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PUlJLIfiHKU EVERY THUR??AY MOUNINO.
J A YNES, 8HELOR, OM ITH A ST?OX.
J. W. 8HBLOU, f K'm' 1 1 vm- \ J. A. BTJiCK.
SUBSCRIPTION, *1.00 PER ANNUM.
'' AOVERTI8INQ RATES REASONABLE.
WALHALLA, S. C. t
THUKHOAVj AUOI'HT it, IStttt.
A CONTENTION AS TO AUTHORITY.
Tho last session of tho Gonoral ABBOIII
bly passed an Act permitting tho Hoard
of County ConiniiBsiouori. of this com ty
to niako tho following lovy for county
For ordinary cy un ty purposes, 2} mills.
For COlirt c.(penses. .} lut?b
For past liulobtednoss -. 1J mills.
For roads. J mill.
Total. 6 mills.
Tho Hoard of County Commissioners,
in their wisdom, decided this levy in
Bufllclont to moot their oxponses and
ordered tho County Auditor to iuev*> is?
tho lovy so ns to mako it as follows, to
For ordinary county purposes, ii} mills.
For court oxponses. J mill.
For past indebtedness. 1} mills.
For roads. 1 mill.
jap" Communications of a porsoual
character ohorged for OB advortlsoniont*.
jSG?r* Obituary UOIICOB and tributos of
roBpeot, of not over ono hundred words,
win be printed freo of charge All over
that nuinbor must be paid for at tho into
of ono cont a word. Cosh to accompany
Making a total of. fi.} mills.
Wo do not intend to express an
opinion now as to tho light of tho
Hoard of County Commissionors to
thus Incroaso tho county levy, but|
wo aro decidedly of tho opinion
that no such power should bo
voatod in any Hoard of County Commis
sionors. Should thc Supervisor and his
Hoard bo given snob authority then it
could bo as profligate as it may in tho
??xp end i turo of public funds and cover
its oxtravoganco by an increase In tho
lovy of taxes on tho overburdened peo
If tho Hoard can increase tho levy au
thorized by tho General Assembly by a
half mill, then it cnn raiso it two, throe
or any number of mills to moot tho
omorgoncy croate<l by said Hoard.
Wo aro porsuaded that the tax-payers j
will not bo overjoyed at this assumption
of authority by tho County Hoard, no
mattor what thoir advice on tho subject
"HIS DUTY TO HIS CLIENT."
Romarkablo Speech ol Lawyer Harmon at thc
Funeral ol Luotrjort.
OlHOAQO, Ii.i.., July SO.-Thousands of
poisons nttondod to-day the funeral of
Adolph Luetgert, tho wife murderer,
who diod at tho .Juliet penitentiary.
Prominent in the group about Hie bier at
tho Northwest Turner Hall were l.uet
gort's threo children, near a Moral pillow
With tho inscription, "Our father's
Words, '1 am innocent.' " Low.vonco
Harmon, former counsel for I.uotgort,
delivered an address, at the closo of
which ho said:
"Ho is dead, but bis wife lives. 1 call
upon Louisa Luetgert, tho missing
woman for whom ho Buffered, without
oven saying an unkind word of her, to
como forth and remove the unmerited
statu from thc namo of tho father and
ITU KTO BUT1 S CON r HSSION.
CHICAGO, July 80.- Adolph Luotgort's
sudden death in tho penitentiary at Jol
iot on July 27 has brought to light the
fact that Stato's Attorney C. S. Dinccn
has had locked up in the vaults of tho
Criminal Court building for two years
tho statomont mado by Luetgert to a fel
low-prisoner ill tho jail, lt was sworn
to by tho latter at the tim?! before the
Stato's Attorney. From tho document
it would appoar that Luetgert ORked bis
wifo to go with him to tho sausage fac
tory ofOco on tho night of May 1, istrj.
Sho refused. This angered bim, and
during tho qi-arrol that followed he gave
her a violent kick in tho side. This ren
dorod her unconscious. Luetgert ex
pected oho would come to, but she did
not. Soeing that she had died ho de
posed of hor body in the factory vat.
About ono month ago my child, which
is fifteen months old, had an attack of
diarrhoea, accompanied by vomiting. 1
gavo it such romcdies as are usually
given in such eases, but as nothing gave
roliof wo sent for a physician, and it was
under his caro for a week. At this time
tho child had been sick for about ton
days, and was having about twenty-five
operations of tho bowels every twolvo
hours, and v? o were con vin? tai that unless
it soon obtained roliof it would not live
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Komcdy was recommended, and I
decided to try it. 1 soon noticed achango
for tho bettor. Hy its continued uso a
comploto euro was brought about, and it.
is now porfcclly healthy.-C. L. Boons,
Stumptown, (Himer county, W. Va. For
salo by J. W. Heil, Walhalla; W. J. Lun
ney, Soneoa; H. H. Zimmerman, West
Vah?os His Find at $1,000
On Sunday night, 2?'ld instant, Mr. A,
A. Atkins, who lives in tho Mt. Tabor
section returned from church about ll
o'clock and went to bed. Some time be
tween night and day he and his wife
heard a baby crying and thought it wa?
thoir own, but found it sound asleep,
Later they hoard it again, and located il
this timo on their front piazza, and ai
examination revealed to thom a lim
hoalthy baliy boy, about two mont lu
old, well dressed in a baskot, and a bas
kot of oxtra clothing beside lt, all ol
which had boon plac?!d on t hc' piazzi
stealthily by some unknown parties.
Tlioy took caro of tho little stranger, an?
lu thc morning found buggy tracks com
lng from ono direction and leaving ii
another. These tracks were taken ii|
and followed in both (ll root lon s by sepa
rato parties until they met at a certain
point in Oconco count y to Hu? westward
about 15 miles from Mr. Atkins', an?
near tho county lino. The baby wai
takon chargo of by Mr. Warren Pritchari
and his wife who live near by, ami win
have boon marrie?l some 15 or ld year:
and aro childless. Mr. Pritchard earn*
to town Wednesday and took steps ti
adopt tho child legally. Ile is dolightecl
with his lind, and says he would not I nk?
$1,000 for it.-Anderson Advocate, Jlllj
- ,?,. - .
Dr. Ploreo's Pleasant Pellets euro con
fttipatlon, Ciao it positively, certainly
infallibly. Curo it so it stay? cured
Curo it so you can stop taking medicine
And that is something that no othoi
remedy lu tho world will do.
I I I KIHI IIMI ?I .ill .HUI? I ? t^??>l??. ??""I'
PRA?HER'8 BRIDQE AGAIN.
.,r. Vx^zrxr.r. Oces Wo? Think Con*
shintos tho County Board.
. Messrs. Editors: As Btatod boforo, that |
I would, in tho near futuro, roply to Mr.
II doy's vory loamed division o? tho]
Pruthor bridge quostion, tho ..Jaw,"
"moans" aud "polloy" at ?BSUO, I now|
do 80 :
Ho asks if tho Oommlssionora of Ooo
nco couuty iuwo any authority to tax tho
pooplo to build a bridgo in .Huber sham
county, Ooorgla, aud says: "liemcmbcr,
now," (italics mino), "that tho low water
mark on tho South Carolina eldo of Tu
galoo river is tho dividiug lino botween
tho two States named abo vu, houco tho
board's authority stops nt tho wator's
Tho law says-Roviscd Statutos, Soo-1
"From tho Stalo of Ooorgia South
Carolina is divided by tho Savannah
river from its ontranco into tho ocean to
thc confluouoooi tho Tngaloo aud Seneca
rivers, t?ic.-i j? by tho couiluonuo of ?ho
Ttigaloo and CSiattooga rivors, tbonoo by
tho Chattooga rivor to tho North Caro
lina lino aforesaid, in tho thirty-fifth
dogroo of North latitude, tho lino hoing
low water mark at tho Southorn shoro of
tho most Northern stream of said rivors
whoro tho middle of tho rivors is brokon
by islands, and tho midd lo thread of tho I
stroan! when tho rivor Hows lu ono |
stream or volume."
"Itomomber, now," that tho middlo |
thread of tho rivor is tho lino at Pro
flier's bridgo, and that Mr. Maloy doos|
not know tho law.
"liomombor, now," that Mr. Unley |
docs not know whoro tho "board's au
Tho next question Mr. Haloy asks is:
"Aro tho pooplo ablo now to boar tho
taxation to robuild tho bridgo, ospooially
when ho 'remembers' tho county ia al
ready some )ivo thousand dollars in dobt,
placed on us by a provfous administra
"ltomembor, now," that tho Prattler's
bridgo was built by a contract with
Ilaborsham county and with sundry citi
zens of Oconco who put tnonoy into it to
tho amount of somo aovon hundred and
fifty dollars, and tho contract with Hab
orsham county was solomnly and legally
outorod into by tho representatives of I
each county, and duly signed and wit
nesscd at tho roBidonoo of Col. Wilborn,
near tho bridge, and tho parties who
signed tiio contract to build tho bridgo
and keep it in repair aro still living and
the Legislature cannot annul or do away
with that contract, nor tho Supremo
Court, nor any other court (oxcopt it
might bo Judge Haley's court, .ludgo
Haley presiding, and Judgo Haley plain
till', A c.,) can Bot asido tho contract ox
copt for cause, and Ibero is no cause and
tho contract must stand. Ilaborsham
county can go on and build tho bridgo
and sue Oconco and make us pay our
part, of tho expenso and costs.
"Itomombor, now," that this will hoi
harder to do "with t-eont cotton" than'
to repair tho bridge, and, "romombir,
now," also, that tins idontical samo Mr.
Haley was a star of tho first magnitudo
in tho "previous administration" that ho
says placed this fivo thousand dollar
debt on us. Mr. Haloy "romombers"
there are plenty of public bridges and
jood fords accessible, and that tho peo
ple are poor, and do not pay much taxes
near l'rathor's bridge, and that tho
bridge is no uso, but does not say why
private citizens, being poor and sparsely
settled, should put their banda ill (heir
own pockets, and pay about ono-half of
thc cost of this exponsivo and usolcss
bridge. Whoro has any other people in
the county dono as much'.*
The Tngaloo Valloy, from Fort Madi
son to Rrasstown, has had only ono
chango in its roads in twenty years, and
that to tho value of $71. Still ho "re
members" "tho amount of money tho
county now bason tho uppor Tugalooby
reason of Ibis samo l'rathor's bridgo."
Tho Tngaloo Valloy from Kort Madi
son to Hrasstown has novor had a con
vict on its public roads. Tho Tugaloc.
Valley from Fort Madison to Hrasstown
has never had tho road machino in its
midst. Still wo arc berated bocauso, for
sooth, wo dare open our mouths and ask
for a portion of our rights. Ile goes on
to say our people, who baye sons at
Ciel iRon, (our own college), pay toll to
go to soo thom, ovor Havonel's bridgo.
Can anyone tell who Mr. Maloy' calls
his own pooplo, or who ho thinks owns
Clemson College? Ho calls it their own
college He evidently does not moan tho
people on thc upper Tngaloo or Chat
tooga, for all tlioy have been paying taxes
for its supporta long timo, and also havo
paid taxes to build a $:i,f>00 iron bridgo
at tho lower end of tho Clemson place,
and havo not ni ado as much fuss about
it as Mr. Haloy has about repairing one
half of l'rathor's bridgo at a cost of say
Friends, whon you go to donison, go
by tho iron bridge. It ia the best way,
and tlioy don't chargo toll.
As for tho-if not ungentlemanly-at
least unwarranted and uncalled-for per
sonal flings Mr. Haloy choso to maka at
me, I would say that 1 havo been in Oco
nco county as long as Mr. Haloy has, and
I pay taxes in Hahersham and ho docs
not, and am in need of a bridgo to the
Scott place as much as Mr. Haloy a
graded and macadamized road > Haley's
storo. I have had nothing to lo with
bankrupting tho county, havo always
paid my just debts, havo holpcd build
two free bridges that Mr. Haloy and tho
peoplo have boon using a long timo.
Mr. Haloy says, in conclusion, that "it
would ho a pleasure for mo to build
them Ibis bridge could I conscientiously
bell OYO that tlioy woro not better pro
vided for in tho way of free crossing than
tho remainder of tho county, and if I
could do KO without Invading our air' ady
over-burdened tax-payers with a tai: too
heavy to bo borne, to justify tho outlay,
and, further, provided I could do so
legally." That is, perhaps, tho most
egotistical and solf-conccitcd paragraph
I have road in a long time. Mr. Haley
seems to think or suppose there is nono
ll but "I." Ho seems not to "romornbor
now" that there aro two other goM lernen
on tho board, of equal authority wit h "I,"
and equal, if not superior, in intelligence
with "I," and equal, if not superior, in
other ways with "I." Prom tue way he
uses the "I" one would think tho tiling
was sottlod, but I hopo ho will get II?H
eyes open and seo the law, tho justice
and the right, and join in with us and
rebuild the bridge. I confidently believe,
tho board, ora majority of the sanie, will
do so, and end the trouble.
Very truly, A. ZIMMKUMAN.
Tho Kev. \V. B. Oor.tloy, of Stockbridge,
On., while attending to his pastoral
duties at Ullenwood, that Stato, was at
tacked by cholera morbus. He says:
"Hy clianco 1 happened to get hold of n
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhea Romody, and I think it
was tho means of saving my life. It re
lloved me at once For salo by J. W,
Hell, Walhalla; W. J. Lunney, Sonoca:
IL lb zimmerman, Westminster.
Trjc NEWS FROM NEWRY.
I??*) tlfM>>; ||? ?Jvl?<.. -??"?.!?? ?iiA?Hrtt}? A?fciid.
Distinguished Families of Old Plokvns.
NEWKY, S. Ok, July 20,-Editora Koo
woo Courlor : li you -will allow* mo spaoo
lu your most worthy paper ? will Rive
you a few dots from this portion of our
county and will ask a few questions for
When was Old Picken? first laid off,
>\ud by whom?
I was tboro sorao tinto nineo and the
thought ooourrod to mo, who was tho
poison that first laid off thin now defunct
old place',' Mr. J, Bennett lilli's nioo
homo and farm is about tho only vernal li
ing vostogo of what Old Plokons once
was. It was on this now old rod hill,
overlooking tho oloar and limpid waters
of tho Koowoo rivor and tho blue aud
distant mountains looming up far be
yond that onoo could bo found tho busy
merchant, tho sohool teacher, tho black
smith, tho farmer, tho lawyor and tho
editor. It was boro that onoo rosidod
some of 'r.'yi*. r.ir.t'.v.guiBhoa families
of tho thou' oui ire district, such mor.cn
as tho Nortons, Ilogooda, Alexanders,
JTnloorahs, Kennedys, )<awronoos, Carys.
Keiths, Craigs, Kobiusoo, Wiokliffos,
Coutts, Polda, and last, but not least,
your own Col. Pobort A. Thompson, who
rando Tun KKOWKK COUIUKH, away baok
in tl lose primitivo days, and si: ?ce, a ?wel
come visitor to many a flrcsido. Tho
high moral standard of tho pap or, I ara
glad to soo, is still maintained bv tho
Tho flrat nowspnpor your soribo roraotn
bora ovor sooing was Tins KKOWIS:: COU
nncn. It was thou odltod by Col. Robt.
A. Thompson and published at Old Piok
ons. That was ovor thirty-Aye years
ago. I was thon only a child. So lt was
that on tho day I paid this dilapidated
placo a visit tho thought occurred to mo
that J would writo TIIR COUUIKK a short
lottor about my visit and express a fow
of tho many thoughts that occurred to
Who woro tho first oflloiala? Whon
waB tho first court convonod? What
Judgo prositlod? Who wna tho llrst por
Bon hangod there? While standing on
that old'rcd hill theso thoughts oamo to
mc as woll aB moro solemn ones. Whore
aro tho peopla who onoo livod tboro?
tho NortoiiB, Carys, Poids, Koiths, IIol
comba, Thompsons and Hagocd8. All,
I tiiink, bavo passed ovor tho di.rk rivor,
oxcopt Col. J. E. Ilngood, "Clerk of tho
United States Court, with his home in
lMckoiiB and Charleston, and Col. Pobt.
A. Thompson, now residing at Walhalla,
and practicing law. Those faots show
us that wo, too, must BOOH follow, and
constrains UB to say:
Other mon our stroots ?hall fill,
Othor mon our fields shall till,
A hundred yoars to como.
TUR T.OOAI. NKW8 AU0UT NKWAY.
Now, with a fow words about Newry
wo will closo.
First, tho Courtenay Manufacturing
Company has in course of erection, by
Mr. 1?. lu Hoggs, a largo and commodious
school house. Whon finished it will bo
quito an addition to our placo, ns woll as
to om educational advantages.
Mr. Albert Noblott lost a small child
not long sinco.
Dr. Lewis Cray, of Soneca, was with
us not long sinco.
Dr. Prank Ashmore, our local physi-i
ciao, Booms to bo on tho movo, looking
after his patients. /
Mr. James L. Burley loft a short wh?lo
sinco for Naahvillo, Tenn., where ho will
outer Prof. Draughon's business Collogo,
with Mr. II. F. Whitmiro, who loft boro
sumo throo months ago.
Whon Mr. J. T. Cronshaw, our eflleiont
livery stable man, gets into his new sta
ble, which tho Courtenay Manufacturing
Company is building for him, wo will bo
all right on that lino. '
After a protracted drought wo bavo
had an abundanco of rain. ANON.
City Cotton Crop-6,000 Balos.
Hon. J. M. Kirk writes from Moravia,
Texas, to tho Scbulonborg Stickor, under
dato o? April 10th last: "My farmer
frion'.s, look at ovory cotton platform as
yon pass hy and you will seo tho prosont
(square) halo standing on its hoad with
from two to four great gaping wounds at
tlio morey of those who want to pilfor.
Tho number of bales in Texas takon
from tho original runs up into tho thou
sands. T romombor during tho SOBSlon
of tho last Logislaturo, whon tho bill
known an tho Compress Pill was hoing
discusser' in tho committee room, a gon
1 lc 11 ian from Galveston, who was oppos
ing tho n.casuro, in answor to a question
asked by mo (ono of tho committco) how
many bales of cotton woro rando by thc
compresses in Galveston that woro takon
from tho original bales compressed tboro,
said, 'About six thousand bales.' " And
yet thoro aro th oso who decry tho Ameri
can Cotton Company's Uoundlap halo,
from which thero is not ono ounco ol
wnsto, and which reaches tho mill ox
actly as it loaves tho prosa.
Foarful Railroad Wrock.
Owing to a landslido brought about as
a rOBUlt of a cloud-burst and heavy storm,
near Packawaxon, N. Y., on July 20, twe
trains on the Brio Railroad wore wrecked,
two porsons killed and twenty-throt
seriously injured. A freight train o:
sixty cars was dorailod, and before th ow
was time to givo warning a Chicago ox
press, running at tho rato of f?? miles ar
hour, dashed into tho wrecked froight
Tho accident occurred at midnight. Al
tho injured wore passengers on tho ox
press. Tho two killed woro tho onginooi
and fireman on tho froight.
Dr. Piorco's Golden Medical D?BCOVOIJ
will euro t)8 por cent, of all casos of con
sumption if used according to directions
lt also ouros all lingoring coughs, bron
oliioal and throat affections. Tboro ii
no reason why the child of consumptivi
parents noed ovor bavo consumption i
its blood and lungs aro strengthened b?
tho propor uso of tho "Discovery." Al
who have any reason to four consump
Mon, should road tho ohaptor on Mia
disease in Dr. Pierce's Common Sonsi
Medical Advisor. This groat medica
work of 1008 pages, profusely illustrated
bas roached a salo of ovor 080,000 copies
ft will ho Bent freo of ehargo on rocoip
of 21 one rcni. stamps to cover cost o
mailing only. World's Dispensary Modi
ral Association, 0(i:i Main .Street, Buffalo
-? . -
Center Township Pension Roard.
OAK WAV, S. C., July 20, IfiflO.-Tin
; following old soldiers of Center Town
i ship met at Oak way pursuant to the cal
of J. C. Novillo, Chairman of tho Count;
Hoard of Pensions : W. M. Brown, J. P
Carroll, D. W. Fondloy, T. A. Gibson, P
Cain, J. A. Dickson, H. C. Owona, II. M
Harbin, James Mason and A. Kubanka
add proceeded to organizo by olooting W
M. Brown, Chairman, and J. J. Hnloy
Secretary. On motion, proceeded to
: ballot for throo raombora of Townshi]
I Pension Hoard, which resulted In tin
1 election of ll. C. Owona. W. M. Browi
' and J. J. Ilnloy. Thomomborsoloctmo
immediately after adjournment ara
> elected J. J. Haley, Chairman.
; W. M. BUOWN, Prosidont.
J, J. HAI.KY, Hoorotary.
THE NEWS FROM SENECA.
Improving tho Mineral Sprlnqa-l.tphttng tho 11
Town with Vapor Gas-?trar Nows. Ji
SKNKO?, 8. C., August l.-Tho citizons
have bo;m contributing - to a fund for tho
improvement of tho roinoral springe,
whloh have boen leased to Dr, W. F.
Austin, Messrs. F, M. Cary, J. H. Bryan I
and M. H. Stribllng. These gontloiuen
will attend to making tho improvements*
and have ohargo of tho spr)ugd, whloh
boon for Bomo time neglected. ; The water i
<: out ainu lino mod i oin ul proportion.
The connell bas ordered vapor gas, 1
with whloh it expect H to light a portion 1
of the town.
Tho Sonooa Township reunion Board
mot hore Saturday, reorganized add ro
lootod tho old board, consisting of Mr. I. :
D. Finoannon, chairman, and Messrs. ?
Jamen T. Hold and T. H. Stribllng. Mr.
I. D. Finoannon was elected from this
township to tho county board.
A pleasant lawn party was given in tho
park Saturday ovoning by tho little
KiobOB Roid, who^wlth tholr parouts,
havo been spending somo time nt tho
Ooonuo Inn, to tholr young f rionds. Tho
party lasted from 7 until 0 o'olook, tho
park hoing prottily lighted, and a Btring
band furnishing muslo, (?amen woro
playod, and ono of tho young hoatossos,
beautifully drosscd in white silk, danced
tho skirt dance gracefully. loo cream
and oako woro sorvod.
On Monday ovoning tho young sot en
joyod a soolablo at tho hospitablo homo
of Dr. and Mrs. K. A. Ilinos.
Prof, and Mrs. E. L. Ilughos and ohil
dron, c? Greenville, spent scvornl hours
in town Monday returning to tholr homo
from Walhalla, where Prof. Ilughos so
nfllnlnntly superintended tho County
Minn Nellie Porcher, of Atlanta, is
I visiting her slstor, Mrs. J. P. Glgnilllat.
Mr. J. W. Stribllng lins roturnod from
a delightful wook spout In tho moun
Mlsso8 Mary Orr and Margio MoCully,
of Anderson, and Mr. Sam Bonnott, of
Groonvlllo, and Mr. Christio Botmoit, of
Charloaton, formotl a ploasant mountain
party who woro in town Sunday night.
Qonornl Moore, of Hampton, visited his
daughter, Mrs. E. A. Hines, last wook.
Miss Nollo Harris, a protty and intelli
gent young lady from Townvillo, is visit
ing M?880S Christino and Ino/. Dickson.
Mr. Hilton 1 lohnen bas roturnod to his
homo at Marietta.
MisB Lidio Kol th, of Walhalla, is visit
ing Misses Carrie and BCBSIO Hollo Sholox*.
Miss Lucy Mooro, of Hampton, is
sponding a month with nor stator, Mrs.
E. A. Dinoa.
Mr. Nino Maxwell, of Andorson, spout
Sunday night tho guest of Mr. George
Mrs. Martha Cary is visiting tho family
of hor son, Mr. P. M. Cary.
Miss Annio Maxwoll, of Walhalla, is
tho guost of Miss Stolla Finoannon.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Stokos Stribllng and
ohlldren loavo this wook for a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Poid havo loft
tho Oconoo Inn, af tor a stay of about a
month. Mr. Poid was working in tho
interest of tho National Union, an order
?f which ho organized boro.
Mr. Ruskin Anderson is opening up a
storo in tho building noxt to Mr. W. A.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Todd woro "at
homo" to a intmbor of tholr young
friends Monday ovoning.
Miaacs Mario, Mattio and Sadie lluff
mnnu and Master Prank I lull 'mann aro
in Soneca for a whilo.
Mias Mary Swann lins roturnod from
Walhalla, where abo was delighted with
tho toachors' school, tho toacnors, Wal
halla and tho Walhalla pooplo.
Pov. W. T. Capers did not lill hid ap
pointment boro Sunday, owing to tho
aad death of his brothor-in-law, whoso
funoral waa hold au Columbia on Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strother havo issued
invitations to an "At Homo" Wednes
day ovoning, givott in honor of their
charming guests, Misa Strother and Miss
Annio Vernor. MA ru E. SWANN.
No Right to Ugliness.
Tho woman who is lovely In faco, form
and tcmporwill always have frionds, but
ono who would bo attractive must koop
hor health. If sho is weak, sickly and
all run down, sho will bo norvoua
i und irritable. If sho has constipation
or kidney troublo, hor impure blood will
Cf.V.H" ifraplo!?, nintr>lmp( skin ovnnt.irm
and a wrotchod complexion. Electric
Uittora is tho best medicino in the world
to regulate stomach, livor and kidneys
and to purify tho blood. It gives strong
nerves, bright oyes, smooth, volvoty skin,
i rich complexion. It will mnko a good
, looking, charming woman of a run-down
invalid. Only 50 cont s at all drugstores.
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MONTICELLO, S. C., July 81, 1809.
Tho gobion wedding of Pov. and Mrs.
li. S. Lupo was eolobrated Wednesday,
July 20th. A host of frionds and rela
tives woro present to share tho happiness
of tho family. Mr. Lupo is 73 years old.
Mrs. NancyS. Lupo will ho 71 on the M th
of August noxt. All of tho children
' woro prosont, oight in number, and 2(5
grand-childron. Sixty pooplo woro pro
1 sent. Congratulatory addroBSoa woro
? dollvorod by Pov. M. S. Banks and E. A.
McDowell. A poom writton for tho oc
casion by Mrs. E. P. Scott, of Longtown,
S. C., was recited by Miss Susie Yar
borough. Responsive add ross by Pov.
j E. S. Lupo; prayer by Pov. M. S. Banks.
Thou followed touching nddrossos by tho
children. At thc conclusion of whloh
tho rotativos and friends all partook of n
nico dinner. Aftor dinner photographs
t wore takon of tho family and children,
- according to ago. Afterwards photo
. graphs woro tnkon of tho family with
~ thoir visiting frionds. Mr. W. A. Peok
1 ling, of Columbia, was tho artist, and n
f good ono ho is, too. Wo aro groatl$
"J blessed to havo such a noble man and
wife spared to livo in our midst. Brothel
t. biipo is very attentive to tho sick in bb
j old ngo, as ho is always soon in tho homet
of thoao in trouble. Ho proachos to nt
' ovory first Sunday in tho Monticello M,
t E. church.
. A protracted mooting has just closed
at tho Monticello M. E. church. Throe
' woro added to tho church. May Ood
bless and atrengthon their faith.
A union mcoting was hold at Hock-,
Crook Baptist church on Saturday and
A protracted mcoting will commonct
. at Uittlo Pivot* Baptist olin rob on tho first
Sunday In August. Wo hopo to havo fe
/ glorious meeting. Pov. E. A. MoDowol'
. is our pastor and ho preaches somo abb
Wo had a good -mason last wook whlel
. was badly needed. It will holp corn
, somo and gardons.
Miss Jamo Roberts lins returned fron
Columbia whoro sho spent a nico time
' with frionds and relativos.
9 Messrs. P. W., if. Q. and B. Y. llor?n
[) loft for Columbia last Wednesday whore
they aro engngod in building housos foi
tho now cotton mill at that plnoo. Wc
wish them groat success,
t Mrs. Ella K. Heron and bnhy ara spend
l lng a while with hor slntor-fn-law, Mrs,
Mattie Horon. Tholr baby in a bright
ton months old lillie boy.
Your scribe, ir.
Ill III? il I nj iPIWnUti? mam
LETftR FROM WASHINGTON.
ic Gil? ??ol; anil Dull-Funny Things Hip?
p?ii, HowtAar, to Rolfovothe Monotony.
WASHINGTON, D. C., July20.-Editors
Courier: This must bo tho dullest and
hottest town ou the map. Mut for gut
ting down now streotrailway traoksthoio
Is no dlvoielou from tho old song.
am now stationod near Ford's old
play house, whore President Liuoolu wns
killed. Whilo lu conversation not long
Blnoo with a member of Congross from
Kentucky I hoard tho following yaru on
tho old man: During tho war bot.w^on
tho States a lot of Union ofllcors carno on
boro to protest ngaiuHt tho rapid promo
tion of Con. Grant. "Why, Mr. Prosi
dent," said ono of thom, "Gon. Grant is
a drinking man and has of ton boeu seen
OU tho field of bal tie under tho inlluonco
whiskoy." Lincoln, altor listoulng to
thom vory attontivoly, said: "Do any o?
you goutlomcn hnppon to know what
spooial brand of whiskoy Cou. Grant
drinks? If so, ploaso wrlto it down, as
I wish to ord or a lot of it atonoo and
distribute it ninon-j others of my ofll
cors." It is claimed thopo West Pointors
Elihu Hoot, Soorotary of War, was born
a poor boy at Clinton, Onolda county,
N. Y., Fobruary 16,18-?5; taught a country
sohool to pay his way at tho University
Law Sohool, Now York, but was at tho
hoad of his profession in that State.
Yoars ago ho was oounsol for Tweed and
Ingersoll during tho oxposuro of the
Twood ring, and has boon counsol for
Joy ^ouldj J migo Hoary Hilton and
other notables of that city.
Tho Philippine war goos on, and tho
omi is not yet.
1 soo idiat a few of tho South Carolina
volunteer;-, received appointments as
second lieutenants for duty in tho Phil
People boro from tho North and South
aro waiting to hear from Unelo Joe
I havo a lot of good onos on somo of
tho South Carolina oontingont and have
thom snltod down for future roforonco.
Thoy aro rich, rar? and raoy.
All of our boys aro well. I got to soo
thom, or nearly all of thom, about onco
An interesting incident happened one
ovoning recontly at a big dopai tniont
Btoro near Sovonth stroot ami Market
Spaco, which was enjoyed by ail poisons
in tho vicinity savo ono. lt was about
tho timo of tho closing of tho Htoros, and
tho salesladies woro issuing forth and
wending their way homo for dinner. A
strcot vendor was standing near-uno of
those frosh young follows who soil song
papen and hollow forth all tho popular
airs to attract tho attention of passers-by.
"Sho Was Bred in Old Eon tucky,"
"Down in Sunny Toniiosseo," and other
of tho latest ballads woro sung out in bis
rhythmic fashion, and just ns a young
lady carno out of tho storo, ho orioil,
"Silo's tho Warmest Haby in tho Hunch."
When an admirer of tho young lady
stoppod to hor sido, ho continued, "Y on'ro
Up Against tho Real Thing Now."
Tho musical huckster had little time
to say moro, for tho young follow, like a
gallant knight of old, stepped up to tho
follow and doalt him a stinging blow
under tho jaw. Songs wont ono way and
tho owner tho other, and all landed in
tho gutter. Tho young lady, with hor
escort, thou proceeded on their way
unmolested, wliilo tho crowd laughed.
I give this littlo incident just ns it was
. by yours truly, j. Q. O.
To those living
in malarial districts Tutt's Pills
arc indispensible, they keep thc
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!
.-4 . ?
RRTURN, S. C., August I.-School
opened at Return Monday, July 24th,
under tho supervision of Prof. C. W.
Mooro. There woro sixty odd children
Wo havo had lino seasons and tho
crops aro looking well. Corn on small
water courses has been considerably
Mr. Lovis Knox and mother, of Mount ]
Tabor, woro visiting tho family of Mr.
W. K. Tannory, of Return, last wook.
Miss Gortrudo Aniick returned to her
homo at Greonwood last Thursday. Sho
is a handsome young lady and made
many friends during hor stay here
who regretted to seo hor leave. She is an
onergotic young lady and takes business
Mr. J. F. Martin, of Return, made a
flying trip to Andorson last Monday on
Tho little infant of Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Powell, of Anderson, WUB brought to
South Union Saturday, tho 29th July,
and was ontonibcd in tho Baptist cerne
tory at that placo.
Wo regret to chronicle tho serious ill
ness of Mrs. W. A. Powell herself. Mrs.
S. Waito, of South Union, grandmother
of Mrs. Powell, received a telegram yes
terday that Mrs. Powoll was at tho point
of death. Sho boarded the niuo o'clock
train this morning at Soncca for Ander
son. Mr. G. D. Waite recoived a tele
gram this morning that sho was still
Can wo intelligently uso the word
"Professor" whoa wo speak of a man
who is teaching or has taught school,
when such person has never taken a do
groo in a college or sominary ? [Answer:
No.-Ens. CO uni KU. ]
Q"iX7" A "Ti/T I )" ls not recommended for
O VV AlVAJL " ovorytblng; but I? yon
TWWYrn havo kidney, liver or blsd
liV/U X ilertraubloit will bo found
just tho remedy yon need. At druggists in Illly
couts and dollar sizes. Von may have a sample
hettie of this wonderful now discovery hy mall
free: also pamphlet telling al) alunit it.
Address Dr. Kilmer it Go., liing) amton, N. V.
Now, tho usual crinio looms up in
Washington, right under tho oyen and
noso of tho Fodeial government. A
young white woman, attomled by a malo
escort, was beset by a party of eight
negroes, who boat tho escort until ho
was unconscious, and thou all assaulted
tho woman. Tho police havo arrested
tho nogrooB. Wo wondor what thoy
aro going to do about it.-Gaffney (S. C.)
__--* . ---
Tho Host Remedy for Flux.
Mr. John Mathias, a well-known stock
denier of Pulaski, Kn., saya: "After suf
fering for over a week with llux, and my
physician having failed to relieve me, 1
was advised to try Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Dlarrluoa Kemndy, and 1
havo tho pleasure of stating that tho half
Of ono bottlo cured me." For salo by J.
W. Holl, Walhalla; W. J. Luhnoy, ?on
cea; H. H. zimmerman, Westminster.
- ? ?!?.??-- ? ,. y .
Admiral Dowoy's salary amounts to
$!17.u0 a day; Presldont McKinley's is
orpial to $UU a day; Cabinot officers,?ho
Vico Prosldont and tho Speaker 'of the
llouso got $2J.22 a day; Sonutors and
Congressmen *18.0o, and tho ChloP Jus?
tioe of i'... Oupromo Court $20 a day\
ACTS GENTIY ON THE
f,?ANSE5 THE $Y5TEM
evy THC GCKvmt ? p*ftrt*f a oy
+*fxm ?*?5S????? ??w?**
ro?5*uiwAUORviKi'sn? ptnu sot UKI-.nu.
Yellow Fcvor h Virginia.
NonroitK, VA., July ?ll.-Tho breaking j
out of yellow fever at tho Soldiers1 homo,
J lampton, and tho provalonco of an opi
domio oven before it was knovn that
there was a enso of yollow fovor lb tho
United States, is causing almost a panic
in oastorn Virginia and thousands of poo
plo, cspcciallytho Bummer guests at Old
Point, Nowport Nows, and other immodi
ato Atlantic resort?, nr'o Hocking to tho
northern and eastern cities for protec
tion from tho disenso.
Tho first aunouncemont of fovor at
Soldiers' Homo wns mado Inst night, and
with tho announcement carno tho start
ling statomont that ovor thirty cases ox
istcd and six had already died. At first
tho moro consorvativo wero inclined to
holiovo that, an opidomic of denguo or
"hreak-bono" fovor had been mistnkon
for yollow-jnck, but to day government
oxports settle theso skepticisms by declar
ing that tho diseaso is tho genuine yol
low fovor, and of a mnlignnnt type.
There have boon sovoral conllicting re
ports as to tho numbor of cases and
deaths, but, r.t 2 o'clock this af tornoon a
messago from Qovornor Woodwin, of tho
Soldiers' Homo at Hampton, says thnt
there have been tin co deaths from yollow
fever since yesterday and thirty cases
aro now under troatmont. Six deaths had
boen reported at 1 o'clock yesterday af
to.iioon, which nrakcB a total of nine
deaths and a total of ?0 eases.
Expert surgeons and immune nurses
are hoing installod and rigid quarantine
Tho most plausible theory of tho intro
duction of the diseaso is that tho germs
wore imported in transports that brought
Bick soldiers from Santiago.
UNCU; SAiYPs'liOT BATHS.
Thc Hot Springs of Arkansas, Via
thc .Southern Raliway,
Will oradicato from your System tho
lingering effects of grip and other ail
ments caused by tho sovoro winter, and
malaria, rheumatism, neuralgia, catarrh,
stomach, kidnoy, liver and nervous dis
orders, paralysis, blood and skin diseases,
and chronic and functional derange
ments. Tho mountain climato of Hot
Springs is cool and delightful in Bum
mer. Ono hundred hotols open tho year
For illustrated literature, coutnining
all information, address C. F. Cooloy,
Manager Husiness Men's League, Hot
For reduced excursion tickets and par
ticulars of tho '.rip, seo local ngont, or
address W.A.Turk, (Jon'l Pass. Agent
Southon) Hallway, Washington, 1). O.
Notice to Debtors and
ALI i poi sons Indebted to tho ostat o of
. Titos. H. Lawrence, deconsod, are
hereby notified to make payment to the
undersigned, and all persons having
claims against said estato will present
tho samo duly attested, on or hoforo thc
.Ith day of Snptombor, ISO!), or be barred.
JA MKS SKAHOHN,
Administrator Thos. H. Lawronco, do
August 3, 1800. 31-34
mill? NINTH SESSION will bogil
JL SKI'TKMnKU ITU, J800.
A li boral course at lowest cost.
Tho school building has boon onlnrgod
and tho teaching corps increased to in
sure most careful attention to ovorj
A lady tcachor will havo charge of thc
Tuition dm ?it- tho public tenn abso
Discipline kind but (inn.
Parents aro urged to have their chil
dren present at tho opening.
Monthly roports will bo sont to pa
For furthor information oall on or ad
dress JAS. M. MOSS, Principal,
Walhalla, S. C.
August :(, 1800. ;il-:it)
YOU give your houso and farm a goo<
cleaning up ovnr.y spring. Why no
give yourself ono, too? Your syatoti
needs it after going through the bau win
tor season as muon ns your housn doon
Wo have tho Medicino that does th
work, and does it well, too. lt contain
in every bottle all of tho host Drug
known to houseful ns ayatcm-ronovatoiH
Como and .nco, and lot us show it to you
and common sonso will do tho rost.
All it costs ia ROo. and 00c. a bottle
Von can't, afford to do without lt.
And if you are just getting ovor th
grip wo can help you in that, too.
lt coats us nothing to show you on
Modleines-. Itt fact, wo take plnasur
alwnys in doing lt,
SKNKOA, S. 0?
DO YOU THINK OF THiS?
A Ladies' Glove or Pebble Grain Shoe,
worth $1.00, for 70 Cents.
Como and BOO our new lino of Trunks.
A. #^.?O -^IfcTJNiK ITOR. #?.00.
A ?KW ALPINE HATS LEFT, WORTH *1.25, TO GO AT 08 CENTS.
Wo have just resolved a largo lot of Chairs-Hookers of every description.
A completo lino of Furnituro, suoh os Bedroom Suits, Bedsteads, Tables,
Bureaus, Washstands, &o.
COFFINS TWIMMMI> AT Ahh HOURS.
i J. & J. S. CARTER,
WKSTMINSTFIi, S. C?
OFFICE IN STABLE, WALHALLA, S. C.
CARTER & CO'S
SS THE PLACE TO SELECT
YOUR NEW P^ESS.
, Thoy havo tho Largest Assortmont and Prettiest kitto over shown in town,
snob ns Wash Silks, Potted Swiss, Fronoh, Pac!tlc. Felicia and Mulhouso Organ
dies, Scotch and Marquita Lawns, Skirt Goods, Suitings, Dross LinoiiR, Duoka,
Piques, I'oroulos and Dimitios. ,
You look and begin to want-wo price and you bogia to buy. Tho most fas
tidious can ploaso themselves in our Laces and Embroideries. Our stock ls largo
. . . SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! ...
Wo aro always up tn this lino. Can tit both your foot and pocket book with
styloH that aro sure to \ ;so.
Wolli our large Rt\/uk of Spring Clothing is just going so fast wo fear to mon
tion it, for it may nearly all bo gone whon you got boro unless you como BOOH.
Frosh Orooorios and a full Uno of Hardware always on hand.
Thanking all our customors for past patronage, and soliciting moro for tho
futuro, wo are, Vory respectfully,
O .A. T E ifc & COMPANY,
Sr5f""N. H.-Wo also have nlontv of tho Ilicrhost Grado Fortili/.ors on 1?HMA. -ABB
Notico of Trustoos' Mooting.
Tho public Trusteed of Riohland School
District, No. 10, will moot on tho 2d of
September next, to elect a teacher for
tho prosont soholnstio yoav. Tho public
school will bogin on October loth and
run for a torin of six months. Teachers
desiring a school will ploaso apply to
J. P. S?mni.iNU,
Chairman Hoard of Trusteos,
Richland, S. C.
Governor MeSwconoy has accoptod the
resignation of W. P. Snollgrovo, as Bupor
vior for Anderson county, to take olt'cct
on tho first of Soptombor. Mr. Snoll
grovo is going into tho oontoo mill busi
and Styles on
are not to be
1st. Our stock is comploto. You
can find any Stylo, Shapo and
Pilco you may want.
2d. Wo handle only Goods of estab
lished worth, and never lot a
"s1 Idy" shoo como in tho houso
if >.o know it.
3d, Our prices as low as any repu
table houso in business, and you
may dopend on gotting your
monoy's worth evory timo.
For the Baby,
For the Ladies,
For Young Men,
For Old Men,
Don't miss our sales on STRAW
DATS. You can buy thom cheap
and nono rosorved.
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SENECA. S. C.
I*. 8.-Don't fall to supply yourself
kc Linen Collars, tte. ouch;
dhmi, lc. each j Cuffs, i!o.
Walhalla, S. C.
O??lce two Doors East of Bank,
Ilouns : 8.:50 A. M. TO 1 r. M.. AND 2 TO 0
Mindi 21. 18(18._
OOM ic ami give him an opportunity to
show mid sell you.
Ihavonlotof goods that MUST CO. ^
I will not miss ninny sales on account of
Fruit Jars that MUST BB SOLD,
fruit or no fruit I
Put up anything that looks groon I
Plenty of oxtra llubbors for tho .lars,
5c. por dozon.
Very heavy lino of Ladies' Summer
Shoes that havo to ho ?old NOW I
Your "Irado" wanted.
You will bo treated ns courteously as
wo know how.
Seo him at
SENECA OR WALHALLA.
L. G. CRAIG.
STATS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, ).
COUNTY OF OCONKK. ?
BY VIRTUE of sundry executions to
nie directed by J. IL Kay, Treasu
rer of Oconoo county, I will soil, boforo
the Court llouso door, at Walhalla, S. C.,
on tho first MONDAY IN AIKIUST, it be
ing salcBflay, tho following desoribod
All that piece, parcel or tract of hind,
in Oconco county, S. C., In Soneca town
ship, containing forty aoros (IO), moro or
less, and hounded hy lands of J, IL Sit
ton estate, Henry Cox and-Living
ston os??ito. Levied 'MI ns tho property
Of John William?, p. c., at snit of tho
Stato for taxes.
AIRO, ?ll that plcco, parcel or tract of
hind in Oconco county, S. C., in Pulaski
I uwi isl lip, containing J 50 acres, moro or
loss, and bounded hy landa of Jacob
Hutt, -- Staudt tdgo estate and
Sullivan ostato and others. Levied on
ns tho proporty of John T. Carver at tho
suit of tko .Stnte for taxoB.
Tormsof Salo: Cash. Purohnsors to
pay extra for titles.
W. W. MOSS,
Sharl ff Oconco County.
July IS, 1801). 28-31
STATK OF SOUTH CAROLINA, \
OCONBK COUNTY, J
HY W. O. Winne, Ksrj.
To O. W. Wiecking:
(COMPLAINT having hoon mado unto
J moby Charles M. Nield that you
aro hidchtcd to him in tho sum of Sixty
Throe and-I I-UK) Dollars, on an account,
for goods, wares and morchandiso sold
and furnished to you.
This is, thoroforo, to ronniro you ? to
apponr boforo ino, in my ouico in Wal
halla, H. C., on tho twenty-first day from
tho sorvloo of this Summons, exclusivo
of tho day of sorvloo, at 10 o'clock, A.
M., to nnswor to tho snld complaint, or
judgment will bo given against you by
Dated April 20tb, A. I). 1800.
W. O. WI UTK, fSeal. \
ST KI HU NO A HKKNDON,
July fl, 1800, 27-3?