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r.r> EVERY THUHOOAY MORNING.
.OH, SMITH <% QT KOK.
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ft3?f" Obituary notices aud tributos of
respect, of not Over ono hundred words,
will bo printed freo of ohnrgo. AU over
that number must bo paid for at thu rato
of ono cont a word. Cash to accompany
manuscript.
MRS. JOHN SMITH NO GOOD IN LAW.
Judge Watta ruled, on trial of a womau
at Columbia last Monday, that a ranrrlod
wornou^s given ?arno, and not that of bor
husband,, must bo set forth iu indict
s meuts for orlnio. Mrs. John Smith is
"nb good" in law; it must bo Mrs. Juno
??M| Smith, or other given nanio. Why should
not a woman liavoa right to h?rnerne,
anyhow? In thoso days' of woman's
rights it ls passing strange that a South
dardina solicitor could bo so far bohind
the times as te supposo that Jano Smith
could bo convicted as Mrs. John Smith.
It would bo justas much in kcoplug with
the spirit of tito ago to indict tho hus
band an Mr. Jano Smith. At noy rato,
Judge Watta was right in hooping tho
In legal nomenclature
GS MAKE A RIGHT.
3d from Columbia that
al's bondsmen will fight
om thom on tho ground
authorities know of his
Superintendent of tho
1 mado no offort to stop
IOVOI defenso, and pro
Inclplo that two wrongs
Fhoy would doubtless bo
.1 liability, by fair moans
their principal and his
o" with all their ill got
iordlng to their thoory
tho safer, as well as tho
mtlomon, such a dofonso
ho tost of tho logal any
I of tho moral codo,
tes government, through
?m?uiL^ftto l)?i>artmont. has asked, at tho
Mtth? Italian consul at Chnrloa
Bfeudgmont of tho Federal
'of ('antoni, of Charleston,
i paid, and begging that
?given to tho matter at once.
HWstato is moroly practicing dilatory
?.'/(ctiea.
il'iiK Now England colton milla have
vanced ?ho wages of operatives ton per
it, mid thoro^bypnt tliom on tho sched
ifc effcot boforo tho reduction in tlio
ing of 1808. It is ostimnted that tho
?onso affcots 140,000, hands employed
mills.
j.Attornoy General has decided that
|o)Vybl election .ia to a special levy
v/!>.o pay taxes and who have
?n tliO district prior to January lat
Sweers and Members of Camp Haskell,
United Confederate Veterans.
ill pienso take notice that a
mooting of your-Camp is horoby
' y?hl in Westminster, H. C.,
'. li'tth April instant, at l'?
nSuHK^fflothopurpoKo of appointing
and a sponsor to represent us
nnual general rounion of U. C. Y.
BfiSsi South, at Charleston, S. C., on
10th lo loth proximo, and also to
WRpud to any other business proper for
jmff.meenhg. A full attondanoe ia de
li Tho following comrades aro appointed
tb solicit supplies to bo foi warden to tho
commissary at Charleston :
For Westminster- B. II. Cross and M.
A. Terrell.
For Walhalla-V. F. Martin and S. K.
Dendy.
For Wost Union-W. A. Strother.
3. P. DKNDY,
K Commander.
fi
Women Should Know lt.
Many women Buffer untold agony and
misery bocauso tho nature of their dis
easo ?B not correctly understood. They
have beon led to beliovothat womb trou
ble or foinalo weakness of sonic sort is
responsible for tho many ills that besot
womankind.
Nouralgia, nervousness, headache,
puny or dark oiroios under tho eyes,
rheumatism, a drugging pain or dull
aoho in tho back, weakness or bearing
down sonsaiion, profuso Ol' scanty supply
of urine, with strong odor, frequent do
dire to pass it, with scalding or burning
sensation, sediment in it after standing
in bottle or common glass for twenty-four
hours, aro signs of kidney and bladdor
trouble
Tho above symptoms aro often attrib
uted by tho patient herself or by hor
physician to fcmalo weakness or womb
trouble Heneo so many tail to obtain
roliof, bocauso they aro treating, not tho
discaso itflolf, but a reflection of tho pri
mary cause, willoh is'kidney trouble
i In fact, women as well ns mon aro
mado misorablo with kidnoy and bladdor
trouble, and both need tho saine remedy.
Dr. Kilmor's Swamp Koot is the great
discovory of tho eminent kidnoy and
bladdor specialist, and ia easy to got at
any drug Htoro for llfty cents or ono dol
lar.
To provo its wondorful merits you may
have a snmplo bottle and book tolling all
fcboatilt. U?ii?? neut absolutely freo by
pontlon Tim KKOWBK
? your address to Dr.
bnmton, N. V.
Farmers' Alllanco.
"tho Hinno timo very
^resolutions, Hays tho Her
itor, was passed at tho
ton, Ohio, County
lt week, as follows:
moors'' instituto, for
bars, has boon passing
regulating overytbing, from
affairs to tito national banking
?onoy syatom; and,
roas, Wo have observed that tho
Lcomo and go without any Bpoolal
to our individuality, and that
lins fall upon tho just mid unjust,
fnd in spito of our protesta that trusts
bavo boon formed to control tho prices
and output of everything under the sun,
from pig Iron to chowing gum; thoro
foro, bo it
"Hosolvod 1. Tnat for this yoai wo will
allow the government to bo administered
"jy tho duly elected and sworn officers.
''2. That wo will produco the largest
_^>osslblo on our farms, at a mini
"cbst, and soil thom for tho highest
3S obtainable.
That we will vote according to the
ites of our individual eonsoioncos."
-...i i ...o?.
f?ou know that tired fooling Is oxcocd
w|y disngrooablo. What is far bettor,
pou may know, by a fair trial, that Hood's
waaparllla ontlroly cures it.
Hood's Fills euro nntisen, sick head
ache, biliousness, indigestion. Frico 25c.
Very Heavy Ra?as from July 1, 1898, to
April 1, 1899.
Wo ore indebted to Prof: J. P. C. DuP/c,
of donison College, for tbo following
statistics, showing the rainfall from 1892
to April 1,1899:
Mouths 1893. 1803. UW. 1809. 1890. 1897. 1898. 1899.
Jan.
Fob_
.Mulch..
April..
M nv....
Juno...
July. ..
Aug....
Sept....
Oct
Nov....
Doo_
6.08
8.03
3.13!
2.01
3.10
10.66
0.08
4.41
6.18
0.61
4.46
3.08
2.00
8.13
2.24
3.41
3.82
6.38
1.03
2.07
4.17
8.89
2.05
1.87
6.20
4.76
2.03
1.93
308
4.71
0.21
3.91
2.74
3.10
0.81
0.40
8.21
2.09
6.90
662
4.31
4.99
1.30
7.22
0.13
1.22
2.77
4.77
Total... ?63.39]40.70?-i0.29|48.49?60.23|42.50|49.8C|21.21
4.19
6.19
1.09
0.92
4.67
1.94
11.28
1.02
0.21
1.88
7.66
1.69
8.72
0.03
6.89
6.01
0.46
2.60
2.97
2.23
1.60
4 31
3.38
3.22
8.9)
0.83
8.84
8.02
0.99
1.70
8.89
7.91
6.62
6.91
3.01
3.68
6.01
7.93
7.70
Avorago rainfall for aovon years, 47.20
inoho8.
Rainfall from January 1, 1809, to April
1, 1800, 21.24 inohoa.
Rainfall for same porlod iu 1898, 8.08
inohoa.
From July 1, 1808, to April 1, 1809,
60.10 inohoa.
From July 1, 1807, to April 1, 1898,
25.72 iuohoa. Roapootfully,
J. F. C. DoPiiB,
Voluutory Obsorver.
Rhoumatism Cured.
My wif--> han used Chamberlain's Foin
13alm for rheumatism with groat roliof,
and I can roeommoud it as a aploudid
liniment for rheumatism abd othor
houaohold uso for which wo havo found
it valuable-W. J. Cuylor, Rod Crook,
Now York.
Mr. Cuylor is ouo of tho loading mor
obants of thia villago and enc of the
most prominent mon in thia vioinity.
W. G. Phtppin, Editor, Red Crook Her
ald. For salo by J. W. Bell, Walhalla;
H. B. Zimmerman, Wostminstor; W. J.
Lunney, Sonooa.
Kidnapped In Kansas City.
KANSAS CITY, MO., April 3.-Samuel
Jacobs reported to tho polioo to-day that
his three-year-old son bad boon stolon.
Last night Jacobs and his wife wont
across tho street to visit a siok woman.
They loft tho baby asloop. Whon thoy
roturnod homo thoy found tho baby orib
empty with tho bod clothes thrown over
tho footboard as if sonio oiio had hastily
gathorcd up tho child. Tho motbor bo
came hysterical and tho fathor searched
tho promises, but no trace of tho baby
could bo found. Tho polioo believe tho
boy was kidnapped.
Gloanlngs from Oakway.
' OAKWAY, April 4.-Rev. Dr. Clayton,
of Central, S. C., Ulled his regular ap
pointment at tho Oakway Wesleyan
chuioh Sunday morning.
Rov. W. 8. Hamitor proaohod at tho
Oakway Presbyterian church last Sunday
Afternoon.
Prof. J. S. Jennings will preach at
tho Now Rotbol Rantist church noxt
Sunday morning, April 0th; at ll o'clock.
Subject: "Am I my brother's keopor?"
Prof. and Mrs. J. S. Jointings enter
tained a number of little folks at Oak
way Sunday morning with au Kastor ogg
Inuit.
Miss Lucy Harris, who has been visit
ing relatives at this placo, roturnod to
lier homo at Townvillo Sunday.
Mr. Victor Jones, of Newry, visited
Iiis brothor, Mr. Walker Jones, ut Rov.
L M. McGuire's, Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Dobbins, of
iVlpino, S. C., visited Mr. Spearman Dob
bins, at this placo, Saturday night.
Miss Hattie Rrown was tho guest of
ho Misses Reardon Saturday night.
Misses M innie Patterson, Selma Marott
md Hertha Kubanks visited Miss Jodio
Ilaloy Sunday.
Auditor J. P. Keeso, of Walhalla, was
daking frionds at this placo Sunday.
Mr. Henry Ruins, ono of our bravo
)oys who volunteered in tho 2d South
karolina regiment, is at homo on a ton
lays' furlough.
Miss Annie Haley, who has boon
caching school at Retreat, roturnod to
mr homo at this placo Sunday.
Mr. N. H. McGuire, of Newry, visited
lis uncle, Rev. J. M. McGuire, Saturday
tight.
Rev. R. L. Nelson and Mr. Sam Burriss
vorshipped at this placo Sunday aftor
lOOll.
Mr. L. A. Kd wards is in Florida this
veok.
Mr. A. Reardon has a very Uno pioco
if wheat on his farm. Mr. Reardon is
mo of our thrifty farmers and knows
low to raise his supplies at homo.
FniBNDS.
If tho Coming of Baby
io contemplated by misgivings, worry
,nd fear instead of joy and satisfaction,
to motbor can givo to hor child tho
[reatost of all inheritances-robust
icalth and a happy disposition, for ovon
he Romans know that tho mother's coll
idion ro achs upon her offspring.
Every woman should know what BIIO
laa Icarnod from porsonal experience,
t is this: Danmor to both mother and
iii i Iel la banished, nain is greatly lessoned,
abor is shortened, as ls also tho period
if confinement, by taking Dr. Pierce's
favorito Prescription for Homo wcoks bo
oro confinement. This wondor-working
'roscription imparts physical, montai
in / )oca! strength, lt nourishes tho
icrves, blood, brain and vitalizes tho
emiuino organism in accordance with
he laws of nal ure and common sonso.
Dots from Now Hopo.
NKW IIOPR, April 4.-Tho health of
mr community is very good.
The farmers of this section aro badly
ichind with their work.
Miss Ruth Hunnieutt, a charming
ming lady of this community, has been
laying in Seneca, dorking for Mr. E. J.
Iunnicutt while he was in tho North
electing his spring goods.
The Misses Kenn omore, of Pickens,
vere tho guests of tho Misses Morgan
ast. Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. John Burris, a handsome young
?ont of Pickons, was circulating among
ds friends last Sunday. Wo don't know
ds business. Guess Homo of tho girls
EllOW.
Rev. C. Ii. (haig has closed tho Fair
ies school on account of tho illness of
lia wifo.
Supervisor J. M. Hunnieutt passed
brough this community this morning
n his way to tho mountains to bunt up
he convicts. Ho is almost a stranger to
ds homo folks. Wo aro afraid ho will
ecomo a convict himself, for ho bas a
arder time than thoy do.
Mr. R. ll. A Inlander left for Piedmont
his morning on business.
SNAKK IN TIIK GUASS.
"A wold to tho wiso is sufllciont" and
word from thc wiso should be sufll
lont, but you ask, who aro tho wiso?
'hose who know. Tho oft repeated ox
orionco of trustworthy poraons may bo
ftken for knowledge Mr. W. M. Tony
nys Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives
otter satisfaction than any othor in tho
larket. Ho has been in thc drug bust*
ess at Elk ton, Ky., for twolvo years;
as sold hundreds of bottles of this
nmcdy and nearly all other cough modi
Inoa manufactured, which shows con
luaivoly that Chamberlain's is tho most
Uisfaetory to tho pcoplo, and is tho
est. For salo by J. W. Roll, Walhalla;
I. ll. Zimmormen, Westminster; W. J.
itinney, Seneca.
-- .
Husband Stabbod by Ills Wife
Joseph Brown wns stabbed to death by
ia wife, Clara, at chicago, 111., oh Mon
ay. Thoy wcro ongaged in a family
iw. Rrown tried to got a butcher knifo,
hon oho snatched tho weapon herself,
rowe raised his foot and kicked her,
nt in falling ?bo lunged forward with
io knife, striking him fairly in tho
omach. Maddened with fury and pain,
K two battled forward and baok, tho
?aband kicking and struggling and tho
if o plunging tho knifo into hor husband
itll, at the fifth blow, ho fell backward
m?,
Murder Mystery In Georgia.
.CLAJWKSVILLI?, GA,, April 8.--W. B.
Doll, for many yoara ordinary of White
county aud at present traveling for -John
H. Daniel, of Atlanta, was followed and
overtaken by J. S. Smith, a nun-chant
living near 'S?u.quo post oftloo, in thia
county, and killed with rails and rooks,
'there is said to be something hack of
the killing, but so far no arrest bas been
made ana the particulars are not known.
Mr. Smith is a prominent .man in bia
eootion. Developments aro watched for
with lutorest, ' Tho sheriff and his depu
ties havo gouo to the soone of tho kill
A Bible Riddle-Can You Solve lt 7
Ki ?ITO es KKOWKK CO um KU : Doro ls a
Ulolo riddle for your readers:
Tboro was ono of old of whom the
Bible doth record always spoke the truth
and never teni pt od tho Lord; yet lu
Christ's Kingdom ho shall uovor Bit.
Will some ono of your readors answer
lt? Z. CA nsw KM..
I was reading- an advertisement of
Chamberlain's Collo, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Komody in tho Worcester Enter
prise recently, which loads cae to write
thia. I oan truthfully aay I never used
any remedy equal to it for collo and
diai rlneu. I have novor hud to U80 moro
than ono or two doaos to ouro tho worst
caso with myself or ehildron.-W. A.
Stroud, Ponomoko City, Md. For aale
by li. B. Zliumorman, Woatinin8tor; J.
W. Boll, Walhalla; W. J. Luunoy,Sonooa.
Card of Thanks.
To.tho many kind and faithful friends
in Oe on eu county I fool vory gratoful for
tho sympathy and kindness shown mo
and my family. May poaco and pros
perity constantly attend yuu,
Respectfully.
G. W. WlLUANKS.
A Card of Thanks.
On behalf of myaolf and family I do
siro to express heartfelt thanks for
tho kind ollie es and unceasing- attention
of tho many frionda and neighbors who
ministered so toiulorly during tho pro
tracted last illness of Mrs. MOBS. To tho
esioiauB, frionda and neighbors, wo
o beon placed under high obligations
that wo novor can discharge. You hnvo
como vory uoar to UB in tho hour of be
reavement. May Hoavon's richest bless
ings rest upon ono and all.
W. W. Moss.
April ?th, 1800.
Tho Insurgents Loso Honrt.
WASHINGTON, April 8.-Tho following
cablegram hus boon reooivod at tho War
Dopnrtniont:
. "MASILLA, April 8, 1800.
"Adjutant Gonerai, washington, D. C.:
"Prosont indications denoto that tho
insurgent government ia in a porlloilS
condition, with ita army defeated, dis
Douraged and scattered. Tho Insurgents
?re ret ni lung to their bornes in tho cities
und villages between boro and point?
North of Maloloa, which our reconnoi
tering parties have reached and desiro
tho protection of tho Amoricana. Tho
news from tho Viscayan islands is moro
oncournging ovory day. OTIS."
Constablo Crawford is Imit?te,I.
COLUMBIA, S. C., A pi \ 3. -Tho grand
?my to-day brought in a truo bill for
nurdor against W. lt. Crawford, charged
villi killing Mrs. Stuart. Solicitor
Thurmond decided to throw out tho
lasos against all tho otbor constables ox
.opt Crawford. The attorneys for Craw
ord havo asked for chango of venue,
vhieh will likely bo argued noxt Mon
lay.
Killed Himself, Wife and Baby.
ALIIANY, GA., April 5.-Walter lt.
I ackson, ono of the most promino nt
'oung men of Albany, killed his wife
md three-mont hs old child, and thou
bot himself dead in his homo boro last
light. Tho dead bodies of the family
vero found this morning by a servant in
ho house who wont to Jackson's room
o call him. .hickson is supposed to
lavo murdored bis family and thou
lain himself in a lit of desperation
mused by tho loss of his position with
ho Carter it Woolfolk Warobouso and
'omniission Company. Tho crime could
mt havo been moro shocking had it
iccurred in any family in Albany. Jack
on and bis wife were among tho most
lopular young pconlo of Albany and
ivcryhody thought thoir homo life por
cctly 8orono and happy.
Waned F, Loland, proprietor of tho
Vindsur hotel, Now York, which was
Ic8troved by Uro on March 17th, died
Lprll "Ith at Hotel Grenoble. Mr. I.c
nid's death followed an operation for
ippondicitis porformod on Friday last.
A special from Howell, Texas, gives
neagre dotails of tho poisoning of two
hilaron by Mrs. Annie Hlashek, their
nether, who administered strychnine to
hom and then committed suicido. No
anse for the tragedy is given.
If so, there must be some
trouble with its food. Well
babies are plum?; only the
sick are thin. Are you sure
the food is all right ? Chil
dren can't help but ?row i
they must grow if their food
nourishes tKem. Perhaps a
mistake was made in the
past and as a result thc di
gestion is weakened. If that
is so, don't give the baby
a lot of medicine ; just use
your every-day common
sense and help nature a
little, and the way to do
I it is to add half a teaspoon
ful of
SCOTT'S
EMULSION
to the baby's food three or
four times a day. The gain
will begin the very first day
yuu give it. lt seems to
correct the digestion and
gets the baby started right
again. If the baby ls nurs
ing but does not thrive, then
the mother should take the
emulsion, lt will have a
good effect both upon the
mother and child. Twenty
five years proves this fact.
?;<ve. xml ?!.<">, xii ilrugfthU.
An Ex?o?lent Ooinblnatiout
The pleasant method and b?n?ficiai
elf cots of tho woll known remedy,
SYRUP or Fias, manufactured by the
CALIFORNIA Fia SYRUP CO.. illustrate
tho value of obtaining tho liquid laxa
tivo principios of plante known to be
medicinally lnxatfvo and presenting
MUMU in tho form most refreshing to tho
tasto and acceptable to tho system. It
is tho oho perfect strengthening laxa
tivo, cleansing tho system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yot promptly and enabling one
to overcome habitual constipation por
mai lent ly. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stance, and its acting on tho kidneys,
liver and b.o\vols, without weakening
or irritating thom, mako it tho ideal
laxativo.
In tho process of manufacturing figs
aro used, as they aro plcnsant to tho
taste, but tho medicinal qualities of tho
remedy aro obtained from senna and
other aromatlo plants, by a mothod
known to tho CALIFORNIA'Fio SYRUP
Co. only. In order to got its bon oficial
effects and to avoid imitations, picoso
remember tho full name of tho Company
printed on tho front o? every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
BAN FRANCISCO, CAI/.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NBW ?TORR, N. Y.
Por sale t>y all Druggists.-Price 60c. r>crbottte.
Roturo Items.
RKTURN, S. C., April 8.-The health of
thia community is good.
Tho wheat fields aro looking groom
Some ono has boon clovor enough to
assisi, Mr. Clifton Simpson in disposing
of hiB ioddor. Such olovernesu is not
heartily aocoptod.
TtTo farmers of tins scotion, wiro have
for some timo hoon dead-"not dead, but
Bleepeth"-I'm glad to noto, aro now
waking up to a sonso of their duty, and
gono to hauling rock and building up tho
gullies and spilling pand from tho upland
into their bottoms hy way of ditches,
amt supplying themsolvcB with lohg
needed farming tools.
Mr. Norton Cox is tho loading farptex
o' this section. Ho has his farm nicely
arranged and woll furnished with all
noodod implements for tho samo, such hs
hay press, molasses mill, two-horse
turnor and blacksmith shop. Farmers,
why not follow suit ? '??
Mr. Davis passed through this soOtlob
Saturday with a yoko of oxen purchased
nt Carnesvillo, Ga., hy Mr. Orr Hamilton,
of Seneca, valued at $00, woighing near
?,000 pounds.
Mr. Luther Sanders made a Hying visit
to Toccoa, Ga., on Saturday.
Mrs. Jack Miller, Miss Ora Simpson
md Master Moroco Millor visited rela
tives and friends near Tekoona Saturday
night and Sunday.
Mr. Jackson Sanders, of Sonoca, is
visiting his son, Mr. Tom Sandon, of
this place.
A young man of this community wont
:o soo Iiis host girl Sunday evening, when
io was suddenly interrupted by a young
friond riding up and saying, "Ono of
pour fathor's mulos is Bick and ho wants
fou to go to Seneca for him. Ho bado
?cr adieu and started hurriedly away.
rVheu ho had gono somo distan o ho was
nformed it was April, ho dotormincd
lot to bo heaton and turned and wont
mck.
Mr. Hubert Eyles weighs 100 pounds.
Hrs. Hayes says sho lias enough peas to
?ai ry bim to 200 pounds.
Our Sunday school at this placo is
hiiving mid showing tho fruits of tho
ai th ful workers who havo shown by
heir daily walk what thoy aro and whom
hoy aro living for. not for themselves,
mt for tho upbuilding of others. Tho
nan who HVCB for himself hcquoaths his
iwn folly, poverty and meanness for his
nonumont. Ho has bonofltod nobody,
vhilo ho has dwarfed and warped his
?wu powere, and senseless stono or
narblc, ho wovor lavishly supplied to
nark his resting placo, docs him no
loner. Ho has lived in himself, he has
lied in himself, and all that ho leaves in
nciiiory ol' himself speaks no word of
uaiso in his behalf, no word of justillca
ion. This is no true lifo Its tho worst
if failures. Thoro aro glorious opportu
litios in this lifo for service Ho who
iscs thom as our superintendent has
miches both his race and himself, when
lying loaves a monument which outlasts
nar bio and is brighter than polished
irass. If Sunday school members v/oro
s anxious to harmonizo as they aro
ometlmoa solicitous lo disagree ami
iroduco friction, how smoothly and
leant d ully would tho machinery of tho
iii i f> of /ion roll on. Let us study the
longs that make for pcaco, tho things
vhcroby wo may ed'fy ono another. Lot
is endeavor to create as little friction as
lossiblo where wo p.recs?ed to labor and
pend our days. I,et ns hy and build pi
,nd not tom- down. Though wo may havo
mt few days or months to labor in a
ield, lot us do our best to all, and Joavo
into tho Lord tho rest. KA UM mt dov.
---.??- - -
On tho outside-that is the best place
o keep tho hugo, old-fashioned pill,
instas soon as you get it inside, it begins
o trouble you. What's tho uso of snt?or
ng with it, when you can got moro help
rom Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellots?
Thoso tiny, sugar-coated granules do
on permanent good. They act mildly
md naturally, and thoro no re-action
afterward. Constipation, indigestion,
lillious attacks, and all derangements of
ho liver, stomach and bowels aro pro
on tod, relieved and permanently cured.
Earlo's Mills and Tokoona Budnot.
ToKKIONA, April ?.-Mrs. Lillio Mo
jeskoy spent several days last week with
ir. and Mrs. J. A. MoLo&koy and family.
Miss Ola Simpson and little brother, of
{uluru, spout last Saturday night and
lltllday with Mr. J. lt. Cleveland and
ainily.
Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Isboll spout last
iunday with the parents of tho latter,
Ir. E. Z. C 'omer, near South Uni?n.
Mr. W. II. r.''ibsen and wife spent, last
Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. James
'rico, near AndersonviUe.
Mrs. It. A. Mooro spout several days
list week with her daughter, Mrs. T. V.
?ingleton, of Mt. Tabor.
Thoro will be a musical given by Miss
.illio Kloo at Townvillo. Friday night,
Lpril 14, interspersed with dialogues,
collations, tableaux and muslo. Admis
ion 10 and 16 cents. Thoro is a storo of
III) and amusement for all.
Kev. D. W. lliott. preached an interost
?g sermon to a largo congregation lost
linday at Cross Hoads and at three
'clock at Townvillo.
Thoro was a good many attended ser
ico at Cross Hoads Sunday from Oakway
url South Union.
Tho Sunday School afc Cross Hoads is
n a boom now. Tho election last Sun
ay for officers resulted as follows : Mr.
V. S. Prichard, superintendent; Mr. lt.
i. Mooro, Assistant Superintendent; Mr.
?obort I layes, treasurer; Mr. Kate Hol
en, organist, and Miss Ella Shaw, assis
t?t organist.
Mr. Willie McCarloy and wife, of
'ownvillo, spent last. Sunday with Mr.
nd Mrs. J. A., MoLoskoy. ,? , i
Ono of our boys went to seo his girl the
thor night and as ho was going home he
di in a mini bolo and got some tl nat lu
is oyes. Guess ho got soared and was
nuning, tho reason ho fell.
WAI,KINO STICK.
"Barnoy" Evans Goos to Havana.
Major H. H. Evans left Columbia on
iprll it for Havana, whore he wMIropro
mt a Now York in vestment company.
Io will bo remembered as ono (\f tho
low-bard aspirants for Railroad Com
lissioncr nt tho Inst election.
Cul Ills ThroAt oi' Ola*?. " J
Samuel WorUVdr?, an dil rnorobsnt of
Now York, killel bl tnt Of J>> Cbarlestou.
o. ?;., hist Saturday by cutting bis lb rout
with a broken pa.in of glass. Ho batt
boon in Hu nunn viho for hbj??o?'?b, ?rid
was rotm tiing homo, lu company with
a uophow, Ai thur Worthoim. bo wont to
the otfioc of lils fr?en?), Q. M. Politzer, a
cotton factor On Adgcr'a wharf. Walk
ing up to the doak of Mr. Politzer, be
said: "Gus, I have gone crazy." Horan
and smashed a window glass with his
f?at, put bis head in th- hole and began
sawing ids throat on tho .lagered frag
ments. Ho waa caught and pulled off.
but jerked loose find ran ids head
through another pane, aud bogan sawing
his throat. He fell exhausted to the
floor and soon died. Ilia tragic death
creal cd quito a sen nat i on.
Killed Her Husband; Sha ls Kow Crazed.
KNOXVM.I.K, TBNN., April 8.-A report
bas boon received from Moorosburg, Haw
kins county, of a horrible inurdor. Hugh
Young and bis wife quarreled late on
Saturday night and during tho atrugglo
tho woman seized an azo and nt ruck, nor
husband, killing bim instautly.
l'art i cul ais aro meagre, the locality ho
ing au isolated ono in the mount ainu.
Tho man ls said to have boon in ill health
and v i ii aldo for somo time. Tho woman
is said to have been arrested and to bo
crazed with grief.
NEW ADyERTisE??ENTs.
N?TIGE.
No Trespassing.
Aid, persons mo horeby forbiddon to
commit any damage, injury or spoil
upon this proporty, known aa Jooassoo
farm, or to hunt, fish, sot out tiros, rango
oattlo, or to commit any kind of trospass
wbatovor thoroon, under ponalty of tho
law, ns prescribed in tho Criminal Codo
of South Carolina, and oilier laws relat
ing to such subject.
W. C. FISHER.
April Oi 1800. 14-17
Notice to Debtors and
Creditors.
AM, persona indebted to tho estate
of M. H. Bryoe, decoasod, aro
hereby notillcd to mako pay mont to tho
mulei signed, and all persons having
claims against ?aid estai o will present
tho samo, duly attested, within tho timo
prescribed by law or bo barred.
J. H. BRYCE,
Administrator of tho Estato of M. II.
Hryco, deceased.
April 0, ISM). 11-17
?iiial Mi ol iiie County
ALL parties interested for or against
tho applications for permission to
erect gatos ovor tho public roads in tho
county aro bcroby notiiled that tho Board
will bold a special mooting to pass on
said applications on tho 14th day of
April, instant, at 10 o'clock A. M., at
which mooting both sides will bo ox
pcotcd to bo ready with their pel il ions
and such other testimony ns they may
seo propor to submit. At tho same, timo
all matters now bci'oro tho Board involv
ing tho regularity of tho proceed bigs,
by which tho now road was laid out, ana
rights of way acquirod for tho road from
Seneca to tho High Bridgo, will bo dis
posed of.
By order of tho Board.
J. M. HUNNICUTT,
Supervisor,
April (I, 1S!)0.
Oats,
Barbed Wire,
Irish Potatoes
and Salt.
Onion Sots, Landrotb's Garden Sood
md Pitchforks, Cow Bolls and Plow
Stocks-in fact, most any thing commonly
vented.
Fine Hens in good demand. Sot your
>ggs and hi ing me tho Cbiokons.
Always in tho market, for Cash or Mor
handiso.
Bo suro to call first at my storo with
mytbing to sell or TO BUY.
Yours truly,
L. C. CRAIG,
SENECA AND WALHALLA.
SPRING
ill .?lil
? AM now receiving my Now Spring
1. Millinery anti a full lino of Linon
Stamped Goods, Carticolli Silk Goods
for Waists and Trimmings.
SPRING MILLINERY OPENING,
THURSDAY,
FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY,
MARCH HO, 31,
AND APRIL 1
MISS ELLA TURNER,
of Atlanta, fia.,
will liavo nhargo of tho Millinory
Department, ami sho will bo pro
pared to moot tho wr.nts of all cus
tomers.
Remenibor tho Opening-March 80,
81, and April 1.
Rospootf idly,
MRS. E. M. CUDWORTH.
H. C. BUSCH,
DEALER IN
Staple & Fancy Groceries
. FRUITS AT ALL SEASONS.
Cash or barter for Poultry and Eggs,
h.kory furnishes Frosh Bread and Cakes.
-RESTAURANT
?jrjf" I,une,hen sorvod at all hours.
?1-21-08-ly
A/ARREN PRIESTLEY,
Till'} BARBER.
rOR FOURTEEN YEARS WAL
HA LL A'S TONSORIAL ARTIST,
.rompt and satisfactory work at bis
Parlors.
4-21-08-ty
IN THE HISTORY OF OCONEE HAS
THERE BEEN SUCH A DISPLAY
OF PRETTY GOODS !
MY STORE AND WAREHOUSE ARE CHUCK FULL
. OF RARE BARGAINS ....
. . .
2,500 yards Shooting, bought from railroad company, 2o.
4,600 yards Shooting, bought from railroad company,
bottor goods.\.4c.
4,500 yards OOH Island, worth Co., at.4Jo.
3,600 yards Chooks, worth 6o., at.4o.
8,000 yards Host Chooks, worth t?o., at.6o.
2.600 j ard ti Best Chovlot, worth 10o.. at. 'io.
8,600 yards Dost 80-inoh Poroal, big bargain at !0c.... 7o.
8,000 yords Llnou Grass Cloth, big'bargain at 8Jo.6o.
8,800 yards BoBt Frluta, Bonmants, big bargain at 6o. .SJo.
A big lino of Organdies, all Colore, from 7o. to.60o.
1, aw ii a from 4o.?o.20o.
Irish Plquoat.16o.
Linen Cn?.8h from 7o. to.................250.
75 dltforont Silk Pnttorns, all Coloiu, from.60o. up.
A FULL LINE OF
HOSIERY, UNDEUVESTS, OVERALLS.
BEAUTIFUL LINE OF MEN'S SHIRTS,
NEOKAYEAB, ETC.
In Clothing vye can show you the most elegant line
of the Latest Styles, that can't be duplicated this side of
New York, at prices in reach of every one.
63 Pairs Fine Pants, Bought from Railroad Company, not
Damaged, at ONE-HALF Price.
rmmm Tl TM LINE ftr mm
HAMILTON & BROWN SHOES.
SPOT CASH PRICES ON GROCERIES.
Best Green Coffee, - - - - ll Pounds for $i.OO.
A Good Coffee,.- 13 Pounds for $1.00.
Granulated Sugar, - - - - 17 Pounds for $1.00.
BALLARD'S FLOUR.
Obelisk,
Favorite,
Blue Bird, -
- $4.50.
4.25.
- 3.85.
Waterloo,
Magnolia,
Mark Twain, -
$3.60.
4.10.
3.00.
FURNITURE, STOVES AND COFFINS.
.... A TRIAL IS ALL WE ASK ....
J. H. ADAMS, Seneca, S.C,
Permanently
Beneficial
Results
IN THE TREATMENT OF
COUGHS, COLDS, WHOOP
ING COUGH AND CROUP.
ALWAYS ATTEND THE
USE Ol<" LUNNEY?? WHITE
PINK AND SPRUCE EX
PECTORANT. THY IT.
25 and 50 con ts.
Lunnoy'a 8-hour Livor Pilla euro
pain in tho baek and sido, li cad
acho and constipation. 2i)C.
W. J. LUNN EY,
SENECA, S. ?.
L? A. W O^VJR.r>S.
ATTOHNEY-AT-L A W,
WALHALLA, S. C.,
Will givo prompt attontion to all busi
ICSB committed to his caro.
Juno 80,1808. _201y
VM. J. Simm.INO. ^ ?{ E. L. H2RNDON.
?TR?BLING & HERNDON,
Attorneys-At-Law,
WALHALLA, S. C.
'ROMPT ATTBNTIOM GlVKN TO ALT. RlJIH
NUBS ENTHU8TK1) TO TlIRlf.
January 0, 1808._
1. T. JAYNKB. I J. W. BBBtrOR,
-M- .
?AYNES & SHELOR,
ATTOHNEYS-AT-LAW,
WALHALLA, 8. O.
PROMPT attontion glvon to all busi
L nona committed to thoir enro.
January 12, 1805.
-FOU tOW~
I Rates West,
! TEXAS, MEXICO, CALI
I FOKNIA, ST. LOUIS, CI II
! (.?AGO, or any point, with
FREE MAPS, write to
j Fred. D. Bush,
Diatriot Passongor Agent,
j Louisville & Nashville R. K.,
! No. 1 Brown Rldg, Atlanta, Ga.
lolice to Debtors agj Creditors.
\ LL PEKSONS having claims against ]
A. tho catato of MIA. Sarah J. A udor
>U, docoaaod, aro nott (led to proBont
icm to tho undersigned, aa ExooutorB
f her last will and testament, proporly
roven as required by law. And all por
>UB indobtod tr? said docoaaod aro noti
od to mako paymont thoroof to UB at I
foatmlnstor, 8. C.
0. E. ANDERSON,
W. P. ANDERSON,
ExooutorB.
Marali 28, 1800. 13 111
One Woman
In Seven
In tliia city lina aeon tho mlvortiBomont of tho
famous lt & G Corset in tho I.adios' Homo Jour
nal, Munsoy's, Dollnoator or aomo othor March
magazine, ami knows, thoroforo, aomo of tho import
ant facta about "tho Corsot that dooa not Btrotoh."
Wo have in atock a good lino of IC Ab G Cor
sets and will bo pleased to show thom to tho "ono
woman in ru von"-and to tho other alx womon alao.
Th. new It ife G numbor ?ll>7-tho abort-long oor
aot, ls ono of our moat popular styloa, and solla at
tho popular ono dollar price.
O. W. PITCHFORD
COMPANY.
/ Seeds that grow aud do not disappoint ia the result,
j if you buy boro. Wo do not fool it best' to oxporimont,
(j d Ll HW//ti i\u ^ J and sown o^er only the most Northern grown-those
Ul I wily fl n I frovn tho foremost soodsmon, CROSSMAN BROS., Ro
DU I 11IIU Ichoster, N. Y., and also 1). M. KERRY .V- CO'S., Detroit,
W ? ? H ? wa 1 Michigan.
1 Caroful buyers aro interested in tho gooda thnt are
11% pu mm>.mm (most certain to return thom valuo-thoso that aro cu
ll] M y-.'1 I /dorsed-that havo tho approval of thrifty planters, and
I ll I KM \ that aro known to bo most reasonable in prico.
? \ Wo havo only a fow moro of thc Cat Tail Millot and
I tho Isboll Tobacco Seed.
i You como nearest scouring Ideal results when you
a* r llI huy your Seeds at
ULLJUB S?IUTlIAC?HlSm^
\ The Poplar Price Store.
WILL GO A LONG WAYS AT OUR STORE.
Wo can savo you monoy on your next bill, if you will givo us a chance.
Talk is ohoap, but if you will givo us a trial before you buy your Spring bill,
wo will convinco you that wo aro soiling for as small a profit as any houso In tho
county.
We aro not soiling goods at cost, but will make you low prices, if you want
to buy for cash.
Wo sell Wood's Garden Socd in packages and bulk and will take your order
for any kind of sooua v, '><vve not got lp stock.
Your trado ia wanto., and appreciated by
Lowery, Byrd & Co.,
SENECA, S. O.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This ia to notify you that wo aro ready to savo you money, if you will oall
and soo us. "If you walt too lato, you must suroly moot your fate."
Wo havo just received ?\ nico lino of now Shoos of all kinds, and if you should
wait too lato, tho othor follow may get tho pair you want. Just think a momont.
Wo will sell you a nico black o;- tan Shoo worth $1.50 for only DH conta. Wo will
not tako spaco to mention our many othor bargains in Shoos, but promiso you that
all our Shoes aro "bargains" at tho vory low prico wo will ask for thom.
Our now Hats havo just como also, ami you should soo tnom. It would sur
priseyou to seo tho Hat that wo can sell you for 07 couts. Why pay f 1.40 or 91,60
for a Sunday Hat, when you can get it for 07 couts.
Wo also have a fow moro all wool Suits left. Now Is tho timo to buy whilu
thoy are going at auch low prices. Wo still havo a fow moro |5 Suits soiling for
$8.flo. Como ii you over oxpoct to need ono. . ..
Do you need a Stove, or do you nood a Sowing Machino, or ch? you need both?
If ao, now ls tho timo to buy thom, and wo aro tho pooplo to buy them from. Wo
oan convince you of this fact, if you will only prico thom.
Don't forgot that wo always lead prices on Grocorios. In foot, after consid
ering tho low prico of cotton, scarcety of tho "dollar", wo havo dooldod to divido
our profita wita tho pooplo. Wo know wc oan't make as much, but our motto la,
"To llvo and lot livo." Do not walt too lato, but como now.
J. & J. S. CARTER, CARTER MERCHANDISE CO.,

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