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1 will bo glnd to have oue and all w
mo. 1 buy the boat to be had and oxpoot
should not, you will oblige me by letting
roplaco them with good ouos.
Call and lot nae sond you a pound o
llavo you usod Postum Cereals'.' P
Whoa browod it takes tho beautiful doop
changing to a rich goldon brown when on
and vitalizo?. Call and lot mo sond you a
Storni iinb Ikrsfltwl.
-Fertilizers at Niold's. Soo ad.
-Call on C. G. Jaynos for groooiies.
-Mr. Goo. Lt Wilson, of Oroonvillo,
wa8 in town Sunday.
-Tay your street tax ond sovo pon
nlty. Timo expiros April llrat.
-Hoad tho advertisement of W.
Gibbes Whaloy, M-stor for Charleston
-Mr. It. N. Alexander, of Piokons
county, is visiting nt tho homo of Mr. W.
li. F. Corbin.
-Messrs. Josso W. Stribling and R. M.
Tribblo, of Seneca, was in town to-day
-Mrs. 1). Oolkors loM Sunday morning
for a two months' visit to relatives in
Sn minor villo.
-Miss Mary Julia Reid, of Seneca, is
spending several day? with her aunt,
Mrs. Guy T. (Jrovo.
-Mr. ?las. T. Wilson is spending a few
days in Oroonvillo with his son, Mr.
(Seo. L. Wilson.
-Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harper and Mr.
and Mrs. J. N. Hopkins, of Sonoca, woro
in town Saturday last.
-Misses Fannie Crisp and Inez. Schro
dor spent several days in Seneca last
week visiting friends.
-Tho latest dispatches say that Oov.
FJlorbo is getting along voi y well ; that
is, as well as can bc expected.
-Deputy Collectors Aiken and Hico,
of G roon villo, aro in town. Tho makers
of the "queer" aro on the ron.
-Anyone wanting stamps, postal cards,
stamped envelopes, etc., can got ?arno at
.laynes's ?toro if post oflico is closed.
-J. W. llolleman, Master, ro-ndvor
tises tho Smith property for salo. Tho
forms of salo wore not complied with.
-A toothsome and healthful bovorage
is Postum Cereal. Call on C. G. Jaynos.
He will tell you about it with ploasuro.
-Tho store of Mr. C. M. Nield has
boon very much improved in outward
appouranco by hoing painted and poncilcd.
-Dr. W. Frank Ashmore, a prominent
and promising young physician at Nowry,
S. C., was in Walhalla on business on
-Hov. J. M. Sanders will preach in
tho Walhalla Haptist church noxt Sun
day morning at ll o'clock. Publie in
vited to attend.
-Mr. Jesse C. Neville has been quito
sick with an attack of grip at tho homo
of his father, in Wost Union. Ho is re
ported much better this morning.
-Dr. G. C. Probst has moved his den
tal rooms into the now brick building
noxt to tho bank. His oilier is now
up stairs, two doors east of tho bank.
-J. P. Cary, Faq., of Pickons, is in
Walhalla this week on professional busi
ness. His many friends aro pleased to
meet him and seo him looking so well.
-Health for ton couts. Casoarets
make tho bowels and kidnoys act natur
ally, destroy microbes, euro headache,
biliousness and constipation. AH drug
-Tho first quarterly conference of
t ile Walhalla and Seneca Station, will bo
held at tho latter placo on next Monday
afternoon, in the Mothodist church, at 2
-Head tho now advertisements of M.
W. Coleman & Co. and W. J. Lunnoy, of
Seneca, and James II. Darby and C. G.
Jaynes and O. H. Schumacher, of
-The Hoard of Pensions for Wagoner
township will meet in tito Couit House
at tins place next Wednesday, tho 22d,
Tho mooting yesterday was not woll
- If any body has lost a ?log they
probably can find it nt Holey Kelley's, as
there is a stray ono at his iiouso. It an
swers tho description of ono recently ad
vertised in this paper.
- Mr. Thomas H. I.umpkiu, of Atlanta,
a member of tim largo wholesale house
of Everett, Ridley, Hagan & Co., is in
Walhalla this weok looking after ?onto
important legal matters.
-An honest product of tho healthful
grains given hy all-wise nature for man's
propor sustenance is Postum Cereal, for
salo by C. G. JayncH. It nourishes,
strengthens and vitalizes.
-A false alarm of fire was rung in last
Saturday evening from that eyo-soro in
the centre of Main street. The Uro was
only a burning chimney at the corner of
Catherine and Main streets.
-Miss Carrie Shel or, of Seneca, after
?pending about a mouth visiting relative?
and friends in Walhalla, returned home
on Saturday last. She will bo greatly
misKt d hy lier young companions.
-Lost, hy Dr. K, C. Doyle, botwoon
Walhalla and Seneca, a leathor surgical
case. Tho finder is requested to loavo
tho same at tho Cou UlK ll oflico or at the
Strihling Drug Co.'s store in Son COS.
-Miss KSB?C M. Thomason, of Green
ville, is iii Walhalla this week attending
Judgo Ilollemau's Court in the capacity
of stenographer. Hbo i? an accomplished
young lady and an expert stenographer.
-Mrs. Rebecca Fricks, accompanied
hy her grandson, Mr. John Fricks, left
Walhalla last Friday foi Washington, D.
C. Mis. Fricks is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. J. II. Scliloutor, 1001 5th ?treot,
Look at tho advertisement of J. & J.
S. (.'arter, Westminster, S. C., and ox
amine their ?took, prices, Sec., ami yon
will bo convinced that what they say is
true. Ask to ?oo tho lot of now pants
-Dr. <?. I.. Martin will remain at
Seneca the presont yoar, and will bo
glad to servo bis old customers when
they need tint services of a doctor. He
may be found at his home, whero ho
makes his ofliee.
-Wo regret to chronicle the critical
illness of Mr. Thomas H. Dendy, of
Richland. For ten day? or moro ho ha?
been prostrated in his bed with a serious
malady, which is baflling tho ?kill and
ingenuity of tho attending physician?, so
far. We hope, however, to bear of his
?arly improvement. Mr. Dendy ha? a
great many relative* and friends in Goo
noo who will regret to hoar of his ?iok
Ruting nice ?nd freeh Groceries to call on
them to glvo satisfaction, but if they I
mo know, when I will gladly call and j
f niuo Ribbon Ooffeo.
ont nm Core al looks Uko ground co If co.
soal brown color of Mocha or Java,
Dam ls added. It nourlehos, strougthons,
package. Only 25 cents,
6. Gk JAYNES.
-Owlug to tho w eather for tho past;
few months, tho cotton mill authorities
have not boen ablo to sooure the amount
of wood ncccBsary to op?rato tho mill,
and cnuncquoutly they aro now burning
-Col. Lester D. Pucket, of Gaines
ville, Ga., lino boen appoiuted Roforoo in
Bankruptcy for tho counties of Hall,
Banks, Ilabcrshnm, Kainui, White,
Union, Townes, bumpkin, Forsyth aird
-Rov. Patrick II. Mears and Mr. M.
L. Cox, of Seneca, paid this ofllco
a ploaBant oitll this morning. Mr. Meara
is pastor of tho Christian ohuroh nt
Westminster. It is indeed pleasant to
converse with him.
-Don't forgot tho bargains you can got
at J. tt J. S. Carter's, Westminster, S. C
ff you want a now suit of clothes and
a rido homo lu a Hook Hill buggy, with
out hardly missing tho cash you pay out,
I just call mid soo thom.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Floyd aro in At
lanta, whoio Mr. Floyd will havo his
eyes treated. For sovoral yoars past ho
lias boon gradually losing his oyo-sight.
His many friends hopo for a succossful
trcatmont and a coniploto rceovory.
-Contractor J. Ii. Uamby is putting
tho finishing touches to tho store rooms
of Messrs. .). H. Robins and .1. I. Smith,
j These stores rank among tho nicest in
town. Mr. Smith oxpoots to occupy his
now quarters in a wcok or ton days.
-Hov. .T. B. Wilson, Presiding Elder
of tho Greenville Dlstrlot, spent Sunday
night with Rev. J. L. Daniel. Ho was
returning from his quarterly conforoneo
at. Doublo Springs. Mr. Wilson loft
Monday morning for his homo in An
-Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Merrick roached
tho anniversary of tholr Bilvor wedding
on last Sunday, March 12th. Tho ovont
was quiotly eolobrated by having an ex
tra good dinnor for tho "homo folks."
May they livo to celebrate tholr "golden
- Mrs. N. L. Fant and children re
turned homo Monday night, after a pro
tracted visit to her father and inothor,
Capt. and Mrs. Wm. G. Smith, in Colum
bia, and her sistors in Anderson, Mrs.
Dean and Mrs. Katliffo. Hor trip was
pleasant in ovory respect.
-Mr. John M. Findley, of Gainesville,
Ga., an ex-editor, paid tho Conmen
office a pleasant visit last Thursday. Ho
is now a drummer, soiling kerosene oil
for ono of tho groat ootipusos of tho
country. Ho said ho was going to try
and put. some good oil on tho Walhalla
-Miss Bessie Micklor, kfter spending
cloven wooks most pleasantly and de
lightfully among relativos and friends at
Koy West and Jacksonville, Fla., and'At
lanta, Qa., returned to lier homo in Wost
Union on Tuesday. Her many friends
and admirers aro pleased to welcome
-Mr. Hugh Hoilcmaii has had to dis
continue Iiis studies and stop attending
school on account of impaired oyesight.
Wo aro glad to state, however, that ho is
ndt in immediate danger of total bllnd
[ ness, as he can seo certain vory pr?t,y
young girls a dislauco of ilvo blocks
without tho aid of glasses.
-Mr. Kibbio Russell and Mr. bonis
Rus. <dl, who havo boon attending tho
Walhalla IIigli School for tho past few
months, returned homo last Saturday to
engage in farming. Miss ('iain Kussoll,
who has been keeping house for hor
brothers while tlioy woro going to school
hore, is tarrying a whilo longer in Wal
halla, visiting hor friend, Miss Myra
Hester, at tho hotel, Miss Hassell is ono
of Oconeo's fairest and most accom
Romombor, wo give you tinco to
four times moro seed-and hoc
tor-than you got in packagos.
Wo aro headquarters for Drugs,
Seeds, China, Lamps, Agato, Gran
ite, Enamel, Oalvcnized and Tin
ware, Wall Papor, Baskets,
Brooms, Stoves, Chairs and othor
Married, March 8th, 1800, by Magis
trate Sam Bock, at tho rcsidonco of tho
bride's motlier, in I ; ah un county, Ga.,
Mr. W. ll. Mongold, of Oconoo county,
S. C., and Miss Fannie Karney. May
good luck and happinoss attend thom
<'|C)MHOII Mciouliflc Asaocinllou.
Tho thirteenth regular mooting of the
(Momsou College Sciontillo Association
will bo bold in tho chapel of tho college
this (Thursday) evening, beginning at B
o'clock. Lootnro by Dr. G. E. Nosom on
"Tho Interpretations of Certain Human
and Animal Diseases." A short business
meeting will follow tho pabilo .inn,
- -- -^.i^.
Mr. .Hohti'x l.iithnviiii Church.
Tho following aro the appointments of
tho St. John's Evangelical buthornn
Sunday School at Ha. m., Mr. J. J,
Divino Services in English on tho 2d
and Ith Sundays at li a. m., and on each
Thursday at 4.80 p. m.
Gorman >n tho 1st and Sd Sundays at
11 a. m.
Dr. nuil Ulta. W. T. Miodittiril.
Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Stoddard loft Hart
well on Tuesday for Walhalla, S. C.,
where they will resido for tho futuro.
They have made many warm friondshoro
during tho ton or twolvo yoars of their
residence who regret tholr removal. Dr.
Stoddard was for a number of yoars a
successful physician, until ho was com
pelled, on account of a sorious hurt and
ill health, to rotiro from active practico.
Wo trust ho will rapidly rogain health
and strength. Ho and his noble wifo
oarry with thom tho best wishes of our
ontiro people.-Hartwell (Ga.) Sun,
-?-:"-:. - - -..
Married, on Marob 12th, 1800, at the
Lutheran parsonage, Mr. Floyd Itldloy
and Miss Dobia 1-ieroo, by Kev. J, G.
On tho same date, at tho homo o? tho
brido, by tho same pastor, Mr. Wm. W.
Langston mid mina Mattie I lilt.
May God's blessing rest on them all.
Black niumond Hnllr?Mid.
Anderson Advocate, Maroh 18; "Mr.
J. SJ. 'J : ibbie and Capt. 1*. K. MoCully
loft hero yesterday afternoon for Cincin
nati, Ohio, to attond a mooting of tho
promoters of tho Black Diamond Rail
road, at which Col., T. C. Dickinson, the
financial agout, who has boon in London
working up the financial arrangomouts,
will mako a report." <i
I.??klug Af ?e?- ?he IS Ino Midge.
Messrs. ir. ?. ? ian non, 8d vioo presi
dent and general managor of tho Heath
orn Hallway, and H. C. Bonttto, rooolvor
of tho Blue ltldgo Hallway, woro lu Wal
halla a fow mtnutoB Wednesday morning.
It was rumored that Mr. Gannon was
inspootlng tho rond for tho Southorn with
a viow to balking tho Black Diamond
sehem o, but it was stated Thursday morn
ing by a gentleman in a position to know
what ho was talking about, that thoso
oflloinls woro boro for tho purposo of
inspootlng tho road with a viow toward
making improvements in tho near future.
Tho following resolutions wore unani
mously adopted by tho congregation of
tho Walhalla Baptist ohuroh last Sunday:
Bosolvod, iky tho Walhalla Baptist
church and Sunday sohool, that as wo
moot in this houso tho first timo after ita
removal to its proBOnt location, wo deeply
fool that wo should bo grateful tr? tho
numerous friends who BO nobly came to
our help lu tho removal and repair of
this houso of God.
Wo fool that wo are duo, and wo horoby
heart Hy teador to thoso good people, cur
most hearty thanks for sympathy and
aBsistanco; that our prayers now asoond,
and shall continually go up, to our Hoa
venlv Father for His blessing on tho
heads of tho noble nod generous Chris
tian friends mid all t heirs.
Bosolvod, That tho subset i pf ion list bo
copied and filed in tho ohuroh rooords as
n memento to all those Christian mon
JU6? io llrlp Your Town.
Push it, talk about it, write about it,
speak well about lt, help improve it,
choke tho croakor, beautify tho streets,
pat mn i/o its merchants, advortiso in its
newspapers, prefer homo OtltorpriflO ab
ways, speak woll of its ontorpriBing mon;
if you can't think of gomo good word to
Bay koop quiet; if you aro rich invest in
something to om ploy BOinobody; bo a
hustler, bo courteous to at rangers that
como among you so that thoy will go
away with a good impression; always
choor up tho mon that go in for improvo
monts. Your own portion of tho cost
will only bo what ?B just. Don't klok
about necessary public improvomonts bo
causo thoy aro not at your own door or
for fear that your taxes might bo ra.sod
(Cornell r?. (Ilriuaou.
Clemson will opon tho baso ball season
by a gamo with Coruoll University, of
I thaca, N. Y., on Clemson's oampus, at
?J P. M., Wednesday, March 20th.
Cornell University is ono of tho largest
institutions of tho world, having enrolled
this session 2,800 Btudonts. They aro
up to dato in all athletic shorts.
Clemson, though young, has boon woll
trained, and while thoy may not defeat
Cornell, thoro will ho a hot game, and
Cornell will lind out that she is not tho
only college that caii play baso ball.
Wo look for a large crowd from tho
surrounding country. Andoraon and
Groouvillo, it is bolioved, will bo boro in
full force, and wo look for a largo crowd
Cornell' being so far off, it waa neces
sary for CleniBon to give a largo guaran
tee for a gamo. Thoroforo they will havo
to charge an admission foo of 25 couts;
ladies and children 10 couts. TIIORO
paying to soo tho game will bo furnished
with tickots, which they aro requested
to wear in a conspicuous placo,
You can't afford to miss this name!
Tho first quarterly eonforonco of tho
Walhalla Circuit, Hov. A. A. Morrltt,
preacher in charge, was hold at Double
Springs church on last Saturday and
Sunday, March 11th and 12th. Tho now
Presiding Kider, Hov. J, B. Wilson, was
present and preached on both days to
tiio edification and profit of tho congre
gation. Tho attendance, of thc members
of tho quarterly eonforonco was very
small, only ono or two churches hoing
represented. Tho next quarterly eonfor
onco wili bo hold at Oconco church some
time in May next. This is tho first point
Mr. Wilson has touched, in Iiis ofllcial
capacity, in Oconoo county, no is deep
ly interested mid anxious about tho en
largement of Zion's borders in tho ter
ritory ho lins recently visited in our
county, and thinks tho possibilities for
its futuro development, along all linos
of Christian work, good. Ho takes a
hopeful viow of tho progress of God's
kingdom in tho bounds of tho Walhalla
circuit. 'I'lle. pressing needs of tho hour
are moro mon and moro money to push
forward tho gospol of Christ.
I'rof. NCNOIII'M I.rcluro.
According to tho announcement m ad o
In Tun CoUttlKH, I'rof. G. K. Nosom,
Veterinary Surgeon at Clemson Collogo,
lectured in tho Court Houso at Walhalla
last Saturday at 11 o'clock A. M. A good
.lumber of Oconco's citizens had assom
bled to liston to tho discourse, and Prof.
Vcsoni spoko for an hour and a half,
touching upon tho various d'moaBca of
lloraos and oattlo, the contagious tondoncy
>! diseases common to dumb brutes and
tho possibility of human hoings contract
ing disoaso from thom. His looturo was
attentively listened to. It was a (realise
From which all in tho audience wiio have
tho caro of animals could draw much
valuable information. Wo rogrot that
thoro woro not moro of our farmors pros
In tho afternoon Prof. Nosom gavo his
Attention to tho i i eat mimi of a number
at nudes and horses that lind boon
brought for examination. Ho had sovo
ral very Intrioato operations io perform
rm tho oyos and other dollcato parts. He
made those operations quickly ami with
out pain to tho animals. Ono of tho moat
iliiheult operations porforinod was thc
nutting of a largo wen from tho nock of
Mr. W. II, Thrift's mulo. Tho flesh wat
laid bare around the disensod part and
thowon removod without pain.
No charges woro mada for thoso sor
vicoB. Prof. Nc.?om had with him novoral
students from Clemson, who assisted
ill tllO opei al ion:;.
It was vory much regretted that Presi
dent Hart/.og was not proaoiit. On
us amid of tho meeting of tho board ol
t? ?ateos it was Impossible for him to bc
^rt???& CANDY CATHARTIC .
WliptUl nS?'liHl?U?- Hrr?iciii.
Hov. A rt hm Cralno -viii proaoh IP ?ho
Walhalla Baptist church OP Sunday, tho
20th of Maroh, 1800, morning and night.
Howlit aleo proaoh on tho flint Sunday
in April, tnoruiug and night The public
aro IU'I rited to attond.
The Newburyport (Maas.) Herald, of
Maroh 10th, Baya: "At tho mooting of
Company L, Massachusetts Naval Bri
endo, hold at the armory. Monday overl
ing, Mr. Goorgo P. Peckham was elected
Ensign." Mr. Peokham' is tho only son
of Mr. George H. Pookham, Superintend
ent of the Walhalla Cotton Mills. The
position to which Mr. Pookham has boon
elooted ia a vory honorable ono, and ono,
too, IL willoh merit roooivos its just
row ard. _ _
iii'.;. ?u??MiiOl Coi ii.oi. I'lu'iono'io, lu..
makes tho atatoment that sho caught
oold, which settled on her lungs; sho
wa? treated for a nionth by her family
physioian, but grow worso. He told hor
sho waa a hopeless victim of consump
tion and t hat no med ici no could euro hor.
Uer druggist suggostod Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption; sho bought
a bottle and to hor delight found horsolf
benefited from the first doBO. She con
ti tined ?U? use and after taking six bott lea
found horsolf sound aud well ; now does
her own housowork and is na woll ns sho
ovor was. Freo trial bottles of this groat
discovery nt J. W. Boll's, Walhalla, W.
J.?Lunnoy's, Sonoca, and II. B. .Zimmor
mau,8,.Westmin8ter, drug stores. Largo
l bottles 50 cenia and fd.OtX
Delighted with Westminster.
WKBTMINSTKK, Maroh 14. - Mossrs.
Editors: AB pastor-oleot of tho Westmin
ster Presbyterian ohuroh. I onmo with
my family to this quiet little town, so
"beautifni for situation," about tho mid
dle of last month. After hoing most
pleasantly entertained by Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Llttlo, wo moved on tho following
day into tho recently acquired Presbyte
rian manso, which IB located very cou- j
voniontly near to tho ohuroh. lo our'
delight tho deacons and tho ladies, in
anticipation of our coming, lind bright
ened up 'he manse within, and before WO
had timo to got hungry.a wagon oamo to
our door with provisions in variety and
abundant'", With a convenient manso
and largo grounds, surrounded by tho j
best of neighbors, and with a thought
ful, considerate and appr?ciai i vo congre
gation, wo aro glad wo aro boro, and for
BO muon kindness shown un, wo aro
grateful to Cod and tho good pooplo of
I nm oxpeoted to proaoh in town on tho
first, second and fourth Sabbath morn
ings at ll o'olook, mid on tho second,
third and fourth ovoulngs at 7..'><>. On
thc third Sabbath morning I nm ox peet ed
to proaoh at Rotroat and on tho first Sab
bath afternoon at 8.80 nt Oak Grove. To
all tllOBO BOT Vicos 1 desire to extend,
through our ooqnty paper, a cordial Invi
tation to tho community, I
Vory sincerely, S. I/. WILSON:
Rov. E. Edwards, pastor of tho Eng
lish Baptist church at M i mo s v il lo, Pa.,
when still erjiig with rheumatism, was
advised to try Chamberlain's Pain Hahn.
Ho says; "A fow applications of this
liniment proved of great sorvlco to mo.
It subdued tho inflammation and re
lieved tho nain. Should any sufforor pro
lit by giving Pain Hahn a trail it will
please mo." Por salo by J. W, Boll,
Walhalla; W. J. Lim.my, Seneca, and II.
H. Zimmerman, Westminster.
Loug Creek items.
LOMO CHEEK, S. C., March 14.-Wo aro
thankful to tho good Lord that tho furious
storm which visitad our oom muility re
cently did HO serious damage.
I suppose thoro aro moro rusty farm
ing toolB now than thoro havo noon In
tho memory of tho present generation.
You nil know tho ronson why.
It is generally believed that tho con
tract systoin of working tho public roads
will bo cheaper and tho roads will bo
kopt up bottor on an average tho yoar
round than boforo.
Wo aro awaro of tho fact, that Prof. J.
W. Roynolds, our otllciont toachor of tho
Long Crook school, has advanced his
students remarkably well in their studios
and baa mado a favorable impression on
tho prtrc "8 of tho Behool.
Tho school will close Saturday, March
25th, and thoro will bo an exhibition,
COllsiBtillg of speeches and dialogues,
snob as wo all should bo glad to soo our
children partaking of. Thorn will also
bo music, and clowns to mako everything
lively and humorous. Exorcisos will he
gin at2 o'clock P. M. Everybody como.
Success to tho CouitlKn.
(Jus C. AttVE,
constitution undermined by ex
travagance in eating, by disre
garding the laws of nature, or
physical capital all gone, if so,
Tutt's Liver Pills will cure yon.
For sick headache, dyspepsia,
sour stomach, malaria, torpid
liver, constipation, biliousness
and all kindred diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pills
an absolute cute.
Tun A i.oo, March 18.-Mr. Marshall
Wiley and mothor visited relatives near
Westminster last Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. J, 1). Sheldon, of near Fair l'lay,
is very ill. Wo hopo sho will soon bo
MlBBOB fannie mid V eda .Sheldon visitod
tho Misses Reardon last Saturday and
Mrs. Pauline MeJunkin, of Toccoa,
Ga., and hor nicco, Miss Marlo Pertoot,
of near Washington, visited frionds ami
relative;! boro last wook. Hopo to soo
thom back soon.
Mr. Krank Cannon and Misses Rosa
and Amanda Boeder and Maud Hurriss
visitod tho Misses Tompkins last Sunday
afternoon. Thoy report a nico timo.
Mr. aiid Mrs. Ciando Little, of West
minster, visited tho Misses Sheldon last
Wo aro vory sony to know of Miss
Alma Brown's illness. Sho ls very low,
but wo hopo sho will soon bo woll.
Mr, Russel Boardon was soon riding
through thia community Sunday after
noon on a "cyclo." Ci.KKK.
Farmers' Alliance to Meet.
Tho next regular quarterly mooting of
tho Oconoo County Farmers' Alliance
will ho hold at Fairview Academy on
Friday, April 14th, at ll o'clock a. m.
JOHN L. SMITH, President.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
This remedy is intended especially foi
coughs, cohls, croup, whooningcough
mid iniluoii/.a. It lins become famous for
'ts euros of these disoasos, overa largo
part of tho civilized world. Tho most
Hat lei inp, testimonials have boon received
giving accounts of its good works; of
tho aggravating mid persistent, coughs it
bas curod; of snvero colds that havo
yielded promptly to its soothing oflcots,
and of tho dangerous attacks of croup lt
has cured, often laving tho lifo of tho
child. Tho oxtoiiBivo uso of lt for whoop
cough lins shown that it robs that dis
ease of all dangorous consequences. Sold
hy J. W. Boll, Walhalla; W. J. Lim noy,
Sonoca, and IL B. Zimmerman, West
_- - --
Conter Township Ponsion Board will
moot nt Oakway, S. C., on Tuesday,
March 21?t, at 12 o'olock M. for tho pur
pose of revising (/'enter Township pon
don roll mid considering now applica
tions for pensions in sahl township. Old
pensi?nela rtd?l lOpOlt eil hei Li poison
ur by lotter or proxy.
W. T. BKAUDKN, Chairman,
CONDttOX?O MV A. b. OOSSKTT.
WKSTMINBTKH, March 15.-Tho Arab
quarterly conforeuoo o? tho Westmin
ster circuit will convene, at ^aearoth On
next Sa*urday and Sunday, March 18
and lt). Hov. J. H. Wilson, tho presid
ing oidor, ls expected to be presont on
both days. '. .
Dedicatory sorviooswero hold in the
Christian church last Suuday afternoon.
Thoy dedicated their pretty ' communion
?ct, which ia a donation of a- Seneca
lady, to tho'sorvlco of God.
Dr. W. K. Harris, having boen com
nolled to roturn to Waterloo, bid his
Westminster friends good-bye last Mon
day. During his stay of about throe
months ho was vory successful lu curing
tho sick neoplo that received hie atten
tion, lim sta'y among us was out short
on account of tho death of a relativo,
Who was taking ?m? of hi* two mother
Miss Codie Parkor tteated, her friend!)
to a "pound party" ou Friday evonlng
last in honor of tho sixteen!h anni ver
Hary of her birthday, which was on Mon
thly followiug. Miss Codie's veupoet in
inviting guosts was unlimited, All
sizes woro invited and nearly all canto.
About ten o'olook tho fostivo board was
?uti rounded by moro than fifty guests.
Fruits, oandios, oakes, otc., in groat
abuiubmco, woro at '.heir disposal. Miss
Codie sparod no pains in ontertaiulng all
and sho deBorvos thankB for kindness
and couvteBioB shown on this occasion.
Tho road ovor tho Brown Hill has boon
greatly improved. Mr. J. J. Haloy, who
supervised tho working of it by convict
labor, finished work thoro last wook.
It's a good job and is muoh appreciated
by tho travoling public. Tho road was
Qliangod some in ordor to avoid tho
stoop places. On both sides of tho hill
tho road has boon put in good condition.
Wo had tho pleasure recently of form
ing an acquaintance with Kev. Patrick
H. Mears, tho now pastor of tho Chris
tian church. Ho spout last week among
his Hook boro. Hu is a nativo of Collo
ton county, but ie making his hoadquar
tors in tho upper part of tho Stato at
present. He has two other pastorates
besides tho ono at Westminster. Mr.
Mears is a vory gonial follow, jud i sh ed in
mu mon. and wo hopo to soo and know
moro of him In tho future
Mr. and Mrs. Ciando Ll ttl o visited tho
family of Mr. W? H. Sheldon, at Tugaloo,
tho first of this wook.
Mr. Hugh Torroll was at Mount Airy,
Ga., Friday and Saturday to seo his sis
tor, Mrs. Kohols.
Mr. Walter Khyno accompanied h?B
Bister, Mrs. Gray, on her roturn to West
minster last wook and will malte hi?
homo hore for sometime. He is at tho
residence of IIIB brother-in-law, Mr. W.
C. Peden and is rapidly improving in
Wo understand Dr. Harris intend;', to
make a trip back to Westminster about
tho first of Juno. It in useless to stato
the object of his prospectivo visit, for
every ono (?nows what happens to tho
unmarried, tho widows and .widowors,
after thoy stay in our town awhile
Mr. W. L. Little, travoling salesman
for John 13. Daniels, druggist, Atlanta,
and a mo m bor of tho firm of Claude Lit
tle & Co., of this place, was mai ried on
tho nth Instant to Miss Magglo Norris, of
Taledega, Ala. Tho groom ls woll
Tho portion of tho roof that was lifted
from tho brick building on tho cornor of
Main and Augusta st roots by tho wind
storm, han not yet boon replaced, and
the floors below aro hoing immersed.
Tho business of tho post of?ico has to bo
transacted in tho store of Mason &
Mr. C. C. Simpson, of tho county, has
moved hero to educato his children,
A NARROW ESCAPE.
Thankful words wrltton by Mrs. Ada
E. Hart, of Groton, S, D. : "Was taken
with a had cold whloh sottled on my
lrv.Ts; ca up, h sot in and finally terminated
in consumption. Four doctors gavo mo
up, saying I oould live but a short timo.
I gavo mysolf up to my Saviour, dotor
mined if I could not stay with my frionds
on earth I would meet, my absout ones
aqovo. My husband WOB advised to got
Dr. King's Now Discovery for consump
tion, ooughs and colds. I gavo it a trial:
took in all eight bottles. It has cured
me, and thank God I am savod and now
a well and healthy woman," Trial bot
ties freo at J. W. Hell's, Walhalla; W. J.
Luunoy's, Seneca; II. H. Zimmerman's,
Westminster, drug stores. Hognlar size
i)0 couts and $1.00. Guaranteed or price
CONDUOTKD BY MISS HARV H. SWANN.
SKNKOA, March 14.-Mrs. M. W. Colo
man has roturncd to Seneca, aftor visit
ing several placos in tho Stato. As pre
sident of tho Stato F?deration of Wo
man's Clubs, BIIO has boon with a num
ber of clubs, has scoured other clubs to
nnito with tho Federation at tho annual
meeting to be hold at Chcstor, and has
received from club mombors many books
to bo used toward establishing a travol
Miss Elolso Sloan spent, Saturday and
Sunday at hor homo in Pendleton.
Mr. I). A. Smith, Jr.. of Walhalla, was
lu town Sunday.
Miss Hibben Phillips loaves this wook
for New York, whoro BIIO oxpeots to so
led au unusually protty stock of goods
for tho spring and Bummer.
Professor John ti. MoWhortor, of Fair
Play, was in town last wcok.
Miss llosa Wolch, of Petersburg, Ten
nessee, is spending a while with lier sis
tor, Mrs. L. C. (haig.
Miss Fannie Crisp, of Walhalla, has
boon visiting her friend, Miss Stella Flu
Mr. Louis M. Jordan wont to Union
last week, and rot ni nine (Saturday
stopped at Spartanburg, 'Whore he at
tended tho concerts at Convorso Collogo.
Miss Lena Gaillard, of Pendleton, is at
Mrs. J. W. Stribllng's.
Dr. and Mrs. IC. C. Doylo spout ono day
of last week at Pondloton.
Mr. T. M. Lowory wont to Andorson
Thoro was a party at tho homo of Dr.
G. L. Martin Friday ovoning.
Tho first quarterly conforonco of tho
Soneoa and Walhalla station will bo
hold at tito Methodist church boro Mon
day afternoon, Maroh 20th, at half past
Hov. J. H. Wilson, tho now presiding
older of tho Greonvlllo District, will
preach nt tho Methodist church noxt
Monday night. Hoi? ?aid to bo an. ex
cellent preacher, and it is hoped ho may
have a large congregation.
Master Frank Huffman wont to Pol xor
S. P. Wakefield, who was, for a num
ber of yoars, a successful colored mer
chant hero, has moved to Spartanburg,
whore he ls engaged In merchandising.
Niiic-tontliB of tho nervousness, Irrita
bility and had temper lu woman is mei ely
a symptom of ill-health-ill health of tho
delicate ano sensitivo organism that
makes hor a woman. If sho ls over
worked or ovor worried, tho effect will
show itsolf there Hist. Thoro is no uso
taking harmful and deadly narcotics for
nervousness and sleoplossnosfl. It will
leavo tho body in a worso condition than
it was before Tho way to effect a euro
is to remove tho cause Dr. Pioroo's
Favorito Prosoription will do lt. It has
cured tens of thousands of casos of fe.
malo wonkness mid uorvousnesB. It is a
most wondorfnl invigorating nervino or
nervo food. It brings sound, healthy
sloop, and restores tho glow and boom of
health. It is tho only medicino now bo
fore tho public for woman's peculiar ail
ments, adapted to hor dolieato organiza
tion by a regularly graduated physloian
an experienced and skilled specialist in
these maladies. It cannot do harm In
any condition of tho system. Its Bales
oxecod tho combined sales of all other
medicines for women. Tho story of its
discovory and wondorfnl success is told
in ono part of Dr. Piorco's groat thou
sand pago hook, "Common Sonso Medical
Advisor." which will ba sent freo on ro
colnt of '2i one-cent stamps to pay for
mailing only. World's Dispensary Medi
cal Association, No. OOH Malu Street,
Buffalo, N. Y.
THAT no ono remedy caa contala the
elements necessary to euro all dlseao
, os. ls a fact welt known to s?*?T.?.
Dr. MI los' System ot Restorative Ile .-codie s
consists Ol Kevon distinctively different
preparations, each for its own purpose.
Mn. L, O. bramley, 87 Henry St., tst. Oath?
orines, Ontario, writes:- "For years I suf
fered from ext reine uer voe sn ess and annoy?
lng constipation, developingiirtopalpitatloa
and wonkness of tho heart. I was unable to
sleep, suffered much f .-mn headache, pain in
my loft side, palpitation and a constant
fooling of woaknoss and prostration. I began
using Dr. Milos' Nervino. Heart' Cure and
Nervo and Liver Pills and the Antl-Paiu
Pills to relieve sudden paroxysms of pain
and headache. I soon felt much improved
and tho patna and ochoa ar d weariness left
mo. I thon took Dr. Miler' Bcstorativo
Tonio and am now restored to my former
Dr. Miles' ltomcdloaIMiy Pi*^?ffl
aro sold by all drug-Kjv 3*B
gists ander o positive .v"'e*
guarantee, first bottlo RRonHOtllOSS
bonoflts or money re-Sk o??*i*?^?
funded. Hook ou dis- K. Vf ??T SBA
oases of tho boart undBjfi/y ea vii^B
norves freo. Address) (ENBB&4?MH9
DH. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind, i
RlOHliAMO, March lil.--Prof. W. E.
Dendy, of Yorkvillo, having boon sum
moued homo on account of tho illness of
his father, is boro for an indefinite longth
Mr. Noll SHgh has roturnod from a
briof sojourn in Alabama.
Major G. Shanklin was at homo Bun
Miss Ida Wright, who has boon with
tho family of Mr. W. D. Stribling for a
pei iod of sovoral montliB, loft yesterday
Mr. J. J. Davis is fast recovering from
? nevero injury caused by a fall during
tho recent snow,
Mr. T. II. Dondy's condition is still
such as to excito tho grave concorn of lils
Messrs. S. 1?. and S. K. Dendy, of Wal
halla, spent .Sunday with tholr brother,
Mr. T. li. Dendy.
Mrs. Hattie Edwards and Mr. Ed.
Pickett attondod sorvlco at tho WoBtmlu
ator Presbyterian ohuroh Sunday.
1...1S. M. E. Kennell is again nt homo,
after having snout sovoral months among
relatives in EdgoJlold and ot li er portions
of tho State.
Miases (Millson, Cox n.-.d Ballongci' and
Mr. E. GilHson wore guests of Mrs. lt. H.
Smithson, at Westminster, Saturday and
Misses Carrlo and Fannie Kenny, of
Piedmont, aro visiting tholr cousin, Miss
ida Dendy. WII.HKI.MWA.
Dr. Plorco's Pleasant Pellets aro for
nothing in tho world but to koop the
bowels rogular, tho stomach freo from
gas and formontalion, and the livor aotivo.
Tho ilorcost tornado ovor known In tho
vicinity of Birmingham, Ala., visitod tim
town of A 'nodule, on tho outskirts of
that oity, Wednesday morning at ilvo
o'clock. Many parsons were injured,
ono perhaps fatally. Twenty residences,
tinco chun lies sud two machine shops
Before tho weather gots too warm ls
tho timo to got your sowing dono, and
now is tho time to visit our Btoros and
get choice of tho many Now doods wo |
are daily receiving.
Now Porcales, :t(l inches wido, at 8, 101
and 12} couts.
Pino Fronoh Madras Cloth, 10 and 12}
Now Stylo Ginghams, fi, 7 and 10 couts.
Welt Pique, in all colors, 10, 16 and 20
couts-tho coming "fad" of tho season.
White Goods DeptMt.
Our Whlto Goods Department ls well
worth your attention.
Tho most beautiful Sheer Lawns at 7,
10 and 12} oonts and up.
Chocked Dimities and Muslins In groat]
Can also glvo you Whlto Goods In
remnants at oxactly half pilco. Noto
this, ladles. 'Tis what you want for tho]
Wo aro showing nomo oxcollont values I
In Taffota, Silks, black and colors, at 501
cents por yard.
Beautiful Changeable Silks at 85 couts,
and tho "Old Lansdown Silk," 0/Ps
wldo, for only $1, Ono and ono-half
yards of ibis makes a waist.
Hosnies tho extensive lino of V ? h
Goods wo can show a nico lino of
Woolen Fabrics, all at popular prices.
Wo want ovory man, woman and ohild
to visit our storo this spring and soo
what wo carry, and how many goods a
little money will buy.
And "yo landlords" thnt havo yot
bought no Guano, como and seo us; wo
omi and will soil you ono of tho groatost
and boat Fortili/.ors, used by all tho best
farmors, at prices that v, Ul snrprlso you.
It is "Bluo Hldgo Guano" and "Cotton
Hoed Meal and Acid."
SENECA, S, Q,
i EL ?i?X&iiiS?fp
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^1^^^ ^^^^^^^ j^^^fl ^^^^^^^^
.''. Atty FERTILIZERS aro BETTER and OHEAPE? than ovor boforo.
I havo tho beat on the market.
In this, etty has soon tho advertisement of tho
famous R & Q Corset In the Ladies' Homo Jour
nal, Munsey's, Delineator or nome oilier Mareil
magazine, and know?, thoroforo, soiuo of tho import^
ant fact? about "tho Corset that d?os not nt retch."
Wo have in stock a good linc of K ? tt Cor
sets and Will bo pleased to show them to tho "ono
woman lu seven"--and to tho other six women also.
Tho now It & G uumbor 5107-tho short-long oor
sot, is ono of our most popular style?, and sells at
tho popular ouo dollar price.
C. W. PITCHFORD
AT N I ELD'S
A LOT OF
MEN'S AND BOY'S
Also ail kinds of Farm and Garden
Implements to swap for Cash or Coun
OWL BRAND AND OTHER FER
TILIZERS ALWAYS ON HAND
AT THE LOWEST PRICES..
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This is to notify you that wo aro ready to ?avo you money, if you will call
?and BOO us. "If you wait too late, you must ?uroly meet your fato."
Wo have just received a nico lino of now Shoes of all kinds, and if you Rhould
wait too lato, tho othor follow may got tho pair you want. Just think a moment.
Wo will soil you a nico black or tan Shoo worth (1,60 for only 08 couts. Wo will
not lake space to men! iou our many othor bargains in Shoes, but promise you that
all our Shoos aro "bargains" at tho vory low pri?e wo will ask for thom.
Our now Hat? havo just como also, and you should soo thom. It would sur
prise you to soo tho Hat that wo can soil you for 07 couts. Why pay (1.40 or $1.G0
for a Sunday Hat, when you can get it fo/ 1)7 couts.
Wo also havo a fow moro all wool Suits loft. Now is tho timo to buy while
Ithoy aro going at such low prices. Wo still havo a fow moro $5 Suits soiling for
I $3.05. Como if you ovor oxpoot to need ono.
Do you need aStovo, or do you ncod a Sowing Machino, ordo you need both?
If so, now ift tho timo to buy thom, and wo aro tho pcoplo to buy them from. Wo
can convinco you of this fact, if you will only pri?e thom.
Don't forgot that wo always load prices on Orocorios. lu fact, aftor consid
ering tho low pri?e of cotton, scarcoty of tho "dollar", we have decided to divide
our prollts with tho poonta. Wo know wo can't make as much, but our motto is,
"To livo and lot livo." Do not wait too lato, but como now.
J. & J. S. CAUTER, CARTER MERCHANDISE CO.,
WESTMINSTER, S- U.
lr. G. C. Probst,
Walhalla, S. C.
I Ofllco two Doors East of Bank,
HOURS : H.?IO A. M. TO 11?. M. AND 2 TO O
Mr.roh 21, 1808.
DI ff. F.
Seneca, S. C.
-OFPIOB DAYS -
MONDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
OF EACH WEEK.
May 10, 1808.-ly
W. H. HESTER, Manager.
Popular Bummer and Winter Resort
specie 1 attention to tho comfort of guests
Commodious Room?. ' Elogant Faro.
Palmetto Livery and Sale Stahles,
SENECA, s. c.
I. 1). FINOANNON, PnopniRTon.
A-ND it will toll you that wo will
havo an carly Spring.
Good Friday como? in March this
Wo havo just received a now stock of
GARDEN SEEDS of all kind?.
Wo aro solo agents for May'? cele
brated SEEDS AND FLOWERS.
Como and look at them. We havo a
largo supply and want to sell you what
you want. Como oarly boforo they aro
SK Nf EC A, S. C.
Tolophonc call, 1 long..
Fancy toams and volit?lo? at all times,
day or night. Pri?e? loasonablo.
Oh, that Pain !
Call In at Dr. J. W. Roll's Drug Storo,
I toll him "whero it is at" and let him
I givo you what you need.
I You may not know what yon want, but
? lio can toll you.
PURE, FRESH DRUGS AL WA VS
Pros si I pl ions carofully and accinatolv
compounded, day or night.
FULL UNE FANCY GOODS, CIGARS,
TOBACCOS, CANDIES, ETC.
J? Wi BELL.
COLEMAN & SLOAN, at seneca, s. c.,
havo ?old all their Kurili turo, but have a
nico lot of COFFINS AND CASKETS
loft which they offer at price? much ICSH
than they nro usually sold at. They
wont togo out of tho business.
February 28, 1800. 8 Imo
Staple & Fancy Groceries
WALHALLA, 8. <J,
FRUITS AT ALL SEASONS.
Cash or barter for Poultry and Bf ,'(s.
Bakery furnishes Fresh Dread and (Jakes.
f?ff" Lonchos served at all hours.
d". J. ANSEL7;
Furniture of nil Hinds;
Collins ntul OuHkots.
Sfr?f" Prices to suit tho time?. ?JjTJl