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By STECK, SI1ELOR & SCHRODER. WALHALLA, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, SEIT, 20, 1 OOI>. \ 96 acres of Land, 7 mil A. P. Holden place, near Ocon cultivation ; 40 acres in bottom: land ; 4 first-class houses in gi new houses. Would trade for land nc; G. ,W & J. E WALHAL MATTERS ABOUT RICHLAND. Bondy for thc Sunday School Con vention-Personals. Richland, Sept. 2 7.-Special: L. David Wyly, of Georgetown, Is spending a few days with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Wyly. Prof. W. E. Dendy, of Douglas vlile, Ga., spent Saturday night and Sunday with his homefolks here. Misses Amy and Fredda Hughs are visiting tn Plckens. They will return home Wednesday. Grover Davis was here yesterday. Miss Gerald Power, of Anderson, ls visiting Mrs. Lucy Burriss. Mrs. W. H. Hughs, who has been sick for some time, is much better, and was able to be at church yester day. Miss Pearle Ballenger is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. A. Knox, at M ay 68 \ Hie. Miss Emily Dendy lias returned ?rom a week's visit to the Misses Ballenger at Bickens. Frank Shirley, ol' Westminster, was here yesterday. Misses Annie McMahan and Pau line Hughs will loavo for Hork Hill Tuesday. Monroe McDonald left last week for Columbia, whore he will resume his studies at the University. Miss Geraldine Hughs is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed. Bowen, at Nor-? ris. Miss Ada Wyly went back lo Stuniphouse Mountain this morning to take charge of her school. Arthur Davis, of Greenville, was With his homefolks Sunday. The ?ung people ot the commu nity expect to have a "candy stretch ing" at the home of .). H. Dendy Wednesday night. Mrs. Herbert and Miss. Gary made very interesting lectures on temper ance at Hock Springs Sunday after noon. There was a good congrega tion out to hear them. Mrs. R. H. Stevenson has returned from a visit to her mother nt An derson. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Blackwell are on an extended visit to relatives in North Carolina. We are looking forward with great pleasure to the Sunday School Con volition, which is to be held at Richland church on the 7th of Octo ber. Delegates from the Richland Sunday school were elected on last Sunday. Everybody cordially Invit ed to come. Ex. Night on Bald Mountain. On a lonely night Alex. Benton, of Fort. Edward, N. Y., climbed Bald Mountain to tho homo of a neigh bor, tortured by asthma, bent on cur ing him with Dr. King's New Discov ery, that had cured himself of nsth ma. This wonderful medicine soon relieved and quickly cured his neigh bor. Later It cured his son's wife of a severo lung trouble. Millions believe it ls tho greatest throat and lung euro on earth. Coughs, colds, croup, hemorrhages and soro lungs nro surely cured by lt. Best for bay fover, grip and Whooping cough. 50c. and $1. Trial bottle, free. Guaran teed by all druggists. GOBI) DEPOSITS Ar*] POUND. Nugget? of the Velio Metal Found in North Carolina Stream. Charlotte, N. C., Sept. 24.-Placer deposits of gold, wltieh promise' rich returns, were discovered to-day in Catawba county, near Hickory, this State, on what ls known as the Abel sides Farm. Hearing rumors that gold was being dug up on tho place, Messrs. Campbell and Stroub, who recently purchased tho farm, made investigation, panning out tho gravel of a tiny stream, which traverses tho nlace. Twentj tiny nuggets of the pure metal were found In a short time. cs from Walhalla, know as thc ee Station; about 100 acres in s, 60 acres good, strong red up Dod condition ; 2 of them large irer town. . BAUKN1GHT, LA, S. C. SAYS THE CITY COURTS CAN'T Try Tigers-Judge Aldrich Heilders Far-ltcaching Decision. (Columbia State Special.) Anderson, Sept. 25.-An appeal case from the mayor's court, involv ing an important question of juris diction, wa? decided before Judge Aldrich la the sessions court to-day. The appeal was from a decision of the mayor Imposing a fine of 9100 or 30 days for selling whiskey. Ap pellant's counsel took thc position that the mayor's court had no Juris? diction to try a defendant charged with selling liquor In the same juris diction with the mngist't.te; that the mayor had only concurrent jurisdic tion wi*h the magistrate and that, as the statutes gave a magistrate no jurisdiction to try such cases the mayor was bound also by the same statutory limitation. The general statutes give the mayor ol" tho city the same powers as a magistrate, and it was argued by counsel for the defense that a city council could not extend hy ordinance the jurisdiction defined by tho Legislature. The decision of Judge Aldric h, in case lt is sustained by the Supreme Court, will be of the most far-reach ing cons?quence?, lt might seriously hamper the enforcement of thc> liquor law in every town and city in the Slate. All that the police depart ment of a city could do would lie to make arrests and have a wai.'ant is sued hy a magistrate. The magis trate would then, if upon a prelimi nary hearing the evidence warranted lt, send the case up to the sessions court for trial. The decision has attracted a great deal of interest here. The city will appeal to the Supreme Court, and a decision of that tribunal will be awaited with general Interest over the State. New Trial for Webb Simmons. Judge Aldrich to-day granted a new trial for Webb Simmons, the young white man under sentence for the murder of United States Deputy McAdams last February. Simmons was sentenced by Judge Shlpp In May to hang July 23. The grounds on which a now trial was granted was an atlidavit of J. il. Hardin, a wcdl known young farmer, to the effect that P. E. Norris, a member of the jury, told him that Simmons should hang, and that If he, Norris, was drawn on the jury he would hang Simmons. In granting the new trial Judge Aldrich recommended to Solicitor Bonham that a warrant be Issued for the arrest of Norris, charging dm With perjury, and that Mr. Bagnall, attorney for Simmons, be made a witness to p?'ove the charge. Norris emphatically denies the charge. A Sprained-Ankle. As usually treated a sprained an kle will disable the injured person for a month or more, but by apply ing Chamberlain's Liniment and ob serving thc directions with each bot tle faithfully, a euro maty, in most cases, be effected In less than one week's Hmo. This liniment lc a most remarkable preparation! try It for ? sprain or a brulso, or when mid up with chronic muscular rheumatism, and you aro certain to be delighted with tho prompt relief which lt af fords. For salo by Dr. J. W. Bell, Walhalla; W. J. Lunney, Seneca. (J. W. Murray Caught. Sumter officials have been not I tied of the capture In Chicago of George W. Murray, tho negro ex-Congress man of this State, who ls wanted In Sumter In connection with land frauds. Ile was tried and convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary for live years, and then fled the Stn'.e while he was out on bond pending an appeal of his case to the State Supreme Court. NEWS I KO.M WESTMINSTER. Interesting !,<.< tin vs-G.I Foot Hull Gnuie-- Personal items. Westminster, Sept. 28.-Special: | Miss Annie McMahan, of Htchlnnd, visited Miss Daisy Foster last week and attended the foot ball game. Miss Maude Simpson left last week for Columhln to enter the Senior Class ot the College for Women. Attention ls directed to the adver tisement Of H. Callaway & Co., pub lished elsewhere in this issue. This popular linn will have their fall opening on October 1 and 2-Friday and Saturday of this week. Every body ls invited to call ai their parlors and see the "beautiful line they have. Mr. and Mrs. B. It. Moss and son, Seaborn, of Walhalla, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Haley Saturday. Noel Provost, secretary of the Y. M. C. A., at Clemson College, was here Frida?. "Our Ow ?" perfect Utting and warranted not to rip. "Label ol' the best knee pants on earth," at Tan nery's. A. B. Taylor, of Greenville, was in town on professional business last week. Miss Nellie Hickson visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sloan Dickson, recently. Miss Louise Sheldon, of Fair Play, spent the week-end with Miss Sarah , Anderson. , Dean Davis, of Bounty Land, was In town Friday. Mrs. E. S. Herbert and Miss Em- , ily Gary, who are traveling in our , State for the temperance cause, or ( prohibition, visited our town last week, and we were delighted to have them in our midst. Miss Gary ren dered to a large audience in the , Methodist church a most interesting lecture mi temperance Sunday even- , lng. Sh" seems to be "a natural born statesman" and she aroused the ? animation of many young people as well as older ones. On Monday morning she orgnnlzed, in our school building, a Band of Christian Hope, which Included children of all de- , nominations. She is a very enthusi- j astlc worker. Eighty-eight joined at | the first meeting, mid we hope muy others will unite with us soon. W. C. Taylor was elected president; Mr. Singleton, superintendent; M. E. I , 'Brockman and Miss Eva Martin, vice presidents: Mrs. M. E. Brockman, recording secretary; Miss Gussie i Harper, corresponding secretary; Miss Lilla Martin, treasurer. It ls left with each member to decide If it shall be a success or failure. We . want this "Band of Christian Hope" | to be the means of doing untold good for tile temper--ice cause in our town. We all KUOW t'?at whiskey i; a deadly poison to the "Holy Temple ol' Ours" that God has, given us. Cheaper than usual wholesale ? pibe genuine Marseilles quilts, $ 1,50 at Tannery's. Miss Daisy Foster left Tor Win throp College Tuesday. The college I opens two weeks later than usual on '. account of the new dormitory not being ready for occupancy. Mrs. .1. s. Steffen has with her for several weeks her two beautiful daughters, Mrs. A. R. Watson, of At lanta, and Mrs. J. X. McNeill, of Ala bama. Rev. 1. E. McDavjd. of Royston, Ga., preached a forceful sermon at the Presbyterian church Sunday < vening. On Sunday morning the anniver sary of our Presbyterian Sunday school was celebrated during the Sunday school hour. Rev. M. E. Pea body continued these services In hi? sermon on "Preach the Word." Much benefit was derived from his logical dlscou rsc. Special: Ono case big si/e, big value bed quilts; 96c. at Tannery's. Misses Augusta Harper and Au gusta Smithson visited Miss Ella Harper at Walhalla recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Carter have returned from an extended Visit to New York Philadelphia and Balti more. Miss Ada Marett gave; a pretty tea to v f"w of her friends Monday even ing. .1. H. Sheldon, of Fair Play, was In town this week. Hon. E. E. Veiner, of Richland, was in town Friday. The foot ball teams enjoyed an oyster supper at the hotel Frida) evening. Walhalla made ami Colonial hose, for men, women and children, at Tannery's. Westminster's first game of fool ball was line! The High School boys met the town boys, and valiantly did each team strive for the other's goal. Although the town team excelled tn weight, they had tough material to come against and had io struggle to finally win I ."> points-1 more than the High School succeeded in secur ing. Frank Shirley ls mnnager and coach of th<* town team and Prof. W. C. Taylor of the High School team. Noell Provost, of Clemson, was ref eree for the game and Prof M. E. Brockman umpire. T. P. Anderson was time keeper and Nelson Bell and William MeJunkin linemen. The band furnished splendid music. The crowd enjoyed the game and cheered enthusiastically. Reverence and love for parents Js to be commended. The children of Mrs. Charlie Mayes surprised her re- i cently on her birthday with an al fresco dinner. After dinner Rev. .1. R. Moore, Mrs. Hayes' pastor, gave a very appropriate talk on the sub- I CONNEROSS ANO VICINITY. Rains Damage Crops-A Correction. Local Happening". Conneross. Sept. 26.-Special: Rev. W. NV. Stow, o? Toccoa. will preach at Conneross Ha pt 1st church on the second Sunday night In Octor ber at 7.80 o'clock. Members and visitors will be heartily welcomed at these services. The following persons-A. N. Prichard, W. H. Butler. Misses Sal tia Abbott and Rena Hunsinger were elected by the Sunday school here to g? ns delegates to the In terdenominational convention, which will be held with the Richland Pres byterian church on October 7th. Owing to the shortness of the days we have changed our Sunday school hour from :..:<<) o'clock to :? p. m. Please allow me to correct a mls tpke that was made in ?he last week's Conneross baals, either by thc correspondent or the editor. In stead ol' Mrs. S. M. Hunsinger being chosen as one of our deacons it was s. M. Hunnlcutt. Miss Rena Hunslnger, who has been conducting the school at Chan ga, closed her school Friday, after teaching a very successful term. Miss Rena was well pleased with the Interest manifested by tho patrons In all her efforts for thc advancement of the bright boys and girls in her charge. The trustees were also ever ready to encourage and support all measures and deserve much commen dation. This was the second term she had taught at Chauga, and the children became very much devoted to her. It was a matter of congrat ulation that she was re-elected. W. O. Alexander, Sr., made a combined business and pleasure trip to Toccoa and other points in Geor gia last Monday and Tuesday. Miss Vesta Marett, of Walhalla, spent several days of last week here with her sister, Mrs. Selma Barker, returning to her home Thursday. We had some very heavy rains last Wednesday. Streams all over the community are reported to have been badly swollen and several bridges were moved. Crops on hot ton land, lu a number of places, were badly Injured. Thc rains In terfered with the farmers very much In getting their crops gathered, but we have no ground for complaint. J. D. and Roney Abbott spent yes terday in Westminster. About forty ol' the neighbors and friends ol' S. .1. Barker gathered at his home here Monday night and picked his pindars off the vines. Af ter all of the work was done and everybody had eaten pindars lill their apetites were satisfied, several innocent gaines were played, and about 1 1 o'clock everybody left for their homes. Mr. ano Mrs. A. X. Pilchard were recent guests of the former's sister, .Mrs. Calhoun Hoggs, of Clearmont. The little Misses Julian, of Clear mont, spent last Wednesday and Thursday with their cousin. Miss Za die Abbott, here. Mrs. Enoch Breazeale returned to her home 1?re last Wednesday, af ter spending ten days with her son, K. D. Breazeale, and family, in Cor delo, Ga. She reports a pleasant visit. She was accompanied home by Mr. Breazeale and his bright lit tle son, IO. T., who have been visiting relatives here and In Westminster. We have changed the regular hour for our prayer meeting on Saturday nights from 8 o'clock to 7..to, and aiso will have a prayer meeting on next Sunday night, instead of Satur day, on account of an oyster supper, which is to be given by. the Conne ross Farmers' Union on next Satur day night. The lesson for our next meeting will be the 8th chapter of .Matthew. Miss Ruth Hunnlcutt, formerly of New Hope, but who ls now a popular saleslady at Newry, was 'he guest of her brother, ?. M. Hunnlcutt, the past week-end. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Barker left last Thursday for Walhalla, whore they will spend several days with lhe family of Mr. and Mrs. 10. P. Marett, after which Mr. Barker will go to ('entrai, where he has accepted a po sition with the Morgan Mercantile Co. Mrs. Barker will remain in Walhalla for several months. Ject of "The Heavenly Home." The following children were present: Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ertzberger, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Coe. Relatives from a dist ance: Mrs. M. .1. O'Neal and two children, Pendleton; Mrs. R. A. Hayes, Anderson; Lester Daltoil, Norman Dalton, Panama Canal; Mr. and .Mrs. James Beardcn, Oak way. At the Baptist church last evening Miss Emma Gary, a returned mis sionary of China, of ?he Methodist (burch, gave a most Instructive lec ture on China, the great, peaceful nation. Miss Gary's lecture showod careful study of Chinese life and history of our queer neighbors across the sea. Plenty of Mngis black school Ink, tablets, pens, etc., now at Tannery's. Rev. I. E. McDavld, of Royston, Ga., who is pastor at South Union, preached a very thoughtful sermon cl the Presbyterian church last Sun day evening, the text being "No mon careth for my soul." When one thinks of tho great number of foreigners who come to our shores and tho In adequate numbor of missionaries to train this vast horde, it is appalling. LOCAL MATTHUS ABOUT SENECA Sol??ol Board Takes Good Step--Re ligious Census-Personals. Seneca, Sept. 28.-Special: The, meeting at the Presbyterian church It attracting the attention of our church-goers this week, and the con gregations are large at tho night ser vice. All denominations are taking part, and the spirit of fraternal rela tions is evidenced by the interest shown. Ur. Ceorgo Robertson, of North Carolina, ls doing the preach ing? He Is a strong, forceful preach? er and has made a favorable Impres sion on our people. There aro two services dally-at 10 a. m. and 8 p. m. The meeting will continuo through next Sunday. Quite a number of Seneca people attended the foot ball game between Clemson and Cordon yesterday at Clemson. The game was a walk-over for Clemson, the score being 2 0 to 0. Wales Lowery spent last Sunday with his homefolks. He had with bim his friend, Mr. Jones, who is also a Clemson student. Mrs. Robert Robinson, of Ander son, is visiting Mrs. J. W. Strlhllng, Mr. Robinson spending the past week-end here. Miss Mat Schelffley, who has been visiting Mrs. Ruskin Anderson, has returned to her home In Orangeburg. Mrs. II. Y. .'mith and Miss Fannie Harbin have formed a millinery firm and opened business in the rear of the Bee Hive. Mrs. Smith ls man ager, and Miss Harbin triming- , the latter being well known to our. peo ple. We bespeak a liberal share of patronage from the hat-huylng public Miss Bertrund Perritt returns to day to Rock HUI, where she re sumes her studies in Winthrop. She is accompanied by the Walhalla del egation of Winthrop students. The friends of Mrs. H. J. Glgnll Uat and daughter, MIBS Lois, were pleased to have them lu Seneca re cently. They go this week to Wash ington where Miss Lois will enter the school of kindergarten, prepara tory to teaching. The many friends of Dr. and Mrs. D. P. Thomson sympathize deeply with them in the death of their in fant son, which occurred late this afternoon. The continued cold weather is dis turbing the peace of mind of farm ers in our vicinity. A killing frost would result disastrously to their Interests, and the Indications for an early fall seem unprecedented, ac cording to the say-so of our oldest citizens. .Our milliners are in ship-shape for their fall openings, which are set for the 1st and 2d ol* October. .Mer chants are also opening up fall goods, and their windows show in teresting displays of handsome dress goods, clothing and novelties. Miss Lillie Ma) Russell, of Pros perity, is visiting her friend, Miss Maude Hopkins. Miss Russell has many friends in Seneca who are most pleased to see her again. J. A. Brock has on display In his show window the cut-glass bowl which he offers as a prize at the coming Flower Show. Chrysanthe mum growers are redoubling their efforts, and competition will be strong for this and other handsome prizes which are offered hy our busi ness men. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Holleman will be glad to learn that the latter is convalescent from a long Illness and will be able to return to her home here soon. Mrs. E. C. Vernor has returned to Seneca, after an absence of some weeks to the.country. Tom Brown, of Birmingham, has been a recent visitor to the family of S. D. Cherry. Miss Lillian Caldwell ls visiting friends in Hartwell. Col. and Mrs. A. w. Thompson have returned from their wedding journey and aro at home to their friends at their residence here. At a recent meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church lt was decided to hold a ba zaar in the near future. The time will possibly be set for December If?, or a date approaching the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Nimmons have rented the Harper cottage on Fair Play street and will begin house keeping tile 15th of October. Mrs. J. K. Livingston and children have been in Seneca the past week. Work on the depot is progressing, and it will not be long before Sen eca will have a building of which she can be justly proud. Modern conveniences will mark the dec ided Improvement, which has been a cry ing need for years by the I raveling public. lt is t-aid that Seneca ls ono of three Southern cities which have ad opted the modern plan of having tho eyes, ears and throats of the graded sc hool ohlldr?n examined by a spe cialist. This was done last week, and is a stop in keeping with th*3 progressiveness of our town. Tho plan and its purpose Is obvious, and details are, therefore; uni.ecessary. We heartily commend tho action of the board of trustees lu Us success ful inauguration. On Wednesday afternoon from 4 to 5 o'clock tho committees appoint ed Inst Sabbath for the purpose of taking tho religious census of tho town will visit all the homes In Sen eca, and lt has been requested that ono of the head? of fnmllles be at home during thnt hour to glvo the committee the desired information. THU NEWS FROM BOUNTY LAND. Thc Sunshiners' Box Tarty-Local Mid Persona) News Items. Bounty Land. Sept. '27.-Special: Cotton picking ha? begun tn earn est, and almost bait the crop is open. Mrs. Mary Kennell will leave to morrow for a visit to relatives in Anderson and Belier. Miss lone Bwayngbnme ls quito Indisposed this morning, and her parents fear a case of pneumonia. Misses Bertrand Perritt, Annie Mc.Mahan and Pauline 1 inglis loavo thia week for Winthrop, the two for mer to resume their college course and the latter as a matriculate. After an Illness of only ono week, of typhoid fever, little .lames. Har old Cartel? died on Tuesday, Septem ber 21. Little Harold was a, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Cartee and wau one year, !) mouths and 14 days old. His remains were Interred on Wed nesday, the 22d, nt Hopewell ceme tery. Kev. C. S. Blackburn conduct ed funeral services. Rev. Wilburn Abbott will preach at Bounty Land school house on tho second Sunday In October at ?I p. m. Never In the history of Bounty Land has the sun shone more bright ly at night than lt did last Friday night, when quito a number of tho young people of the community mot at the school house and enjoyed a box supper. liven Lady Moon re vealed her smiling face;-no, they say lt ls a man's face we behold when we look nt the moon. But ho that as it may, the light of Lady Moon's fair countenance ls not ob scured by the presence of that face, and we feel sure that the rays ot' our little society would have been more bright and far-reaching by the presence of a few more mascu line faces Friday night, although tho young men who were there reflected credit to themselves, some buying a number of boxes. A neat little sum was realized, which will be used in Sunshine work. After the boxos had been emptied of their delicacies, which were enjoyed to the utmost, lively games were played until 10.30 o'clock, when all departed for their respective homes. Misses Carrie Smith, Julia and Myrt Davis visited at the home of W. R. Davis last Friday night. We are glad to report tho rapid Improvement of M. T. Hughs, who has been suffering with a broken limb. Ile thinks he can be up in a few days. The lecture by Mrs. Herbert, of Orangeburg, and address by Miss Gary, Of Atlanta, at Hock Springs v !:?".? b yesterday afternoon, were quite int? resting and Instructive and greatly enjoyed by a large congre gation. '' ' lectures were on pro hibition, ..nd statistics on the expen diture Of mouej in our country for whiskey, tobacco, etc., were given, in striking contrast to tho amount, spent for actual necessities. No doubt much good will result from tho meeting. Mr. and Mrs. ('harlen Ga m broil have moved to lOasley. Wo hope that success will follow this youthful cou ple to their new home, ..D's. Martha Hall and daughter, Miss Ida, left this morning for Westminster to be guests of T. N. and J. B. Hall. Mrs. Hall will ?e inaln several days with her sons. Mr. and Mrs. .Lisper Doyle attend ed services lu Walhalla yesterday. D. A. Perrltt left last Monday for Iva, where he will be engaged for some time buying cotton. Miss Peart Ballenger ls on an ex tended visit to her sister, Mrs. J. A. Knox, at Mayesvllle. Morris and lOdgar Shanklln visited at Westminster Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Thompson, of Seneca, have returned from a pleas ant trip to Atlanta and were in our community Friday. Miss Geraldine Hughs ls with her sister, Mrs. W. E. Bowen, of Norris. E. M. D. Why ? From a small beginning 'ho salo and use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has extended to all parts of tho United States and to many for eign countries. Why? Because it bas proved especially valuablo for coughs and colds. For sale by Dr. J. w. Bell, Walhalla; W. J. Lunney, Seneca. Meeting County Farmers' Union. The Oconee County I ". < lers* Un ion ls hereby called to meet. In. reg ular quarterly meeting al ?onnerosa school house, with Conneross Local, No. 16, on Friday. October 8th, 1900, at io a. m. A full delegation Is requested from each local. There will be business of Importance brought before the body. Officers for the coming year will be elected; al so rules governing tho wheat and oat contest will be formulated. Turn out, brethren, and let ns make tho wheat and oat contest lively. J. Wade Dickson, President. J. W. Alexander, Secretary. Go With a Rnsft. Tho demand for that wonderful stomach, liver and kldnoy cure. Dr. King's New Llfi Pills-ls astound ing. All druggists say they never fall to cure sour stomach, constipa tion, indigestion, biliousness, jaun dice, sick headache, chills and mala ria. Only 25c. Sold by all drug gists.