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Tho Colton Situation.
"What aro wo going to do if you mill
men take all tho cotton?1 ' asked n Ho
portor for Tho Nowa and Courier of
Capt. William A. Courtenay, of tho
Nowry Cotton Mills, yesterday. Capt.
CcurV".iay is not only ono of tho most
prominent of tho South Carolina manu
facturers, but ho is woll known boro as a
buainoss niau of keon foresight, and ono
who weighs woll bis words.
"Thoro is no question in my mind," he
said, "but that within a very fow years
tho cotton mills of South Carolina will
consume, ovory halo of cotton produced
In tho Stato. And what must Charleston
do ? Sho must turn hor eyes Westward
and tako a hand in tho enormous export
trado from that section of tho country.
Charleston must mako a strong bid for
tho grain shipments that are now going
around by somo loss direct route. Tho
v^port business of this city must look
for something besides cotton to sustain
On tho oxohnnges yesterday tho fool
ing was decidedly bluo. So far ns the
brokors and exporters wore ooncorned
them was almost nothing in Bight. "Wo
oro offering sovou cents all ovor tho inte
rior, but what docs that avail us whoo thc
mills in nomo section.; arc payiug 71?"
said a representativo of alargo exhorting
firm. "Just think of it, wo aro ready to
pay tho prico quoted in tho Now York
futuro market for January and Decem
ber deliveries. Tho report of tho crop
estimate from tho United States agricul
tural bureau received to-day gives tho
oouditions at 62.4 as compared with (JS.r>
last mouth. This dato last year the esti
mate was 75.4, for 1807 it was 70, and in
ISM) it wns 00.7. But as an indication of
how little this report is credited the mar
ket scarcely moved a point. January was
on tho Now York futuro market at
email@example.com, and after tho roport of tho
bureau had been published it was 7.00.
December opened firstname.lastname@example.org, and lingered
voryncar tho seven mark. The Liver
pool market was unchanged."
Thoro aro oight big steamers loading or
ready to load at this port, four by thc
Charleston Transport Lino and four by
tho Johnston Blue Cross Line. So far
Charleston has had no demurrage lo pay
and tho steamship mon hopo to escape
BUOh a contingency. With receipts like
yostorday's, however, it would seem
that tho evil might only ho postponed.
Tho railroads brought in 1,7^7 bales,
ogoinst 4,-180 bales this dato last year.
Tho receipts to dato aro 08,005 and to
this dato last year 80,077. The dift'er
onco in crop conditions make this dis
parity even moro notable.
"Tho Southern Railway is not helping
this port in tho matter of cotton re
ceipts," said a cotton man yesterday.
"Not that I mean to imply any wrong
dealing or anything that tho Southern
can avoid. It is just this way, you see,
tho Southorn owns roads all over thc
Stato and is obliged to make its through
ratos according to the rules of tho rail
road commission!. In consequence of
this tho mills buy cotton right at Char
leston's gateway and can alloid to pay
tho straight haul, whereas, when tho
South Carolina and Georgia was an in
dependent lino, they couldn't stand the
two locals. Just as an example I might
mention that tho Pacolet Mills, near
Spartanburg, took a hundred bales away
from our linn's buyer at Williston a few
days ago. This cotton had to come this
way and made a pretty long trip, but the
mill men will have it."
A roport was current to the o fleet that
Savannah was paying demurrage on seve
ral vcssols, and this looked as though
-Other places were not doing a great deal
of business. The receipts at Savannah
however, were several thousand above
Charleston, and tho steamship men here
woro not disposed to brag very much
Several vessels aro expected in within
tho next few days, and this will make tlx
cotton licet look very largo with receipts
of 2,000 bales and less per day.-News
and Courier, October IL
"I wish to oxpress my thanks to the
manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Roraody, for hav
i ng put on the market such a wonderful
medicino," says W. W. Massingill, of
Beaumont, Texas. There aro man}
thousands of mothers wllOSO children
have been saved from attacks of dy*u;n
tory and cholera infantum who st
also fool thankful, it is for sale bj J
W. Boll, Walhalla; W. J. Lummy, Sen
eca; ll. B. Zimmerman, Westminster.
A F?lal Quarrel About Hofjs.
' AUGUSTA, CA., October 17.-Jas. A
McElmurray was shot and instantly
killed last Thursday by his cousin, J. lt
McElmurray, sovcral milos below tho
city. Both aro white mon, well know
in this section, where thoy are connected
with many families. Tho trouble grow
out of tho trespass of hogs belonging to
Jas. MoKlmurray on Iii? cousin's place
and which tho latter had penned ti]
James, accompanied by a negro named
Sapp, wont after thom this morning, and
while ho was letting thom ont of tho pen
lils cousin canio on tho porch of his
house, fired a load of ?hot into him, and
gavo him a second barrol when ho wi
down. Throe ?bot? were fired at Sap])
who ran at tho first roport. Ile w?
struck by ono load of ?hot, and is in th
hospital In a dangerous condition. J. 1
MoKlmurray escaped to South Carolin
in a buggy.
That Throbbing llcndacho
: Would quickly loavo you, if you usc
Dr. King's Now Lifo Pill?. Thousands
of sufferers havo proved their matchlcst
merit for ?ick and nervous headaches
Thoy mako puro blood and strong nerve
and build up your health. Easy to tai?
Try thom. Only 25 couts. Money bar
If not cured. Sold by all druggists
Fatal Politics In tho Harem.
LONDON, Ootobor 17.--A special from
Buobnront Bays tho Sultan of Turkoy has
drowned in tho Bosphorus sovoral ladies
of tho harom, suspected of complicity
with mombors of tho Young Turkish
,\ . party.
IIIS YOUTH-DISPENSARY A8 STATE'S
AUGEAN RTAWLES-THHEE CHAPTERS.
THE IOU jgg IIS i?
Thieves of the m st Water-He Tells of Sup
posed Prlvato Conversations.
Ex-Dookkoopor Jl). A. O. Ou?ts, of tho
Matu .Dispensary lins commoucod his
threatened rovolatlons. Tho first in
stallment was published ou Ootobor 12th
and tho publio is glvon to understand
that thorn will bo moro to follow, By
way of introduction Mr. Ouzts says that
during his long connection with tho dis
pensary ho has observed a number of
things that ho know to. bo wrong. Ho
roportod those things as ho found thom
out to members of tho Hoard of ('ont roi.
Thoy, howovor, did not tako notion, aud
considering that Ita hnd dono ids duty,
ho did not soo fit to carry tho matter any
further. Ho ssys that on tho night of
tho 20th or 21st of Soptombor T. C.
Robinson had told him that traps woro
being laid for Douthit. Robinson was
at tho timo undor tho itdluoueoof liquor.
Ousts goes on to say that Chairman
Miles lo a "liar by his own confession,"
having onco said that ho had told moro
lies sinco ho became a mcmbor ot tho
State Hoard than bo bad told in all his
lifo boforo. Ho goos on to say that
Miles had given tho position of receiv
ing clork to hiB nophow, F, Elrnoro
Young, of Clinton, a young man who
does not oven know tho multiplication
table. Eurthormoro, on tho occasion
when visiting Congressmen woro enter
tained in Columbia, Milos, in violation
of tlio law, retailed from tho dispensary
$103.85 worth of champagno, wino, rum
1 and brandy, charging for it tho price
[ that is asked of dispensarios rather than
of consumers. Ho montions sovoral
other alleged shortcomings and promises
lo givo big sensations lator on. Tboro
is nothing in tho first' installment, how
ever, that is calculated to raiso much of
Coi.VMltlA, S. C., Octobor 18.-D. A.
G. OuztS bas given out chaptor two of
bis statement. It doals with Chairman
Hasoldon almost entirely, and Ou/.ts says
(hero will bo other chapters to follow
for sovoral days. Ile starts out by say
"I). Saoi ?v Sons, of Louisville, Ky.;
first bad John T. Gaston, ox-Acting
State Commissioner, as Stato striker,
striking tho board for ordors for thom.
Ho was paid for ono or two purposes,
and their regular drummer, Micklo, dis
charged Gaston during tho mooting of
the board. Gaston told mo that ho im
mediately left Micklo's room in tho Je
rome hotel and wont to tho board room
and called Mr. Cooper, monibor of tho
Stato Hoard, out, and told him of bis
treatment. Cooper went back into tho
board room and bad tho board to coun
termand an order for twonty-livo barrels
of whiskey which had boon given to D.
Sachs & Sons.
"The next deal Sachs A- Sons or their
drummer made with local strikers was
with young Evans, a cousin of J. Dudley
Hasoldon, then chairman of tho board.
This young man was scarcely 21 year old
and had never sold whiskey boforo and
'.nows just about as much about travel
ing for a wholesale houso as tho average
country youth, and they know nothing
about trade and couimorco. Ho could
never have gotten a job if he bad not
been related to tho chairman. Tho
strength of bis pull may ho judged by
the amount of bis and Gaston's orders
which amount to ?10,580.08. Tho amount
may bo larger tba.: this because all the
invoices may not have been posted when
this amount was taken from tho books."
Ou/.ts says liquors woroordorod from
Sachs as needed. Then ho takes up
Friedman, Keller & Co., who fought tho
dispensary law and had an opposition
store and shows bow they worked
through Maitines, of Charleston, and
then employed W. E. Jlluo, another
cousin of Haselden. Mr. Wno succeeded
in getting some good ordors and tho
amount of his pull ami that of Matthies
with J. Dudley Haselden, chairman, ad
vocating orders for bim, amounts to
$10,411) in ordors given.
"Alter the board passed resolutions
excluding local stiikcrs, Blue was turned
down by Friedman, Keilor & Co. and J.
Dudley Haselden decided that their
liquor was not as good as it was while
Rluo was with thom. At least bo gave
up advocating purchasing from Fried
man, Keller iv Co. and they have gotton
no moro ordors sinco.
"Just aftor tho death of Govornor
Kllorbo and about tho timo lloyd Evans
was leaving his ollico a drummor came
lo Columbia toa mooting of tho board.
Sprinkler represented tho Roidsvillo, N.
C., Liquor oompauy and was corralled at
tho Hrs! meeting he attended by W. Boyd
Evans, who got a job with him, and
upon Sprinkler's going befoio tho board
with Evans and telling thom ho bad em
ployed Evans to travel North and South
Carolina an order was given tho Roids
villo Liimor company. They got such a
large order that thoy had Homo difficulty
in lilling it-did not (ill it in time to get
another at tho next board meeting-but
have been given orders at evory meeting
since, it Evans over travolcd further
for them than from Marion hore to Co
lumbia it has never boon hoard of. Royd
Evans's pull amount? to $8,800.08 in
orders given, besides the Soptombor pur
chases. So much for takiug caro of
"Now, what about yoursolf, J. Dudley
Haselden, did you ever make this ro
mark, that you bad liquidated $10,000 in
debts sinco you had been a member of
the board ? Your salary, according to
tho published report of tho board, was
not $1,600. Bosidos these three cousin
liquor drummers, and before thom, J.
Dudley Haselden has his hrothor-in-lav.'
elected ono of tho inspectors, who hold
bis job several months, rosignod and
went back to college Aftor this J. C.
Moody, another cousin from Marion
county, was given tho inspection job.
Ho is still connected with the dispensary.
lt has boon asserted that Stelling was
given p. job as dispenser in Charleston
because M. lt. Coopor noodod bis influ
ence in tho city to help him in bis raco
for Secretary of Stato. J. I). I'oroival
was also given a dispenser's job in
Charleston about tho same time. Stell
ing was finally allowed to run a dispen
sary against tho voto of Mr. Doutbit
and Mr. Williams and they hold bim up
for thirty days and trie.I to provent Ston
ing from running a who'.osalo dispen
Ou/.ts says Haselden bought a oaso of
liquor lor tho legislators and paid for it
at wholcsaloprlcoB. Ho sayB Hasoldon
o?niK?f? U?> ive ouvviuoe nut earned; that
ho plays doublo lu tho'boor privilege
Frledmaud, Keilor & Co. olToisd silver
flasks for order of Are cosos o? c?solgoods
sud gue thu orders.
Ouzts asks Hasoldon: "At tho samo
timo were you not buying contraband
yourself ? viz : I. W. Harpor wbtekoy at
a dollar and eight couts per quart, tho
same prioo oharged to opt i ty dlaponscrs
aud thus tho town and county losing thoir
profits, and not paying ooah but having
it charged to your account? When you
would draw your pay for attondauoo
boro as chairman at tho ond of tho wook,
you would havo a bill modo out for it J
aud roooiptod, paying for tho aanio.
Not only this; did you not have full
oasoB of ohnmpagno opouod in the ?Stato
dfaponaary, tako out what you wautod
and pay for it, at pricoa oharged a county
diapouBary ? TMs you did whilo Viotor
niuo was hore, and you and ho drank it |
in tho board room.1'
OUAl'TKK Tl l lt KK,
Cor.UiiniA, S. C., Ootobor 14.- To-day
Bookkeeper Ouzts issuod auothor b-vtoh
of bia diaponsary revelations. Tho our
ront ohaptor rloals with Sooretary of |
Coopor, a former member of tho board,
with Ex-CommisBionor Vaneo '.nd with
the coso of former Mayor W. McBoo |
Sloan, whom ho BtyloB "X-Moyor Sloau,"
as a "looul striker" for whiskey houaos.
Ho charges Coopor with Booing that
purohaBos of liquor were niado from a
whiakoy houso by ono Gibbou, who rou
ted Cooper's farm for buying and Bond
ing out whiakoy during tho campaign un
Ho pays his rospoots to Captain Wobb
for not dosing up Caatollo, a Charleston
boer dispenser, when ordered to do BO
by tho board. Ho also charges tho clock
with violating tho rulo abom drinking
on tho promises.
Ho ohargos Colonol Vaneo with soil
ing contraband liquor to himself and
others. Colonol Vaneo is also charged
with "pushing" tho Hunter ryo whiskey.
Ho charges Colonol Vaneo also with
"loaning" BOIUO coal to William B.
Ho thou goos for ox-mayor Sloan ns a
"strikor" for a nutnbor of whist
houses. Ho charges that ovory ol?ort |
was mado to carrol tho diaponsary om
ployeos and make thom voto in tho last |
Tho fourth installment bf tho rovola
tions of X-Bookkeepor Ouzts was handed
tho press on tho 15th instant. Ho nl
logos a conspiracy among tho gouorals
of tho Stato dispensary army to over
throw tho Douthitards, and speaks of
tho "sccrot dossior." Tho cuiront in
stallment doals with Shipping Clork
Black's booking methods, and may bo ]
most appropriately termed tho "Polit
Noir" of thodocumonts rccontiy brought [
During tho winter of 1807 Mr. Jamos
Need, ono of tho leading citizens and
merchants of Clay, Clay county, W. Va.,
struck his log against a cako of ico in
such a manner as to bruiso it soveroly.
lt beenmo vory much swollen and pained
him so badly that ho could not walk
without tho aid of crutches. Ho was
treated by physicians, also used sovoral
kinds of lin i mont, and two and a half gal
lons of whiskey in bathing it, but noth
ing gave any relief until ho bogan using
Chambor!Mn's Pain Balm. This brought
almost a completo cure in a wtok's timo ?
and lie believes that had benet used this
remedy his lon would havo had to been
amputated. Vain Balm is unequaled for
sprains, bruises and rheumatism. For
salo by J. W. Boll, Walhalla; W. J. Lun
noy, Sonoca; ll. li. Zimmerman, West
THE NEWS FROM SENECA.
Sudden Death of W. A. Lowery-Tho Local
and Porsonal Nows Graphically Told.
SRNKC'A, H. C., October 18.-Tho sudden
death of Mr. W. A. Lowery, which oc
curred at 8 o'olook Sunday morning, was
a groat shock to his family and his many
friends. Mr. Lowery had been slightly
ill for about ten days prior to his death,
but was not considered soriously ill until
Friday afternoon at live o'clock. Dr
Hines, tho attending physician, discov
ered that ho was stricken with paralysis
Ho soon became unconscious and rc
maincd in that condition until his death
In tho death of Mr. Lowery Seneca
loses one of her most useful and rc
spected citizens. Public spirited, ho bal
over lieen identified with all that pei
tained to tho progress of our town sinco
its Iii st sett .lemont. Gonorous and kind,
his heart and hand wore evor open to tho
wants of tho poor and noody. They
called not upon him in vain. .Sixty years
marks tho length of his days boro on
earth, and ho goos down to his gravo
honored and beloved hy his family' and
by tho community in which ho has spout
bis ontiro lifo. His death occurred ina
fow milos of whoro ho first saw tho light
Oconeo county was always his homo.
At cloven o'clock Monday morning
largo crowd assembled at tho residence,
whoro a beautiful sorvico was hold by
Kev. W. S. Ilamitor, of tho Presbyterian
church. Tho remains were interred in
tho cemetery of this placo. Tho casket
was bankod with raro and beautiful
llowors, sont by sympathizing frionds.
Judge and Mrs. Ko wi or, of Andorsou;
Dr. Baylus Karlo, Dr. Tho?. Karlo, Misses
Kstelle and Nan Karlo and Mrs. Craw
ford, Greenville, and a large number of
other relatives and friends from various
points attended tho burial.
Lieut. Whit Jordan carno iii on tho
vestibule of hist Sunday. Ho is rapidly
recovering from his recent illness.
Miss Kato .Stribling, of Boswell, Ga.,
is visiting relatives boro at prosont.
Tho Misson Whitmiro, of Groonvillo,
aro tho guests of Mrs. T. K. Stribling
Tho proposod con?oi t, which tho Pres
byterian ladies expected to havo had on
Tuesday ovoning, was postponed on ac
count of Mr. Lowery's death.
Mr. B. li. Lowery, of Ellisvillo, Miss.,
cunio to tho death-bed of his brother,
Mr. Wm, A. Lowery, on last Saturday.
Ho returned to Mississippi on Tuesday.
Bishop Capers hold a confirmation
sorvico in tho Episcopal chapel on Mon
day ovoning. His eloquent discourse
was enjoyed by tho congregation who
assomblea to hoar this ablo and bolovod
Soneea continues to bo tho highest
inarkot in tho up-country for cotton and
cotton ?cod. Tho cotton is being pur
chased almost sololy for tho near-hy cot
ton mills. Tho pnces paid for tho ?tapio
tho past week exceeded either Charleston
or Savannah. Who said the building of
cotton mills would not honellt tho far
mer ? It would seem that tho middle
man's commission is like Othello's occu
On tho 10th of Docombor, 18i>7, Hov.
S. A. Donohoe, pastor M. E. Church,
South, Pt. Pleasant, W. Vn., contracted
a ?ovoro cold which was attended from
the beginning by violent coughing. Ho
say?: "After resorting to a numbor of
so-called 'specifics,' usually kept in tho
house, to no purpose, T purohasod a hof>
tie of Chamberlain's Cough Itomndy,
which acted Uko a charm. I most cheer
fully recommend it to tho public For
?alo hy J. W. Boll. Walhalla; Vf, J. Lun
ney, Sonooa; H. B. Zimmerman, Weat
THE BR???SH ANO ROERS.
A Roportod Fight bu? Nothing DetinU^-The
Colinby 1$ Rich and Worth Fighting for.
Tho war la tho Transvaal ia In .full
blast. Wo do not know how to give tho
nows. Sonto of tho reports nay 15 Brit
ish woro killed in the first battle, whito
another roport conum dashing over the
wires that 2,000 Boors wore killed, so wo
do uot kuow what to say for our readers
to boliovo. Tho telegraphic roport? aro
longthy, imnlo up of speculation. If tmy,
thing definite tums up worth publishing
you will find it in those columns.
Tho following has boon sont out from
Capo Town, near tho seat of hostilities:
"An armored train has boon destroyed
south of Mafeking, and flftoou ops
killod. Tho liners shelled tho Wroo ?*
after tho train was derailed."
A lntor di sp iiteh says;
"Tho armored train was dostroyod
near Kraipan station while on its way,to
Mafeking with guns."
So you seo this is really all there is of
it. It is tiresome to try to ma kn nows
out of such trash.
Without opposition tho Boers havo
occupied all important points in uorth
orn Natal, tho soono of thoir victories in
tho last war with England. Thoy will
probably push on and destroy tho rail
road loading to Durban, the port of
Natal, through that colony. If thoy eau
do this thoy will make tho British nd
vanco a vory slow aud arduous affair,
for thoy already havo possession of tho
only otb or railway linos to tho coast
tho Capotown-Buluwayo and tho Capo
lown?Johannesburg, and can moot tho
invaders at tho Groat Orango* ri vor.
Tho Boora aro certainly audacious.
Thoy aro going for tho biggest British
gamo in sight. Evory important point
on tho Capotown-Buluwayo railroad
west of tho two ropubllcs is oithor
threatened or surrounded. This road,
tho first link in tho proposed Capo to
Cairo system, runs on tho odgo of Brit
ish territory along tho Free Stato and
Transvaal bordor. Tho Doors have cut
communications at various places and
aro reported to bo attacking Kimberley,
Vryburg and Mafeking. Tho former is
supposed to bo too well protected for
assault. If capturod it will bo a rich
prize, for it is tho diamond city of tho
world and is said to bold groat stores of
tho precious stones.
LATK8T.-Tho latest war nows from
the Transvaal is to tho effect that a terri
ble battle bas been fought at Mafeking,
in which :i00 Burghors woro killod. The
Boors forced tho fighting. Tho ' British
killed numbers 18. Tho Kimberly water
supply may bo out off. A dispatch from
Capetown says tho Boors havo attacked
another armored train from Khodesia,
Tho threatened Boor assault on Cloncoe
is regarded as a feint. All the women
and children havo left Dundoo.
A Frightful Blunder
W'" often causo a horrible burn, scald,
cut or bruise Bucklon's Arinca Salvo,
the best in tho world, will kill tho pain
and promptly heal it. Cures old sotos,
fovor sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns
and all skin eruptions. Best pilo euro
on earth. Only 25 cents a box. Curo
guaranteed, Hold by all druggists in
J. J. HALEY ON THE RAMPAGE.
Ho Calls on Tho Courier io Su??ify, and
Asks thc Public to Help Sccuro Good Hoads.
OAKWAY, S. C., October 10.-Eni?ons
CouniRii: lu your last issuo 1 notioQ tho
following: . ,
"If Homo work is not dono on tho pub
lic roads of this county boforo tho winter
rains Rot in thoy will bo next to impassa
ble to travel-if tho winter showors bo as
bad as usual. Win lo tho roads aro now
dry thoy aro full of ruts. Thero sooins
to have been very littlo work dono on
sonio of thom this year."
Now, Messrs. Editors, '. call on you to
specify on which roads you rotor to
when yon say "Thoro seems to havo boon
very littlo work dono on some of them
this year." If you will name them, and
tho nanto or number of the school dis
trict they aro in, I will havo some fun
out of tho contractor or have thom
worked. I also call on all parties living
by, or near, public roads that aro not
properly worked to roport tho samo
through your paper; or, if they profor,
to mc by lotter. Yours respectfully,
J. J. HA i.KV, C. C. O. C.
i Both tho editors aro in Greenville
this week and wo do not kno,w what
roads thoy hail in mind when tho above
articlo was written. No doubt they will
specify lalor. We think they meant all
tho roads, for they all need work.
SPINNERS PREFER ROUNDLAP BALES.
Tho Demand in New England and Abroad
Largoly In Excess of Last Year's.
Tho spinners of Now England, having
learned by experience of tho ntl vantages
conferred by its uso, aro heavy buyors of
tho American Cotton Company's Round
lap baled cotton. Ono Massachusetts
mill alone bought 25,000 roundlap halos
tho latter part of Soptcmbor, and pur
poses hcreaftor using no cotton packod
by any other method if it can get enough
roundlap bales to supply its spindles.
Another Massachusetts mill has bought
8,000 roundlap bales this soason, and 25
other Now England mills nave ordorod
Tho European demand for tho Amcii
can Cotton Company's bales is largely in
execs of last season's. Early in Octo
ber 8.0(H) roundlap bales for Liverpool
woro shipped from Galveston in ono
steamer. Shipments go forward regu
larly to Gonoa, Havre, Bremen and Bar
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
is a remarkable remedy. It cures dis
eases in a perfectly natural way, without
tho uso ot strong drugs. Jt cures by
bolping Nature, lt, has a peculiar tonic
rfcoton tho lining atem?ranos of tho
L: ?mach and bowels. Hy putting theso
membranes into hoaltby condition,
stimulating tho secretion of tho various
digestive juicos and furnishing to tho
blood propor purifying properties, it
roaches out ovor whole body and drives
disoaso-gorms boforo it into tho usual ex
cretory channels. It builds up firm,
muscular flesh, makes tho skin and the
eyes bright. Dr. Piorco's Goldon Modi J
cal Discovery bas boon found wondoi"
fully efficacious in tho treatment of skin
disease-oczma, tetter, erysipelas, palt
rhoura-from common pimples '.. or
blotches to tho worst case of scrofula.
Movo Mulos from Toxr.*.
BONHAM, TKXAS, Octohor 15.-Ed Sta
ger of ibis city bas Just filed a contract
with tho British government for 1,1500
mules for sorvico in South Africa
in tho war with the Transvaal. Those
muirs have been ?i.e.. .! at td ?Turen I
Toxas towns and shipped boro. Thoy
will bo shipped via Now Orleans.
Rockefeller end Cnrneglo locked horns
last weok ovor tho ships which carry oro
on tho great lakes. Kookefollor came
out ahead, but tho freight men just
doublod what thoy mado Inst year,
NfcW IN ANO AROUND WESTMINSTER, j
The Now Cotton Mill a Sure Thing-Local
Nows Tersely Told.
WKSTMINSTBU, 8. 0., October 18.--Tho
farmers uro having nico w .?thor for
gatheringthoir crops. DoltghUul indian
suminor, tho days nnd-nlghte boiug both
wu m and pleasant.
\\'Mr. Obed Norris, a woll known guano
agent, located at Xavonlu, 0a , was boro
yesterday ' receiving cotton In payment
for fortillzur* ?old last spring.
Mr. J. S. Wblto loaves tb!? ovonlng for
Marietta, (Ja., bia former homo, to spend
a few cloys. .
Tho .Oooigia State Fair oponed at At
lanta to-day. Aftor to-day tl?kots Wilt
bo sold at this o?leo on tho 20lb, 2?d, 80th
and Novoinber 1st, good to return No
vombor Otb. Faro for tho round trip in
$8.85, which iuoludos au admission into
Mr. J. H. King, tho photographer, is
boro. King does good work.
Mr. John Carter, o? Toocoa, Ga., was
visiting bis undo, Mr. T. N. Cartor, this
Tho board of trustcos of tho high
Behool h avc> procurod tho services of Miss
Elinor Knight, of Anderson, as second
assistant teacher. Hbo is boarding nt
Mr. C. E. Anderson's, which is vory con
venient to bor work. Alias Knight ?B a
music; teacher and lias givon univorsal
satisfaction overywhoro she has taught.
Sho (caches in tho school room in tho
forenoons and I cache? a class in music at
Mr. Anderson's tu tho afternoons. Pu
pils who tako music lessons will ho
ohurgod $2 nor month in addition to thc
regular tuition. Music is unid to bo a
Atti og nymboi of that vory inner spirit of
lovo, which is tho characteristic of ovory
.Tho Oconoo Nows of last week says:
"Tho Westminster Cotton Mill is nn as
sured success. All of tho $100,000 of
capital stock is now taken and in sight
oxoopt about $?,000. Wostminstor will
got a cotton mill and dosorvos to havo
ono. Wo wore shown tho list of sub
soribors and it is wonderfully surprising
how tho people around Westminster
havo taken stock in this cutorpriso.
Many farmers of moderato moans have
fd von $1,000 each and poor widowed
Womon giving from $100 up. This shows
what peoplo of modorato means can do
when they work together; A man with
$100 to spend In a worthy ontorpriso in a
community is worth moro than a mill
ionaire who hoards his monoy."
Tho cotton seed buyers of Westmin
ster ran tho price of seed up to 74 couts
por hundred tho first of this wook. Tho
scod from an ordinary halo of cotton
brought $0 easily. No landlord who is
freo from debt, and not needing money,
need to troublo himself about soiling
cotton scod, oven at that prico, for thoy
aro vory valuablo as a fortilizor.
Noarly everybody lus a good turnip
patch this year. Tho f.oasotiB were right
for thom and they aro vory Uno just now.
Our good neighbor. Mrs. II. ll. Zimmer
man, favored us v, i th a mess last wook.
They woro unusually largo.
Mri nod Mrs. W. A. Dickerson aro
occupying thoir pretty now residence.
Mr. H. lt. Dearden, who has been doing
carpentor work boro for somo timo, wont
to (Jrconvillo Saturday lo i tay a few days.
Tho Wostminstor High Sohool is an in
stitution of steady growl li. Tito attend
ance has greatly increased, which neces
sitated tho calling of another teaohor.
Kev. P. J. Virmilhon and his capable as
sistant, Miss Hessin Epting, got along re
markably woll roaching tho pupils the
past six wcoks, considering tho fact thorn
were so many to givo thoir attention to.
Miss Elinor Knight is a gifted musician
and a good instructess and will no doubt
provo to bo a valuablo addition to tho
corps (if teachers.
Tho host lot of cabbage ovor soen in
Westminster was brought in last week
by Mr. T. H. Zachary, of Cashier's, N. C.
Mr. A. L. Dillard is wearing tho police
badge for the present. Mr. Dillard was
in business boro about twelve years ago.
Ho h?* resided in Rabun county, Geor
gia, sinco bo loft hero.
A number of our citizons anticipate
visiting Atlanta during tho' State Fair.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McGee wont down
!A o boliovo Westminster will havo a
cotton faotory in 1000. Everything is
working satisfactorily towards that end.
While not all tho capital stock has been
subscribed at this timo, tboso connected
with tho prospectivo ontorpriso feel hopo
ful of it being built. Of course, some
times unforscon obstados got in tho way
ami plans aro defeated. Wo trust, how
ever, wo will havo none of these things
to contend with in this matter. It is
understood that there will bo no meet
ing of stockholders to decide upon loca
tion and to consider othor mattors until
every dollar baa been subscribed. Lot
everybody loud a helping band in this
groat ontorpriso. A. L. QossKTT.
Spain's Greatest Need.
Mr. H. P. Olivia, of Harcolonia, Spain,
spends his winters at Aikon, S. C. Weak
nerves bad caused severo pains in tho
back of bis bead. On using Electric Hit
ters, America's greatest blood and neu ve
remedy, all pain soon loft him. lie says
this grand medicino is what bis country
needs. All America knows that it cures
liver and kidney trouble, purifies the
blood, tones up tho stomach, strength
ens tho norvoB, puts vim, vigor and now
lifo into ovory muscio, nerve and organ
of the body. Tf weak, tired or ailing you
nood it. Every bottle guaranteed, only
BO cents. Sold by all druggists in tho
Anclorson Grand Jury Presentment.
AN'DKUSON, Ootobor 18.-Tho grand
jury marlo its final presentment Satur
day. They eoudomn tho practico of
binding ovor immaterial witnesses to
court and ask for a special enactment re
quiring prosecutors' affidavit touching
materiality of witness; eoudomn tho
practico of landlords binding ignorant
nogroos, wives and children in uncon
scionable contracts ii) payment of fines
or of attorney's fees, and ask for law
remedying tho evil. Recommend impo
sition of ponai servitude in alternativo
soutenons instead of fine.
constitution undermined by ex
travagance in eating, by disre
garding the laws of nature, or
physical capital all gone, if so,
Tutt's Liver Pills will cure you.
For sick headache, dyspepsia,
sour stomach, malaria, torpid
liver, constipation, biliousness
and all kindred diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pills
an absolute cure.
Program of tho Third District Union Mootino,
To bo bold with the Walhalla Baptist
Church on Friday,Saturday and Sunday,
Ootobor 27th, 28th and 20th, 1800.
Introductory sormon at ll o'eloeh A.
M. on Friday by Hov. I). W. I Holt.
1st Query : .Why am I a Baptist ? To
bo oponed by Uro. Manning Woods and
Hov. J. Al. Sanders and Bro. Elias P,
2d Quory: What aro tho benefits to bo
dorivod from annual associations ?
Spoakors, Hov. P, J. Vormillion, Hov. J.
ff, Stone and Uro. Robort 1<. Symmes.
.Id Quory: Is it right to hold church
festivals for tho support of tho gospol ?
Bros. O. II. Peckham, ./. M. Callas, .lesso
W. Stribling and II. A. H, Gibson.
.1th Query: Tho church; wboroisaton
tho vital questions of to day ? Uro. J,
W. Sholor, Rev. W. T. MoAHstor and
Hov. M, G. Holland.
Sunday School mass mooting on Sun
day morning at 0.?10 A. Af.
Song sorvico, led by Prof. George E.
Sunday School addresses by Bros. J.
0. Alexandor and J. C. Garrison.
Alissionary sermon at ll A. AI. by Hov.
J. Af. Sanders.
J. F. MOUTON,
Chairman of Committoo,
ACT? ?EN?LY ON THE
CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
Bvy THE GENUINE - MAH'ro oy
(AUtyRNIA f?G SYRVP(S
roa 5AU OY AU ow?iiMs PPU sot ftneoim.
THE PHILIPPINE WAR.
Progross of tho Fight in tho F.ir-off Archi
pelago-200 Insurgents Killed.
MANILLA, October 18.-Sohwau'B col
uiuu swung into Imus from Das Marinas
last Friday morning; camped at Baooor
Thursday night; has soattorod insur
gents, who probably retired by,detach
ments on Indang. Condition of roads
prevented further pursuit; 125 mon of
8Vth volunteers, Major Cheatham, drove
insurgents south and westward frou
Lake Town, of Mnntinlupa, pursuing
several miles, and retired to Baooor Fri
day night by Zapoto river road; loss, 3
mon killed, 2 wounded, ' mis?ing.
Schwan's movomont very successful; in
flicted heavy loss on men and proporty
of Houthorn insurgent army; Ho roports
thoir casualties at 200 killod and 4001
wounded. Thoir stored supplios de
stroyed. Young moving from Araynt :
north and westward Friday; scattered
insurgonts, who retired north westward;
his casualties aro throo slightly woundod ;
considerable store of grain captured.
Ono of Dr. Fiorco's Pleasant Pollets is
a laxative Two aro mildly cathartic,
ono taken after dinner insures perfect
digestion, sound sloop and an ahsenco of
foul breath in tho morning. They aro
unlike ordinary pills, because you clo not
become a slavo to their uso. They not
only afford temporary reliof, but otl'ccla
permanent caro. Once used they aro
always in favor.
Tin cc Masked Robbers Caught.
KNOXVILLK, TENN., October 17.
Masked robbers entered tho bank at
Soviervillo last Friday morning and at
tempted to rob tho vault. Tuero woro
tinco men in tho gang, all of them hav
ing gono from this city during tho night.
Tho president, Wm. McMahon, throw,
his looso money into tho safo and soizod
a gun. His first shot killed tho loader of
tho robbors, Geo. Thurman. Ci ti/.ons
hearing tho shooting soon nrrived at tho
bank. Tito assistant cashier, John Mar
shall, rushed out at a sido door and shot
two of tho robbors1 horses. Cal. Dor
rick, one of tho robbors, was arrested,
tho other being wounded. Will Derrick
gotonohor.se and rodo amito, pursued
hy a posse On hoing surrounded by tho
men ho (led into a barn, where he com
mitted suicide by shooting himself in
WILL bo sold, nt my rosidonco, in
Ohattooga township, on Wednes
day, 20th day of Novembor, 1800, about
four hundred bushels of corn, four or
fivo thousand bundles of fodder, two
good fat hogs, ono marc colt six months
old. Terms of salo: O ASH.
Octohor IK, 1800. 42-40?
milli BOOKS OF REGISTRATION
JL for tho next municipal election aro
now open at Mrs. JO. M. Cud worth's
storo. B. M. CUDWORTII,
October 10, 1800.
8 JE I Z XJJEt 12 .
INTKKNAI. RKVKNUK SKUVIOB,
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
DKI'UTY CoLLiccrou's OK KICK.
WALHALLA, S. C., Oct. 10, 1800.
rpiiK following described proporty hav
J. lng been seized from G. Q. Smith
for violation of Sections 3280 and 8'2tXi,
Rovised Statutes United Statos, notico
is hornby given that any person claiming
same must givo bond as required hy
Sootion 8300, Rovised Statutes United
States, within (30) days from dato hereof,
or tho same will bo forfeited to tho
Uni toil Statos :
Ono buckskin horso, ono ono-homo
wagon and harness, (17 gallons, "esti
mated," corn whiskey.
ANSON fi. MERRICK,
October 10, 1800. 42-45
Notico to Debtors and Creditors
and Final Settlement.
EsTAT.i OK MARIAH BU UNS, DKOBASRD,
ALL poisons indebted to tho catato of
. Mariah Burns, decoasod, aro here
by notified to make payment to tho
undersigned, and all persons having
claims against said ostato will present
tho same duly attested, on or boforo
Friday, tho 21th day of Novonibnr, lMi)D,
or bo barred.
Also, application will bo mado to D.
A. Smith, Ksq.. Judgo of Probate for
Oconeo county, Stato of South Carolina,
at his oflico at Walhalla ('curt Honso on
Friday, Novembor 24th, 1800, at 11 o'clock
in tho forenoon, or as soon thoroafter as
said application can be heard, for loavo
to make Anal sottloment of tho ostato of
Mariah Burns, deceased, and for final
discharge ns said administrator.
R. M. BURNS, Adm'r.
Ootobor If, 1800. 42*46
'OURSONS trespassing upon tho lands
_L of tho undersigned, lu any way,
will bo dealt with according to law.
J. J. ANSKL, WKSLKY BUUNSIDK,
WM. LADY, J. B. PALMKII,
WM. A. WH?TR, \VK?LKY A. Winn;,
R. T. JAYNKS. ?
Ootobor 4, 1800. 40-43
MOST GOODS HAVE ADVANCED, 1
WANT TO SELL NOW, AND V
BROAD CLOTH, In Black, Bluo and Gan
LADIES' KID GLOVES, worth *1.00 por
LADIES* KID GLOVES, worth 85o. por p
A FEW CAPES AND JACKETS
COME BEFORE .Tl
RED FLANNEL, prioo 85o. por yard, to o
RED FLANNEL, pr loo 88Jo. por yard, to i
Wo want your trade, and will do yo
oto., if you will give us a trial.
A small lot of /-CrjuosB Oil-prioo 2ti<
baok if you aro not pkasod with it.
Always como to BOO UB. WO will do
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, diroot
moat varied stooks o? good? we ha1
sumo old stand. Wo havo EVERYTH1
Maohino Noodlo to a Diso Plow.
The Ladies W^BZ vT?,8tod
i, Henriettas, Casi) more
other Dross GoodB boforo buying olsowhoi
Wo havo tho latest and most up-to-d
mon. Our TIES aro porfoot boautlcB. Cc
Wo bn.vo tho beet and cheapest' lot
have over had, and you can Bavo money bj
Shoes! 8IIOI?0? SHOES I-Tho ti?
* to havo Shoos, and wo aro p
and soo our now lino of HOUSE SLIPPE
fort and Durability aro combined in thom.
Don't forgot that ROXANE FLOUJ
you will Rad it BO.
WO appreciate and want your patrol
prices and good quality can scouro it.
WE SELL THE FAMOUS li & <
It is a pleasure to show our goods.
See our Stock c
you buy your Fall i
C. W. Pit.
Two Valuable Tracts of
Land for Sale.
ON SALESDAY IN NOVEMBER1
NEXT I will sell, to tho highest1
bidder, for cash, at Walhalla, S. C., my
Karin, containing 255 acres of land, tin co
milos wost of Walhalla, lying on Comie
ron and Cano creeks, if not sold boforo
by private salo.
Divided in two tracts
Tract No. I,
Containing loo acres, moro or less; 75
acres cleared, about 25 acres of which is
lino bottom land and tho remainder
upland, most of it hoing in a high state
of cultivation. Good dwolling houso
containing ton rooms, including commited
basement. Barn, stables ami all neces
sary out-buildings. Good woll of water
ami s?voral Borings. Fino orchard of
almost all kinds of fruit. One-half aero
in grapos. Fonccd pastures. Also, ono
tenement houso containing iivo rooms.
Tract No. 2,
Containing 100 acres; about 80 acres in
cultivation, 15 acres of which is good
bottom land in high state of cultivation.
Throe-room dwolling and stables.
Both places convenient to churches,
schools mid mills. Publie school build
ing not moro than one-half milo from
Both places woll suited to stock rais- 1
Road loading to Walhalla linc-almost
J. D . ISBELL,
Walhalla, Oconco County, S. C.
Octobor lltb, 1800. 41-44*
Will bo mudo next spring
whon tho Bummer garments
and fabrics which aro not
properly packed away this
fall arc found to bo moth
eaten and full of boles. This
need not happon, because I
am selling Camphor Balls at
' 10 cents per pound.
J. D. DARBY,
Notice to Ovoc?itors
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OK OCONKR.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
James E. Crooks ot al., Plaintiffs,
Tilomas W. Crooks ot al., Dofondants.
NOTICE is horoby given that nil and
singular tho croditors of tho estate
of i ho lato W. .Tanner Crooks aro required
to establish tho dato, rank and amount
of their demands against said estate on
or by tho 24th day of Novombor, 1800,
according to law, or bc barred.
J. W. HOLLEMAN, Master.
Ootobor ll, 1800, 41-10
WT WK HAVE SOME THING?S WE
VE MAKE THE FOLLOWING
iet, worth OOo. por yard, to oloso at 76c?
pair, to oloso at.Soo?
air, to oloso at.,..r?5o.
AT REDUOED THICKS IF YOU
HEY 'ARE GONE.
u right ia DICBS Oooda, Flannels, Shoos,
j,__to oloso at ZOO. por oem. Your mouoy
/rd & Co.,
iV, s. o.
from Nw York, ono of tho largost and
vt) over hat!, and arodo'.iiR business at the
[NO YOU NEED OR WANT, from a
to oomo iu and examino and prico our
)8, Sorgos, Plaids, Purcdos, Oulings add
ato NECKWEAR for ladles and gohtlo
uno and soo thom.
of MEN'S and ROYS' CLOTHING wo
r buying from us.
no of year has como whon evorybody has
loparod to suit and flt everybody. Como
1RS for mon and womou. Roauty, Com
t i? tim host on tho markot. Try it and
iago, and aro dotorminod to havo lt If low
j CORSETS-THK VERY REST.
Glvo us a call.
3R YOUNG MEN,
G FOR BOYS!
>f Clothing before
Suit. We can save
Dr. G. G. Probst,
I> 13 NTIST,
Walhalla, S. C.
Office two Doors East of Bank,
HOURS : 8.30 A. M. TO 11?. M. AN? 2 re
March 24, 1898.
SENECA,.- S. C.
OFFICE DAYS : MONDAYS, FRIDAYS
September 7, 1801).
INTERNAL RKVENUR SKBVICK,
DISTRICT OE SOUTH CAROLINA,
DKPUTY COLLECTOR'S OPRIOB,
WAmiAT.T.A, S. C., Oot. 4, 1800.
rilHE following described property hav
X ing boon seized from T. R. Wood
and Frank Wood for violation of Sec
tions 8289 and 3290, RoviBod Statutes
United States, notieo ih horoby givon that
any person claiming samo must givo bond
ns required by Section 8800, Revised
Statutes United States, within thirty (80)
days from tao dato hereof, or tho samo
will bo forfeited to the United States:
Ono small sorrel mule, ono buggy and
harness, ono 38-calibro pistol ami six gal
long of corn whiskey.
ANSON 0. MERRICK,
Ootobor4, 1899. 40-48
WALHALLA, S. C., September 20,1899.
.JL HE Rooks for tho collection of laxo?
for tho fiscal year commencing January
1st, 1899, will open Ootobor 16th, 1899,
nud closo December 8lst, 1800.
State tax.G mills.
School tax.3 mills.
Ordinary County tax. 2J mills.
Special Road tax .1 mill.
Court tax. | nilli.
Past Indebtedness tax.1} mills.
Total tax.18J mills.
Midway School Dist., No. 80, 2 milla.
Mt. Tabor School Dist., No. 10, 2 mlllB.
Rothol School Dist., No. f>, 2 mills.
Providonoo Sohool Dist., No. 3, 2 mills.
Wolf Stake Sohool Dist., No. 35, 2 mills.
Fifteen por cont ponai ty will bo at
tached on all unpr.id taxos on January
Information cheerfully givon by mall
J. R. KAY,
TroaBuror Ooonoo county, S, fy