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. ?Uti it's the one you
?it I cresta yoiv; ?heel iniercsl.
should be u splendid success
?tltut sa n t reflections.
Vlenty of good Un
flui/tlies---lhe lillie arid lu
much depends Ute success oj
Hem ctn her I trill /,
Merry Christmas lo all!
1.10U CASH -Hickory, Dogwood, Per
' si m mon, Walnut Logs. Southern
Hardwood Co., 1'. O. Hox, Charleston,
S. c. Dec. 28, ISUU-.VJ-;?
il'ocal aub Bcrsflual.
Mr. Will lioso, of Ahhovillo, is ill
t ( i w 11
-Miss Carrie Sholor, of Seneca, is
visiting in (own.
Mr. I?'. W. Noys, of Knoreo, is visit
ing relatives in Walhalla.
Mr. (Soo. Reese spout tho holidays in
Ahhcvillo visiting a friend.
Mr. Maverick YanWyok, of Atlanta,
is visiting relativos in Walhalla.
-Mr. Will Lawson, of Ahhovillo, vis
ited friends in Walhalla this week.
-Mr. .1. ll. Kohl, of Columbia, visited
his parents in Wall) illa this week.
Mr. Charlie. <?ot ry, of Spartanburg,
is among his many friends in Walhalla.
Miss Willie Harli ell, of Atlanta, is
visiting her friend, Mrs. S. N. Pitchford.
- Mr. ?.. ll. Peckham, of G ri flin, Ca.,
visited his family in Walhalla this wonk,
Mr. W. .lohn Schroder, of Crillin,
(?a.. visited los parents in Walhalla this
Miss Miltie Trihhle, ot' Anderson, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. ,). T. Kay, and
-Mr. A. I lao Dendy, of Charlotte, is
spending Ibu holidays in this city with
Miss Julia Maxwell attended the
Skelton-Anderson wedding at Pendleton
Don't forget lo attend the big land
sales by thc Master al Walhalla Court
House next Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. linn- and daugh
ter, of Greenville, are visiting Major S.
I'. Ilendy and family.
-Mrs. lt, I fermion and son, K. I...
Kennion, Esq., aro visitin?; relatives in
Columbia ami Granituville.
-Mr. ami Mrs. ,). .1. Norton, of
Gainesville, Ca., are visiting tho mother
ol' the former, Mrs. T. A. Norton.
-Mr. Kee C. Ilollcmnn, of Anderson,
spent Christmas dav with his parents,
Mr. an.I Mrs. .1. W. Ilolleman.
- Mr. .1. C. Crawford Keys, of Sumter,
s. c., spen' Christmas day at fm-home
of Col. and Mrs. li. A. Thompson.
Masters Kamsay and Prank Hollo
man, ol' Andersen, ?wo visiting their
grandfather, .Judge J. W. Ilolleman.
?Mr. (I. A. steck returned HVCharlos
(on ?his (Wednesday) morning, after
spending a week with relatives in Wal
.Miss Corrii" Pliinncy, of the Wil
liamston Pe?nale College, is spending
thc holidays with her parents in West
- Miss Annie Crisp, of the Cedar
Springs Institute, is spending the boli
lla vs with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
P. '< l isp.
Miss Kinma Wickliffe, who is attend
ing (he Limestone College, at (?annoy, is
spending the holidays in West Union, vis
it ing her parents.
-Capt. Walter Cihson, wife and chil
dren, of Abbeville, S. C., are spending
the holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. II. A. ll. Cihson.
Master Kac 1'ahncstoek is spending
the holidays with his father, Dr. Palme
slock. Ile is a student of the Cedar
Sp !ngs Institute
lt is impossible for us to cid thc
names of all thc Christmas visitors. If
your name does not aplicar in these col
muns do not think hard of us.
Messrs. K. K. Perry, of Asheville, N.
C., and ( has. W. Perry, ol' Kooree, S. C.,
arc visiting their father, Mr. Win. Perry,
and oilier relatives in Walhalla.
-Miss Annie Vernor, of Con verso Col
lege, Spartaiib.. is spending the hob
dav vacation with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. I ). Verner, near town,
Miss Mary Stribllllg, of Hie Agnes
Seoll Institute, Decatur, (?a., is spend
iug the holidays with her parents. Major
and Mrs. Wm. .1. Strihling. near town.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford S. Merrick, of
Killmore, X. C., are visiting Kio family
ol Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Merrick. Their
?.;.uiy fi ?ends are delighted to meet them
?.Col. Tims. 11. Kong, our versatile
Tugaloo corrcspi.-id 'd??gJUX low u to
day. Ile told usa co^HHpPPon Levis
and the pipe. Levis, yiW had better
.Miss Nan Strother, of Converse, and
Mr. Dave Strother, of Wol?ord College,
Spartanburg, are spending the holidays
wilh their parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. C.
St i ot her, in West I 'llioil.
-Mr. .lohn H. S. Hendy, of the Smith
Carolina College, is ?it home tins week
spending Christmas with his parents.
When he makes his next visit, home he
expects lo bring his diploma with him.
I),. John Wicklilfe, of Ward's Island
Hospita!. Sew \ mk, is spending thc Indi
days willi his patents. Judge and Mrs.
Isaac Wiekhlfee, in Wesl I nion. His
many friends arc pleased to meet him
Married, on December IM, ls'.?.?, Mr.
c. C. Maxey and Miss Kassie Stuned,
Chas. lt. I). Durna, Notary Public, ofli
oiating. The marriage occurred al the
home of the bride's lather, M r. H. II.
M am i I, nea I West I ' Ilion.
Mr. Walter Kilburn, a lineolype ma
nipulator ol' Hie Macon (Ca.) Kveiiing
News, ison a visit to iii.s mother, Mrs
i.. W. Kilburn. Ile is an old < ol KU I;
hoy and has many friends here who arc
alw ay s glad to see him.
Kev. c. P. Clarkson, thc new pastor
m Hu; Walli.ola and .seneca station, is
expected lo an ?ve in Walhalla l'inlay
evening. Ile will pleach in Hie Walhalla
Mel hod isl church next .sunday morning
and evening at I he usual holli s.
A union meet inc; w ill he In ld at
Pleasant Hill church next Saturday and
.sunday. The programme will he ex
hibited on day of meeting. A lull dele
cation from each chinch in Hie district
i - rcipicslcd. I .''I all all end and ha ve a
M r. Prue Skelton ?md Miss Kosa An
d?is.m were united m marriage al Pen
dicion this morning. Miss Anderson is
welland favorably known in Walhalla,
wh. ic her father, Mr. KichanI Anderson,
lived severa! years. Many friends ex
lend c. .lierai ulai ?ons,
M i. John I ?. Pei ry. of Tylet, Texas,
arrived in Walhalla this afternoon,
v herc he w ill spend some days visiting
Mi . and Mrs. J. W. Shelia' and Mi. and
Mis. John I?. Pciry. I'he. will he Mr.
Pei ry's I i rs I visit lo tins Male. Wc be
.speak for him a pleasant visit.
V.. I?. A. smith, Jr., formerly a
meiiibci ol'Tm. ( oi un i: typographical
lon e, hut now in Hie employ of a joh
oilier m Washington, is visiting his
parents, Mr. and M rs. I). A. Smith, in
Midway. Dresden is looking wed and
Ins many friends arc ph ased to see him.
"Jerry Hie Outcast'- was repiodu cd
hy Ku Walhalla Comedy Company Tues
dav nighl I.el ore a larne audience. Thc
play w is well rendered, and the vocal
music hy Misses ( ?ihsoii and Kell and
Mc a ,. W. I.. ( iihson, h. <,?. Merril I? ?iud
J. K. \nsel was received hy Hm andienen
willi i oncated uni m us
are making ready that
v ic.s. We are anxious it
---one that will leave only
lugs here---Ux> Christmas
'g (?lings upon which so
' the Christmas Dinner,
bare Oysters, Celery and
C. G. JAYNES.
-Capt. W. E. Gibson, of Columbia, loft
or Anderson Wednesday morning, aftor
(pouding Christmas with homo folks,
l?o has boon transferred from tim sorvieo
>f tho Southern Railway in tho lower
part of tho State to tho run botweon Uni
on and Anderson. Tho chango was made
ni account of Mr. Gibson's health.
-Tho following is a list of ollicors
ducted to servo Fair Flay l.odgo. No.
U.2, A. F. M., tho ensuing Masonic year:
b. A. Colo, YV. M.; I). K. Dalrymple, S.
,V.; Dr. J. ll. Moore, .1. W. ; T. L,
Wootton, Troasuror; I,. I,. Jarratd, Soc
etary; F. I,. Fullen, Tiler; W. J. Comp
on, S. 1).; F. W. Colo, .1. 1).; I,. ?.
Rradborry and ,1. II. Price, Stewards.
-We aro now otfering tho Atlanta
semi-Weekly .Joninal and Tm: CorniKlt
mo whole year (three good papoi'8 each
.vook) for !?l.?o. Old subscribers who
ire in arrears eau como in and pay up
?on! gel these papers the same as a now
man. Think about, it, and como to seo
us. Von aro always welcome. Pring
your family and watch our presses run.
- Kev. M. M. Kinard, pastor of ICbon
eva-r Lutheran church, Columbia, S. C.,
was voted tho most popular preacher in
Lambert's Clergyman's contest, having
received a,OMI coupon votes. Ho was
awarded a handsome bookcase as a
Christmas present. Hov. Mr. Kinard is
?voil and favorably known in Walhalla.
His many friends hero extend congratu
lations and best wishes.
- A seasonable symptom just now is an
inclination to colds. The slightest im
prudence on your part brings ou a cold.
lt will do you no good to neglect it, hut
you should take prompt action to seo
[bal it is checked. Lunnoy's White Fine
uni Spruce Expectorant acts as a specilic
uni permanent euro in the treatment of
roughs, colds, bronchitis anti all disor
ders of the throat, chest and lungs.
Price, 2*i and SU cents, at Lue. cy's drug
store, Seneca, S. C.
has arrived at Norman's,
" T II F. U I'-TOW N ST O UK,"
willi a largo and pretty assortment
of Toys and fur?simas Goods, now i
ready for inspection and at lowest
OlYKN KUKU :
IO cakes best quality Laundry Soap,
lt! boxes Matches, 2 packages best ;
.lava and Mocha Coffee, or a package
Choice Mixed Candios, with every!
dollar's v ?rill of Jewelry, Silver,
China and Fancy Goods you buy.
Lots of music and a good tinto at ?
TDK I l -TOWN STORK.
Itounty Land Alliance will hohl ils
first regular meeting for IOHO at Itounty
Land school bouse on Saturday, the
sixth day of January next, at lu o'clock
A. M. All the brethren are earnestly
requested to he present, as there will be
important business to transact-elec
tion of ollicors for the ensuing year and
elect delegates to County Alliance, to
id ose the business of this year and
formulate plans for next, make arrange
ments for purchasing guano, otc. Don't
formet that it is the day for paying
annual dues. The brethren will take
due notice thereof and govern them
Y. C. LA.NOSTON, President.
A. ll. ELLISON, Secretary.
Profiler farmer, look al this statement.
These are solid facts. The extract is
i-ulled from the lola (Kans.) Democrat.
"Ono year ago ten bushels of corn
would buy loo pounds of barbed wivo.
To-day it will take twenty bushels to
buy thal amount, of wire. One year ago
ten bushels of corn would buy a keg of
nails: to-day it will require twenty
bushels. Nails have doubled in price.
I .umber has gone 'out of sight,' and farm
implements are away up. ?las the price
of your wheal, corn, cattle, hogs or any
other product doubled in the last year o
'McKinley's prosperity?' "
Corn is cheap in Kansas, we all know,
bul prices of things the farmers need
have been constantly on (ha risc since
Rulical McKinley was in ii a tgurated
President of the F Oiled Stati-s. Now, if
good Pilly I (ryan is the next Democratic
nominee for President, let us all du our
best lo elect him. McKinley will do his
(?est, but let tts do ililli one helter. Wi
all have friends or relatives in other
Stales. Write to them, telling them to
gel OH the right line, (iel ll em In get
their friends right, and all will bc well.
You have friends you have mu. written
loin ages. Now is the time to begin.
II will make these long winier nights
glide swiftly hy. < live this matter a push.
Robbed lite Cm ye.
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John ( (liver, of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows:
.-l was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coaled, pain cont ?itally in hack
and sides, no appetite gradually grow
ing weaker day by day. Three physi
cians had given mc up. Fortunately, a
I 'omi advised trying 'Electric Ritters,'
and lo my great joy and surprise, the
lirst bottle made a decided improvement.
I continued their use for thieu weeks
and am now a well man. I know they
saved my life and riddled the grave of
amit her viel im. No om- should fail to
Irv them, (inly Wi cents per bottle al
all drug stores in the county.
Illicit DISIIIIKII Ntthhptf.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala., Deo. 21. - Leo and
Janies Matthewu and Daniel Jones have
been arrested m Jackson county for
Illicit distilling. Thoy were brought to
Huntsville by I ? . pu ty Maishal Holxen
Imek and wore put under bombi after
trial before a commissioner. A IOU gal
lon copp'u -Util, cap and worm were do
rttroyed by Deploy Collector Limier lind
Deputy Marshal Harris yesterday, nor..
P?evia The outfit was in operation,
bul ihn operativos escaped aftor a long
Cnii?|ilred In lilli Wittiest* V
Hll'.MlN'OUAM, Ala . Doc. 21.. Ivl Fow
ler, Spencer Howman and Marion Rear
don, three white men, have been brought
hore from Atlanta and will bo K'ivon a
preliminary trial noforo United States
Coinmi-si oner Cornish ona chingo of
conspiracy and assault with intent to
murder. Tho trial will occur aftor
Christmas. D is ohargod that thoy
were in a conspiracy to murder n gov
ernment witness namoi! JOHSO T. Thomp
Morin*** Mi-cun H a I'urrton.
A il.AVi \, I >eo 21.- I A. Hodges, who
killed his uniie, Sam Hodges, in
Lowndes county two yearn ago and wa*
Hontoneod toten years in i'.o peniten
tiary, has been pardoned by (?overnor
Candler. 'The order wan ia?unri hy ibo
governor Upon the recommendation of
I)H, hoard of pardon com missioners.
'I bu kiding w.iH lin? result of had feol
ilig which had existi d betwoen tho two
men lor several months.
oil "o? tho
World, have oleo tod tho following offi
cers to servo for 1000: W. D. Lesly, coun
cil commander: C. IL Miller, advisor
lioutcncut; J. S. Carter, banker; W. A.
Dickerson, clerk; 0. iiittlo, CHoort; H.
W. Dickson, watchman; T. N. 1 Tall, sen
try; Dr. Jabez Jones, pbysioian; i. s.
Pitts, C. E. Audorson and C. J. Mulkoy,
Yesterday aftoruoou, at ? o'clock, a
pretty marriago occurred at tho resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Armstrong,
noar Richland, whoa their daughter,
Miss Maggio Armstrong, booamo Mrs.
Henry W. McDonald. Hov. It. H. Dag
nail was tho officiating minister. To-day
a reception was tendered them by tho
parents of tho groom, Mr. and Mis. J. 1'.
McDonald, at their homo on Colonel's
Fork crook, about th ruo miles from
Missos Elinor Knight and Bessie Kp
ting, teachers in tho High School, loft
last Saturday for their respectivo homes
at Anderson and Williamston to spend
Hov. J. IL Alexander, of Atlanta, was
in town last week in tho interest of tho
Christian Observer, published at Louis
Mr. liugh Bibb, of Funnan University,
Greenville; arrived last Thursday to
spend tho holiday season at home.
Miss Ida Howley, of Augusta, Ga.,
after spending several months with her
aunt, Mrs. Dr. Hurt Mitchell, left Satur
day ovoniug tor Kentucky, whore she
will attend school.
Mrs. S. L. Wilson and children aro at
Due West spending tho holidays with
her mother, Mrs. I'oarson.
Cadet Loo Strihling, of Clemson Col
lege, is at homo for Hm holidays.
Mr. C. J. Mulkoy has about completed
another cottage on Augusta street, lt ls
being occupied hy Mr. J. K. (Klines.
Mr. Glenn Lesly, of Abbovillo, is visit
ing his brother, Mr. W. D. Lesly.
Mr. J. S. Carter and family ave at
Gainesville, (ia., spending Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Little loft Mon
day for Harmony O rove, Ga., to visit
Miss Mary Dagnall, cf the Williamston
Fomalo College, spoilt a few days recently
with hor parents, arriving on Friday and
returning to Williamston on Tuesday.
Mr. Hurt Freeman, of tho Trio steam
Laundry, Atlanta, is among tho Christ
mas visitors to Westminster.
Hov. P. II. Mears, of Weimer, ('o)le(on
county, was among friends her?) this
week. Ile preached in the Methodist
Tho entertainment given hy the High
School on Friday evening, December %??,
was highly enjoyed by tho immense
audience. For one hour tho school tie
lighted tho visitors with duets, songs,
etc. Miss Knight's class in music have
made good performers in a very short
tinto, Tho receipts ol tho oyster supper
were something over ?17.
On Christmas night Misses Kilto and
Jessie Strihling entertained moro than
forty invited friends at an "At Home."
Kcfreshtncnts were served and every
I hedy had a nice time.
Mr. Geo. S. Ogg is moving to Culuni
j bia I his week.
Tho Keilen and Anderson Hanking
I Company have issued letters to tho stock
holders, giving notice of tlu; sixth an
nual meeting, to he held in thc banking
house on Monday, January h">, moo, al .">
o'clock P. M.
Mr. W. I). Caines, of Oainesvillc, Ca.,
wits among thc many Christmas visitors
to our town the lirsf of this week.
Mr. Kdgai I Holt, of Seneca, was hen;
Sunday and Monday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Laymen !.. Kohols are
rejoicing over tho arrival of a lino baby
Mrs. J. W. Orr, of Spnrlanburg, ac
companied hy her two little daughters,
is visiting her sister. Mrs. A. Zimmer
Dr. Hall's lecture will ho in Mason's
Hall on Friday evening.
There will he preaching services in the
Richland Presbyterian church on next
Sunday. December .'list, al ll A. M., con
ducted by Kev. J. T. Dendy, of Kershaw.
Married, nt the residence of the olli
ciating minister, Kev. P. J, Vormillion,
on Thursday, December Hi, Lspp, Mr. lid.
Powell and Miss Killie Couch.
Mr. Oeorge Norris, a compositor of tho
Macon Kvenillg News, is spending Christ
mas with his father, Mr. lt. K. Norris.
A young civil engineer by the nanni of
Hi horst i ne, of Charlotte, N. C.. and Mr.
W. K. eheswell, tho promoter of the
Cheswell Cotton Mills, wore in town
several days last, week making surveys
and attending lo other malters connected
j with the cotton mill lo bo built al West
! minster. The mill sile has been located
! in tho eastern part of town on Mr. T. ll.
Jones' land and near thc Southern rail
Many anticipate a nice limo nt tho
Masonic banquet to-night.
A. K. GOSSKJ r.
Thal Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's New Lifo Kills. Thousands
ol' sunders have proved their matchless
merit for sick am) nervous headaches.
They make pure blood and strong nerves
1 and build up your health. Kasy to take.
Try them. Only S> cents. Money back
if liol euicd. Sold by all druggists in
Snodgrass Kilters Om Knee.
NASIIVIM.K, Dec. S?0.-Chief Jnstlcn
David O Snodgrass of tho ToiinosiOQ
supremo court hist night formally an
nounced hie candidacy for tho United
Status nonato in ix proclamation to tho
people of TCUUOHHOO. lin is for oxpau
?lou, retaining die now possessions, and
doclaros emphatically against trusts.
1KB declaration may ho taken as tho
Hrtt ?hot of a radhot political campaign.
Congressman Carmaok han already an
nounced his candidacy and his friends
aro notivoly nt work. Whet hor Gov
ernor MoMilliu will ontor tho raco
remains to bo seen.
Hooley Ordered to Depart.
WlbMiNUTON, N. C., Doo. SO.-In No
vomhor of Inst year O. H. Lo.okey, a
white Hopnbllcan lawor and local poll
tieinn, waa exiled front Wilmington hy
tho coinmtitee of snfety. Lust week ho
rot tuned hero. Sunday night a com
mit ten of ol tl zen a culled on him and told
him plainly he must dopnrt at oneo and
never rot urn; that tho order for btu
exile was permationt and would never
bo rovokeil I ne.Vev left- restorday.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Xidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who roads the news
Is sure to know of thc wonderful
cures made by Dr.
1 Kilmer';; Swamp-Root,
I thc. (peat kidney, liver
' and bladder i cmcdy.
, lt is thc groat med?
cal ti iumph of the. nine
III toonth century; dis
j I covered after years ol
Ij r.i icnt ife: research hy
.'xf, Dr. Kilmer, thc. omi
' neut kidney and blad
der specialist, and i:
wonderfully successful in promptly curiae
lame, back, Kidney, bladder, uric acid Irou
bles and Bright's Disease, which ls thc worst
form of kidney lt out i.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root ls not rc
ommended for everything bul if you haye, kid
ney, live.i or bladder trouble it will bo found
|usl the remedy yea need, lt has !? tester)
In so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among Ike helpless loo poor lo par
chase relief and har. proved :;o successful in
every case thal a special arrangement has
been made hy which all readers of this, paper
who have not ali cady ti led it, may have a
sample bottle sent (rec hy mall, also a hook
Idling more about Swamp Root and ho w to
find oui if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention leading this generous
offer in this paper and f ' flf^-,,_
send your address to dlJliTOwrE" Ain'?Ei?
Dr. Kilmer & Cobing RS'-1!!!?]!: ???S
icfiil.tr fifty cent nnd linnie?r Swamp-Kow
dofl,tr sKci orr .sold hy all good druggists
P. P. Clarkson, a merchant of
Pona, Ata., wilt m uni o iou by nuk
Thu Kopubl?oau uutiunai ouiii
will be bold at Philadelphia oij
day, Juno 19, noxt. s
Count Tolstoi, tho Kassian j
and social reformer, has entlloioi
ooferod from his illuoss to resane
T. W. Iieary of ObattanooRa bns'W
appointed general mauagor of tho IdcHB
ern Express company, to snooood M.'TM
O'Brion, elected president aftor tho*
death of H. ?. Plant.
Tho Mississippi board of health, in Its
biennial roport io the legislature, staten
tbat smallpox is generally prof Aleut ovei
tho statu aud rooommonds that a law bo
passod making vaccination oompuliory.
United Btatos Minister Loomis, ac
Saraoai., Venezuela, bas cablou tho
ato department that Pr?sident Cas
tro's forces havo completely defeated
tho insurrectionists under Qonetal Her
$ ? *
A big nngar mill and raQnory in to bo
on ta bl i (di ed at Tampa.
Savannah's largest schoolhouse bes
boen destroyed by an lnoendlary fire.
M. A. Connolly, who was at one timo
pr?valo soorotary of Captain Oberlin M.
Carter, bas been, placed ander arrest at
Havana by order of Beoretary R ?ot.
Tho Rossville woolen mills, lu Walker
county, Ga., bas juet doubled Its oeimolty,
and rccoivod $10,000 worth of now
maobinory, wbiob will bo installed nt
A couviot named Wright, who be
longed to a notorious band? of safVblow
ors and postoflice robbers that woro
baggoa in tho southern ats tea about two
years ago, has oacaped from tho peni
tentiary at Ralolgh.
Tho trial at Dallas of Dr. S. M. Jen
kins, charged with murder and abor
tion, carno to a midden and trahie cud
whon Hugh Wheat, a brother oi Mary
Wheat, ono of the doctor s ullogod vic
tims, shot and seriously wounded the
defendant lu tho courtroom.
* 4 ?
Sol Smith Russell, tho actor, ls seri
ously Ul at Chicago.
Ex-Governor Boies of Iowa has do
olarod agu inst silvor as au issue in 11)00.
Governor Taylor of Kontuoky says
his ohief ambition la to aid In ibo ropoal
of tho Goobel ballot law.
Tho postmaster gonoral has ordered
that hereat ter tho length of sorvioa as
lotter carriors shall bo indicated on tho
uniforms by stars.
Tho Amorioau F?deration of Labor
lias adoptod a resolution declaring
against slavery within tho Jurisdiction
of tho United States.
Reports rccoivod from thia soason'e
sugar crop in tho Hawaiian Islands
glvos tho total product nfl 202,897 tons,
which is ono of tho largest lu years.
At a special election iu tho Soven th
Kentucky district to eloot a auooessor to
Congressman Settle, June W. Gaylo,
(Deni.) was ohotod over ox-Oongross
man W. C. Owens, who ran RB tho fu
sion candidato of tho anti- Goobel Demo
crats and Republicans.
? $ $
A socret understanding ia said to have
boon arrived at between China and
Nestor Ponce deLeon, a linoal do
Boondant of Ponce d.jl^oon, alsoovorot
of Florida, is dead at Havana, agod 68
Revised lists of the British, casualties
at tho battlo of Colonso show that 10?
noncommissioned officers and mon wero
Tho American Boll Telephone com
pany has declared a regular Quarterly
dividend of .5 por capt and un extra div
idend of 1 1-2 por cont.
Chairman Jonos has called the Demo
cratic national oommltteo to meet In
Washington Fob. 22 to aelact a plaoo
for holding tho nominating convention.
Brigadier Oonnral Thomas M. Ander
don, commandant of tho department of
tho lakes, with headquarters in Chicago,
will ho relieved from active service Jan.
Ul, I'JOO, by tho obligatory operation of
the law rotirlng army ofllcors at tho ago
of M yoars.
$ v v
Julia Morrison'a trial for killing
Frank Leiden has boon sot to begin at
Chattanooga Jan. 2.
Judge Bradbury of tho Ohio supremo
court will resign in a few days to bo
como counsel for tho sith trust..
Tho death is announaed at St. Po
toraburg nf Chovallor Anton da Konteki,
tho famous pianist, agod b2 yoars.
A movement is on foot In Atlanta to
oiect a monument over tho gravo of
Lieutenant Brumby and several hun
drod dollars han already boon subscribed.
Mrs. J. M. Crowder, who was In
jured while riding on an accommoda
tion train from Madison to Huntsville,
Ala., ha? secured a Judgment for $10,
000 damages against tito Southern rail
The attempt at revolution In Qua?.*
ninia has come to an end, according to
advices * J tho state department from
TJuitmi States Minister Hunter, who
cabios that tho govornniont troops sur
rounded and captured nearly all of tho
$ 4 $
A largo refrigerating plant ls soon to
bo orootod in Manila by tho United
in a speech before tho Independent
club at Buffalo Hon. Clark Howell de
olarod for expansion.
During tho present yoar 20 cotton
mills woro established In South Caro
lina with a capital stock of $o,(lo.0,000.
Tho North Carolina association at
Washington hus inaugurated a tnove
niont looking to the erection of a monu
ment to the momory of tho late Gen
eral Hobart B. Loo.
Rear Admiral Bradford has Rskod au
thority from tho navy uapartmont to
establish a bureau tit the naval training
Biatlon at Newport for the dovoloptneut
of a naval sybtoin of wireless telegraphy.
Soul hern railway ofllcinla announce
that by Jan. lo thoy will bo able to fur
nish nil ear* noeosstiry to handle ooal
from Kast Tennessee minos, a blockade
having boon caused by tho company
hauling ita own supply to various points.
Small Bul Hifeolivc,
was Die lillie Monitor Hint mel thc
Merrimac al I lampton Hoads, So loo
are Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, offer.
live in ..oiiqucriiig the-disease. When
you take a pill its an import,ml. point
to haw Ibero small piovhlcd ?hoy have
equal strength and eflicacy. Von lind
what you want in these little liver pills
of Dr. Pierce. They're pul up ina Init
ier way, and they m t in a heller way,
than Ilia hugo old-fashioned pills. What
you w ant w hen you" re "all out of soi ls"
grumpy, (hick headed and lake a
gloomy view of life, is these '.Pellets,''
lo clear up your system ami slarl vom
liver into healthful action. Sick head
ache, const ?pal ion, indigestion, bilious
attacks, ami all derangements of tho
liver, stomach and bowels, are prevented,
relieved and cured. Put. np in glass
vials, and always fresh and reliable.
Mitsoll* III Si. .". II ./. II , I I ne.
MT. At nt si INK, I'la., Deo. 20.--Thc
, gr > id session of the stipronie oounoll ot
tho thirty-third degreo Ancient and Ac.
copied Masons for tho southern juris
diction of thu United Statua oou\oiiod
boro yobtrtt dn v. A large number of dob
?gales aro pr?sent. A hanqnot wtu
given tonight and on Thursday night i,
publie installation of ofiloors will take
ACTS GENTLY ON THE
c LEANSES THE SYSTEM
BUT THC &ENVUNI ? MftH'F O Oy
(AURANIA JTG ,^YRVP(S
roa SAiibYAu oimscoih ?'mu ?ix UKwmt.
iVvdght Iv. Moody I>oad.
KART NORTHFIELD, Mass., Deo. 23.
Dwight it. Moody, tho famous ovantro
11Bt. diod nt noon today, ngod 02 yoare.
Tho cause of death won agonoral break,
lug down duo toovorwork. Mr. Moody's
heart ban boon weak for a long timo
and cxoitlons put forth in connection
with uiootinga in tho wost last mouth
brousrht on a collapse from whioh ho
fallod to rally.
Fight Ifor Mileage Hooks.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Doo. ?a.-Tho
Travolore' Protootlvo assoolatiou ie
worklug hard to havo miloago hooks
restored on railroads In this stato, with
prospoots of success. Thoy wore takou
of? two yoars ago, and tho traveling
mon havo heon fighting tho quostlon
N?w Industry for Romo.
ROME, (ia., Doa 08.-A company of
Michigan capitalists havo decided to
build a erato and vonooring factory in
Romo. Tho plant will omploy UOO
hands, cover 0 seres and reproBOut au
outlay of ovor $100,000.
A CLEAR HEAD;
good digestion; sound sleep; a
fine appetite and a ripe old age,
arc some of thc results of thc use
of Tutt's Liver Pills. A single
dose will convince you of their
wonderful effects and virtue.
A Known Fact.
An absolute cure for sick head
ache, dyspepsia, malaria, sour
bilious fever, piles, torpid liver
and all kindred diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pills
Niilloniil l'iiitt Aaauohillon.
RALEIGH, Dec. 20.-- Tho stato has
ohartorod tho Appalachian National
Park association, with headquarters at
Asheville lt ls for tho promotion and
maintenance by tho United Statos of a
national park and forost proaorvo in and
among tho southern Appalachian moun
.Indf?p AtutorflOii ls Dead.
MACON, DOC. !?0.-Jud go Clifford An
dovson died at his homo on Orango
Btroot last night. Ho was ono of the
boat known lawyers In the south.
WE ARE R
Wo have a few things wc want lo sell
mas we will slid wald to sell you. I tnt v
.At 20c. and 2
This is nice stock and will pict
....SOO POUNDS ?
j to gu at lit m. poi' box el two and one li:
i (?arom?is at 20c. per pound.
Largo lol of Cap Pistols, Drums, I
i numerous to mention. Come and see tl
Christinas Coeds don't forget our r?gulai
Wo call special attention b> our hu
j wholesale houses we are considerably ci
('ups and Saucers over offered in Walhall;
barge line ol Syrup Pitchers from I
Lamps from "JOc. (<> plc. complote, lt. wil
' I.OT OK KINK CALIFORNIA KV APO
APPI.KS AT PO
Ci ve us your orders for Fancy O
L. O. C
VV AI J I J /VT
OFFICK IN STA I tl. I
g with most
ty. Tho indications
ow suoh as to encourage tho oom
mitteo which has undortnken to oolloot
tho fund in tho hopo If tho contributions
continuo at tho prosont rate thoy will bo
ablo to curry out tho idoa of making tho
fund a OhrintmnB prosont to Lawton's
family. Tho total roportod this morn
ing was $7,410.5?.
And tho end of tho y tar draws
nigh, wc throw on our counters
many odds and ends in DU Y GOODS
that it will bo well for any lady to
investigate, for wc must get them
out of tho way before stock-taking,
odd hds ol Calico, Gingham,
Cheviot and Worsted at :u, r?, S and
10 cents por yard.
( hld lots in '"noes at S?, ?O, 7? colds
and $1 per pair, .Some great values
ill these, especially for children.
Wo have also picked out all odd
Suits and short lots in Men's and
Hoys' Clothing and placed them on
a fabio at one price. You can wait
on yourself in this sale, and if you
can be fitted you are lucky, for many
of them are sold for less than yon
can buy tho cloth.
We are opening many pretty
things for Christinas.
Visit our stores often, for wc aro
always glad to serve you, and watch
this space, for it will save you money.
//' Wi /ill UNI tfOH III! I li lt I I'S if 111,1
SENECA, S. C.
I'. S.- Spray Flour, Seed (lats,
Hagging and Ties, Dixie Turn l'lows,
Ac, Ac., always on hand.
M. W. C. A CO.
l you before Christmas-and after Christ
rhat we want to sell you most is a lol of
5c. Per Dozen.
Uso everybody. We also have
df pounds each. I,of of Chocolates and
?oils, A-I5C Ih..?Us and othoi toys too
Item, and while you aro examining our
. staple lim-" good all tho year mund,
ge lino of CROCKERY. Hy mistake of
cow dod on Crockery. Wc have the best
i for the price- only ??Oe. per set.
Ute. to :?">o. oneil. The best line of Class
1 pay you to see them,
dlATKD PEACH KS AND STN DUI Kl)
roc er i es.
Xl/t!em}A Dy II mn it e.
- SM^^i^UbJ ' ? "
WALHALLA, S. (
?spootod of tho |
are in jail, bot
not yot boen fixed. Tho
I-iynchop Hont Up For Ijlfe.
PAI.KBTINB, Tex., Doo. 88.-Tho jory
lu tho ease of Ed ?Jain, charged v/lMi
conspiracy iu oouuootion with the mob
that lynched tho tinco Humphreys cn
tho night of May 8?, 18?0, in Heudorsou
ooanty, returned a vordlot of guilty to
day. Cain's punishment was fixed nt
lifo imprisonment in tho poultontlary.
Tho ease against tho othoralloged mom*
bora of tho mob WAS adjourned until
91,000,000 Hotel For 'Frlsoo.
BAN PRANOI800I Doo. ?8.-Tho Exam
iner says that lt is tho intention of tho
Orooker Estate company to oreot a
modern ilxoproof hotel to cost about
#1,000,000 at Vanness avonuo and Sut
tor streets, in this oity.
Wc will have thc most
beautiful and varied as
sortment of Christmas
Gifts ever shown herc by
us, and they will not be
confined to chea}), use
less toys and baubles, but
articles of value to thc
recipient \ ad pleasure to
Our Hats are herc. Come
and sec them.
Boys Wagons to arrive
V. L. NORMAN.
This world belongs
to tho energetic.
J n SC J ? Sa
OIJK NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED
WE ll AVE BOUGHT SO AS T(
FACTION. LOOK A
(biting Flannels, all styles.
Yard-wide Sea Island.
Sec our Yard-wide "Columbus" llloachir
Seo our "Columbia" (?cuts' Half lioso-1]
Unrivaled for tho price aro our Ladies' ll
Remember that wo always carry a i
ing Coeds, Stoves, Furniture-and alway
& J? Qpa ?<a
V\7K HAVE ,11'ST DECEIVED, dirac
' ? most varied stocks of goods wo lu
same old stand. We have EYERYT1
Machine Needle to a Disc Plow.
The Ladies C8-,0c.ia?y ?equestod
Henriettas, ( ashmci
other Dress tiooiin bufOVC b?ying olsowhc
We have thc latest and most up-to
mon. Our TIES aro perfect beauties. (.'
Wc have thc best and cheapest lo
have eyer had, and you cnn sav money 1
Shoes! s,,OKs! SIIOKd!-Tho ti
* to have Slices, and we aro |
and soo our new lino of HOUSE SLUM*
fort ann Durability are combined in them
Don't forget thal ROXANE FLO ll
you will lind it. so.
We appreciate and want your pat rc
prices and good quality can secure it.
WE SELL THE FAMOUS II &
ll is a pleasure lo show our goods.
Fine Seed Rye,
Large Highland Po
Good Cabbages to .1
Harris Lithia Wat
Soda Water, Cart
also Cherry Phospl
Goods Delivered F
Every blade of*wC*B
Grass, every praia Rmi
of Corn, all Fruits m
enough ts supplied
you can count on a full crp/pi
if too little, the growth w
Send for our boole* telling nil n.!>o::t coK?po:!t!es!
fertilisers liest adapted for ?di crops. They costye
til?RM AN KALI WORKS,03 Nassau St., NeJfl
Til? Cor HI KU mid tho Atlanta
(ut inn and tho Homo lind Farm one
for tho sum of
Wo havo a big liiij
Goods, consisting ol
Chinawar o, OlasswaiJ
Jewelry from a roliablo h^
our Christmas trade, and
you something good and
a present for father, motin
ter, brother or sweetheart.
For Nice Cakes
Uso Ballard's Obelisk Fioul
have just received a fresh
(Jive us a call whon
around shopping. . Wo
pleased, and will do ou
STICK, S. C.
, ARE EXACTLY WHAT YOI
) (il VE YOU PECFECT S AT lt
Xl) HE CONVINCED.
I ICKY! HOSIERY 1
icsl on earth-at....
complete lino of Clothing, (!
s at lowest prices. ,
t from Now York, oj
ive over had, anti ar
I INC YOU NEED
to come in III
.es, Serges, l'lijj
onie ami see ih??ff
I of MEN'S and HO Y 1 Mn
ry buying from us.
mo of year has como when every ht]
prepared to suit and tit everybody,
EUS for mon anti women, beauly]
'\l is tho best on thc market. Trw
?nage, anti aro dctormincd to have i
Ci CORSETS- 'HIE VERY BEST,
Hive us a call.
er, Ginger A
hate on Tap,
?E POPULAR PRICE
ree in Town.