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MY ?TAYNES* SlIHJjQIt, SMITH & STECK.
WAr.il.fAl.il* A, SOUTH ?AR01iINA, DEGliUB?U 21, 1800.
e have on h
date Clothing ever
A good Wooli?
sell you for only $
A beautiful Su
any style you wan
special price only !
The best Heav
$15, our closing 01
The best Suit <
brought to Oconee
color you want, in
would be worth $'
you now for only !
A GREAT BAB
AND LET US
BE NO TB
Greatest Bargains ever ol
ns cheap ;ts anybody else, hui w
When you conic lo town
not bring them along, just brinj
Wo have on hand thc lat?
and suit anybody in quality and
Wo will give von a few p
I nnir liest Ladies' Woollen Hose.... 15o
1 pair Men's liest. Woollen Socks.15c
I pair largo si/.o Linen or Cotton Tow
I pair (Sold Plated Link or Levin Cuff
1 Men's Heavy Winter [Tndorshirt... 15c
1 Men's Heavy Working Shirt.15c
1 good pair Scissors. .15c
I pail Infant's Woollen Dootio**.loo
1 boan ti fol Chair Tidy.1?>o
I nico I'icturo Frame.15c
1 yard real good Tahlo Oil Cloth.15c
1 pair largo size Linen Towoi ls.25c
1 solid silk Handkerchief.25o
1 hean ti ful Hoys' Hal.23c
J'?T'.Bomeniher wc can s,
Jockels, (?uns and Musical Insli
buy. Wo will treat yon right .
Wc make thc wants of oti
good.*; will show how well wc sh
own. The result is: We keep I
ors daily. One price to all, no <
r Vi h flliQ
uh iii 11 nuu
OFFICE DAYS : MONDAYS, Fifi DAYS
September 7, 1800.
Dr. G. C. Probst,
I> IO IS" T I RT,
Walhalla, S. C.
Office two Doofs East of Bank,
Hocus : s.:i0 A. M. TO I p. M. AM? 2 TO 0
Mandi 21, IMS.
KKOWKK, S. C., December Ith, 1800.
ALL poisons aro cautioned not to
miter our lands with dog or gun,
nor to hunt, (raj? or oatch hirds or gamo
of any kind. S. K. KA V KN KL,
DANI KL KA VKNKL.
December 7, 1800. 1!? 52
fm- tho next municipal election aro
now opon at Mrs. K. M. Cud worth's
store. K. M. OUDWORTIf,
October 10, 1800.
and the most beauti
brought to Walhal
en Suit, well worth
Lit, all Wool, guaran
t, sells everywhere
y Navy Blue on the
it price only $6.4o.
on the market and t
county, we have il
which we can suit
2o to anybody, reme
GAIN IN YOUT
BRING YOUR ]
i FIT THEM UP. \
s and O
Fbrod in Overcoats. Wo do not n
e mean we will soil you for ONE-'
bring youi' wifo and children and
r tho measure of their foot and w<
^ HATS, ETC.^
.st and host selected stock of Hal:
ricos of our Notions lo show you !
1 pair ladies' ii no Merino Woolton
1 pair mon's lino Merino Woolton
I men's good Wool Hat.25o
I mon's good W'ucor Cap.25c
1 pair men's oxtra good Cloves.25c
(i largo size Linen Napkins .25c
1 men's White Unlaundered Shirl ...25c
j 1 beautiful Chair Tidy.25c
j I beautiful Table Scarf. .. .25c
? 1 pair Hoys' all-Wool Knee I'ants... .25c
12 bails Thread.fie
.! spools Thread. 5c
2 spools good Thread.fie
I spool 1*.Coats' or Clark's Thread 4o |
uve you from 15 to 30 per cont
iTimonis, Trunks and Valises. B<
ir customers a study, and a carofti
idy tho interest of our customers,
he customers we make, and make
devi ilion lo anybody. Give us a
Bargain St or?
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
ALI? persons indebted to tho estato
. of P. II. Williams, deceased, aro
hereby not i lied to make payment to tho
undersigned, and all poisons having
claims against said estato will present
tho same, duly attested, within the time
prescribed by law, or bo barred.
.J. M. CALLAS,
Administrator of tho Estate of I', IL
. December 7, 1800. 40-52
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
ALL persons indebted to the estato of
Kdmund Horndon, deceased, aro
hereby notified to inako payment to tho
undersigned, and nil perso:.s having
claims against said estato svill present
tho samo, duly attested, on or boforo tho
8th day of .january, 1000, or bo barred.
M J SS M. A. II ERNDON,
As Kxcoutrix of tho Kstato of Edmund
If erndon, deceased,
December 7, 1800. 40-52
IVotico of Final Rot
tiennent ftn?l Ji>i?
NOTICE is hereby given that tho un
dersigned will make application to
I). A. Smith, Ksq., Judge of Probato
for Ooo'ibo county, in tho Stato of South
Carol i u /, at his office at Walhalla Court
Mouse /on Monday, tho 8th day of
January, 1000, at II O'olook in tho fore
noon, or ns soon thereafter ns said ap
plication can bo heard, for lca\o to make
lltial settlement of tho estato of Kdmund
I (erndon, deceased, and for final dis
charge as Kxocutrix of said estate.
MISS M. A. Il ERNDON,
As Kxcoutrix of tho Last Will ami Ten
tn mont of Kdmund llorudon, deceased.
December 7, lbUO. 40-52
iful line of Up-to
La, S. G.
$5, which we will
teed fast color, in
i else for $11, our
market, well worth
;he best Suit ever
] in any style and
the young and old,
>mber we sell it to
H'S AND CHIL
toan to say that wo will soil you
ni I RD LESS than anybody olso.
>S OF SHOES.
lot UH lit thom up. Il' you can?
) -will (lo tho rost.
s ou tho market. Wo eau lil
that AYO moan just what wo say
ll papera Needles. 5e
?5 papera good Vina. f>c
7 dozen Hai.' Pina. nc
2 good men's or IndiOB1 Handkerchiefs fie
1 Linon Handkerchief. 5c
2 pair Socks. fie
1 Rood pair Socks.oe
1 Rood pair ladies' lioso.5c
1 good pair children's lioso. 5o
4,good rinses. 5c
1 large Purse.5o
2 dozen largo sizo Safoty Pins. 5c
.'5 boxes Rood Shoo Blacking. 5c
1 box of tho best Shoo Blacking. 5c
2 Towels. 5c
1 pair Suspondors. 5c
on Ladies' Skirts, (lapos and
3 sure and soo thom before you
il exam nation of our prices and
Wo link our interest with your
a largo number of new custom
call, for we ari? anxious for your
The statistician of the department
of agriculture at Washington reports
8,000,000 bales as the probable cot
ton production of thc United States
for 1809-1000. Tho estimate is
based upon a largor number of both
general and special reports than was
ovor before received by thc depart
ment on a cotton crop.
Bears tho jp The Kind You llavs Always Bought
Datos aro Flxod.
Louie vtr.i.K, Kv., December 0.-Ooh
llonnot II. Young received a telegram
from George Moorman, of Now Orleans,
Adjutant Honorai United Confederate
Veterans, InforminR him that May :!().
ill, Juno 1, 2 and !i aro tho dates fixed
for tho National Confederate reunion to
bo hold hero noxt yoar. Tho dato? pre
viously proposed hy local Confederates
woro May 10, 17 and IS. Tho ohauRO
is entirely satisfactory.
- -* . -.
Governor McSwconoy rocontly visited
Charleston ofllclally, and wan received
with Ronuino cordiality by thopopulaco
it appears. This is BOmothlng r
under tho sun. What dons it mean?
reform govornnr roceivh?R recognition
in tho very conter of Pal motto politics ls j
calculated to paralyze Kdgoflcld states
manship, to say nothing of tho Aiken
contingent. Cnn lt moan that tho olivo
branch Is to bo brought into requisition
during tho impending campaign? Lac
us hopo so. Or, in thin demonstration nf
roRnrd to bo intornroted an an ill omen to
tho governor's political aspirants.-Sum
Christmas Bolls. ,
I hoard tho bolls on Christmas day .
Their old fninllinr oarolB piny,
And wild and sweet
Tho words ropont
Of "Poaco on oartb, good-will to mon."
And thought, how, ns tho day had como,
Tho belfries of all Christendom
Now ring along
Tho unbrokon songs
Of "Poeo? on oarth, good-will to mon."
Till ringing, singing, on its way,
Tho world rovolvod from night to day,
A VOico, a chime,
A chant sublimo,
Of "Poaco on oartb, good-will to mon."
Hut in despair I bowed my hoad
"Thor? is no poaco on earth," I said ;
"For bato ia strong,
And mooka tho song
Of 'Pcaco on oarth, good-will to mon.' "
Then ponied tho bolls,morn loud and doop,
"Cod is not dead; nor doth Ho ??loopI
Tho Wrong shall fail, tho Right prevail,
With poaoo on earth, good-will to mon."
CORPORAL MASSEY E. SEALEY WRITES A
LETTER TO CHAS. FINKENSf EDT.
Passes Around Northern Africa, Algiers and
Tunis-Will Go Through Suoz Canal.
Our fellow-citizen, Mr. Chas. Fin
kenstede bas received tho following
letter from bia friend, Corporal Mas
sey (Manco) K. Scaley, Company I,
47th U. S. Volunteers, now on his
way to tho Philippine Islands :
ISI.H OK MALTA, li. P., CITY DOX
JUAN VKLKNCIA, November 20, 1890.
-Aa wo steamed, thia morning, into
thia Old World harbor, viewing thc
many strange and wonderful sights
presented to view, I was thinking of
my old cbuin, Charlie, and my many
friends so far away. There is no
truer saying, however, than that dis
tance lends enchantment to th3
viow, for 1 never felt before thc
strength and lovo of tho old tics so
forcibly ns now.
Wo have had a wonderful trip
since wc left New York, our brat
port being Gibraltar, 8,200 miles
away. We steamed into tho above
named port at 9 o'clook on thc morn
ing of Novcmbor 14th, and viewed,
for the first time, tho rock Gibraltar,
af world-wide fame, and such won
iora wore exhibited to our gn/.c as it
is worth while traveling the world
ivor to see tho great rock, with
ts wonderful fortifications, with 1899
gillis, its barracks for 15,000 men, its
Lruly international city at ita baso,
ind harbor crowded with ships of all
Thero wo had shore leave. We
.vero rowed from our ship to shore
>y a crew of Portugese sailors at
>nc shilling a head. All you have
,o do when you have reached there
s to minglo with tho crowd, and1 the
.eault will bc satisfactory, even to
,ho moat fastidious. You will sec
,hc turbaned Turk shouldering the
>are-legged and flowing-gowned
\Ioor ; tho Spaniard, the English
man, Irish and Scotch all intorming
ing aa if they had nothing moro to
lo than to make a pretty picture.
After leaving Gibraltar we sailed
lown through tho Strait of Gibral
ar, skirting all the wonderful coun
rios of Northern Africa-Algiers,
Punis and others of Hiblioal fame.
The Atlas mountains were in full
now most of tho way through the
Prom the Gibraltar Strait wc
[teamed into tho Mediterranean so-t
md on past Tripoli to this wonder,
ul little isle of tho soi.
In coming into port we steam
.brough a very narrow channel, with 1
ortiiioations on either side, and stu h
jreat structures they word. We
vero saluted by the fort? when enter
ng tho harbor, and the Queen's sol
liors were out in i'orco upon tho bat
tements to givo us welcome. Wo
viii go on shore to-morrow and will
lave several days here and then will
>ut on to Port Said. After passing
.brough the Sue/, Canal I will havo
nore timo to write and will then
lave more to aay. So I will start in
md close for ibis time.
f # * M * * .
Peat regards to my friends, and
ell them I often think of the good
(Corp.) MAMSKY E. SKAI.KY,
To my friends I will say that my
tdd ress is: Massey Ii. Scaley, Co. I,
17th (J. S. V., Philippine Islands.
? j P ISO'S CURE F O
liUHto WHlllt AU Llbt JAILS.
UOKt Coiitih Syrup, TUM Oood. Uso
In lim... : 'ni.i by tlruuulMn
Stephen Ii. Anderson, a wealthy
S?ew York contractor, committed
micide last Tuesday morning. Ile
ihot himself in tho head with a 88
.alibro pistol, death hoing instant.
Progrnmmo of tho Union Mooting to
ho Hold nt Boaverdnm Churoh.
Tho union mooting of tho Third
Division of tho Beavordam Associa
tion will be hold with Boavordatn
church the fifth Sunday and Satur
day before in this month.
Sermon on Saturday at ll A. M.
by Hov. J. It. Karlo.
Subjects for dismission :
1. How can wo bring into moro
ootivo sorvioo tho young mon of our
ohurches? Discussod by J. W? Bour
don and M. C. Barton.
2. What should a church do with
a brothor who refuses to help defray
tlio church expenses? Discussed by
J. D. StOheoyphcr and Hov. C.
Ward law. .
8. Will ii church v/hicli fail*- ta
sustain her ministry prosper in any
of tho Christian graces ? Discussed
by W. E. Barton and Kev. J. M.
4. Who re?oives tho groatest bene
fit from tho missionary contributions
-tho giver or tho receiver ? Dis
cussed by John Hombreo and Rev.
R. W. Nelson.
Sunday, 11.30 A. M., devotional
oxcrciscs by the Moderator, Kev. A
Sunday school nt 10 o'clock. Con
ducted by .T. R. Karlo.
Missionary sermon at ll A. M. bj
Kev. M. M. Allen.
./. H. HARKIS, for Committee.
Programme of tho Union Meeting t(
bo Held at Claremont Church.
The Third District union meeting
will bo held with Claremont Baptis
church on Friday, Saturday and Sun
day, December 20, ?10 and 81, 1899
Introductory sermon at ll o'clocl
A. M. on Friday by Hov. P. J. Vir
1. What methods can best BCOUr
tho most effective services of thc sis
tors in behalf of thc causo of Christ
To be discussed by J. M. Callas, 13
S. Boggs and J. G. Huff.
2. The church-Where is it at o
thc vital questions of the day ? T
be discussod by Hov. D. W. Iliot
W. C. Owens and Hov. M. G. Ho
8. Mormonism-What is it, an
our duty in reference to it? To I
discussed by Hov. P. J. Virmillioi
M. W. Coleman and R. L. Symes.
An educational address on Satin
day by J. W. Sholor, Esq., Truste
of Furman University.
Music for tho occasion led by Pro
J. F. Morton.
Sunday school mass meeting at 1
o'clock. Addresses by T. M. Eire
and J. C. Shockley.
Jos. C. GARRISON,
Chairman of Committee.
Deafness Cannot ho Cured
by local applications, as they cann
reach tho diseased portion of tho or
Thero is only ono way to euro deafncf
and that is by constitutional remedie
Deafness is caused by an Inflamed co
dit ion of tho mucous lining of tho ousl
chiall tube. When this tubogots inflan)
you havo a rumbling sound or imperf?
hearing, and whon it is entirely clos
deafness is tho result, and unless t
inflammation eau he taken out and tl
tubo restored to its normal conditio
hearing will bo destroyed forever. Ni
cases out of ten are canned by catari
which is nothing but an inflamed com
tion of tho mucous surfaces.
Wo will givo ono hundred dollars 1
any caso of deafness (caused by catari
I that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catai
Cure. Send for circulars freo.
1<\ J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O
Sold by druggists, 750. Hall's Fain
I'ills aro tho host.
In thc Philippines.
MANILLA, Deoomber 15.-Mir
Match, of thc 88d volunteers, repo
that Gon. Young has destroy
Aguinaldo's body guard in acti
and Gens. Crojurio, Del and Pi
wore killed, and Gen. Consopst
was captured. Major March li
rated f>7f> Spanish prisoners, inch
ing lf>0 Friars. Tho American 1
was two killed and niuo wounded.
Lopanto Province is nearly clea
of rebels and Aguinaldo in a fugit
in tho mountains without a cc
CJ J?K. J5t> T CT> H. X -A. ?
Boan tho jp The Kind You Have Always Bot
English Christmas Custom.
Tho Christmas trco found its v
into England through Prince Alb
soon after his botrothal to Qu
Victoria. A peculiar Knglish i
tom IA that of passing a small I
round thc table after tho ('brist
dinner, from which each pet
plucks tho gift previously pl?
thero for him or her.
Tiittlo boy--"Pa, why do thoj
ways represent Victory ns a wornt
Pa-"Whon you got married
of those days, my son, you will
Jost 'Fore Christmas.
For Christmas, with its lots and lots of
ramil eu, oakes and toys,
Was mado, thoy say, for proper klde, and
?ot for naughty boys;
So wash your face and brush your hair,
and mind your n's and q's,
And don't bust oui yor pantaloons, and
don't wear out your shoos;
Say "Yossum" to tho ladios, and "Yos
sur" to tho mon,
And whon thoy's company, don t pass
your plato for plo again ;
But thinkln' of tho thiugs yor'd Uko tor
soo upon that troo, ,'.
Jest 'foro Christmas bc ns good as yor
ARE- RAPIDLY THINNING THE BRITISH
RANKS-METHUEN'S MEN HELD IN
Tho British Walk into Trap-England Soos a
Dofoat in tho Engagement.
LONDON, December 14.-liach im
portant battle seems to bring a worse
reverso for tho British, and tho pa
pers this morning sorrowfully admit
that Lord Methuen's oheck nt Mag
orsfontein is tho most serious event
tho war has yet produced.
Accounts of tho engagement from
Gen. Mothucn show that it was most]
disastrous to the /British) and that
his loss was heavy. In dispatches to
tho war oflice, Gen. Methuen says:
"Our artillery shelled a very strong
position held by tho enemy in a long,
high kopje, from 4 o'clock until dusk
Sunday. It rained hard last night.
"Tho Highland brigade attacked
at daybreak on Monday tho south
end of tho kopje. Thc attack waa |
properly timed but failed.
"Tho guards were ordered to pro
tect tho Highlands' right and rear, h
The cavalry and mounted infantry,
with a Howitzer artillery battery, <
attacked the enemy on tho left and i
the guards on tho right, supported
by fiold artillery and Howitzer artil
lery. They shelled tho position from i
daybreak, and at 1.16 I sent tho Gor- ]
dons to support the Highland bri- t
gadc. The troops hold their own in 1
front of the enemy's entrenchments
until dusk, tho position extending, I
including the kopje, for a distance of <
8?x miles toward Modder river. > To- 1
day I am holding my position and 1
"When tho Highlanders mot the
murderous point-blank iiro of tho 1
Boers, about 200 were mowed down, i
"Tho British casualties included i
tho'Marquise of Winchester, major <.
of thc second battalion ol tho Cold- t
stream Guards, who was killed, and (
Col. Downhnm, of thc first battalion i
of tho Gordon Highlanders, who was 1
mortally wounded. t
"Our loss was great. I had to face i
at least 12,000 men. r
"Thc Black Watch regiment, on 1
reforming, was able to muster only
100 men. \
"Tho Boers lost heavily in tho t
trenches and also in tho wiro entnn- I
glementa when they carno into the c
open in an attempt to make a Hank 1
[ittack on tho British. I
"Thc tcrrilio British artillery lire rJ
provoked no responso except from 1:
thc Boer rifles until nearly 4 o'clock t
in thc afternoon, when the Gordon v
Highlanders formed to renew tho nt- ?
Lack on tho entrenched kopje. They c
ldvanced with tho utmost gallantry ii
Lo attack thc Boera, close to tho
placo where lay their dead and
wounded comrades of the Highland t
"Tho enemy opened with a heavy t
Shrapnel firo ns the British advanced,!
ind it was found physically impossi
ble to tako the Boer trenches.
"Tho British got within two lum
ire d yards, but could got no nearer,
[t was hero that Col. Downhnm foli.|
Tho Boers had freo recourao to
barbed wire entanglements, which
offered groat obstacles even after the
lamago inflicted by the British ar
?.This morning (Thursday) both
ddca occupied positions they held
boforo thc battle. Tho greatest |
bravery waa displayed by both ofli
jora and mon. Thc wounded include
Lieut. Col. A. IC. Codrington and
Capt. Sterling, both of thc First bat
talion of thc Coldstream Guards.
"A detachment of Boors, posted
nnong aomo thick bushes to the oaat,
maintained a most destructive firo I
sn our right.
"With tho remarkable talent for
Laking cover, which thc Boera al
inya display, thoy wore, generally
.peaking, virtually invisible, and, al
though tho enemy's artillory waa
practically silenced, their ville fire
waa ao poraiatent and concentrated, I
ia well na usually woll aimed, that it
wnB absolutely impossible for thc
Makes the food more del
HOYAt BAKtttO POWO
British infantry to lake tho position
"At tho first advance, of tho High
landers, tho Boor shooting,, probably
owing to tho darkness, was some
what high. Otherwise thc BjitiabJ
lojso? would" havo boon still hoavier.",
The Associated Press understands
that tho war oflico yestorday (Wed
nesday) decided, in consequence of
Lord Mothuon's losses at Magorsfon
toin, to niobili/o an oighth division
in reserve and to send tho Sovonth
division to tho Capo.
BRITISH LOSt 832.
LONDON, December 14.-(After
noon.)-Tho British have mot with
disastrous defeat in South Africa.
The Boors have overwhelmed thc
Queen's army in Capo Colony, and
two general, Gataoro and Methuen,
have tasted tho bitterness of Boor
victory. Their armies have been
forced backward, and tho long
boasted advance of the BritiBh
through tho Orango Free State and
the Transvaal, by way of Kimberly,
lias boon checked. While in tho
end it is confidently expected thc
British will mareh through thc ono
my's country, tho fact is now that
Lhcy have been whipped, and whip
ped badly. Nothing short of great
reinforcements, and that at once,
will savo tho invading army from
It turns out that tho battle of
Monday at Magersfontoin Avas thc
greatest Boer victory of tho war. '
Lord Mothuon's forces wcro not only
Irivcn back in dismay, but thoy loft
1 total of 832 ofliocrs and mon either
lead, wounded or captured on thc
iold of battle. In this number wcro
nany of thc llowor and pick of tho
British army, and to-day thoro is
lorrow and mourning in hundreds of
Even the boasting British Tory
lapera and tho war department ofli
iials admit temporary dofcat, and
langland is now humiliated as she
ins not boen in do/.ens of years.
10,000 nouns OAPTUU'?D.
On top of tho positive nows of the
iocrs' groat victories in Cape Colony
ionics a report, said to have origl
?ated at Piotermarit/.burg to tho
?ffect that Gen. Baller's army hnB
intered Ladysmith and relieved
len. White's British army, captur
ng 10,000 Boors in tho operation,
i?ut this port is evidently a case of
ho wish being father to tho hope. It
s discredited at thc war department
md no news of a confirmatory nature
ian been received in London.
Only such a great stroko of luck
viii save Britain's pride at this june
,uro of tho war. Should Gen. Jou
icrt's forces about Ladysmith prove
iqual to thc task of applying tho
esson to Gen. Buller that has been
nought home to Gen. Methuen, tho
Transvaal war would no doubt be
trought to a speedy close. Already
he Capo Colony Dutch aro in re
rolt against Britain, and thc Free
>tato and Transvaal forces aro re
eiving hundro.'V of recruits from an
mex peeled source daily.
It is stated by a person in a posi
ion to know that tho Queen's mon
al anxiety gives tho greatest alarm
o tho royal household.
is the cheapest medi
cine in the world for
that cough of yours.
)f a ravon tress in his lockot
The young niau scorned awfully fond,
intil ho onllcd around ono ovonlng,
And found the brunotto a blondo.
ic?ous and wholesome
MHiinSii III wi J.i.min ni
A Warning to 0.lr?8,
LITCHFIKLD, III., Docombor 10.
Pooplo aro agitated in LHohfiok* over
tho nows that J^a^i
I oonviotod of forgery!
I sont to Chester pr?Bonl
j Glonn's BOX remained
tho prison oflioers nskcj
to put on conviot gar!
; woakened and divulgoa
Glonn roached Lit
years ago, but whence
ono knows. Ho dresi
cour tod liko a prince,
became a Booioty favoi
girls fell in love with
last spring lie wont to
near Litchfield, to ropi
neas connel^ and see
at tho homo oYyTart
thy citi/.on. ll?u
of Ella Duke, t\p
and they became"]
In April Glonn ^
purchase of propot
and offered a noto for M
by John and Julian MoL
ors living near Hillsbc
Duke furnished a bond fol
oner's appearance and ho
tho Duko houBohold.
The wodding of Glenn!
Duko was fixed for Ootdj
but two days before that'
lovor disappeared, and a
afterward Fannie Duke, al
Ella, received a lotter fron
Perry," at St. Louis, sayingfj]
Glenn had been drowned tl
and a few days later UH
hended Glonn at Paduoah, I
To-day tho Glonn womi1
remarkable story. She saj
a twin brothor who is almol
act counterpart of herself!
thoy were dressed in simil.q
apart; '*"*" '
Last month, sho says, sh|
brother in Padueah, heard
of tho forgery and escapo,
she donned his clothing and
herself to bo taken prisonerL .
hnv brother. Tho story is um?
Elia Duke, Glenn's fianl
been almost prostrated Bil
lover's disappearance lasts
just on the eve of tho woddil
She refuses to beliovo that (J;
B. B. B. FOR BAD BLOOD.
A Trial Bottlo Will Bo Sont f-reo
Boadors of Tho Courier.
Had blood cansos blood and skin!
eaaos, eruptions, pimplos, sorofula,
lug sores, ulcers, cancor, cczc
Beaba, eruptions and ?ac**|*$jj|
rheumatism, ".cat??frh, Hobing hu?
otc For-tiioso troubles a positiv? spd
euro is found in H. II. II. (Botanic '.
Hahn), tho most wonderful blood pur
of tho ago. It lias boon thoron*
toatod for tho past thirty yoara and
always cured ovon tho moat deop<soat
persistent casca, aftor doctors and
ont medicines had all failod. H. H.
euros by driving out of tho blood i
poisons and humors which oauso 'ai
those troubles, and a euro ia thus mudo
that ?B pormanent. Contagious blood
poison, produoing oruptions, swollen
glands, uicorated tliroat and mouth, . <'<....
pured by H. H. H., tho only romcf'ff tlf?tj
oan aotunlly ouro tills trouble/ At drug-1
Kists. $1 por largo bottlo; sik largo hot-i
tics (full troatmont) $5. fi? ovory retidorj
of TH? COUIUKU may yr at H. H. H.. wo
will send froo and pro;)aid a trial bottlo.
Writo to-day. Mou'.oal advico froo. Ad
dress Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Qa.
,- qa^fri.-i-- --
Mr. W. A. Kocklin, tho photo
grapher, recently delivered to tho
Governor's oflioe a composito picture -
of tho Governors of South Carolina
since 187G, which was ordered some
Limo ago. It is to bo plaood in tito
private socfotary's oftioo and is cora- |
posed of five pioturca of tho follow
ing Governors :
W. D. ?i'mpson-1878-80.
T. B. Jetor-1880.
Hugh S. Thompson-1882-80.
Jno. C. Sheppard-1880.
John P. Richardson-1880-00.
li. R. Tillman-1800-03.
Jno. Gary Evans-180 l-tfo\
Wm. II. Ellorbo-1800-00.
Miles li. McSwoenoy- -liU'iO.
Of theso all aro living save Gov?.
Simpson, Ilagood, Jeter, KUorbc,
and Hichard?on. The picture is ono ?
of peculiar intorost, oovorfhg, aa il
docs, two rovoluti'mary
South Gavolina politics.