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BY KEITH, SMITH *c CO.
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TI1UKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1882.
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STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
HUGH S. THOMPSON,
fOU LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR',
JOHN C. SHEPPARD,
ron COMPTROLLER GENERAI.,
"W. E. STONEY, of Richland,
XOR ATTORNEY GENERAT,,
(S. RICHARDSON MILES, of Charleston.
FOR SECRETARY OF 6TATK,
JAS. N. LIPSCOMB, of No wherry.
JNO. PETER RICHARDSON, of Clnrondon.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION,
REV. ELLISON CAPERS, of O roen ville
FOR- ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR GENERAL,
A. M. MANIO AULT, of Goorgotown.
Pursuant to instructions from Seneca Dcmo
oratio Club, its President has appointed tho 80lh
day of Soptotnbor for tho county oanvasscrs
and oandidatcs to meet al this placo. Col. ll.
A. Thompson, Messrs. Vernor and Shclor and
others have been invited to deliver addresses.
WM. P. CALHOUN,
Tho Stato Convention of tho Greenback
party mot in Columbia last week. Wo pub?
lieh tho platform of tho party and tho names
of their nominees in this numbor of tho
OOURIER. Tho material of tho convention
as roportod was of a charnolor, taken ns n
Nvholo, to discourage nny party or FCt of men.
8omo of tho del?galos aro good men, but
most of tho material was of a light order.
Nearly oVSry county in tho Stuto was repro
sontod, sonic of tho delegates being colorod.
Tho strength of tho Oroenbaokors in tho
Stato does not amount to very much. Bul if
tho Republican Stato Convention, which mot
in Columbia on tho 12th instant, should en
dorso and support tho ticket nominate 1 by
tho Grccnbnokcrs tho coalition would make a
show of strength at least. This will demon
strate, if it takes plano, stronger than any
thing oleo, that tho Grccnhnckcrs aro wolvos
in sheep's clothing, vuting and consortia g
together politically with tho Republicans.
Mr. Stanton, tho nominee of the conven*
t?on for Treasurer of tho Stato, is a man nf
eubstanco, and has resided in Seneca fur
aovoral years. Wo understand ho is a
native Goorgian. Wo arc sorry to soo him
io such oompany.
Wind nu<9 BSiiiu Stormi.
A-fearful wind and rain storm visited this
section, commencing on Saturday night and
continuing pretty much during Sunday. Wo
?oppose, it tu bc tho equinoctial storm of this
period of thc year, although tho wind wo3 more
from the North than thc East, In some sections
of cur county thcro waa lc^s rain than fell a
week or two ago, whilst in other sections tho
rain fall was heavy, tho streams wcro very
high and much damago has been dono (hereby
to tho growing crops of corn, peas, Sic. Thc
wind was fearful everywhere, blowing down
Ibo oom, fruit trocs, forest trees, &o.
Tho storm was general throughout (he
South ns far ns heard from. In thc low coun
try, where Ibo colton was open in largo
quantities, tho loss is great by reason of it
Having been blown out in (ho sand mid dirt.
Higher up in (he country, where (hore was
less coll?n open, the loss lins boen less. Tho
eorn crop has sulTcrod sovcroly evcrywlicro by
being blown down and high waler. Fruit and
forest trees havo been blown down all over
the oountry and the loss in this way and to
the crops will aggrcgato many thousands of
dollars. Tho loss of life has boen small.
What say tho Candidatos?
MOUNTAIN HOME, September ll, 1882.
Editors of thc Kcomc Courier:
In my last week's communication I dis-?
cussed tho question of tho adoption of thc
eonstitutionnl amendment in rofcronno to tho
formation of now countios. This question is
such a serious ono for our people that I do
siro through your columns to ask of tho
candidatos for tho Houso of Representatives
an expression of their views on tho question.
First. Aro they in favor of tho adoption of
this constitutional amendment?
Scoond. If tho enmo should bo adopted,
aro they in favor of dividing (ho County of
It requiring a two-third vote to adopt tho
amendment by tho next Legislature will
they plodgo themselves, if it should bo
adoptod by tho pcoplo of tho Stato, to voto
against its ratification?
These questions should bo answered by tho
candidatos without any equivocation cr
mental rosorvaticn. TAXPAYER.
S. II. Bnrrott & Co.'s Now United Monstor
Railroad Shows, having no rival, ncvor refers
to any other show.
Tho wondrous man and woman wator
vf itches, in thoir mysterious and astounding
amphibious foals, will bo econ only with S.
II. Barrott & Co.'s Now United Monstor
Railroad Shows, at Walhalla on Wednesday,
Arkansas rcoctvod 75,000 immigrants
Tho Theological Seminary at Columbia
will resumo its exorcises on Thursday, tho
An Interesting Letter from Mr?
M- W* Colo mn ii
SKMSOA CITY, OCONKB COUNTY, S. C.,
September 7th, 1882.
Msssns. KoiTows : Notwithstanding the de
clination Imadoiu I li e Seneca Journal sometime
ago my nomo was still continued to bc published
as a candidato Tor tho Legislature. 1 seo this
week tho announcement la made in tho COUDIKB.
I guess you have authority from somo one to do
so; certainly not from mo nor with my consent.
My friends, like al) friends, aro confident of
success, but I fear they aro indisorcct and have
not surveyed well tho field. Wo should have
candidates who can mount tho stump to refuto
slanders and loeot the opposition which cou?
fronts us, aud who aro able to do orodit lo
themselves and honor lo thi party which thoy
represent. I nm not qualified for such uor
have I ever flattered mysolf into tho belief that
it was possible for mo lo bo oleotcd. 1 am but
a stranger in tho county and there aro many
better known and who will givo generally moro
satisfaction than it is possible for mo under
Oxislillg ci roams! anees.
The posit ion of a representativo of tho propio,
however honorablo, ls net enviable. It is im
possible lo plcoBO all aud suoh responsibilities I
will not sock. Tho public, servant, no mailor
how faithful he may be nor how earnest and
untiring in all his efforts to do right, is a con
stant target for tho disaffcotcd. At his door
too oflon is laid tho cause for tho discontent
which springs up among the masaos.
14 Tho evil mon do lives nftor thom;
Tho good is oft interred with their bones."
lu your issue of August 3]si you havo an
editorial article headed " High Freight Kales,"
which meets tho approval of many of your
readers. Certainly the matter of transportation,
iu connection willi railroad monopoly, deserves
attention. If not tamed in its wild oarcor it
wilt rcdown lo injury, and any party Hint psr
mits aud cominees to permit those usurpations
will go to pieces. Already il is used by tho
opposition lo show that our party is either Bub
sidixed or incilioiont. A railroad partakes of
tho nature of a public highway mid is not
strictly private properly, tho owners being Hie
beneficiaries of tho Stale to thc extent of extra
ordinary privileges granted. Tho pcoplo con
tribute tlicso privileges which arc vastly moro
important than money. When a railroad accepts
a charl er from tho hands of thc Slate it acknow
ledges its public character and accepts thc
responsibility growing oui of ouch acknowledg
ment. If tho Stale has tho right to pass laws
bringing into exislcnco enterprises where tho
people have lo surrender privileges and private
rights, she certainly has tho right to pass laws
regulating those enterprises, lo slop (heir en
croachments and protect thc rights of tho people,
thc source from which all power is derived.
Wo deny that tho creature is greater than (ho
creator. This question should bo freely dis
cussed and agitated, for lhere is danger of tho
Stale getting completely under control of thc
railroads, and if so I fear thc government will
bc a bad ono. I nm miro it will bo hard to
overthrow, for they aro backed by both money
In your last issue of September7lh you have
an article heeded " New Counties" which I am
satisfied meets tho approval of a majority of
our people. You show conclusively by statistics
of population and property that iL would bo
detrimental to givo up nny portion of Oconcc;
certainly ruinous to part with that portion
which is most likely togo. I think (lio position
of Seneca City in this matter is not properly
understood, and in justice lo our citizens will
say thal we disapprove of any division. How
ever if tho constitutional amendment is carried
and division is forced upon us wc will contend
Hint this is thc point for localing tho new county
sile, as wc claim decided advantages over com
peting places mentioned for its location.
There is another question which should enter
into tho canvass. I allude to fencing oil' thc
mountain or stock raising portion of thc county
from thc strictly agricultural portion. I believe
a majority ot our pcoplo arc willing to bc taxed
lo build (ho fence No fair minded man should
objocl, for it is but simple justice to those peo
ple They feel that Ihey have been badly
tronlcd and a returning sense of justice on our
pari will go far towards reconciling them. It
makes no difl'crenco how weak or how few in
number (hey may bc, rights to them nrc as dear
as Ihey aro to tho many or tho powerful. Go
vernment was originally instituted for thc pro
tection of tho weak and those who were unable
to protect themselves, and it fails in its funda
mental principle when it neglects to do so.
Hoping that good men may bc found who arc
well qualified and whose conduct through life
has been such ns tho people generally approve
ns candidates of tho Democratic party, I um
very respectfully your obedient servant,
M. W. COLEMAN,
Mountain Rost Locals*
September 10th, 1882.
Thc rain is falling in torrents this morning
and Ibo wind is blowing a perfect gale. Two
largo apple troes were blown down (bis morning
on J. T. Wilson's farm, at Mountain liest, whioh
were full of largo bulf apples. I think tho corn
and coll?n nre considerably damaged by the
wind and rain.
Miss Hose Harnett has a fino school at Beth
lehem church, near Mountain Kost. I hopo she
will teach on until Christinas, as she is a good
teacher and beloved by all her students.
Miss Hattie King is also teaching school in
Whitewater Township, near Mr. J. R. West.
She has a fine school.
Wm. K. White has finished Mr. Wilson's mill,
lt is now in good fix and makes excellent meal.
Thc Orociibackors nrc taking tho lend in this
Mr. James King has golton homo from (he U.
S. Court at Greenville
If yon will give these squibs room in your
paper this week I will try to do better tho next
time M. u.
Tho Storm, &c
WESTMINSTER, September ll, 1882.
The lalo storm which has swept over tho
county lins done great damage lo crops. Upland
corn has been leveled willi tho ground and tho
blades so riddled that fodder saving will scarcely
pay at all. Bottom corn is greatly damaged by
high waler, great bodies of it lying under thc
muoll swolcn streams. Cairncross Creek, near
Richland Station, is higher than it has been
since tho Juno freshet of 187G, nnd thc once
noted crops thereon presents a distressing sight.
Tho damage cannot ho (old until tho water falls,
but tho publie may expect to hear of serious
There will be a public exhibition at Greenfield
Academy on tho 22d of this month, given by
Mr. Henry Davis, who lins been teaching at (hat
ploco two years. Last year lhere was quito a
large crowd at tho exhibition and all enjoyed a
pleasant tiny. This year muoh moro is pro
mised to make tho day enjoyable and (ho public
aro invited to ooino with dinner and enjoy tho
full day. x,
Ono of tho prettiost, Mouton and moot sub
stantial liouecu of worship in Oconco County
is tho Hopewell Mothodist Church, which
hasju8t boen recently complotod. The size
of tho church is 00x40. PophupB it would
bo interesting to relato an incident just hore
which gavo ruo, no doubt, to tho determina
tion on part of tho peoplo of this neighbor
hood to oreot this church. In Match ur April,
1870, during a quarterly oonforonco, which
was being hold in tho old church building,
near by, tho wind was blowing furiously
upon tho bond of Ibo preacher through a
largo hole in tho house ju-t behind Iii m. So
uncomfortable and disagreeable did tho wind
become, that tho preacher stopped preaching
and nt ulled his hat in the bolo to ward oil
tho wind and called to tho preacher in charge
of tho circuit and informed him that ho must
never aek for another quaitorly conference
at this place until ho had a com tort able and
decent church to hold ono in. Shortly after
this event a fow m oin hers of tho church and
its friends began preparations tooroot a now
church not far from where tho old building
stood. Not having any money, or at Joaot
very little, tho progress was very slow.
Through tho onorgy and indomitable porse
vornnco of a fow friends, however, after a
battlo of throo yearn, this beautiful church
stands erect, upon a firm foundation, an or
nament to tho county, and a beautiful testi
monial to ihoco who labored sn dilligontly
withont foo or reward, to its accomplishment.
A gentleman has fun.?shed us a tow items
how this church was built with scarcely any
money. All tho mutorinl for tho churoh was
donntod and dolivorcd on tho spot, oxcopt
about 7i kegs of nails, which cost $35 05.
304.1 days of hired labor wits employed which
cost $301.29, whioh nddod to $35.05 tor tho
nails, makes ?336.01, tho actual money paid
out on tho chinch. Tho cost of all tho ma
terials d livered on tho spot for tho church
was about ?903-75. Tho cost of tho work
donated was estimated ut about $1,000, tho
avcrogo prico allowed per day being 50 cents.
Tho largest contributors to tho church wcro
Mr. Thomas Jenkins, who gavo about $285,
and Mr. M. A. Oiltncr, who contributed
about $282. Mr. P. S. Jenkins, Mr. John
Piokons and other noble spirit* gavo liberally,
but wo did not get their estimates. Thus it
will bo soon that hero is u church, if it had
been lot out by contract, would havo cost no
doubt about $3,000, built fur about $300 in
Tho Little Uiver Democratic Club met on
Saturday, thc 9th of September. Enrolled
50 members. Organized hy cleating J. H.
Grant, President, T. J, Fowler, Vice-I'rosi
denti 1?, L. Moody, Secretory, after which
tho club went into un election for managers
of thc primary ?lectif i. Resulted in thc
following: J. B. Grant, P< L. Moody and T.
Tho following resolution was passed*
Resolved, That this club cordially invite
Col. W. C. Keith to address tho meeting on
Saturday, tho 30th of September, and that
tho publio ho generally invited.
Resolved, That tho proceedings of thc
meeting bo published in tho KttowER COU
n I I : I t. J. 1). G KANT, Pic/ident.
P. L. MOODY, Secretary.
Tho Barrett & Co- Show.
Tho only show coming to Walhalla C. ll.
on Wednesday, October dill, that owns its
own cars is S. II. Rirrctt & Co.'s new
United Monster Railroad Shows. Tho ex
cellence of this exhibition is decided by thc
press of other citied to bc tho best ever trav
clod. The lullowiug is copied from a lute
A Ria Snow-It is a big show; it in a
respectably conducted show; it is a good
show. Nono of these ru nub, rowdyish,
tiresome, or annoying features which
usually accompany a largo circus arc pros
cut. Thc lemonade fiend is absent, tho
howling peanut vender is not heard; noth
ing loud, rudo or boisterous will bo found
in thc ring. Tho inenageiio part ia a trent,
fi om its cleanliness, thc size and conven
ience of its cages and thu condition of thc
animals, Thc visitor does not find a few
worn out specimens of ill-fed mid angry
animals, so constantly exhibited aa to bc
onmc as common as cows. All tho living
things arc well cared for, and arc cither
from their kind, their size or nature, rarely
seen in traveling shows.
Wo hove visited ninny similar shows in
our time, but moro to pruiso and less to
blatno wc ncvor uaw under OJOVHSB. Ono
of the most novel features of tho exhibition
is a herd of trained stallions, who du feats
usually seen performed by elephants. Tho
tiuinod dogs, too, will bc especially amusing
to children, and in thc wholo show, while
there is much to amuse and instruct, there
is nothing to annoy or olfend. - Ind lanna,
Pa., Weekly Times, June 13, 1882.
RM,i.AS, TEXAS, Scptcmbor. 5.-Informa
tioo to-day from Concho says that tho region
along thc valley of lito Concho Uiver visited
by tho flood of two weeks ago has boon
thoroughly searched over and fifty thrco
white bodies recovered and recognized, and
that a largor number than that, mostly
Mexican borders whoso namos aro unknown,
wcro oleo recovered. Thc losses nt ?ho towns
of San Angelos, Ucnficklin and Cuncho foot
up $312,000. Tho loss of stock and property
in tho surrounding country will aggrogato
much more. Cash reliof subscriptions for
tho suffering, mostly (rom stock men, already
arno int to moro than $10,000. All that
sootion is devoid of railroad facilities, tho
nearest point hoing over 100 miles distant,
and it was somo days before tho extent of
tho calamity was known.
JUDGE MACKEY DECLINES THE CONTEST IN
Tris FIFTH CONOUKSMONAI. DISTRICT.-Judge
Mackey a u I he ri /.cs tho statement that in
view of tho present complications, and in
obedionoo to his convictions of duty, ho has
concluded to withdraw from any further can
didacy for Congress in thc Fifth District.
Thcro is no doubt that this will put an effect
ive period to tho Indepondont movemont in
that district or rondor it utterly oontomptiblo.
J lid go Maokoy will sot forth his ransons for
his course in a card shortly, and wo doubt
not that thoso will bo creditable, both to his
head and heart.- Columbia Daily Register.
Dr. Wm. P. Geiger, an old and prominont
physician of Columbia, died on tho llth instant.
' WASHINGTON, September ll.'--Roturas
from tho Moioo election urn.in from widdy
separated points, ond all indicate tito voto
to bo much boavicr than in 1880, nud
hoavv republican gains, and ibo prohibi?
cloolion of Hobie. At Domorisoaita and
othor points, tho procnbnokcrs voted thc
republican ticket. Everywhere thc straight
greenback, tempor?neo ond independent
voto is reported os insignificant. About
three o'clock a be ivy rain sot in, but tho
voling was practically over by that timo.
Al) tho returns roceived aro favorablo to
llobio. Nothing os yet has.bcon heard from
tho congressional vote. Tho returns from
100 townships in Maino show a voto differ
ing vory littlo iu total from that of 1880,
but Show a republican gain of 2,708 iu a
total voto of 53,000 and a plurality for
llobio of 0,272.
PORTLAND, MO., September ll.-llobio
iselcotod by 7,000 to 9,000 plurality. Tho
rcpublioau congressional ticket is oarricd by
ubout thc same vote.
A SENSIBLE COLOREO FARMER--Wo mot a
colored I'u rm or yesterday who plants on a
large scale nine miles from tho city. Ho oays
thia has boon by far the most successful
farming year ho has over known. That ho
has mndo enough corn to last him threo
years, and that his colored neighbors aro
equally as prosperous. Ho declares ho can
make moro monoy raising corn, pindars and
swcot potntoos that growing cotton. As a
proof of this, ho hus wholly abandoned col
on planting, with most gratifying results.
Columbia Heg ister.
MACON, QA.. Soptomhor ll.-Hopnrtn from
all points of this section show that great
damage was done to thc cotton crop by the
wind storm of Saturday night. In South -
western Georgia., wheeo tho cotton is open,
thc injury is also grout, hut in tho counties
above hopes are entertained that a Tow days
of sun will repair thc damage to sumo extent.
Another fight is reported in Egypt between
tho English mid Egyptians. A dispatch
from Kussnssin to the Central News reports
Hint in thc engagement besides tho Egyptians
who advanced from Tel-ol-Kobir n force of
1,500 mon crossed tho desert from Snlihich
and operated on tho right (lank of the British.
These troops continued tho engagement ofter
tho Toi. ol-Kobir forco had retired. They
had a Krupp battory, which they handled
woll. Tho British heavy cavalry pushed
them hard, und finally captured one Krupp
gun, with tho team and equipment and ti
green standard, which was taken from a
dead standard henror belonging to ono of
Arab! Pasha's crack regimonts. Tho Sali-?
Inch contingent we io routed, but tho others
reached Tel-ol-Kcbir iu fairly good order.
Tho British loss was comparatively small,
pm haps eighty in nil killed and wounded,
Arnbi's plan was well devised but required
better troops to carry it out, although (ho
rebel troops fought better than they have
JU I> 1T O B& IA L. lt 1 & i : V1 ri us.
Holli (ho Democrats and Grccnbuekers got ft
black eye in tho Maine election. The Republi
cans carry the Stale.
Thc municipal election for tho town of Union
was held on thc ll th instant and resulted in thc
success of thc dry ticket.
The Kev. Edward H. Buist, pastor of the
Presbyterian Church nt Chcraw, died suddenly
ou (he lilli instant from a stroke of paralysis.
Hon. Geo. I). Tillman, of Edgefiold, ha?
boen unanimously nominated for Congress
from (ho Second Congressional District.
Senorita St. Maro, I li o greatest norobnlof
thc age, gives bur thrilling freo cloud walk
ut Walhalla, 'Wednesday, October 4th.
Tho Columbia & Greenville Railroad lino
ordered two now cngir.os, ono of which is
said to bo tho largest in thc State This road
expects to do ri huger business this seaton
(han it lins for (ho last ten years.
Threo grand martial hands and tho levia
than locomotive steam organ will he heard
in S II. Harrell co Co.'s New United Munster
Hnilrond Shows free street pnrado ot Wal
halla, Wednesday, October 4th.
In York bounty tho candidates and pooplo
uro making a strong fight against the consti
tutional amendment for tho division of
Tho trial of Capt. Ilnilo for killing Mejor
Blair, at Camden, sonic (imo ngo, han rcsultod
in a verdict of "not guilty." Blair was un
armed at tho limo ho was killed.
Ocorgo Washington wis a dolegato from
Kershaw county to tho lato Stato Orconhnck
Convention. Goorgo, with his "little
hatohct," wns in (ho wrong plnco.
Thero woro forty candidates in the primary
election in Edgcficld for tho various ofCcosin
that county, and it was not a "good year"
for candidates either.
Tho people "went huck" on tho Inwyora
in Edgefiold. Out of tho fivo persons nomi -
nnted for the Legislature nono aro lawyors.
There aro very few of (ho members of tho
Legislnturo being roturnod to (hat body by
tho primaries and conventions being held in
In Edgcficld tho ticket for tho Legislature,ns
it pnspcd through tho primary oleclion, con
sists of (wo stock law mid tinco fence law
Wo learn from tho Greenville Newt thnt
Dr. J. C. Pinda has leased from Mrs. Mary
Townes, of Greenville, thcnminorul interest
in her Chcohoe lands in this county, 2,100
ncres, for a (erm of fifteen years.?in behalf
of a company composed of gentlemen of
Augusta, Ga., and capitalists of Maine, who
will establish machinery for working IliCfO
Tho Star Koulo trial nt Washington is over
Thc verdict of tho jury was a partial ono. The
verdict is guilty ns to Minor and Borodo!!. No
agreement or mistrial as to Brady, Vade aal tho
two Dorscys, and not guilty as to Turner and
Peck. Thc trial hus been a long ono ami tho
jury lins been tampered with. The lind lins
cost tho government about ?200,000.
Tho autumn temperature is quito agrco*
able to those in good health. Invalids do
not find such sudden changes altogether
agreeable, lt is thought by some tint tho
summer is over, and the longest and hot
test part of it is, but lhere will bo wann
weather between this and tho middle of Oo
tobcr. Tho indications of au carly frost
can hardly bo found in tho present cool
change, which is nothing moro than what
usually follows tho regular Soptombor gale
In tito United Staion Court nt Croonvitlo
Hardy Blackwell, of Oconee, wan tried for
violation of interim! rovenuu law* and found
"not guilty." Plnokuoy A. Winohoster, of
Ooonco, was also tried for poijury and wno
found .'not guilty."
Tho New York Herald of tho 7th instant
says: Tho yield of wheat this year will excood
flvo hundred million bushels and has boon
estimated ns high ns six hundred millions.
Tho corn crop is expected toroaoh nearly two
billions ol bushels, while tho produotion of
cotton will amount to moro than sis million
Lo NH IN, Sn ji te ot ber 6.- M. Ellonno, a
well-known Fi ouch authority on tho subj cot,
hus issued his estimates of tho harvests of
tho world for 1882. His report is, on tho
whole, decidedly favorable, indicating no se
rious deficiency in tho crops in any quartor
of tho world and gcnornl abundance through
out Europe nnd America.
round it Good
Mr. J. N. Rutherford, Oconoo County, S.
C., i-ays: "I was induced to try a small bottlo
of Norman's Neutralizing Cordial and found
it a splendid remedy for stomachic troubles.
I shall certainly rccommond it. Tho prico is
within tho reach of all und no ono who bas
small children should bc without it.0
WASIIINOTON, September G.-Advices (o
tho National Hoard of lloalth report GIO
cow oases of cholera and 315 deaths at
Yokohama for tho two wocks ending Au
gust lOlh. Siuoo tho commonomcut of tho
epidemic there have, becu 2,103 cuses nnd
1,302 deaths. At Tokio ond Us,ka tho
disease is equally virulent.
Returns from tho Vermont election ?bow
a heavy fulling off in thc volo from 1880.
Tho Greenback vote is insignificant. Bar
stow, ltcpublicnn, is elected Governor, nnd
Judgo Poland is elected to Congress from
thc Second District.
An Important Question.
How many limes havo you Minored from
having eaten a little too much dinner or sup
per? Dyspeptics please answer. Ono dose
of Norman's Neutralizing Cordial after cneh
meal will counteract nil these bad effects.
Wo refer vou to tho responsible men who
havo allowed us to publish their testimonials.
The annual statement of tho Commercial
and Financial Chronicle, of ibo cotton
crop for 1S81-82 made up with ils usual
core bus just been received. Tho total
amount of the crop is 5,435,845 bales, in
contrast with 0,589,5129 bnlrs tho year bc
fore, showing n decrease of 1,158,484: bnlcs.
This Iorgo deficiency has not yet bad tho
influence on tho market that its onuunt
would indicate, but should thc present
growth be only moderate its effect will no
doubt bc important.
VIENNA, September 9.-A tolcgrum
from St. Petersburg is published hero sta
ting that tho convicts iu thc prison ot
Kim!; han revolted recently nud tho guard
was called ont tn suppress them. A strug
gio ensued and 40 of tho convicts were
Tho people of tho State ore making a
pretty clean sweep this yenr. Of tho forty
six nominations for thc House of Repre
sentatives iu the different counties only eight
of the old members have been renominated .
It is estimated thal tho strikers in tito
Northern and Western Stales during thc
past summer lost from ubout 88,000 000 to
810,000,000 in wages and saved capitalists
very heavy expenses by enabling them to
clohu up duriug tho season wheu they could
not run with profit.
BTTSXXrBSS ' LO?ALS.
LOOK Ilr.nK -Having made arrangements
willi Mr. \V. II. Lindsey, at Fair Play, to
collect fur us this fall, we would respectfully
notify all perrons owing us money in that .-ec
lion that their notes and accounts can be found
in his hands and settlements can bo made
either with him or at tho 6toro. Remember
we shall insist on carly settlements. In tho
mean time don't lorgcl wo uro selling goods
ut rock bottom prices.
I). II. & W. 8. GLENN-.
JNc w A (Ivcrtisath cn I s.
-A largo assort mont of
HATS AND CAPS
-.A. KT ID
Which 1 am offering for salo at
reasonable prices? Give mo a call.
?J. O. MIOKLER,
W"allulla,, S. O.
September l l, 13?2 ?)
A HKNEITOIKNT A?TlON - Tl?O 'Altftor-*
oblo louks und feelings of dioso ooolluod ai
desks or .work tublcs, uro o unod by vfOak
StOUlttob, K idncys or 1 ioweln, Parker's'
Ginger Tonio without iufoxioutir?gv> hi*
Buoh a bcticQoiont notion on thcao organs'
and so oleouses tho poisonous nnitlors front
tho system, that rosy chocks nod good*
hoalth uro soon brought baok igain.--Ex*
Dou't wosto money on trashy extract*
when you oan buy o lasting perfume so do
ligbtfully fragrant sud refreshing as Fl olv
WANT FIFTY STONE COTTERS, FIFTY
Hand Drillers, and ono hundrod Miners
and Laborers to work in Ibo tunnel. I will pay
first class stone cutters $8 per day now and if
wages got higher on this lino I;,will pay moro
lo them. To good hand drillers ' R will pay
$1.30 per day. Miners Tor (ho tuunol I wilt
pay $1.60. For Ibo.benoit.. I will .pay $ 1.26V
Come lo Coosa III vor, Alabama',- whero I am now,
on tho Ooorgia and l'aoifio Railroad.
J. 'LE A II EY.
Soptember 14, 1882. , " ;, 43-lt
MiUU J. ?
1UST received ono oar of fresh A CID PHOS-/
t) PlIATl? for wheat. Very low-for cash.
W. A. STROTHER, Agent.
September l-l 63-K.
PURSUANT to tho Decrees of Sales mad*
in tho following emitted cases, I will
foll nt public auction before tho Court IIOUPO
door in Walhalla, S. C., on tho first MONDAY
in October, 1882. between- tho legal hours of
sales, the properly hereinafter described,
upon tho terms in tho respectivo cases speci
David Holmes ngainst Mary L. Huimos, ot
al-Complaint for Relief.
ALL those three Pif?os, Pave?is' or Tract?
of Land sit?alo, lying and hoing in tho
County and Slato aforesaid, all tinco Tracts
ccmppring tho rcul ctlato of Warren lt.
Traot No. 1
Hoing tho homo plaoo and containing four
hundred und fifty acres, moro or less.
Tract No. 2
Containing - acres, molo or loss, and
Tract No, 3
Cootaning - acres, more or less.
Tho separata Tracts moro fully doser i hod
by plots ol tho some, which will bo on exhi
bition on day of sales.
This lund is situated on Tugoloo Uiver and
comprises some 75 or 100 acres of thc finest
bottom li nd on tho river, nil in cultivation.
Tho whola Tract ht foro division adjoined
W. H. Smith, Loden und others.
Terms of Sale-One third cn-di, balance in
ono and two years, credit portion secured by
bond and mortgagoof premises, purchasor to
pay ostra for papers.
D. llicmann ot al, ngainst F L. .Maxwell,
et ol-Complaint for Foreclosure
ALL that Piece, Pared or Tract of Land
situate, lying and hoing in tho County
and State aforesaid, bil Toxaway Creek, nd?
I joining lands Of J. I). Hogan, Mrs. Julia S.
Mnxwcll, Jackson Dunton and others, hoing
all tho tract convoyed to F. L. Maxwell by
8, E. Maxwell by deed dated 12th of May,
18G0, oxcept ono hundred and forty noros of
said Tract off of tho Northwesterly part
conveyed by F. L. Maxwell to Julia S. .Max
well, containing four hundred and ono noros,
moro or less.
Terms of Sale-Ono third cash, balanco in
two equal annual installment*, sojurod by
bond and mortgage of premises, crodit por
tion to bear compound interest, purchasor to
pay extra for papers.
John. W. Gibson, Administrator ct al,
ngainst Eliza P. Cain ct al-Complaint for
ALL Ihat Piece, Parcel, or Tract of Land
sit?alo, lying and being in tho County
and Stato aforesaid, on tho North sitio of (ho
middle prong of Rig Ucnvordmn Crock, ad
joining lands of J H. Sitton,. T. L. Oibs-in,
ll. P. Karlo and others, containing two hun1
(ind and four acres, moro or loss.
Terms of Sale-Ono half cash, balanco in
ono year, with bond and mortgago of prom -
ises, purchaser to t av extra for papors.
Scptombor 7, 1882. 42-4t.
ST AT li OP SOtt?Ti?I CJ AHOCINA,
I> Y vir tue of tho power conferred on tis in Iwo
) mortgages given to us respectively by Gu?
0. Arve, viz : A first mortgage given to J. C.
Micki cr on the Otb day of March, 1882, and n
second mortgage given to Croyne, Doy Isl on &
Co on thc 8th day of March, 18812, of a.Traot
of Lam! hereinafter described, wo will proceed
al public auction on the Hist MONDAY in
October next, within the legal hours of salo, in
Walhalla, al thc Court II ouse, in Goonoo county,
S. C., to sell to tho highest bidder nt publia
oulcy Ibo Tract of Land described in said
morl(;nges as follows:
All that Piece, Parcel or Tract of Land'
situate, lying nnd being in the County of Oconeo
and Stole nforesail!, adjoining lands of L. D.
Chambers, Duffie and others, on Doran's crcok,
Waters of Chunga creek, containing twp hun
dred (28H) and eighty six acres, moro or less,
being Hie same Tract of Land bought hy Ibo
mortgagor from Mary HalcbrooUs and Miles
THUMS OF SALIC-CASH.
J. C. MICKI,KU,
CRANE, HOYLETON & CO.,
il. A. II. GI ?SON,
Agent and Attorney for Mortgagees.
September 7, 1882. 42 4t
BRIDGE TO LET.
VJOTIOE is hereby given Hint thc undersigned
Ii County Commissioners of Oconeo county
will be present nt Ibo Eridge on Lillie River,
hoar Mrs. Morgan's, on tho 22d of Soptombcr,
J 882, and ul tho ll orso Shoo Hridgc nn Chaugny
on tho 28ll of September, 1882, for thc purpose
of lotting to tho lowest responsible bidders tho
rebuilding of said Hrldges. Specifications,,
plans, eco., will be shown on Hie day of lotting?
out said hr'hlires. Witness our hands nud scalai
September 2, 1882.
f^^-t M. NICHOLSON,
\ L.S. } W. W. MOSS,
l~r~ J J. R. STEELE*
Commissioners Oconeo county.
J. S. VKIINMI, Clerk H. C.
September 7, 1882, 12 84