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YOU IIEAH PKAISKS
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?ocal anti personal.
Next Sunday is Kastor!
-l'huit your benns ou (.Jootl friday.
- "Cot righi!" All you candidates.
-Call at .laynes' grocery for ('apil?lo!
- Headquarters for clothing is bloom's
Cash Harrain Storo.
(}o to bloom's Cash Har (fr! n Store
for your Kastor suits. i
- Mr. John Rose, of Abbeville, ls ou a I
visit to his family in Walhalla.
Horn, lo Vlf. tutti Mos I! K Sch rn. !
ibu*, on Saturday, April 7. a hoy.
PH if, a nd M rs, .1. S. .bunnnp,.. of
\ iotorm, N. C.. ?nv in town Tuesday.
- Mis .1. Xl, Strother, of ."sonora, is
visiting relatives in Walhalla and Wost,
I ' iiiou.
If you will buy your Hour from
.laynes yon will have pood bread ut all
C. C. .laynes sells Capitulo Holli*. ll
will he your favorite if you will only give
it a trial.
Kev. K. 11. Rogers i- ?I lending \ he
--.i* ?t? of Sou t h tin roi inn I "rosily I cry II I
( irocnw .md.
- Mr. ('has. Gentry, of Spurtanburg,
spoil' several days tu Walhalla this and
last week muong his many friends.
Mr. I.oe<;. Ilollciuilll. of Anderson,
spout Sunday in town visiting the family
of lils father. Mr. -I. W. Ilolleman,
-.Inst received a beautiful line ol'
Springs and summer pants. Call and see
them, bloom's Cash bargain Storo.
"Mow about that Kastor suit?" Von
eau ucl the latest in styles and colors at
II loo in's Cash Bargain Mme. Pri?es low.
Mr. Heywood Davis and little sou.
Thomas, of Clemson College, visited the
family ol' Mr. W. A. Shoekley Saturday
Preaching in tho Walhalla baptist
church on next Sunday morning and
evening at the usual hours, hy Hov, c.
WlirdhtW, of Seneca.
-C. W. Itatiknighl has a beautiful
lice of ladies' tri 101110(1 hats which he
will sell cheap for Hie next ten days.
Head his advertisement on the lirst pago.
Itead Treasurer Kay's notion and
govern yourself hy it. The hooks for the
col lee! ion ol' commutai inn road lox will
close Stn) l-i. \ftor thai date you will
have t.< work !'? mr du j s.
Tito eopj tm- M r. L. C Graig's rid
\ en ?semeni roached us loo hilt* to bo
sol up this week. Ile .is currying a large
SlOCk 'd' lieu gill His, Of Wldcll he W ill tell
y.ui iii'\i we.-k Uetid his nd. next week.
W. II. Shipman, beardsley. Minn.,
under oath says, he had dyspepsia tor U">
years until lie used Kotlol Dyspepsia
Curo and now- ht? eats w hat he likes ami
as much as he wants and digests what lu
cais, for sale hy .1. W. Hull.
Messrs. .1. M. Moss and .1. M. Ward
have been elected delegates to represent
Walhalla bodge, No. 07, al the meeting
of lite Grand bodijo Knights of Pythias,
which will he held in Charleston ie May.
Mr. .lames Thompson was ohio tod alter
-Mrs. M. ll. rilli ?',,. from near Wil
liamson, in Anderson county, has heon
on a recent visit lo her daughter, Mis.
Virginia Smith, in West I mon. who has
hoon quito ill with pneumonia, hut who,
we an- glad to announce, is convalescing.
Mrs. Kllison was very much pleased with
Walhalla and West Onion.
- burnley's S-ll our Liver ItogulaCu is
Die lust reined) to relieve tho v nous
forms of headache, including r rvous
and sick headache, and it is sa' lo say
that nine cases out ol' ten ot' this dis.
tressing complaint aw due to an inactive
or sluggish liver with constipai od bowels.
A lew doses ot' huntley's S-llolir Liver
Regulator will soon restore these organs
lo their proper functions and headache
ceases, lu tho same maui:, t il regulates
the bowels, prevents constipation and
piles relieves all torn.s of biliousness,
such as dizziness, nausea, coated tongue,
loss of appotite, Ac 'liv ii. bargo
packages joe. at l.unncy's.
Excursion Ra os lor Women's Clubs.
The railroads ol' the Male have made
a tate of one and one-third fart) lol tlc
meeting nf the federation Ol' W omen's
Clubs at Charleston A,.ul ?7 to ?>.>.
Those tickets will lie on sale April 1'. ami
17. with iinal limit to return on April
New Goods Just from New York.
The most completo line of White
Goods I have ever cai ried W ill he read)
for your inspection in a few days. Gish
buyers will lind il to their interest to
tins stock and compare prices.
Mis., R, Phillips, Seneca, S. i .
United Slates Dishir.t Court.
The Hulled Mal? s 1 ?isl I iel I .I will
convene, at Greenville on I'ucsdav, next.
I ith instant. Judge W. II. I.raw icy pre
siding. Tin' following well known citi
zens of (leoine count \ luiVO beeil draw li
io serve as grand jurors: s. P. Sti Miling,
N. Phillips and ll. I?'. Moore; petit juror,
C. II. Miller.
Millinery Oponing al Seneca.
Millinery opening this week April
Kith t.i I Uh. Pattern Hal-, and al! the
newest ami most salable Millinery S'ovel
lies, just from Hie Kastern markets.
Cnn moro than please those who appro
eiale a good article al close cash pi ices.
A pi ii Huh I., ! Ith,
Miss lt. Pllill.HpK, ..selie, ll, S. < .
Tin; Telephone Exchange.
Walhalla b soon lo have an lui to date
telephone syst cnn. Work has tuen ac
tively pushed hy the linemen foi a week
ami a meat .Lal has been accomplished,
ll will liol he a :?! . nt w hilo until the
system will lie completed, and livery
citizen, especially thc business people,
will welcome tile div when il will liol
be necessary to "eui out" his phone in
ordei t.. hom himself think. Thc etor
md (uni io sa, inferiinl) ringing of tole
phone bells 1.1 I he past has proved a
nuisance. The central olliee ol lim new
Kystom is on Main sticct, opposite \ . i
lu i s hank.
. Tho Day Shir. '
A ko gc audience proded tho mein hors
ol' the .Iuvenile Missionary SOciet.l of thc
Methodist church at I'iloliford's Hail
last friday night. Thc programme was
carried out beautifully. Thc children,
dressed in while and ranging lunn wei
lois IO gil'lM of twelve or I oil i 1 cell \ ea I s
(d' ago, wen- a Vci'itithlo vision of beauty
as they appeared in pron pcs and march
in:/. Tho Kinging itud recitations of lit
He Misses Dodo Strother, Mary I'iloli
ford, Tommie Pitchford and Dorn Pindi
foul wore worthy ol special ineiition.
The whole programme, however, was
rendered admirably, each one participai
ile.; pivinp evidence ol careful piep.ua
Don and training and --eli possession to
a rema i kable dogn e. They ?loi credit
lo themselves us well as to Mrs. S. V
Pitchford, who directed Hu entertain
ment. The reading hy Misses Geri rude
Smith and Lillie byrd and the parts
taken hy Missi s Inez Schroder and Kau
me Crisp w. ic w. li rendered, The sing
imf hy u quartette composed ot Messrs.
G. W. Pi cl,loni. Jas. I . An .1. Misses
Alloc Micks and fannie Maxwell, and a
solo hy Mr. .1. f. Ansel, were excellent.
CTR ! CAPITOLA
KliOM AJ?h WHO USE
I IT ALWAYS.
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? HnOl? VTEOX
Money to Lonn hy Jayncs & Shelor.
Wo liavo to loan a limited amount of
money on approved security oil real
estate. Terms easy. Apply to .boynes
A Sholor, Walhalla, SJ. (J.
Appropriate Kastor sorvie.es will bo
held in tin?. Walhalla Methodist church
on next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
The public are cordially invited to at
Itccoivcd the Scholarship in Art.
Miss Marv Sti ?hiing, tho oldest (la lt gil
.T ol' .Maj. Wm. .1. Stribling, of Wal
halla, S. (',, who is a st m lent m the
Agues Scott, instituto at Decatur, Gu.,
has received tho "Scholarship itt Art''
in said college for tho highest prolloiotioy
in painting and (hawing. Wo congratu
late Miss Strihling in carrying Ott tho
prize and honors, in this ditlioult and
beautiful art, among ti largo class of
aspiring and ambitious young ladies.
East End Locals.
Mr. L. L. barr, of G roon ville, was
visiting his wi lo and bab) in Last Kuti
last Sat unlay and Sunday.
Mrs. T. A. Norton and daughter, Miss
Sallie, roi urned homo last Monday even
ing, alter having spent a very pleasant
(imo in Gainesville, Ga., with lier son
am! daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ,1. .). Norton,
and in Atlanta, (?a., with other relatives,
Mr. T. .1. Grizznrd, of Atlanta, (ia., is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. s. N. latch
ford. Ile will spend some limo ino.tr
Mrs. farolillo V. Howland, of Central,
s. C , visited relativos in Walhalla ami
I!.isl lind last week. Her coming was
-n atty appreciated and enjoyed hy Mr.
D. A. Smi:h, who is her nephew.
Mrs. N. L. Kant loft Monday morning
. to visit her sisters in Anderson. She
will he gone three or four weeks, lio
foro returning she will visit her mother
and sister in Columbia, s. c.
Mr. C. I), burr, fathor ol' Mr. L. L.
bau, visited thc family Ol' Maj. S. l\ I
Gently last week. This was Mr. barr's I
' liist vtsil to Walhalla since thc civil war,
Mr. .1. s. VTcdonhurgh, tho evangelist, I
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mer
rick ami family.
Mis. .1. W. Nix and baby, of Crecn
wood, S. G., aro visiting her father andi
mother, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Maxwell,
born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Teddie Garvin,
Thursday, April ."?III, a line hoy. U. s.
Gen. Cronje Should Have lt.
Li-.Nom. N. c.. february IO. MUX).
Sen.! one ball gross Goose Grease Lini
ment, lio colli size. There is no doubt as
to thc curative powers <>i (Souse Grease
Liniment. Wc have used il ?fl oren I lini
ments, hut yonis excels ali.
"i oui s t ru I y, HUN M.I. bnos.
'these peopie arc among the largest
dealers in mules and horses in the State.
Fair Play Items.
KAUS I'I.VV.S. C., April I).-There isa
good deal of sickness in our community.
There will he an all day .singing at
beaverdam baptist church next Sunday,
Ibu |.">th instant. There will also be
j taken on that day st collection for the
famine sull'erers ol India.
The Iteaverdam Sunday school has
?.elected delegates to the.sunday School
Convention which convenes with tho be
llini baptist church on the ii ft li Sunday
o? i tie pr?sent month. vt. e. it,
Ramsay's deck Hoard hom Again.
I?AMS.W'S ( i ; i. : K . M ('., April 7.
Well, we have had sonic line weather for
tho past few days and the farmers have
Leen plowing like they did liol intend lo
h ave a Lil ol grass tor the old corn.
Mr, Will Ihad is our choice farmer.
Ile OXpOClS to Use over a toil of glljlltO
bi iars an- nearly as sharp as they were
this ti me last yea r.
Mr. A. M. bholctter has completed foi
in itself ll new hridge across the creek.
\\ e have planted a roasting ear patch,
\ ?siting has gone out ol fashion in
our community, Its work time now.
Thc rabbits say an awful waste makes
au awful want, They ate bountifully of
the wheat while il lasted and now the)
ai e in want.
Mr. W. N. Sullivan has bought for him
self a line little colt. H.
\ f rightful blunder
ill often cause a horrible burn, scald,
or hi ilise, bueklen's Arnica Salve,
best in the world, will kill the pain
promptly heal il. ( 'tires old sores,
if sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns
all skin eruptions, best pile cure
'ill t ll. i hil) '??? cents a box. ( ure
ruutccd, Sold hy all druggists in
c. mut v.
Earle's Mills and Tokccna Dots.
I MILK'S MIII-. s.e., April'.', barm
work is the older of the day. Some are
naiv to plant, while Others are liol
through patting in their fertilizers.
Lot ol thc huit has bunn killed, hilt
yul lhere is plenty loft fora good crop.
Sunday school has been organized
I again al ( ross Loads, aller several
1 months vacation through the w inter sea
son. We Impc it will llourish under tito
superintendency of M?r. lt. A. Moore.
We think il might do some grand and
noble w ork.
Tl e 1 uss I ?oads Li tina ry Society mot
: Saturday night nt Hie home of Mr. P. II.
? Isdell, ami tho debate was a success in
every particular, several ladies being
I present, Afler a lively discussion of
lihou! foll!' hollis the COIU III i (Ice decided
dat thc prohibition speakers wore on ti
(led lo Ibu discussion. The society lias
taken up thu poems and biography of
I .on - fi How for a short st inly.
M -t Dora (?lymph, of fair Play, spent
Saturday and Sunday with friends i II t his
commun'!)'. Miss I lora is au ucconi
! plishcd ,.>uie.; lady with rare beauly and
we think that Kail I'lay should he proud
We an- l.nl t . say i hal . g.I old
I esteemed friend, Mr. .1. lt. Simmons, who
has been sick foi -omi- lime, is much
I ie I Iel at this writ ing.
W. \\. Mayhew, Melton, Wis., says:
"I consider One Minnie Cough ( ure III
most wonderful medicine, quick and
sate." ll i-, ll.nly barn tess remedy
thai gives immediate n-sulls. lt cures
eon dis. colds, crottp, bronchitis, grippe,
'. I.pin.' cough, pneumonia and a 11
throat and lung diseases. Its eil li j use
prevents consumption, Children always
like it and luolhcis endorse it. .1. W. bell.
Proposed Now Railroad.
Col, A. K. boone, now of Knoxville,
Tenn . h.is written to the Secretary of
Mate al Columbia. .S, C.. I"i a copy ol
thc acts relative io railroad charters,
Ile wishes to apply for a charter loi thc
Knoxville, Smith ( andina and .'southern
Ititllwii) Company. Ile stales that lite
i proposed railroad will run t.i Knox
ville I o (. i, ci, ville, and li om t herc proba
lily to Wimishoro, ('nmdeu, Conway iud
Ihmtco lo ( liaiicslou vin Georgetown,
( ol.I boone is I he father of ! he
"bink Di I mond ' project.
A ?li p.itch from ( hOyonno, Wyoming',
I reports heavy snow on Wednesday and
' Thttl sd.iv ol ?asl week.
IN ANO ARDUNO WESTMINSTER. | J
Tho Tea Given by the Mithodlst Ladios was! j
a Success in Every Particular.
IVKDTM I NH'!'KU, April lt).-Mr. J. W.
William?, a prominent citizen Of Hart
well, (Ja., was iu Westminster a few
days last wobki
Mr. Alex Garrott, of Greenville, paid
a visit to his daughter, Mr?. D. W. Kel
ler, a fow duys ago.
Hov. N. Q, Christopher, pastor of the
Kapi isl church) has Won unwell for the
past two weeks. His pulpit was ably
lilied on last Sabbath by Kev. P. .J. Vcr
Cadet Leo Stribling, of Clemson Col
lege, spout Saturday and Sunday with j
The friends of Major lt. II. Cross arc
glad to seo him oil tho streets again,
after Bullering sonic weeks from an at
tack of pneumonia.
W. O. Alexander iv Co. aro running a
beef market in connection with tho lr
Mrs. C. K. Mason and children, of
Toecoa, (ia., aro visiting tho family of
Col. lt. IS. Mason.
Mr. it. lb Aldrich is up and about
again after hoing confined to bis homo
four or livo weeks on account of sick
Mrs. I). W. Kollorexpects to loavo for
Groonvillo one day this week and spend
tho remainder of tho month of April
with ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garrott.
M iss Bessie Kpting, OHO Of tho teach
ers in tho High Behool, spent Saturday
and Sunday in Fort Madison with Miss
Julia Chock, ono of her scholars.
The entertainment and toa at Mr. and
Mrs. Kittle .-, on friday evening, given
hy tho ladies of tho M. E. church, was
woll attended and was au enjoyable O0
cii' 'HU, Programme: Music, by Miss
lb ss Crows; reading by Miss Myra
Mason; solo by Kev. and Mrs. 1). W.
Kollor; recitation by Miss Codie Parker;
guitar music, by Mr. C. E. (hay; recita
tion by Mrs. Kollor. Altor tho pro
gramma had boen rendered Misses
Elinor Knight and Bessie ('rows de
lighted the visitors with excellent piano
music,. Everybody enjoyed the good
enlabios tho ladies proparutl. Total re
ceipts for tho evening, $11, Tho ladies
express themselves as' being highly
pleased wit h the success.
Tho annual election of nfllool'S for tho
town of Westminster will bo held on
Monday, April Only a short, time
now for the voters to consider who aro
the most sui table mon to govern the
town for tho next twelve months.
Dr. lt, E. Mason relumed to Augusta
via Seneca on Tuesday. Dr. Mason is
OHO of Westminster's young men, of
whom all predict a steady growth on
ward and upward in his chosen profes
sion, His visit, to Westminster was
much enjoyed and appreciated by bis
many fi louds.
All of our merchants arc doing a bet
ter business than usual at this season of
the year on account of the factory boori.
'I bero is a groat demand for all kinds of
country produce, which heretofore was
bard to dispose of.
lt is thought 'hat there is plenty ol'
fruit loft. A. li. GOKSHTT.
Tribute ol itcspect.
Whoroan, it bas pleased Almighty Cod
to remove from our midst our highly
esteemed Brother. /..ch Hall, who has
been a (rue and faithful member of the
bounty Land Alliance since its Organiza
tion: and, whereas, in view (d' tho loss
we have sustained 111 tho death (d' our
brother, and the still heavier loss sus
tained by bis family and relatives, we
fool constrained to give some expression
10 our feelings; therefore, ho it resolved,
1st. That it is but a just tribute to thc.
memory of Olli'deceased brother to say
bc will be greatly missed in our Alliance.
_'d. That in his death the Alliance has
lost a true ami faithful member who was
over ready to perform his duly as an Al
liaucomau. ami do all in bis power to ad
varna" the interest of thc A ll lillico.
3d. That wc sincerely sympathize with
11 . family and relatives ol' the deceased
in their nour of sore borea vernon!, and
commend them for consolation lo Ibm
who dooth all Illings wadi.
Ith. That a copy of these heartfelt tes
t?mot 'als of our sytnyalhy and Borrow
be furnished the family of our deceased
brother, and ib.it .1 copy of thc same bc
recorded in thc minutes of the Bounty
band Alliance: also, a copy tic sent to
tho Tm: Kl'.owKK Cm 1:11:1: and thc (leo
nee News for publication.
J. M. llAliUON,
Titos. I.i M KIN,
.1. I). I'l. M.I r,
* minmi! iee.
bounty band, s, c., April ith, ItKlO.
W. H. Shipman, beardsley, Minn.,
under oat li, says ho sulVcred from dys
pepsia for 2*i ycar>. Doctors and (bid
ing gave but little relief, Kiually bc
used Kofi ol Dyspepsia Cure and now
eats what he likes and as much as he
wants, and he f .? s like a now mau. ll
digests what you eat. .1. W. Boll.
In memoriam of Kerry lieese, who was
horn January I'lt li, l$07, and closed lib
eyes to cai t lily scenes April 1st, 1000, in
tlie morning life ol' manhood, Ile had
been ill two or three mouths, but lu
hore Ins suffering with Christian fort I
lude and patience. His remains were
laid to rest in tho family graveyard neill
Ids home, the writer conducting hi?
funeral obsequies. Ho had been a con
sistent member of tho Chooheo Baptist
church for a number of years and diet
in the full triumph and hope of UK
Christian faith as was evidenced byllu
last words ho uttered, which were, "I an
going homo." His intercourse with tin
living world is now ended, but bis life ?1
I he regions of immortal bliss bas jus
biglin. There cold and lifeless in Un
tomb is thc heart which hut a few day:
ago was thc seal ol' friendship; theil
dim and sightless is the eye whoso radi
ant and enlivening orb beamed will
kindness and good will to all: then
closed aro those bps from which passet
none but words ol' kindness and expies
sinus of sympathy during life. ?ic ?ta
departed from bis place on earth am
gone to heaven, 'Tis haul to part w het
friends arc dear and children are so near
b. M. IA DAY,
Card ol Thanks.
We desire lo return our thanks am
grateful appreciation for the many act
of kindness and love shown us in om n
(amt great bereavement in the sicklies
ami death of a loving and devoted wit
and atil t tioiiatc (laughter. May th
Korti he kimi and gracious to each am
all of you,
K. I!. WHS I Moimi.A \ 1 >,
M II. AM. Mus. W. s. KuAsr.it,
Ki vc Porto Ricans, convicted of lb
murder, in October, l^'.is, ol Prudonei
Mendez, ill Yamo, after assaulting th
wife and daughters ol' their victim am
compelling Hiern to dunce aboul th
corpse, were garroted early las! Sill?n
day morning al Ponce, Porto Rico. Th
prisoners were carried to Ibo plaffori
in cars, and were viewed by thousand!
who weie unmoved, with the exceptio
I of the Winnen. ( inc ol' the prisoners ri
j Histed the executioner, bul was li Ililli
NU hf 1110(1 by tllO Ollicers. As the e "il
Honer lightened thc screw rapidly th
hollies twitched for two or th roo mimili
anti I hen all w as over.
I'. ( ). Dickoiisheets, a representative <
the Kansas City (Mo.) Journal, comm!
ted suicide in Atlanta last Thursday h
taking enough morphine lo kill a (fuze
mi n. So causo cnn bo assigned for Hi
Mi H Hannah Walker Sampson, daugl
tor of the admiral, was man n tl m Bo:
lon last weeli to Ensign Wal I'ayh
( luvcrnis ol Hie Knited stales Suv;
Many military characters wore presen
Thedoi e li auk li II I row ?1er, tho me
chant prince ol Sparbinhiirgcounty,tlie
Ex Judge Willi.on King bas I ti'?
tdecicd io Congress from Ulah, lo o
eiipv the scat that was refused to I'olyg
mons liol.cits. King isa Mormon, hi
Is credited ss ith only one ss ile.
Tho I svo Gnosby negroes, ss ho killi
farmer Minims at 11 II/.el h n rsl, (ia.. 1
March "dh, SSIM' legally executed la
Easier Sunday -
# ?> . p *
Is a dato which all have in mind
days previous to that dato. Tin
intends to purchase on those du>
10 Colors for 6 Cents.
Bright, fast colors-and perfectl
tho Kggs,, tho I )yt*8, or
;;>- KltUSIl SIIIl'MKNT OK WI L
About tho Smallpox in tho State
Tho public generally is by no means
ipprisod of tho true condition <?f tho
tlUtUInox situation in this Stale, if the
?irions rumors reaching hore are indi
'alive of thu spread of the disease, says
i special from Cullimbin. In several
lections of the State smallpox has made
ts appearance, and, unless some vigor
ous steps are taken to oiadieato lids pest,
f may assume alarming conditions (hii
ng the coming summer. Tho State
ioard of Health has been hampered in
ts work, but tho condition now existing
jehooves it to lose no time ill checking
dio menacing disease. Smallpox has
igaiu made its appearance in Columbia,
md, unless tho city authorities take pro
;aulionary measures al once, Hie disonso
U'omisoS to spread. Already it has
ouched tho center of the resident pin
ion of tho city. Dr. I Ion ry W. bice, a
foung physician, and n brother of Dr.
Itico, president of thc Columbia Female
Jollogo, is one of tho latest to fall a vic
iai to tho disCUSO. His home is near
ho two l?malo colleges in that city, and
II a thickly populated residential pin
ion of tho town. There is ho post house
n willoh to handle tho disease, and so
ar no steps have hoon taken to oreel or
procuro ono. All patients are now kept
il their homes, and, as a consequence,
hero is increased danger of tho spread
d' tlu> disease throughout the eily.
A Narrow 1 Isca pe.
Thankful worths written hy Mrs. Ada
Vi. Hart, of Croton. S. I). : "Was taken
.villi a had cold which settled on my
migs; caughsot in and finally terminated
ll consumption. Pour doctors gave ino
ap, saying I could live hut a short time.
I gave myself up to my Saviour, deter
mined if I could md stay with my friends
Ul earth 1 would meet my absent ones
ihovc. .My husband was advised to gel
Dr. King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs ami colds. I gave it a trial;
took in lill eight hollies. ll hi H cured
me. and thank Hod I am saved and now
1 well and healthy woman." Trial hol
lies free at all drug stores in thc county.
Regular size M) cents and $1, Ciiatan
teetl or uriec refunded.
Greenville's Plucky Farmers.
A cotton seed oil mill was organized
in C reen ville last Friday. Thc capital
will not he more than $00,01)0. Twenty
thousand dollars ol the stin k has already
been taken. A silo has been purchased
hall a mile from the eily limits, and the
Southern railway will i un trucks lo thc
mill. Thc stock is owned almost exclu
sively hy farmers and ginners, ami nearly
every gurner within lineen miles of thc
mill has stock. Five bundled dollars is
the limit lo any one hobler and this bas
linnie the Stock go ill to (.loenville, An
ilorsou mid Picketts counties, lt is be
lieved that the new mill will control lin
seed in a large section of the three coun
ties. The mill will be wal? bed with in
terest, as it is an experiment of the far
mers to market their colton seed and
compete willi tho colton oil trust.' Tho
management ol the mill will he under
the direction ol the most successful
money-making farmers of the three
counties mentioned. We would he
glad lo see the farmers of Coonee follow
along this line.
Spain's Urentes! Need.
Mr. R. P, olivia, of barcclonia, spain,
spends his winters al Aiken, s. e. Weak
liol re? had caused severe pains ?" the
hack ?d' his head. On using Fleet rio bit
ters, America's greatest blood ami nerve
tenicdy. nil pain soon loft him. Ile says
Ibis grund medicine is what his country
needs. All America knows that it cures
liver and kidney trouble, purities Ibo
blood, tones up tho stomach, strength
ens thc nerves, puts vim, vigor and new
lifo into every muscle, nerve and organ
of Hie body. 11 w eak, tired Ol' ailing yu
need ii. livery bottle guaranteed, only
.Vi cents. Sohl bj all druggists in tho
Tried to Kill the Prince ol Wales.
A young anarchist named Sipido at
tempted lo assassinate the Prince of
Wales al brussels, belgium, cm Wednes
day of last wick, just as the ?rain bear
ing the Prince and Princess was leaving,
bystanders seized Sipido aller he I Old
li red Iwo shots. His pockets were tull
of anarchist literature, Ile seemed
proud of w hal he had done ami declared
thal he would yet kill the Prince il he
had ii chance, "because he caused thou
sands of men lo bo slaughtered hi South
Africa." There was great indignation at
(he attempt, (inc ot thc balls fired wont
near the Prince's head, ami thc other
sind went w ide of its mai k.
Thal Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills. Thousands
of KulVorors have proved their matchless
merit for sick and nervous headaches.
They make pure blood and strong nerves
and build up yom health. Kasy to lake.
Try them. Onlj ?.'."> cents. Money hack
If md cured. Sold bj nil di nggisls in
t lie conni y.
Clemson Defeats Erskine.
AxnuitsoN, April 7. In au intensely
exciting game of ball here (his alten.ii
Clemson College defeated Ibo Krskino
College hall leam hy it score of lt to g.
McMakin, for Clemson, was thc llrsl man
up ami knocked I he ball over Hie fence
for a home run. The work of Rugan was
great, hut McMnkhi's was better. Lan
dan, Clemson's mw catcher, proved a
star. This is the .second game Clemson
hus won this season, having defeated
Cornell last week.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable,
Almost everybody who road;; thc news
papers is sure to know of thc wonderful
cures ruado ly Dr,
1 Kilmer';; Swamp-Koot,
J thc (peat kidney, liver
2 and bladder remedy,
i lt ls tho great medl
H, cal triumph of tho nine
Ul tccnth century; di.,
?li covered after years o?
scientific research by
xi, I ir, Kilmer, Hie end
neut kidney and bind
-der .specialist, and I.?
wonderfully Successful In promptly eau inp
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
ble:; and Bright's I Hseaso, Which C. the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root ls not rec
ommended for everything but if you have kid i
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will bo found
Just the remedy you need, lt has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among thc helpless t< opooi to | ur
chase relief and bar. prc /cd so successful In
every caso that a special arrangement bas
been made by which all readers < f tin 11 t? r
who have not already hi.' I it, may have a
f implo bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling mere, about Swamp Root and b ' to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble,
V/hen Writing mention reading this generous
offer tn this paper and t \'\
send your address to -fff^J^y-'l?',* *"'?/7?b
Dr. Kilmer fr. Co.,Hine Rliv Vt'i ' 11 * . " ~ j
bambili. N. Y. 'I he d -'J!',''!.? ^ityH
regular fifty cent and Homo ot Swamp-Hoot
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists,
, but I BIM thinking of throe or four
.re uro sb in o'things which everybody
.s, niul 1 have it.
y harmless. Don't forget the Dato,
H. DARBY, Druggist.
WOMEN'S CLUBS CONVENTION.
>rogrammo lor tho Meebun at Charleston
Promised Varied Ploasuros and Moans
Tho third annual Convention of tho
South Carolina Fedoration of tho We
ndi's Clubs will meet in 'Charleston
\pril 17-21, South Carolina Hall. A
lumber of Walhalla and Seneca club
tvometi will attend tho sessions. Wo aro
ndebtcd to Mis. M. IV, Coleman, tho
President, for a program tao of this intor
.sting occasion which wo present in full,
The Charleston club women will give
ive delightful entertainments to tho
i isiting club womon, Uno of these will
io u reception by tho (.'en tu ry Club at 170
Itutletlge avenue on Tuesday, April nth,
rom 8 to H? 1?. Itt. This will bo followed
be next evening hy a reception by Mrs.
J, I*. I'opponhotm at Si Mooting street.
At p. ni. tho Mommtngor Alumino As
sociation will take the visitors on an ex
cursion to Magnolia gardens, and at 8.30
|), m. l'residentb. F. Wilson, of Converse
.ollogo, will deliver a lecture in South I
; andina bail. On Friday at ."> p. in. thc
bal lest?n City Cnion of Women's Clubs
kvill treat to an exclusion to tho Isle of
Following is the ollicial piograinnio
for the convention :
TU USDA Y, Al'llll, 17.
to I?, M. -Meeting of the Kxooiltivo
Hoard of the South Carolina Federation
it :;t Mooting street.
I I?, M.-Meetings of Ibo various stand- 1
ing committees, also credential eomniit
lee, and conuiiitteo on the revision of
WKONKSDAY, Al'llll. IS.
lo A, M.-Convention called to order,
bord's Prayer. Address of welcome,
Miss Louisa ll. Heppenheim, President
City I nion, besponse, Miss Mary Ilcmp
Ititi. Hoport of credential committee,
boll call. beading of minutes, l'rosi
lieut's annual address-Mrs. M, W. Colo
III.m. Itcport of recording secretary.
Itoporl of corresponding secretary. Ke
ilor! of treasurer. Kcport of auditor.
Th ree minuto reports of dubs.
I..'lo p, M.-business session. Iteports
from clubs cont inned.
rninsiiAi , APItll, 111.
IO A. M.-business session, Itoporl of
committee tor revision of constitution, ;
Iteports from standing committees. '
education-Mrs. Jamos IL Adams. Li
brary extension - Mrs. L. A. l?lako. Civ
ics-Mrs. brawley. Y ?Hage improve
ment- Mrs. L. W. .Ionian. Club exten
sion- Miss Louise McFadden. Itcoi
procity-Mrs. Frank Gary. I'Vco kinder
garten .Mis. .Iules Visniiskn. Music
Mrs. N. F.. Lucas. Arl-Miss A/.alia
i i : 11 > A v, Al'llll. 20.
10 A. M.- business session. Now busi
ness. Flection of olliccis. Installation
ot new olllcers.
otto Kerb, (trand Chancellor, K. H.,
Huonville. Ind., says: "DcWitl's Witch
Hazel Salve soothes the most doliente
skin and heals tho most stubborn ulcer
with certain and good results." Cures
piles and skin disensos. Don't buy an
imitation. J. \V. Hell.
L" Wm Stone,
Anita, Iowa lila coimtpy during the
luto war at tho oxponso of IdB health. Tho
story concerning Ids restoration to health
is glvcu below iu bu own words)
"When I returned from the army my
constitution was broken down. I suf
fered extreme nervousness, and indi
gestion. Physicians did not lu ip me
until one prescribed Dr. Miles' Nerv
ine, and today I am in better health
titan I have been for thirty years."
NI ervin G
is sold hv all druggists on guarantee,
first hollie hench?s or money track,
liook on heart and nerves sent free.
Dr. Miles Medical Comoany, Elkhart, Ind.
Tolbert Row at McCormick.
James W. Toi hort, who figured in tho
"Phoenix trouble" last spring, was forced
to leave, MoCormiok last Wednesday on
Recount of tho visit of about forty mon
tho night previous, lt was staled that a
"mob" waitetl on him, but that is hardly
bast night further nows was rccoived
from MoCormiok concerning tho Tolbert
row anti it was stated that thc incident
"was closet!" if Tolbert kept away from
thal place ami that tho so-called mob
tlitl not oller him violence on Tuesday
night. Thoro scorns to bo n dotorminod
element in McCormick that will not
brook Tolbort's pr esence (hore. Tolbert
was arrested tho night of tho row and
two pistols found concealed oil his per
son. Ho was Unod S^O. There was little
Ol' no excitement ami tho matter has 1IOW
ceased to be talked.
On tho outside-that is tho best place
tt> koop ibo hugo, old-fashioned pill.
Just as soon as you got lt inside, it be
gins to trouble you. What s tho uso of
Bullering with it, when you can get moro
help from Dr. Pierce's pleasant Pellets?
These tiny sugar-coated granules do
you permanent good. They act mildly
and naturally, and there's no reaction
afterward. Constipation, indigestion,
bilious attacks, and all derangements of
Hie livor, stomach and bowels aro pre
vented, relieved, and permanently OU rod.
Revolution in Panania.
WASUINOTON, April 7.-lt is admitted
(hal (ht1 troubles in Panama aro serious
and the authorities are beginning to pay
attention to them. Mail ser vice has been
interrupted ami il has been reported
thal then' hat) been lighting in tho dis
tricts of Panama. A revolution in Co
lumbia is of especial importance in tho
United States because of tho guarantee
mada by this government to preservo
free Iransportion between Colon and
Thi ngs !
Wo aro now showing a great lino
and giving values well worth tho at
tention of all prudent buyors.
Beautiful now colorings in
BKDKOKI) CORDS, PERCALES,
PIQUES and DUCKS,
?*vt 10, 12| and 15 cenbs.
A groa*: 'ino of the new and populai
for ladies' waists, at ?2."> contd, !!i
cents and 60 couts.
AU tho now effects in
IS and 20 inch, at 7"? cents, S? cent
and $1 per yard.
as sheer, pretty au?! fresh as a "Ma
rose " at 2? cents.
Thc greatest lino of
WI UTK COODS
we ever had in Welts, Dimities an
Nainsooks and Lawns at. ?, S and 1
cents and on up.
Wo fear no com pelion in thoi
goods and beg you to see our lil
Our Laces, KmbroidorioB, Al
Overs and Tucking, all now, and ;
Goods all high and going up all tl
limo, bul if you regard values v
can do you good.
New Spring Shoes coming illOVOl
day. None better than our slandai
Seneca, S. C
T^OTASH gives color,
* flavor and firmness to
ail fruits. No good ifttit
can be - raised without
Fertilizers containing at least
8 to 10% of Potash will give
best results on all fruits. Write
for our pamphlets, which ought
to be in every farmer's library.
They are sent free.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
g3 Nasiau St., New York.
Further Particulars of Murder In Colleton.
Now? wa? roooivod lu Columbia on tho
7th of tho killing of John Haskins iu
Colleton County by a nogro named
Hampton Simmons. John Haskins, who
was killed, is a brothor of tho lato An
drew Gaskins, who was killed by Joe
Jones somo time ago and for which Jonoa
is now sol ving a torin in tho Peniten
tiary. Simmons has oscapod arrest, but
boforo leaving homo told his Histor that
Haskins shot ono of his chicle?os, that ho
protested, and that Haskins told him that
if ho said any thing moro ho would kill
him. Simmons got his gun and shot
Haskins, riddling his facov>ith buckshot.
it Gives Warning
that there's trouble ahead-if you're
getting thin, lt shows that your blood
is impoverished, and your organs do
ranged, so that whatovor you oat fails
to properly nourish you. Just as long
an you romain in this condition, con
sumption, pnoumonia, and other dan
gerous diseases aro likely to biston upon
yon. \'ou should build yoursolf up with
Dr. Pierce's Coldon Medical Discovery.
Purify and enrich tho blood, rouso ovory
organ into natural action, and build up
healthy, wholcsomo flesh.
A Re-Enlisted Nogro Killed.
lin iiMoxn, VA., April 7.-Joseph
Fletcher, a re enlisted nogro United States
soldier of l'roop P, nth cavalry, while
drunk on a C. and O. train last night bo
camo dangerously unruly and had to ho
lied. On thc arrival of tho train at
Staunton ho was putin jail and assaultod
Deputy Sheriff Dawson, who shot and
killed him. Fletcher was from Washing
ton. Dawson was acquited by tho coro
To those living
in malarial districts Tutt's Pills
arc indispensible, they keep the
system in perfect order and are
an absolute cure
for sick headache, indigestion,
malaria, torpid liver, constipa
tion and all bilious diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pills
Tho Southern's New Yrork and Florida
fast mail train was wrecked at Pony's,
S. C., last Thursday. Tho mail, baggage
and express cars were burned, but tn?
contents of each car wore saved. The
orosstios had been burned from under
tho rails. Many passengers wore
aboard, but none woro seriously injured.
READY FOR YOU.
With y? ?us of experience personally selecting from tho liest houses in
New York, I um showing tho season's swellest ?uni most exclusive Novel
tic- in Koroimi Pnbrios as well as the choicest Olinga ol American manu?
t act ure
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 yon some rare bargains ill these goods. The $1 kind for
I If) cents ; ?1.50 kind for $1.
Also :i large line ol' Towels from fi cents lo 50 cents.
MY CLOTHING DEPATMENT
IS COMPLETE !
Tho Clothing trade of Oeonce county is mine. I am offering some
-Meal bargains this sprit, The styles mid weaves are perfect. The
prices are very low.
SHOES ! SHOES !
A large lille id' Shoes, bought direct from the factory for spot, cash;
also a large line bought from the I! a il road Company thal will be bargains
al .f>?? per cont inore limn 1 am asking. All the latest styles. Don't, forget
lo see my line before buying.
1 laving closed out a big "job" n .'urniture, I will givo my customers
the benefit of these gooes for the next ten days.
Oak Post Bedsteads.$1 25 worth $ I 7fi
Mattresses. 1 25 worth 2 00
Bureaus. ."? 25 worth I 50
Dressers. 7 00 worth il 50
Others (Dressers) . 8 50 worth 12 50
A big line of Stoves
Thc * 10.00 kind for .* 8.00
The $12.50 kind for .$10.00
Thc $15.00 kind lor.$12.50
* ? ' Come while they last, as thc prices last only ten days.
HAVING BOl'GHT A lil? LIN IC Oh' BRIDLES FROM RAILROAD
JUST BECAUSE THEY WERE VERY CHEAP, I WILL
SELL THEM AT ABOUT HALF PRICE.
B5gi 'If you need a Bridle ?it all I can sell you a good one for f>0 cents....gp]
Three Good Buggies Bought from Railroad Co.
at a Great Bargain.
All thc best grades of
TOBACCO, 10-pound box for . . . . *8.25
TOBACCO, 10.pound box for . . . . $3.00
Plows, Plows, Plows, Plows.
As there seems to be no lixed price on plows, I will lix it at lc. por pound.
Plenty on hand. Handle Hoes at prices that will sell them.
PLOW STOCKS, ETC.
A full line of AXES, PLOW STOCKS, HANDLES, COLLARS,
HAMES and HACK BANDS.
Ballard's Flour always on hand.
Everything going at Cut Prices.
COFFINS AND CASKETS.
?My line of Collins, Caskets, eic., is complete. Orders lilied any time.
The Poor flan's
SENECA, SO. CA.