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-Hoad Vi L. Nortnan'B now ad.
-Mr. John Q, Hicks is on a visil to los
parents lu Walhalla.
-(toad oolloo of fluni settlement and
discharge in this issuo.
-(io to Boll's drug storo for your ico
cold drinks. Puro fruit syrups.
-Miss Eva Roedor, of Oakway, is vis
itinj: her Histor, Mrs. J. P, Kooso, this
- Why don't you soo those suits at
Saul's (.'ash Bargain Storo? They aro
-Lot of men's, ladies' and children's
slippers, in all colors, at Saul's Cash
-Mrs. John I\ Hutchison and chil
dren, of Greenville, aro visiting rela
tives lu Walhalla.
-Como right a long and got you a
suit at Saul's Cash Bargain Storo.
- Mrs. J. M. Hutchison and children,
of Crcenvillo, aro visiting hor parents,
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. IL Gibson.
-Mr. boon Sloan has been confined to
his room several days. His many friends
wish for him tr speedy recovery.
-Two now candidates Ibis week: J.
Kdwin Kelley for Sheriff, and IC. C. Doyle
for thc House of Representatives.
- Thc ideal spring medicine-sarsapa
rilla. Yon can get it at Bell's drugstore
for $1 per KULI, quart. Call at Boll's.
-SritAVKi), on April 'JD, two heifer
calves. The largest has boll oil. Will
reward for their capture or information.
J. L. Miller, Seneca.
- Mr. A. Kao Dendy, of Charlotte, N.
C., was visiting his parents and othorrela
tives in Walhalla for ?1 few days 'his
week. Ho returned to his homo Tuesday
-A few remnants of dress goods to go
at first cost at Saul's (.'ash Bargain Storo.
-Messrs. J. M. Gantt and W. O. Wil
? lard, of l.iborty, S. C., were in Walhalla
Tuesday, having on exhibition a patent
wagon brake, invented and patented by
W. N. Gantt ami J. M . Gantt, as Gantt
- Interesting services arc ox peet od at
tho lCvangelical Lutheran church next
Sunday. A number of young people are
ein make their public profession (confir
mation) and be admitted to full com
-State constables made a raid in this
section last Saturday. They captured JA
gallons at a residence in West Union, and
about 7 gallons, with utensils, in a (ich!
above Walhalla. Evorytbiug passed oil
quietly. No ono killed I
-An important meeting of Blue Ridge
Lodge, No. 1)2 A. F. M., will bo hold Oil
next Saturday night, Pith instant. The
Fellow Craft's Degree will perhaps bc
conferred on two candidates. A good
attendance of the Graft is desired.
-Our follow townsman ami friend,
Mr. W. J. Neville, returned last Monday
from a visit of several months to Tucson,
Arizona, where ho had been for tin
hem-lit of his health. He appears mucli
improved, to tho delight of his many
-LOST-A gobi watch fob, in Wal
balla, on last Sunday, containg tho let
ters "A. lt. D." on ono side and "li. P,
G. E. !102," on tho other with an elk'.'
tooth inserted. Tho tinder will bc suita
bly rewarded by leaving thc samo at th?
Coi lil Kl! ellice.
-Mr. A. L. Cossott, our Wcstminstci
correspondent, and Col. T. 1). Long, om
Tngaloo correspondent, were in towt
last Monday. Col. Long informel) lu
that "Levis" carried them in Ids pocket
all tho time and shot them everyday am
- Rubber-neck around to Saul's Casi
Bargain Store and buy you a .snit.
?W -Mr. W. C. Darkey, wife and cbihlrei
arrived in Westminster last Saturday
fi om Indian Territory. They will spoin
the summer with relativos and friend;
in Coonee. Mis many friends an
pleased tosco him and bis after an ab
sonco of so many years.
-Miss Rebecca Nicholson, daughto
of Mr. M. Nicholson, has hived eightooi
swarms of bees this season up to las
Saturday, and her bees are still a-swarm
?Hg. Miss Nicholson will no doubt lu
able to supply thc market with some ex
collent honey from her bees this summer
-Mr. C. L. Herrington, of Waynes
boro, Ca., is in Walhalla to-day. Iii
will probably spend several days in tb
county, as ho is representing thc Na
tional Publishing Company, of Boston
Mass., which has brought out an up-to
date map of thc world, according to th
government survey of 1800-lUOO. This i
an excellent map, and no one should lu
- Mr. Win. D. Denton, of Tugaloc
was in Walhalla Tuesday. Ile will h
eighty eight years old next August, am
is remarkably active for a man of bi
years. His wife is eighty-two years obi
and they are doubtless the oldest conpl
living in thc county. Mr. Denton ha
spent bis life on thc farm, and achieve
great success. Poi" three score years an
more hi! bas been known as one of on
most prosperous and inllucntial citizem
Ile ami bis life's companion arc enjoyin
a green old age. May their flays b
- Luniiey's S I lour Liver Regulator i
thc bost remedy to relieve the varioii
forms of headache, including ncrvou
and sick headache, and it is safo to sa
that nine cases out of ten of this dil
tressing complaint aro due to an I nanti v
or sluggish liver willi constipated bowel:
A few doses of Lunnoy's 8-1 tour Ll vi
Regulator will soon restore these organ
to their proper functions ami hoadaeli
ceases. In thc same manner it regulate
thc bowels, prevents constipation au
piles, relieves all forms of biliousnes:
such as dizziness, nausea, coated tongin
loss of appotile, Ac. Try it. Larjj
packages 20c. at Lunnoy's.
v-Tho Walhalla Comedy Com pan
made a very pleasant trip to Senor
? Tuesday evening and presented "
Noble Outcast" at SI Hiding's Hall bofoi
ll large audience. The play was nun
crod admirably, ami was received wit
frequent encores. The roles assume
by thc "stars" of Ibo company, Mi:
Gibson, ("Miss Kiama' Lee,") and M
Merrick, (".leny the Outcast,") wei
carried ont. wit h the greatest case an
grace. Owing to tho unavoidable hu
of music and other disadvantages, tl
programme could not be carried ont
full, and tho usual musical programa
was almost entirely omitted. Tho coi
pany wore delighted with tin1 rccoptii
accorded them by the audience. Tl
40tv attention was unusually good. They a
always pleased to entertain an 011(1 loin
like the one before w hich they appOM'i
Oconco's State Constable.
The rearrangements of districts fi
the Slate constabulary service and tl
reassignment of constables to those ill
tricts has been completed. The ofllol
announcement of tIds district is as fi
lows: c. I.. ( un-ton, Chief Constnbl
stat ioned ai 1'ickoiu works tho followii
counties: Oconce, i ickons, Amlorso
A bbeville and t .reen vi I le.
Attention, Members Camp Haskell !
To the members of ('amp Haskell, \
si I. H, C V.l Notice jins been publish
by (.cn. c. Irvine Walker, Commander
the South ('anilina Division ot Con fed
rate Veterans, that Hu? Southern Rsl
way, by S pa rta ll burg, Asheville ai
Knoxville, bas been selected as the Ol
cud route for members of this (livisi
desiring to attend the annual reunion,
be held al Louisville, Ky., the I i ist wc
in .I une next, and that "a special ve
ians' train" will leave SpartanInil'g 1
Louisville at ILMA, M. on May 20, A
member or members ol' ('amp Mask
desiring to attend will please furnish i
their names, ami I will linke tho tl
poilltment and furnish credentials.
Respectfully, s. I', DKNUV,
Commander Camp Haskell. No. si I,
United Confederate Veterans.
A Frightful munder
Will often cause a hon lido bm n, seal
eui or bruiso, liucklon's Arnica Sab
Hie best III Hie world, will kill the pu
and promptly beal il. Cures old son
fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons, cot
and all skin eruptions. Best pile cr
on earth. Only 2fi cents a box, Cl
guaranteed, Sold by all druggists
Manufacturera' Kjcord, May 3! "Jas.
Thompson will establish a factory for
makin); insulator pins, brackets and
cross-arms for telephone and telegraph
polos." This ontorpriso is hoing migl
neei ed by sovoral oltlzons. Mr. Thomp
son prominent among thom, and will
very probably como under tito bond of
"infant industrien" for Walhalla in tho
near future. Wo hopo to soo it in suc
cessful operation soon.
The Wagonor Monument t-'und.
Tho following subscriptions liavo been
received by tho Somi-Contonuial finance
committee ami reported to us:
Previously report 1.3630 00
(?crinan Piro Company, Charleston,.. 60 oo
w. A. Courtenay, Newry, H. o. 16 oo
li. li. .Moss, Walliiilla...*. 1000
8. I*. Dendy, Walhall?. 10 00
.1. K. Andorsou, Walhalla. io oo
lt. A. Thompson, Walhalla. 6 oo
i'\ Wt IMcpor, Walhalla..-. ? no
W. W. Moss, Wutlinllu. 6 00
O, S. Merrick, Hilt inore, N. C. 6 00
.1. M. Ward, Walhalla. ? 00
L>. A. Smith, Walhalla. soo
- . 44?^.-.
A Merited Promotion.
Mr. Wm. H. Thompson, of Walhalla,
bas been engaged for sovoral years on
the railroads of tho state in the capacity
of fireman. His friends will bo glad to
learn that ho has boon promoted to tho
position of engineer on tho division of
tho Southern Railway known as tho
South Carolina ami Georgia road, with a
corresponding increase of salary. And
what is moro valuablo than anything
else, ho enjoys the esteem and conlidonco
of tho oflicers of tho road. "Willio'' is
tho youngest son of Col. li. A. Thoinp
son, and ono of Walhalla's boys of
whom she may justly fool proud. His
risc in railroad circles has boon steady,
and still greater promotions await him
ill the future.
Real Estate Transfors.
Tho following real estate transfers havo
berni recorded oil the Auditor's book?
sim e Tuesday, May 1, UHR):
Walhalla-Mary Glover to J. N. Man
gum, 1 lot, $150; May Pell et al, to J. W.
Heil, I lot, $1,600; J* W. ?oil and K. A
Holl to May Boll and Kate Boll, 1 lot,
Tugaloo Township-Jas. P. and Chas.
L. Aller, to A. /ammerman and Wm. P
Anderson, 2,803 acres, $1(1,000; J. H
Hi nco and J. T. Duster to K. K. Alexan
der, 215 acres, $2,300; F. K. Alexander
to J. T. Simpson, 215 acres, $2,850; W
ll. Denton to Wm. D. Denton, (ld acres,
Center Township-.las. Holland to W
lt. Davis, lilli acres, USO.
Wagoner Township-II. H. J. Wr. Schro
der to John Kniest, 08 acres, $100.
Ensign A. C. Merrick.
Mr. A. C. Merrick received this week
a solid silver badge, appropriately in
scribed, which calls to mind thc military
service he saw during tho Fenian Haid
in 1800. He was then a citizen of Can
ada and owed allegiance to the British
Hag. When tho Ionian Haid broke out
bo enlisted among her Majesty's volun
teer forces from Canada and held tho
rank of Ensign. The British Govern
ment bas struck off thousands of these
badges, and sent them to all tho sur
viving soldiers as souvenirs. "Knsign
A. C. Merrick" highly prizes this token
of appreciation of SorvlocS rendered his
mother country in thc days of his youth,
even though bc has long since thrown
off allegiance to the British crown, and
become a full-Hedged citizen of /rec
An?m ica. But as he is not now lighting
the Filipinos it may bo inferred that ho
would not bo lighting the Boers, wore
be once more a citizen of Her Majesty's
Walhalla Comedy Company.
Anderson Daily Mail: The students of
Clemson College were entertained oil
Friday night, April 27, by tho Walhalla
Comedy Company. Tho beautiful
comedy-drama, "A Noble Outcast," was
rendered before a large and appreciative
audience of cadets and visitors from the
surrounding country. While tho troupe
is composed of local talent only, it was
thc opinion of every one when thc play
was over, that it was one of tho best
amateur performances that they had ever
soon, The many bright remarks and
witty songs of Mr. Merrick, tho leading
character, brought down thc house tinto
after time. Miss Gibson's acting was
especially tine also. Tho following popu
lar young people of Walhalla took part
in tho performance, and an; to bc congra
tulated upon their successful ientertain
nicnt: Messrs. Merrick, Ansel, Scaborn,
Steck, and Brenneeke, and Misses Gibson,
Crisp, Maxwell and Thompson. One-half
of tho proceeds went to the Clemson Col
lege Base Ball Association, which amount
was about $35, Altogether thc occasion
was a very enjoyable one indeed.
Easl End Locals.
K. li. Ilerndon, Ksq., returned home
last Monday evening from Columbia,
where lia had been attending in tho inte
rest of an important casa from Oconoo
county in the .supreme Court.
Misses KU le and Helle Kibbum, of
Newry, spoilt a couple of days in Fast
Kuti visiting their grandmother, who is
still quito feoblo.
Little Miss Helen Kant went to V 11(1 or
son Tuesday morning. She will be gone
for about t Wo weeks.
Kev. J, (i. Law, 1). 1)., accompanied
hy his wifo ami daughters, Misse? Mary
Law and Klizabctb Dunn, arrived in Wal
halla last Friday afternoon for thc sum
mer, and will occupy their beautiful
summer home in Midway.
Mr. Arthur B. M. Gibbes, accompanied
by bis wifo, of Savannah, (ia., came over
to attend the stockholders' meeting of
tint Walhalla Cotton Mills, which was
held on Tuesday morning. They wen!
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mer
rick, of Fast Fud.
Mrs. J. Dawson Smith nco .Miss Lena
bussell, and children, little Kinma ami
Hubert, of I'omi loton, visited her uncle
ami aunt. Maj. and Mis. S. F. Dendy, in
F.ast Fud this week.
Mr. Kniest Lucas is ben; attending a
business meeting of the stockholders of
thc Walhalla Cotton Mills, and is stop
ping willi bis brother at. Mr, A. C. Mer
Mr. L. L, Barr, of Greenville, is ou a ,|
visit to his family at Maj. S. P. Dcndy's. '
A very interesting children's service
ssas held al the Methodist church on last
Sund?n afternoon by tho pastor, Kev. G.
F. Clarkson, at tho conclusion of which
seven little, girls connected themselves
with the church, Those little girls wore
all Sabbath school pupils, and it was a
beautiful sight indeed losco these chil
li rei! cons?cralo (heir young lives to
A series of services will be held in the
Walhalla Methodist, church beginning
next Wednesday evening, May Kith.
Kev. Mr. Clarkson, the pastor, will he
lissi ted in tho meetings by tho Kev. s. lt,
Harper, of Anderson. The public aro
cordially invited to all these sei vices.
Misses Kinma Merrick and Julia Max
well attended thc drama, entitled "Tho
Noble Outcast," which was rendered on
last Tuesday evening at Seneca by tho
Walhalla Comedy Company.
Mi. and Mrs. L. Kiddle, of Laurens, S.
C., have moved to Walhalla to make,
their future homo. We welcome thom
into our midst.
Mrs. A. G. Frotwoll and lillie daughter
Carrie, ?d' Anderson, aro visiting her
Mond, Mrs. J. C. Mickler. Mrs. Fret
well bas many friends in Walhalla, who
w ill bo delighted to see ber.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Carter, of West
minster, W0I0 visiting Mr. and Mrs. F.
II. ( arter, ot West Union, titi.-; week.
Mrs. L. W. Meakin, of Lavenia, Ga.,
ind ber two children, little Dick and
Francis, are visiting her paroo ts, Captain
ind Mrs. lt, C. Sliother, in West I nion.
We regret lo learn of Ibo serious ill
ness of our good old friend, Mr. Louis
Schratfrodl, in Midway, who is now coil
lined to bis bed. To add lo his other
dlmoiits, tho old gentleman's eyesight is
very much unpaired; in tact, be is nearly
Irlind, Mr. Soliraflrodt is ono of our
Mirv host citizens, industrious, high
Nmcd and honorable, and the sympathies
if our people go out tenderly to him in
lis sore alllielion. May his health i in -
uove speedily ami ho bo spared many
/ears of USOfulllOSH am) happiness.
Mr. J. W. Winchester has presented
is with an ear of white corn which
neasiircs 12} inches in length, 8 inches
II circumference, containing IO rows ami
laving I, non grains of coi non the oar.
TRY BUG BEA
Sure death to
Currant and r
Only 15c. per Poun
- - - - J.
A BEAUTIFUL HOME WEDDING.
Hr. Delano G. McAllister and Miss Kato Boll
Married Last Thursday.
At tho homo of Mrs. E. A. Holl, in
?Val hal la, last Thursday morning, at 10
)'clock, Mr. Delano Ck McAllister, of
,'oluuibia, and Miss Kato Hell, of Wal
lalla, were happily tuan ?od. It was an
deal day, and all nature seemed to ho at
ts height of beauty and grandeur to wol
lOtno tho happy young cou pie to tho hal
owod relationship into which they 011
orod. Tho house was beautifully doco
atod with whito snow-balls and potted
)lants. A largo boll, covorod with dow
ns and suspended by whito satin ribbon,
tung in tho bay window of the parlor.
Vlis? hillie Thompson, of Walhalla, with
Ur. W. L, Gibson, of Anderson, and
Miss Blauoho Wall, of Clayton, (la., wirti
Vir. Hobt. McDougall, of Columbia, pro
.oded tho brido and groom, separated
md stood on opposite sides. Tho happy
.oupie thou entered and stood directly
waler Hie lloi'lll boll. Kev. J. 1). McAl
istor, of Chattanooga, 'renn., a brother
if tho groom, por formed tho ceremony,
insisted by Kev. G. P. Clarkson, pastor
>f the Walhalla Methodist church.
Many woro tho good wishes and con
gratulations extended to tho brido and
(room. An elegant lunch was served,
ind at to.-tr. tho happy couple, acoompa
lied by a number of tho guests, drove to
'oncea, where they boarded the train for
ni extended tour of a month to Asheville,
Chattanooga, New York, Niagara Kalls
ind Milwaukee, Wis. tin their return
Ur. and Mrs. McAllister will make Co
rnubia their home.
Those from a distance attending tho
vodding wore: Mrs. li. II. McDowell,
if Columbia, a sister of the groom; Mrs.
Sylvester Kleckloy and Mrs. Prod. H.
Maxwell, of Anderson; Miss Blanche
Vail, of ('layton, (hi., and Messrs. Hon
md John Kleckloy, of Anderson, rola
ives of tho bride; Messrs. W. L. Gibson,
if Anderson, and Hobt. McDougall, of
Thc groom is a popular railroad tuan,
told in high esteem hy tho ollicials of
ho .Southern Hallway and his associates.
The bride is the youngest daughter of
1rs. K. A. Hell, and is recognized as a
mivorsal favorite by old and young.
Uways a kind, thoughtful amt staunch
rioilil, thoro are none who, knowing her,
lavo not prized her friendship and ac
naintanco to tho highest degree, lt is
nth sincero regrot that wo lose her
rom our midst.
To the happy young couple wo extend
ur best wishes for a lifo of usefulness,
lappincss and pleasure.
nollicr Cotton Mill for Gconcc.
A commission for a charter was issued
y tho Secretary of Slate in Columbia on
ist Monday to tho Oconoo I'd cot ric
'owor Manufacturing Company, of So
eca. Tho company proposes to develop
nd ll tal i SO tho water power of Cou no
osa Creek and to operate a cotton mill
ri tit tho power, willoh is also to bo
tiered for salo. Tho capital stock of
lio company is to bo $100,000. The cot
orators are: J. S. Jennings, Victoria,
i. C.; I). Van Smith, Charleston; J. P.
'aroy, Picketts; P. M. Caroy, W. J. Iain
oy, W. H. Doyle, .1.(1. Harper, W. S.
Imiter, John Hopkins, J. NV. Harper,
lld M- NV. Coleman, of Seneca.
oath ol Mr. Robt. Isbcll.
Mr. Kotiert. Isbcll died at his home,
oar Pair Play, oil Wednesday, Jd in
fant, aged seventy-one years, after an
bless of only three days from CO ll gos
iou of Hie lungs. Ho worked in his
old all day oil .Saturday before his
oath. Ho was a successful farmer and
stccincd citizen. His life was spent on
lie farm, except four years during tho
:i vi I War from 1^01 to 1805, when ho
aw service on tho tented held. Ho was
bravo soldier, and was in tho van of
lany hard-fought battles. Ho enlisted
s a member of (.'apt. P. NV. Kilpatrick's
'onipany, 4th S. C. Volunteers, com
landed by Col. J. I). P.. Sloan. In carly
fo ho was happily married to Miss
larctt. Sho died only a few months
go, and now ho joins lier on the oilier
limo. Ho was a member of tho Heaver
am Baptist church, in which lu had
Drvod as a deacon for many years. On
Wednesday his body was burled in tho
Omotory of this church, after appropri
tc funeral services conducted tty Kev.
.. P. Marett.
nnii.il Meeting of Stockholders.
Thc annual meeting of the stockholders
f thc Walhalla Colton Mills was held
t Pitohford's Hall on Tuesday morning,
th instant, at IO A. M. A large ina
nity of tho stock was represented, and
io melding was harmonious through
ut. Col. J. W. P.erguson, of battrons,
. C., was elected Chairman, and Mr. C.
f. Pitchford, of Walhalla, Secretary.
Icssrs. Arthur U.M. Gibbon, of Savannah,
a., W. P.. I.neus and J. NV. ferguson,
f I,aureus, S. C., were present. The
dlowing Hoard of Directors were
?-elected: J. D. Vernor, C. W. Pitch
?rd, W. A. Strother and K. lt. I.neus of
Valhalla, S. M. M i li koo. of New Yoik,
uthiir li. M. Gibbo?,of Savannah, da.,
nd W. P.. I,neus, of Laurens.
Some slight nmOlldoiltS to the by-laws
The affairs of tho corporation wo.?
unid in a satisfactory condition.
At ll A. M., tho meeting of stock
olders adjourned and tho Hoard of
I rectors convened.
Mr. K. lt. Lucus was re-elected Prest
ent and Treasurer, and Mr, C. W.
A Thousand Tongues
Could liol express t he rapt ure of Annie
.springer, of I Iii?* Howard st.. Phila
olpllia, l'a., when she found that Dr.
ing's New Discovery for consumption
ad completely cured lier of a hacking
High that tor many years had made lifo
burdon. All other i .medies and (loc
us could give her no help, but she says
f lins Poyal Cure- "it soon removed
ut pain in my chest and I cow sleep
Mindly, something 1 can scarcely ro-j,,
tomber doing before. I feel like sound
ig its praise thorought tho IJnivorso,"
I) will every ono who tries Dr. King's
OW Discovery for any trouble of the
iront, chest or lungs. Prtco 50 cents j j y
nd $1.00. Trial bottle free al all drugi (l.
(ires in the county. Kvcry bottle guar- _j
Americans Hard Pushed.
A Manila dispatch of May ? says: "A
ispateli received here lo day from lindo
.ports that a dcspi -ate light took place
t Leamhano, in t lie center of Hie Island
f Panay. lt appears thal a reconnoit
ring party of the Twenty sixty infantry
as sui i oundell and that four of tho
mci ?cans were killed and that mothers,
DVerely wounded, were loft Oil the Meld.
lie remainder of Hm soldiers had a
arrow escape. The dispatch adds that
nnfurccmcnts were sent from Iludo as
ion as nows of I hit altair was received,
hereupon the Filipinos retreated to
icir mountain stronghold,"
Gen. Cronje Should Have lt.
I.KXOiu. M. c., Keb run ry 10, MOO.
Olid one-half gross (?nose Crease Lilli
tout, K?-cont size. Thoro is no doubt as
i the curativo powers of Goose Grease
liniment. We have used different lim tu
lents, lint yours excels all. I D
Yours Indy, III.NKIJ. Hims. ? '.V
These pooplo are among the largest,'1
eiders in mules and horses in thc Slate.
Admiral Dewey and his wife had a w
?iloildid r?ception in Chicago last week, m
nd for several days they were feted and i gi
oni/.ed, Ind. Hie gallant old tar is as far M
om tho White House as over. ci
H. DARBY, Druggist.
THE NEWS FROM SENECA.
The Walhalla Comedy Company Ploasod tho
Sonoca Pooplo-A Collen Flro.
SSNROA, May 0.-Tho audionco ot
Uribling's Hall Tuoaday ovoning was
deasnntly ontortainod by tho Walhalla
Comedy Company's rendition of tho
Irania, "A Noblo Outcast."
Thia play proHontH a varied flold for
,ho expression of talout; talent was not
aching among tho performers. Miss
.ibsen, tho heroine, enters into tho play
vith woll nigh professional enthusiasm.
Tho drollory of Mr. Morriok, "tho noble
micas!," his inimitable aoting was a
lOUroo of constant laughter? Mr. Stock,
18 Ooh Leo, Mr. Ansol, as Janies Ulaok
)0ro, Mr. Seaborn, as Jack Worthington,
?liss Crisp, as Mr?. Loo and Miss Max
voll, as Sadie, all did credit both to
homaclvoa and to tho company.
Several songs wore effectively intro
lueod. In roRponso to an imperative
ncore, Mr, Ansel Bang a stanza of "If
beams Como True."
That tho performance waB appreciated
vas attcBtcd by tho hearty applause
iccorded tho porformors. lt ie boped
hat Seneca may again bo BO fortunate
IB to have a visit from tho Comedy Com
lany. Many visitors from Walhalla
Soveral of Seneca's interested Domo
rats attended tho County Convontion nt
lu the gamo of base ball played bc
weon tho teams of Townvillo and Soli
di, at Townvillo on Friday last, tho
lonooa toain was victorious, winning tho
coro by a largo majori ty.
Hov. E. P. Davis, I). 1)., ono of tho dis
ingllishod clergymen of tho Southern
"rusby terian church, was in Seneca thc
irst of tho week. Dr. Davis succeeded
)r. Hurkhoad in tho pastorate of a
lontgoiucry church, and now resides in
hat City. Ho was on his way to Colum
ia to attend a mooting of tho directors
f tho Theological Seminary.
Friday witnessed quito a littlo Uro, in
?hieb twenty or thirty halos of cotton
.oro destroyed. Tho cotton was on tho
ilatforni, ready for shipment, and had
cen givon into tho charge of tho rail
ead. Th?! dre is sup posed to have been
coasionod l y Hying sparks from pass
ug ti ains.
Tho young ladies of tho Students'
Hub expect to servo strawberries and
io cream next Friday evening. This
Hub, of which Miss Sara Livingston is
resident, is i uto ros tod in pro? .iring
louey with which to purchase hooks
jr the library.
Mrs. Louis Meakin was in town Tuea
Mr. Horace McGee, of Atlanta, is a
nest, at tho homo of Iiis sister, Mrs. J,
Mrs. M. W. Coleman spent Tuesday
Mrs. W. ?I. Lunney visited Wost min
ter tho li ist of tho week.
F.ustaeo Hopkins, who is attending
bunsen College, spent Sunday hero.
Mrs. J, F. Hinkle has returned from
Prof. \V. E. Thompson, of Kentucky,
as joined his family her >.
Preaching services were inducted at
m Presbyterian church on Thursday
ml Friday evenings of last week by Kev.
. L. Wilson, of westminster. Continu
ion services were hold Sunday morning,
hero have been tinco accessions to thc
lunch during tho past (pun ter.
Mr. Thomas Harper, father of Messrs,
ames and John Harper and Mrs. John
lopkins, has been ill during tho past
Miss Olive Lowry has returned from
io North and will remain in Anderson
tiring her mother's absence in Balli
Miss Poarlo Whitmiro has boon visiting
Thc terpsichorean devotees nnjoyed
dance at tho Kcoweo Hotel ono oven
ig last wook.
On Monday the teachers and pupils of
10 High Softool were photographed at
lie school house. As thc ti 1110 for the
mumer vacation approaches, tho school
11 i Id l'en are quito happy,
To the many who wore so fortunate as
i hear an address from Prof. I). W.
?aliud, of Clemson College, Oil tho
tothodist Children's Day occasion last
oar, it will ho welcome news that ho is
xpoctod again this year.
M A itv K. SWANN.
An Epidemic of Whooping Cough.
Last winter during an epidemic of
hooping cough my oilildroil contracted
10 disease, having severe coughing
tolls. Wc had used Chamberlain's
ough Itomody very successfully for
ru lip and naturally turned to it at that
mc and found it relieved thc. cough and
IToctod a complote cure.-John K. Olif
?rd, Proprietor Norwood House, Nor
cod, N. V. This remedy is for salo by
. W. Boll, Walhalla; W. J. Lunney,
litiooa; H. B. Zimmerman, Westminster.
Death of Judge Willard.
WASH INO ION, May .">. -Amie! J. Wll
ard, Chief Justice of thoSupromo Court
F South Carolina during tho reconstruc
on (lays, died suddenly of apoplexy at
is home in this city to-day in his Tilth
liar. He was horn in Albany, N. Y.
Dr. W. H. Timniernian will bo a can
Idato for re-election as State Treasurer,
ul he will he opposed hy ?Mr. H. H.
minings, of Fairfield, who lett au arm
pon one of thc Laltlo-Hollis in Virginia,
r. Timmorman has made an excellent
Vieilli, and tho State's financial interest
mild ho safe in thc hands of either
Thal Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you used
r. King's Now Life Pills. Thousands
sunders have proved their mali,bless
crit for sick ami nervous headaches,
hey make pure, blood and strong nerves
ul build up your health. lOasy to take,
ry them. Only 28 cents. Money back
not (Mired. Sold hy all druggists in
Tho easiest and most offuClivo mot hod
F purifying tho blood ami invigorating
io system is to take Do Witt'S Little
arly Piscis, tho famous little pills for
causing thc I ivor and bowels. J. W. Boll.
Tho liner women are. running tho
rms while thc men and boys aro doing
ic lighting. Surely such a people, rio
The Georgia poach trees, says the At
ula Journal, never Indore, had so much
nmg fruit or such promising fruit as
icy bear now. A glorious peach crop
Georgia this year seems certain.
Tho sundry civil bill passed by thc
aliona! House of L'epresen'.alives last
eek includes the following appropria
mis for South Carolina: Charleston har
ir, $ Ho ,000; Ooiigaroo river, $100,000;
'?nyah Bay, .vJsr>,(MK).
The Secretary of tho Treasury has
ml, in reply to a resolution, a state
cut showing thc amount duo the State
South Carolina from tho government
rowing out. of the (daims of tho Indian
ul Florida wars to bo $178,0:18.
Marshall Jones, a negro, implicated in
ie murder of Allen Crosby, of ColToo
ninty, (in., was taken from jail at
nugiass, Ga., last Friday night, and
nchod, He was tied to a small pine
cc and his body riddled with hallets.
The Northern Methodisis seem to be
.tertnincd to stick to ?lohn Wesley
hntOVOr oise they may do. They could
it do hotter. Wesley was ono of the
realest of reformers, and as long as the
[othodist oh tl roll follows his lead il. will
UlliI1U0 to grow and proaper.
NEWS IN AND AROUND WESTMINSTER.
Tho High School Will Close With Approprlato
Exorcises on May 17 and 18.
WKSTMINHTKK, May 0.-Mrs. L. A.
Matheson arrivod from Hurtsville a fow
dayB ago to spend somotimo in Wost
Miss Hegiua Duff has returned from
Mr. Eugone Mitcholl, of Andorsou,
the oldest son of Mr. C. E. O. Mitchell,
was visiting his paronts tho first of tho
Tho residence of Mr. Q. E. Spalding
is being painted. Mr. Frank Williams is
Mr. and Mrs. T. I). Long, of Tugaloo.
spent Monday night with tho family of
Mrs. W. J. Lunney, of Seneca, is spend
ing a few days with her parents, Col. aud
Mrs. it. E. Masou.
Mrs. W. 1). Koller returned from Groon
villo ono day this wook where slio bas
boon visiting hor paronts, Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Garrott. Mr. Keller arrivod last
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Shockley, of WoBt
Union, woro in town ono day last wook.
Tho potato bug has conimoncod to do
vour tho Irish potato plants.
Mr. O. H. Burchfield, a postal, dork
ou tho Southern Railway, returned to
Atlanta Monday, after sponding a fow
days In Westminster.
Mrs. Ur. Hurt Mitcholl wont to Ander
son inst Saturday to visit hor sisters.
Mesdames Sullivan and Friorson, and
Tho many Westminster friendr, of Mr.
Hobt, lsboll, who lived at Fair Play, aro
shocked to hear of his death.
Tho stores boro eloso at 7 p. m. Per
sons desiring ico drinks can bo accom
modated at tho stores of Mrs. Icic Mo
Gco and Echols and Cannon after that
hour as well as all through tho day.
Tho friends of Mr. H. ll. Aldrich will
regret to learn that ho is quito sick at
his homo on Main Street.
Another tenement cottago is hoing
erected at tho Southern Shuttle and
Mr. W. Oscar Alexander has moved
to town and is occupying Mr. W. S.
(Voss* residence. Mr. Cross has moved
his family to Walhalla.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Torroll, of An
derson, aro visiting Mr. M. A. Torroll
Mrs. O. II. burchfield and babo, of
Atlanta, havo como to spend tho sum
mer with her mother, Mrs. W. H. Hes
ter, of tho Westminster Hotel.
Mr. W. G. Smithson is building a store
house on his lot in tho East ond. Ho
will keep fresh meats and groceries.
Mr. IraS. Pitts is at homo after hav
ing served tho railway mail servico as
mail weigher between Atlanta and Dan
ville for oight weeks. Mr. Pitts was
highly pleased with his work.
Some of tho dower yards in Westmin
ster aro lovely now.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Cartor, of Worn.
Union, visited relatives in this placo
Tho Westminster High School will
close with exorcises on tho evenings of
May 17 and 18. There will not ho any
exercises iii thc day-time at the close of
Mr. W. 0. Harkoy, who resided in
Westminster twelve years ago, and who
is well known in tho county, arrived
week before last from tho Indian Ter
ritory. Ho and his family aro making
headquarters at Mr. Sloan Dickson's.
Wc hear that quite a number from
Westminster anticipate going to Atlanta
Thursday on the Smith excursion again.
Mr. Smith generally gets a good crowd
at this point. A. L. GosSBTT.
Robbed thc Grayc.
A startling incident, of which Mr.
.Ioho Oliver, of Philadelphia, was tho
subject, is narrated hy him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was al most yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain contiually III back
and sides, no appetite-gradually grow
ing weaker day by ?lay. Three physi
cians had given mo np. Fortunately, a
friend advised trying 'Klectrio Hitters,'
and to my great joy and surprise, tho
first bottle made a decided improvement.
I continued their uso for three weeks
and am now a well mau. I know they
saved my lifo and robbed tho grave of
another victim. Xo ono should fail to
try them. Only ?o cents per bottle at
all drug stores in tho county.
Preacher Wants Help.
Editors Courier: Please announce that
owing to a recent attack of grip that 1
have not huon able to meet my appoint
ments. Fearing I can't got to Pleasant
Hill on the 'Jd Saturday at ll, at ('ross
Hoads al ,'S in tho afternoon, Cross Hoads
at ll Sunday, and at Pleasant Hill at 8
in the afternoon, 1 hope sumo brother
preacher will be present with my con
gregations and not havo them disap
pointed. I will feel grateful to any who
are not engaged on that day.
W. T. MCALISTKII.
Mountain Rest, May h.
Thc Reflections of a Married Woman
-are not pleasant if she is delicate, run
down, or overworked. She feels "played
out." Her smile and her good spirits
have taken Hight, lt worries her hus
band as well as herself. This is tho
time to build up her strength and cure
those weaknesses or ailments which are
the seat of her trouble.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
regulates and promotes ail tho proper
functions of womanhood, improves di
gestion, enriches thc blood, dispels aches
and pains, melancholy and nervousness,
brings refreshing sleep, ami restores
health and strength. It's a safe reme
dial agent, a tonic and nervine or nerve
food, designed by a regularly graduated,
experienced and skilled specialist, to
cure those disorders and derangements
incident to womanhood. Its sales ex
ceed, hy far those of all other medicines
An unknown negro, about'20 years old,
barefooted and of ginger color, was
Ivnched three miles from Geneva, Ala.,
last Saturday. Ile assaulted a twelve
yoar-ohl whito girl near Hartford, Ala.,
on Tuesday and was oap tu rod two days
later and taken before tho mayor of
Hartford for preliminary trial. He con
fessed and was remanded to Hartford
for trial. Two ollicors claim that when
.ihonI. three miles from Gonova they
were overpowered by armed mon, who
took charge of the prisoner ami carried
him into the woods. He was fourni
(load, hanging to a limb not far from tho
public road leading from Geneva to
Kidney trouble preys upon thc mind, dis
courages and lessens ambitb n; beauty, vigor
|W, . and cheerfulness soon
tf'f.? i r*i disappear when the kld
1 nTtft^jfcfi. neys are out of order
t Ul Jlff&t'^*'or diseased.
v Ht ;vSrp^^Il- Kidney trouble has
. MSr*SCJtZ become so prevalent
' /nVbit^Jl i) ,nat lt ls not unc<>mmon
/^flVittS Sltl - F 'or a cn'!d *? be horn
/V liv\Kftw?fiS* ?WHcted with weak kid
^Ulmm^lEir ncys' Mw*childurln
'Zy.Z^-^t^*^?r' ates too often, If thc
urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child
reaches an ago when lt should be able to
control thc passage, lt ls yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon lt. the cause of
thc difficulty ls kidney trouble, and thc first
step should be towards thc treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble ls due to a diseased condition ot 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 both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root ls soon realized, lt ls sold
hy druggists, in fifty- _^|ffWC^T-ro-_
cent and one dollar |AiI]]n?Krr!>$^* :^*?;?!:K?THV?
sizes. You may have aBgBffPWffifflfflim
sample bottle by mall ^aSiJti^X?i^g^^
free, also pamphlet tell- nome of swamp Hoot,
ing all about lt, Including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
eV. Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure ?nd
mention this paper,
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Hon. Joseph W. Uarnwoll, of Charles
ton, withdrawn from tho Congressional
rnco against Col. Elliot. Mr. Harnwell
believes, aftor recent developments in
Charleston, that ho cannot ho olocted
an:! declines tu make fm thor o?'u?t.
la^'CnnilldutCB* nnnouncciuent8 will ho bub
Uglied until tho prhmiry elect ion for Tlireo Dol
lars, I'A vMU,K IN AUVANOK. Don't ask UH to
credit youl Curds not to exccoil ?Ix linen.
Tho frionds of J. EDWIN KBLLUY
hereby announce him a candidato for
Sheriff, subject to tho action of tho
Domocratio party in tho primary election.
The frionds of It, T. BounttY announce
him a candidato for Sheri IT of Ocouoo
county, subject to tho action of tho
Democratic primary elect ion.
Tho many frionds of W. M. KAY
hereby announce him a candidato foi
Shoi iii' of Oconeo county, subject to tho
action of tho Domocratio party in tho
Tho frionds of W. D. Simm.INO re
spectfully announce him a candidate for
Sherill' of Oconeo county, subject to tho
action of tho Domocratio party in tho
I respectfully announce mysolf a candi
dato for Sheriff of Oconeo county, sub
ject to tho action of the Democratic
party in tho primary election.
B. R. Moss.
Tho many frionds of I). F. DoUTUlT an
nounce him as a candidate for Sheriff,
subject to tho action of tho Democrat'' :
party in tho primary election.
KOK THE LKOISLATUK;:.
E. C. DOYI.K is lioroby announced as
a candidato for tho Houso of Kop .senta
livos, subject, to tho action of the Demo
Tho friends of W. M. HKOWN hereby
announce him a candidato for tho Legis
1 aturo from Oconeo county, subject to
tho action of tho Democratic party In
thc primary election.
Hoing solicitod by friends 1 hereby
announce myself a candidate for the
I legislature, subject to the action of tho
Democratic party in tho primary election.
J. M. 11 UN NI?: OTT.
FOR THE SENATE.
Wo aro authorized to announce M.Yioit
S. P. DKNOY as a candidato to represent
Oconeo county in tho State Senate, sub
ject to ratification by tho voters in tho
next Domocratio primary election for
I respectfully announce myself a can
didate for County Treasurer of Oconeo
county, and hereby submit myself to tho
action of tho people in tho ensuing pri
mary of moo. WM. E. BAHTON.
Tho many friends of J, K. KAY respect
fully announce bim as a candidato for
ro-oleotion to tho ellice of Comity Treas
urer, subject to tho action of tho Demo
cratic party in tho primary election.
Hoing solicited by my friends 1 hereby
announce myself a candidate for County
Auditor, subject to the rules governing
the Democratic primary.
A. P. QUANT
The friends of H. A. DALY respectfully
announce him a candidato for Auditor
of Oconeo county, subject to tho action
of tho Democratic primary election.
Tho many friends of J, P, KKKKK re
spectfully announce him as a candidate
for olootiou to the otlico of County
Auditor, subject to the action of thc
Democratic party in the primary election.
P. II. IsiiKLi. hereby announces him
self a candidato for Auditor of Oconeo
county, subject to the action of thc
Democratic party in tho approaching
FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
The uiany frionds of NATHANiKI, PHIL
LIPS respectfully announce him a candi
date for County Supervisor of Coonee,
subject to tho action of tho Democratic
party in the primary election.
Reing solicited by friends 1 hereby
announce myself a candidato for County
Supervisor, subject to the action of th >
Domocratio party in the primary elec
tion. FltKD. W. PlKl'Klt.
The .nany friends of S. M. Pool, hereby
annou'.oo fiim a candidato for County
Supervisor of Ocouoo county, subject to
the rules governing tho Democratic pri
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
The friends of W. N. Cox respectfully
announce him a candidate for County
Commissioner, subject to the action of
tho Democratic party in tho primary
Tho many friends of W. S. PltlOiiAKD
hereby announce him a candidato for
County Commissioner, subject to the
action of tho Domocratio party in the
Tho many friends of DANI KI. J, MOK
OAN horoby am.ot ace him a candidate
for County Coi ind .shiner, subject to tho
action of the Democratic party in thc
FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
Thc many friends ol W. II. BAItltON
respectfully announce him as a candidate
for re-election to tho otlico of (/'minty
Superintendent of Education, subject, to
thc action of thc Democratic party in the
Reing solicited by my friends, I
hereby announce mysolf a candidate for
Superintendent of Education for Oconeo
county, subject to tho action of thc.
Democratic party in tho primary elec
tion. C. L, CitAiO,
Tho friends of W. M. FKNNKI.I. hereby
announce him a candidate for Superin
tendent of Education for Ocouoo county,
subject to tho action of the Democratic
party in thc primary election.
FOR CORON KR.
Tho many friends of FHA.MC KIN TAY
[.OK announce him as a candidate for
Coroner, subject to the action of tho
Democratic voters in the primary elec
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
Reing solioitod by frionds, I lioroby
announce myself a candidato for Clerk
of Court for Oconeo county, subject to
thc rules governing tho Democratic pri
mary elect ion. W. T. C nu mis.
Tho friends of Coi,. R. K. MASON re
spectfully announce him as a candidate
for(dork of Court for Oconeo county,
subject to t he Democratic primary.
The many friends of S. P. Srmm.i.\o
announce him as a candidate for Clerk
of Court, subject to the voice of thc peo
ple in the approaching primary election.
Thc Up-Town Store, Wall Paper and
Stationery, Pretty Glassware and Lamps.
Musical Instruments--Strings, Rows ami
Parts. Headquarters for all kinds ol
Seed. China, Enamel, Tin and Cooking
Dr. G. G. Probst,
I> IC IN T I ? TL1 ,
Walhalla, S. C.
Oflico two Doors East of Bank,
HOI KS : 8.30 A, M. TO 1 I', M. ANO \l TO <.
March 24, 1808.
Dr. W. F. Austin,
OFFICE DAYS : MONDAYS, l'RI DAYS
September 7, 1800,
In Dry Goods wo nave A nico lino of
Prints, all colors, at 4, 6 and (5 cents per
Call and soo our Chocks nt 5, 7 and SJ,
cents per yard.
Good Drilling at 7 cents.
Yard wido Shooting at (1 couts.
10/4 Unbleached Shooting at l2j cents
11/4 Unbleached Sheeting at K'??j cents
Good Cottonados, 10 couts por yard.
Soo our Sort m at 5 and Kt cents per
Ked Damask, poi' yard, 20 cents.
Sateens, Lawns and Muslins at all
Seo our Flour at j;:! por barrel. It is a
record breaker. Try a sack at IO cents
and bo convinced. Wo have all others.
Dove and California Hains, Bologna
Sausage, Canned Tomatoes, Pie and
Desert Peaches, Poach and Apple Butter,
Preserves mid Jollies.
Wro havo the best lino of Smoking and
Chowing Tobacco in town. Wo have all
tho standard brands.
Good linc of Cigars, Cigarettes, Che
See our Cotton Towels at 10, 15 an?'
25 cents nor pair. They just simply boat,
Wo have a nico lino of Hosiery, Mitts,
Hair Pins, Tics and Cravats, all colors
and styles, Handkerchiefs, Dace Window
Curtains, Feather Stich Braid, Combs,
Brushes, Pencils, Cologne, ?te., Aso.
SH OES !
If you want Shoes, wo have them.
All sizes, styles and juices.
See our Women's Dongola Lace and
Button Shoes at tit) cents.
Wo have the best Child's Shoo at 25
cents over shown in Walhalla.
Seo our Oxfords and Sandals heforo
you buy your Summer Shoes.
Plows, all shapes; Plow Stocks, singlo
and double foot; extra Plow Handles,
Back Bands, Plow Lines, Heel Bolts,
Clevises, Lap ami Bepair Links, Bridle
Bits, Snaps, Skillets, O VOUS, Wash Pols,
extra Lids, Buggy Whips, Collars and
Collai' Pads, Hames, Traces, Singlo
Trees, Cut Nails, all si/.es, and many
other things too numerous to mention.
Ask for what you want.
W H A T W E B U Y.
.We have been talking about what wo have to soil, and now we want to talk
about what wo want to buy. Most everybody bas a lot of old iron about their
plantation that they cannot use. Throw those old Axes, Horseshoes, Pots, Stoves,
old pieces of Brass, Copper, Bones, Ac, in your wagon, and bring us this stuff as
fast ns you can.
We buy all kinds of Produce all the year round, paying the highest markot
price, cash or trade.
Wc moan business and will treat you right. Bcmcinbcr wc, guarantee tho
juice on ovory article that we sell to bc as low as thc lowest, and that wo will
cheerfully refund money paid for goods when not tatisfaotory.
I. Ca CRAIG,
WALHALLA.. SO. CA.,
A Simple Story Told,
Tho basis of nil wealth is gold.
To Bavo that gold the quickest way,
Trade where you have tho least to pay.
havo long realized that tho cheapest
place for tin) purchase of roi i ab! 0 mer
chandise is our storo. Nothing ou tro or
out of dato palmed off as bargains, hut
now, fresh, seasonable goods, Big round
dollars saved yearly by delighted pa
REMEMBER OUR STOCK OK
Spring Dry Goods, [linings ami Dress
Trimmings is tho talk of the town ami
space forbids us to say a word in favor
of Notions, Shoos and l'ats.
.Just received a pretty line of Sash
Ruckles, Shirt Waist Sots, Roan ty Pins
and Sterling Silver Bracelets.
Thc Cutest little Knamclcd Brooches
at 15 cents each.
V. L. NORMAN.
This world belongs
to the onorgotic.
Order ( lolhing Through
C. W. PITCHFORD COMPANY.
? rr ALLION.
I havo a good Half Morgan and Half
Copper liol lom Stallion I am standing at
my Stables this spring. Those interested
in stock raising will dowell lo rall and
seo him. T. K. ALEXANDER,
5-81-00 Walhalla, S. C.
Tut: Cot 'in KU and the Atlanta Consti
tution ami tho Homo ami Karin one year
for the BUtt) of $2,
Wo lia ve KOCH rod I ho agency for
DU KW, NI .1.1! Y iV CO.'S KIXK SI I OKS
for ladies, ano, with our old lino ol
XKH ; I d'. I J's, wc en i jilease anybody.
See our SI'HI Nfl HEEL Oxfords
for solid, easy, comfortable wear at$1.25.
oin- LADIES' VESTING TOD
OXKOKDS, in diff?rent shades and now
toes, at $1,50 and $2.
LACK and DUTTON SHOKS in
all stylos and colors, $1.50, $2 and $2.50.
Ask lo see a pair of dainty SblP
PEKS or SANDALS for thc hahy. Any
style or color.
Wo koop une of the most up-Io
date lines nf SHOES in tho np-conn try,
and we stand hy their values. Note tho
DH KW, SELBY A CO.,
ll. C. GOODMAN CO.,
11 will pay you lo invest iga I e. (linn.
We have secured thc agency for
HAMMAH PAINTS, thc host in tho
world, at $1.25' per gallon, Guaranteed
lo stand, in all respects, for live yea;\s,
Seneca, S. C.