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Tho habit of eating, no matter how
koop couditlons right and to do this ono n
givo Uio greatest comfort and pleasure mu
Hooping Always tho best, passing th
host grado* is what attracts good buyers t
They know thoy will roonlvo tho bot
best simpo and sout to thoir homos at ono
Bond your ohild, sorvaut, or como y
fl O N D A Y ,
the 4th of September.
Stocal aub personal
-Mr. Toto Schroder spout Sunday in
-Mrs. E. A. Boll lias returned from ;..
visit to frionds in Clayton.
-Now Falrgoods at C. W. Pitchford,
Co.'s. Look for now ad. noxt wook.
-Misses Julia Maxwoll and Emma
Merrick, two beautiful young ladies,
spout Monday in Andorson.
-Mr. L. L. Barr, of Groonvillo, spent
Sunday in Walhalla, visiting tho family
of Major S. P. Dendy,
-Arraugo your plans carly to attend
thc 31st Annual Stato Fair at Columbia,
November Otb to 10th.
-"Old Timo" white load, best on tho
markot, always on hand at J. ?fe J. S.
Carter's, Westminster, S. C.
-Wo bavo liad splendid showers for
tho past few days. If you bavo not put
in your turnip seed sow thom now.
-Mrs. E. T. Cook and Mastor Zack
Cook, of Qroonwood, S. C., bavo been
on a visit to Mrs. L. D. Bionnccko and
-Mr. T. E. Stribling, Soncca's popular
druggist, was in SValhalla last Sunday,
tho guest of J. W. Sh ol or, Esq., and
-Mr. L. A. Edwards and family, who
bavo boon in tho mountains about two
months, roturncd to thoir homo at Oak
way this wook.
-Clayton Tribuno: "Tho chestnut
crop is a fail uro this year. Wo do not
boliovo old Soroamor mountain will pro
duce ono bushel."
-Tho many friends of Sheriff Moss
will learn with great pleasure that ho
bas a now biidlo. A handsome sub
scription was ."aiscd-about IO couts.
-Capt. lt. ll. Norris, of Grconwood,
spent Sunday in Walhalla with his
family. Ho is looking well and his
many friends woro pleased to seo him.
-Thc premiums offered this year at
tho Stato Fair bavo been greatly in
creased and compet? tun will bo sharp.
Ho suro to get a premium list at onco.
-Hov. 1). P. Bourdon will preach at
Pleasant Ridge church on tho second
Sund vy in September at ll o'clock A. M.
aud ut Flat Shoals school houso on tho
samo day at ?1 o'clock P. M.
-Tho annual catalogue of donison
College is ready for distribution. A copy
will bo sont to any address upon appli
cation to President Hart/.og, Clemson
College, S. C.
-Health for ton couts. Cascarots
make tho bowels and kidnoys act natur
ally, destroy microbes, cure headache,
biliousness and constipation. All drug
-Hon. D. P. Vernor, Greenville's effi
cient -Master, spout Monday night in
Walhalla. Mr. Vernor accompanied his
wife this far on hor way to tho moun
-Miss Myrtle, tho beautiful and ac
complished daughter of Hov. F. C. Mc
Connell, T). D., of Lynchburg, ^r<? ; snnnt
last week in Walhalla visiting tho family
of Mr. J. S. Sloan.
-Lavonin (Ga.) Standard-Gauge, Au
gust 2(1: "Mr. U. C. Strother, of Wal
halla, who is president of tho Oil Mill
Company, accompanied by Wu wife, is
visiting thoir daughter, Mrs. L. W. Mea
-Mrs. Leah Caig, administratrix,
makes an important announcement to
tho debtors and creditors of tho estate
of If. D. Rochester, deceased. It will
bo found in another column in this
-Mr. S.'P. Stribling has given up tho
management of tho Cherry farm. Afr.
II. C. Routh, of Broylcs, Anderson
county, will tako charge undor a stand
ing rc.it contract after tho first year.
-Thc many friends of Mrs. I). Oolkors
will bo sorry to learn that sbo has been
confined to her room for the past fifteen
dayB, suffering from an attack of rheu
matism. Wo hopo for hor speedy recov
-Mr. W. R. Reid, and family, and
Mrs. I. C. Loo, of Chappolls, S. C., aro
visiting Miss (Janie Keith and other
rotativos in Walhalla this wook. Thoir
many friends boro will bo ploasod to
meet them again.
-Prof. J. E. Ward, A. H., tho uowly
olected Principal of tho Seneca School,
was in Walhalla Tuesday and paid tho
GouaiRlt a pleasant call. Ho is a cleaver
gentleman, and, wo think, tho trus
tees have mado a wiso soloction. Read
his advertisement in this issue.
-Mr. Guy T. (5rovo, who is a tele
graph operator for tho Southern Rail
way at Columbia, arrived in Walhalla
Monday evening on a visit to his family.
Mr. Grovo is a proficient operator and
will doubtless do his company good sor
-Mr. J. J. Norton spout Sunday in
Walhalla visiting his mother. Ho was
on his way to Gainesvillo, Ga., whero he
will buy cotton. This is ono of tho most
important markots of his hugo firm, and
we aro plcnscd to noto ".loo's" promo
-Mr. F<, J. Hunnioutt, of Soncos, ox
poets to leave for New York tho last of
this week to soloct his fall and winter
stock of millinery and dress goods. Ho
will announce later through our adver
tising columns when his goods arrive
and ready to bc nhiod and purchased
l'y our good ladies.
-Mrs. T08iuo Lewis, wifo of Mr. Robert
A. Lowis, of Bolton, S. C., Jigs boen
spending a wook in Walhalla visiting hor
rolatlvos, Mia. L. 1). Bronnooko and
family and Mr. 1). A. Smith and family.
Mrs. Lewis was charmed with our
"city," with its fino climate and beau
tiful and enchanting mountain sconory.
Sim lins promised to visit us again by
Gets - Over
long ho m e.y live, aud so lt ls best to
Mt S buy piiro and fresh Qrooories. They
1 aro moro healthful.
em to you uteconomical prices for tho]
o this store.
it attention, gooo\\wlll be handled in the j
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ourself and seo what we say is oorreot.
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-Mr. C. G. Jay nos was in Atlanta last
.?-Big bargains iu shoes at tho Cash
-Tho sohools of Walhalla will open
-Tho stores will bogin to Btay opon to
-Cotton Mill Romnaute 10 oonts por |
po ?.?.vi at C. W. Pitch turd Co.
-Mr. C. W. Baukulgkt mado ? busi
ness trip to Greenville this week.
--Mr. Goo. Seaborn, of Atlanta, visited|
his family in Walhalla last woek.
-Horn, uuto Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Fant, j
on tho 80th instant, a son.
-Tho dispensary sales et this placo |
amountod to about $42 last Saturday.
-Look out for tho Cash Bargain |
Storo's Soptombor advertisement.
-Mr. T. Waltor Thompson, nf Colum
bia, visited his family in Walhalla last |
-Tho oxoursion people rot urned to I
thoir homos in tho low-country this I
-Mrs. L. K. VanDivloro, of Savannah,
is on a visit to tho family of Coi. H. S.
-Missos Callio and Dora Forgusou, of j
Polzor, aro visiting relatives noar Wal
-J. N. Vnudivor hos boon olooted Su
pervisor of Anderson county vico W.
-Stato Alliance Iiooturor J. It. Bioko j
would liko to succeed Mr. Latlmor in |
- Hov. L. K. Probst, of Atlanta, Ga.
will orrlvo in Walhalla this wcok on
visit to his brothor, Dr. G. C. Probst.
-Soo citation notice for lottors of ad
ministration on tho ostato of John T.
Richie, deceased, iu another column this |
-Mr. Wm. J. Novillo, of Cartor A Co.,
will loavo for Now York this aftornoon,
where ho will buy a fall and winter
stock of goods.
-If you havo anything to oxhibit at |
tho Stato Fair send to Scorotary Hollo
way, at Ponmrio, S. C , for a promium
list. Do not delay to do so.
-Good bargains in trunks and valises j
at tho Cash Bargain Storo.
-Tho Walhalla Comedy Company will
givo a minstrel entertainment on Friday
night, Soptombor 15th. Tho best local
talent is being trained for tho occasion.
-Missos Gortrudo Ansol and Fred
ericka Ansel, daughters of Solicitor M.
F. Ansol, of Croonvillo, S. C., aro visiting |
thoir undo, Mr. J. J. Ansol, and family.
-Mr. J. JJ. Gaillard, of Pol/.or, passed
through Walhalla last week on bis way
to tho mountains. Ho ls just rooovor
ing from a two months' spoil of typhoid
-LOST.-A hand satohol was loBt in or
near Seneca last, weok, containing some
surgical instruments. Tho flndorwill bo
well rowarded by dolivoring samo to J.
S. Striming, Soncca.
-Wo aro authorized to givo not iee that I
tho public sohools for Walhalla School]
District No. 20 for tho soholastlo yoar
1800 and 1000 shall opon on Monday, tho |
4tb day of Soptombor, 1800.
-Hov. W. W. Mills, of Camdon. S. C., ]
preached a solemn and iniprosdvo sor
mon to a largo and appreciative congre
gation in tho Walhalla Prosbytoran
church on last Sunday morning.
-Attention is callod to ttio advertise
ment of Miss McCullough's sohool,
which will o""" neut Monday, Soptom
bor Ith. Sho hos long boon known asl
ono of cur bert teachers, and merits tho|
support of many patrons.
-Mrs. J. C. Tiodoman and daughter,
f.ouiso, roturnod to Charleston this
morning* after spending two wooks vis
iting Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Trobst. Her
son, Luther, romains and will bo a pupil
in Miss Stcck's school.
-Mrs. J. J. PIUSB, of Laurons, is vis
iting tho family of Mr. W. P. Nash. Mrs.
Pi USS COP rosen ts "Our Monthly," an in
teresting little magazine, issued by tho
inmates of tho Tbornwell Orphanage at
Clinton. This ncblo woman Intonds giv
ing Walhalla a "write-up" in tho publi
cation sho roprosonts.
-You will bo agreeably surprised in
bringing mt your proscriptions to soo
the caro I tako in tilling thom. This is
no work of tho druggist that must bo
carefully attendod to. No mattor whoso
blank your proscription is writton on,
bring it to mo and havo it filled with tho I
freshest and purest drugs to bo had.
An;, Hiing in tho drug lino at Lunnoy's,
Soncca, South Carolina.
NEW GRASS SEEDS.!
CLOVER, LAWN, ORCHARD,
K KN IJ TCKY BLUE GRASS SEEDS.
-All Vorlotios of
Woman's Foreign Missionary Socloty.
Tho Grconvillo District Conforonco!
of tho Woman's Foreign Missionary So
ciety will convene, in annual sosslon in
tho Walhalla Methodist ohurob Soptom
bor 16-17. An omiuont divino will
preach on Sunday morning rod at night]
at tho usual hours. Tho public cordially
invited to all tho servicos during tho con- j
De.dh of Mr. Thos. Baldwin.
Mr. Thomas Baldwin died suddonly
at tho homo of his son, Mr. John M.
Baldwin, in Walhalla, on Tuesday after
noon, 20th instant, from boort disooso,
aged sovonty-two years. Ho had hoon
living boro this year, having movod from
Townvillo. Ho was twico married. His
second wife and sovoral cbildron survive,
to whom tho sympathy of many friends
is oxtondod. Ho was a bravo soldier in
tho war, and a good oitlzon. His body!
was carried to Townvillo for burial to
Judge Day nnd Wife at Highlands.
Clayton Tribuno, Highlands corroa
pondonoe: "Among tho lato r.vrivAls nt
the Dfcvls House aro Judgo Day and wUoJ
of Canton, Ohio. Tho lute S?or?tary of
State expresses great admiration of
Highlands and surroundtocp, and our
poople are equally pleased .*, Uh tbe omi
nont statesman." s
Fer tho Benefit of Oconoo's Ltars.
. Tbe Betty's Creek correspondent of
tho Clayton Tribune says: " 'Persim
mon' need not brag eo big. Betty's
Crook baa oom so big that lightning
bug? never know when daylight ooraes.
The stalks are Uko mill logs and tho
grains will soou be Uko iron wedges.'^
Oooneo's champion liars will plonse
"load" and como forward.
A Young Train Dispatcher.
Mr. Henry S. Todd aud brother, Mr.
Arohie W. Todd, spent Monday night in
Walhalla with Mr. and Mrs. Guy T.
Grove. They wero "On tholr way to |
Boroo Cove, where they will spond a va
ration. Mr. Henry S. Todd is the chief
train dispatcher of tho Columbia Divis
ion of tho Southern Railway, at Colum
bia, S. C. Mr. Todd is ono of tho young
est men holding this vceponBlble position
iu tho South and ia a capable ???d oi?l
A Party ol Nimrods.
Wo had a pl ja ?ant onlt last woek
from Mr. A. G. Moorokend, of Sandy
Springs neighborhood, Audorson county.
He and a party of gontlonren from Groon
villo, PiokoilS and Audorson counties
wero out on an outing In tho mountains
of this Stato and Goorgia and North Ca
rollna. Fox raoing was ono of their
principal amusements and diversions. |
Mr. Moorehead roports a splendid trip |
and brought ?*6k with him on his roturn
homo through Walhalla tho hide of a |
largo fox ho and his party caught in
Kahlin county, Ga.
Hold Your Cotton.
Wo havo boen roading about tho cotton
crop throughout tho United States and
wo think thnt tho pilo niado will amount
to about niuo million bales, and wo !
would advl8o our farmor friends to hold
tholr cotton, and, in our opinion, thoy
will got a "fancy price" for it-about 7?
cont?, lt is bettor to go a little rnggod
and hungry now than in wid-wintor.
Look at your own orop-how sorry. It
is that way ali over tho cotton Statos.
Tho Egyptian cotton crop is a failure
Will you hold tho staplo or not ? Do as
Death of Mrs. M. TWilto.
Diod, at her homo, nour Walhalla, S. C.,
on Monday night nt niuo o'clock, August
28th, 18911, after a liugoring illness of
ovor throo months, Mrs. Millio Jnno
White, aged about eighty years. During
her long life sho oxompliflod in hor walk
and conversation tho Christian graces of
a true motlier in Israel. Sho leaves four
sons and ono daughter to mourn tholr
groat loss. Sho was buried at Bothol
Presbyterian ohurch yard on Wednesday
morning boBido hor husband, T. A. White,
who predeceased hor sovoral years ago,
aftor funoral services conducted by Rev.
J. L. Daniel.
A Money Halter.
Mr. John P. Kooso, County Auditor,
informs us that wo made several mis
takes in our account of tho taxable real
est ato ip the several townships in tho
county, published in Tun Coonina two
weeks ago. Wo gladly make tho correc
tion. Tho "right thing" is as follows:
Townships. 18?I8. 1800.
Con tor.$ 207,880 $ 207,300
Chattooga. 60,870 50,800
Koowoo. 142,850 138,000
Pulaski. 20,850 20,370
Sonooa. 378,300 408,080
Tugaloo. 248,880 240,000
Wagoner. 310,010 380,780
Whitewater. 87,070 87,400
Bread tor tho Orphans !
It takes ono barrel of dour to provide
broad for ono person for a year. Wo
havo two hundred under our caro in tho
Thornwoll Orphanage and will nood two
hundred barrels during tho onsuing
twolvo months. Can you not aoouro foi
ns at least ono of thoso ? If you cannot
givo it youisolf. aro th oro not neighbors
of yours who will join in with you and
so Bond a barrel to tho orphans ? Wo 1
will ohcorfully pay tho freight Who
could ref uso a gift of broad to tho father
less children ? Wo aro not asking you
to do it all. Although nono of our
orphans ai-o Clinton-born, our littlo town
headed tho flour supply with oighteon
barrels last yoar, and will do lt again
this year. Sond gifts of monoy to Hov.
Dr. Jacobs, but send gifts of provision
supply to Thornwoll Orphanage, Clinton,
Death ol Prof. DuPro.
Prof. J. P. C. DuPro, tho hoad of tho
horticultural dopartmont of Clomson
Collogo, died at his homo at Clomson, on
August 25th, aftor a briof illness from
appendicitis. Thc announcement of his
death was a groat surpriso to his many
fi lends all over t ho St ate, a.s it was not
gonorally known that ho was 111.
Prof. DuPro took an omiuont stand in
his profession. Ho wont to Clomson
whon tho institution was first hoing put
'in shape for it? oponing, and h ir. splendid
work will bo loft ns a mark of his ability
and his worth. Jmro, rod hills wero
changed into hoautif ul gardons, and much
of tho hnndsomo appoarauco of the
grounds around tho " Collogo buildings
was duo to his direction and work. Mak
ing hnndsomo grounds, howovor, waa
not tho only thing that Prof. DuPro had
to consldor, for tho lino fruit gardons
havo thr'vod and prospered under his
caro and attention. During tho summer
Prof. DuPro has boon assisting in tho in
stituto work ovor tho Stato, and his
death, especially just at this time, will be
a ftovoro loss to tho Collogo.
Ho was born near Pendleton, tho his
torio town of Upper Carolina, sixty-oight
years ago. Tho groator part of his lifo
was spent, in Abbovillo, where ho was
host known and most highly honored.
Ho ian ved . dthfully through tho oivil
war. Ho was in public lifo during tho
groator portion of his lifotimo, lorving
his country in tho capacity of county
commissioner, school commissioner,
troasuror and iihoriff, holding tho latter
ofllco for oighteon yoarn.
His body was carried to Abbovillo for
intermont on Saturday. Ho was hurled
with Masonic honors in Long Cano corno
Tho funoral services woro conducted
by Dr. .L W. Daniel, of tho Mothodlst
elm i eh, of which Prof. DuPro was a do
Cotton MUI Shut Down.
.Tho Walhalla Cotton MUI has hoon
abut.down nineo Saturday night for tho
want of ootton. Tho managomont
thought thoy had enough .to oarry thom
through, but ran short. AB soon as a
few new baloB coree in tho mill will start
John Hunter In Jail. ?
Mr. J. C. Langston wont to Brevard,
N. C., last week and brought back John
Hunter, colored, wapted lu Gwlnnett
county, Georgia, for 'murder. Hunter
was arrested by Sheriff M ot ; ah a, of Bro
vard, who telegraphed Sherill Moss of
the fact. Hunter's ta]o of woo is that
"tho other" negro (Wo wero unable to
find out his namo) shot him in tho leg,
whereupon he drew his pistol and shot,
killing him instantly. Tho Georgia au
thorities aro oxpootod to arrive in a few
days for Hunter.
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Religious Services (or Next Sunday.
Rev. Carlyle Branyon, of Hartwell,
Ga., will preach lu thb Walhalla Baptist
church On next Munday morning and
night at the usual hours. Public gene
Rev. J. L. Daniel will ?n oach on a very
interesting subject next Sunday morning
iv, thc Wn??'.r?lt?. Mothcditt church. Tho
publio is cordially invited to ho present.
Ho will also preach at tho residence of
Mr. B. R. Wostmorolad, noar tho cotton
mill, on Munday afternoon nt 4 o'clock,
Tho ordlnanoo of baptism will ho ad
ministered aftar pi caching.
NEWS IN ANO AROUND WESTMINSTER.
Mooting-Penih-Slokness-Local and Per
WKBTMINBTKU, August 81.-Mr. Henry
Vernor, of Retreat, attended the "Gran
ite City," Carnival hold at Elberton, Gn.,
last wook. ..
Miss Hattie Zimmerman has hcou at
Anderson tho past wcok visiting friends
Miss Inez Jerrard, of Toccoa, is spend
ing a fow days in Wcst-ninstor with hor
cousins, ibo Misses Jan ard.
Mr. J.**S. Carter oxpoots to start to
Now York to morrow morning Mop (ein
her 1st, to purohaso fall and winter goods.
Tho series of mootings olosod at tho
Baptist church on Sunday night without
any accessions. Tho sonnons hy' Bov.
A. F. O'KcMy, tho now pastor, woro
greatly onjoyod by tho congregations;
Ito was always in tlio pulpit at tho ap
pointed hour, and II?B sonnons woro
plain, brief and point cd.
Sovoral from Westminster nud othor
sections of tho county took advantage*of
tho choap oxourslon rates to Atlanta
last wook. Tho train was dolaycd h oro
two hours on account of tho onginu
W. F. Ferguson, colorod, sold tho hrst
halo of nov/ cotton in Westminster on
August 25th. lt woighod 423 pounds and
waa bought hy Mason** Peden Bros., at
iii con ts. Ferguson frequently brings
tho llrst halo to this market. Ho is a
bard working man and onjoys tlio respect
of both rucos.
Tho ll months old daughter of Wiloy
Harvoy, who lives on Mr. W. O. Alexan
der's farm, died at 5 o'olock Tuesday
morning and was buried at ConuorosB
Miss Maude Gaines loft yostorday for
Augusta. Ca., where she goos to stud v
to bocomo a trained nurse in a hospital.
Miss Gaines is a modest and intelligent
?'OUng lady and hor many friends rogrot
To-day tho early dosing of tho stores
onds. Thin was tho llrst summer tho
merchant s hoi'O olosed tholr door.", at 7
o'olock and they liked tho plan very
Mr. S. W. Diokson, tho liveryman, had
a good horso to clio ono day last week
whilo it was out on a trip.
At tho Presbyterian church on last
Sabbath vory interesting and impressive
services woro oonduotod by tho pastor,
Bov. S. L. Wilson. Just hoforo tho regu
lar sermon tho ordinanco of Baptism was
administered to two infants. Tho ovon
ing services woro omitted owing to tho
protracted meeting in progress at tho
Mr. J. B. Holiday . as moved back
from near Piedmont to Iiis homo in
Rev. S. L. Wilson ls pronching a sorlos
of sonnons in tho Presbyterian church at
Oakway this wook.
Rov. R. R. Bagnall IH still confined to
his room on account of sickness. Ho is
gradually gaining strength and it is
hoped ho will soon bo fully restored to
health. His onforcjed rotiromont from
activo duties during tho pnst month has
been dooply rcgrottod. Whonovor ho
cnn ho gots nome othor ministor to fill
Good rains havo boon falling, which
will help tho turnip patches and hasten
tho growth of sweet potatoes.
Mist* Maud Strlbling, third daughter
of Mr. and Mrs, Wm. J. Strlbling, has
received a freo scholarship from tho
Prosidont of tho Winthrop College at
Rock Hill. Ono of tho counties failed to
fot a scholarship, and Miss Maud, stand
og tho next highest examination in tho
Stato to those who won scholarships, it
was mailed to her. Sho cannot accopt,
howovor, having already docided to at
tend school nt Hallsville. Miss Maud
ia vory young and hor friends congratu
late her on hor success.
A. I*. GOSSBTT.
Tho Public School Torrn.
Our trustees decided, wo boliovo, for
tho best intorosts of both teachers and
pupils when thoy determined that our
public torin should begin tho first of our
[school torin. By this beginning ovory
pupil eau bo so much hotter classified.
Tho schools will not bo disorganized
af tor running a month or longor. by hav
:g BO many now pupil? coming m.
Aftor taking a careful school cousus
[of Walhalla school dlstriot wo find 305
while children of tho school ago, and
that tho avorago tomi for all tho chib
dron hore last year was loss than two
months, tho total enrollment being only
lt is to the supromn intorost of nil thai,
our ohildron bo in school. Tho consti
tution requires that wo havo $3 por
capita for ovory child enrol lcd, und aro
wo not si anding in our own light whoo
wo fail to got back oiir own money, leav
ing out tho neglect of our children? The
[constitutional requirement would glvo
UH, providod all attended school, about
(1,600. How long will wo bo contont
with spliOi), or loss, as W* havo boon doing?
Lot us soo to lt when our schools opon
Hoptombor 4th that our ohildron aro
pruSent tho first day; that thoy be kont
in school, and that our toaohors aro dis-,
charging their dut?os faithfully and woll.
JAB. M. MOSS.
better than cure. Tutt's Liver
Pills will not only cure, but if
taken in time will prevent
constipation, jaundice, torpid
liver and kindred diseases.
TUTT'S Liver PILLS
A. A. Cnrpontor, a woll to do farmor
living noar Anderson, died Monday for
thc lack of medical attontlon. Ho wna
a ChriBtain sciontist mid refused tho at
tention oi physician or of his family.
B. J. M. Gaelan" Wm. Wilson, Josno
Corley and .loo Jones havo hoon bound
ovor in Grconwood county to await trial
O?I tho chnrgo of complicity In tho rocont
whitecap outrages. Thoy say that they
will bo ablo to provo alibis.
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All tho silver forces of Nobranka havo
11 allied to tho support of W. J. Bryan.
THE NEW8 FROM S?N?xCA.
Tho 8chools-Sermons by tho Presiding
Kider ?riot Local News.
SBM?OA, August 20.-^Tho Sonoou High
Shcool opens noxt Monday, Soptemberl
.Uh iud a good sohool is ontloipated. A j
oc.pB of ooVapetont toaohors will bo In
okarge. Prof. J. E. Ward, of Fayette
ville, N. C., is to bo prluolpal, and bas
arrived lu town. Ho 1B a graduate of
Davidson College. Tho intermediate do.
par tin ont will bo in ohorgo of Prof. T. J.
(lardner, who loooived bis eduoatton at
Trinity College, N. C. Miss Kate Oars
well, of Hepzlbah, On., boa boen elected j
teacher of tho primary department.
Mrs. W. H. Cary will oommenco a prl-.j
vate sohool Monday, Soptombor 4th.
Sho will teach at tho Koo wee Hotel, and
her friends hopo sho may have a suoooss
ful Bossiou. Mrs. Cary is an excellent, I
lady, whose formor patrons rocolvod
SKHMONS HY TI(K PRESIDING KkDER.
Hov. J. B. Wilson, Presiding Eldor^ of
the (? roon ville District, preached nt tho
Mothodist ohuroh vwlco Sunday. Tho
morning discourse, dollvorod *o tho)
united congregations of tho Baptist,
Presbyterian and Methodist churches,
was ono of unusual excellence. Tho |
ovoning sermon tm "Tho lovo of God"
was porhapB moro beautiful, Mr. WHBOII |
Using his 1 aleut of pioturo painting with
marked che ot.
Tho Quarterly Conforonco of tho
8onoca and Walhalla Station was hold
Tho young sot, ovor roady for fun, on
joyed a sooiablo at tlio homo of Mrs, S.
D. Chorry Monday ovoning^ despite tlio
inoiomouoy of tho Vi??thc?.
Mrs. James Webb, of Washington, D.
C., has boon on a visit to tho homo of hor j
fatlior, Capt. James Koid, nour boro.
Mr. Whitnor K.'Livingston, of Look
hart, vieltod relatives boro tho first of tho |
Mrs. J. C. Cary, Whitnor Cary and Mr.
Whittier K. Livingston loft Monday for
Miss Francos Hoko and nicco, littlo
Miss Hattie Hoko, of Atlanta, aro spend
ing awhilo boro.
Mro. Eloiso Brown and Mnstor Tom
Brown, of Birmingham, aro paying a]
visit to Mrs. S. D. Chorry.
Mr. A. M. Smith, of Chappels, hs in
town for tho purposo of studying tele
graphy undor Mr. V. B. Swann.
Mr. D. A. Perritt, of Hartwell, was in |
town last week.
Mrs. NoBom, of ClomBon Collogo, wns|
tho guest of MisB Ruby Ward nt Mrs.
JnmoB L. Lowery's tho first of tho wcok.
Miss Sara Livingston is oxpeoted homo
soon from Now York, whore sho oas
boon almost a year. Hor many friends
will bo glad to learn of hor return.
Miss Margie Holland is visiting rela
tives at Andorson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crayton and ohlld
ron havo returned from a pleasant stay
of some length nt Jocasseo.
Mrs. L. C. Craig is spending somo timo
Tlio recent death of Prof. DuPro, of
Clemson Collogo, is a source of sorrow to
tho Soncca pooplo, amoug whom ho num
bered many friends.
Tho wcathor bas becomo chilly. Ono
littlo boy wished to know if it had "got
winter" without pooplo knowing it was
timo for it.
MARY IC. SWANN.
Bismark's Iron Nervo
Was thc result of his splendid health.
Indomitablo will and tremendous onorgy
aro not found whoro stomach, livor,
kidney and bowolB aro out of order. If ]
you want tboso qualities and tho success
thoy bring, uso Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills.
They dovolop ovory powor of brain and
body. Only 25o. at all drug storos.
Marrlago at Hetera.
RKTORN, August 20.-Tho visitors boro
lnat week woro: Missos Hattio Hnloy,
Oakway; Ida Cleveland and Lizzio
Bruce, Townvillo; Mando Foster, Rich
land; Hoppio and Aggie Hancock, Wcst
minstor; Martha and Pearl King, Toccoa,
Ga.; Ola Clovoland, Qroonwood, and
Messrs. Orr Bruco, Paul Clovoland and
Tho mooting, willoh was conducted by
govs. C. L. Craig and Bob Nolson, closed
I last Thursday night. Two joined. Thoy
I will bo baptized on tho third Sunday in
(September at niuo o'clock A. M.
Messrs. Waymon Prico and Lester Dal
ton visited in Franklin county, Georgia,
Mr. Josso Morgan has secured tho con
I tract for carrying tho mail botwoon
Wostmiustor and Fair Play. Ho will
move to Wostmiustor shortly and ontor
upon his dutios.
Mr. Wm. Ertzbergor, of Franklin, Ga.,
I and Miss Toxic Hayes, of this placo,
I woro married last Thursday morning at
ll o'clock, Rov. C. L. Craig officiating.
They woro married in Roturn church.
Aftor tho ooromuuy congratulations woro
ox tended. Tho bridal party roturnod to
tho homo of tho bride's parents whoro a
dainty repast awaited thom. Tho pres
ents woro beautiful and numerous. Mr.
and Mrs. Ertzborgor visited rolativos and
friends near Townvillo, aftor which thoy
loft for tho homo of tho groom, near
Avalon, Oa. FARMER BOY.
Tho Best Remedy for Flux.
Mr. John Mathias, a well-known stock
dealer of Pulaski, Ka., says: "Aftor suf
fering for ovor a wook with llux, and my
physician having failed to roliovo mo. I
was advised to try Chamborlain's Collo,
Oholora and Diarrhoea Romody, and 1
havo tho pleasure of stating that tho half
of ono bottlo cured mo." For solo by J.
W. Bell, Walhalla; W. J. Lunney. Son
cca; H. B. Zimmormnn, Westminster.
.- I?,??. . .
Dr. II. R. Mosoloy Resigns.
FLORENCE, August 28.-Yostorday Dr.
II. R. Mosoloy tendered his resignation as
pastor of tho Baptist ohuroh, tlio resig
nation to tako offoct Octobor 1st. A com
mittee has boon appointed to Roouro a
now pastor, and sorvlccs will go on ns
before, without any intermission.
Tho American Baptist Homo Mission
sooioty has repeatedly urged Dr. Mosoloy
to tako,up missionary work In Cuba, and
dually ho consoutod to do so, fooling
that it was lils duty. In Cuba ho will
Superintend tho mission work of tho
provincos of Santa Clara, Puerto Prin
cipe and Santiago, with headquarters in
tho last named provinco. Ho will also
havo tho supervision of a normal sohool
for training Cuban toaohors, Dr. Moso
loy opoaks Spanish Huontly, and han had
much oxporlonco in missionary work.
Ho is woll fitted for this hold of labor.
COLUMBIA, S. C. August 20.- Among
petition papers aotod on to-day was tho
caso of Ooo. fi, Hlnson, of Piokons county,
who was convicted of murdor In 1800 of
Jas. F. Lay, but hoing rocommondod to
mercy got a Ufo imprleonmont. Solicitor
Ansel rofuscd to rccommond tho pardon
and tho Oovornor deoidod not to intdr
to die seva spared
to tell how I was saved," writes Mrs.
.A. A. Stowe, 237 N. 4th St., San
Jose, Cal. H had valvular heart
trouble' so severe that I was pro
nounced 'gone' two different times.
The valves of rivy heart failed to
work properly, and circulation was
so sluggish that the slightest exertion
produced fainting. 'There ls no
nope' said my physician, so I decided
to irv Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and *he
result 1 consider miraculous. 1 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.
Pr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart. Ind,
Tuo Ai.oo, 8. C., August 20.-Hov. A. P.
Marett olosed a successful mooting at
Kook Hill oburoh Inst Sunday whou bo
administered tho ordinance of baptism to
twolvo converts in Capt S. M. Crawford's
mill pond. Bov. Marotf. is a zealous,
consecrated minister, and is thoroughly
in lovo with his work.
Tho Humorous friends of Mr. William
II. Crawford aro painod to learn,- that ho
bad tho misfortune of having tho two
middle fingers on his right baud caught
in tho machinery at Nowry faotory ro
contly and mashed off.
Levis Knox is tho handsome, polite and
obliging salesman in tho storo cf our
enterprising merchant, W. L. Thomas.
Our handsome young friend, J. J.
Cromor, is also a salesman in this ?torn
as woll as assistaut postmaster.
Tho patrons and trustcos olootod a Mr.
Farmer of Anderson to teach school at
South Union tho ensuing torin. Mr.
Farmer is a graduate of tho P. M. I. also
of tho Citadel. Wc anticipate having a
good and successful school.
Turnip sowing is in ordor now.
South Union oxpoots to havo a scries
of mootings begin i ne; on tho second Sun
day night in Soploiiibor. Rev. Mr. Sisk
is oxpootod to couduot tho sorvicos. L,
To braco up tho system after "la
grippe," pneumonia, fovors, and othor
prostrating acute diseases; to build up
nocded flesh and strength and rostoro
hean h and vigor when you icol '-Run
down" and used up, tho boat thing in
tho world is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. It promotes all tho bodily
funotions, rousosovory organ into health
ful aotion, purillos and enriches tho
blood, and through ii. cleanses tho blood,
and through it cleanses, repairs, and
invigorates tho entire system. For tho
most stubborn scrofulous, skin or scalp
disease, dyspepsia, biliousness, and kin
dred ailments, tho "Discovory" is une
qualed as a remedy.
Locals from Holly Springs.
HOLLY SIM?NOS, August 20.-Married,
on August 0, 1800, by Kov. !.. D. Cham
bers, at tho homo o? tho bride's father,
Mr. Jorry Swofford, Mr. S. II. Loo and
Miss Anna Swofford. Mr. Loo is a
clovor young man and Mrs. Loo a modol
Tho pooplo of Holly Springs havo boen
carrying on a protracted mooting for
about ton days. It closed .Sunday night
and will begin again on Friday night and
closo on Sunday night.
Thoro will bo a baptizing at Kooky
Ford noxt second Sunday.
Mr. William Merida and two sisters
visited their uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Rowland Cobb, last wook.
Married, by Kev. L. 1). Chambers, on
June 20, Mr. Frvin Long and Miss Roxio
Cobb. Miss Roxio is a daughter of Mr.
Andy Cobb. Goon LUOK.
Story of a Slave.
To bo bound hand, and foot for years
by tho chains of disonso is tho worst form
of slavery. George I). Williams, of Man
chester, Mioh., tolls how such a slavo
was mado freo. Ho says: ''My wifo
has boon so helpless for flvo years that !
sho could not turn ovor in bcd alono.
After using two bottles of Klootrio Bit
tore, sho is wonderfully improved and
aldo to do hor own work. This supremo
romody for fomalo diseases quickly mires
nervousness, sleeplessness, m/mauoholy,
headacho, baokacho, fainting and dizzy
spoils. This miracle working mcdioino
is a godsend to weak, sickly, run down
pooplo. Every luttlo guaranteed. Only
60 couts. Sola by all druggists in tho
CIIKOIIKI;, August 20.- Another shower
of rain has visited our scotion, for which
wo aro vory thankful.
Work on Chcohoo chu rob is progress
ing nicoly. May tho good Lord bless all
who take an Interest in it. When tho
building ls complotod it will bo a vory
pretty structure. Mr. Lyda, tho pastor,
is a good preaohor and all tho pooplo in
this scotion Uko him.
Foddor pulling is tho ordor of tho day
and will bo for about Circo wc ks,
Mr. W. J. Townes oxpoots to rel mn to
Atlanta-in tho near futuro. Mr. Townes
has boon visiting boro for some timo.
Watermelons aro a soarco artiolo in
tho valloy this year.
Wo supposo that all of tho rovival
mootings in tho county havo olosed or
aro about to closo. G noss tho preachers
aro fat and "sassy," but, oh, those, poor
Miss Francos Orr, of Mt. Kost, has tho
In oiliest Howers wo havo soon anywhoro.
duoh success to you, Miss Orr.
Mr. A. W. Singleton and Mr. Roubon
Loo, Jr., spent Saturday with Mr. Sin
gleton's folks afc Mt. Tabor. Thoy re
port a grand timo.
Tho Chookoo High'Sohool is flourish
ing under tho supervision of Mr. A. W.
Rov. L. M. Lyda, of North Carolina,
preached an instructivo sermon at tho
Chcohco church last third Sunday.
MOUNTAIN Soitoor. Gun..
Mrs. Miohnol Curtain, Plainfield, III.,
makes tho statement that oho caught
cold, which sottlod on hor lungs; sho
was treated for a month by hor family
physician, but crow worse Ho told her
sho was a hopoloss vlotim of consump
tion and that no modlolno could euro hor.
Hor druggist suggested Hr. Kirig'B Now
Discovery fdr* consumption; Bho bought
a hot ile, and to lier dotlght found horsolf
benefited from tho first dose Sho con
tinued its uso and after taking six bottles
found horsolf sound and woll; now does
her own housework and Is as woll ns abe
ovor was. Freo trial "oottles of th!? groat
discovory at all drug stores lu tho county.
Largo bottlos 60 cents and $1.
The Seveni? Year Will Benia on
Monday, Sexier 4ft, 1899.
A COItnVOT OL ASSI WC AUTON OF
PUPILS an 1 AU earnest, uu'nterruptod
beginning of work havo much to do
with tho success of tho e??orta of ^ ?6tu
pupil and toaohor throughout the tiitiro
tomi. Patroon can greatly aid in obtain
ing tho boat results by having all arrange
monte made for tho pupils prior to tho
opening of sol col.
AU information in regard to the W A i ,
nAv.T'A SBI,KOT SCHOOL cart bo obtainod
from MISS KATE J. STECK,
August 10, 1800; 82-80
-Boforo buying BOO our buggies,
wagons, baruoss, laprobos. We carry a
oomploto lino. J. & J. S. Carter, West
minster, S. C.
TUB, NINTH SESSION will bogitt
SKPTJttMUKH 4/ru, 1800.
A liberal cou rao at lowest coat.
Tho sohool building bfts boon onlargod
and tho teaohing corps inoroaaod to in? '
sure moat careful attention to every '
A lady teacher will Lave charge of the \
Tuition during tho public term abw
Disoipliue kiud but firm,
Parepte ure yr??d to '?we thoir ebil?
dion pr?sont at the opening.
Monthly reports will bo sent $o pa
For furthor information call on or ad-,
dross JAS. M. MOSS, Principal,
Walhalla, H. C.
August 8, 1800. ?1-S0
-Mr. John E. Dauer, of Charleston, ,
S, C, plano tuner and rnp?!ror of mu
sical instruments, ls at tho Walhalla
Hotel. Mr. Dauor will bo pleased to
tuno aud repair a few pianos for those
who can appreciate honest workmanship.
this Space for
Next Week's Ad.
Yours truly j
W. D. LESLY & CO
Values that Mean Something
V.re are making ovory effort to orowd plonty of businbss Into tho month of
August-want to mnko it a record month. We're backing our desire by prices
that havo tho right jinglo-stylos and qualities that wo fool aro most pleasing-tho
kind that really in il uenoo your buying.
"Wileri A?gf?i?fc Swings Along
Tho avorago doalor 'dots up" a little, but it's tho timo this storo makes oxtra
efforts-tho days when tho volumo of tho trade moans moro to us than margins.
Wo know that if wo koop your interest through tho mid summer months,
you'll remember us whoii tho autumn needs aro on-you'll naturally pin your faith
to tho storo that onoh and ovory month makes profitable buying for you; that
makos it to your financial interest to always como boro first.
These Can't Bo Bent :
Our Mocha and Java Parched Coffeo at 2b couts.
Our Itlo Parched Coffoo at 10 conte.
Our Groon Rios at 0, 10 and 12i couts.
Our Toas-Blaok and Groon-at 00 cents.
Our assortment of Fancy Craokors and Candies.
In Clothing, Pants, Overalls, Shirts, Hosiery, Domestics, .fco., &o.,
THE POPULAR PRICE STORE.
On Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords, Figured Lawn, Organdie,
Pique, Crash, Madras Cloth, Fans, Undervests, Lap Robes, &c.
Eighty cents cash buys what one dollar did a" short time
Straw and Crash Hats at almost any price.
Call and look. You need not buy if prices don't suit.
We want your trade and will try to please you.
Lowery, Byrd St Co.,
- SENECA, S. O.
I have a largo lino of Spring and Summer Dress Goods,
Lawns, Muslins, PorcaloB, White Dress Goods, and various
othor articles In tho Dry Goods and Notion Dopartmont
that I am determined to oloso out for ensh in tho next
... I MEAN BUSINESS . . .
So if you want Bargains, como at once, and yon will not bo disappointed.
I havo also a nico lino of Clothing, Shoos and othor Staplo Goods that I will
off or special inducements to closo out.
A good stock of Furniture cheaper than you can got it olsowhoro for oash.
West Union, S. CJ.
? Ei / slander
OFFICE IN STABLE, WALHALLA, S. C.
DO YOU THINK OF THIS ?
A Ladies' Glove or Pebble Grain Shoe,
worth $1.00, for 70 Cents.
Como and soo our now lino of Trunks.
.A Jfjl^.C?O TRUNK FOR #8.00.
A FEW ALPINE HATS LEFT, WORTH $1.25, TO GO AT ?8 CENTS.
Wo havo just recoived a largo lot of Chairs- -Hockers of ovory desorption.
A oomploto lino of Furnituro, such ns Bedroom Suits, Bedsteads, Tables,
11 hires us, Washstands, ?fee.
COFFINS TRIMMED AT AIAi HOCUS.
J. & J. S. CARTER,
WESTMINSTER, S. C.