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Til? "hurry" season is on, and you
confidence lil tho prices-whoro you'll fee
hasn't tho tiiuo to give so much attention
prefer a secure, satisfactory place.
Wo aro usually well-stocked, and uc
price is always guaranteed, that is on got
to return tho purchase
Try our CAPITULA FLOU lt.
^ocal aub personal.
-Mr. Hugh 1'. Ilolleman visited in
-Miss Francis Maxwell spent last
Monday in Anderson.
-Don't miss seeing tho beautiful
Kastor hats at Mrs. W. P. Nash.
-.lust received a shipment of fresh
Nunnally candy at Moll's drug store.
- Mr. T. K. Alexander has a lino stall
ion at his stahles. (.'all ami soe him.
-Head thc new advertisements of C.
W. Pitchford Co. and Jas. ll. Darby.
-Messrs. .las. Thompson ami Jan. II.
Dinby spent last Friday in Anderson.
-Pat torn hals, millinery, notions,
laces, etc., at Mrs. E. M. Cud worth's.
- Moucv to loan on approved real estate
security. * J..H. KA lt I.K, Walhalla, S. C.
- Completo lino of notions, laces, em
broideries, ob;., at Mrs. I1',. M. Cud wort h's.
-Mr. W. A. Ivcstcr, of Anderson, vis
ited rotativos in and near Walhalla last
-Call at Mrs. K. M. Cudworth's for
the latest styles in millinery, pattern
-Miss Julia Keels Maxwell is visiting
her cousins, tho Misses Shanking in
-Thc South Carolina Presbytery ?ill
bo hold tit Orcouwood, commencing on
- Miss llcssie Strother, of West Union,
visited her friend, Mrs. F. ii Maxwell,
in Anderson last week.
- Mrs. I). Oolkors is spending sonic
time with lier daughter, Mrs. J. A. Col
lins, at lloudorsonville, N.e.
- Foi NO- A key that opens and closes.
Tlu- owner can got same by calling at
this ollloe and paying for this notice.
.Mrs. F. A. Pcb. Dr. and Mrs. .1. W.
boll and Misses May and Katu Dell
visitod relatives in Anderson last week.
Capt. Win. Perry advertises a valua
ble water power for salo in this issue.
Those interested would do well to call
- Misses Maud Hopkins and Lizzie
Harper, two beautiful young ladies of
Seneca, visited their friend, Miss Lidio
Keith, last week.
' -Mr. Wcssie Torhuiio, of Clemson Col
lege, is on a visit lo his mother and sis
ter in Walhalla. Mrs. Torhuno, weare
glad to report, is improving.
-Miss Lucile Wright, of Laurens, is
visiting '.nu- hr ? her. Mr. W. P. Wright,
at Mrs. Posa Sehrodcr's. She will proba
bly spend a month in Walhalla.
-Hovornor MeSweonoy has appointed
Mr. L. W. Perrin Master for Abbeville
county vico Miller, decoasod. Mr. Pcr
rin's appointment will give entire satis
-Comity Treasurer J. P. Kay has been
authorized to collect thc *:.'commutation
road tax from now until May 1st. lio
membor, you will have to pay thc two
dollars or work lour days of ten hours.
Peniemher that Mrs. !.'.. M. Cud
worth's millinery opening is on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, April 10, ll
and I'.'. She will be pleased lo have lier
patrons and friends call anil examine her
- W. ll. Shipman, beardsley. Minn.,
under oath says, he had dyspepsia for 2h
years until he used Kodol Dyspepsia
('ure and now he cats what lu* likes and
as much as he wauls and digests what bo
eats. For salo by .1. W. Hell.
- Mrs. C. M. Nield and children left
Thursday morning for Hcsseincr, Ala.,
where they will make their future home.
Mr. Nield has located in Ht seiner and
has been there several weeks. Wc wish
them well in their new home.
-Mrs. C. II. Mavhow and children, ol
Atlanta, (ia., arrived in Walhalla last
Friday. Mr. Mayhew and his family
will spend tho summer herc and occupy
the Ihomailll cottage, on Faculty Hill.
Wc welcome thom to our midst.
..-Seven now candidates this week:
W. T. (?robbs and lt. K. Mason for Clerk
of Court; W. M. Kay and W. 1). Stab
ling for Sheriff; \V. M. Fennell and C.
L. Craig lor County Superintendent ol'
Fd neal ion ; S. M. Pool for County Su
J. ti. Long, Deputy Sheri ff of Union
county, came to Walhalla last week and
carried hark with him Joe Miscnham
mor, while, wanted in that county for
bigamy, having three living wives.
Deputy sherill I!. P. Moss a rr OS tod
Misenhamnior al Newry.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. Moore left Tues
day night for Wiggins, Colo., their fu
turo home. Mr. Moore generally brings
a oar or two ol' horses to OcoilCQ every
fall. He callie to South Carolina last fall
a single man, but carries back with him
a blushing brido of a few months.
If the roads of the county are to be
Worked under the old system wc would
like to know why it is not done. (>u the
Alexander hill, near West Union, it is
almost impossible to travel. A like com
plaint conies from tho Long Creek sec
lion. The proper authorities ought to
give their attention lo the matter.
Mr. Phelps Whit marsh, the Philip
pine correspondent of Thc Outlook, will
send probably a do/.OIl more letters from
that country, In Hie issue ol' Tho Out
look for April 7, ho has something ont
i.i I ho ordinary run ol" correspondence
letters in the form ol' a description ol'a
typical friar whom he visited. If you
want a good magazine for a year scud
I hr. e dollars to Thc Outlook Company,
burnley's 8-Hour Liver Itogtilator is
the best remedy lo relieve the various
forms of headache, including nervous
ami sick headache, and it is .sale to say
that nine cases out ol' len (d' this dis
tressing complaint are due lo an Inactivo
orslllggisli liver wit li constipated bowels.
A tVwdoses of burnley's 8-1 lour Livor
Peculator will soon restore these organs
to their proper functions and headache
ceases. In the same manlier it regulates
thc bowels, prevents constipation and
piles, relieves all fOl'IIIH ol' Iii I iolisliess,
such ?is di/.zi li ess, nausea, coa teri tongue,
loss ,,i appetite, Ac Try it. Largo
packages'iOc, at Lumicy's,
The twenty-fourth annual session of
thc < ; 111 . 1 l.odge Knights of Honor of
South Carolina will beheld in Columbia,
Wednesday, April I8lh. The usual re
duced rates over thc railroads will he
allowed. The total membership ol' thc
Order iii the United Stalos on Mandi Isl,
HMM), wast;.".. I?;.',. Total amount of benelils
paid lo widows and orphans to Mandi
lilli. HMM), was f 70,2?52,?01.d8. There
have hoon :;.".,77'? deaths in thc Order
?nee Hs organization, about a rpiartor of
a century agu. Thc condition of the
Knights nf Honor throughout tho Su
preme Jurisdiction is good and coull
dence has been thoroughly established
as io its futuro growth and perpetuity on
the present rate ol' assessment now pre
Heal Estate Transfers.
Tbc following real eslate ? i aiisfoi s have
been recordOd on Ibo Auditor's booka
since Tuesday, Mandi 21, HMM):
Conter Township L. A. Kdwards to
bunnan I'niversify, I lt Seros, ?7?.
Seneca .1. W. Ilolleman, Master, lo
W. |(. Doyle and J, W. Harper, ?? lots
and I building, $.'l,U.V),
KeowOo Township s. K. Cannon to
SW M. P.iown and F. L. Ileriulon, ''I
?eres, voo: s. F. K. Cowan lo J. .1. I ?.
(Jowan, Ob acres, $ I it I.
will wont a trading placo whoro you'vo
1 that no :ulvantage will ho taken. One
to thoBO matters, and they naturally
> matter tho items you order hore, tho
ids of oqir quality, or you ar? prlvilogcd
Cantata-"Tho Day Star."
Tho Juvenile Missionary Socioty of
tho Walhalla M. E. Church, South, will
givo a Cantata-"Tho Day Star"-in
Pitchford's Hall on Friday night, April
Oth. Admission, 15 couts all round. A
cordial invitation is extended to all those
who wish to help along a good causo.
Doors opon at half-past Bevon o'clock.
Married, at tho residence of tho ofll
ciating otllcor, Magistrate \V. O. White,
Walhalla, S. C., Sunday aftornoon,
April lat, 1000, at 1 o'clock, Mr. Samuel
Hunt and Miss Dovio Drown, both of
Mountain Dost. Thoso young pooplo
have many friends throughout Goonoo
county who wish thom much success in
their journoy through lifo.
The sacramout of tho bord's Supper
will ho administered in tho Walhalla
Presbyterian church noxt Sabbath just
after tho morning sermon. Thoro will
he special public services hold in said
church on Thursday and Friday nights nt
eight o'clock and Saturday morning at
eleven o'clock, conducted by tho pastor,
Kev. it. L. Hogers. Tho public aro cor
dially invited to attend those services.
A Blaze Monday Night.
bast Monday night about 8.80 o'clock
tho alarm of tiro waa given, and in a few
minutes a largo crowd was out ready for
win k. A dry kiln of lumber at tho old
brewery Park had caught, and, in Bpi to
of bani work, it burned to tho ground.
There were .something over 11,000 foot
of lumber in tho kiln, valued at about
$125. Tho entire kiln. was lost. Tho
lumber burned was the property of
M. A. Ja(Tor8on and Otto Kaufmann. Six
thousand feet belonged to Mr. JalYorson
and 5,000 lo Mr. Kaufmann.
List of Leiters.
Hist of letters remaining uncalled for
in thc Walhalla post ellice for tho month
ending Mardi 31: Tho Southern Mfg.
Co., Miss bena Norton, Miss Marrie Loo,
Miss S. A. McCall, Law ronco Walker,
Henry Smith, Frank Leitz, A. C. G?lla
melo, W. II. Henderson, .las. Anderson
(2), E. L. Crooks, E. L. Collins, Sam
Frazier, Thomas Smith, F.sip, ami Hov.
James Dutson. Persons calling for any
of tho above letters will please say that
they aro advertised.
J. M. MKKIUCK, l\ M.
A Deplorable Accident.
Anderson Daily Mail, April 1: "Last
Wednesday afternoon a deplorable acci
dent happened on the plantation of Mr.
J. P. Dradborry, near Fair Play, S. C., by
which Miss Dosa Harper, a daughter of
Mr. M. S. Harper, a young lady about Ki
years of agc, lost her life. Sho with
some other children wore engaged in
burning trash in anew ground Hold when
in some w ay her clothing caught bro anil
before help could reach her every stitch
ol' her clothing hail hoon burned oH' her
body. She lingered in groat agony until
thc next day when death came to hor re
Hypnotist Hopped to thc Heater.
"Prof." T. D. Langston, of Anderson,
Hie "hypnotist" wdie ? puearod at Pitch
ford's Hall last Wednesday night didn't
lill his engagement for Thursday night's
performance. His failure to hypnotize
anything Wednesday night was tho Hist
he ever made, ho said, and it wasn't his
fault, cither, that ho made it-it was tho
fault of tho nudieilCO. As tho train
pulled out Thursday ho doubtless whis
pered softly to himself: "I'm going,
going, going: I don't know exactly why,
hut I'm going; I want to stay, but I
can't; Fin going, going: Fin gono, and
I can't como back!"-And we're glad
Death ol Zack Hall.
Died, at his homo, near Phinney's, S. C.,
on Saturday morning, March 31st, WOO,
after several weeks' illness, Mr. Zack
Hall, aged about 7"> years. Tho immedi
ate cause of his death was enlargement
ol' tho heart. Mr. Hall was an Goonoo
county raised man, and by all thoso who
who knew him ho was recognized as a
man ol' sterling worth and high moral
character. Ile was a good neighbor and
a true friend. Ho will ho greatly missed
hy his family and many friends. Ho
leaves a wife and several children to
mourn his death. His body was buried
al Fairview church on last Sunday after
noon, tho funeral sorvicos hoing con
ducted hy Hov. I). W. Hiott.
Thc Wagoner Monumont Fund.
Thc following subscriptions havo hoon
received by the Seini-Centei nial fl nan 00
committee mid reported to us:
Previously reported.8310 on
.Inuit's Kenhorn, Walhalla. 10 00
W. b. (tib?OII, Anderson, S. ('. IO 00
Thu H nanoo oommiltoo have received
other contributions that will bo reported
later. They desire to havo all amounts
as early as possible in order to go for
ward with thc arrangements. Scud in
your contributions carly and in that way
lend valuable assistance to tllORO who
w ill look after tho designing and erection
(d' the monumont
R?solutions of itcspcct.
As to our former pastors, Dov. J. F.
Probst. A. M., has departed this lifo;
I bendore, bc it
Dcsolved 1st, Thal wo remember him
with respect and love, and thankfully
honor Iiir memory as that of a friend
w ho was capable and faithful in his olllcc
as a shepherd of our souls,
Dcsolved 2d, That wo earnestly en
deavor to follow his example
Dcsolved 3d, That wc hereby cxpross
our sincere sympathy to his bereaved
family and drape our church in mourn
ing for one mouth.
Unanimously adopted in regular moot
ing, Apiil I, 1000. H. L. ?KANT,
President SI John's Evangelical Lutheran
Congregation, Walhalla, S. C.
L. Si HA 11 HOI T, Secretary.
Orphanages and Orphans.
Mrs. W. L. Smith, of Clinton, s.e.,
spent two days in Walhalla last week in
thc interest of Thornwoll Orphanage
She gol (pi I to a nico list of subscribers
to "Our Monthly," a magazine published
hy tho pupils ill tho schools. She is a
devoted, earnest worker foi tho institu
tion, and travels extensively in tho prose
cution of her labor of love. She ex
pressed great sat isfact ion at her recep
tion bv Hie people of Walhalla, and tho
material assistance rendered her. Tho
orphanages in our State have groat
( hums upon our people, and of all our
benevolent institutions none are worthy
of greater help. Wo hopo to soo tho
lime conic when tho ThorilWOll Orphan
age al Clinton, tho Fpworth Orphanage
at Columbia, and tho Connie Maxwell
Orphanage at Greenwood, will bo hand
somely endowed, and placed OH such a
solid financial basis that they can take
rare of all thc. homeless Slid helpless lit
Ho orphans in our Stato. May ibo day
s) eddy como when not ono of tho little
wails need bc turned away for Want Of
room or funds to minis toi lo their cry
Lewis Ackerman, (ioslicn, Ind., says:
'?DoWitt's Little Farly Discrs always
Illing cei lain iclicf, cure my headache
mid never gi ?pe." They gently cleanse
ind invigorate the bowels and liver. J.
\V. Hell, Walhalla, sells them.
County Alliance Meeting.
Tho Goonoo County Allinr.co will moot I
nt Fairviow school house on Friday, tito
l.'tth day of April, 1900, at 10 o'clock.
J A MKS T. limo, Presiden*.
Mr. J. It. Kay, Treasurer of Oconoo |
county, has turned over to Sheriff W. W.
Moss over four hundred tax oxooutions
to collect. Defaulters would do well to
call ou the Sheriff at ouoo and pay up
aud H a ve further costs. It is a misde
meanor now not pay your poll tax. One ]
man in tho county was sont to tho chaln
gaug last wook for not paying lils poll
East End Loc.tls.
Mrs. Potor Vrodonburgh and sou, Mas
tor Reynolds Vrodoitburgh, of Spriug
(lold, Illinois; Mrs. ll. W. Ricka rt, of
St. Louis, Missouri, and M vs. C. S. Mel -
lick, of Asheville, N. C., aro tho gUOBts
of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Merrick and
family in Kast Knd. This is tho first
visit of Mrs. Vreden burgh and Mrs.
Riokart to our mountain oity, and we
trust that thoir sojourn boro will maleo a
favorable and lasting impression on thoir
mimili and hearts. Mrs. Vrodonburgh is
tho mother of Mrs. Clifford Merrick.
Mr. Alfrod K?mest lins purchased tho
houso and lot belonging to Capt. C. F.
Sooba in Kast End. Ho contemplates
improving tho property nt an early day.
Mrs. A. M. Morgan has gone to Hen
dorsonvillo, N. C., to bo absout for
Miss Sallio Norton and M?BB Nottio
Novillo worn olootcd at a rocont mooting
ot tho Hayno Ciroio of Walhalla as dele
gates to tho Federation of Woman's
Clubs, which moots in Charleston on
Tho young people, especially tho little
children, aro VOiy much interest ed in tho
approaching cantata in Pitchford's hall
on Friday night, Otb instant. Lot ovory
body at I end. o. s.
Death of a Noble Woman.
Our community was saddonod on
Tuesday afternoon, April .'ld, 1000, whoa
it was announced that tho immortal
spirit of Mrs. Nottio Westmoreland, wife
of Mr. ll. lt. Westmoreland, of our town,
had loft its ton em eui of clay and re
turned to tho Cod who gavo it! Sho had
boon in declining health for soveral
mouths, anti her condition grow worso
until tho dual end carno. Shu was tho
second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frasier,
w ho have been living in Walhalla for tho
past, three or four years. Mrs. West
moreland was born at Westminster
twenty-five years ago. On January 7th,
1802, at Polzor, S. C., sho was happily i
married to Mr. Westmoreland. This
union was blessod with four children,
throo of whom aro living.
Mrs. Westmoreland was a lovablo
Christian woman and tho many noble
traits of her character shown forth in
her quiet lifo and inllueiico. Sho boro
her sufferings with resignation and
patience and her young lifo wont out ns
a vapor. In her early lifo she bad given
her heart to God ami was fully prepared
to moot tho grim monster doath with joy
and poaco. Sho was a member of tho
Walhalla Methodist church and was a
pious and humble Christian. To tho
husband and three 1 itt lo children, all '
girls, is oxtonded tho warmest sympa- j
thios in their great boreavomont. Ap
propriate funeral sorvices will bo con
ducted by her pastor, Rev. G. F. Clark
son, at tho home of the deccasod this
(Wednesday) afternoon at throo o'clock.
Tho romains of tho departed ono will be
laid to rest In Wostvicw cemotery to
await tho resurrection of tho just.
Aro grand, but skin eruptions rob lifo
of joy. Rucklcn's Arnica Salvo cures
them ; also old, running and fever sores,
ulcors, boils, felons, corns, warts, cuts,
bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands,
chilblains, best pilo euro on earth.
Drives out pains and aches. Cure guar
anteed. Sold by all druggists. Only
25 cents a box.
Big Fever Fund Askod tor.
Based upon a report from tho Surgeon
General of tho marino hospital sorvico,
Secretary (Iago has askod Congress to
incrcaso tho appropriation to combat
epidemic diseases to $500,000, tho pres
ent appropriation hoing only $.'100,000.
Tho basis for this request is the expected
early outbreak of yellow fever in tho
Coif States, and tho Secretary declares
that an additional $200.000 should bc
made immediately available, as tho gov
ernment is to tako immediate stops to
provont this threatening outbreak if
Card of Thanks.
To tho many friends who so kindly ex
tended their sympathies and assistance
to us in tho recent illness and death of
Rov. J. F. Probst, wo desiro to return
tho sincoro thanks of all members of thc
family. Their acts of kindness will al
ways bo gratefully romomhorod.
Du. AM? Mus. G. C. PltOIIST,
Clerk Murdered by Negroes.
HlKMiNiioAM, ALA., April 1.-At Clin
ton, Ala., last, night two negroes entered
tho storo of J. T. Sterling, knocked the
clerk, Thomas Huntain, on thc hoad with
an axo and left him insonsihlo on tho
door. They then robbed tho store
and linishod tho job by mitting Punlain's
throat. His dead body was found this
morning. Two negroes have benn ar
rested for tho crimo and aro in jail at j
Ku taw, eight miles south of Clinton,
Ono of them has bcoli partially identified.
Thoro aro threats of lyinoning if tho
guilt of tho negroes can bo positively es
Story or a Slave.
To he bound hand and foot for years
l?y tho chains of disease is the worst form
?if slavery. Coorge 1). Williams, of Man
chester, Mich., tells how such a slavt
Wt s mndo free. Ho says: "My wife
lias been so helpless for five years that
?ibo could not turn over in bod ah ne.
After using two bottles of Klootrio Hit
ters, sho is wonderfully improved and
fcblo to do her own work. This .supreme
remedy for female diseases quickly cares
nervousness, sleeplessness, monancholy,
headache, backache, tainting and dizzy
qiclls. This miracle working medicino
is a godsend to weak, sickly, run down
pooplo. livery battle guaranteed. Only
">D cents. Sohl by all druggists in thc
A Negro Suicide.
HIIOYI.KS, ANDKBBON COUNTY, S. C
March 28.-Sam Johnson, a colored man
?55 years old, committed suicide hero yes
lord av nftornoon by soaking his clothing
with korosuno and setting bro to himself.
Ho was dead before help, which was
near by, could reach him. Ho had boen
a victim of epilepsy for a long Hmo ? nd
this finally brought on Insanity, it seems
For tho past week or so ho had beoomt
dangerous, and yesterday his wife'
father took her away for safety, leaving
him practically alone, for they had no
ohildron, and if is believed thal, bo ended
his life in a spell of despondency at tho
leaving of Iiis wife. An inquest hold to
day by Magistrate Fant found that ho
[.anio to his death by his own not. John
son was a hard working negro and had
tho confidence of tho wliito pooplo,
A Negro Preacher to Hang.
RAI.KIOII, N. C., March 80.- Two m?r
ier cases were to-day disposed of by tho
noiinty court hero. After being out
seventeen hours tho Jury to day brought
In a vordiot of guilty in tho case of Tom
Jones, the negro preacher, who last
week killed u mother and hor five ohll
tlron and then set fire to tho house and
tmriiod the bodies. Ho was sentenced
Lo bc hanged boro Oil Friday, May ll.
Georgo Loo, a llftoon-yoar-old negro
toy, was found guilty of murder in tho
lOOOnd degree for poisoning his sister
.vith Rough on Rats last October in an!
Itlompt to kill her husband, with whom
ie was mad. Pee was Sentenced ti? ton ,
gears' imprisonment in tho penitentiary
it hard labor.
A mail train collided with a freight
rain, near Alkan Toll ll rt, Caucasia, last
Saturday. Tho petroleum tanks ignited
md Ibo engineers of both trains, tho
iioslal clerks and many of Ibo passengers
. n c.heil ip tho flames.
Put my ?amo cm your li?t foi
Hath Uoods, oto.
I have some Surprises in
High Quality and Low Pri?es,
And you should not miss them
- - - - J
?CiT-lF YOU WAM A WHKKL CALL
Whit? Rock Academy Sonii-Contonnial.
Tt'OAl.oo, S. C., April 2, WOO.- Wo
had a fow beautiful day?, laBt wook and
tho goo-liaw of plowniou could bo bearii
in all dirootions. Hopo wo will bavo
pleasant woatbor for aomo time, BO that
farmoiBcan "Bortor" catch up with thoir
South Union i? right along with Wal
halla, as tho citizens havo decided to
cel?bralo tho Sonii-Centonnial of White
Kock Academy at South Union Bomo
timo tliis coming snminor, it hoing the
llftioth year since tito establishment of a
school there. Thoy want to mako it a
re-union of all who over attended Behool
thora-toachors and pupila. Notico of
tinto, otc, will bo given lalor.
Tho young pooplo of this community
aro engaged in tito laudablo purposo of
CBtablisliiug a library, and, wo aro glad
to say, 800111 to bo making a BUCCOBS ol' it.
Wo aro requested by tho chairman of
tho committee to stato that thcro will bo
no mooting of tho third district of tho
Hoavordfttn Baptist Association on tho
ilfth Sunday in this month on account of
tho Sunday School Convention which is
to moot with Return church on that day.
Ooonoo and Anderson papers will pleaso
Married, on Sunday, April 1st, at tho
residonco of tho bride's father, Thomas
Waters, Esq., Mr. Thomas Smith and
Miss Hiilio Waters, Hov. A. 1*. Marett
We were pleased to receive a call from
two beautiful young gouts last week
Messrs. Heed Kay and Lovis Knox. They
were entirely up ?" rabbits anti tish.
(Ionio again soon, hoya. !..
Mrs. Michael Curtain, lMainlicld, 111.,
makes (lie statement that sho caught
cold, which settled on her lungs; sho
was treated for a mouth by her family
physician, hut grew worse. Ho told her
sho wim a hopeless victim of consump
tion anti that no medicine could cure her.
Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption; sho bought
a bottle ?ntl lo her delight found herself
bono ll tod from tho first dose. She con
tinued ils uso and nf tor taking six bottles
found herself sound and well; now does
her own housework and is as well ns sho
ovor was. Free (rial bottles of this great
discovery at all drug stores in tho county.
Largo bottles ;">(> cents and ?1.
Mountain Rest Locals.
MOUNTAIN RKST, April 2.-Tho health
of (ho oom maui ty is not very good at
Hov. J. M. Sanders preached an inter
esting sormoii to an attentive congrega
tion at Double Springs Sunday, basing
his remarks upon the lirst clauso Ol
First Kings, 21 :20.
Mr. D. Hunt, who is teaching school
at Shiloh, was up visiting homo folks
Satur lay and Sunday.
Mri?. Kinma Harper, of Seneca, visited
lior fntl or, Mr. C. W. Hunt, Saturday.
Son c fanners have bogan planting
Miss Alice Frotwoll has returned homo
after a three weeks' visit to rotativos at
Miss Kliza Kindler has gone to Salem
on an extended visit to relatives.
Mrs. Mary Uamby is quito sick.
ll i s in ark's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his nplcndid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous energy
are not found whero stomach, liver,
kidney and bowels are out of order, If
you want those qualities and tho success
they bring, use Dr. King's New Lifo Pills.
They dcveloj) every power of brain and
hotly. Only 2.">c. at all drug stores.
Thc members of tho Westminster
(hange will take notice of tho change of
time of mooting. Tho noxt regular
mooting will be on Saturday, April 14th,
at 2 o'clock p. m. sharp. livery member
is required lo bo present for special busi
ness. Hy order of last meeting.
JoSKiMl BKAUDKN, Secretary.
Maulriin Wins Scholarship.
Mr. C. W. Mauldin, of Piokons, won
tho Annapolis scholarship at Anderson
last week, over a number of competitor?.
Mr. Manldin is a promising young man.
Ho is a donison College student and was
to have represented that institution nt
tho Stale oratorical contest in Green
wood. Sinco bis resignation thc students
bavo elected Mr. \V. (!. Hill, of Abbe
ville, to represent tho College. Mr. Hill
will havo a very short, time to preparo
himself, but all being anxious that tho
college shall be represented, be is will
ing to serve. F. K, Poarman, of Ander
son stood second best examination and
was chosen alternate,
A Gentle Corrodive
is what you need when your liver ho
cemos inactive. It's what you get when
you take Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets;
thoy aro froo tho violence and tho grill
ing that como with tho ordinary pill.
The best medical authorities agree that
in regulating tho bowels mild methods
aro preferable. For every derangement
of thc liver, stomach and bowels, those
tiny sugar-coated pills arc most effective.
They go about thoir work iii au easy and
natural way, and (heir good lasts. Once
used, they aro always in favor.
On his fourth trial for (he murder of
his brotlior-ln-lnw, Taylor W. Mabry,
Herman E. King was last Saturday, at
Uroouwood, found guilty with recom
mendation to mercy. Tho whole caso
has boon ?i remarkable one and both men
stood high. King alleges that Mabry
bail robbed him of his wife. A lifo sen
tence was passod.
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys or . (he mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
*. ?rvl'y,i >?. rtnd cheerfulness .soon
'(i-^Jr2 disappear when the kid
IUI?I^?"AH1???. ne>'n arc ou* o? order
?"V XlttWi/JjxitL^*' or diseased,
"fl ?fH,'?^>??^== Kidney trouble has
MW,S^*0>---~T hecome so prevalent
J??WSl?h/il M "ia' "'s no' uno?mmon
y/iS^SStwL^W ?or a cm,<i t0 he born
// uW^ MW?1 afflicted with weak kld
WJB lg* noys. If tho child urin
Ssaar^r*^, ates too often, If the
urine scalds the (lesli or ii, when thc child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bcd-v/clllng, ??pend upon lt. thc oau.se of
thc difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these Important organs. This unpleasant
trouble ls due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and bola need the same great remedy.
The mild and thc immediate cficct of
Swanip-Root is soon realized. lt |s sold
by druggists, in fifty- f^lTrq,,_
cent and one dollar rff3TO???^*^*^?? *^?Tr??!r:?rM
Sizes, You may have a n^WPin^^ ^inlmm
sample bottle by mall ^^^^J^gR^
free, also pamphlet tell- Homo of Bw*mp-Rool.
im?; all about it, including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
fit Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
Toilet Soap?, Porfumes, brushes, Combs,
. H. DARBY, Druggist.
AKT) SEE ME BEFORE HUYINO..=?S
Resolutions of Rospeot.
Whoroas, It was tho will of God to
oall John Homy Tbollkubl from oartb
to his homo boyoud, in tho morning of
lifo; thoroforo bo it,
Resolved 1st, That wo, momhors of
tho Lutboran Sunday sohool, bow in
huaiblo submission to tho will of our
Hoavonly Fathor, knowing that Hodooth
all things woll.
2d, That in tho doath of Honry wo
bavo loBt a faithful moinbor.
3d, That wo will ovor cherish in our
momorioB his gontlo lifo.
4th, That wo oxtond to bis sorrowing
loved onos our boartfolt sympathies.
5th. That thoso resolution* bo pub
lished in Tin: KKOWKK COUWKII, and a
copy bo sont to tho family.
NANNIK ANSKL, )
V. L. NOIIMAN, > Connnittoo.
ALMA NASH, )
Sunday School Convention.
Tho Sunday School Convontiou of tho
Boavordam HaptiBt Association will con
veno with tho Kuturu church, flvo milos
from Sonoi .., on Friday hoforo tho tilth
Sunday in April, 1000, continuing until
Sunday. Tho following is tho program :
First day : Introductory sortnon by
Hov. C. Wardlaw.
Question I. What aro soino of tho
benofits derived from the Sunday school ?
Discussed by Rev. N. G. Christopher,
of Westminster, S. C. Smith nod J. C.
Question 2. IB it host to UBO Union
Literature in BOH?O localitioB or havo no
school ? W. H. Mougold and Hov. J. M.
Question 3. What is a Sunday school '.'
T. M. Flrod and Hov. 1). W. Hiott.
Question 4, Ought our Sunday schools
to ho under tho direct control of tho
church ? If so, why ? Rev. J. H. Karlo
and J. W. Reardon.
Question 5, Is tho Sunday school tho
church at work, or is it a soparato organi
zation ? Hov. J. M. Saudors and J. W.
Question ti. What is the duty of Chris
tians toward fallon humanity ? Hov. II.
M. Allon and Joseph W. Sholor.
Question 7. What aro tho most un
scriptural and ohjoctionahlo features of
Mormonism ? Hov. A. P. Marott, M. C.
Harton and C. H. 1). Hums.
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock an ex
position of tho Sunday school lesson,
conducted hy Hov. P. J. Venuillion.
Sormou at 11 o'clock by Hov. T. M.
Hailey, 1). 1)., or Hov. D. W. Hiott.
J. II. STONK,
J. C. A I,KXANDF.lt,
W. T. MoAr.lSTKU.
Mrs. Harriot Evans, Hinsdale, 111.,
writes: "1 novor fail to i'oliovo my chil
dren from croup at onco by UBiug Ono
Minuto Cough Cure. I would not feel
aafo without it." Quickly euros coughs,
colds, grippe and all throat and lung
diseases. Sold hy J. W. Hell, Walhalla.
Treasury agents in their search of tho
custom house in Charleston last woek
found blind tiger liquors by tho whole
salo. Charges wero mado that tho
"blind tigers" had government protec
tion, hy allowing their liquors to bo kept
At Bull Run*
Comrndo Ohas. Elms, of Mcchiinlcorlllo,
N. Y., was struck by a pioco of sholl which
later caused sovora hoart trouble. Ho says:
"Ar second Boil Run a piece of shell
lodged in my shoulder, and later
rheumatism set In, which In tura af
fected ray heart to such extent that
6?vera 1 doctors pronounced my case
incurable. Dr. Miles' New Heart
Cure relieved my pains, shortness of
breath and enabled me to work; also to
.deep soundly, and prolonged ray Ufe."
la nold by all druggists on guarantee
first bottle bonultts or money back.
Book on hoart and norvos sont freo,
Or. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
Rev. Arlhur Crano Says Ho Has tho ProofJ
CHAIM.HSTON, S. C., April 1.-Follow
ing his sensational sermon of last Sun
day, Hov. Arthur Crano, who rocontly
moved boro from Now Jorsoy, preached
again to-night against vico in Charleston.
Ho said that unless tho blind tigers, tho
gambling houses and houses of ill repute
aro oloscd in Charleston ho will prouueo
ovidcuco and foots which will forco tho
au 11 mri t i es to ucl. Hov. Crano has visited
tho placoa about which ho has preach od
and he reiterated his determination of
seeing thom closed. Ho denied that ho
had emulated tho oxamplo of Dr. Park
hurst and severely criticised tho other
m ? ii is tc TM of tho city who havo talkod
disparagingly of his crusado against vico
through lifo for tho person who koops in
health. With a torpid liver and impuro
blood that follows it, you aro an easy prey
to all sorts of ailments. That "used'up
fooling is tho first warning that your
liver isn't doing it? work.
That is tho timo to tako Dr. Pierce's
Ooldea Medical Discovory. As an appe
tizing, restorative tonic, to ropoi disenso
and build up the needed flesh and
strength, there's nothing to equal it. It
rouses ovory organ into healthful action,
purifies and enriches tho blood, braces
up tho wholo system, and restores health
End of Plague in Honolulu.
HONOLULU, March 24, via San Fran
cisco, April 1.-Thc board of health has
practically decided that the plague ha?
run its course. No cases l.a.o developed
for over a wook. Tho mombors of tho
hoard now foci that quarantine restric
tions regarding tho shipment of mer
chandise from Honolulu, except mer
chandise from Asiatic port?, will bo re
Wo aro now showing a groat lino
and giving valuoB woll worth ilio at
tention of all prudont buyors.
Beautiful now coloriugs iu
BEDFORD CORDS, PERCALES,
PIQUES and DUCKS,
at 10, 12} and 15 couta.
A groat liuo of tho now and popular
for ladies' waists, at 25 couta, !55
con ts and 50 couta.
All tho now offocts in
18 and 20 inch, at 75 couta, 85 couta
and id por yard.
as shoor, protty and fresh as a "May
rose," at 26 cents.
Tho greatest lino of
wo ovor lind in Wolta, Dimities and
Nainsooks and Lawns at 5, 8 andi)
couta and on up.
Wo fear no compotion in theso
goods and beg you to seo our lino
Our I.aces, Embroideries, All
Overs and Tucking, all now, and at
Doods all high and going up nil thc
timo, but if you regard values wo
can do you good.
Now Spring Shoos coming inovery
day. Nono bettor than our standard
Seneca, S. C.
will always find a ready
Harket-but only that farmer
:an raise them who has studied
;he great secret how to ob
;ain both quality and quantity
:>y the judicious use of well
balanced fertilizers. No fertil
zer for Vegetables can produce
x large yield unless lt contains
it least 8%. Potash. Send for
Dur books, which furnish full
nformation. We send them
free of charge.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
03 Nassau St.. New York.
CllKKKY, April ;i.-Tho Sunday school
il Shiloh was reorganised last Sunday.
Mr. J. A. Sanders was olooted superin
tendent; Mr. R. C. Grifllu, assistant; Mr.
Henry Crooks, secretary and treasurer;
Miss Nunnie Grifllu, organist: Miss
Mico Hamilton, assistant, wo wish tho
school much success.
Prof. W. A. Dickson and son, Wal tor,
sf Hroylos, visited Mr. H. C. Routh, last
wook and attended tho baso ball gamo at
Mr. J. W. Sandors, of Hodgos, is vioit
ng homofolks at this placo.
Mr. Ii. li. bowns loft for Camdon yes
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Griffin wont to
Mr. II. C. Routh and little Miss Grace
went to Andorson Monday.
SHOK Sruit- ..
ARE YOU 1
constitution undermined by ex
travagance in eating, by disre
garding the laws of nature, or
physical capital all gone, if so,
Tutt's Liver Pills will cure you.
For sick headache, dyspepsia,
sour stomach, malaria, torpid
liver, constipation, biliousness
and all kindred diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pills
an absolute cure.
Mr. Lahmer and Free Mail Dolivory.
Anderson Daily Mail, March 20: Cou
?ressman Lat! m er, who has boon in tho
ii ty for a tlay or so looking after tho ap
plications for tho Annapolis appoint,
neut from his district., is vory much iu
orested in socuring ?roo rural mail do
11 very for this section of tho country.
Lie thinks there is a good chanco of get
ing tho necessary appropriation from
Congress, and says on tho whole ho is
rory much encouraged in his efforts in
hat dlreotiou. Tho matter of froo do
ivory is ono of general interest and our
icoplo in the country can hardly appre
.iato now tho advantages of having tboir
nail delivered daily at their doors. In a
niBiness way it would help tho towns as
voil. Wo hope Mr. Lattmor will suc
NOW READY FOR YOU
With years of oxporionoo personally Bolocting from tho best houses in
New York, I am showing tho season's swellest ami most exclusivo Novel
ties in Foreign Fabrics as well as the choicest things of American manu
New Faulards, French Organdies,
Piques, Percales, Irish Dimities,
English Madras, Welts, Lawns,
Serges and Crepe, in all colors, with
the biggest line of Embroideries,
Valenciennes and Torchon Lace,
Pulley Belts, the newest thing out,
Also the Rings for Pulley Belts.
A big line of Ribbons, Hosiery and
Underwear. The most complete line
of White Quilts I ever bought.
I can give you some rare bargains in these goods. The *1 kind for
65 cents; (ll.60 kind for *1.
Also a large linc of Towels from 5 cents to 50 cents.
MY CLOTHING DEPATMENT
IS COMPLETE !
The Clothing trade of Goonoo county is mine. I am offering some
great bargains this spring. The styles and weaves are perfect. Tho
prices are very low.
SHOES ! SHOES !
A large line of Shoes, bought direct from the factory for spot cash ;
also a large line bought from the Railroad Company that will be bargains
nt 50 per cent more than I am asking. All tho latest styles. Don't forget
lo sec my lino before buying.
Having closed out a big "job" in Furniture, I will give my customers
thc benefit of these gooos for tho next ton days.
Oak Post Bedsteads.$1 25 worth $ 1 75
Mattresses. 1 25 worth 2 00
Bureaus. ?i '25 worth 1 50
Dressers. . 7 00 worth 0 60
Others (Dressers).. 8 50 worth 12 50
A big line of Stoves
The $10.00 kind for .* 8.00
Thc |?12.60 kind for.* 10.00
Thc *15.00 kind for.$12.50
O^P Come while they last, as thc prices last only ten days. . 4Rfj
HAVING BOUGHT A BIG LINK OF BRIDLES FROM RAILROAD
JUST BECAUSE THEY WERE VERY CHEAP, I WILL
SELL THEM AT ABOUT HALF PRICE.
0 ?P'U you need a Bridle at all I can sell you a good ono for 50 cents.
Three Good Buggies Bought from Railroad Co.
at a Great Bargain.
All tho best grades of-.
TOBACCO, 10-pound box for . .
TOBACCO, 10-pound box for . . .
Plows, Plows, Plows, Plows.
As there seems to bc no fixed price on plows, I will fix it at lo. per pound.
Plenty on baud. Hnndlo I loos at prices that will sell them.
PLOW STOCKS, ETC.
A full linc of AXES, PLOW STOCKS, HANDLES, COLLARS,
HAMES and BACK BANDS.
Ballard's Flour always on hand.
Everything going at Cut Prices.
COFFINS AND CASKETS.
My line of Collins, Caskets, etc., is complete. Orders filled any time.
The Poor flan's
SENECA, 50. CA,