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Just boonusn tito smallest outlay alv
customors como back agata and again.
PBI0K8-koon argumenta that iulluouce
ing in oloso touoh with this nt.no moans ai
Tho loading qualities that wo offer 3
f y i UK rosult-in using roliablo goods-a re
you'll carefully investigate, you'll And ou
-fully ns low as oom mon goods aro sole
corns you-tbat runs parallel with your n
IT'S IN TI
That you thoroughly appreciate a g
onorgy-glvoB you tho right start for tho ?
boro, ns host judges will testify. Wo hav<
un it ;? you, and tho economical buyors are
aro tho best Bolliug brands: Austin Niobe
pound, ronsted; Loggott's Maracoibo at !
Cary's Prido at 16 couts por pound, roast*
pound ; n good Green Coffee at 10 cont? p
Stood ant* 1$tv?0mtL
-Call at Jayucs's for your grocorios.
-Mr. John Maxwell, of Bolton, was in
Walhalla last Friday.
-Your ohlld will re?oive tho samo at
tention at JaynoB's as yourself.
-Mr. I). 1*. Vornor, of Greenville, is
visiting rolatlvos in this county.
-Tho Cnsh Bargain Storo can Bave you
H2J por cont on clothing, shoes and bato,
first door nbovo Darby's drug store.
- Afr. R. Loc Mason, of Atlanta, Ga.,
bas been on a visit to tho family of his
uncle, Mr. .Tamos Soaborn.
-Mr. A. Bao Dendy, of Cbarlotto, N.
C., is spouting a fow days with his
parents and relatives in Walhalla.
-A now lot of clothing at tho Cash
Bargain Storo going at half prico, first
door above Darby's drug store.
-Drop in at 0. W. Bauknight's storo
and pay your town taxes. Only a fow
more days hoforo tho ponnlty will bo
-Mr. W. J. Jones, representing tho
Now York Lifo Insuarnco Co., was in
Walhalla last wook in tho intoro?t of his
-Miss Jda Norman returned InRt wook
from an oxtonded visit to relatives in
Florida and Georgia dining tho past
-1'rof. and Mrs. J. M. Moss unjoyod
eating their first moss of snap beans and
Irish potatoes from their garden last
-Mrs. Guy T. G rovo und daughter,
Louise, aro visiting tho family of Mr. lt.
A. Gilmor, near Fort Madison, for a
week or lou days.
-Mis. Callie Coblor returned to her
homo in Atlanta last Friday, aftora pleas
ant visit of sovoral wcoks to relatives iii
Walhalla and Wost Uuion.
-Messrs. NV. L. Vernor and J. A.
Steck spout Sunday with friondB in
Toccoa, Ga. They report having had a
very pleasant timo, indeed.
- Health for lou couts. Cascarete
mako.tho bowels and kidneys act natur
ally, destroy microbos, euro headache,
biliousness and constipation. All drug
-Mr. T. D. Sloan and his littlo daugh
ter Mary, of Piedmont, aro visiting thc
family of Mr. James Soaborn. Ho will
spend sonio time for tho benefit of his
-Tho changes in railroad schedule
announced last wook to go into effect
Monday were postponed until next Mon
day, when it is expected they will become
- L. P. and lt. T. Smith aro arranging
to rm; excursion trains to Charleston
and other points. Tho Smith excursions
arc too well known and too popular for
further comments. Full particulars will
he given later.
-Min. Sarah Hydo died at her home,
near Walhalla, last Saturday night. Sho
had been in fcoblo health for soveral
months. She was in tho oightioth year
of her ago. Her romains wore laid to
rest in tho Neville school house burying
ground Sunday afternoon.
-Miss Lillian Vernor left Tuesday
morning for Laurens, whore sho will
spend two weeks visiting her friend,
Miss Sarah Ball. Sho will also visit
in Spartanburg, attend tho Converse
College commencement and return with
ber sister, Miss Annio Vernor.
-Mrs. 1). Oelkors returned homo last
week from a two months trip to Charles
ton, very much improved in health.
She took in thc Confederate Veterans'
reunion and enjoyed tho occasion ever
so much. Mrs. Oelkors has many warm
personal friends in Walhalla who aro
pleased to welcome her return.
-Messrs. E. IL McCollongh, Arthur
McCullough and ii. F. Pagan returned to
Walhalla last week, after spending
several months In tho military service of
tho United States in tho war with Spain.
They woro mustered out at Atlanta.
Their many friends aro pleased to seo
them Again, and find them looking so
-Attention is called to tho advertise
ment of Winthrop College in another
column. Tho scholarship and ontraiico
examination for Oconco county will bo
held at Walhalla Court House on Friday,
July '?1st, 1800, at 0 a. m. Hoad tho an
nouncement and write I'resident I). B.
Johnson, Hock Hill, S. C., for cataloguo
and further information.
--Mrs. Wm. T. Rochester died at her
home, near Mountain Best, Saturday
night, 20th instant, from tho effects of
scrofula, aged about fifty years. Bofore
hor marriage she was Miss Kli/.aboth
Vissago. She leaves a husband and flvo
Children to mourn hov death. Hor ro
mains woro buried nt Double Springs on
Monday. Tho relatives have tho sym
pathy of many friends.
-Mary Until, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Tribble, of West Union, died
on Friday afternoon, 10th instant, at I
o'clock) aged twenty-soven months. Sho
was a bright and beautiful ehihl, tho joy
of tho household. Many friends sympa
thize with tho parents in their bereave
ment. Tho body of tho little child wan
buried in tho cemetery of tho \\ llialla
Baptist church on Saturday afternoon at
-Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Norton arrived tn
Walhalla last Saturday afternoon and aro
spending their honeymoon at tho homo
of his mother, Mrs. T. A. Norton. Mr.
Norton is the recipient of nany hearty
congratulations on winning tho heart
and hand of his accomplished bride.
Wo join with a host of friends in wish
ing them a long lifo of happiness and
prosperity. They expect to return
to Augusta, Ga., in about two weeks.
-Mr. Wilmot Smith bas sold out his
?tock of goods to Mr. IL C. Busch, and
discontinued his business as a merchant
? in Walhalla, llo left Wednesday morn
ing for tho homo of bis father in Laurens
County. Mr. Smith lu*S boon engaged in
merchandising in Walhalla over a year,
and during that timo ho mado ninny
friends who regret to soo bim loavo. Wo
join with them in wishing him much suc
cess wiierover ids lot may bo east ?? tho
50 lt Pays- X X
rays moans the host rosults is why our
QUALITY-BACKED BY HONEST
-that attract tho thrifty huyors. Koop
a era pf economy to any household.
rou. There's a spooial economy-a satis
isult not Boourod with inforior goods. If
r prices-FOR RELIABLE GROCERIES
I, a feature of your business that con
nod cup of Coffoo. It gives strengt h and
lay's labor. Good Coffoo is a feature
D tho pai tioniar Coffoo, whoso flavor best
pleased with tho way wo soil thom. These
?B Blue Ribbon Brand at 80 couts por
20 couts por pound, roasted; John R.
>d; B. Bi. ina green, nt 12} cents pol
er pound; Arbuoklo's at 12} coat? per
O. G. JAYKES.
-For a spring tonio to build ?up tho
system, take Luuuoy's Sarsaparilla.
-ShooB at your own prioo at tho Cash
Bargain Storo, first door abovo Darby's
-Mr. Gcorgo Dyar, who was a soldior
in tho Second-South Carolina Rogimont,
lina roturncd to Walhalla.
-Mrs. J. W. Nix and baby, of Green
wood, aro vialing tho family of hor
liaren ts, Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Maxwell.
-Rov. B. L. Rogers will preach at
Ebouottor Prosbyterian church next Sun
day afternoon at half-past four o'clook.
-For biliousness, he;.dache, pain in
baok and side Luuuoy'B 8 hour liver pills
aro a euro.
-Tho only placo for gouts' furnishing
I gooda ia at tho Ca8h Bargain Storo. first
door abovo Darby's drug atoro.
-Mrs. I. IL Harrison ha/i bought tho
Craig houso and lot on Faculty Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison will tako up their
rosidonco thoro in tho near future
-Wo reg rot to learn of tho serious ill
11088 of Capt. W. J. Novillo. Ho baa
been quito fonblo for tho past wcok, but
is reported Blightly bettor this morning.
-Loat, botwoon Walhalla and tho
Randolph place, a pookot caao of surgi
cal instruments. Finder will ploaso
lcavo at thia oflico or Dr. J. W. Boll's
-Major Jamos Seal o rn, Ooonoo's efll
oient Clerk, is temporarily indisposed,
and unablo to b Oin ii ?8 oflico for tho last
two days. Ho is botter this morning,
and wo hope to soo hia genial counto
nanco at li is accustomed placo in a day
-Anderson Intolligoncor, May 21th:
"Tho second corps of survoyors on tho
Black Diamond Railroad loft Anderson
yesterday to moot tho corps now ooming
irom Fort Royal. In a few days the
third corps will leavo boro for Kabun
-Mr. W. E. Seaborn spent Saturday
and Sunday with his homo-folks in Wal
halla. Ho roturned to Atlanta Monday
morning to resume his studios in electri
cal engineering. Tho session will closo
tho latter part of Juno, whoo he will re
turn to Walhalla to spend his vaeat ion.
-"Wanted, a Valot," a rip roaring,
Ethopian Drama, will bo presontod by
tho Walhalla Comedy Company Tuoaday
night, May ?IO. If you want to onjoy a
hearty laugh BOO this. All tho latest and
best Coon Songs will bo introduced.
Doors open at 8 o'clock; performance at
-Dr. John G. Law, of Ocala, Fla., ar
rived in Walhalla Tuesday ovoning to
spend tho summer. He will occupy his
new residenco in Midway. His family
will join him boro in about two weoks.
Ho has many friends in Walhalla who
wish him and his a pleasant stay in our
-Tho Walhalla Comedy Company will
present "Tho Cool Collccdana," a thril
ling and up to dato comedy, atl'itchford's
Hall Tuesday night, May 30th. Don't
miss this, as you will always regrot it
if yon do. Up-to-date songs between
acts. Doors open at 8 o'clock; perform
ance at 8.?50
-Mr. H. L. Herring, of LaGrango, Ga.,
paid our oflico an appreciated call this
(Thursday) morning. Ho is advertising
and selling agent for tho Dr. A. I*. Saw
yer Medical Company, of Chicago. Ho
is a gentloman of pleasant address, and a
worthy representativo of theso largo
wholcsalo druggists, whoso advertise
ments will bo found in tho columns of
TIIK GouiMKlt for the next twolvo
-A series of protracted services will
bogin in tho Walhalla Methodist Church
on Wednesday evening, 31st instant, and
continuo for ton days. Rov. J. L. Daniel
will conduct thc aervices. Thero will bo
preaching Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday ovenings. Rov. J. B. Wilson,
Presiding Elder, will bo present on Fri
day ovoning, Juno 2d, and hold a session
of tho quarterly conference Beginning
on Sunday, Juno 4th, there will bo two
sorviccs each day for a wcok.
-Mr. James Ii. Knox was in Walhalla
Monday and paid our oflico an appreci
ated call. Ho has horotoforo boon on
gaged in tho United States mail sorvico
with the Plant Steamship Company, run
ning from Tampa, Fla., to Havana, Cuba.
Ile has accepted a position aa mail clerk
on the Soul bern Railroad, and will run
from Atlanta, Ga., to Birmingham, Ala.
Florida having quarantined against Cuba
Mr. Knox waa unablo to stay on his old
run, as only immunes aro employed dur
ing tho quarantine season. Mr. Knox
is a promising young man and his many
friends in Goonoo eounty aro pleased to
greet him again on his nativo seul.
-Anderson Advocato, May 22: "Mrs.
Martha Broylos, tho widow of tho late
Maj. A. R. Broyles, died at the residenco
of Mr. B. Frank Clayton, in this city,
last Wednesday, in tho 72d year of hor
ago, having survived her husband just a
few boms over two weoks. She was'
quito ill at hor husband's (loath and
gradually grow weaker until tho end
caine She was a consistent member of
tho Presbyterian church, having joined
tho church hero in 18(11), during their for
mer residenco hor. She was a good
woman, a dutiful wifo and a fond mothor.
Tho funeral sor vices woro hold at tho
rosidonco last Thursday afternoon at
G:.'J0 o'clock by Rov. J. N. IL Sum morell,
and her body was laid by tho sido of her
husband In Silver Brook comotory. Aftor
moro than half oontury of wedded lifo
they were seareoly diVidod in their
JUST received, several bushels
of FINE WHITE AM)
GOLDEN DENT CORN, whloh
ve soil at ftc por quart. Also,
White Navy Beans, a groat yielder,
Seed Pindera or Peanuts, Millet,
fe. . M_Jj
-Dr. Jobi? G. Law will proaoh in tbo|
Walhalla Presbyterian ohuroU uoxt Sun?
day morning aud evening at the usual
-Last Thursday an ordor was granted
In Charleston by Judgo Brawloy in tho
United States Circuit Court, willoh looks
to tho anio of tho Bluo Ridge Railroad.
It was Issued at tho request of tho South
ern system, claiming ownorshlp under
tho purchase of tho Columbia aud Greon
ville Railway, in 1874. All porsons aro
required to appoar on July 1st and show
causo why tho road should not bo sold.
*~Mv. John Land died in tho Hospital
for tho Insano in Columbia, S. C., ou
yostorday (Wodncsday). Ills body will
bo brought to Walhalla this ovoniug to
bo buried at tho family burying grouud
to-morrow morning. Mr. Land was a
young man about 2? years of ago* J lin
many friends in Occneo county will re
gret to hoar of his untimely death. Wo
extend to the bereaved our sincero con
Tho somi-annual mooting of tho Ooo
uoo County Singing Couvontiou will bo
hold at Mount Tabor church on tho 4th
Sunday in this month, 28th.
R. E. MASON, President,
N. Cox, Secretary.
Closed for the Summor.
Wo aro requested by Prof. G. E. Nosom,
Votorlnarlan at donison Collogo, to an
noiuioo that tho votorinary hospital thoro
will bo closod nftor this wook and clinics
suspended until tho opening of tho noxt
session, about Soptombor 16th. Prof.
Nosom will bo away most of tho timo,
and boneo cannot troat any moro auiniala
brought thoro until next nosaion. A now
veterinary hospital will bo orootod thia
summer, mid it ia expect ed to niako thia
phase of tho collogo work moro usoful in
tho future Duo notico will bo given of
tho oponing noxt Soptombor. .
A Happy Marriago.
A vory happy marriago was celebrated
at the homo of Mr. .lohn N. Todd, near
Tatnnssoo, S. C., May 24, at 12 o'clock M.
; Tho contracting partios woro Mr. R. P.
Qlazonor, of Brovard, N. C., and Miss
Naomi, tho beautiful and attractive
I daughtor of Mr. J. N. Todd. Tho coro
mony was pcrforniod by Bov. R. L.
Rogers. After tho coromony a very elabo
rately prepared and elegant dinner was
Borvod. Only a fow intimate friends woro
present, Tho brido baa a host of friends
111 tho county, who will unito in wishing
tho young couplo a long and happy lifo
in tboir now relation. Tho groom is a
prosperous young farmor of North Caro
lina. Thoy will make their homo in the
futuro in that Stato.
,-. ?-- i
Conjugation ol Irregular Verb "Como."
A grammar class in ono of our county
schools oneo upon a timo woro reciting
tho irregular verbs. Tho toaohor asked
an ovor-grown young mau to givo the
different parta of tho irregular verb
'Como." Aftor thinking apparently
very hard for a few seconds, and with
groat deliberation, tho young man know
ingly answorcd: "Como, went, gone.'
Tho answor was a stunnor, the class was
shocked, momentary silenco prevailed,
and as noon as tho paradox of locomo
tion was porcoivod tho school was con
vulsed with laughter, tho toaohor him
self catching tho infection which ox
clted tho risibilities of all savo tho pro
cocioiiB two hundred pounder with a
number olevon shoo. But finally tho
teacher and pupils regained their equili
brium, when ho asked again : "If you
como awhile, and go awhile, when would
you Rot thoro ?" And tho question ro
A Ploasant deception.
Tho rccoption given by Miss Nottio
Jones, at Tatnnssoo, Wednesday ovon
ing, in honor of hor friond, Miss Clark
son, of Charlotte, N. C., was greatly
enjoyed by all who woro present. There
is no placo moro suitable for a ploasant
social gathoring than this beautiful
homo, and tho graceful hospitality of tho
hostess made tho occasion ono to bo
long remembered. Music, dancing and
games woro enjoyed from 8.;10 to
12 o'clock. Elegant refreshments woro
sorved 011 tho wide piazzas of the Colo
nial rosidenco, thus affording, at tho samo
timo, a grand foast of scenery for tho
oyo. Tho following guests weio i>iu?uut
Dr. and Mis. J. W. Bell, Mr. (f. J.
Strother and Miss Nottio Novillo, Mr.
Jubo Strother and Miss Kato Boll, Mr. J.
P, AiiBol and Miss Brawloy, Mr. Jas. P.
Novillo and Miss Ilattio B. McCullough,
Mr. Jas. Darby and Alisa Bessio Strother,
Mr. J. A. Stock and Miss Jannie Novillo,
Mr. E. L. Horudon and Miss Carrie Keith,
Mr. C. Q. J ay noa and Miss Lillie Thomp
son, Mr. R. Q. Merrick and Miss Suo
Dendy, Mr. Jeaao C. Neville and Miss
Nottio Gibson, and Messrs. Jas. Thomp
son, M. 0. Seaborn, J. R. Kay, A. it.
Dendy, John Lay, Mack Novillo, Hugh
Holloinan, (loo. Keith, Wcssie Terhuno.
A Livo Young Grocory Merchant.
Mr. C. G. Jaynos, ono among our
youngest merchants, is forging abend
nicoly and keeping abreast Ol tho times.
Ho soon will havo been in business ono
year and hy close and assiduous atten
tion to tho duties appertaining to a first
class family grocory store ho is building
np a trade that is substantial; pleasing
and satisfactory. His "hobby" is fancy
groceries, and along this linc ho is cater
ing to tho tasto and wants of his cus
tomers. Do koopa in stock a choice lino
of frosh goods which aro plensing to tho
oyo and tompting to tho appetito. Ho
hus recently added to his many othor
usoful and attraotivo piecos of store
furniture a largo refrigerator, whore ho
keeps fresh and sweet his buttor, checso,
and other articles of Uko nature. A
visit to his attractive and well kept storo
will convinco you that this is tho placo
where you can spend your dimes and
dollars profitably. Mr. Jaynos has tho
happy faculty of hoing ploasing in man
ners and address and endeavors to make
all who visit his store to fcol at hom .
while he sells thom a hill of goods. His
dorks, too, Miss Annie Maxwoll and Mr.
Wossio Torhuno, aro valuablo assistants
in this pop.dar mercantile establishment.
Thoy aro polite, nttontivo and quick in
i discharge o? theil'Important duties.
. . --
Knights of Pythias.
Tho recent Bennion of tho (hand Lodgo|
K. of P., hold at Florence, was attended
hy Af casis. G. W. Pratt, J. M. Moss and
.las. Thompson, of Walhalla Lodgo. Mr.
Pratt waa reappointed on the Ways and
Means Committee and Jas. Thompson
was appointed Heading dork.
Tho following officers woro elected :
(hand Chancellor, C. A. Non flor;
(hand Vice Chancellor, M. B. Wood
ward; (?rand Prolate, J. II, Thorn woll;
(hand Keeper of Records and Heals, I).
J. Auld; Grand Master of Kxohcqiior,
Wilson C. Harvey; (fra. 1 Mastor-at
Arms.lL IL Husbands; ( .and Inside
Quarti, J. Q. McManns; ("rand Outside
Guard, J. H. Bryan.
The convention bestowed tho highest
honor in its gift upc Col. Homy T.
Thompson, electing him Supremo Rep
resentative to tho gathering of tho Su
premo Lodgo at Dotroit in MUK).
Charleston, Rpartanburg and Chester
Invited tho noxt meeting of tho (fraud
Lodgo, and Charleston waa selected by a
Tho proposed revision of the statutes
preparad hy D. C. Hoy wood was hold
over until tho noxt annual meeting.
Tho membership of tho Order in this
State ia now 4,770, a loss of 12 member*,
hut thoro has boen a strengthening of
wonk piucos din ing tho your, particularly
in co/lccting from delinquents who would
bo othorwiso suspended.
Tho report of Wilson (f. Harvey, (Hand
Master of Kxohoqnor, shows bataneo on
hand of $0,41)0.8(1 and a halancoof $280.30 j
in tho hands of (fraud Keeper of Records
Tho report of tho Kmlowment Krijk
shows $40,000 paid in South Carot.na
during tho past year.
NEWS FROM HUSTLING 8SNECA.
A Sllvpr VVodding-Mrs. Coleman's Visit to
SKNKOA, May 28.-The sooial pleasures
of the State metropolis would soem to
have uo placo hore, but when tho recipi
ent ot distinguished attentions is nobe
other than ono of our to wm-women, they
become of general interest.
M re. M. W. Col o m un has roturnod from
Charleston, having spent a week after
the closo of the Confodorato re
union. Sue was delightfully enter
tained at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. .1'oppenheim, where a congenial
party, ainoug whom wore Miss Randolph,
sponsor from Virginia, and Miss Dora
Keon, a member of tho Public Education
Association of Philadelphia, spent tho
days of tho reuni?n. Toas, recept ion a
and yachting partios woro given in Mrs.
Colomar.'B honor. On a recent visit to
Charleston, Mrs. Coloman's timo was
largnly de vol ed to Federation duties, but
on tho last it - was ontlrely sooial and
It is P. matter of interest that Mrs.
Coleman has boon invited to bo ono of
tho Sta to Hoard of Diroo tors of tho Chatau
qua, soon to ho inaugratod at tho lalo
of Palms, nonr Charleston, hoing tho only
woman thus honored.
Last Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs.
John W. Todd colobrntod tho twonty
fiftlx anniversary of their marriage. Tho
parlor, hall and dining-room of tho homo
woro beautifully decorated with ferns,
palms and other pot plants. Tho brido
carried n. handsomo bouquot of white
llofrcshmonts woro sorvod in tho din
ing-room, Misses Ellon Todd, Olivo
Lowory, Maud Hopkins and Nollo Gignil
lint walting on tho guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Todd woro tho recipients
of a largo number of bonutiful presents.
A majority of tho town pooplo woro in
vited to tho silver wedding, and a num
ber all ended. Guests from other places
woro: Mr. and Ifrs.Henry Frierson, Miss
Friorson of Andorson; Mosers. Arohio
and Cooil Todd, of Grconvlllo.
The annual Children's Day exorcises
woro hold at tho Methodist church last
Sunday afternoon, A largo crowd wa?
present, and tho ohildron woro highly
complimented oil theil' recitations and
singing. Thoso who rooitcd woro: Hes
sio Austin, Paris Dillard, Ludio Jordan,
Katie Camak, Lissie Tolbort, Young
Harbin, Fred. Swann, Georgo Tribblo,
Hoke Swann, Georgo Tolbort, Luther
Mooro and John Jordan.
Tho address of tho occasion was mado
by Prof. 1). W. Daniel, of Clomson Col
logo. Ho captivated tho ohildron and
mado a most favorablo impression upon
tho oidor OHOS.
An offertory was prottily Bung by Misa
Hov. J. L. Daniel, of tho Methodist
church, and Hov. W. S. Hamitor, of thc
Presbyterian church, woro prosont.
Many pretty ilowors woro used to make
tho church at ti act i ve.
A pleasant picnic was tho ono givon bj
Misses Francos Lowory and Emmn Strip
ling to thoir classes of tho Hnptist Sun
day school last Saturday, at a prottj
place known as Hall's Gulloy. Othort
who attended were: Misses Eloise Sloan
Addio Hiott, Annie Aloxandor, Mr. Karl
Harper and Mr. Leathers, of Westmin
Mr. Wm. IL Couch, of Bridgeport
Conn., after spending several months a<
tho Oconco Inn, loft Monday.
Mr. J. IL Bryan, sinco his roturn fron
tho mooting of tho Grand Lodgo K. o
P., at Florence, whoro ho was oloctoc
Grand Outor Guard, has boon receiving
many congratulations. Ho was sore
muled and responded to a call for (
Prof. C. W. Moore's school at Town
villo closed Friday evening.
Tho sad nows of tho death of Mrs. A
H. Broyles, so near that of Major limy les
was painfully received by many friend
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strother spen
Sunday at Walhalla.
Mrs. W. P. Held, Miss Mary Juill
ltoid and Johiuon Bold havo returnee
aft or an absence of sovornl wooka a
Canton and Atlanta.
Miss Bossm Micklor, of West Union
was in town Friday.
Mrs. M. Stokes Stribling loft Monda;
to visit relativos at Andorson and Wi!
Prof. and Mrs. John Ii. McWhorto
havo been sponding sovcral days in town
Mr. W. W. Bowen is sponding sovora
days at Eusloy.
Mrs. Eliza llrooks is in Seneca again
and her many friends aro glad to soo hoi
Mrs. Wm. A. L.jwory spout Friday n
Mr. Wilmot Smith, of Walhalla, al
tended Children's Day sorvices at tin
Methodist church Sunday afternoon.
Miss Kate Stribling has roturnod t
hoi- homo at Uoswoll, Ga.
Mr. Linden Dumas, of Summerville
has boon visiting his sister, Mrs. Huski
Misses Dana and Wynona Mooro an
Clara Livingston and Mr. T. J. Moor
attended tho closing oxorciscs of Pro
Mooro'n Bohool at Townvillo Frida
Mr. J. It. Anglin, of Atlanta, was hor
Mr. lt. M. Tribblo and Goorgo Tribbl
wont to Walhalla Saturday, owing to th
doath of a child of Mr. Tribblo's brotho
MesBi-s. Julinu Dondy and Frank Ma:
voil, of Walhalla, spout Saturday i
Mrs. J. H. Zachoray and little dang]
lem of Townvillo, woro in town Tuoi
Miss Beedie Cromer is not at hor USU!
place in tho store of Miss H. Phillip
being out on account of thc Illness of
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. IIowoll havo r
turned from Atlanta,
Somo Seneca boys wont to Wostminsti
Friday, played base bull and woro d
Thc house of Mr. M. S tokos Striblii
is hoing freshly painted.
.SKNKOA, May 24.-Misa Francos Whi
nure, teachor of tho primary dopnrtmoi
of thc Seneca High School, gavo a plea
ant party to tho pupils of nor room an
BcvoiK.l other little folks, Tuesday aftc
noon at 0 o'clock, at Mrs. T. E. Sti ll
Mr. T. E. Dioksou has hoon spend ii
several days with his family hore.
Mr. Thomas Dickson and Miss Mai
Dickson, of Millford, Toxns, spout a di
or two of this wook with relativos hor
MARY E. SWANN.
A CLEAR HEAD
good digestion; sound sleep;
fine appetite and a ripe old agi
arc some of the results of the us
of Tutt's Liver Pills. A sing!
dose will convince you of the
wonderful effects and virtu
A Known Fact.
An absolute cure for sick hea<
ache, dyspepsia, malaria, soi
stomach, dizziness, constipatic
bilious lever, piles, torpid liv?
and all kindred diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pill
DOINGS IN BUSY WESTMINSTER.
Cloning Exeroltes ot the High School Hot
imm? ot Sate 8*15. >
WESTMINSTER, May 24.-The dosing
oxoroiaes of tho Westminster High
8chool ea Friday,^ May !9th, were quite
a success. Compared to the dosing of
tho last session, a year ago, it showed
great advauoomout and improvement.
A shower of rain oame Thursday even
ing which settled tho dust, aud, on Fri
day, the sun shone lu nil its beauty and
glory, making the day a most suitable
ono for such an occasion. Rev. P. J.
Vh'nlillion, principal, "tul his e?loiOllt
assistants, Missos Stribling and Kptlng,
had prepared an interesting programme,
whioh was admirably rondorod by their
bright and intelligent pupils, numbering
somo whoro near ninoty. Tho pupils ar
rived long before the opening hour and
thoir suiiBhinitig oouutouanoes wore in
unison with tho bright day. To soo so
immy gwent Indio?. Sil dreSHOd ill wlltto.
is a Bight that uovor fails to make a
Song-.Tralee tho Lord."
Prayer by Rov. 8. L. Wibjon, of tho
Recitation-"Try, Koop Trying," by
Roy Stribling, Frnnk .'Jewoll,' Hated Car
tor and Horbort Free-nan.
Dialogue, "At our houso," by Miss
Nollio Mulkoy and William Dillard.
Rooitation, "Tho now bonnet," by Miss
' Song, "Roady, steady," by tho intor
modiato and primary pupils.
Recitation, "A iittio girl's triais,;: by
MIBS Kato Yirmilllou.
Prof. John G. Clinksoalos, ef CIOIUBOII
Collogo, tho invited ?peaker, was intro
duced to tho audience hy Rev. R. R.
Bagnall, of tho M. E. ohuroh, at 10.45 a.
m. Tho suhjoot of Prof. Cllnksoalo'B
nddrcBH was "How to spond vncatiou,"
whioh WOB listonod to vory nttolitivoly
during ita dolivory. Prof. Clinksoalos'B
address was Hound and logical. Ho spoke
vory urgently on tho virtues to oultivato
necessary to mako lifo a success. Prof.
Clinkscalcs always onjoys speaking to
Westminster audiences and they tako
groat delight in iioaring him.
Noxt was an "Essay on a Mule," by
Mr. Lawronco Pitts.
Dialogue-"Music Class," by MOBBI'S.
Edwin Mason, T. S. Millor, Androw Nor
ris, OornolluB Davis and Stiles Tannory.
Dialogue-"Tho Gossips," by Missos
Kthol Loathers, Daisy Williams, Evio
Simpson and I dllin Jenkins,
Dialoguo-"Fashionable Follies," by
Missos Laura Smithson and Luelle Zlm
Song-"Novor Say Fail."
KV IC NI NO EXERCISES.
"Wolcomo," by Roy Stribling, Dauiol
Mason, K lot nu Tannory, Ottis Elrod,
MissoB Annie May Andorsou and Au
Rooitation-"Mary Ann," by Miss An
ulo May Andoroon.
Song-"Evonlng Rolls," by advanced
mid intermodiato pupils.
"Alphabot Roundalay," by twonty
sovoii girls and ono boy. Miss Rona
Duff was tho acting queen.
Song-"Tho Littlo Lights," by Miss
Annie May Anderson, Nollio Mulkoy
and Augusta Smithson.
"Essay on Girls," by Mr. Thaddeus
"Whoro aro you going? Como to
JOBUB," by M?BBOB Lucile Zimmerman,
Sarah Anderson, Ida Martin, Ethel Mo
Goo, Kato Anderson, Mastors Rutledge
Zimmerman, Frank Sowoll, Conway Tor
roll and King Dillard.
"Tho Figures," by Missos Mary Ma
son, Nollio Lou Carter, Mary Carter,
Ruby McGoo, Adalino Duff, Maud Ral
iongor, Maud Simpson, Vera Elrod and
Recitation-"Wusht I wuz a Roy," by
Miss Mary Mason.
"Freo Hand Drill," by twenty-six
"Roat Song," by tho primary and in
Dialoguo-"Tho Graduates," by Misses
Kato Jarrard, Codio Parker, Nannie Ter
rell, Mumie Caines, Rollo Jones .'ola
Jarrard, Maud Stribling, Irene dior
and Floy Norris.
"Old-Fashioned School Toachor," by
Peden Andorsou, teaohcr; Oscar Pitts,
Irish boy, and Willio Dillard, Guy Simp
son, Harnett Norris, "R." Williams and
Benjamin Simpson, scholars.
Dialoguo-"Trial of a Colored Wit
iiOBB," by Messrs. J. K. Anderson, C.
Davis and Arthur Finley.
SOUK-"Cn tho Lake wo Float," by
twenty-four girls and six boya.
"Quarrol Among tho Flowors," by
Missos Gussie Martin, Adalino Duff,
Nollio Norris, Jossio Jenkins, Tompsio
Hull, Ethel McGoo, Maud Ballongor,
Jessie Dobbins, Kthol Loathers, Pearl
Norris, Mary Mason, Mamie Traylor and
V01 a Elrod.
D alogue-"Matrimonial Advortiso
mont," by Misses Irono Millor, Rollo
Jones, Floy Norris, and Messrs. Androw
Norris and Stiles Tannory.
Lccturo 011 Woman by Miss Codio
"Madamo Jarloy's Wax Works," by
Messrs. Cornelius Davis, J. K. Andor
sou, Edwin Mnson, Podon Andorsou, T.
S. Millor, Arthur Finloy, and M?BSOB
Maud Gaines, Allie Stribling, Lol Jar
rard, Mamio (raines, Nnnnio Torroll,
Lake Herring and Annie Millor.
Dialogue-"Ilamlot and his GliOBt,"
by Lawrenco Pitts and Charlio Simpson,
Drill-"Tho BridgO," bysixteon young
Justboforo tho good-night song was
sung Rov. Virmillion made a fow ro
marks, thanking tho largo assombly for
thoir good attention and bohavior and
the kindness, help and oncouragomont
ho recoived from tho patrons and trus
tees during tho torin just closing. Fur
thermore ho ?tated that at tho bogin
ning Of tho session OHO of tho hostel's
offorcd a pri/.o to tho pupil who mado
tho best avorago during thc BOSBIOII.
This prize was won by Miss Eloy Nor
ris, of Rroylos, S. C., hor gonoral avor
ago hoing U7. Appreciating her good
record sho baa boon awarded a freo
scholarship in tho noxt tomi of Hohool.
Tho last thing on tho programme was
"Good-Byo," (song) which all tho school
unitod in Binging, after which tho cur
tain dropped and all went homo-at tho
Nearly all of Wostminstor attended
tho ovoning oxorclscs. This, with tho
vast number of visitoiB St/dm neighbor
ing towns and communion, mado it ono
of tho largest audiences at tho closing
oxorcises in tho history of tho school.
Wostminstor appreciates having such
good school advantages and HUOII aldo
teachers, whe havo won tho lovo and
esteem of po groat a luimbor of pupils
coming u'.idor their caro. All join in
wiHhing 'oachoiB and pupils a pleasant
' Thoro will bo oommtmlon sorvloo in
Dr, Miles' Nervine
A REMEDY FOR THE
Bf fest* of Tobacco.
TH E excessive uso of tobacco, especially
by young men is always Injurious and
undoubtedly thortons Ufo materially. :
Hr. Ed. O. Ebson, compositor on tho Contra?
Gusta Nc wu, Martinet, Cal., writes; "I navo
used Dr. Milos' Restorative Nor vino and io -
coivod much benefit from lt. I ?as troubled
with nervousness, diary spoils andfdeeplos-v
noss, caused by tho uso of tobacco and stim
ulant ?). I took Dr. Miles' Norvlne with nmt
vuh/it.dv fcOod results, allaying th??itsiness,
qulotlng tho nerves, and enabling mo to
sleep and rest, proving in my case a vory
beneficial romcdy." Dr. Milos' Restorative
Nervino ls especially adapted to restoring
tho nervous sys tom to Its normal condition
under such circumstances. It soothes, heals
and atrongtbon-. IBffiHigffjPyyiPBHHW
Dr. Miles' Romodlos BK^S^ Of. "^5SH
aro sold by all drug- 'M???I . vgB
Klstanndora positivo R*??? ? -'^m
guarantco, flrnt bottlo KL rlOrV??l? 38
bonoflta or monoy ro- fj&.% HM^AMI? 9
funded. Dook on dla- tBmf'.' ??~~\??~.SSI ~L
oases of the heart ond lifcgffiflf
no.t?0;,*??00- Address, MWBIHWII'IIIIWBHIU
lil*. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind.
tho Presbyterian churoh next Sabbatli
MIBS Nannie Isboll, of Sonooa, visited
Miss Nannie Ten ell last week.
Maj. B. II. CroBS roturnod Friday from
tho reunion and a visit to his old homo
in Sumter county, no sorvod through
tho olvil war and doubtless no veteran
oijoyod their trip to tho "City by tho
Soa" bottor than ho.
Miss Jessie Parker, of Audorson, is
visiting bor cousin, Miss Codio Porker.
Mr. D. II. Sadler, of Audorson county,
paid frionds in this placo a visit last
Munera and Westminster played baso
ball boro last Friday with tho following
result by tho scoro of tho niuo Innings:
Westminster ....430123 0 0 2-15
Sonooa. 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0- 5
nattery for Sonocn Glinkscalcs, and
Duncan for Westminster. Edwards and
llibb struck out by Edwards, 14; by
Clinkscalos, 8. Umpiro, Norris. Scor
ers, Littlo, of Westminster, and Mason,
Misses Mary and Maud Heaton, of
Toccoa, Georgia, aro visiting Mrs. J. E.
Misses Hessin Kptiiig and Eftlo Strib
ling, teachers of tho Westminster High
School, aro off onjoying their vacation.
Tho formor ia visiting tho family of Mr.
J. I). Sholdon, near Fair Play, and tho
lattor is on a visit to "nor undo, Mr. S. P.
Stribling, of Chorry.
ltov. P. J. Virmillion is ocoupying his
now residence A. Ii. GOSSKTT.
Comes from Dr, D. B. Carpilo, of
Washlta, I. T. Ho writes: "Four bot
1 les of Elootrio Hittors has cured Mrs.
Blower of scrofula, which had caused
her groat suffering for years. Torriblo
sores would break out on hor head and
faco, and tho boBt doctors could givo no
boin; but hor euro is comploto and hor
health is oxcollont." This nhows what
thousands havo provod-that Electrio
Hi Lt ern is tho host blood purifier known.
It's tho Bupi?ino ?oniedy tor cojuma, tot
tor, salt rheum, ulcors, boils and run
ning smcs. It stimulates livor, kidneys
and bowels, oxpols poisons, helps diges
tion builds up tho strong th. Only 50
cents. Sold by all druggists in tho
TOKKKNA, May 22.-Miss Ella Shaw,
who has boon on an oxtonded visit to
relatives and friends near Mountain
Crook, has roturnod home.
Miss Matulo Cromor and littlo sister,
of Alpino, viBitod Mrs. P. II. Isboll a
fow days last wook.
Kev. J. P. Singleton, of Pondloton, was
in our midst Inst Tuesday.
Dr. E. B. Wobb, of Fair Play, passed
this placo last Tuesday on bis way to
Miss Sallie Mcl.oskoy roturnod home
Saturday, a?or spending sovoral days
with her brother, Mr. J. I?. MeLeskoy, of
M5BS Idilio Prichard, who has hoon
visiting Mrs. T. P. Singloton, of Mt. Ta
bor, roturnod homo Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Isboll visltod rela
tives, noar Tugnloo, Sunday.
Tho giiOBts of Mr. C. T. Phillips and
family Sunday were: Dr. John Hopkins,
wifo and son, Mr. J. AV". Harper's family
and Mr. Thomas Ilarpor, all of Seneca.
Tho wedding bolla suroly will ring bo
foro long, judging from tho way ono cor
taln young man goos down tho road.
Mr. J. A. Mcl.oskoy was in Audorson
ono day last wook.
Mr. W. H. Gibson and wifo visited rela
tives, noar Tugaloo, rocontly.
With a torpid livor and tho Impuro
blood that follows lt, you aro an easy
prey to all sorts of nilmonts. That
"used-up" fooling is tho fltst warning
that your livor isn't doin/ ita work.
That is tho timo to tako Dr. Pioroo's
Goldon Medical Discovery. As nn appe
tizing, restorative tonio, to /opol diaoaso
and build up tho needod flosh and
stiongth, there's nothing equal to it. It
rouses ovory organ imo healthful action,
pm i iles and onriohos tho brood, bracoB
up tho wholo system, and restores health
Columbia Record, May 20: "A gentle
man In tho lowor part of tho Stato ro
contly contributed at ono timo to tho
Methodist orphanage in Columbia fifteen
hundred dollars in cash, six hundrod
and eighty dollars worth of lumbor, six
toon barr?la of flour, sixty pounds of
butter, a nico snit for all tho boys and
two dresses for oaoh of, tho girls, and
this ls not tho first timo by any moans."
Discovered by a Woman.
Anothor groat dlscovory has been
mndo, and that, too, by a lady In this
country. " I linease fastened Ita clutohos
upon nor for seven years, nho withstood
Ita scvorost tests, but her vital organs
wore undia mined and death soomou Im
minent. For tinco mont hu oho coughed
incessantly, nnd could not sloop. Sito
filially discovered a way to recovery, by
Surohasing of us a bottlo of Dr. King's
ow Dlscovory for consumption, and
was so muoh roliovod on taking first
doso, that sho slopt all night; and with
two bottles, bas boon absolutely cured.
Hor name is Mrs. Luther i,ut/." Thus
wrltos W. C. Hnmnlck Jk Co., of Shelby,
N.C. Trial bottlo freo at all drugstores
In tho county. Regular slzo 50 couts and
il, F.vory bottlo g ti aran to od.
-Tho war with Spain oost tho Unltod
States 0,200 lives,
THE CUT-PRICE CASH STORE.
>NLY A FEW MORE BARRELS OF GRANULATED SUGAR AT ll BOUNDS
TO TUE DOLLAR.
FIVE MORE OASES OF LION AND ARDUOKLE'S COFFEE
AT TEN CENTS PER PACKAGE. .
HEN'S HATS, BOYS' HATS, CHILDREN'S HATS, FELT HATS, WOOL HATS,
STRAW HATS. CRASH HATS, BROAD-BBIM SUN HATS.
SEE OUR MEN'S CRASH HATS AT 15o.
. Vours vory rospootfully,
W? H. EsBSJLtY ?fe CO.,
WESTMINSTER, S. C.
????WMa 1.11 i ililli, i.. i . . i i i ? .iii,, ...
On the Wrong Track!
TF you'ro paying too much foryour Grooorios, you'ro on tho wrong track. No
JL man eau stom alr.jg to finnnoial SUCCORB unless ho wntohps oloRoly the owt
, lay-uutoBB ho buys whoro tho mouoy goos farthest, lt's tho Uttlu savings that
tho years swing into a splendid total.
It's the prico feature here-baokod by qualities that aro purost--that
makes tho caroful huyor our friend-that brings our ouRtomors back again and
BEST JAVA COFFEE, GREE Ii,
BEST ..AVA COFFEE, ROASTED,
20o. per pound.
25o. por pound.
GOOD RIO COFFEE,
BEST RIO COFFEE,
ll pounds for $1.00.
1) pounds for $1.00.
Good Flour, 45o. por saok; om boat Flours at GOo., f>5..\, OOo., aud 05c. por suok.
in iota ot one barrel or moro, spooinl price?.
The Popular Price Store.
To THE PEOPLE OF OCONEE COUNTY.
Our Spring Goods Aro lloro, and Wo Ask that You Call
and Examino Thom.
\\TE bavo all that you could ask for-that is, first-class Goods at Lowest Prices.
VY Just BOO our lino of Dross Goods and you will bo convinced that wo aro
right. Soo our Ladlos' Slippers. Wo can give you a nico Slipper, worth $1.25, for
)8 cents. Thon if you wantsomothingbottor, wo havo thom and can suit you. both
in prico and quality. Wo havo tho boBt solootod Ruo of thom wo havo over had, and
san givo you what you want.
CLOTHING.-Now ?B your timo to buy your Clothing. Como before thoy aro
picked ovor. Wo havo bought them and thoy must go. So come.
PANTS.-Wo also havo a lot of nico Pants, just como. Thoy, too, must go,
?nd now ia tho timo to get thom ohoap.
SHOES.-Tuon you s midd soo our Shoos. Wo will not tako space to montion
>ur many dlfforont kinda and low prlcos, for wo can suit you in stylo and quality,
ind mako you smilo whon you prico thora.
SHIRTS.-Wo havo a lot of now Shirts with tho many othor bargains, and
lon't forgot to look at thom..
IN FACT-anything you want to buy you should como to us for it, as wo carry
everything usually kopt in a Brat class atoro and aro always willing to divido profits
with you. So it will pay you to como to soo us. *
GROCERIES, ifec.-Whon you want Groceries call and seo us. When you wnnt
Hardwaro call and soo na. Whon you want Furniture call and seo us. Whon you
want Shoos call and soo us. Whon you want Dry Goods call and soo us. Whon you
want BARGAINS call and soo us.
T AV T Q H A Successors to
J. OZ/ tl. ?O. 'UiiLXi XJilJLln) CARTER MERCHANDISE CO.,
Tho colored minors who woro carried
from Alabama to Pana, III., Inst year to
;ako the placo of striking minors, aro re
turning homo. They havo not found Illi
\ois at all congouial. Indeed they havo
found it extremely difficult to carn
mough to eat thoro. Illinois is always
.oady to sympathize with tho negro while
:iois in tho South, and to domand for him
di sorts of privileges and indulgoncos
rrom tho people of tho South. But she
loos not caro for tho black men at close
WK ll AVK OPENED SOME GOOD
THINGS FOR CLOSK BUYERS. KX
Ladies1 Fast Black Umbrellas, good
cloth, only 50o.
Nico Silk Glovos for (1.
Ladies' Undervests, Tapo Nook and
Sloovcs, for 10o.
Ladios' Gowns, full ?izo, 50c.
Ladies1 Good Chemise, 25c
Ladies' Crash Skirts, 50 and 75c.
Better Goods, mixtures, $1.25.
Shirt Waist?, 25 and 60c.
Now 80-inoh Organdies at 10o.
Fino Quality Nansook at 7 and 10c.
Good Wool Sidling at 50o.
Cropons at 76o. and $1 por yard.
Fino White Lawn in remnants for 10c.
You can't buy it in pioco for 20o.
Lot of Ladles' Silk Mitts, woro 25 and
r>0o., yours for 20o.
Ask to soo our Uno of Oxfords in all
colors and tops for $1.50. Nico enough
for a quoon to woar. .
You will find all of our last summer
Shoos on center table at just about half
prlco. Wo will closo thom quickly at
tho prlco. Got a bargain while thoy laBt,
Sorivon's Drawors at 75o. por pair.
Challongo Drawors at 50o.
Plain Drawors at 25o.
Tho best Uno of Nogligco Shirts in tho
country for 50o.
Silk Front Shirts for only *1.
SENECA, SL fi.
G. G. Probst,
JL> lil INT TI ? T ,
Walhalla, S. C.
Office two Doors East of Bank,
HOUBS : 8.30 A. M. TO 1 1*. M. ANO 2 TO fl
March 24, 1808.
DR ff. F.
I> E 3ST T I S X ,
Seneca, S. C.
- OFPIOH DAYS -
MONDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
OF EAOH WEEK.
MgtF io 1808.-ly
IHAVE opened np a first-class Black?
Hinith and Whcol-wright Shop in
Walhalla and am proparod to do all
kinda of repairing, auch na Buggies,
Carriages, Wagons, Horao-ahooing, ito.
Special attention niven to repairing
machinery of all kinds.
Painting a specialty.
Now work mado to ordor.
All work guaranteed satisfactory.
Qivo mo a call. Respectfully,
?L V" SMITH.
Below Pott?' Stablo, noar Dopot.
May 4, 1800. 8-m
lils l?iis?i Sills
A FULL LINE OF
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND FANCY
GOODS ARRIVING AND
WILL BE SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH.
My motto: Short profils and Quick
Como and soo mo. 1 will mako it to
II. .A.. II. GIBSON.
April 20, 1800.
Oh, that Pain !
Call in at Dr. J. W. Boll'a Drug Store,
toll him "whoro it is at" and lot him
givo you what you need.
You muy not know what you want, but
ho can tell you.
PURE, FRESH DRUGS ALWAYS
Proscriptions carefully and accurately
compounded, day or night.
FULL LINK FANCY GOODS, CIGARS,
TOBACCOS, CANDIES, ETC.
Ja WM B ? LH L y
WALHALLA, S. C.
milK TOWN TAX BOOKS aroMunr
X opon at C. W. Banknlght's Storo.
All taxes must bo paid by Juno first, or
penalty will bo added.
dork and Troasuror.
M.... * tOf\(\ ????.