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WALHALLA, S? 0, ?
XIIUKMUAY, OUTOIIKK '?ti, I SIM).
Kissed His Baby and Killed Himself.
CIIAUI.KSTON, S. C., October 25.-Wil
liam Riloy, a respectable whito man of |
40 years, with a family of several chil
dren, committed suicido at his homo, 101
Wentworth stroot, Friday morning.
Riloy carno to his homo at il:U0 this]
morning and scorned in a perfectly nor
mal condition, grcoting his family with
unusual warmth, showing an especial do
groo of affection for his littlo baby child.
After fondling tho child and playing with
it, ho loft tho rest of his family and went |
itp to his room.
Somo timo later ono of tho larger boys
of tho family started up stairs, taking
tho baby lo his fathor's room, whore it
usually takes a midday nap. During the
timo thoir attention had not been at
tracted by any unusual sounds and tho
boy. unconscious of a tragedy, opened
his fathor's room.
Tho sight that mot his oyes was the
lifoless body of his father sitting in a
chair and leaning against a table witli a
pistol in ono hand and a looking glass in
tho other. There was a bullet bolo
straight through the man's temple. The
reason for Riley's acts aro thought to be
simply a general despondency and des
pair over lack of work to support his
On inspection tho following was found
written in chalk on tho head of Mr.
Riloy's bod: "I cannot get any work."
William Riley has lived in Charleston
8?MC0 his hirth and has boen om ployed in
sovoral positions, ono being at the Char
leston basket factory.
Bumed nt tho Stake.
ST. LOUIS, October 2 -A posse last
Friday night captured Joe Lodore, a
nogro, who confessed that ho and Rob
Anderson on tho preceding night went
to J. n. Gambrlll'a house at St. Ann's,
Miss., tied Gambrlll'a wife and four chil
dren together, piled a feather mattress
on them, poured oil on tho pilo, cremated
tho family and robbed them.
Lelloro was burned at the stake, An
derson was caught and partially burned,
but tho fire was extinguished before lui
was dead, becauso information which
may clear him was obtained.
Farly last evening Lelloro was captured
several miles from tho scene of the mur
der. He Brat denied all knowlodgo of
the crime, but finally confessed that he,
Rob Smith and Anderson .Smith, two
other nogroos, had done tho work.
Ho hoped for no mercy and told with
brutal frankness all details of the crime.
His cantors were Btupcflod at the revela
tion In tito yard where GambriH's resi
donco stood Lcflore was tied to the stake
and burned alivo. No one sent a merci
ful bullet into his body to kill him.
Anderson .Smith escaped from tho mob
whilo Lodore was being burned and has
not yet been recaptured. Rob Smith
was tied to another stake and the lire
started, though ho was dually released,
as there is a possibility of provint; his in
Anderson Smith will probably be re
captured and if it is proved he and his
brother aro guilty no power can save
them from a similar fate.
Commissioners All Kiijht.
On last Saturday morning the grand
jyry, in tho United Stales Dist rict. Court,
nt Greenville, made ils dual presentment
in part as follows:
Wo have considered and investigated
all tho matters submitted by t he District
Attorney, and have acted upon 1 Ll cases,
finding 1)0 true bills and 2J1 no bills. We
dosiro to say in this connection that, in
our judgment, a large majority of the
cases sent to this term ot court have
boon meritorious: thal (here have been
very few frivolous cases and very few ?
professional witnesses, and we commend
tho Commissioners of the (/'oort for the
caro exorcised in sending cases up, and
tho Deputy Marshals anil revenue ofllci'i's
for the caro and diligence shown hy
tlieni in working up Hie cases.
On tho 10th of December, I Si?7, Kev.
S. A. Donohoe, pastor M. F. Chinch,
South, Pt. Pleasant, W. Va., contracted
a overo cold which was attended from
t..o beginning by violent coughing. Ile
says: "After resorting to a number of
so-called 'specifics,' usually kept in the
house, to no purpose, I purchased a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
which acted Uko a charm. I most cheer
fully recommend it to tho public. For
salo by J. W. Boll, Walhalla; W, J. Lun
ney, Seneca; IL ll. Zimmerman, West
Fagan Marlin Dead.
Fagan Martin, tho Greenville philoso
pher, died last Thursday, aged 7S years.
Ho was a printer by trade; but (luring
tho last years of ins life lived on a .small
farm near Greenville. Ile was a fre
quent contributor to tho Greenville
Nows, and' many of Ids contributions
wero characterized by striking force and
originality. Tho old man's last years
wore passed in extreme poverty, alle
viated to a groator or loss extent by thc
contributions of friends and admirers.
Killed His Brothor.
A. J. Pittman killed his brother, N.
T. Pittman, a prominent merchant of
Gourdiu's station, in tho Hotel Calhoun,
in Charleston, last Wednesday. The lull
ing was dono with a revolver and is .sup
posed to have been caused by a family
affair, tho oxact nature of which is not
known. The deceased was about 00
years of age and tho slayer about.")('.
Bismark's Iron Nerve
Was tho result of his splendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous onorgy
aro not found whoro stomach, liver,
kidney and bowols aro out of order. Il
you want these qualities and tho success
thoy bring, use Dr. King's New Lifo Pills.
They develop overy power of brain and
body. Only 2?O. at all drugstores.
Montana's Fahd Blizzard.
M?NNKAPOI.IS, October 22.-A special
to tho Times from (heat Kails, Mont.,
says : Nino men polished in tho recent
blizzard. Five bodies havo boon recov
ered, mid it is probable this is not half
tho list. Tho last body found was chat
of II. Herald, a sheen herder. Tho sheep
hud eaten oft' his heard, clothing and
part of his boots. Several Hocks of
sheep, herdless, have boen wandering in
that country and point to unknown
Lieutenant Victor Rino, of tho United
States battleship Massachusetts, was
marriod in New York last Tuesday eve
ning to Miss Kilon Foote Stewart Lieu
tenant Rino is a nativo of South Caro
lina, from which State he went to Annapo
lis. Ho is tlio oflicer who made a tour
. around Santiago and discovered ton cer
tainty that Corpora's licet was in tho
harbor. Ltoutonant and Mrs. Blue will
spend their honeymoon in tho South with
GALLANT CHARGE UP A HILL-BUERS
EARLY lili PROBABLE.
Many Boer ar.d British Ofticors Killed-A
Harvosl of Guns nnd Ammunition.
GLKKCOH CAMP, SOUTH Ai'itiOA, Octo
bur 23.-An attack mado by tho Boors on
tho British position .Saturday onablod
tho British to secure a signal success.
Tlio Boor column was driven poll moll
over tho plains, losing .'300 in killed and
wounded. In addition tho British cap
tured sovoral hundred horses, and nu .to
TUK UOKIt OA8UAI.TIKS,
LONDON, October 23.-An oflioial dis
patoh from Ladysmith gives tho list of
casualties among the Boors at tho battle
of Blands Laagto, among whom aro:
(Jon. Viii joni, killed; (len. Kook, wound
ed and captured, sinoodied; Oon. Kook's
son killed; Col. Sohi?), a Gorman oilleor
commanding tho artillery, wounded and
a prisoner; Commander Protorlus,
wounded and a prisoner. Sovoral Boor
standards wore oapturcd.
TUB llltlTISll L08SK8.
Tho oflioial list of tho British casual
ties at tho sumo battle shows: Col. .Scott
Chisolm killed, and ono colonel, ono
major, eight capt; ins and oloven lieuten
ants wounded; thirty-seven non-com
missioned ollicors and privates killed and
VAI.OIt OK TUK DOKUS.
The British victories in thc Natal, fol
lowing each other in quick succession,
bear striking testimony to tho valor of
tho vanquished Boers. Fuller accounts
of .Saturday's battle at Blands Laagto
omphasi/.o the splendid gallantry oxhib
itcd on both sides and the superiority of
tho British in a pitched battle.
A l-'IKI.D HAY I'AKADK.
Tho British infantry formed for an at
tack in oxtOtlded order behind tho brow
of a hill. Tho Devonsbircs were on tho
left with four companies of tho .Man
chesters and some of tho Cordons on tho
right. At C o'clock tho infantry ad
vanced through tho valley as steadily as
on field day. Half way down the slope
they met with a t?rrido infantry and ar
tillery lire. Tlio mon foll rapidly and
tho wounded were carried to tho rear.
But in spite of the Boer guns and sharp
shooters concealed behind rocks, tho in
creasing lire of tho advancing British in
fantry gradually gained tho upper hand
and tho Manchesters and Cordons, edg
ing toward the right, gained tho top of
thc ridge, ont Hanking tho enemy's left.
"CIIAHCiKl" AND THEY SWJi??T All KAI).
At (i o'clock the bugles sounded
"charge" and the British swept ahead.
Tho liners fought to the last, onlv at
tempting to escapo when furthor fight
ing was hopeless. In the meantime tho
Devonshire's, pressing steadily up tho
left, were strongly opposed at tho Boer
camp, and from the flanking bills, but
carried both at a charge, with wild
cheers ?ind bugle blasts.
By 7 o'clock tho British had gained
tho position and "cease Cu ing" was J
sounded. Three IA pounder Nordon
fcldts were captured with large quanti
ties of ammunition. The Hoer dead and
wounded among the rocks were then at
tended to. I
Con. French thanked the troops on I
tho Hold, especially Col. Hamilton's
splendid handling of tho infantry. The
British bivouacked on tho captured posi
tion .Sunday night. Some estimates
place tho Hoer losses at. 500 men, but
that is probably exaggerated. Col. Scott
Chisolm was the only liri tish ofllcor
K I! KO Kit WANTS TO sr KKKN DKIi.
BONDON, October 20,-A special dis
patch from Cape Town, dated .Sunday,
says that advices received from Pretoria
report. President Kurger as being in
favor of au unconditional surrender, It.
is expected that the executive council
will moot Monday or Tuesday to discuss
the advisuhili ty of such a step.. The re
port must bc accepted with reserve.
During tho winter of 1897 Mr. .lames
Weed, one of thc leading citizens and
meridian ts of Clay, (May county, W. Va.,
struck bis leg against a cake of ico in
such a manner as to bruise it severely,
lt became very mindi swollen and pained
him so badly that he could md. walk
without the aid of crutches, lie was
treated by physicians, also used sovoral
kinds of liniment and two and a half gal
lons of whiskey ill bathing it, hut noth
ing gave any relief uni 1 he bogan usine;
Chamberlain's Pain Hahn. This brought,
almost a complote cure in a week's time
ami ho believes that had ho not used this
remedy his loR would have had to been
amputated. Pain Palm is unequaled lor
sprains, bruises and rheumatism. Pel
sale by J. W. Pell, Walhalla; W. .J. Lun
ney, Seneca; II. P. /immerman, West
Short Nows Hems.
Kifty-fivo members of the Savannah
Cotton crop KxchniigO, last Tuesday
registered guesses on tlio si/.o of tho cot
ton ci-ip. Tho average was 10,2(11,IOU
About ?v??O.u;!) fool, of lumber was
destroyed by Uro at Milton, Fla., last
Steed mills to cost $5,000,000 aro to bo
erected at Cleveland, Ohio.
ftisroportodth.it the yellow fever is
disappearing both at New Orleans and
The late Poliert Bonner, of New York,
who was supposed to bc immensely rich,
left only $700,000 nnd a family will con
test. Two grandchildren aro suing to
break tho will, alleging that Mr. Bonner
was of unsound mind.
The entire corps of cadets at tho Vir
ginia Military Institute, two hundred
and sixty in number, 'ms been furloughed
for thirty days on account of a number
of cases of typhoid fever ?it the instit ute.
Wal I nco'H circus was held up several
hours at Greenwood, all tho wagon
drivers being arrested booauso a farmer
named Horne assorted that Some of the
circus men had robbed him of $000 III a
gambling game. Tho circus manager
got. away by paying Horno $020.
Af Muncie, Ind., Miss Goldie Cochran,
aged l l, struck a burglar in her room, a
few days ago, with a silvor-backod hair
brush, and the unknown man will die as
thc result. The man was detected car
rying a valuable clock from tho residence,
when the girl commanded him to drop
the tinio-pioco. This ho did, and, clos
ing tho door, turned upon hor, when she.
threw the brush, (triking him in the
templo. He fell to the floor and bas
remained unconscious slllCO.
One of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pollets
would start the poisonous matter in thc
way lt should go. If there's a good deal
of lt, better take two -that's a mildly
Tho State Board of Control has ordorod
that, all XXX bottles containing X liquor
be returned lo the State dispensary, re
analyzed und relabeled with an X. No
provision is rando fo. rebates to pur
chasers of X in XXX bottles, and nei
ther is it explained just bow tho fraudu
lent bottles are to bo gathou-d up.
BLACK ON CU2T8.
Languago Which Seem? lo Invite an Imme*
d?ale Fight-Dispensary Hurl.
Shipping dork Joh;? H'aok ha? glvon
out a card replying to X-Bookkoopcr
On /.ls' ohargos. In briof, henaya that ho
has hoon counOotod with tho dispensary
sinco May, 1808, and that no ono over
found fault with him oxcopt Ou/.ts, who
lias always disliked him.
When Douthit was oleoted commis
sioner, Ou/.ts, Black says, was as near
heaven as ho wanted to he, as ho thou
thought that ho would havo a say. Ho
at oneo started to run tho wholo thing.
"I found that ho was going through
my desk," Dlr.ok says, "and told him
if I ever caught him stealing from mo
again that I would blow his hoad off."
lilack admits that ho made mistakes
and shows that. Ou/.ts mado mistakes
also, by sovoral aOidavits from Wobb and
o thors. "There is now locked up in
Ou/.ts* desk nt tho dispensary," ho says,
..twonty-ono bottlos of whiskey." Ho
says that Ou/.ts visited Northorn whiskoy
mon last wintor and insinuates that they
paid his oxponsos.
Ho says that "Young is an orphan boy. |
working hard to support his mother and
aunt," and in conclusion declares that
Ousts was turned out for dishonesty awl
violating orders, "and my qpinion of
him is that ho is a tliiof, scoundrel and
liar." Ho is severo in his language
against Ou/.ts and says ho did not want
to lot go tho job of slopping olerk, Insin
uating ho made money out of it.
"I wish to express my thanks to tho
manufactur?is of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholora and Diarrhoea Bomedy, for hav
ing put on tho market snob a wondorful
medicino," says W. W. Massiugill, of
Beaumont, Texas. There aro many
thousands of mothers whoso children
have been saved from attaoks of dysen
tery and cholera infantum who must
also fool thankful, lt is for salo by J.
W. Boll, Walhalla; W. J. Lunnoy. Son
oca; H. 15. Zimmerman, Westminster.
A MURDERER'S 1)ASH FOR LIBERTY.
Flanagan, tho Georgia Fiond, Gets Out of His
Cell, But is Soon Captured.
ATLANTA, GA., October 26.-Edward
C. Planagan: tho DoKalb oountv mur
derer, bioko from bis coll in tho DoKalb
county jail this morning. As ho dashed
through tho door and past tho guard,
who bad tho muiriorer's breakfast in ids
hands, lie snatched up tho two-year-old
baby of Sheriff Talley. Drawing along
knife from his sloove and clasping tho
child to his half-clad broast, tho prisoner
lied down tho jail stairway toward tho
street and liberty. Down ono Hight of
steps and then through a corridor load
ing to the sherill's residence, tho only
avenue of escapo from tho prison, Flana
gan sped, holding tho scroaining child
with his left arin and brandishing tho
knife in bis right baud. Dut for tho
presence of tho sheriff in tho corridor
Flanagan would havo escaped. Sheriff
Talley happened to bo in tho room into
which Flanagan dashed. Mrs. Talley,
the child's mothor, was also in thu room.
Tho father and mothor simultaneously
sprang upon tho escaping prisoner, Mrs.
Talley wielding a broom and tho sherill
clutching Flanagan by tho neck. Tho
guard came running down tho stops at
the same instant in pursuit of the pris
oner, and che three of them overpowered
Flanagan and tore tho child from bis
grasp. Tho sheriff thou drove him hack
up tin; stairs and into thu cell at tho
point of his pistol. Flanagan had boen
confined in thu DeKalb jail sinco last
February, awaiting a new trial on tho
charge, of murdering Miss Kutll Slack,
Mrs. Dixon Allen, attempting to murder
Mr. Ccorgo W. Allen and indicting inju
ries on tho latter's father, Dixon Al'in,
from which ho afterwards ?lied. Ho ..is
been sentenced to bang, but on a p'.oa of
lunacy he bas been allowed repeated
Aro grand, hui, skin eruptions rob lifo
of joy. Bucklon's Arnica Salvo cures
them ; also old, runni.ig and fever sores,
nicol's, boils, felons, coins, warts, cuts,
bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands,
chilblains, host pile taire on earth.
Drives out pains and aches. Cure guar
anteed. Sohl by all druggists. Only
23 cents a box.
Closing Exercises of Whetstone School.
Wu HTS rn NI:, 8. C., October 28,-Tho
pcoplo of this community believe in tho
highest ideal of life and civilization.
Our literary school which bas been under
the control of Mr. J. S. Colley was
brought to a (dose last Friday. In tho
afternoon the children displayed their
eloquence in elocution and declamation.
The house was decorated in tho higher,
style with nico Howers and green K :??*".>
of tho holly and fern. When thc c:
dren came from behind the curtains it
was with great, boldness and eloquence
Music was furnished by Mr. Dock Vis
sage and Mr. lase Vissage. The follow
ing is a program of tho ovening's exer
Declamation by Charlio Long--sub
Klocution by Kssio Duncan-"Tho sun
is warm and bright."
Declamation by Sutton Phillips
"Xever chew tobacco."
Elocution by Stella Hamey-"Kcmoni
Declamation by Fate Karney -"I LOVO
tho Holy Pihle."
Elocution by Lillie Karney-'"Good
Klocution by Miss Della Long-"Tho
Klocution by Miss Dink Duncan-"A
Word to Our Girls."
Klocution by Miss Fioroneo Vissage
A composition was read by Miss Anna
A composition was read by Miss Lassie
('onley subject, "Mother."
Klocution by Miss Leona Vissage
Tho evening's exercises were very on
tortaining and pleasantly spout. Thorn
was quito a large number of visitors
present whom wo were glad lo soe.
Let mo again thank the good people of
the Whetstone community for their kind
ness to mo during my stay among them,
and if any of my dear pupils ever take
tho responsibility upon themselves to
teach school, let me offer my congratu
The pooplo in this section of Oconeo
county are very busy gathering corn and
Every thing seems to bo on a lively
order. Tho boys chase tho fox and
catch the opossum and they say they aro
f:it ami inaao a fine dish.
J. S. Coi.i.KY.
To those living
in malarial districts Tutt's Pills
arc indispcnsiblc, 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 Ld ver Pills
Howey's physician hr.r; advised bim to
tako a rest, in consequence of which ho
will not he in Atlanta. Toni Brumby is
A proposition to establish a dispen
sary in Greonwood was voted down on
Tuesday, 208 to (tl,
ACTS GENTLY ON THE
KO ONEYS, LIVER
CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
evy THC GI HVMNE - f* F D e>5^
TOR SAU tn au ORU6&ST& PRttl SOc PtRBCTWt._
THC GLENCOE FIGHT.
Tho War Botwoon tho British and Boors is
Tlio result of tho battlo at Gloncoo
must go far toward convincing tho Boors
of tho utter hopelessness of thoir war
(Jloncoo is In uppor Natal, near Dun- j
doo, and at that point tho British hud
concentrated most of tho forces thoy had
in Natal. Thoy wore so inferior in num
bers to tho Boor troops, whioh sonio days
ago bogan thoir march into British terri
tory, that much apprehension for their
safety was Jolt at tho British war ofllco.
Tho Boors, confident of thoir ability to
indict a severo blow upon this division
of tho British army boforo reinforce
ments could reach it, pressed forward
and made their attack under most favor
able circumstances. Thoy occupied a
hill within easy rango of tho British
camp and massed upon it about twico as
many mon as woro in tho army winch
lay below them, an apparently easy mark.
Ever since tho fight at Majuba Hill tho
Boors have boon possessed with tho idea
that tiley are man to man moro than a
match for tho British and with twico aB
groat a forco as tho enemy thoy had no
doubt that a great victory would bo
theirs at Gloncoo.
Such would have boon tho result if tho
British bad nioroly stood their ground
and taken tho Boor Uro, But thoy
adopted a very di (forent sort of tactics.
As soon as tho Boers came within roaoh
thoy charged upon thom with desporato
valor. Thoir onset was so determined
and tho work of their artillery so sciou
tiflo ami effeotivo that tho Boors could
not resist tho assault. They fought
bravely, as thoy always do, but their
superiority in numbers was moro than
offset by tho skill and discipline of tho
British, and thoy were drivon from their
vantage ground with sovere loss of men
Tlio British lost heavily also, but
gained a victory which could have been
achieved only by high class soldiery di
rected by bravo and efficient officers.
Tho record niado by tho British offioors
in this battle was truly remarkable. Wo
doubt if so largo a number of officers
in proportion to the number of men they
commanded were over before killed in
hattie when the lighting was, out of 200
dead and wounded oil tho British side,
no less than iii were officors. This list
includes three colonels and four majors.
Gen. Symon?, tho commander of tho
division, was wounded, it is behoved,
Tho Royal Irish Kusilcors Inst fi oflicers
and ll men, the Dublin Kusilcors f> offi
cers and 15 men, the King's Kittes ll ofll
eors and 70 mon, and tho Eighteenth
Hussars 3 offioors and 7 men, Counting
tho numbor of killed alone tho dispro
portion noted is still more remarkable,
tho returns showing ll oflicers to havo
boen shot dead, against 20 of the rank
lt will bo soon that tho Irish troops
fought heroically. They lost, one-third
of tho offioors ami nearly one-half of tho
mon who wore killed and woundod undor
tho British flag.
All tho British troops fought with
great courage, but their officors made a
record which proves that they throw
themsolvos into tho thickest of iii tight.
T o unoxpoctcd rush of a smallor loree
upon them in thoir vory strong position
had a demoralizing offoct upon tho
lloors and had much to do with thoir
utter rout, it would appear that tho
British troops in South Africa,- despito
their great numerical inferiority to tho
Boors aro aldo to takocareof themsolvos.
Healthy, Happy Children
are those whoso mothers havo boon, and
aro healthy. Tho best intentioned
woman in tho world will fall short of her
duty to her children if she is worried
and wearied with weakness and sickness.
Most all irritable women aro sick women.
Most all melancholy, listless, languid
womon aro sick women, livery woman
who will take the trouble to notice, will
(iud at certain fixed periods sho is nerv
ous, crosB, irritable and despondent.
Any irregularity mpkos tho conditions
worse. Even a well woman is less amia
ble than usual ar. tin BO times. What
can ho expected from a sick woman?
When evory movement is a (hoary drag,
when the nerves aro all on odgo lu sym
pathy with tho particular emu; nfYcotod
-when it seems that death wore vory
much preferable to living-what can a
woman do for children then?
His every woman's duty to bo well
and healthy There is no reason why
she should he otherwise If only BIIO will
take proper caro of horself and take Dr.
Bierce's Favorito Proscription when she
needs it. This celebrated routed y bas
hoon usod in tho Invalids' Ilotol and
Surgical Institute at RnfValo, N. Y., of
which Dr. Pioroo is Chiof Consulting
Physiolnn and specialist, for ovor JJOyoars.
Thousands of women havo boon cm cd
Where Will tho Pooplo Go ?
M i AM A, FLA., October Vi.-Dr. Joseph
Y. Porter, State health offioor, who is
temporarily staying lu this city, bas
issued tho following: "After a careful
examination of many of thr ases of
fever, tho State liealtb oflicor announces
tho exlstonoo of yellow fever in this city.
Rive distinct cases of yellow fovor have
been soon, and from clinical histories
submitted thero aro doubtless sovoral
others. Tho infection is distributed ovor
tho town, mild in character, but unmis
takable in recognition. To limit tho
spread of and to destroy tho infection ns
rapidly as possiblo, a depopulation of
Miami is recommended,
(Signed) JOSKIMI Y. POKTKII.
"State Health Oflloor"
Tho forty-sixth regiment, 011 its woy
from Massachusetts to Manila, hos boon
temporarily hung up Ut Cincinnati, O.,
on account of tho drunkenness of a largo
number of its members.
fil '-?.? "S5X?21
The Seneca Bank.
STATKMEN I" OF CONDITION OF TUE |
SENECA HANK AT TDK CLOSE
OF BUSINESS SEPT. 80, 181??.
ASSISTS. . '
?Loan* and discounts.* 58.083 Iii
Dhu by banks. l|782 38
Hank building. 1,000 00
Vault..... 1,400 00
Curronoy. 0,128 88
Capital Btoek.$20,400 00'
Doposits.. . 28.4G0 70
Duo to bauks. 12,402 05
Surplus. 0,244 18-$07,508 83 ]
South Carolina, I
Oconeo County. )
Personally comes J. \V. Strlbling,Cashtor
: of The Seneca Honk, beforo mo and makes
oath that tho foregoing statement is true
and correct to tho best of his knowledge.
Sworn to buforo mo this '
I Ootohor 10, 1890. J. W.
II. F. Ai.KXANDKit, [L.S.1 'Srr.tni.iNO.
Notary I'ublto, S. C..
lt. M "Richardson, )
J. W. fctribling, > Diroetors.
J. W. S'iolor, )
THE ASU HE IP S OFFICE,
WALHALLA, S. C., Soptombor 20,1800.
X HE Hooks for tho collection of taxes
for tho ilsoal year commencing January
1st, 180?, will opeu Ootohor 15th, 1800*.
and close December 31st, 1800.
Stale tax.5 mills.
School tax.8 mills.
Ordinary County tax.2J mills.
Special Hoad tax .1 mill.
Court tax. J mill.
Past Indebtedness tax.li mills.
Total tax.......13J mills.
Midway School Dist., No. 86, 2 mills.
Mt. Tabor School Dist, No. 10, 2 mills.
Bethel School Dist., No. 5, 2 milla.
Providence School Dist., No. 3, 2 mills.
Wolf StakoSchool Dist., No. 35, 2 mills.
Fifteen per cont penalty will bo at
tached on all unpaid taxes on January
Information cheerfully givon by mail
J. It. KAY,
Treasuror Oconeo county, S. C.
WILL bo sold, at my residence, in
Chattooga township, on Wednes
day, 20th day of Novombor, 1800, about
four hundred bushels of corn, four or
flvo thousand bundles of foddor, two
good fat bogs, ono mare colt six months
old. Terms of salo: CASU.
October 18? 1800. 12-40*
mHE HOOKS OF REGISTRATION
I for tho next municipal election aro
now open at Mrs. E. M. Cudworth's
storo. E. M. CUDWORTH,
Ootohor 10, 1800.
FOR THE NEXT T
Am selling a lot of Fast Colored Pi
10-4 Sheeting, ....
4-4 Sheeting, ....
Bleaching at bc, Go. and 7c.-wort
OUTINGS, FLANNELETTES, CA
A PULL LINK ;
Ne vor has thero been such a rusl
enormous-am recoiving big lots fi
Oak Post Leds for ?M.00, with
Phill ty of them-don't buy from 0
Can sell them as cheap as other mc
Seo my ?20.00, *i>r>.00 and |85.0l
1st Tatent, $4.60; 2d Pater
If) pounds flood Coffee,
17 pounds Sugar, Granulated, .
12 pounds Soda, . . . .
'20 pounds Good Ground Coffee,
Goods. Big li o
Nothing wrecked 1
Two Valuable Tracts of
Land for Sale,
ON SALKSDAY. IN NOVKMD1SR
NEXT I Will BOll, to Hu; bigllOSt
bidder, for cash, at Walhalla, S. C., my
Faun, containing 255 UOIOB of land, tinco
mill n wost of Walhalla, lying on Conuot
rosa and Cano crocks, If not BOld before
by private aalo.
Divided in two tracts
Tract No. I,
Containing 166 aoros, moro or IOSH; 76
acres c hui rod, about 25 aeres, of which ts
(Ino bottom land and thu roinaindor
..i;ds!:r?, most of it being 5? a high ?toto
of oultivntiou. Good dwelling bouso
rou tai ni nj; 'on loams, including cemented
basement. Darn, atables and all neces
sary out-buildings. . Goori woll of wator
and several springs. Fine ovohard of
almost all kinds of fruit. One half aoro
in grnpcB. Fenced pastures. Also, one
tenement house containing live, rooms.
Tract No. 2,
Containing 100 acres ; about 30 aoros in
cultivation, 15 -acres of which is good
bottom laud In high stato of cultivation.
Tbroo-room dwolling and stables. '
Doth places convenient to churches,
schools and mills. Publie school build
in;;' not moro than one di ?di milo from
Doth plac?s well suited to stook rais
Hoad leading to Walhalla lino-almost
J. D. ISBKLL,
Walhalla, Oconee County, S. C.
Octobor 11th, 1809. 41-44*
S ETZ ?JR B . ~r
I NTH UNA ?. RKVKNUK SKHVIOK,
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
DKPUTY COLLKCTOU's OPEICM,
WALHALLA, S. C., Oct. 4, 1800.
rilllE following described property hav
I lng been soi/.od from T. 13. Wood
and Frank Wood for violation of Sec
tions 3281) and 8206, Revised Statutes
United States, notice is hornby given that
??ny pursell claiming same must give bond
as" required by Section 3300, Revised
Statu tos United States, within thirty (30)
days from tho dato hereof, or tho same
will bo forfoited to tho Unitod States:
Ono ?mall sorrel mule, ono but*gy and
harness, ono 88-c?libie pistol and six gal
long of corn whiskey.
ANSON 0. MERRICK,
Octobor 4, 1800. 40-43
IXTKHNAL RKVKNUK SHKVICK,
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
DKPUTY COM, KC roi I'S OKFIOK,
WALHALLA, S. C., Oct. 10, 1800.
rriHE following doscribod property hav
JL ing boon soized from G. Q. Smith
for violation of Sections 32S0 and 320(1,
Revised Statutes United States, notico
is horoby givon that any poison claiming
samo must givo bond ns required by
Section 33(10, Revised Statutes United
States, within days from dato hereof,
or tho samo will bo forfeited to tho
United States : ' I
Ono buckskin horse, ono one-horse
wagon and harness, 07 gallons, "esti-1
mated," corn whiskoy.
ANSON O; MERRICK,
Octobor 10, 1800. 42-45
Dr. W. F. Austin,
OFFICE DAYS : MONDAYS, FRIDAYS
AND SATURDAYS. '
Soptombor 7, 1800.
and will cut pric<
EN DAYS WILL SELL
WES, FOR 25c. SEE
l ints at ... '2Jc.
ii 7c, 8o. and 10c.
)TTON FLANNELS, BLANKETS.
VT CUT PRICES.
i for Clothing-my s-iles havo boen
rom Now York and Railroad Com
WED, AND T
Slats and Castors-worth ?M.50.
.ny ono boforo getting my pricos
irehants buy thom.
0 Suit*-they arc beauties.
-G R O CE
it, *4.00; Half Pntont, 13.76,
... . fcl.OO.
ved a lot of Men's,
f Crockery. Fifty
Dut the prices. The
MOST GOODS HAVE ADVANCED, B
WANT TO SELL NOW, AND Yi
BftOAD CLOTH, in Black, Blue and Garn
LADIES' KID GLOVES, worth $1.00 por j
LADIES' KID GLOVES, worth 85o. pov pi
A FEW CAPES AND JACKETS J
COME BEFOBE TI
KED FLANNEL, pri?e 35o. per yard, to ol
BED FLANNEL, prioo 88J0. per yard, to o
We want your trade, and will do yoi
otc, if you will glvo us a triah
A small lot of Hamos? Oil-prioe 2?o
haok if you aro not ploased with it.
Always como to ooo us. Wo will do
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, dircot
most varied stooks of goods wo ha\
samo old stand. Wo havo EVEUYTHI
Machino Nocdlo to a Diso Plow.
The Ladies 0?i>oc?aiiy w?*>* '
othor Dress Goods boforo buying olsowhor
Wo havo tho latest and most up to-di
mon. Our TIES aro porfoot beauties. Co
Wo havo tho best and ohoapost lot
havo ovor had, and you can savo money by
Shoes! SIIOKS! SHOES I-Tho tin
., i..,,"*,. to have Shoos, r ltd wo aro pi
and soo our now lino of HOUSE SLIPPE
fort and Durability aro combined in thom.
Don't forgot that ROXANE FLOU1
you will find it so.
Wo approclato and want your patrol
prices and good quality can tacuro it.
WE SELL THE FAMOUS If & (
It is a pleasuro to show our goods.
Notice toDebtops and Creditors
and Final Settlement.
ESTA TH OK MAKIAH BUUNS, DKOICASHD.
ALL persons indebted to tho ostato of
Mariah Bums, decoasod, aro here
by notified to malro paymonfc to tho
undersigned, and all portons liaving
claims against said ostato will present
tho samo duly attested, on or boforo
Friday, tho '21th day of November, 1800,
or bo barred.
Also, application will bo mado to D.
A. Smith, Esq., Judgo of Probato for
Oconoo county, Stato of South Carolina,
af, his ofllco at Walhalla Court IIouso on
Friday, Novombor 24th, 1800, at ll o'clock
in tho foronoon, or as soon tboroaftor ns
said application can bo hoard, io* loavo
to niako final sottlomoiit of tho ostato of
Mariah Burns, deceased, and for final
discharge as said administrator.
R. M. BURNS, Adm'r.
Ootobor 10, 1800. 42-45
ir. G. G. Probst,
DENTIS rv 9
Walhalla, S. C.
Ofllce two Doors East of Bank,
nouns : 8.:10 A. M. TO 1 i?. M. AND 2 TO fl
March 24, 1808.
ss to move them
ALL 40c, 45c. AND
THEM BEFORE BUY
I have a nico All-Wool Beaver ()
for only $7.f>0. Boys' same goods f
KV KU Y ONE WU
This is no fake, but facts. Br
OUR S H(
is complete. We handle nothing 1
money. Still have some of those
Seo our Women's Oil Grain, wor
Biggest and best line of Children'
men and boys.
WORE TO C
SEE MY REI) BED!
Oak Post Beds-just as good as
tho only house that handles thom lu
Sec my Oak Dressers-Fronch Pl
All Oak Beds ohoapor than anywi
See our Mattresses, from Railroad
Just cough up tho Cash
-T II E F A
All kinds, sorts and sizes of Coil
Fixtures. Wo koop a full lino all tho
Boys' and Children'
boxes Tobacco. All
y are great bargains
UT WK HAVE SOME THINGS WK
rK MAKE THE FOLLOWING
ot, worth 00c. per yard, to closo at 70c.
pair, to closo nt..,. 8?c?
dr, to'close at.. .7rtc.
IT REDUCED PRICES IF YOU
IKY ARK ?ONK. .
i right in Dross GoodB, Flannels, Shoes,
.-to CIOBO at 20o. per oau. You? monoy
frd & Co.,
from Now York, ono of tho largest ami
0 over had, and arc doing business at tho
NG YOU NEED OU WANT, from a
;o como in natl examino and prico our
s, Sorgos, Plaids, Percales, Outings aud
D. !.", ' ' :
ato NECKWEAR for ladies and gontlo
mo and soo thom.
of MEN'S and ROYS' CLOTHING wo
buying from us.
io of year has como whon ovorybody hos
repaired to suit and ilt ovorybody. Como
RS fot mon and women. Rcauty, Coin
1 is tho best on tho markot. Try it and
iago, and aro dotormincd to have it if low
> CORSETS-THE VERY REST.
Givo UK call.
Will bo m ado next Bpriug
whoa tho summor garments
and fabrics which aro not
proporly packed away this
fall aro found to bo moth
oaten and full of holes. This
need not happen, booauso I
am selling Camphor Halls at
10 couts por pound.
J. D. DARBY,
1RICKSONS trespassing upon tho lands
of tho mulei signed, in any way,
will bo dealt with according to law.
J, J. ANSICI,, WBSLKY BUR?SIDK,
WM. LADY, ,T. B. PAI.MKU,
WM. A. Wurra, WKBX.KV A. WHITR,
R. T. J AYN KS.
October 4, 1800. 40-48
50c. GOODS, ALL
vorcoat, worth $10.00 everywhere,
or ?5(5.00-worth $8.00.
O LOOKS BUYS! .
ing the boys-can lit them all.
mt tho best and can savo you big
R. H. High Cut Tap Solo Brogans
th $1.25, for $1.00.
s Shoes any whore. Also Hoots for
S AND BUREAUS,
all oak-nt one-half price. T am
Into Mirror-at $7.00.
1 Company, for $1,25.
will do tho rest.
ins and Caskets, Robed and Collin
fcittK. Orders lilied day or night.
s Suits and Dress
from the Railroad.
Mi i wiri