement this week in their advertise
ment, which ap poa rs in big typo on the
Inst pago. Lead it ami then go and buy
some of their goods.
-Tim High Falls Democratic club is
called to meet at the usual place of meet
ing on Saturday, August Ith, at4 o'clock
ill the afternoon. A full attendance is
- Miss Lillie Harrison, of Denver,
who has been visiting i chit i ves
here, rollo m d homo last Wednesday.
She was accompanied hy ber cousin,
Miss Annie Leid.
- Mrs W, T. lr vi no and children have
returned lo their home at (I ri Ubi, (in.,
after spending two weeks w ith her pa
rents, Mr. ami Mrs. W. (i. bussell, at
Wayside Inn, S. ( '.
-Miss Koxio bussell, after spending;
three months with her friend, .Mrs.
Frank Johnson, at, Lui ay. S. C., has re
turned to her lonne al Wayside Inn, to
the delight of her many friends.
-We note with pleasure that, Mr. and
Mrs. W. 15. F. ('olbin, who have been
quite ill with lover, aro holli improving,
and we hope lo see thom enjoying their
usual health in a short while.
- Mr. Thomas bibb is Un? champion
rat. killer in this omi numil \. He killed
recently in ooo hallie in his corn crib 151
ol' these posts. Mr. Ilibb says thal the
lat-, had destroyed and otherwise dam
aged IO or 12 bushels of his corn.
All persons interested in securing
a graded school tor Walhalla ami vicin
ity are earnestly requested to be present
at a mass mooting, io be held tor (hat
purpose, al Pitchford'* Hall, or ' 'ay,
July 2&I, al ii o'clock in Hie ai ?on.
-Tlie hades display in the lng Semi
centennial parado is open tor contes! to
any merchant in thc county, 'fen dol
ls offered by the executive committee
for tho liest Moat. The committee will
care for lloats sent up HU? day before by
persons living at a distance.
?Hov. l?. K. Shelhamer and others, of
Atlanta, (?a., will conduct a series of
meetings al Westminster, beginning tho
iii Ith instant ami continuing over two
Sabbaths. Meetings will bo conducted
00 old-fashioned Hilde lines. Come one
and all. Freo seats and free gospel.
- We are requested to state that all
persons desiring lo purchase bunting.
Hags, or ot lier decorating materials for
Hie Semi-('eutoniiial can obtain (besame
from Mr. c. A. Norman, of tho deco, ution
. .munit tee, al cost. Orders should he
left witb him al once.
- Miss Kate J. Stock returned Tuesday
from Charleston where she attended the
National Ivlucational Association last
weid?. She was accompanied on her re
turn hy Mr. (len A. Stock, who will
?.pend a ...cation of several weeks in
Walhalla tor rest and recreation.
There will be a picnic al Mrs. IL J.
Heeder's, near (lakway, on Friday, July
.'Tib. linn, iv K. Vernor, candidate for
Congress, mid other speakers w ill per
haps address the audience. IC ve ry body
is invited, especially the candidates. A
good time is expected. A basket, dinner
Will be spread.
-All persons desiring to have their
names placed Oil tho roll of Hie Walhalla
Democratic club should come in and
have it done at once. Tho roll is now
ready to receive names, and the secretary,
Mr. James Frederick Ansel, will lake
pleasure in attending lo il for all voters
al lids precinct.
-Wo w ere show n a copy of the Wei
come ('horus which Hie loo voice choir
will reuiler at the Semi Centennial. Thc
winds have been changed lo suit the
occasion ami Ibo music is grand. Tho
singers arc requested to meet, promptly
at ii o'clock on next Friday afternoon at
Pitchford's Hall for the Hist rehearsal.
lt is now loss than a mouth lill tho
Semi I eiiieinii.il. Have you sent in
ymir subscription yet to the llnancocom
mittee'.' If not, do so 111 once. The ex
neutivo committee wants to pull oil this
celebration with credit to Hie town ami
ii w ill take nionoy io carty out their pur
The refreshment committee wishes
every family in the county to bring a
well tilled haskel lo Hie Som i-Cen I ell ll ia 1.
flaco Ti or li extra rations in each basket.
A UKI to .MX) font table will be creeled
and they cxpec! io serve the biggest, din
m i ever spread in OcoilOO county, pro
vided tho people will comply willi tho
-The Anderson Intelligencer, llth
instant, says: "' apt. Hilly Smith is cele
brating hi* I'dsl birthbay to-day and is
receiving thc warm congratulations of
his admiring friends. The Intelligencer
joins in the cordial felicitations and
hopes he may retain his strong hold and
Hie art of growing old gracefully. Tho
traveling public of thc Male have in
their hearts a warm spot tor Capt. Hilly
and are rejoiced to hear from bim that
he tools as young and as spry as lie felt
folly years ago, May Ins shadow never
Liiimoy'i, M Hour Liver llegulalor is
thc lu st remedy lo relieve Hie various
fm ins of headache, including nervous
and sick bembil he, and il is safe to say
that nine cases out of ten of this dis
to ssing complaint are duo to an inactive
oi sluggish liver w illi constipated bowels.
A few doses nf burnley's Sdiour Liver
Kegulatoi will ?on restore these organs
to their proper functions and headache
ceases. In the same manuel il regulates
Hie bowels, prevents constipation and
piles, relievos all forms of biliousness,
such as dizziness, nausea, coaled longue,
loss of appetite, Ac. 'fry it, Large
packages 20o. at Lunney's,
IOHO things that make lifo easy during
Instead of being disguised with too
that pleasant aeid taste and flavor of
se-oold, delicious and very refreshing.
. H. DARBY, Druggist.
Dck of Drugs and Druggists' Sundries.
-Seo advertisement of farm for salo
in the town of Westminster.
-Don't fail to attend tho Somi-Coutou
ninl at South Union Thursday, 10th in
-Mr. Jas. H. Uryco, of Jacksonville,
Fla., is visiting his inothor, Mrs. M. tl.
Bryce. "Jim" is looking well.
- -The amusement committoo of tho
Sotnl-Centounial want entries for tho
Tournament b> bo hold August 10. Citi
zens from any county in tho Stato aro
eligiblo in tho contest, boys of noonoo,
don't let tho prise go out of your county.
Send in your name at onco.
A Homing Pigeon.
Oil tho 7th instant Mr. J. A. Ivcstor
killed a homing pigeon in his yard. When
ho shot he thought it was a wild pigeon,
but on examination ho found on its right
leg n nickle ring numbered Q4030, and
on the left a ring bearing the number
0115. Ito would bo glad to learn tho
name and address of the owner.
Prof. W. E. Dendy Goos to Pickons.
Wo learn that Prof. W. B. Dendy, of
Richland, in this county, has been elected
Principal of the Pickons Graded School.
He bas hoon the etlleiont Superintendent
of the Yorkvillo (Haded Schools for the
past three years. Thc good people of
rickens aro fortunate in securing his
services, for wo know him to bo a
thoroughly equipped ami successful
Heal Estate Transfers.
The following real estate transfers have
been recorded on tho Auditor's booka
since .lune I, 1000:
Seneca Township-H, K. Lewis to das
II. Maxwell. 1(H) acres, $100.
Wagoner Township-I). Oelkers to I)
K. Nicholson, ll acres, $2<K>; Prod. White
to .Jasper C. Chandler, 17 acres, ?>4.*i0.
Tugldoo Township-Tho ('boswell (lot
ion Mill Co. to Kl i/.abo th ,1. Johnson, 8
Seneca City-lt. M. Tribble to Jas. (I
Harper, 1 lot, $125; Jas. (I, Harper to
Kobi. T. J nynes, l lot, $125; Jas. (J.
liai port) Nathaniel and francis Wil
liams, I lot, $100.
The Widow McGinly.
On last Friday evening Wal hal la's
theater-goers were charmed by the ex
cellent rendering of "The Widow
Met linty," a farce comedy in th roo acts,
by the Walhalla Comedy Company. Tho
audience, on no previous occasion,
was larger, and certainly thc work done
by all the characters was no better.
This company grows in favor with a
Walhalla audience and this town justly
feels pr ?nd of her company and wel
comes tnese evenings of real merriment,
something to break the .um// of heat
andcare. A number of up-to-date songs
were li (ted in between the ads. 'Ibero
was no waiting, or lack of wit anil snap
from stat t to finish.
Death ol a Baby.
Ilondorsonvillo (X. C.) Times, July Pl:
"Little Forman, infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. .1. A. Collins, died last Saturday
morning, after an illness of two days,
aged three months and three days. Ku
nornl services were conducted Sunday at
io a. m. at the house hy Kev. I). V. Price,
pastor M. K. church. Mrs. J. M. Hausier
sang special pieces appropriate to tho
sad occasion. Mr. I). Oelkers, of Wal
halla, S. C., the father of Mrs. Collins,
arrived here on his way from Kansas
City just intime tosco his only grand
child pass away. The sorrowing ones of
the broken homo have the sympathy of
the people of the community in their bo
Try This for Hot Weather.
Somebody has said that if you would
koop your mind on cooling things the
oppressive weather would not seem half
yesterday wi? tl ?od it, and its all right.
In oui nomi,
We ran out in the deep snow barefoot
and knocked icicles off the dripping
oaves, and slipped thom down the back
of our neck.
Wo tried to button our clothes with
Wo kicked tl ie ice-balls oil our shoo
bc .>-. after wrestling with the snow man.
We dug in the frozen ground and got
our bands covered with cold, freezing
mini while getting frozen potatoes out
of tho 'tater-holes.
We raked coal from under the snow
wilbout a shovel, and shucked corn with
bare bauds on a frosty morning.
We forcod our mind to rest, on such
things until tho beads of perspiration
that trickled from our brow and else
where froze into little ice balls as they
foll and rattled on tho lloor Uko pouring
shot into a bread pan.
Oh, its great - if you can only gel your
East End Locals.
Mr. KomaillO Merrick left homo Monday
afternoon for Washington, 1). C., where
ho has secured a clerkship in tho Census
bureau. Hoi '.line will bo greatly missed
in Walhalla, especially by the young
people. May prosperity attend him in
Iiis new held ol labor.
Mrs. M. A. Marett, and her daughter,
Miss Maggie, of Savannah, Ga., are
spending tho summer with her daughter,
Mrs. J. H. Karlo, in Kast Klld.
Messrs. Mack Novillo, John H. S.
Dendy, John Law and John Dunn left
Tuesday morning for Whitewater and
oilier points in the mountains. They
expect to enjoy the pleasures of fishing,
hunting and grand mountain scenery for
a couple of weeks.
We are glad to see that Mis. Mary K.
Hailknight is able to bo out driving.
Messrs. Willie Smith, Kurtz Smith ami
Guy Daniels, after spending several days
with relatives in Kast Knd, returned to
their respective homes-Nowborry and
Columbia -Monday morning.
Mr. and M r.s. K. b. I lei ixion spent
Sal unlay and Sunday at Mountain Host.
Miss Mamie Ansel returned homo last
Saturday after spending a scholastic
year attending thc Mommingor School
III tho city of Charleston. She looks well
altera hard year's work, and we welcome
Mr. Willie Ostciulorff accompanied
Miss Ansel home and will remain some
time in Walhalla visiting relatives.
Mrs. t?. I?\ Clarkson is critically ill at
tho Walhalla Methodist parsonage Wo
trust an improvement in her condition
may soon be announced. She has been
sick for several days.
Hov. (!. I?'. Clarkson, pastor of the
Walhalla and Seneca Station, has boon
granted a month's rest by his churches.
Mr. Clarkson is an industrious and 'cal
ons winker in the Master's vineyard and
this much Hooded rest will hoof groot.
I om ul to Him we trust,
Misses Klize and Kilon I billie, of Co
llimlda, S.e., daughters of Mr. W. J.
I)uf)le, arrived in Kast Knd on Tuesday
afternoon, ami aro boarding for the sum
mer will. Mr. A. C. Morriok and family.
We are glad to announce this (Wednes
day! morning tho Improvement of Mrs.
G. F, Clarkson. Wo hope she is now on
a Kpoody road lo recovery.
Mis. j. W. Nix and dangnter, of Green
wood, are visiting ber pan nts, Mr. and
Mrs. C. K. Maxwell, and family. O. S.
E. C. Doyle Withdraws hom tho Race
Uv reason of continued illness in my
family. I feel forced to withdraw my
name'as a candidate for tho House of
KnpreseiitutivcH. In doing so I desire to
.bank my friends for the many kimi
words of encouragement given me and
assure them I shall remember them with
gratitude. K. C. DoVI.B.
Seneca, S. C., July 17th, 1000.
Bacon on tho Candidato.
Kdgoflotd Chroniclo : He coinoth up
?s a dower and io ti roth from tito race
"busted." His frionds stimulate htm
with falso hopos and empty atmosphere.
Liko Job's assos in tho Hiele, ho is lil kui
with Kast wind. Ho swolleth Uko a bull
Trog and thinkoth tho world i? liis'n. Ito
amliulh upun aii mankind and sloppoth
over with perennial good humor. Ho
kis8oth tho chlldvon nud scattoroth mi
crobes among innocent babes. Ho do
vouroth tho fried chicken of tho farmer
and ravonth like tho locusts in Egypt
over tho blackberry ]>io of tho farmer's
wifo. Hut, alas! tho omi is not yet!
Twenty-five Years Railroad Service
Tho l'ickons correspondent of tho
state lins tim following complimentary
notice of Mr. II. J. Qiguilllat, tho popu
lar and efficient depot agent nt Seneca:
"H. J. Qiguilllat, who is pleasantly
rcmoinborcd in this county ns ono of tho
most popular and effloiont agents tho
railroad over had at Hanley, has just
completed ins 25th year of railroad ser
vico, moro than half this period having
been rounded out in tho ollico at Seneca.
Ho started in with tho Atlanta ami
Charlotte Air Lino and remained with it
through all of its vicissitudes to the
present, whon it has developed into the
grand trunk lino of tho superb Southern
system. Energetic, and enthusiastic, in
ill that ho undertakes, ho has over given
tho corporation and patrons twice tho
labor and pains necessary."
Death ol J. H. Keil, Sr.
Another of our generous pioneers lins
loft us. As reported in our last, issue,
Mr. J. H. Ked, Sr., sustained a fall on
thursday, tho 5th instant, which resulted
ii a fracture of tho right arm near tho
ihouldor. Thu best medical aid was
endered him, but, on account of his ad
vanced ago and toeblo health, his condi
tion was quito serious. On Wednesday
md Thursday of last week ho rallied,
jut thou grow worse again, and on Sun
lay morning, July 15, HHM!, at about I)
i'olock, ho very calmly breathed his last.
Ho was bern July 28d, ISIti, in Olden
.mn, Qormnuy; removed from charles
:ou to Walhalla in Mandi, 1854, and has;
ivod hero over since, ll he li,id au I
monly it is not known. Everybody re
ipootud and honored him. Ile was one
<f those Hermans that work hard and
ivo plainly, and whose coming was tho
miking of our land. At tho lime of his
loath ho was a member of tho church
iOtllloil of tho Evangelical Lutheran
diurcb of this place, and rarely failed to
ittemi services when able. * His wife
iredceeasod him (ifteen years-also died
>u a Sunday-and one sou ami two
laughters survive him. All his elliI
Ireti and randell i ld roil were with him
n his last illness. I'caco bo to his
ishes. Ho was buried from tho Hil the
an church Monday morning at eleven
i'clock, after appropriate funeral ser
ices by his pastor.
A Strange Disease in Cotton.
(.'OI.L-.MUIA, July 12.-Mr. H. 1). ban
bum, of Hatesburg, writes to the tiov
irnor that a strange disease has appeared
n the cotton crop of that section, ami
he plant is being killed out fur and
iVido. He says sulphur and other remo
lies have been tried without effect, The
natter has been referred to the botanist
if Clemson for investigation.
A Nor ii Kit HA uv AT rm: MANSION,
(?overlier Mcsweeney quit, the cam
paign last night temporarily and came to
lol umbin. This was caused by the
liri val of a bouncing boy baby at thc
ll ail si Oil. Mother and child are hoth
hiing well, and tho Qovoruor will join
he party again to-morrow.
'rut: ARMY OK i'oi.rru 'i A NS.
A statistical fiend, who has been look
ng over tho county papers, says there
ire nearly 1,500 candidates at largo in ,
ho State. Picketts, though a small j '
iou li ty, leads wi 'i til candidates, with
lOxington soco no with 50. barnwell has
7, Hdgofield ?18, Aiken .'17 and OeoilCO
i5. TllOSO head tho list and they range
.11 the way down to seven, as in Sunder,
['ho ligures are for those candidates who
lave already made their announcements
n the county papers.
Belter Oio than Starve.
HAI.TIMOUK, Mn., July 15. Poverty,
eupled willi ill health and a weak
ninded wife for a helpmate, were proba
dy the causes which impelled Louis
??ison, a shoemaker, to kill himself, his
rife and a thirtccn-moiit hs-ohl babe and
o wound almost to death a !t-and-!l bal I -
ear-old son. Tho crime was committed
arly this morning. Eisen used a razor.
V minute search of thc apartment failed
O discover a crust of bread or a scrap of
neat. A little salt and a small quantity
if milk wore the only edibles in thc
dace, while the amount ?d' money dis
evered after a candid search was In
cuts willoh Eiscn's pockets contained,
au! ?12 cents which lay upon the eobbloi's
We will pay the above reward for any
ase of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick
leadacho, indigestion, constipation or
os ti von ess we cannot cure with Liverita,
ho up-to-date little livor pill, when thc
tireotions are strictly complied with,
['hey aro purely vogel aide ami never fail
o gi vc sal isfacl ion. 25-cent hexes coil
aili UKI pills, lucent boxes contain lo
tills, 5 cent boxes contain 15 pills. Le
vare of substitutions and imitations.
<enf by mail. Stamps taken. Nor vi ta
ifedicttl Co., Cor. Clinton and Jackson
troots, Chicago, 111. For salo by Dr. J.
V. Hell, Druggist, Walhalla, S. C.
An All-Day Slnginfl.
There will bo an all-day singing at
tothloheni church on the fourth Sunday
n July, conducted by Professors A. L.
lowland, Charley byles ?iud D. K. byles,
everybody is cordially invited to come
nd bring all of their new song hooks
lid WOll lilied baskets. We especially
n vito Pleasant bulgo ?md Double Springs
hoir beaders to he with us. lt will
louhtloss be a profitable day spent with
ll present. Come one, come all.
SONUS ri a:.
Changed Her Mind at (lie Altar.
(J lt KAT KALLS, MONI., July Itt, Miss
lam?an Meyer came all the way from
Illistrin to Montana Lt marry Christo
thor Schmidt, and then wedded the hes I
nan, Joseph Kim/. Schmidt made $115
ait of the transaction. This happened
n Stockott, a coal milling town near
Iront Kalls. Miss Meyer's chango of
I) I Itel came at tho altar. The wedding
[nests had assembled when she an
lOUtlCod that she did not love Schmidt
Hough lo marry him, but pi (dei red
vnu/.. While thc guests waited thc
iridogrooni ?md tho best man negotiated,
vim/, agreed to pay Schmidt $155 and the
oromony proceeded with the positions
if the tWO reversed.
How ?he Vote Stood.
The following shows how tho differ
nt States voted upon the bi lo I plank
I Kansas City in Com milloo meeting:
Yeas- Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado,
lelawarc, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Ken
(icky, Maine, Massachusetts, Missouri,
Nebraska, Nevada, Mow Hampshire,
forth Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina,
['onti08800, Vermont, Washington, Wy
niling, Arizona, Oklahoma, Indian Ter
?tory, New Mexico, Hawaii 20.
Mays-California, Connecticut, Florida,
ieorgia, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana,
ilaryland Michigan, Minnesota, Missis
lippi, New Jersey, New Volk, North
'anilina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Ithodo
shtml, South Dakota, Texas, Ptah,
('ngildu, West Virginia, Wisconsin,
Tho Oovornor Of New Vork has signed
i hill which forbids any one to wear as
iriiaineiits the feathers of song Innis.
I'ho line is drawn at song birds, so the
dumagc of owls, crows and buzzards is
till at tho mercy of those whose taste
ams that way.
Por burns, injuries piles ?ind spin dis
.ases use DeWitt's Witch lla/cl Salve,
t is the original. Counterfeits may be
dimed. I so only DeWitt's.
J. W. boll.
NEWS IN ANO AROUND WESTMINSTER.
W. M. Gossolt tho Champion Whoat Grower
of South Carolina-Othor Local News.
WK ST M i N8TKJI, July 18. - Miss Km ma
MoCouuoll, of Mt. Airy, On., ls visiting
her brothor, Mr. O. W. McConnell.
Mr?. C. C. Porter has gone to Coutral
to spend a month with her daughter,
Min. John Brock.
Mrs. K. U. Kthrigo, of YatoBvillo, Ga.,
ie visiting Mrs. J. J. Arnold, tho wifo of
our clover depot agent.
Mrs. W. II. Irvin, of Elberton, with
her three sweet little children, aro visit
ing her mother and Mrs. C. L. Foster at
Mrs. Fred. W. Auld arrived Tuosdny
from Kl borton and is visiv'ng her sister,
Mrs. W. I). Lesly, and oil or relatives.
She is accompanied hy her pretty little
daughter ami son, Lib and Wilton.
Kev. and Mrs. 1). W. Keilor left to-day
for Greenville to attend tho Groonvillo
District Conference which convonos in
St. Paul church in that city at 8.ill) p. m.
Miss Mary Dagnall, of Dickens, is tho
guest of Miss Bessie Norris.
Miss Kloiso M at howson, of Toccoa, ?8
spending awhile with lier sister, Mrs. J.
S. Carter, and other relatives.
Hov. P. ll. Mears will lill Mr. Kullert
appointment in tho Methodist church
next Sunday afternoon.
Miss Florence Huff, of Newry, was
tiie guest, of Miss Kilto Strioling this
Several from Fair Play and West mins
ter spent yesterday sight-seoing around
Tull ulah Falls.
Miss Josie Cox* of (Joorgia, is visiting
Mrs. J. S. ('toter. Sho is tho daughter
of Mr. Howell J. Cox, who lived koro
six or eight years ago.
Mr. J. W. Williams, ono of Hartwell's
loading citizens was hero this week visit
ing his daughter, Mrs. T. N. Carter.
Quito a number of charming young
ladies aro visiting in Westminster now.
They are cordially welcomed. Sumo of
tho Westminster boys aro charmed.
Master Luci?os and Miss Christine
McConnell, of Lynchburg, Va., aro
visiting relatives hero.
Mr. W. M. Gossott realized 30j bushels
nf dry wheat from a sowing of J of a
bushel on ono aero (d' ground. This
wheat was cut, and shocked about the
I2lh of June and was exposed to tho
weather and fowls of tho air until last
night, when it was threshed. The hirds
luid devoured nearly all tho grain that
was in tho "cap" bundles. No commer
cial fertilizers were used.
Kev. W. J. Wyly has been on a visit to
his hoim folks. Ho preached in Retreat
shu roll last Sahhat h.
Mr. Frank Williams luis commenced
painting Mr. C. F. Anderson's residence.
Ffailk understands his business and does
Your clever Tugaloo correspondent
ivas in town yesterday and carried six of
iVestminster's young ladies homo with
!iim to attend Hie White Kock Seini-Cen
leiminl on Thursday.
Our esteemed friend, Mr. Howard
Vaughn, left last Wednesday for Micas
nile, X. C., to attend a summer school.
Mr. J. A. Lawrence came homo one
lay last wonk, after staying two weeks
it Cam)) Creek in Georgia where his
brother W. li., met his death in the horri
?de wreck. So far as known tho hedy of
Ibo unfortunate man has never been ro
?overod. Ile leaves a wife and ono child.
Many friends deeply sympathize with tho
family and relatives in their distress.
The Ludio Coleman Book Club will
meet at Mrs. J. S. Carter's again next
Friday. A. L. GOSSKTT.
Working Night ami Day.
Tho busiest and mightiest little thing
hat was ever made is Dr. King's Now
Life Dill. F.vory pill is a sugar-coated
(lobule of health, that changes weakness
tito strength, listlessness into energy,
naiti-l'ag into mental power. They're
.vendor! ul in building up tho health.
Inly 2?o. por hex. Sold hy all druggists
u I he count v.
Big Camp Meeting at Central.
The first annual camp meeting of t he
south Carolina Conference of tho Wesley
Met ll od ist church will tic held deo volonte
II the lirai ten days of next month at
'entrai, S. C., for the conversion of sin
ices and the entire sanctification of
Booms can he had for a nominal price
'or those who nile lid from a distant
torry your bedding and he prepared to
akc caro ol' yourself. Ministers in thc
.eguiar work and their families will he
.nlcrtainod free. There will ho a ros
auraut on the grounds whore meals will
ie served al cost. Hay and grain foi
?lock can he procured at, reasonable
ales. "Fanaticism ami nonessentials
ivill md he permit tod." Kvcryhody who
.an, ol' whatsoever faith or order you
nay he, who are interested in Hie ad
/aucomcntof Christ's kingdom on earth,
ire cordially invited lo attend this feast
'Chose contemplai lng coming, and es
pecially families desiring to camp on
,he grounds uro requested to correspond
ililli C. B. Smith, Central, S. C., staling
lixe of parties and rcipiiroments.
Lol prayer he made incessantly to God
bat Cod's name may he glorified in
Thc committee in charge is composed
d Hie Messis. C. B. Nallcy, C. B. Sooth
md C. I.. ( 'layton.
Fair Play toc?is.
Kandy didll'ts !
Mr. William Knox, who has hoon at
ending business collcgo at Macon, (?a
s at li mic nguiu.
Mr. John Jarran!, traveling salesman
or a linn n Atlanta, (ia., passed through
mr town the Kith instant. Mr. Jarran!
s al homo when at Fair Flay and hi
rienits aie glad to know Huit ho is (nish
ag to Hie front in Hie business world.
Mr. George Mandi, and wife, of At
anta, wore visiting his father's family
he I-Itl) instant.
Misses Daisy and Hallie Wright have
cl urned home al ter au extended visit to
Miss Belle, of the Thornwcll Orphan
ige, will he music instructor for Mr. W.
I. Compton's family (lining the summer
Miss !.'.! i nor Knight and Miss Margaret
\ y ors, ol' A ndorson, are hoarding with
Mrs. I/nayles, of Atlanta, (?a., and hoi'
ittle son aro visiting Dr. J. H. Moore's
Mr. William Grant, of Kort Hill, is at
ionic tor a short rest. Oci'OUKK D.W.
July Billi, Bimi.
Heavy Hains in Northern Texas.
DALLAS, TKXAS. July If?. -Northern
Texas has hoon deluged hy rains for
nore Dian twelve hours and Hm indica
ions are thal the storm has only begun.
I'he downpour was terrille most of tho
lay. Tho si reels wore like creeks and
nany basements are flooded. Tho
fri ni fy Uiver is rising mid bulletins from
?'oi l h Wort h and other points indicate
hat large volumes of water uro coming
rom the upper parts ol' the river. Wire
cports show that the rain has linen
(encrai. Kai I road operations are (le
aved because of washouts and waler
i naked road bods,
taking; Scott's Emulsion be
cause it's warm weither.
Keep taking- it until you are
It will heal your lungs and
give you rich blood in sum
mer as in winter. It's cod
liver oil made easy.
50c. (nu) $ I. All druggist*.
Satisfactory to Bryan.
LINCOLN, Nen., July 12).--Tho date,
\iignst s, on Willoh Mr. Bryan is to re
.eivo odil ia! notification of Iiis nomina
lion by tho Democratic committee, is
satisfactory to him.
Hon. A. C. Lallmor's Record In Congross.
Now that tho campaign is upon UB it
ie tho fashion of some people who mu
opposed to Latimor to ask tho question,
"What haH Latimor dono ?"
To moot anil aiiBWor that question and
put IIIB friends, by way of remembrance,
in froBh possession of iii? record, it is
hero proposed to glvo a short roBuino of
his work, uot in any spirit or words of
fulsome adulation, but to givo a simple
recital of tho facta in simple justice to
tho man and his record. What has ho
Amt Hint and foremost lot it b said
that ho wont to CongrosB blacklisted by
his defeated opponont, who put tho
stigma of Populism upon him and upon
the Domooratio votors of tho Third Dis
trict who Bent him thoro and who sot him
self up aa tho jolf-constltutod representa
tive of tho Third District so far as tho pa
tronage at tho ttiBpoBid of tho Cleveland
administration was concerned. Ho has
outlived this and como to soo himself
rOOOguizid aB tho only Congressman from
tho Third District who has brought tan
gible results to bis constituents that can
bo counted in hurd cash and practical
benefits. Others had tried to secure foi
Nowberry Collogo its just claim foi
damages duo from tho Kodoral Govern
monti but it remained for La ti mer tc
soouro tho iiionoy, tho actual caBh, anti
this bo did by hard and persistent work
with tim individual members and witt
tho commit tees of Congress.
lt will bo remembered by ovorybodj
that tho .South Carolina Railroad had
been for years in tito bands of a receivei
ap] loin ted by a Federal J migo and it hac
persistently refused to pay tho taxes dui
tho Sta to on ita properly, dov. Tilbnai
undertook to collect this tax by havitu.
the Sheriffs lovy on the property. TIlOJ
were arrested and lined by Judge Simon
ton. . Thereupon Latimor introduce,
and succeeded in getting passed through
Congress a bill for relief, requiring cor
pointions in the hands of receivers ti
pay their taxes to tho State just tin
same as the bumer or business man does,
Tho result of this act was that ?-?OH.IRM
of past due taxes were paid into tin
State Treasury by the South Carolin!
Railroad. A snug little sum, truly.
lt is largely duo to Latimor's ell'orb
that the system of free rural mail deliv
ery was originated and engrafted upon
the postal system of tho government am
is destined to permeate in the futon
every section of tho country, bringing ti
tho citizens of rural districts the same
postal facilities enjoyed by people ii
tho towns and cities. Tho matter wai
agitated by bim in his Inst term in Cou
gross. Out of twenty-one routes se
cured for the entire State hist, year lu
secured ten of thom for his district
thus bringing $4,000 in cash to tl?
district, and he has aided in having tin
appropriation for this servico increase)
fruin ?:'IM>,0()() last year to $1,760,000 till
year, and has the promise of a complot
service in I'iekons ami OooilOO cnuntici
south of tho Southern Railway and ii
Anderson county. This means abo ll
sixty carriers at a salary nf $600 each, o
$36,000, with tho last ton ahead;
secured. Tbeso aie actual, tangib?
results in dollars and cents, lt is thc ir
tcntion tu increase this survive in tin
next live years tu one hundred and lift
carriers bringing into the district $176,
IKK) besides tho bonoflt nf the free deliv
cry uf mail to tho farmers almost :i
Ile has secured an increase, of th
agricultural appropriation bill for fan
bulletins and fur seeds fur the fannel
against the unanimous report of tin
committee, and he made a light nu th
(lour uf the House fur it and secured i
by adding $05,000 tu the bill.
I le has succeeded in passing the bi
thrungli the House, moving tho Dr
Duck fruin Port Royal to Charleston
and has championed the hill tu build
soldiers' hume at ur near Charlcstoi
and the editor of the Charleston New
and Courier openly complimented hil
in Washington hy stating that if Lat
mer's aid could he secured fur the Di
Dock, Soldiers' Hume and the lixpos
lion these hills could bc (Kissed throng
Ibo House, thus showing the estimate i
which his influence is held in Congres
Among many other practical mcasiin
which he now has un thc calendar of ll
House is une requiring that, thc monti
now used in buying seeds be given d
reel, to the experimental stations lu 1
used in growing ami testing seeds fi
ilisl) ihution among the farmers, tin
icclimal ing them and testing their vail
before they are sent out.
He also found that the thirteen uri),
nat States, the States which founded tl
Union, had never secured any uf tl
public lands fur publia school purpose
while all the new States had twoseetio
in each township (1,280 acres) set. anti
for this purpose, and lie has now pendil
i bill tu equalize the older States in tl
matter. This would give South Carob
publie lands worth $1,600,000, to bc i
vested in ( lo vern mont bunds fur t
bondit uf her school fund, lt is lr
this bill has nut yet passed, but it
[?really lo Latiincr's credit thal he alo
. f all the Congressmen we have b
lhere in the last century thought of HU
but the most stupendous imdcrtaki
lie has before Congress is the one tu
luce letter postage tu one cent, ostabll
free rural delivery all over Hie Unit
Slates tu the people, wipe out the deli
if $(1,000,001) and leave a surplus in I
Treasury. Ile has this measure well
band and has one hundred and li
members pledged to vole for it.
This is but a small epitome nf what
bas dune and is trying tn du, and a
man wini visits Washington will be b<
surprised and gratilied to find the ro|
talion this Congressman has there
bard, persistent and industrious wi
ind work in the interest uf his consti
Buln. lt. is not the man who makes I
forensic displays un Hie door nf I
House that counts for something, but I
mau w ho gets practical results in bene
to his people, and such a man is A.
Latimor. n. n. H
ls it Right for an Editor to Recommend I
l?nni Sylvan Valley News, brevard, N.
lt may be a quostion whether the C
Im uf a newspaper has the right tn p
Holy recommend any of the various |i
loictary medicines which Hood the in
iel, yet as a preventive of suffering,
Teel it. a duty tn say a gund word
Chamberlain's Collo, Choloro and 1)
linea Romody, Wo have known ?
used this medicine in nur family
twenty years ami have, alw ays found
reliable, lu many cases a duse nf t
remedy would save hours uf sillier
ndilla n physician is awaited. Wo
inf believe in depending implicitly
my medicine for ii cure, but we do
i eve that if a buttle of Chambeila
Diarrhoea Romody were kopt on hi
md administered at the inception of
ittack lunch BU flori Hg might bo avni
ind in very many cases the presence i
libysiolan would not ho required,
least this bas been nur experience (
mg tho past twenty years. Kor nab
J. W. Hell, Walhalla, W. J. Lum
Seneca, IL li, Zimmerman, Wosttnintt
.'royraiiinic ol thc Union Meeting
of tho Second Division of tho bea
lam Association, which will meet v
the Pleasant Hill church on friday
fore thc fifth Sunday In duly.
Meet at. 10) o'clock. Organize,
mon at ll o'clock by Kev. J, M. Sam;
ReflOHS, Meet at I o'clock.
1st Query: How may I know that I
a Christian and w hat is tho strongtl
?ny influence in tho world and bow ti
am I responsible for tho life I may li
M. A. Terrell.
2d Query: In what respect ami hov
am I my brother's keeper ? T. KS. /
:td Query: What is Bible sanotlfloal
Hov. N. O. Christopher, of Wostmin
.Ith Qiiory: What is our duty lo
children in reference tn their educat
Kev. I?, J, Vormillion.
Let every church send up full dc
finns. S. 0. SMITH, for Commit!
- - -
One Minute Cough Cure is tho
harmless remedy that produces ii
diate ros ult?. Try it. J, W. ll
Dowey on (he China Probiert:
NAKUAUANSKTT PISH, R. I., July 12.
Tho nttoution of Admiral Downy WP*
called to a dispatch from London, in
which Lord Worsoloy is credited with
saying that tho Chi?ese could overrun
tim world and that they ?io moro power
ful and dangerous than they have boon
credited with being. The Admiral said:
"Lord Worsoloy lias given that ques
tion doop study poi Imps and may know
whereof ho speaks. If I wei o to express
au opinion on tho su h ire t of tho Chinese
overrunning tho world it might not bo
in accord with Lord Worsoloy's VIOWB.
"Why," continued tho Admiral, "2,500
mon have hold their own, and, according
to Admiral .Seymour, if ho had suf
ficient ammunition and provisions ho
would have hold out indefinitely. I ho
liovo 25,000 mon could march right into
Pekin without any diilloulty. Tho Chi
tlOSO, Of courue, are numerically strong,
probably 40,000,000, but thoy are an un
organized hordo of fanatics, imbued with
tho belief that they aro able to drive out
the foreign devils. I boliovo wo have
them on the run. Tho outlook of tho
present timo appear? to ino to bo most
DoWitt's Little Karly Risors aro famous
little pills for livor and bowel troubles.
Never gripe. J. W. Boll.
Two Students Drowned.
CHAUI.OTTK, N. C., July 18.-David
Youan, a Persian, and Kroo JJobbB, both
medical students at David;.on college,
wore drowned yesterday afternoon in
tho Catawba river near? Davidson. Tho
tragedy occurred ata picnic given by tho
Presbyterian church and was witnessed
hy many people.
rh . / PorFREB
Under $8,000 Oash DopoQtt.
UMT?MI Far* Paid.
Open ?ll year to Doth Vor jr Choctp Boar*,
(.cor?!*-Alabama BtulnoN College,
First Democratic Primary wil
t-fr"Candidates' nnnouncoiucitts will lie pul?-1
lisltctl until the primary election for Three Doh
lars, I'AVAlu.i: IN AIIVANCK. Don't ask UH to |
credit you! Canis not lo exceed ?Ix lines.
C. T. W ven H is hereby announced asa'
candidate for Congress from tho Third
Congressional District, subject to tho
result of tho Democratic primary elec
I hereby announce myself as candidate
for Congress from tho Third Congres
sional District in tho coining primary,
and bind myself to abide the result of
tho s;.me. A. C. LATI M ICU,
FOR THF, LKCISLATURE.
Wo are authorized by many friends of I
J AM KM W. ISKAKDKN to announce his j
candidacy for the House of Representa
tivos, subject to tho rules of tho Demo
cratic party in thc ensuing primary elec
Ry the solicitation of many friends 1
hereby announce myself a candidato for j
tho House of Representatives, subject to I
Die aid ion of thc Democratic party in
the primary election.
WM. O. SlNOl.KTON.
At the solicitation of many friends, 1
hereby announce myself as a candidato
for tho House of Representatives, subject
to the Democratic primary.
J. W. Toni).
Tho friends of W. M. BltOWN hereby
announce him a candidate for tho Legis
lature from Oconee county, subject to
the action of tho Democratic party in
tho primary election.
Heilig solicited hy friends 1 hereby
announce myself a candidato for tho
Legislature, subject to Hm action of tho
Democratic party 111 tho primary election.
J, M. IIUNNICUTT.
FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
The friends of A. LAV announce him
as a candidato for County Supervisor,
subject, lo tho action of tho Democratic
The many friends of NATHAN 11:1. Pun,
i.irs respectfully announce him a candi
date for (.'minty Supervisor of Oconee,
subject to tho action of tho Democratic
party in the primary election.
Peing Holioitod hy friends 1 hereby
announce myself a candidate for County
Supervisor, subject to tho action of the
Democratic party in the primary elec
tion. KUKU. W. Pl KUKU.
The many friends of S. M. Pool, hereby
announce him a candidate for ('minty
Supervisor of ( leonee county, subject to
tho rules governing tho Democratic pri
mary elect ion.
KO lt CORONER.
The many friends of \V. L. IlAKItlN
respectfully announce him a candidate
for Coroner, subject lo the action of the
I lemooratio party in the primary election.
I respectfully announce myself a can
didate for Coroner of Oconee county, sub
ject lo the action of thc Democratic party
in the primary election.
W. II. RKICUKK.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Coroner of Oconee county, subject
to Hie action of thc Democratic primary.
.1. ti, Boona.
Wo aro authorized lo announce Kn
WAHI) CALLAS a candidate for Coroner
of Oconee County, subject to tho action
of tho D?mocratie party iii tho primary
Tho many friends of (JKO. L. WILSON
respectfully announce him a candidate
foi Coroner of OootiOO County, subject
lo the action of the Democratic party in
the primary election.
Tho many friends of .I. W. IlANSKItl)
respect fully announce him a candidate
for Coroner, subject lo tho action of tho
Democratic party in thc primary election.
The many friends of FllANKMN TAY*
LOU announce him as a candidato for
Coroner, subject to the action of tho
Democratic voters In the primary elec
The friends of JoSKO Lay, Jr., hereby
announce him as a candidate for Magis
trate at or near Chochee in Whitewater
Township, Oconee county, subject to tho
action of tim Democratic party in tho
Tho friends of II. A. II. (HILSON, K.SI>.,
respectfully announce him a candidate
for the otl?eo of Magistrate at Walhalla,
subject to tho action of tho Democratic
KOK THE SUN A TE.
I1',. L. 11 I'.KNIION is hereby announced
as a candidato for State Senator from
Oconee county, subject to the notion of
tho Democratic voters in tho primary
Tho friends of K. K. RA lil. K hereby
announce him a candidate for the Sen
ale, subject to Ibo action of the Demo
cratic party in the primary election.
We aro authorial lo announce M A.iou
S. P. Dr.NtiY as a candidate to represent.
Oconee county in thc Stale Senate, sub
ject to rat i heat ion hy the voters in tho
next Democratic primary olootiotl for
FOR MASTER IN KQU1TY.
I respectfully announce myself a candi*
date for Hie lillico of Master in F.tpiity 1
for Oconee county, subject to tho action
of the Democratic primary.
Wi OhinuiMiii Winn-..
Tho friends of J. W. IIOI.I.KMAN an
nounce him as a candidate for Master in
Kipiity, subject lo tho action of tho
Democratic primary election.
* FOR TREASURER.
I respectfully announce myself a can
didate for County Treasurer of Oconee
county, and hereby submit myself to tho
action of tho people in tho ensuing pri
mary of I0( 0. WM. K. RAUTON.
The many friends of A. R. KAY respect
fully announce him as a candidate for
re-election to the oflicc of County Treas
urer, subject to tho notion of tho Demo
cratic party in tho primary elect ion.
McKinley and Rccsovoit Accept.
CANTON, O., July 12.-lu MB spooch
of aoooptauco of tho Ropublioan noml
natiou for Probidont Mr. MoKitdoy do
clares tho iesuo of tho campaign in freo
silver, aud ho declaren tito people amst
again defeat tho Democrats and upliold
tho uatioual honor. Ho places the money
question to tho front and takes credit tor
prosperity. Tho President says tho
party will hold fast to its Philippine
policy. Ho ignores imperialism and
shows clearly ho wants to fight on the
?HSUOS of 180(1 with silver to tuc front.
Dying by tho Hundreds.
Los A?OKI.K8, July 13.-Reports from
tho drouth striok'jti region of Arizona
are to tho effect that overy water hole
and most wells have gone dry. In con
sequence cattlo are dying by tho thou
sands auJ thoir shrunken frames dot the
dosort country of Pirna Pinol, Santa
Cruz, Yunda, Cochizo and parts ot'
Marieoda. counties. Tito loss t ? tho own
ers of herds cannot bo compil ed, as in
thoir present gaunt conditioi no mar
ket can bo found. Karoly in tao history
of tho territory has tho water in tho (Hal
and Salt rivers hoon BO scarco. Not a
drop is roported in tho Gala and there
is nono in tho San Pedro from Henson to
it? confluence with tho Salt river above
Ked Hot from tho (Hui
Was tho ball that hit G. ti. Steadman
of Newark, Mich., in tho civil war. lt
caused horrible ulcers that nc, treatment
helped for 20 years. Thou Hueklen's
Arnica Salvo cured him. Cures cuts,
bruises, burns, boils, felons, corns, skin
eruptions. Host pilo euro on earth. 25
cent? a box. Curo guaranteed. Sold by
all druggists in tho county.
Good Nows (rom India.
SIMM,A, July l t.-Hain has fallen over
nearly all India during the past few days
ami tho prospects of tito crops have im
proved immensely. Tho areas have
generally boen bonofttod.
E M E N T S .
ll bo Holli August 28tli, moo.
FOR CIRCUIT SOLICITOR.
JULIUS E. Boons, of Pickons, is an
nounced as a candidate for Solicitor of
tho Kighth Circuit, subject to the Demo
I am a candidate for Circuit Solicitor
of tho Kighth Judicial Circuit of South
Carolina, subject to the Democratic pri
mary. .1. A. MOONBY.
KO H SI I KU IKK.
The friends of J. KnwiN KKI.I.KY
hereby announce him a candidate for
Sherill", subject to tho action of tho
Democratic party in tho primary election.
The friend) of lt. T. SCUKHY announce
him a candidato for Sherill' of Oconce
county, subject to tho action of tho
Democratic primary election.
Tho many friends of W. M. KAY
hereby announce bim a candidate for
Sheriff of Oconeo county, subject to tho
action of tho Democratic party in tho
Tho friends of W. 1). Simm.INO ro
spectfully announce him a candidate for
Sheriff of Oconeo county, subject to the
action of tho Democratic party in tho
I respectfully announce myself a candi
dato for Sherill' of Oconeo county, sub
ject to tho action of the Democratic
party in tho primary election.
H. K. Moss.
Thc many friends of H. K. Dot'rm r an
nounce him as a candidate for Sherill,
subject to tho action of the Democratic
party in the primary election.
Hoing solicited by my friends I hereby
announce my self a candidate for County
Auditor, subject lo tho rules governing
the Democratic primary.
A. P. QUANT
The friends of B. A. DAI.V respect fully
announce him a candidate for Auditor
of Oconeo county, subject to tho action
of the Democratic primary election.
The many friends of J, P. KKKSK re
spectfully announce him as a candidate
for election to tho otlice of County
Auditor, subject to tho action of the
Democratic party In the primary election.
P, H. IsuK.i.i. hereby announces him
self a candidate for Auditor of Oconeo
county, subject to tho notion of the
Democratic party in thc approaching
POR CLERK OF COURT.
Tho friends of HON. C. H. D. UWINS
respectfully announce him a candidate
for tho ellice of (derk of (/'oort of Ooo
nee county, subject to the action of the
Democratic party in the primary election.
being solicited by friends, 1 hereby
announce myself a candidate for Clerk
of Court for Ooonoo county, subject lo
thc rules governing the Democratic pri
mary election. \V. T. (Humus.
Tho friends of Coi.. R. K. MASON re
spectfully announce him as a candidate
for Clerk of Court for Oconce county,
subject to the Democratic primary.
The many friends of S. P. STUIIW.INU
announce him as a candidate for Clerk
of Court, subject to tho volco of the peo
ple in the approaching primary election.
KOK COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
Tho many friends of \V. H. HAIlltON
I respectfully announce him as a candidate
for re-election to tho office of County
I Superintendent of Education, subject to
tho action of the Democratic party in thc
Hoing solicited by my friends, 1
hereby announce myself a candidate for
Superintendent of ?ducation for Ooonoo
county, subject to the notion of tho
Democratic party in tho primary elec
tion. C. I<. CHA m.
Tho friends Of VV. M. KtiNNKI.I, hereby
announce him a candidate for Superin
tendent, of Kducatiou for Oconce county,
subject to tho action of titi- Democratic
party In the primary election.
KOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announce myself ns a candi
dato for County Commissioner, subject
to tho rules governing the Democratic
primary election. H. J. MAUI;rr.
being solicited by friends, 1 hereby
announce myself a candidate for County
Commissioner of Oconeo county, sub
ject, to tho action of tho Democratic
party in tho primary election.
W. T. LASH.
The friends of JOHN H. RliKDKlt au
nomico him as a candidate for County
Commissioner, subject to tho action of
tho Democratic primary.
Having the encouragement and Bollol
ta ti Otl of friends, 1 hereby announce my
self a candidate for the ofllco of County
Commissioner, subject to the action of
the voters in thc Democratic primary;
ami 1 will cheerfully support all of the
nominees. s. il. SNKAD,
I rospootfully announce myself a can
didato for County Commissioner, sub
jool to lllO voice of the people in tho
ensuing primary election.
.1. ll. CANTU*:!.!.,
The many friends of Joil.N T, Uv AH re
spectfully announce bim a candidate fm
County Commissioner, subject to the
action of tho Democratic party in thc
The friends of W. N. Cox respectfully
announce him a candidate for County
Commissioner, subject to the action of
the Democratic party in tho primary
The many friends of W. S. PiiK.'IIAltn
hereby announce him a candidato for
County Commissioner, subject to tho
action of tho Democratic party 111 the
Tho many friends of DANIKI. J, MOK
OAN hereby announce him a candidate
for County Commissioner, subject bi tho
action of tho Democratic party in the
SPINACH and SQUASH,
also GRASS and Clover,
Order ( lolliing Through
C. W. PITCHFORD COMPANY.
SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
A. li., 15. s., A. M., Mi.B.. L. I.
QI'ltlNC COUKSK8 freo for Toucher?.
kJ Kou rt ooo Professors; 83,00(1 volumes
in library; oxeollent hihoiatories, ( lass
rooms, gymnasium, infinnarv, athletic
mounds. Tuition sin, other fco? $18 a
session; tuition remitted io needy Btu*
dmds. ICx penses $ 18ft to $170 a session.
Collided pupils from forty-live ?ec rod i I cd
schools miter its I'Yoshman Class without
Kn tra nee and Normal Sch oin rah ip Ex
aminations held al eveiv county sent
Kinlay, July 20, Inno, hy Couiitv Sliper*
Next session opens September 'Jli. 1000.
roi Catalogue address
K. C. WOODWARD,
May ?ll, 1000, ?? ;jn
Notice to Debtors il Crefi
A I.I. persons indobled to tho estate
/V ol A nd orson I ves tor, deceased, are
hereby notified to make payment to tho
undersigned, and all persons having
Claims against said estate will present
tho same, duly n I tested, on or before
Monday, .Inly ?Olli, 1000, or he haired.
WM. A. tVKSTKK.
C. lt. I). BURN'S,
2" 20 Kxeeutors.
Dr. G. C. Probst,
i > ic r\ rv i ? rr ,
Walhalla, S. C.
Ofllco two Doors East of Bank,
HO MIS : 8.80 A. M. TO 1 I?, M. ANO 2 TO 0
Mandi 24, IK'.'S.
People who give six days to hufdn?flfl
ought to give at least one day to (ind.
How many of us grudge Him that ono
day and how many never oven thank
Him for tho blessings and bounties Ho
dispenses. - Augusta ('hroniclo,