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?st. Who know? all about tl
hot weather nays that tu
Soda Water, Etc.,
aro tho fi newt in town.
Diuoh syrup tuny have
fresh fruit. Th >y aro i<
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1>. S.- I have a large, fresh and full si
%fst? aub DcrsonuL
- Koad V. L. Norman's ad. Something
to interest tho ladies.
--,). ll. Darby, druggist, asks your
attention. See what he has to say.
- Miss .Sara Hall, of Laurens, is visit
ing her friend, Miss Lillian Vernor.
-Head M. W. Coloman ?V Col's now
ad. They aro offering special bargains
in mattings, (?ive them a call.
- Mrs. W. I\ Hutchinson and children,
o? Columbia, are visiting tho family of
Mrs. J. S. Hutchinson, In Walhalla.
- Kui pure, fresh drugs go to Dr, J. W.
Iloll's. Proscriptions promptly and ac
curately compounded. No substitutions.
- Mr. David Strother, of Welford Col
lege, is .ionic for the summer vacation.
His many friends gladly welcome him
-Married, on tho second Sunday in
May, Mr. Charlie Addis to Miss Faunie
Niininons, of Newry. Hov. W. Abholt
P -Mrs. II. I*. Terhuno and family left
for Hackotisaok, N. J,, last Thursday
where they will spend a month visiting
-LOST-On north sido Main street,
Sunday morning, .Inno 17, No. il} lighl
tan kid glove for right hand. Howard il
^ left at this oOlco.
-Fulton ?S Veaglcy, Denton, Texas
will pay for names and addresses of Hu
heirs ol Joel V, Welford, who was il
Texas in early days.
- Mrs. J. M. Webb and her two sons
.lames lt, and Willie C., of Washington
1). C., are spending tho summer w ith hoi
father. Capt. Janies T. Reid.
- F.dgoliold is the Drat county lo pu
tho selection of county dispensers in tin
primary election. In this respect sin
goes a step further than Ocouco.
-Mrs. Doll G. MoAlistor is visiting ho
mother, Mrs. E. A. Roll, in Walhalla
She will spend about a \ eek I d'or
rotttruing to her homo in Colin thia.
-We would esteem it a fnvei ii th
proprietors of grain separators in th
county would send us in a report of th
number of bushels of grain they th rcs!
- Kev. W. Abbott w ill preach at Mount
Land school house on the Inst Sunday i
July at ."> o'clock P, M. A Sunday schon
will bo organized, and ovovyono is rc
ipicsted to bo present and aid in forward
ing tho good work.
-The Bishops of the M. E. ( burel
.South, have appointed the week of Jul
li to S, as a season of fasting and prayo
and have designated Sunday, July 8, as
lime for taking a collection ill every cor
grcglltioil in behalf id' the twentieth cell
tu ry fund.
- Kev. W. T. Matthews, formerly c
Westminster, but for the last two <
three years ( 'hamel lor of the I'ros hy tl
lian College at Clinton, S. C., has in
Coptod a call to the pastorate at Dickon
N. C., and will enter upon his dilti?
thcia; at au early ?lay.
- Mr. W. L, Veiner loft ThlllSlhl
morning for Philadelphia. His intel
tum was to only take a peep al th
Quakors and tho dolegatos ot tho g. o. ]
Ho will visit Now Vork, Niagara Fall
and probably spend a lay or two i
('a?ada boforo returning.
-Mr. Henry E. Thompson, of lllacl
ville, visitied his mother, Mrs. J. V
F. Thompson, and family for seven
days last week, Mr. Thompson is ju
coco vcr ing from injuries receive?! in
railroad wreck about six weeks ago. 1
returned to Itlankvillc Saturday.
- Mr. W. li. Doyle, ot tho bounty I.ai
community, this county, returned io b
homo last Wednesday from tilinto
where he graduated from tho Prcsbyl
lian College. Mr. Doyle will spend ll
summer teaching at Lmig Creek and wi
miler tho Presbyterian Seminary
( lolumbin next fall.
- We rogrot to chronicle tho soii?n
illness of Mrs. IL T. Sloan, of Frankli
N. c., w ho is at tho residence of her so
Mr. J. S. Sloan, ill Walhalla. Ml
Moan caine to seo her son I,cou a fe
wacks ago, Who was sick, and after 1
got ladder she was taken sick. Mi
Carrie Sloan, hoi' daughter, and Dr.
b Siler, are at lier bedside. Wc ho
to hear of her couvalcscotlCO ere loll
She has symptoms of typhoid fever.
^ -Kev. Arthur Crane, who attempt
"> to rout (lie devil out of Charleston by
recent display ol li reworks, lias bogi
the publication of ,- newspaper in lb
city, lt is calha! the Christian Ci tiste
Mr. ( raine is well remembered by ma
ol' our Walhalla people and others in t
county, for he carried on protracted i
ligiotts services here ami at Townvi
a year or two ago for several days
oach placo and had large crowds out
- lt will be very gratifying news, sn
the Florence Times, lo Ibo whole peo|
I t% of tho Stale, who aro Interested in et
^ cation, and lo those ol thc Method
church in particular, to know Hull I
Janies IL Carlisle will mil retire fri
tho Presidency of Woft'ord College. I
Cailisle is a great, lighl in the od lieu t i Ol
world, and wo want him as high up
weean got him, thal all who aro in i
house may feel the hotiolicont offed
lus illuminai im; rays,
Prof, Janies I,. Mann, supei intel
eut of tho Florence daded .Nebo,
passed through Walhalla on lasl Sal
day on route to Jocasscc Valley, win
he ox poets to spend the summer m
'updating his wasted energies in
schoolroom. Prof, Manu is known
many of our older citizens, as hi? filth
Kev. Coke I ). Mann, lived al Walli.
some twelve or hf teen yours ago, ;
was p ist-.i of tho Methodist (diinch
this place al Ihe time, Prof. Mann \
a promising young lad theil,
Lunacy's S I lour laver Kegul ito
tllO bcsl remedy lo i oliovo the val a
forms ol headache, including norv
and sick headache, and it is sale lo
that nine cases cul ol ten of this i
tressing complain! aro due lo un ?nacl
or sluggish liver with constipated bow
A few doses of lainney's H Hour Li
Regulator will soon rest ore these org
to their proper functions and bc.ida
t. ceases. In i he same manuel it rogo li
tho bowels, preven?s constipation
piles, relieves all forms of biliousii
Slicll as dizziness, nausea, coaled Ion
loss of appetite, Ac. Try it. Li
packages ?00, at lainney's.
ose things that ranko lifo easy during
Instead of hoing disguised with too
that pleasant acid taste and flavor of
o-eold, delicious and very refreshing.
. H. DARBY, Druggist.
)ck of Drugs and Druggists' Sundries.
- Head (!. A. Norman's now ad,
-Only ono new candidate this wook
Mr. .1. !.. Hoggs, for Coroner.
-(ion gallons best apple vinegar at loo
per gallon. J. II. ADAMS,Soupon, S. C.
-Mrs. Sohaid is slowly recovering
from a rathol* severe attack of la grippe.
-Mrs. II. A. II. Ulbsonls visiting hor
daughter, Mrs. J. M. Hutchison, of
-Miss Kvn Tate, of Talo, Ga., is visit
ing her friend, Miss Nettie Jones, of
-Mr. Clifton (liant, of Gvcotivillo,
spent several days last week visiting
relatives at Tamnssoo.
-1,000 yards extra heavy sheeting,
slightly damaged, at :i}c per yard.
J. II. ADAMS, Seneca, S. C.
- Hov. H. [j, Hogers ?ill preach at
Ebenezer Presbyterian chu veli on next
Sunday afternoon, 21th June, al half-past
- It is with regret that we announce
tho illness of Hon. E. I', liarlo at his
homo at Tertia. Ile was reported quito
ill last Monday.
-Thc friends of Mrs. Hoheit Crisp
rog rot to learn of her serious illness.
She is thought to he improving this
- Nice lot of peas ami cane seed at
Dean A- Marie's, Also, plows at :!T telle
Cotton hoes, tho best only ?30 and :55
cents, hots of fruit jars.
-Some ono has said that tho worst
disease of all is the foot and mouth dis- ?
ease-people who aro forever on the go
ami don't care what they say.
-Mrs. Lewis Howland died at her ;
home, near Stump House mountain, on
Monday. 18th instant, after a lingering
illness, aged about twenty live years. 1
- Mrs. K. J. Harris and two children,
of Meridian, Miss., are visiting Miss ;
Carrie Keith and other relativos ill Wal
halla. Mrs. Harris has many friends
w ho are glad to sec her at her old homo ?
-The Thursday afternoon Hilde meet
ing al the Evangelical Lutheran church !
is to begin at ."> o'clock from now oil III- ;
stead of half past four. Next Sunday's
services arc to be in English, ami tho <
text is: "I.et us love * * * ill deed and
- Mr. A. A. Cobb, of Prizer, S. C., ac- ;
companied by his son, Mr. J. Y. Cobb, is
visiting his relatives ami friends in ami i
near Walhalla this week. Ile expects to
take in Kahlin, Ca., before he returns. ?
Mr. Cobb is hung well in his adopted
home. Ile is a native (d' Ocoticc county.
- Mr. Ansel Mulkcy died suddenly nt
his borne, near Walhalla, Tuesday, June
ll), aged about lilly six years. Ile served <
through tho war as a member of I2lh 1
Hegii cai S. C. Volunteers, and was a 1
brave s dior. His body will be buried
at Ebenezer church tins (Wednesday)
- Mrs. J. A. (ialbroatli died at her
home, near Wolf Stake, Tuesday, Ililli J
instant, after a lingering illness, from
consumption. She was about forty-five (
y. ins id' age, and leaves her husband and '
several children to mourn her death.
Tho bereaved have the sympathy of
- A rare treal is in store for those wdio '
can make il, convenient to attend the
enlcrtainmcnl given to the teachers at
tending the summer school in Walhalla
next Friday evening. Addresses are ex
pected to be made on the occasion by
I'rot. S. II. Edmunds ami the Mon.
Jatees Seaborn oil interesting educa
tional topics. All are cordially invited
to at temi.
Thc Wagoner Monument Fund.
The following subscriptions have been
received by Ibo Semi Centennial (bianco
committee and reported to us:
Prc i"ii-u reported.sT'..?
J, Hermie (IMcmlorll, ('liarles!on. ft (Ml
Mm i ni i ?Stenden If. ( 'liaiicstmi. :.
(ie<Mj^i Sciiliorn, Alluma, (la. ft 00
Death ol Mis. Jane Wliitwoitli.
Mrs. Jane Whitworth died at Ina- home
nelli Lavenia, Ha., ot) Juno billi, after a
very brief illness from paralysis, aged
about lilly years. She was the widow ol
the bile Wm. Whitworth ami a (laughtor
of Mr. Stephen A. Mareil, ol' l'air Play,
she was a consistent member of tho
Kapi isl church, lier body was hu ri ed al
South I nion on June lilli, aller appro
priate funeral services.
Heath of Mrs. Mattie Kamaye.
Mrs. Mattie H?mago, the beloved wife
of Mr. Dorsey H?mago, died at their
home, near Fair Play, on Saturday, bah
instant, aller a brief illness, aged about
thirty yeats. She leave? lea- husband
and six children to mouin ber death, to
whom is extended the sympathy of many
friends, she was a faithful member of
tbe Methodist church, lier body was
buried al lioavordam baptist chit rob on
Sunday, after funeral services conducted
by Kev. J. W. Hailey.
Good Yield ol Wheal.
Maj. Wm. J. St li bl I Hg lias had his
wlic.it threshed and from lim bushels
sown on ton acres of hind he has har
vested 2\2 bushels ol' wheal, which is i
yield of a fraction over 21 bushels per
acre. Mr. J. M. Kelley, who is a tenant
on Mr. St Hiding's farm, also made <'>.'.
bushels from I bushels sawn oil I acres.
Maj. SI nilling says thal bo and his ten
ants will make over '100 bushels of w heal
. rn bis farm this year. Ile will have
Hour or whoa! lo sell lo those who have
it not. The wealhor has Keen very un
favorable for thc past len days or two
weeks for harvesting tho crop, Mindi of
it, wc feai. has been greatly damaged by
I bc continuous rains.
(?one lo Kio Far West.
Mr. wm. J. Ilimniottlt, accompanied
by his sister, Miss Dora lllllinicillt, left
Tuesday for Atlanta, Ha., where they
will spend a few days willi relatives and
fl ?ends before going lo their home nt
Mantissa City, Colorado. Mr. Ilunni
cult, known commonly ns "I.clon" or
"I ubbie,'' bas been in lliis part nearly
two years visiting his many friends ami
relatives, who regret very much t<? soo
lum leave. Miss I lora isa lovely young
young lady, much admired hy those who
Know lier. She will ho greatly missed
liv acquaintances, \> ?th young and (dd,
She will mah.' bet hume willi her
bl ot ber. We wish her great SIICCOSS ill
ber new homo, *
Public torturo by Pro). Edmunds.
Prof. S. 1!. Edmunds will dolivor an
address on Friday ovoning noxt at 8..%
o'olook at tho school room whoro tho
summer school is hoing taught. Tho
public cordially Invited. Prof. Edmunds
is a iluont speaker, and a raro troat is in
?toro for thoso who may hoar him.
A Pleasant Supper Parly.
Tho supper party givon by Miss Nottio
Jones, at Tomassoo, last Friday ovoning
was greatly enjoyed by quito a number
of young folks from Walhalla. Notwith
standing tlio iucloinont woathor, about
sixteen couples drovo out to tho boautl
ful homo of Mrs. C. Jones and woro
rarely entertained from 8 to 12 o'clock.
Refreshments were served and an ovon
ing of rea) social enjoyment was spout.
Tomassoo is an ideal spot, and tho hos
pitable home of Mrs. Jones is pleasantly
remembered by all whoso privilege it
has been to bo guests at tho old Colo
Tho Summer School.
Tho following teachers bavo boon en
rolled ut Oconoo's sunimor school : Misses
Floroneo Norris, Westminster ; Lissie
Smith, Seneca; Greta t Jail.os, Con
trai; Carrie Kuommorer, Walhalla; Mary
Swann, Seneca* Ida McCullough, Wal
halla; C. II. McCullough, Walhalla; Kato
J. Stock, Walhalla; Jodio Ilaloy, Oak
way; I lat lio Rutledge, Walhalla; Vindo
Itiehle, Walhalla; Efllo Strbling, West
minster; Dora Roedor, ('halmer; Relio
Bennien, Oak way; Phooba Lumpkin,
Seneca; Hattie Duffle, Westmin
ster; Mrs. Dillie Crooks, Townvillo;
Mrs. J. E. Lewis, donison College; Mrs.
Kulaba Thodo, Central; Messrs. J. S.
Colley, Salem ; G. F. Fuller, Fort Madi
son; .las. M. Moss, Walhalla; 1). Hunt,
Mountain Rest; J. H. Cantrell, Tamas
see; A. XV. Singleton, Taber; J. A.
Hutchinson, Wost Union.
East End Locals.
Prof. \V. E. Dendy, principal of tho
maded school at Vorkville, spent Sunday
in East End, visiting his uncle and aunt,
Maj. and Mrs. S. P. Dendy.
Mrs. Rebocen Leopold bas been quito
sick for tho past week, but wo aro glad
to roport that she is a great deal bettor
lins (Wednesday) morning. She is quito
?god and her health has not been good
Mr. Dresden A. Smith, Jr., came home
from Washington, 1). C., last Friday.
He is looking well and his many friends
are glad to see bim home again.
Mr. Davo Strother came homo last
Wednesday from W ilford Colloge in
Spartanburg, S. C., whore he has spent ii
most successful year.
Mr. Eugene Ostcmlorff, of Charleston
s. C., is visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr
md Mrs. .1. .1. Ansel. He has como u]
lo recuperate in our delightful mountain
Thc writer, in company with Misse;
Mary Stribling, Annie Veiner ami Daisj
Strong, visited tho beautiful and hospita
hie home of Mrs. C. Jones, at 'ramass?e
an Monday. It was our pleasure to nice
here Miss Kva Tato, who is tho charmin-,
fliest of Miss Nettie J enos.
Mr. John Nix, of Atlanta. Ga., liai
hoon visiting his relatives, Mr. and Mrs
\\ 1,. Fallt and family.
Kev. John G. baw, I). 1)., who wa
sritically ill for a snort v.hilo last week
lias greatly improved and is in Ins lisna
Itoalth ami normal condition.
Mr. ami Mrs. H. F. Doutllit, of Wes
Union, are the happy parents of anothe
now born baby girl at their homo, o, s.
'I'hi' following mimed gentlemen wen
irawn Ibis (Wednesday) morning t<
torvo as petit jurors al the ensuing Jul;
Perm of the Court of < ?enclal Session
'or (leoline county. Tho Court meets a
Walhalla on July1.uh, Judge Osmund W
A. Zimmerman, Westminster.
James T. Reid, Seneca Township.
W. F. Fondley, Keowoo Township.
Itiomami Long, Tugaloo Township.
(>. C. White, Kcowce Township.
W. K. Nimmons, Kcowce Township.
II. K. Crenshaw, Wagon or Township.
Daniel Kavcnel, Seneca Township.
( alloway I!. Davis, Westminster.
W. I*. Harker, Pulaski Township.
FlotchorS. Jenkins, Westminster.
J. K. Phillips, Pulaski Township.
Sylvester Tannery, Center Township
Lewis King, Clialtoogft Township.
J. L. Smith, Wagoner Township.
W. M. Lcm mons, Center Township.
K. M. barron, Seneca 'township.
J. W. Cannon, Sr., Kcowce Townsbij
IL M. Morgan, Seneca Township.
Andrew Reardon, Conloi' Township.
C. A. burton, Walhalla.
M. L. Cox, Seneca Township.
Titos. IL stribling, SoncenTownship.
(o-o. M. White, Kooweo Township.
J. 'Phos. Mauhlin, Kcowce Township.
C. A. Ihueke, Wagoner Township.
Noah Toi 1 oson, Kcowce Township.
W. II. Mougold, chattooga Township
.las. Gl'issop, Seneca.
W. O. Hamilton, Seneca.
Wm. Campbell, ?Seneca Township.
John T. Long, Honoon Township.
J. N. Watkins, Pulaski Township.
J. A. Knox, Tugaloo Township.
W. 1!. Hunt, Wagoner Township.
Jas. o. Driscol, Wagoner Township.
Card ol Thanks.
'Po thc many friends who so kind
!Xtended their sympathies and assistai!
0 us in the recent illness and death
mr lather, I desire to return the since
hanks ol' all m om hers of the lamil
1 heir acts of kindness will always
(Mis-) 11 A SH i ?.: I V KSTKIt.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you us
Dr. King's Now Lifo Hills. Tbousan
>f sn gorers have proved their match lc
nen! for sick and nervous lieadaclu
I'hey make piire blood ami strong norv
ind build up your health. Kasy to tal
Pry them. Only 2? cents. Money ba
f not cured. Sold hy all druggists
A Cadet lor West Point.
I have been notified hy thc Secreta
if War that, I must name a cadet, f
.Vest Point, by July IO, I desire lo ma
ho appointment hy compel it ive exan
talion, and all candidates for tho :
loinlmcnt will roport in Columbia, Ji
;, at lo A. M., at South Carolina Colic
I!. H. Tl I.I.M AN
Washington, June 18, 11)00,
Or. Rromjhton Hurt.
While returning from religious si
?ices in his buggy ill company with M
Kale Irby, Dr. Len G, broughton v
un down by a Consolidated Street lt:
vay Company's cai in Atlanta on Ju
ls, ami sustained painful injuries, !
-ming lady escaping unhurt..
Over six million people are now bei
ed in the famine districts of India.
WIFE 8EEK8 REDRESS.
Cruelly and Neglect Charged-Crossing
Guardian Weighs 300.
Logan IL Abernethy, ibo corpulent
railway crossing policeman, who is
stationed at tho coi nor of Ninth and Q.
Nt roeta North wont, waa y ca tord ay made
tho defendant in au action for dlvoroo
brought by Mary H. Abernethy, who al
leges against him a long series of cruel
ties and various aots of improper con
duct. They woro marriott, tho com
plainant states itt hor bill, in Columbia,
S. ., on Mardi 10, 1887, aud havo two
children. Sho was a widow at tho timo,
mid declares that sho had a considerable
estate loft to her by her first husband,
which sho chargos Abernethy hos taken
Loin hot' aud squandered upon other
wmnen, with tho exception of a small
portion which sho has boon obliged to
expend for tho III ai ii ten ance of her chil
dren ?iud bei self, as tho defendant, had
failed to pr?vido for thom.
Mrs. Abernethy declares that hor hus
band weighs ?500 pounds, and is a man of
groat muscular strength, and has fre
quently kick cd and beal en her, and
threatened to take hor lifo, ovon having
pointed hi? pistol at hor, and doclarod I
with an oath that ho would blow lier
hoad off. In narrating her domostic
lifo with tho defendant, she says that
she has heen obliged to remove ilia shoes
when ho canto into tho houso, and to
bat be his feel o'hile he was in hod, and
to ariso at night and got water for him.
In return for theso and othor menial
sorvicos, sho e .'? that ?ho rocoivod only
his curses and abuso. Ho called her
vile names in tho prosonco of their chil
dren, and wrote notos containing indecent
language, which ho loft whore they could
When they carno hero, sho saya, tho
defendant was employed on tho Metro
politan Railroad, und induced her to
placo hor money in tho company's banda.
Sho declares that be has withdrawn it
aad spout it upon othor wooton. For
tho past live yoara, ?ho assorts, ho baa
boon au habitual drunkard. In hor
chargo of infidelity Mrs. Abernethy
?ames a co-respondent, and states that
the dofondant has lived with tho lattor
from time to timo and supplied hor with
groceries and provisions whoo his own
family was in diro noon. Tho com
plainant asks for tho custody of their
two children ami to bo decreed nu al
lowance of alimony. I.ookio and Pulton
aro her solicitors.-Washington (I). C.)
Tost, Juno 12.
Hobbed tho tiraye.
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was tho
subject, ls narrated by him as follows:
"1 was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was almost yellow, oyos sunken,
tongue coated, pain contiually in hack
?md sides, no appetite-gradually grow
ing weaker tlay by day. Three physi
cians had given mo up. Fortunately, a
friend advised trying 'Electric Hitters,'
and to my groat joy and surprise, the
first bottle made a decided improvement.
I continued their uso for tinco weeks
and am now a well man. I know they
saved my lifo ami robbed tho gravo of
another victim. No ono should fail to
try thom. Only r>() couts per hottlo at
all drug stores in the county.
TlIOAI.00, June 18. - Mest of tho wheat
crop has been harvested and is reported
to be better than an average. If wo
only had a lust class mill in this neigh
borhood, such as tho ono at Wesminstor,
Ol' at S. P. Stribllllg's, some six miles be
low hero, we would sure ho in it. I fear
we will have I rouble getting our wheat
threshed, as (lut roads aro in a bad lix.
Arrangements for lil o semi-centennial
aro progressing satisfaotorially. A pro
gram will bo published in tho county
papers soon. Several prominent gontlo
lnen have accepted invitations to make
addresses. Thoro will sure bo a big day
at South Union on tho 10th of July.
Miss Pat McCIanahatl spout a week
visiting friends in this section recently,
Miss Pat is ono of Westminster's most
amiable young ladies.
Miss Ida King, a pretty and facinating
young lady of Fair Play, was visiting at
Mr. Sheldon's one day last week.
Cherries, June apples, Juno peaches,
fried chickens, etc., aro ripe. I,.
Editor's Awful Hight.
I*'. M. Higgins, editor of the Seneca
(III.) Nows, was alllietod for years with
piles that no doctor or remedy helped
until ho tried Itucklcn's Arnica Salvo.
Ile writes two boxes wholly cured him.
lt's tho sn vost pii<> cure on earth and thc
best salve in tho world, ('ure guaran
teed. Only 25 couts. Sold by all th ug
Hists in tho county.
Thc Gathering ol tho Teachers.
The best teaching talent of tho Unitod
States will be represented in Charleston
next month at the National Educational
Association. No South Carolina teacher
should miss this mooting. 11 will doubt
less prove au inspiration anti a help to
every teacher who is interested in bis
Tho session will bo from tho 7th to tho
13til of July. All railroads will give
special rates, and the people of (marles
ton will see that visitors ami delegates
will be comfortably oared for at reason
able r.'ites of board.
Bryan Socs Victory.
CIIIOAOO, June 15.-Colonel Bryan
spent the day hero in receiving loading
Democrats, inclinion: Chairman Janies
K. Jones, of the National Committee.
Mayor Harrison, Mr. liryan, Chairman
Johnson, Robert. IC. Burdo ami several
others took Iv.:;.'neon together at the
Sherman House this afternoon. Rela
tive to Hie outlook ami tho issues Mr.
Itryan said :
"I believe tho prospects this year for
Democratic victory are much better
than they were in 1800. Tho Republi
cans Ibis year aro on tho defensivo on
[til the issues, mid opposition to Repub
lican politics is growing. Prosperity?
Well, if we can sceuro tho votes of all
those who have not had their sharo of
prosperity we aro willing to give tho Re
publicans the votes of all thoso who
bave received their shares. Prosperity
is something that ??ach voter has to
judge for li i lt) sol f, ami I tim perfectly
willing to risk Hie election on that
Gen. Cronje Should Havo ll.
Li MU?:, N. c., Fobruary 10, 1000.
Send one half gross (loos?! Or Oft SO Lini
ment, 25-cont size. There is no doubt, as
lo Hie curative powers of GOOSO Crease
Liniment. We have used different lini
ments, but yours excels all.
VOIDS truly, ll KN K KI. Mitos.
These people aro among tho largest,
lealers in mules ami ll or SOS in tho State.
Mrs. Ulftdstonc, tho widow of William
K. Chadstone, tho Knglisll statesman,
lied at Hawarden Castle, London, on
lune hitit, Tho London press is full of
Locals from Choheo Valley.
CIIKOIIKK, Juno 19.-Farmers aro f;ot
ting In tho wilderness just now. Old
(jenora! Qroou is about to got tho host
of thc farmers;
Mr. J08B0 Lay, Jr., has built a pulpit
in Choohoo ohureh, which adds
much to its appearance.
Rov. Lowis M. Iiyda proaohod a strong
Bormou to an appreciative midionce at
Choohoo Sunday, Juno 10. Mr. Lyda is
a young Baptist minister. Wo bespeak
for him much succoss.
Tho good pooplo of this placo aro go-1
big to organize a Sunday-School at un
early date. Wo W?BII thom much suc
cess. Maybe if thoso smart little boys
who broko out ono of tho lights lu
Choohoo church will attend this Sunday
School they will loam a good lesson.
Wo hopo BO anyway.
Mr. Bud Wilson, of Swamp Crook,
visited relatives in and around Choohoo
Tho corn crop in tins section looks
La grippe is raging at tho present
Laying-by timo will soon ho hero.
MoHsrs. Elias Alexander and Houben
Loo, Jr., and family worshipped at
Checheo last. Sunday.
MOUNTAIN SCHOOL Gnu..
Starvation novor yot cured dyspepsia.
Poisons with indigestion aro already
half starved. They need plenty of
wholesome food. Kodol Dyspepsia
Curo digests what you nat so tho body
can be nourished while the worn out or
gans aro hoing reconstructed. It is tho
only preparation known that will in
stantly roiiovo and completely euro all
stomach troubles. Try it 'f you aro suf
fering from indigestion. P /ill certainly
do you good. J. W. Boll.
Prohibition Campaign Committee '
Hon. Thoa. N. Perry, of Darlington,
who was Chairman Of tho Prohibition
Conference hold in Columbia on tho 28d
of May, was authorized to select a com
mittee of five who will have ohargo of
the campaign in tho Stalo in behalf of
thc prohibition candidates. Mr. Horry
has made tho following selections :
Joseph A. McCullough, of Greenville,
Chairman; C. C. Foatherslon, Laurens;
W. P. Ilouseal, Newberry: J. W. Hamel,
Lancaster, and D. J. Hradham, Manning.
This committee, under tho tonne of tho
resolution providing for its appointment,
will look after tho county organizations.
In a number of tho counties there aro
campaign co m mitt cen already at. work;
but it is intended through this means to
perfect an organization that will effect
ively urge tho cause of prohibition in overy
township of the State.
A N N O U N C
First Domoeratio Primary will
C |7'('aioiirtatos' announcements will lie pub
liai ICtl uni il the primary election tor Three Dol
lars, PA YA 11 bK IN ADVAXOK. Don't ask os lo
cretlll you! Curtis not to exceed six lines.
I hereby announce myself a candidato
for Coroner of Ooonoe county, subject
to tito aotion of tho Domoeratio primary,
J. L. hunns.
We aro authorized to announce El>
WAHII CALLAS a candidate for Coroner
of Oconco County, subject to tho action
of the Democratic party in the primary
Thc many friends of O KO. L. WILSON
respectfully announce him a candidato
for Coroner of Oconco County, subject
to thc action of the Democratic party in
tho primary olection.
Thc many friends of J. W. HANSKHO
respectfully announce bim a candidate
for Coroner, subject to tho action of tho
Democratic party In thc primary election.
The many friends of FltANKl.lN TAV
LOK announce him as a candidate for
Coroner, subject to tho action of tho
Democratic voters In the primary elec
KOP MASTER IN EQUITY.
The friends of J. W. HOLLLMAN an
nounce him as a candidato for Master in
Equity, Htibjeet to tho action of tho
Domoeratio primary election.
I hereby announce myself ns candidato
for Congress from tho Third Congres
sional District in tho coming primary,
ami bind myself to nbido tho result, of
the saino. A. 0. LATI.MI-.IL
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. 1
1 horoby announce myself as a candi- j
dato for County Commissioner, subject j
to the rules governing tho Democratic
primary olection. B. J. MAHKTT.
Thc friends of JOHN L. RKKIIKII an
nounce bim as a candidate for County
Commissioner, subject to the action of
tbtt Democratic, primary.
Having the encouragement anti solici
tation of friends, I horoby announce my
self a candidato for tho oflico of County
Commissioner, subject to the action of
thc voters ill the Democratic primary;
Ted I will cheerfully support all of tho
nomin?os. S. II. SNKAD.
I respectfully announce myself a can
didate for County Commissioner, sub
ject to tho voice of Hie pooplo in tho
ensuing primary election.
J, IL CANTIIKLL.
Thc friends of JOHN T. DYAH respect
fully announce him a candidate for
County Commissioner, subject to tho
action of tho Democratic party in tho
Thc friends of W. N. Cox respectfully
announce bim a candidato for County
Commissioner, subject to tho notion of
tho Domoeratio party In tho primary
Tho many friends of W. S. PKICHAKH
hereby announce bim a candidate for
County Commissioner, subject to tho
action of the Democratic party ill tho
The many friends of DA.NI KL J. MOK
OAN hereby announce him a candidato
for County Commissioner, subject to tho
action of tho D?mocratie party in tho
I respectful I y announce myself a can
didate for County Treasurer of Coonee
county, anti hereby submit myself to the
action of the people in tho ensuing pu
mary ol HUM). WM. E. ll AUTON.
Thc many friends of J. R. KAY respect
fully announce him asa candidato for
re-election to the oflico of County Treas
urer, subject to tho action of tho Demo
cratic party in tho primary election.
The friends of .1. EDWIN KKI.LKV |
hereby announce him a candidate for
Sheri if, subject to tho action of tho
Democratic, party in thc primary election.
Thc friends of R. T. SouititY announce
lum a candidate for sherill' of Oconco
county, subject to the action of tho
Democratic, primary election.
The many friends of W. M. KAV
horoby announce him a candidato for
Sheriff of Oconoe county, subject, to Hm
action of tho Democratic party in Ibo
pi ima ry election.
Tho friends of W. D. STKIM.INO re
spectfully announce him a candidate for
Sherill of Oconco county, subject to tho
action of tho Democratic, party in thc
I respect fully announce myself a candi
date for Sherill of Coonee COtltlty, sub
ject to tho action of the. Democratic,
party in the primary election.
H. lt. Moss.
The many friends of ll. F. Dormi r an
nounce him as a candidato for Sherill,
subject to the action of the D?mocratie
party in tin? primary election.
Important Mooting ol tho Democratic County
WAI.IIAI.LA, S. 0., Juno 19th, 11)00.
A meeting of tho Domoeratio County
oxocutivo committee ?B horoby called to
moot nt tho Walhalla Court House on
Saturday, Juno 80, UKX), at ll o'clock A.
Tho executive committeeman of each
local Democratic dub is earnestly re
quested to bo present, as there will ho
Important business to como boforo tho
meeting for consideration.
JOS. C. Al.KXANDBJt,
F. M. CAUV, Secretary.
A Thousand Tongues
Could not oxpress the rapture of Annie
E. Springer, of 1125 Howard st.. Phila
delphia, l'a., when abo found that Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption
bad complotoly cured hor of a hacking
Cough that for many years had mado lifo
a burdon. All other remodios and doc
tors could givo lier no help, but sho says
of tins Royal Cure-"it BOOU removed
the pain in my chest and 1 now sloop
soundly, something 1 can scarcely ro
member doing before Heel liko sound
ing its praise thorought tho Universo."
So will every ono who trios Dr. King's
Now Discovery for any 'trouble of tho
throat, choBt or lungs. Price f>0 couts
and $1.00. Trial bottle freo at all drug
stores In the county. Every bottle gum
News Around South Union.
TUOALOO, Juno 18.-Tho far mors havo
boon busy cutting wheat and aro now
looking out for tho threshers.
Our Sunday school is moving on nicely.
Mrs. Dr. M <?? I mik in and son, Morgan,
from Toccoa, Qa., woro boro a few days
last week. She will bo accompanied on
her return home by ber father, Mr. Sam
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kibbum visited Mr.
J, b. ReedeTs family ono day last week.
Wo arc glad to hear of her being able to
Miss Dora Reeder lins gono to Wal
halla to attend tho summer school, n.
The committee investigating tho con
duct of Mayor Woodward, of Atlanta,
roport that they (iud no grounds for im
Under 93,000 Gonn Deposit.
Krui rond Fur? PMA.
Opon all yertr to noth So?oi. Vary Choap BoarA.
(? o or flt rt-A lnbnmii DuslneM Oolle(re,
M noon, QtvrgiH,
E M E N T S .
I bc Hold August 28th, lOOO.
FOR THE SENATE.
E. !.. HKUNIION is hereby announced
as a candidate for State Senator from
OcotiOO county, subject to the action of
thc Democratic voters in tho primary
Tho friends of E. 1'. EA m.ic hereby
announce him a candidate for the Sen
ate, subject to thc action of tho Demo
cratic party in tin; primary election.
We are authorized to announce MA.iou
S. P. DKMIV as a candidato to represent
Oconoe county in tho State Senate, sub
ject to rat ideation by tho voters in tho
next Democrat ie primary election for
POR COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
Tho many friends of NATHANIEL, PHIL
LIPS r08pC0tfillly announce lum a candi
date for County Supervisor of Oconoe,
subject tu the notion of tho Democratic
party in tho primary election.
Peing solicited by friends I hereby
announce myself a candidato for County
Supervisor, subject to the action of tho
Domoeratio party in thc primary elec
tion. b'ltKI). W. PlKPKII,
Thc many friends of S. M. Pon?, hereby
announce him a candidate for County
Supervisor of Oconco county, subject to
tho rules governing tho Democratic pri
FOR TDK I,Kt J ISL ATURE.
At thc solicitation of many friends, 1
hereby announce myself as ? candidate
for the House; of Representatives, subject
to the Democratic primary.
.1. W. TODD.
Iv C. DoYLK is hereby announced as
a candidate for thc House of Representa
tives, subject to the action of the Demo
The friends of W. M. UltoWN hereby
announce him a candidate for the Legis
lature from Oconco county, subject to
the action of the Democratic party III
tho primary election.
hoing solicited hy friends I hereby
announce myself a candidate for tho
Legislature, subject to Hu; action of tin
D?mocratie pat ty in tho primary election
.1. M. IIUNNlrilTT.
Hoing solicited by my friends I hereby
announce myself a candidato for County
Auditor, subject to tho rules governing
tim Democratic primary.
A. p. QUANT
The friends of H. A. DAI.V respectfully
annonc?e him R candidate for Auditor
of Oconco county, subject to tho action
of tho Domoeratio primary election.
Tho many friends of J, P. KKKSK re
spectfully announce him as a candidato
for election to tho oll'co of County
Auditor, subject to the notion of tho
Democratic party in the primary election.
P. II. IsitKI.I. hereby announces him
self a candidate, for Auditor of Oconco
county, subject to tho notion of tho
Domoeratio party in tho approaching
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
The friends of HON. C. lt. 1). KUHNS
respectfully announce him a candidato
for tho oflico of Clerk of Court of Coo
nee county, subject to tho action of tho
Democratic, party in thc primary election.
Hoing solioitod by friends, I hereby
announce myself a candidate for Clerk
of Court for Oconoe county, subject to
tho rulos governing tho Domoeratio pri
mary election. W. T. (Hu nns.
Tho friends of Cob. R. E. MASON re
spectfully announce him ns a candidato
for Clerk of Court for Oconco county,
su h joel to tin; Domoeratio primary.
The many friends of S. P. Sntliii.iNO
announce him as a candidato for Clerk
of Court, subject to tin; voioo of tho peo
ple in I ht; approaching primary election.
Foi; COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
The many friends of W. H. b A lt HON
respectfully announce him ns a candidate
for re-election to tho oflico of County
Superintendent of Education, subject tit
thc action of the. Democratic party in Hu;
primary elect ion.
liebig solicited by my fricn S. I
horoby announce myself a candidate for
Superintendent of Education for Ooonco
county, subject, to Hm action of tho
D?mocratie party in (he primary elec
tion. C. L. OitAto.
The friends of W. M. PKNNKLL hereby
announce him a candidate for Superin
tendent of Education foi- Oconco county,
subject lo the action of tho Democratic
party in the primary election.
FOR CIRCUIT SOLICITOR.
.Ii i.irs E. IIOOOS, of PlckoiiS, is an
nounced as a candidato for Solicitor of
thc Eighth Circuit, subject to tho Demo
I ?un a candidate for Circuit Solicitor
of tho Eighth Judicial Circuit of South
Carolina, subject lo the Democratic pri
mary, j. A. MOONBY,
We find that the season's sale has
left on our hands several rolls of nice
Matting in latest designs. They must
go. We offer ....
36-inch Jointless Matting in hand
some tile pattern, strong, pliable weave,
at 20 cents.
36-inch Extra Quality Cotton
Warp Jointless Matting, made from
selected, pliable straw, beautiful
Mosaic effects, at 25 cents.
36-inch Finest Jap Straw, Cotton
Warp, plain Bamboo effect, with col
ored carpet designs, excellent weaves,
at 25 cents.
Our line of Gents' Straw Hats,
though much reduced, is still too large
to think of carrying over. We offer
these for the next 30 days at net cost.
You know what that means to you
an elegant hat at the price of a cheap
one. Don't miss this offer--they can't
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
We want every lady who visits
our store to inspect our line of Ladies'
and Misses' Muslin Underwear. The
line is certainly well selected, and
the prices do the talking.
M. W. COLEMAN
Straw Hats at Cost.
SENECA, S. C.
ro OUR LADY PATRONS:
Your Corset is important to you.
Correct form is pertinent. Kilt health
Tho Corset has a great deal to do with
1. As tho Corset ?B so will your ligure
2. Correct form must be secured with
out tho sacrifico of health.
fl. Evory lady may possess graceful
contour and bavo a good chance at
4. Every lady would have both if she
inly know bow.
ft, And she may know how.
For this reason wo have just placed in
?ur Corset Department a line of the now
Here's the Invitation :
To show you our faith in this Corset
and in what wc claim for it, wo
should tic most happy lo have you
call at our store; pick out your num
ber; take it home; wear it ; lest it
for two long weeks, If you do not
lind it the most satisfactory Corset
you have -ver worn, bring it. back
ami we'll rofund tho pu robase juice.
Tho price*. Naturally you would
oxpoot lo pay $1.75 for such a (.'or
sot. To-day wo lay down the gaunt
let at only rfl.OO.
Trusting to see you soon af our store,
Yours very sincerely,
V. L. NORMAN.
Phis world liol on gs
to tho onergetic.
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Dr. G. G. Probst,
i > i<: TV rr i ? ?jr ,
Walhalla, S. C.
Office two Doors East of Bank,
HOURS : 8.30 A. M. TO I I?. M. AND 2 TO 0
March 21, 1808.
1 J yV \V UABDS.
WM. J. STRUILINO. \ ^ K. !.. H HUN DON.
WALHALLA, S. 0.
PROMPT ATTENTION OIVKN TO ALI, BUIS
NKSS ICNTHUSTKD TO THEM.
January ti, 1808.
lt. T. JAYNKi
J. \V. SH I,IOU.
J A YN ES & SHELOK,
ATTO KN K YS-AT- LAW,
WALHALLA, 8. O.
PROMPT attention given to all busi
X ness committed to their caro.
January 12, 1805
Order Clothing Through
C. W. P TC II KO RD COMPANY.
Winthrop Collcg-o Scholarship
and Entrance Examination.
rilllK examination tor the award of va
1 rant scholarships in Winthrop Col
icu? and for thc admission of new stu*
[lents will i>c held ,\\ tho County Court
Mouse on Kui DAY, July 20th, at 0 A. M.
Applicants must mu he less than fifteen
> ears of lige.
When scholarships lire vacated after
July :Mt!i the) will tn awarded to those
uiakine the highest average at this ex?mi?
The cost of attendance, including
hoard, furnished room, heal, light and
washing is only $S .'ill per mouth.
Por further information and a cata
PllKSlORNT I). R. JOHNSON,
Kock Hill, S. C.
May 24, HUM). 22-2o?