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Tho ''hurry*' soaaon is 055, und you
confidence in tho price?-whore you'll fee
hasn't tho timo to give so much attention
prefer a secure, satisfactory place.
Wo uro usually woll-stockcd, and nc
price is always guaranteed, that is on goo
to return the purchase.
Try our CAIUTOI.A KLOUH.
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|/W)U CASH - Hickory, Dogwood, Por
I' Simmon, Walnut Logs. Southern
Hardwood Co., I*. O. Lox :>._".?, Char
leston, s. c. 1-11
COTTON PLANTERS T.:T:,"
in high prices for cotton next fall can
hear of something to t heir advantage hy
sending a postal card at once to
TilK ADAMS COTTON COMPANY,
ClIAUI.KSTOX, S. C.
February l-l, moo. 7-11
iCocal aub Dcrsonal.
- Mrs. S. P. Dendy loft for Greenville
last Sunday to visit her daughter, Mrs.
L. L. Harr, who is quito ill.
-Col. ll. A. Naves, a member of tho j
llahcrsham County, Georgia, bar, was in ]
Walhalla Monday on professional bush
-bead the jewelry advertisement of
W. V. Main Co. Their goods aro for
sale by Napoleon Alexander, Salem, this
-Mrs. c. M. Nield spent several days
in birmingham, Ala., this week. "Miss
Julia Maxwell was left in charge of her
-The Walhalla Cotton Mills bas re
ceived this week a new 100-horso power
engine which will be placed in position
to do duty right away.
Health for IO cents.-Cascareis make j
the bowels and kidneys act naturally, j
destroy microbes, cure head ache, bil
iousness and constipation. All druggists
-Kev. J. M. Sanders, missionary, will 1
preach at New bethel Haptist church ont
the fourth Sunday in March at ll o'clock j
A. M. and at Kcturn same day at s p. M. ?
-The Attorney General holds that,
under the law as it now stands, registra
tion books are required to be open only
one ?lay in each mouth, instead ol' three
- Married, at the residence ol" Mrs.
Monie. at Newry, S. C., by Magistiate '
Tims. L. (irani, Marchi'.. HMO, Mr. Sea
born Nicholson and Miss Maggie ( lilliam. 1
All of ( i.'onee ( onnty.
--Collector A. C. Merrick and Deputy I
Marshals Corbin and McKinney made a
raid in (he Whetstone section Monday
ami desi roved two distilleries and cap- ;
tined Dan Rochester.
-The infant son and only child of Mr. ,
and Mrs. ,1. W. Heeder died at their
home in West I nion Mardi tah. He
was only l-l days old. This young couple
have the sympathies of many friend.-.
-( hie ol" the laws passed by tho last j
Legislature, and which weld into eliot t
on March 1st, makes it unlawful to sell
less than ls pounds of unbolted corn
meal or lil pounds ol' bolt ed corn meal to
-Contractor .las. lt. Lawrence is push
ing the work al the Walha!!'! Cotton
Mills right ahead. The lloco story OX
tension is rapidly going up and makes a
splendid appearance. Thc addition
would make quito a mill by itself.
I'lic souvenir badge of Ibo Confede
rate reunion al Louisville, Ky., May :'.'>
to June :!, will be a celluloid canteen
w ith tbe prolilc of Winnie Davis, daugh
ter of the Confederacy, cm the one side
and the Winnie Davis rose on thc other.
Married, al thc resilience of the
bride s mother, Mrs. Mary Crain, March
llb, HMM I, Mr. .1. L Krotwoll and Miss M.
L. Crain, Kev. W. T. McAlister oflloiat
big. The bethlehem section ol' Coonee
county extend to this happy couple their
best wishes t brough life.
The ('ash bargain Store, Myer Saul,
Proprietor, is receiving new and seasona
ble goods constantly. In style and
quality of his clothing for men ami boys
ho can tit you to perfection, ?11 prices
he drlies competition. Next door to
Craig's store. Pass bim not by.
A railroad is being graded from near
the turntable limning down ami to the
righi ol' the cotton factory building,
making a platform landing in front of
the main entrance to the mill building.
This will help very much in loading and
unloading heavy freights from tl." cars.
- Mr. .1. I.. Phillips, of thc V -gilda
Polytechnic School, bas been elected En
tomologist, of Clemson College. Ile bas
been connected willi lin- Male work in
Virginia for two year.-; and comes highly
recommended, Ile arrived last week
and has entered upon his work. Ile isa
young mau of lino talent.
Al thc recoil mooting of the board
of trustees of Clemson College the fol
lowing board of visitors was elected:
Mr. W. II. Thomas, Cl, a 1 lest on ; Majo,
11 ar ry I la m mond, I Iced 1 I slam I : the 11 on.
i.co. S. Mower, Newberry: Mr. .lames T.
Williams, I ii ecu ville : Mr. W. K. Steven
son, Cheraw; Mr. W. C. Coker, Darbie:
lon: the Hon. K. I. Manning, Sumter.
Luii'iey's s Hour Liver Regulator is
the best remedy lo relieve thc various
forms ol headache, including nervous
and sick headache, and il is safe to say
thal nine eases oil! ol' ten ot this dis
tressing complaint are tine to an inactive
or sluggish I i vet with const i pa let I bow els.
A lew doses ol' Lunney'.-, S Hour KIM I
Regulator will soon restore these organs
lo their proper functions ami headache
cease.-.. In the same manlier il regulates
tin- bowels, prevents constipation ami
piles, relieves all forms ol biliousness,
such a-, dizziness, nausea, coaled longue,
lons of appetite, Ar. Try it. barge
packages'/lie. al Luniiey's.
Mr. ( has. II. Mayhew ami lillie son,
Albeit, of Atlanta, Ca. arc s'opping ai
ihr Walhalla Hotel. Str. Mayhew is
here for Ihr purpose of placing several
inonu melds in Ihe cemeteries ?il Walhalla
and points nearby. Hr w ill look after
the material for Hie Wagoner monument
while herc, his services bavin;; bren plo
cured for examining the several quarries
and making selections of Hie best mate
rial for monumental purposes. During
bis slay here he w ill be pleased to see
all bis many friends ai thc Walhalla
Hold. Mr. Mayhew will soon move his
family lo Walhalla to spend tho sum
mei ami occupy the residence on l'aculi\
Hill formerly occupied by Mr. C. M.
Nield. We gladly welcome him and bis
. o initi?t.
will .vaat a trading placo whore- you've
1 that no advantage will bo taken. One
to thone mutters, and they naturally
i matter the items you order hero, the
ds of equal quality, or you aro privileged
-Call at Jnyuos' for a medallion pol
tra it, free.
-Street taxes aro now duo and must
bo paid boforo April first.
-Mr. lb It. Westmoreland visited his
motlmr in GafTnoy this wook.
-Mr. r. H. Isbol announces himself
asa candidate for Auditor in this issno.
-Mr. .J. ,J. Norton, of Gainesville, Ga.,
is on a short visit to his mother, Mrs.
T. A. Norton.
-C. G. il nynes will givo you a beauti
ful medallion portrait of yourself or any
member of your family free.
-Mr. K, M. Cudworth is at homo for
a few days. Ho will return to his duties
ill tho Southern Hallway service noni*
Columbia next Monday.
--Mr. ll. Graeme Thompson will re
turn to his home at Horse Cove, N. C.,
Thursday morning after a pleasant ton
days' visit to friends in Walhalla.
-Our friend. Mr. Guy T. dove, has
been promoted. Ho is now chief clerk
in the train dispatcher's office of tho
Southern railway, Columbia, S. C.
-Tho Cash bargain Store, Louis
lllooin proprietor, has a now ad. on tho
ll ist page of this issue. Kead it and
give him a call. Ho will treat you right.
- Revs. 1). W. lliottand .1. M. Sanders
will hold divino services at Double
Springs on tho first Sunday in April at
ll o'clock A. M.. and on tho samo day at
bethlehem al night.
- Dr. W. Krank Ashmore, of Newry,
S. C., has just returned from .lohn Hop
kins Hospital, Rainmore, Mtl., where ho
has been taking a post graduate course
in medicine and surgery.
- Rev. Carlyle Rranyon resigned tho
pastorate of the Walhalla Baptist church
last Sunday. Rev. Rranyon is a good
preacher and all Christians like to hoar
him. We wish bim muon success in tho
Lord's work wherever he is called.
-Tim first issue of tho Sheldon edi
tion of The Topeka (Kansas) Capital
caine out on time Tuest lay morning with
a circulation of ?100,000 copies. Orders
aie being received by every mail, 20,000
copies having been registered on llrst
day of publication. The. paper was not
entirely satisfactory to tho regular sub
-Capt. Y. F. Martin, a gentleman well
and favorably known among tho people
of Goonoo county, is now a citizen of
thc progressive city of Spartanburg.
Ile left Walhalla last Thursday to accept
a position ol' bookkeeper in a business
house in said city. Capt. Marlin basa
host of friends here who regret his de
parture from among us and who wish
him much happiness and prosperity in
his now liebl of labor.
Treasurer Kay's Collections.
Treasurer .1. H. Kay bas kindly fur
nished c with the following ligures,
showing ms collections up lo date:
State tax.$b'>, lu
Ordinary County tax., ti,712 (KS
Special County lax .... I,:!I2 .17
Road lax . . . .'. 2.7S) Ml
Hast indebtedness. 4,020 SH
School lax. S.o.YI ll
Rolls. 'J,W\ -tu
Speeial school tax. '.HW :J2
The above amount will be increased I
slightly by tin- executions now in Un
hands of the Sheri IT.
(apt. R. M. Itu IT, heail machinist at thc
Newry cotton nulls, was painfully, it not
seriously, wounded ono day last week.
In sonic way be was caught between the
engine and a box car on the Courtenay
spur track, which gave him a very dan
gerous wound. IL is thought his inju
ries are internal, as no bones are breken,
At I o'clock this (Wednesday) afternoon
a telephone message stales that ''aptain
Kuti i;, liol <;r I lin;; alon:: si 1 well. lt is
hoped bis injuries will not provo fatal.
Hu is weil known in Walhalla and his
many friends here are grieved to I".ar of
Death ol John Henry Thcilkulil.
Mr. .lohn Henry Thcilkulil, eldest ion
of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Thcilkulil,
died al the home ol' his parents, near
Walhalla, Monday afternoon, March 12,
I'.iuo, ?it six o'clock, of pneumonia. lb
was nc vcr very strong, bul was a most
excellent boy. The deceased was born
in Germany, October ll, lss:!, and came
Lo this country with bis parents about
twelve years ago. Funeral services were
conducted in St. John's Lutheran church
Tuesday ?iflori.11 by Rev. ,1 C. Schaut,
after which the remains of the deceased
were laid to rest in the Lutheran ceme
tery to await the resurrection morn.
About the Conting Colton Crop.
? ie colton speculation are playing a
deep game in order to gel the farmers
to plant mo.-O cotton. They are pre
tending to contract for next fall's crop
al 71 tt? S cents. Their object is to in
duce the fanners to plant more heavily,
as they make their profit on the number
ol' bales handled. Wc hope Hie farmers
will keep the acreage down and not play
into t heir bands.
We lohl our farmers carly l*?st ?pring
that if t hey could ami would bold their
cotton that they would get eight cents
for it. Now see ii the above prediction
docs liol conic true. Plant less cotton is
w hat we advise von to do,
. The Hells.''
The Walhalla Comedy Company ap
peared in the drama, "The Reils,"' at
I'itchford's Hall Tuesday night, and
were mel hy a large audience, who
showed their appreciation by marked
attention ami frequent encores. Thc
C inedy Company were fortunate in
having with them Mr. II. (?racine Thump
son, of Horse Cove. N. C., who appeared
in the leading role as "Mathias," in
which he di..played great ability. He
also appeared ill several .speciallies,
among them giving ?01 exhibition of hyp
notism, III '.'.bull be showell complete
control over the mimi ami muscle ol' his
subject, Thc whole company were at
their best, ami willi the able assistance
of Mr. Thompson scored a decided
success. They desire to extend to Mr.
Thompson theil sincere appieciation of
his valuable assistance, Mr. Thompson
is highly pleased with his reception here
and wishes lo extend to ?ill his thanks
foi thc many courtesies shown hun
dining bis visit. Ile will very probably
appear before the footlights again in
Walhalla, and everyone who saw him a;
- .Matbias" will bail bis relllill with ile
Tho Wagoner Monuniont Fund.
Tho following subscriptions havo been
received hy tho Seml-Contonnhil finance
committee and roportod to us:
J, D. Vernor, Walhalla.* 25 00
?S. M. Johnson, Joplin, Mo.. .. 25 00
C. W. Pitchford, Walhalla.... W5 00
lt. T. Jaynos, Walhalla. 25 00
W. H. Hester, Walhalla. 25 Of)
J. W. Shelor, Walhalla. 25 00
Othor subscriptions havo boen received
by the lluanco committee that willappoar
Lot everyone send in Ids subscription
early, lt will greatly aid the lluaneo
committee in porfcoting arrangements
for the inonu mont. .Subscriptions will
bo roportod from time to time through
tho columns of TUB CO OTU KU.
BASE BALL GAME.
Clemson College vs. Cornoll University of
Ithaca, N. Y.
On Tuesday, March 27, 2.:10 o'clock, a
game of baso ball will be played on tho
Clemson College- campus between tho
cadets and tho Cornoll team.
A half holiday will bo given for the
cadots to entertain tho many visitors
who will come from the surrounding
country, and evory ono will join in to
have a general big time.
This game will ho very interesting to
lovers of good base ball, as tho Clemson
team is much stronger now than at any
time in her history. McMakin is hold
ing up his rep. ?is ono of the speediest
pitchers in tho South, and his support
is goo l.
An admission fee of 25 cents will he
charged for gentlemen and 15 cents foi
ladies. The receipts will go to defray
the expenses of tho visiting team.
lIOfSK Of It Kl'lt KKK NT ATI V KS,
WASHINGTON, 1). C., March 0, KKK).
There will bo held at Anderson Court
House on March 28th an examination
for tho purpose of Idling the vacancy
from the Third District at the Naval
Academy, Annapolis. The competitors
will hilve to bo residents of the Third
Congressional District and between tho
ages of fifteen and twenty years.
A. c. LATIMKK.
Killing at Blackville.
'.'.. lt, Carroll, of Blackville, S. C., was
killed last Thursday afternoon in that
town by D. 1'. Johnston. Tho two men
had a law suit and it was roportod that
Carroll said that, bo would shoot John
ston on sight. The latter seeing Carroll
coining towards him on the street,
stepped into a "tore, secured a double
barreled shotgun and emptied thc con
tents into Carroll's body. Ile also used
bis pistol after Carroll had fallen. Not
withstanding he had two loads of buck
shot in him and pistol bull?is, Carroll
lived about two hours. Carroll is said
to have killed a white man and three
negroes during Ids career and was evi
dently a man to bo feared.
Tow N vu.i.K, March 12.-The Cracker's
Neck school boys and the Townville
High School boys played a match game
of base ball lasl Saturday. The Crack
er's Neck boys were victorous. The
score stood: Cracker's Neck, ll; Town
Miss Dessie Stophel' spent lasl week
with friends in Anderson.
Several of the young people hero met
recently and enjoyed themselves al thc
bonni of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Johnson,
The Kdwards leading club met last
Friday night al Mrs. S. F.. McCarloy's.
lt is rumored that thc High School
boys here will soon "cross bats'" with
the Cracker's Neck boys.
W Al.KINO S ru K.
Closing ol School
Double Springs colored school, mau
aged by W. G. Craig, closed its session
on the Otb instant. Au examination ol
the pupils during the day was witnessed
by many friends of the school, including
all the trustees of the district (til). The
concert ?it night included declamations
essays, dialogues and songs. Thc gath
cling at night was very largo and tho
white pooplo, who ?ire surely friends of
the school, turned out ami expressed
themselves as highly pleased with tho
entertainment. PA I HON.
Ho Fooled thc Surgeons.
All doctors told Rollick Hamilton, of
West .lo O'er so n, Ol io, after sulTcring ls
months from root, i fistula, he would die
unless a costly operation was performed;
but he cured himself with live boxes ol
Itucklcn's Arnica Salvo, the surest pile
?ire on earth, and the best salve in thc
world. 25 COIltS il box. Sold by all
druggists in tho county.
Prof. Meares, formerly of lin' Cedar
Springs Institute, was convicted in
Spaitanbiirg last Friday of being Mic
fid her of t he child of Cora Jenkins, an
orphan, who was employed ns a servant
in his family. Tho jury was out only an
Meares, who is an albino, swore posi
tively thal ho was not tho falber of tho
child. ('ora Jenkins swore thal he was,
lind he is, without a doubt its father.
Thc child is an albino. Thu proper
?irticlo for Meares is hemp and a (hup of
The attorneys for Ibis heartless
wretch made motion for a new trial.
Fifteen Poisons Perish in a Fire.
S'lavAtiK, N. J., March 12.-Fifteen
persons, a majority of whom were chil
dren, were bm ned to death al a tene
ment house in this eily this morning at
5 o'clock. Thirteen bodies were recov
ered from Ibo ruins within three limns
af ter I he llames bad been extinguished.
iiiujlisli Losses Figure Up 10.007.
The F.nglish wai ollice bas posted a
bulletin announcing the casualties of the
South A fi ?eau war up to date as follows:
Killed, 2, Ils; wounded, S,7 17 : died of
I j sea so, l,02!i; missing, !?,.|S.'t; lota),
Lead, South I lakotn, sul?ct erl a >lo,
ion,nun lire last Thursday. Tho waler
supply wu1' exhausted and powder had
to he used to check thu llames adjoin
Og building being blown Up. The city
lias 7,'XMi inhabitants and is practically
I isl I'oyod.
?!>'.. Susan Thilki'ul, widow, drowned
herself in Kccdy river, ( ! reenvide county,
nco the Iteedy river factory, last week,
had health was the cause.
^ CANDY CATHARTIC
IN AND AROUND WESTMINSTER.
A Runaway Aceiten?-Tho Local News ol Our
Sister Town Briefly Told.
WKHTMINSTKH, March 14-Mr. Ja?. H.
Lawrence, of Greenville, has tho con- I
tract to build tho Choswoll cotton mill,
ho hcing Ibo lowest responsihlo biddoi.
Tho contract spooillos tho building to be !
completed by August 1st. Mr. Lawrence
has boon at Walhalla for Homo weeks,
whore ho 'ins hoon engaged lu building i
tho three story addition to tho Walhalla
W. O. Aloxandor A Co. aro oponing up
a stock of canned goods and grocorics in
tho Cross store house, next door to W.
I), bosley & Co.
Yesterday afternoon as t?oodo, tho
colored mail can ?or, was arriving from
Walhalla his li orso got frightened at an
out going train and ran at such a spood
as to demolish his buggy shafts so that
tho mail had to ho carried tho remainder i
of the way by hand. .Inst a half hour
later tho horse of Olin Stoillo, tho Towu
ville mail carrier, started off from near
tho post ellice at vest?bulo speed and
coinplotly wrecked tho vellido. Tho
animal got slightly injured. .Stoillo says :
his horse got scared al a dog. Tho mail
carriers' horses WOI'0 sotting bad exam
ples for other horses yestorday. i
Hov. .1. H. Wilson, Presiding Kider,
could not lill his appointment boro Sun
day, as ho bad not sufficiently recovered
from an attack of grip to bo physically
strong enough to doli vor two serinons in
ono day. Tho congregation bearii an
able sermon by tho pastor, Kov. 1). W,
Keller, after which tho elements of tho ;
Lord's Supper were administered lo tho
communicants by Hov. S. [,, Wilson, of
tho Presbyterian church.
Tho Messrs, Kay, who operate a brick
yard on Colonel's Kork, aro preparing to
manufacture brick on a larger scale than
usual. They will run their mill by steam
and their capacity will ho greater than
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Terrell, of An
derson, were visiting in Westminster this
Kev. and Mrs. 1). W. Keller spent a
few ?lays this week at Anderson.
Notice has been given to the stock
holders of the Clieswell cotton mill that
thc third installment will be duo on April
The M. I b's aro very busy. Consido
n t'le sickness is reported in the county.
v great deal of oats aro being sown
i '.is week.
At tho Presbyterian church on last
Sabbath the pastor, Kev. S. L, Wilson,
preached a forcible and impressive ser
mon, basing his remarks upon Nehemiah
IO:.'JO: "We will not forsake the house
of our Cod.'' The discourse was divi
ded into three ditictonthcads-Kirsl, tho
church was not to be forsaken in per
sonal interests: second, not to be for
saken in its natural interests, and tinnily,
it is not to bc forsaken in its spiritual in
terests. There were two additions by
letter at this service,
Mr. C. W. McConnell is tho Hist resi
dent at tho cotton factory. Ho moved
Monday into thc house built near the
mill sile. It is a neal building and ono
room bas been titted np as the oflioe of
thc mill company.
Mr. Ira S. Pitts, mail weigher of Ibo
Southern Kailroad was with his home
folks yesterday. His run is on the vesti
bule trains, between Atlanta and Dan
ville, a distance of Ids miles.
A. 1.. (iossKIT.
The Appetite of a (?oat
ls envied by all poor dyspeptics whose
stomach amt liver are out nf order. All
such should know thal Dr. King's New
Life Pills, (lu; wonderful stomach and
tiver remedy, gives a splendid appetite,
sound digesti?n and a regular bodily
habit thal insures perfect health and
great energy. Only S> cents al all drug
stores in t he count v.
OA KW \s, March |::.- Kev. .1. M. Mc
Clure Idled his regular appointment at
New Hid bel Sunday at ll o'clock.
Kev. \V. S. 11 :iini t IT preached at the
Oakway Presbyterian church last Sun
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Creen, ol' l.avonia,
(ia., visited Mr. and Mrs. \V. S. Haley
Mr. John Harris and Miss Lessie
Woolhright, of Townville, visile.) rela
tives al this nlaee last week.
Mrs. Pick Cole, of Pcl/.er, S C., spell1',
last week with her mother, Mrs. Kl iza-I
beth licardcn. I
Mr. and Mrs. .1. P. Kecsc, of Walhalla,'
spent Sunday willi relatives at this
Mr. and Mrs. Henry lt ceder, of Wal
halla, visited the family of Mrs. Josie
Heeder last Sunday.
Miss Lila Heeder is spending this week
with her sislci Mrs. J. P. Kees.', of
Prof. J. S. Jennings made a business
ii i]) to Dcmorcst, Ca., last week.
Miss Wina Caines visited relativos at
( ?cutral last, week.
Mrs. Kl i/abet h Keardeii, who has been
very sick, is better at this writing.
is half the bat He. Don't wait for your
cough lo run in to consumption. There's
alw ays danger of it. The genus or seeds
of I his disease are all around you. All
thal they want is an inactive liver and
the scrofulous condition thal follows il,
to develop them. You need Dr. Pierce's
Cuiden Medical Discovery now to tho
roughly purify your blood, build up
sound, linn, honest Mesh, and make every
weak spot, strong, lt's a certain remedy
fm thc earlier stages of consumption.
Who Killed Goobel?
W. II. Coulton, ot Jackson county, u
clerk in the ollico of Slate Auditor Swee
ney, was arrested in Pi a uk foi I, Ky.,
Mandi Otb, and placed in jail, charged
willi thc complicity in the mindel of
the late Co\. Cnchcl. The arrest, was
made hy Chief ol Police Williams.
Warrants, charging the same offense,
have also 1.n issued for the airest ol
Secretary of Stale Caleb Powers and
Capt. John W. Davis, policeman ol the
State Capital Square, hut they have md
been si i ved. Wai raids against ox-Sec
rctary ol' State Charles Linley and John
T. Cow ers, brother of Secretary of Stale
Powers, charging them with 'being ac
cessories lo the Corbel assassination,
have been sworn out. and sent lo Whitley
county for service.
Thc National Democratic Conven lion
convenes in Kansas City on July Ith.
Thc building lo be occupied will seal
'.'11,0110 persons and the hail can benup
lied al thc rale 1,1.i peph- a minute.
The building is an enormous one, cover
ing a piece of ground iii Ixlion feet ind
cost s.': .'.,nun.
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson says.
' The fanner is conservative, bul nore
level braded thail lllosl eily people, ;, xl
II Ihr nation'' ?iirymau in lour:, of r.
THE NEWS FROM SENECA.
Revivalist Vred-jrburg is Coming- Tho Uca!
and Personal News.
SKNKOA, S. C., Maroh 18.-Mr. H. J.
Dignllliat is spending several day? at
Mrs. Scurry visited Mrs. K. M. Tribblo
Thc mauy fr loud? of Mrs. Ailee W.
Spearman are glad to BOO ber In town
iigain after an absconso of sumo length
visiting rolativoB near Toccoa.
Mr. W. 1*. Heid and family have movod
into tboir nowly bought house
Mr. and Mrs. CharloB Roid now occupy
tho Method ist parsonage.
Miss Kloiso Sloan, of l'ondloton, who
was BO popular whilo a toaohor in tho
High School last HCBH?OU, is paying a visit
to Mrs. T. E. Stribling.
Miss May Holt', Hopkins Invited a
number of bor friends to a pleasant
social ontoi laminent ono ovoning last
Mr. YY. P. Nimmons lias commoncud
business at his now store During tho
years ho has boon with Mr. G. W. (lig
ailliat hu has gainod quito n reputation
as a good business mau.
Miss Pibbon Phillips loaves nert week
for tho Northern markets to lay in a
supply of seasonable miilinory.
Mrs Leland L. bowery spout Monday
Master Louis Clayton, of Anderson, is
visiting ins grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Thompsou.
I.ittlo Miss Lucile Mason, of Toccoa,
is with her aunt, Mrs. W. J. Lunney, for
An ovont which is looked forward to
with interest is the "silver toa,' to ho
f-ivoil at tho home of Mr. ?md Mrs. .1. W.
Stribling next Friday evening. Lach
^uest. is expected to prosent a silver coin
on entering. An entertaining programme
bas been arranged.
Hov. (J. 1?\ Clarkson is in Anderson for
a few days, attending tho Missionary
Institute. Mrs. Clarkson remains in
Mrs. Charles Reid is visiting relativos
ut West Union.
Mrs. Janies Roberts, of Anderson,
spent several days of this week with
tho family of Prof. C. W. Moore.
Mrs. L. W. Carey paid a recent, visit to
Tho family of Mr. Sherman, of thc
OcoilOO Nows, is expected to move to
Mrs. Ami io Stribling has left Seneca,
and is now in Anderson.
Rev. J. ll. Wilson, Presiding Elder of
Greenville District, was in town Sunday
Mr. Vredenburg, tho revivalist, who
was expected to commence a series of
meetings bore tho third Sunday of Ibis
month, will not be boro until tho fourth
Sunday, winni the first service will bc
held nt tho Presbyterian church in the
afternoon. Mr. Vrodonburg is a cole
bra led revivalist, but is not a preacher.
Thc pastors of the various churches are
boiling for good results. M. H. S.
Discovered by a Woman.
Another great discovery has been
made, and (bat, too, by a lady in Ibis
country. "Disease fastened its (dutches
upon her for seven years, she withstood
ils severest tests, but her vital organs
were undermined and death seemed im
minenl. Ko?'throe months she coughed
incessantly, and could not sleep. She
Dually discovered a way to recovery, by
purchasing of us a bottle of Dr. King's
Slow Discovery for consumption, and
was so ulindi relieved Oil taking first
dose, that shu slept all night; and with
two hollies, luis been absolutely cured.
Her name is Mrs. Luther Lut/.." Thus
writes W. C. llamnii k iv Co., of Shelby.
N.C. Trial bottle free at ali drugstores
in tho county. Regular size 50cents and
$1. Kvory bottle guaranteed.
TOKKKNA, S. C., Mandi 12.--Wo are
having some line weather for farm work.
Prof. W. K. Harton has gone- to court
tins week. Mr. Carl Myers has charge
of the school until Mr. Harton's return.
The Cross Roads Literary Society will
meet next Saturday night at W. M. Sul
livan's at s.:li) o'clock.
Rev. W. S. Handler Ulled his appoint
ment ?il Fairview church last Sunday.
Miss Sue Cleveland is visiting btu- sis
ter, Mrs. (?lissie Sanders, of Seneca, tins
Mrs. W. M. Sullivan returned home
last Wednesday from a I bree weeks'
visillo ber daughter, Mrs. .1. L. Holing,
Wc arc sorry to say one of our school
boys got left again last Sunday. Ile bas
our deepest sympathy.
There was a great deal ol' visiting in
our little town last week.
Miss l'Util (?iles is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Ccorgc Singleton, this week.
Messrs. bevy and Leander Tannery
visited Mr. W. S. Prichard and family
To secure the original witch basel
salvo, ask for DoWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve, well known as a certain euro for
piles ?md skin diseases, beware of worth
less counterfeits. Thoy ?ire dangerous.
Sold by Dr. .1. W. Hell." Walhalla.
Mountain Rest Items.
Moi M AIN KKST.S. C., Milich 12.-Tho
health of this community is improving
Our .Sunday school nt Double Springs
was partly organized yesterday. A col
lection was taken to buy literature and
all who aro interested in tho school are
requested to meid on the fourth Sunday
l<> receive tho literature and be ready lo
begin wi i b tho quarter.
.Viss Alice Kiot well wont to Seneca on
Saturday to spend a while with her
milli, Mrs. (.. W. Toll.erl.
Hymen bas some new votaries nt bis
?illar in our community. Another lively
sensation last Sunday. Two more of
nur young people have joined forces in
thc baltic of life and made a "linn of
two" into "oiie." Mr. Ki Roach took
unto himself as life partner Miss Corrio
Phillips, They were "made ono" by Hov.
Robert Cobb. We wail with pen in hand
to WI ile Up tho liex I one.
We aro always glad to receive Till
Coi lill i! ?md hope the time may soon
come whet, it will boa visitor ill every
homo in I his community.
A i ru l's,
Lewis Ackerman, Coshcii, Ind.. says:
"DeWill's Little Karly Risers always
Ining certain relief, euro my headache
mid never gripe." They gently cleanse
Hid invigorate the bowels and liver, ,1.
IV. Hell, Walhalla, sells thom.
Negro Lynched in Clorida.
\ \i.no I A, CA., Mandi li. Word was
cc rived herc lo night of a double Ililli'
1er and lynching near Jennings, Kia.
lt appears that two white men by the
lame of Carver were billed by a negro
A'hose name could not bc learned. The
icgro was captured by tho SherilT A
nob quickly gathered, look the mur
iner away from thc ollicers of the law
on! itwiing lom opio a neighboring tioo.
K^CandliUiVWMinouncom?itiii ?illili?) i>ul>
Isliial until tho primary election for Three Doi
ni H. l'A VA III,K IN AnVANOK. Doll't IWU UH to
ireillt you! Card? not to exceed Bix linos.
P. H. IsilKM. horoby announces him
leif a candidato for Auditor of Oconoo
?ounty, subject to tho aotion of tho
)omocratic party in tho approaching
KO H COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
Tho many friends of DANIICI. J. Molt
IAN liorohy announoo him a candidate
or County Coinmissionor, suhjoct to tlio
lotion of tho Demo iratio party in tho
FOR CLERK OK COURT.
Tho many friends of S. 1*. Srmui.iN'o
uinouneo him as a candidato for Clerk
if Court, suhjoct to tho voico of tho poo
do in tho approaching primary oloction.
Noyro Assaults an Agod Woman.
In Kitzgerald, Ca., last Tuesday morn
ing, Bill Clark, a negro, ontored tho
ionio of Mrs. Sarah Hakor, an agod lady,
irohahly seventy years old, and assaulted
lor. Alono with tho nogro at tho hour
)f 2 o'clock in tho morning, her strug
gles wore powerloss. Clark left, his vic
.om and wont direct to his homo only a
ihort distance away. Mrs. Rakor after
ionic limo was aldo to alarm hor neigh
bors and a search was mado for tho
legro, resulting in Iiis capturo. She
dontified him boyond question as her
Hy S o'clock crowds began to gather
md discuss tho question of lynching tho
logro. People from tho North as woll
is tho South, wore arranging to liam;
lim immediately, but wiser counsel pre
vailed and he was carried boforo a
justice, w here he was remanded to jail.
While the trial was in progress prepara
tions were being made to hang (.'lark in
Hoad daylight within tho corporate
limita, hut to prevent this tho doputy
merill slipped away with the prisoner
Mrs. Raker was from Minneapolis,
Minn., and is a respectable lady in this
.oinnninity. A largo proportion of tho
nti/.ens aro from the north and this is
Hie first timo they have been brought
face to face with the negro question. It
is safe to say from their actions today
thal thoy aro willing and roady to do
their part in removing any criminal who
may assault a fomalo and not wait for
the usual legal squabble over tho mat
Comos from Dr. I). R. Cargile, of
SVasbita, 1. T. Ile writes: "Four bot
Iles of Fleet rio Hitters has cured Mrs.
Hrower ol' scrofula, which had caused
lier great, suffering for years. Terrible
mies wimbi bleak out, on her hoad and
lace, and the best doctors could give no
liolp; but. her cure is complete and hor
health is excellent." This shows w hat
thousands have proved-that. Electric
Hitlers is thc best blood purilior known.
lt's Ibo supremo remedy for eczema, tel
ler, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and run
ning sores. lt stimulates liver, kidneys
md bowels, expels poisons, helps diges
tion builds nj) the strength. Only ?u
SOIlta. Sold hy all druggists in the
Ropublican County Convention.
The Hcpublicans of Oconoo held their
Doun ty Convention at Walhalla on last
Saturday, March Kith, thc purpose being
Lo elect, delegates to State and District
A large and enthusiastic crowd of dele
gates assom 'ed at Kaufmann'? Opera
The convention was called to order by
Mr. A. C. Merrick, ami after some routine
business, II. Wiggins was made perma
nent, chairman of the meeting.
The following delegates were elected
lo the Slate Convention : A. C. Merrick
?ind W. .1. Thomas; alternates, c. .1.
Mulkey ami .1. (i. Daniels.
Delegates to tho Congressional Con voli
tion are A. C. Merrick, W. .1. Thomas
mil W. H. Jenkins; alternates, C. ll.
Hlackbourghn and X. A. Doyle.
The convention endorsed tho wise,
,'onservat ive and patriotic course of
President McKinley, and believe:; that
Iiis acts will bc endorsed by a majority
>f (he people at tho polls on the ides of
A resolution was also offered and
unanimously adopted, wit bout a dissent
ing volo, that wc denounce tho malicious
iel ions cd Coo. W. Tolbert, postmaster
it Seneca, in his discourteous way of
'.renting patrons al. that ellice by using
lullte force with some of its patrons.
Tho resolution censured him as a man
unlit for the posit ion and asks thc govern
ment to give tho people of Seneca City a
helter postmaster, 'this matter was left
ll t ho hands of t he K.xeeuti ve ( 'omniit lee.
Thc following oflicoi'S were elected:
A. C. MKHUU'K, County Chairman,
V V Dovt.K, Secretary.
M. H. Smith, Ituttornut, Mich., says:
'Dewitt's Little Karly Risers are thc
..cry best pills I ever used for costive
less, liver and bowel troubles." At J.I.
kV. Hell's, Walhalla.
Killed Ins Hall Sister.
The murder of Miss Nell McDowell, at
lier home, in Pnulding county, Ooorgin,
ni Sunday night, March 1, has just come
o light. Slur was shot through a win
low willi a double-barrel shotgun, blow
ng oil her head. lier half brother,
iVylic Jones, has been arrested on sus
lieioii. The killing appears lo have
jrown ont of unhappy family affairs.
Hie Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
There Is a disease prevailing in this
onntry m "';t dangerous because so deoep
Ivo, Many sudden death:; aro canned by
t-heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
>r apoplexy arc often thc result of kidney
llscase. If kidney trouble ir, allowed to ad
'anCC thc. kidney-poisoned blood will attack
he vital organs, or thc kidneys themselves
>reak down and waste away cell by cc'l.
['hen thc richness of the blood-the albumen
leak:; out n d the sufferer has Bright's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dls
:ovcry is the true specific, for kidney, bladder
nd urinary troubles, lt has cured thousands
if apparently hopeless cases, after all other
:fforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cent
.nd dollar sizes. A .sample bottle sent free
iy mall, also a book telling about Swatnp
?oot and Hr. wonderful cures. Address
)r. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N, Y. and
ucnllon this paper.
Proforrod tho Knit" Route
ALLAMB, N. J., March o.-with thu
sntno weapon hu killed Willtum While
with nt LOUR Branch ou Monday nicht,
JoHoph Kelly cut his own throat yester
day iv escupo lynching ut the haiuu, of a
mob, which chased him two milos.
Satisfaction ti uara::teed
or Money Refunded.
Jewelry of our manufacture warranted
to givo tho woaror satisfaction or money
We manufacturo a comploto lino In
Rolled (told Plato, (.old Filled, Gold
Front and Solid (Jobi.
A comploto lino of jowolry of our
manufacturo is for salo by J. IC. KEL
LBY, of TnmasBoo, S. C. Call at tho
sloro and examino tho lino. PrtcoB low
and goods drat class.
W. F. MAIN CO.,
Iowa City, Iowa. 10-1J
New Arrival ! Seed.
Fino lot Wntormolon, Corn, Tomato
and I Jeans, (J orman Millot, Onion Sots
All Burpee's Seed warranted and sold
at cataloguo prices.
Komombor, wo givo you thrco to four
times moro sood-and hotter-than you
get in packages. NORMAN'S,
OTA S li gives color,
flavor and firmness to
all fruits. No good fruit
can be raised without
Fertilizers containing at least
8 to 10% of Potash will give
best results on all fruits. Write
for our pamphlets, which ought
to be in every fanner'3 library.
They are sent free.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 NftSisu St., Now York.
An active cut rato war in sugar ba?
started. Tho trust has mado a cut of
10 couts on tho KR) pounds, which lins
been promptly met hy tho Arbucklos.
A battle to tho death is widely believed
to bo on.
Remember This !
We want all the Old Iron you have.
At 25 Cents per Hundred Pounds!
Old Castings ?it ldc. per hundred pounds.
(Wo do not buy old pots.)
Thin Brass..r>c. per pound.
Heavy, Thick Brass.tic. per pound.
Copper.Sc. per pound.
If you have au old copper distillery now
is the time to get shed of it.
Old Rones.25c. per hundred pounds.
We pay for them in trade only.
Wo are going to ship this ear on the
15th of Mareil,
after which time we will not ho able lo
handle this stuff for you; so don't
forget and bring it on the Kith,
for it will bo too late.
BRING YOUR OLD IRON, BRASS,
COPPER AND HONKS NOT
FOR WE CAN
NOT PROMISE TO RUY IT
LATER THAN liVril OF MARCH.
While wc are buying this car load of stn 1Y we arc al the same time
OFFERING BARGAINS IN Aid, KINDS OF FARMING TOOLS AND GARDEN
SEEDS, SICKO OATS, WHEAT, HP AN, Fl NIC TOMASS1C1C CORN.
('onto and supply yourself for the summer before they arc all gone. Wc aro making
a specialty of FANCY GROCERIES. Give us a portion of your patronage.
ALL KINDS SEED IRISH POTATOES.. -@Q yj^'SEE I'S BEFORE YOU KUY.
L. C. GRAIG,
~W yVl^11 I il JA. , Si . C
If You Want Goods
of any Kind go t~ ??n??fflhi
- CARTER & CO.'S, -
For They Have Got Any
And, having bought, a largo stock of
goods hoforo the great advance in prices,
they will sell you gooda as cheap or
cheaper than you can buy them else
If yon want bargains in Dress Goods,
Sheetings, Shirtings, or anything made
out of cotton, you will lind it. nt Carter
Hardware of all kinds at Bottom
SHOKS! SHOES!! SHOKS!!!
Well, they have more Shoes than room,
as yon will sec by taking a peep into
their store, and can lit all in style, size
11 ATS ! Il ATS!! HATS!!!
They want 1,000 men and boys to visit
their storo within thu next :J0 days and
buy themselves one Hat each. Theil
thing You Want,
they will have plenty left, (/./mo and
get a good Hat for little money.
Ami wo can say as much for Cloth lug,
for we have a large stock on hand and
it must go to make room for our now
Last, hut not least, is our Grocery
Department, lt is full and running ovor.
If you want the very best Flour oil tho
market try ROXANE, and you won't bo
sat ?shed wit h any ot her.
If you want the best half paient try
Wishing one, and all a happy ami pros
perous year and ail early visit to our
store, where you will get full weights,
full measures and your money's worth,
we arc, Yours for business,
CARTER & CO..
Look ! Price ! Buy !
I HAVE MOVED ACROSS Tl IK STREET INTO THE )J. C. STROTHER OLD
I STAND, where 1 will be glad lo see all of my customers and the people generally,
especially those who want to GET MORE FOR THEIR MONEY than they can get
My store house is full and running over with goods bought before! the late ad
vance, such as Dry (louds, Notions, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Furniture, Crockery,
Glassware, Drugs, A c. Also a complete lino of Hardware, with Stoves and all kinds
llave just received a comploto lino of Buggy, Wagon and Slip Harness. Have
plenty of extra Single Cheek Lines, Collars, Bridles, Ac, at reasonable prices.
1 have a full lino of Groceries and Canned dodds thal will go t hc?i]>. Whoa it
comes to Coffee and Flour ' nm away ahead, as 1 got a large stock before tho riso.
Conic and sec me ami 1 ^ ill sell you for cash or till fall aud save you money.
\i buy your SI 11 N(! LICS, CHICKENS, EGGS, Ac.
F. H. GARTER
5 s. c.
li) 'PLENTY OF (?CANO AND ACID ON HAND AT ALL SEASONS.. &C
COME TO SEE IVIE WHEN YOU WANT
I Sell The Best on
? \v-.ni - < I ?OOO Itusliols !-:;??. Corn,
>y ' (IO,OOO ISiiiictloH (ioo<l l\xl<Ioi',
And will PAY TIIIC HICIIKS'I CASH PRICK for it.
Iff Dynamite always on hand.
T. E. Alexander
I.ivory, IVod .'ind Solo Stahle, Willimill!, S. (!.
We have just opened one of the
most complete lines of Shoes ever
shown in town.
OLK STOCK OF GROCERIES ls COMPLET IC. GIVE I'S YOCH ORDER AND
WK WILL BE G LAD Tl ? DELIVER TH ICM ANYWHERE IN TOWN.
o? i I*M for .'rjido,
W. D. LESLY & CO