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TO BUY YOUH OATS,
|Taaxl atti* larrawi
-Bond W. J. Lunnoy's advortisomont.
-Schumacher quotes pi-lcos. Road
-II. 0. Beattio, Roooiver of tho Bluo
Ridgo Railway, was in town last wook.
-To-day is tho anniversary of tho
death of John Wosloy. Ho diod in 1101..
-Sunday noxt will ho tho anniversary
of tho Boston massaoro, which ocourrod
-Saturday will ho tho anniversary of
tho battlo of Morrisania, N". Y., fought
-Mrs. Dr. J. W. Bowen roturnod to
hov homo in Mount Pleasant yostorday
-Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mnson, of Toccoa,
Gm, woro in Walhalla fora fow hours on
-Mr. J. C. Lnugston, wife and child
aro visiting relatives in Clayton, Ga.,
-Mr. Joseph Hopkins, of Seneca, is
clerking in Mr. L. C. Craig's storo at
-Yesterday was tho anniversary of
tho adoption of tho artiolos of Confede
ration in 1781.
-Hurry tho preparation of tho land
for corn planting, which should begin
the inst of tlds month.
-Mr. C. J. Thompson,of Cordolo, Ga.,
is on a visit to his father? Col. Robt. A.
Thompson, and family.
-Misses Kati: Stribling and Stolhi Fin*
cannon, of Seneca, visited their friend,
Miss Fannie Crisp, last week.
-Miss Suo Dendy loft lust Tuosday
moi niug for Groonvillo, whoro abo will
visit hot sistor, Mrs. L. L, Hair.
-Mr. John A. Bischoff, of tho Ebe
nezer section, is a happy father of a 11
pound girl, born on tho 28th ultimo.
-Rov. I). W. Iliott will proaeh at
Cross Roads Baptist church noxt Sunday,
March nth, at ll A. M. Everybody in
-Go to Claude Littlo iS.Co., Westmins
ter, S. C., for your dry goods, shoes,
hats, groceries, Ac. They will savo you
-Mrs. Goo. Seaborn, of Atlanta, Ga.,
is visiting hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Holleman, and othor relatives in Wal
halla this weok.
-Read tho now advertisement of T. E.
Alexander. His fertiliz?la aro hotter
and ohoapor than ovor boforc. Don't
fail to R.C0 him before yon buy.
-Just, received a car lo.ul of throo and
four-year-old mules for salo. They will
grow you money every day, Como quick !
A. w. THOMPSON, Seneca, s. C.
-Hoad tho now advortisomont of
Lowery, Byrd & Co., of Soneca, in this
week's issue. They lay before tho public
soino vnluablo facts to consider.
-Mrs. T. Walter Thompson, of Co
lumbia, is on a visit to her mother, Mrs.
R. Horndon, in Midway. Sho is accom
panied hy ber littlo son, Horndon.
-Go to seo J. ?v. J. S. Carter, Westmin
ster. Thoy havo a lot of mules and
horses for Balo and it will pay you to soo
thom if you want to buy.
-Tho palmetto troo must como oft"
from tho dispensary whiskey bottles.
That sacred emblem of a proud Stato is
no longor to bo trailed in tho dust.
-The correspondents of THKCouiitRR,
throughout the county, havo not sent in
much matter this weok. Tho mombers
of,our family should bestir tliomsolvos.
-Deputy Marshal W. B. P. Corbin bas
purchased the Morgan farm, near Wal
halla, from Mr. Boone ll. Moss. Mr.
Corbin will mako this his future homo.
-Don't fail to read tho advert! som ont
of J. Ar J. S. Carter. They koop an up
to-date stock of goods, and aro docor
mincd, by their low prices, to lot them
-Miss Gertrude T. Smith is assisting
Prof. J. M. Moss in teaching. She on
toredupon her duties last Monday morn -
ing nftteaohor of tho primary department.
- A iv Irluliinon onirl thiit "g?'ij? V.'?IS
that complaint that kept you very sick
six weeks af tor you got well." Perhaps
you will agreo with him after you try it.
-Health for ton cents. Cascareis
make tho bowels and kidneys act natur
ally, destroy microbes, euro headache,
biliousness and constipation. All drug
-Tho Wizard Oil Company loft Wal
halla last Sunday morning for Green
wood, whore they aro showing this week.
This is a good company and tho show is
-Bo sure to tako your prod nco to J.
*& J. S. Carter, Westminster. Thoy will
pay you fhn highest market prico, and
sell you goods at cash prices. How ?loes
this suit you?
-Tho foreman of tho Couti Kit chanced
to meet Mr. John A. Ansel on tho streets
of Charleston this week and found him
wearing one broad and perpetual smile.
It is a girl.
- Hov. J. I). McCullough will conduct
divine services at Novillo'?school house
on the first Sunday in eacli month at .!
o'clock I'. M., beginning with noxt Sun
day, March 5th.
-Just received a car load of three and
four-year-old mules for sale. They will
grow you money every day. (mme(puck 1
A. W. THOMI'SON, .Seneca, S. C.
-Bead M. W. Coleman iv. Co.'s now
advertisement. Their now spring goods
aro arriving daily. They uro dealing
extensively in fertilizers, plows, otc.
Give them a call.
-Tho city authorities aro laying a
terra eotta drain from tho pond on tho
Northeast corner of College and Main
Streets. This work is tho "right thing,"
ns it has been badly needed for some
-Tho .Secretary of Stat* has alum! two
hiindnsd commissions to offices, which
ho viii sond out ns soon as thoy are
s'/iied by Governor Ellerhe, who, on ac
count of bis physical condition, is not
nllowod to do much work caoh day.
-M?BB Rosa Norman loft last Saturday
for Atlanta, Ga.y to attend tim spring
millinery openings. Wbilo In tho "tinte
City" sho will purchnso a spring ?took
of tho latest styles of hoad-gonr for Mrs.
E. M. Cudwoith's millinery otnporiuin at
? Vv ? r*. $
??Mm?^m ? i 1
MEAL and HULLS
0. G JAYNES,
-Next Monday is salosd ty.
-Ooouoo oounty farra wantod. Soo
-T-R. T. Jayues, Esq., was in Gaines
ville, Ga,,'on professional business this
-Mr. Wm. J. Novllle, Jr., roturnod
Inst ovouing from a business trip to At
-Mr. Will MoGoo, of Honoa Path, WOR
in town Wednesday. Ho represents tho
Columbia Oil Mill.
-Road'C. M. Niold*? now advortiso
mout. Ho has just roooivod a now
stock of spring goods. Give him a call.
-Mr. Sloan MoKoo loft this morning
for Columbia. He has soourod a posi
tion in ono of tho cotton mills of that
-Wo aro ploasod to annouueo that
Mrs. W. W. Moss is thought to be im
proving. It is hopod that sho may ulti
-If tho ladios want to know how to
look uoat road tho now advortisomont of
tho C. W. Pitchford Co. Thoy toll you
about tho different grades of corsots.
-Mr. E. C. Mnrott, of Fair Play, paid
our rianotum a pleasant visit this (Thurs
day) morning. Mr. Marett is ono of
Oconoo's host merchants. Ho oonduots
a prosperous business at Fair Play.
-Tho rc8idonco of Mrs. T. A. Norton
has undorgono oxtousivo romodolling and
repairing. Tho work has boon done by
Mr. W. JJ. Harbor and tho building is
much improved, both within and with
-Mr. W. P. Nash has opened a racket
store in tho Walhalla Hotel building, and
is displaying a nico lino of goods. Ho is
a now recruit to Walhalla's mercantile
brigade, and wo bespeak for him a liberal
share of tho public patronage
-Mr. John Powoll arrived in Walhalla
Wednesday ovouing. Ho lias just re
turned from Cuba, whoro ho Borvod as a
inombor of tho United States Hospital
Corps. Ho has boon honorably dis
-Mrs. Rebocen Leopold, a well known
lady living in Midway, has boon oxtromo
ly ill and is still in a very low stato of
health. Wo hopo soon to hoar of her
convaloBonco and ultimnto restoration to
her usual health.
-Tho Greenville Mountaineer says:
"Mr. K. O. Wright, who has, for sovoral
months conducted a grocory store at 221
North Main Btrcot, has sold out his
fltook to Trowbridge & Co. and will ro
turo to Walhalla." Hi? many fri?nos
will wolcomo him on his return.
-It is reported from Washington that
R. R. Tolbert is thora at work to have
tho South's representation in Congress
cut down. Tho effort is to havo ropro
sontation bottomed on tho ' registration
of votors, instead of tho population as
shown by census enumeration.
-Tho Couuty Board of Pensions mot
in tho Court House yesterday (Wednes
day). No business of importance was
transacted, except tho organization of
tho County Board, A groat many of the
battle-scarred votcrans from difforont
parts of tho county woro prosont.
-Mrs. S. Blockloy loft Anderson last
Tuesday for Washington, D. C., to at
tend tho Congress o? tho Daughters of
tho Amorioan Revolution, to which sho
goes as a dolegato from Catccchco Chap
tor of tho Daughtors of that city. Sho
will be absent probably until April.
-Williamsburg County Record: "Mrs.
J. M. Pendorgrass and her daughter,
Mrs. FI, E. Schrodor, of Walhalla, aro
visiting Mrs. Louis Stackloy, on Acadomy
street. Mrfi. Pendorgrass and Mrs.
Schroder aro well-known in this county
and thoir old friends aro giving thom a
-Wo aro requested by tho County
Commissioners to nsk all parties from
tho lower part of tho county and tho
Fork township of Anderson county, who
haul their guano from Wostminstor, ns
they como this spring, to bring with
thom, to tho Brown Hill, a load of rock,
granite or stone, as they come, fer Gaol.
load of guano. By BO doing you will got
a road over which you can haul a load in
any kind of weather, as tho conviots aro
there now, ready to put in tho rock.
-? ?- -.
llliiclminilli timi ltcunir Mhop.
Mr. J. 1). Vernor ir, having erected on
tho Northeast ccrnef of Cathorino and
South Broad street a neat and commodi
ous blacksmith and repair shoji. Mr.
J, E. Smith will bo in chargoof this placo
of business when tho building is com
pleted ?md tho tools aro placed.
Auditor'). OOlco Now OjMtii foi- lt uni iirmi.
Mr. J, P. Kcoso received his commis
sion as County Auditor Wednesday, and
now has his office opon for business. Ho
is engaged in taking tax rolurns. On
account of tho vacancy in tho oflico tho
time han been extended by Mr. ICoeao for
taking rel urns until tho drat day of
April, bot all porsons who have not. yet
mndo returns take duo notice and govorn
A New <!olor?i1 ltfiniiat <Tl.nr. h.
Samuol Frasier Maxwoll, a successful
colorod farmer, who lives on his farm
about three miles West of Walhalla, is
deserving of a great deal of credit. Ho
has just complotod a neat and comforta
ble church building on his farm which
he has named Mt. Cammi (liaptist). Tho
ohuroh was dedicated sovoral weeks ago.
hov. Pom poy Keels preached tho sermon.
Tho congregation has called Rov. John
Smith as regular pastor. How many of
our whito citizens, of any denomination,
can say that they have orocted by thoir
own means and labor, and upon their
own lands, a building which has been
dedicated to a like purpose ?
Itomombor, wogivo you throe to
four times moro ficcd-and bor
ter-than you got in packagoi.
Wo aro headquarters for Drugs,
Seeds, China, Lamps, Agato, Gran
ite, Kimmel, Galvanized and Tin
ware, Wall Papor, Baskots,
Brooms, stoves, Chairs and othor
Ncsoni, of donison Collego, will li? at
Wamali* Saturday, Ttfarou lith. ?Proal*
dont Hartzog will ruako au. adt?rcss nt li
a. m. Dr. NoBom, . votor?nariau, will
troat animais for an hour and a half and
will looturo in tho af tornoon. In ordor
that thoro may ho no ooufllot thoko d?sir
lug to havo there eniuials treatod will
coufor with J. ll. Barlo, at Walhall?, be?
foro tho day montionod. Only a limited
number can bo treated. Tho olinio will
bo of groat interest to ovory farmer. Auy
kind of domostlo animal will bo treated
frOO 0? O'jWgO;
Tho followiug is a list of lotter? un
called for in Walhalla pOBt ottloo for tho
month ending February 28th :
Miss Lizzlo Ohook, ailsa Rosie Bragg,
-Miss Joutitt Bryson, Miss li. 0. Luster,
Mrs. Amanda Frady, Airs. N. J. King,
Mrs. Sarah L. King, Mrs. Bottle Oakley,
Mrs. Mattie Knox, Mrs. Andrew Mossor,
Mrs. John Steno, Turnor Prloo, Nathan
iel Elenburg, W. F. Burroll, J. O. Adams,
W. IL Cantriol, Charles Boyd, H. A.
Halli wanger, S. II. 'Hulmau, Charlie j
Loahay, Blohard McCood, W. E. Frathor,
Chas. Johucou, Crate Honoy, Z. P. Kirk-1
by, J. C. Phillips, E8q., Sam Koid, J. T.
Wokiug, Hov. W. IL Whitaker, Ilonry]
' Poroons calling foi any of tho ab ovo j
loiters will ploRBO say that thoy aro ad
vorti8od. J. M. MRimiCK, F. M.
Iftenth of lion. P. ll. Hodge?.
Hon. F. B. Hodges, ono of tho oldest I
and most iniluoutial oltlzoiiB of Hnrt
woll, Georgia, diod at his homo iu that
oity lost Friday aftornoon at 4 o'olook, f
af i er au illness of several months. Col.
Hodges (says a Hartwell spoeial to tho I
Atlanta Constitution) was a lavryur by
profession, and bia marked ability and
liigh moral eharactor gained for him tho
conildonco of his pooplo and a lucrativo
practico, which ho enjoyed until a fow
yoars ago, when declining hoalth neces
sitated his retiring from tito praotico of
law. Since ho has given his undivided
attention to his largo farmiug interests.
Col. Hodges represented tho thirty-first I
.Senatorial district in tho Gonoral Assom-1
bly of ?S?S-W, alBO of 181)0-01. North;
west Georgia has lost ono of Its noblost
roprosontotivoB. [Sovoral rolativoB of
Mm deceased resido in tliis county, all of
whom havo tho sympathies of many
friends in their bereavement.J
-*# ? -
llnptint Church nt Hon?.
Mr. Wt C. Itoohostor has succeeded lu
moving tho Walhalla Baptist ohuroh
building from its'formor sito to tho lot |
on Main strcot, recently purohnscd from
tho Kaufmann OBtato. Notwithstanding I
tho protracted inclomont woathor, tho I
work was prosecuted with vigor whon
ovor tho dayB woro suitablo, and tho
house was placed last Friday. Tho ro
moval was accomplished without tho
slightest injury and it stands Bccnro on
tho new foundation. Tho plans woro
admirably concoivod by Messrs. W. C.
Rochester and Otto Kaufmann, who|
took tire contraot, but, owing to pro
tracted siokncfls, Mr. Kaufmann has not I
boon aldo to givo his attention to tho
work for two mont le,, consequently Mr.
Itochostor liaB had immodiato porsonal
supervision of it. Considerable ropair
ing and romodollng will bo dono, and
tho edifico will bo turned over to our I
Baptist brothron at an early day as a
neat and commodious IIOUBO of worship.
Ilucklon's Arnica Salve.
Tho host Balvo in tlio world for outs, I
bi uii.es, norse, ulcors, salt rhoum, fovor
soros, tel tel, chapped hands, ehilblains, I
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively euros piles, or no pay required. It|
is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction,
or monoy refunded. Frico 25 couts nor
box. For salo by 1). B. Darby, Walhalla; ]
W. J. Lunnoy Sonooa, and H. B. Zim
Tuo.vi.oo, February 27.-M?SSOB Codie]
and Minnio Moss woro visiting tlioir sis
tor, Hrs. S. B. Marett, last week.
Mrs. J. H. Clark is vory ill at this writ
ing. Hopo she wi), soon bo woll.
Whilo hauling rock last Friday aftor
noon Hov. R. W. Nelson had tho misfor
tune of gotling his. foot mashed by a rock
falling off tho wagon.
Mr. W. H. Sholdon and daughtor, Miss
Maggie, visited in Lavonin, Ca., last
wook. Hope tliey had a pleasant visit.
Mr. David McGuire visited down boro
again Sunday. Wo will just put il in lo j
fill up spaco, as it is nothing unusual.
Mrs. J, B. Mc.lunkiu has been on tho
sick list for tho last few days.
MisBOB Estella Crawford and /nella
Malono visited Mrs. E. F. Harris from
Saturday until Monday. Thoy had tho
ploasuro of attending a wodding whilo
thoro. Tho waiters came first; thou
carno tiio brido ano groom, both dressod
vory beautifully. Thoy thou roturned
to Anderson, whoro they will make thoir
Mr. William Adams and Miss Fannie
Loo Clnrko woro visiting friends from
Saturday until Monday.
Wonder who it was that had tho tooth
ache and filled it np with lovo, and made
bin jaw swell and want to stay over boro.
Guess somebody would boglad ho would.
Wonder who it was that got thoir arm
"squeo/.od" so tight, too. Of.RUK.
como with good hoalth. It is easily aeon
when a woman has perfect health, bc..'
faco and figuro show it. Tho painful
disordors and diseases that alllict woman
kind make tllOlllSolVOS seen as well as
folt. Dull eyes, blotched or sallow faco,'
and a wasted form, follow thom. This
is tho timo to turn t?* tho right romcdy.
Dr. Piorco's Favorito Proscription builds
up and strengthens the system, and regu
lates and promotes every propor func
tion. It's a quieting, soothing nervine.
It corrects and euros, safely and surely,
all I luise delicate derangements, woak
II0880S, irregularities and diseases pecu
liar to tho sox, For young girls just ontor
ing womanhood; woman at tho critical
"change of lifo"; and ovory woman who
is "run-down" or over-worked, it's some
thing to rci?iambor that thoro'H a medi
cino that will hel]> you.
About 100 armed mon from Phoenix,
rodo into Gruonwood last Thursday night
looking for ono of tho Tolherts, whom
thoy hoard was in town. Thoy woro not
masked, neither woro t 'oy noisy, but
thoy said they bad suffered onougb from
tho Tolborts, and did not propose that
they should again llvoln that community.
Kx-Sonator Gaines scorned to bo in com
mand. It was certainly ? very riotous
and unlawful proceeding and tho mon
who engaged in it were law breakers.
Hov. E. Edwards, pastor of tho Eng
lish Haptist church at Minorsville, Pa.,
when suffering with rheumatism, was
advised to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
Ho says: "A few applications of this
liniment proved of groat sorvieo to mo.
It subdued tho inflammation and ro
lloved tho pain. Should any sufferer pro
fit by giving Pain Balm a trail it will
p?case ino." For salo by J, W. Hell,
Walhalla; W. J. lainnoy, Soneca, and H.
Bi Zimmerman, Westminster.
CONDUOW.D B? A. h. UOH?Kn\
VYKBTiiiKs-i'kn, Marou 1.-Tho fires day
of March is mild aud pleasant,
Frenching In tho Presbyte^ m church
noxfc Sabbath, morning and evening, at
tho usual hours.
Tho bridge across Connoross creek,
botwo?n Wostmlust?r and Walhalla, is
being robulltby Mr. John Ja Plckons.
To-day only pedestrians oan got across.
By to-morrow it will bo ready for vohiolcs.
Miss Bossio Wilson, of SOnooa, is vh.il
3:;g hoi hiolhoi, ROY. I*. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Mason, of Toocoa,
Qa., visited Westminster Monday and
Mr. Jamos Knox, who is employed in
tho mail mu-vico in Ouba, has sont his
fa thor, Mr. J. A. Knox, a Cuban half dol
lar, whioh is about tho BIEO i>f our dime.
Miss Addie Uiott, of Townvlllo, was
visiting friends in and near Westminster
Mr. G. F. Looly, of Abbovlllo, spent a
fow days last wcok with his brother, Mr.
W. D. Losly.
A 6ooiable was given at tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Y. Ii. Fitts on Friday ovon
iug of last wook, which was hugely at
Wostorn corn is on tho mnrkot. Much
o? ic will ho shipped boro this yoar, for
thoro aro vory fow form?is that gathered
enough sound oom last yoar to last thom
'till thoy oau mako anothor oro;/. ,
Rov. S. L. Wilson will proaoh at Re
treat church on tho third Sabbath of
oaoh month. Tho othor Sabbaths ho
will proaoh at Westminster. Ho will
also proaoh a sornion at Oak Grove
Sohool houso on tho afternoon of ono of
bis preaching days at Wostmiustor.
Tho friends in Westminster of Mr.
Walter Rhyne, of lexington, N. C.. aro
glad to learn that his conditlou is moro
favorablo now ami hopos for his rocovory
Mr. J. H. Hnrnott returned from Rioh
mond Wednesday. Ho loft boro more
than two weeks ago with a oar load ol
hoof cattle and got snow-bound on thc
Mr. Will MoGcb, of Houoa Path, is ic
town to-day. Ho roprosonts tho Colum
bia Oil Mill.
Chamberlain',1! Cough Remedy.
Tilia romody is intonded ospooially fci
coughs, colds, croup, whoopingoougt
and influenza. It has become famous foi
its ouros of thoso disoasos, ovor a larg<
part of the olvilizod world. Tlio mosl
ilattoriug testimonials havo boon rocoivoi
giving accounts of ita good works; ol
the aggravating and porsistont coughs i
has oared; of severo colds that hav<
yioldod promptly to ita soothing offoots
r.rd of tho dangorous attacks of croup it
lias cured, often saving tjio lifo of th?
child. Tho extensive usc of it for whoop
cough has shown that it robs t hat dis
caso of all dangorous consequences. Sole
by J. W. Roll, Walhalla; W. J. Lunnoy
Seneca, and II. R. Zlmmorman, Wost
Notice-Result of Examination Hold 01
Fobnnry 18, 1800.
A. W. Singloto'.i, 1st grado.
Miss Bertie Smith, 1st grado.
Miss Dorsio Roroughs, 1st grado.
J, H. Cantrell, 2d grado, Class A.
T. A. Smith, 2d grade, Class B.
J. A. Hutchison, 2d grado, Class A.
Miss Grnco Thompson, 2d grado, Clos
Miss Lizsio Smith, 2d grado, Class A.
Miss Monta Knox, 2d grado, Class R.
Misa Anido Rioblo, 2d grado, Class B.
Miss Mattio Robertson, 2d grado, Clas
Miss Maud Stribling, 2d grado, Clas
F. A. Davis, 2d grado, Class A.
W. li. BARRON,
Supt. Education Oconco county.
HOW TO"LOOK GOOD.
Good looks aro really moro than ski
deep, depending on ti roly on a Jioalth
condition of all tho vital organs. If th
livor is inactivo, you havo a bilious loo!
if your stomach is disordered, yon ha\
adyspoptlo look; if your kidneys ni
affected, you havo a pinched look. Si
euro good health and you will surol
havo good looks. Elcotrio Bitters ?B
good alterativo and tonic. Acts dirootl
on tho stomach, livor and kidnoys, pur
iles tho blood, euros pimples, blotcln
and boils, and gives a goon comploxloi
livery bottle guaranteed. Sold at J. V
Hell's, Walhalla, W. J. laumoy's, Soncoi
and II. B. Zimmerman's. Wcstminsto
drug stores. 60 cents per bottle.
How to Make Farming Fay.
Plow Boy, writing to tho Cotton Flan
says truly: "In ovory county thoro aro
few wido-awako, up-to-date farmors wit
mako monoy ovory year. As a rulo thc
do not mako it out of any ono crop, bi
by diversified agriculture. Thoy rail
corn, wheat, oats, hay, peas, potatoo
horses, mules, eattlo, hogs, sheep, pou
try and Homo cotton. Thoy uso improve
implements, tools mid machinery in pr
paring their lands, cultivating and lia
vesting their crops, tims outting off
largo por cont, of tho oxponso that fal
on their brother who sticks to pa's gran
pa's and ids pa's motlioda." Thoso mc
provo that farming docs pay. Ocom
County lias a fow snell. Wo should lil
to soo moro.
A CLEAR HEAD
good digestion; sound sleep;
fine appetite and a ripe old ag<
are some of the results of thc us
of Tutt's Liver Pills. A singl
dose will convince you of thei
wonderful effects and virtm
A Known Pact.
An absolute cure for sick heat
ache, dyspepsia, malaria, sot
stomach, dizziness, constipado
bilious fever, piles, torpid live
and all kindred diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pill
Tho Township Hoard of I'onsionn w
meet at thc * rcspootivo places of mei
ing in their Township, on tho ir>th
this month to oxamino applicants f
Applicants will find blank applloatlc
at tho Auditor's offtOO,
Tho former or old Township Hoar
will sorvo until their successors (
All new applicants will go heforo t
Townships Hoards on this day (lim lol
J. C. NKVIIJ.H,
( 'lc ii man County Hoard of Pensions
Soven hundred and forty hnshols
potatoes por aoro ls Georgia's roce
and yot thoy toll UH that fanning di
not pay. It doos if followod in a hi
MUl? OMl&UA JOUjiU&|> v
ooMimoTxn uv M?AS tt^v w. ?V.V,I;H.
' *TU K-ONOK-A-WKI? H.' ' RMTKUTAI NRI>.
SKKKOA, Fobruary , 5???--A meeting of
M?o Onco-a-Wook Club was hold with tho
popular prosldont, Mr?. E. A. Hines,
i." pt Tiiuin?wy. Tho afternoon was
passed in a moro than usually ploasaut
Thanks and appreciation of tho mem
bors wore expressed to Mrs, Ida Mar
shall Lining, president of tho Psycho
logical Club, Charleston, for hor compli
mentary mention of tho Onoo-a-Weok in
her letter lu a late issue of tho Charles
ton Sunday Nows. [Tho artlolo re
ferred tc.fi published on tho dist pago
of ttifs wook'? Coonian.]
Af ter the transaction of tho club busi
ness, tho hostess requested pack of he:
guests to write as many quotations from
Shakespeare's plays as could bo remem
bered. This was done- and tho papors
handed In. vy. *
Blogant refroshmonts wero thon served,
after whioh the papors wero examined
by Mrs. Hiuos, assisted by Mrs. J. H.
Adams and Mrs. J. Wt Todd. It wac
found that Mrs. W. J. Lunney hail won
tho prizo for the greatest number of cor
rect quotations. The pri?o was a pret
tily bound volurno cf ial?o from Shako
spca re's plays in prose.
Very appropriate w?s the "booby," f
hearth broom, decorated with tho obit
colors, and inscribed, "Brush up youl
memory." This wont to Mrs. O. F
Tho charming hostess oortainly do
cidod upon an original nud interest im
way of entertaining her guoste.
A BIRTHDAY I?ARTY.
Miss Mary Julia Reid issued choir
twonty invitations to hor littlo friondi
for Thursday afternoon from throo uutl
flvo o'olock. Tho occas'on woshorotghti
birthday anniversary, and tho eh'.hi rei
prosont had a most happy timo. Missoi
Rossio Rollo Sholor, Hannah Board ant
Nannlo Jonos rooolvcd with tho younj
hostess, and also assisted in tho dining
Aftor pleasant, games tho ohildroi
woro asked into tho dining room, sm
Mrs. Reid had thom to march, tho small
ost lu front, singing a littlo marohlnj
soug. Tho dining room was darkono<
ami tho decorations were of pi?k un;
white, tho samo colors hoing carried ou
iu tho refreshments. Tho largo bi vt lula;
oako, in tho cent cr of tho tablo, was sur
rounded by eight candle.:, pink nm
white. Tho gilesta out into tho cake
each' hoping to reoolvo tho prlzo, Mis
Lois Byrd hoing tho fortunate ono.
Thoso invited woro: Misses Both Strlb
ling, Ellita Cary, Suo Kilon Hunter, Loi
Byrd, Holou Cary, Luoilo Hamilton
Verna Strlbllng, Mary Mooro, nolo:
Board, Hannah Board, Tesis Dillard
-Nannie Jonos, nessie Heile ."?helor, Mac
tors diarios Byrd, Qoorgo Sholor, Coopo
.Handler and Hoke Swann.
A I'LBASANT DI MR UK MM Nd.
On Friday c voning a dime reading, fe
tho bondit of tho Presbyterian chard
was largoly attended, Tho affair wa
under tho management of Mrs. T. ?
St i ?hiing and was given at hor homo,
I Tho programmo was greatly onjoyo
and was carriod out, with slight vs rh
(ions, ns published last wook.
Tho first number was a song, Sopten
hor, by Mrs. T. Ii. Strlbllng. It was wol
suited to hor swoot, full volco. Anotlu
Bong, by Mrs. Stribliug, was enjoye
near tho closo of thoovenlug.
Miss Francos Whitmiro's rooitatloi
and Bongs were good, especially Om son j
"Fiddlo and I."
Especially entertaining woro tho solo
tiona read by Mrs. E. A. Minos and Mr
J. H. Adams, both of whom oro oxcollei
readers. Mrs. Hines read a bouutif
legend, takon from a book by Mrs. Fir
haugh, a writer, who has reoontly con
into prominence, Mrs. Adams road tl
famous "Charlo.. Roco" from Bon Hur.
A rooitatlon, "Flvo Little Mico," 1
littlo Miss Yoma Stribliug, was cute.
Miss Sallie Whltmtro, of Qreonvill
sang two songs, during tho first of whh
alio played a guitar, Mrs. Anderson pla
ing a piano accompaniment for tito ot.hc
I ter voico was much admired,
Mrs. Ruskin Anderson's playing, whi
is always swoot, scorned unusually
Mr. David Todd's violin ohlignl
which was printed last wook "violin c
Hgator," sucoumbod to tho atroko, a
tho audience wore disappointed at r
having tho pleasure of hearing it.
Delightful refroshmonts, consisting
Charlotte Russo and fruit cake, w<
sorvod. Tho recipo for tho calco (scr
turo fruitcako) waa sold.
Mrs. John D. Vornor, of Walhalla, 1
boon visiting hor daughter, Mrs. J.
Mrs. J. E. Drayton and children i
visiting rolativos in Anderson.
Mr. Robert Lunnoy loft recently
Mrs. (4. W. Gignilliat wont, tho last
last wook, to Rook Hill, to visit '
daughter, Miss Lula Gignilliat, at \Y
Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Doylo wont te W
Sovoral porsons from boro attondod
ontortahnnonts of tho Wizard Gil C(
pany at Walhalla last week.
Miss SUB?O 'thompson is in Andors
Mrs. M. W. Coloiunn is oxnootod ho
this wcok. Sho has been tho rooipion
much attention during hor visit to Cl
Rrv. J. L. Daniel carno down fr
Walhalla Sunday morning, and owlnf
tho vory bad woathor, combination S
day school and church sorvices woro h
at tho M el hod isi. chm ch.
Rev. Mr. Minti, of Townvillo, proacl
at tho Baptist church Sunday nftorni
at .'I o'clock.
AN ENTERPRISING DRUGGIST
Thoro aro few mon moro wide awi
and ontorpriBing than J. W. Roll, of S\
halla, W. J. Lunnoy, of Sonooa, and
B. Zimmerman, of Westminster, v
spare no pains to SCCUIO tho bel
ovorytbing in 'heir lino for their mi
customers. Tnoy now havo tho valus
agonoy for Dr. King's Now Discovery
consumption, coughs and coidB, Thi
tho wondorful remedy that is produo
snob a furor all ovor tho country by
many startling ou ros. lt absolutely cv
a ,1 Inna, bronchitis, hoarseness and
affections of tho throat, ohost and i )\
Call at abovo drug stores and got fi t
bottle frc? or r. regular sieo for 50 ta
and $1. Guaranteed to ouro, or price
Tho Nows and Courier ostimatos I
thoro will bo 40,000 viBltors to Charlot
on tho occasion of tho Confederate
union In Charleston noxt May. Tho j
plo of Charleston aro making arrai
monta to oi.tertain that many If no
sary, but tho pooplo of tho Stato n
not allow tho Chnrlestonlnns to boar
[ whole oxponee alone. As wo havo
j marked boforo. it is all South Carolii
? net just Charleston-timi it? te ba
i host of the Confed?rate Veteran*.
'"-'!. ; ;>',v . ?.!,f-a.- i-'.'' '. . '>
i V ft ^l3,? ""ao wh?tu u?no ia moro highly
.* * ? ?steamed or widely known, writes.
"In 18901 had a severo attack of LaOrippe
and at the end of four mouths, In spite of all
physicians, frloud? and good nureiug could
do, ruy lungs heart aud norvpus systour wore
no completely wrecked, my Ufo was de
spaired my frlonds Hiving mo up. I could
only sloop by tho U90 Of opiates. My lunga
and heart pained mo terribly and my cough
waa" most aggravating. I could not Ho In
ono position but r. chert t??ao trad not or; ?oy
loft sid? at all. My husband brought mo
Pr. Miles' Nervino and Heart Curo and I bo
gan tnUiVB thea:. V/hon I bad taken a bait
bo it 1 o of each I was much bottor and contine
ulug persistently I took about a dozen bot
tles and was eoiupiotoly restored to health to
Dr. Miles* Remedies BKS^^n*. - 'vSHj
aro Bold by all drug- BS^Mil *"?kV'cB
giste under a positive By- '?
guarantoo, first bottlo KHfiBJt?tOU?8s|
bonoflta or money io- mfijy Rnatni nkx
fuudcTd. Dook on d|s-^/ |T^W^dH
oa608 of the heart and SfifclJ^0. vvJwwl
n?rvea froo. Address, HHM?^!MHH>9B?
. DR. MILES MEDICAL? CO., Elkhart, Ind.
A Proposed Cut In Representation.
A spooial to Tho Boston Transcript
from Washington, says:
"Tho groat quostion of domestic polio:
of tho next Congress has, for good rea
nona Mue; far, boon kopt out of tho nowa
papers. Tho soorot ncod no longor bi
guarded, howovor, now that it is tho in
tontiou of tho Republican loadors to scab
j down tho roprobontation of tho Southon
BtatoB in Congress and in tho olootora
collogo, to correspond to tho poroontag?
of tho malo population of thr so States
whioh aro disfranchised.
"This is in nocordanco with aprovisioi
of tho fourteenth amondmont of tho con
st it uI ion, whioh has horotoforo boon al
lowed to become a dead lottor. Tho tim
is boliovod to bo absolutely ripo for tak
lng this nt oj). It is through tho Federn
oonsus that such a corrected apportion
mont can bo mado, and ndw that th
twelfth deoonnial enumeration ia about t
botakon, tho Republicans find ( Lemsel ve
in control of tho 1 louse, Sonato and Prc
sldonoy. Republican loadors have boo
kooping vory quiot as to thoir purpose i
thiB rogard. Thoy did not claro to Ba
anything about it boforo tho olootions J
Novomb?r booauso had thoir election
turned out unfavorably tho Democrat
would hnvo had them.
"Now thoy aro in a position to woic?
tho losses arid gains and act accordingly
Nothing could bo moro history-makin
in its Importance than Republican acqu
csoonco iii tho disfranchisement of th
negro. It would rovolutioni/.o tho roti
tlons of tho two parties in Congress an
in tho olootoral collogo."
County Board ol Pensions to Moot.
Tho County Hoard of Pensions is hon
by ordorcd to moot at Walhalla Com
I i ouse on tho 25th instant.
J. C. NKVII.I.K,
Chairman County Hoard of Ponnions.
AFVK havo now all Departments w<
stocked for tins season and can show
most complote lino of
so much sought at thia season of t
year, auch ns Nails, Barbed Wiro, Plo
of all kinds, Shovols, Traeos, ?feo., &o.
Also, a complo stock of
Wo call apeoial attontlon to our
Genuine Texas Red Oa
and Virginia Turf Oa1
Wo uro doaling largely in
this yoar and will ho glad-to make pri
on Guano, Aoid and Cotton ?Seed Mc
eil he, for Cotton or Money. Soo us
foro you buy.
Our ntook of
completo. Depend on our
always hoing good, and buying largol;
wo clo oan Boll you often at mill prioci
Contracts mado for
on tlrno to prompt paying 'custon
only, with approved security.
I I lill & G
SENECA, S. C.
I March 2,18W.
?very, Fe??J an?J Sale Stable.
My FERTILIZERS aro BETTER ami dllEAPER than over before
I lnwo tho boat on tho markot.
lu this oity has soon tho advertisement bf th
famous Xi Afc t* dorset'lu tho Ladles' Homo Jour
nal) Munsoy'?, Delineator or sonio ;othor Mc*folx
magazine, and knows, thoroforo, soioo of tho import
ant foote about "tho Corset that doo? oofc strotch."
Wo have in stock a good line of It & Gr 'd>?r->
sets and will ho ploasod to BIIOW thom to tho "ono
woman iu sovon"-and to th? other sis women also.
Tho rew R & G numbor :}(>7~tho short-long oor
sot, is ono of .'.our most popidar stylos, and soils at
tho popular ono dollar pr leo. ' \%'<v
C. W. PITCHFORD
A LOT OF
MEN'S AND BOY'S
Also all kinds of Farm and Garden
Implements to swap for Cash or Coun
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This is to notify you that wo aro ready to savo you monoy, if you will call
and seo UH. "If you wait too lat?., you must BUroly moot your fate."
Wo havo just reooivod a nico lino of now Shoes of all kinds, and if you should
wait too lato, tho other follow may got tho pair you want. Just think a moment.
Wo will soil you a nico blaok or tan Shoo worth $1.G0 for only 1)8 coate. Wo will
not tako Space to montion our many other bargains in Shoes, but promise you that
ali our Shoos aro "bargains" at tho very low prico wo will ask for thom.
Our now Hats havo just como als'o, and you should BOO thom. It would sur
prise you to BOO tho Hat that wo can soil you for 07 couts. Why pay $1.40 or $1.C0
for a Sunday Hat, whoa you can got it for 07 couts.
Wo also havo a fow moro all wool Suite loft. Now is tho timo to buy whilo
thoy aro going at snell low prices. Wo Still lnwo a fow moro $5 Suits soiling for
$8.05. Como if you ovor expect, to need ono. .
Do you nocd aStovo, or do you nood a Sowing Machino, or do you need both?
If BO, now is tho timo to buy thom, and wo aro tho pooplo to buy thom from. Wo
can convinco you of this faot, if you will'Ouly prico thom.
Don't forgot that wo always load prices on Grocoiios. In fact, af tor consid
ering tlio low prico of cotton, soarcoty of tho "dollar", wo havo dcoidod to divido
our profits with tho pooplo. Wo know wo can't mako as much, but our motto is,
"To Iivo and lot livo." Do not wait too lato, but como now.
J. & J. S. CARTER,
CARTER MERCHANDISE CO.
il African Limbless !J
ICotton Seed Free.... ?jj
Anyone who sends one dollar for a year's subscription to thc At- j
lanta Semi-Weekly Journal can get postpaid one pound of thc cele- \
-Drated African Limbless Cotton Seed without charge. tfj
? A pound of these seed will plant one-fifth of an acre, and with 3i
proper attention should yield enough to plant a crop. \!
The seed were tested in a Hst of thirty varieties by tho Gcorg-.?i ^|
Experiment Station and a bulletin recently issued by Director Red- C
ding shows that thc African Limbless Cotton produced 70 pounds j
. more per acre than any other variety, and 161 pounds more per acre %|
than the average of thirty leading varieties. ?j
The African Limbless Cotton produced 780 pounds i f lint per acre, 3i
which ls nearly four times the average on the farms of thc South. \'
Tills shows what high fertilization and thorough culture will do W|
willi these excellent Seed. The value of the product, counting cotton J
at 5 cents and seed at 13 cents a bushel, was over $-15 per acre. The \'
cost of fertilizers used was $4.77 per acre. W|
Tile. Journal does not guarantee results, but the result of thc test ?|
at the Experiment Station makes lt worth a farmer's while to test J
these seed when lie can get them for nothing. ^|
Thc Journal brings you thc NEWS OF THE WORLD TWICE A Xi
WEER with hundreds of articles of special interest about the farm, ?
the household, juvenile topics, etc., and every southern farmer
/ \ should have thc paper. A tf|
J V You don't have to wait a week for'" the news, but get it twice as ?|
i ? often as you do in the weeklies, which charge the same price. ?
? J AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE. \
w, j Send for a sample copy. Address, ^|
x TUB JOURNAL, Atlanta, Ga. J
\X7K realise that, on account of tho extremely low prico of cotton and shortage
VV of crops, Goods must bo sold at a vory Bhort profit. Thoroforo wo havo
marked all of our goods down, and aro going to sharo IOBHOH with those who buy
from UB. Spaoo will not permit us to gi vo you all of our'ow pf ices, but wo will
montion a fow in Dry Goods. All othor linos will bo Hold accordingly.
Host Colors in Calle?os, 4 to (io. yard; Host Cotton Ciiooks- s '?.o oo; 200 yards Cot
ton Plaid Suitings at 5o. por yard; Hoavy Outings, 5, V, and 10o. yard. A lino lino
of Plain and Hrooadod Black Sattcons, Wool and Honrlotta Finish, 8, 10, 12J, 15
and 20o. per yard.
Our Woolen Dress Goods, in Plain and Brooadcd Blacks and Colors, aro just
beautiful, and at prices that won't bo undorsold.
Mon's, Women's and Children's Shoes in abundanco at vory low prices.
Wo havo an up to dato Uno of Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps.
Our stook of Grooorios is complote and frosh.
If you want anything in our lino and havo no monoy. just bring along your
Chickens and Eggs. Will giro ?tho highost market prico for them.
CLAUDE LITTLE & CO.. Westminster, ? C.