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WALHALLA, S. U. :
IVItNUAV, UKI?. V?.N, IN??.
RICANS GLQSE ON
[v and Howe Pursuing- tho
.MORE'S M TON RETAKEN
taptitlu Himself, Ilowovor, Remains
"T* Prisoner-(lcm ral Oils Cables tho
-AV ar Dopa vt nt nut lt eg ur tl I II g tlio.Slt
uatlon In liUKon.
'AKIIINOTON, Dee. 2?. - A cablegram
.nowt Otis was received at the
^mj-itoilay giving tho first
moui^Vk? of rn- Jouobinoutfl
Colonels Hare and llover ??:.
rarsuliiit Aguinaldo. General Otis'
Los Indicate that Hioyare close upon
insurgent leader and also sta'.o that
of tho American prisoners have
?I rotakju. though Captain Gilmore
ill in lln> hands of tho enemy,
lenora! Otis' dispatch follows:
|Gonor*l Young reports, under date
[Doo. 81, from Vlgau, that Colonels
[."0 and Howe woro board lr?tu Doc.
Jtill in pursuit through tho m ou n
Ig^J^t.'*? insurgent column having
?mers, of v hom four were oap
fSapliiiii 'filmore remaining pris
Fho insurgents aro one day in
Ifoe and the pursuit is continue.!.
[Itrsuing troop's have encountered
[hardships, but will probably strike
ifo bundi oil and ono Spanish pris
from Apnrrl nrrirod this morn
[fi?O more in that s -dion, niontly
awaiting trnuspoi .ttiou to M.\
Kixtiro Sixteenth imnntry IOUYOS
[parri tomorrow for stations from
loint as far south as Hayonbong.
itcheldor's bat i allon, Twenty
fi, is now on lowor Kio Grande In
jondltiou ro rot um to Han .lose
tfo'rty-fourth infantry being
|ughr.s at Hollo, wlio reports
Jg ros and adjacent islauds
lg troops and supplies hoing
through service Mauila und
liilwav, two trains daily. All
J?rn Luzon open Jan. I.'1
Ited of AI i H.i p (ir o pr I u 1111,1 (? uv
H -nt Kiwitts In Heston.
LKS. Uno. Sb.-Charles H.
tr president of tho Globe
lit of Huston, which failed
irsdav, was arrested at Ito
,/iiited States Mtirshnl Os
[ooJought to this city today.
/ was made un a warrant
trAin with misappropriation of
jr.it fonds. The information
from Boston to Uni tod States
(y Flint and arrived last uigHt.
accompanied by lila wife and
ivcd in this city last Saturday
[stored at the Vanuiiyoa House,
vy they went to Redonda. Ho
?watte m pt to ci.ne-al his iden?
l?'gh evidently aware that his
ion stn tod tl at hi-j father knows
nothing about the bank's
flo resigned from tho proal
tho institution about two
dly wont from Heston to Salt
whore Colo bas mining ln
later came to Los Angelds
of Mrs. Cole's hoaith.
boen coime.tod with tho
Ik for ?50 years and his roit
[nsed a sen an'.lou In Boston,
nioner will hu hold here awaiting
Fea from Dos ton.
?J STAB LE KILLS A NEGRO.
o?os Him Through Ute Streets unil
Sellers S ll uri purs.
M.PM ni A, S. C., Hoc. 98.-Lawyers,
^.latinas shoppers rind visiting couu
people heard lead whizz on Haw
Inge yesterday and lhere was wild
literation. Constable Hlshop lost hts
ld pursuing a negro chai ged with
iving a crop nndai lien. He polled
Li pistol and fired down the sidewalk.
[?chased thu negro into a lawyer's
loo, shootlnf .wo sin ?H in tho ofilee.
The negro was caught and taken bank
Into tho magistrate's ollleo. Soon aftur
fivards ho felt on his back ami sa\v blood
m his hands, then rm hts abdomen, and
found blood thero. Ho coolly told the
"I am a dead >!'.".!>., please semi mo
home to die in bod. ''
This was done, flo died hist night.
A sum; eulin ion CROUP.
Twenty-l ive Year?;' Constat.I Use Without a
Failure flood Stull.
Thc 'hsl indication id roup is hoarse
ness, am' ina child subject to that i|is
ease ii iiaj he taken as a sure .?gu of Hu
appro eh of .ni attach, Followine. this
hon rsi ness is a peculiar rough cough.
If I hamheiIain's I ough IJemeily is given
as : ouii as the child bee?unes hoarse, or
eve i ai1 i r the . i ..up;. < ough appeal >. il
will pt e\.nt the al lai U. 11 i - used in
many |l"- i-ands ol' lennis in this broad
hind'aii'l nevei di appoints I he anxious
nea hoi . VVe have yet lu lea? n of a sin
gie instale e lu u hu h il hits not ploted
rill-el nal. Su ol her pr? p.oath ti can
show snell an-' t ! . years' constant
Use w ilhoiit a I a i i II 11 . Kol sale by I. W.
Hell, Walhalla : \Y. .1. I limey, Sein t a '
ll. li. Kimmi i man. Wt . t minster.
I' lourie.;: VI i 11 Deni royed.
Howi.iNt. (ini-KN, Ky., I '?[i. The
big ho dug mill ot H t i t ?riN.soiu .V
Son, ni ' .ns cuy, was totally dcs.royed
hy Iii i this ti i. ?r ii i ii v 11 i>i not known
what eiiwsi'd Hu lire, ! ul ;t ts supposed
to have caught from a hot box in un
upper story ut the mill.. Losa, ..c n,ooo
Insurance, ; Hi,m I >,
\ oin II I er i i Renell M inila.
WARHIVITON, Den. W. Uoiieral < ms
has inftiriiie.il tim war department thin
tho l ran s j it Tin mas ari iv o<l at Mani a
last evening and had no casualties
on the inp The Thomas left Now
York Nov. 1 and cnn ind I hw Forty
?oven! h vol un tool in fania y
*V Spoin mot IS?? I ?1 R turn.
? .KW V.'M., Ibm, Tod Sloan,
^inorican lookoy, ami li. C. Hahi, the
sfofossiomd hit v. 'c rider, arrived (oday
Hm ? fulani Huer f Inmpaulu
POPDWT JUDQB RESIGNED.
Was Made ?a That He Had
Kll?erl itiri^ ^
GENEVA, Al?., Deo. ?a.-A unlgT*?-^
IIUOT.I <J?n?*iiou ima ?lo? cloped ia ?hie
oounty. Several weeks ago tho probate
iud go was kaudod th? rosignation of
?jrouit Jfcdge Portia and he not?lod
fM* grivaruo? ? o*ce accordingly. Thia
woe followed hy applications to thefOT
oruor fdY tho appointment of several
prominent people of tho oounty. Two
Or throb vreeka afterwards the probate
j?dgo notified tho governor to withhold
tho appointai ?ut, an ther? wac no va
It now appears that tho frienda of a
WonoVft ooTjnty politician wanted Par
tis' placo and miel a soheme to got it for
their favorito. They arranged to got
Portia vary drank and when ho had
corurnonoed to egtor np represented to
him that while drank ho und killed n
Ulan, thftt they had spirited bim away
ft'oui thc riuthorlttoB and that in flieht
lay bis only safely. Thor gavo him
???0, in consideration for his resigna
Mon in favor of thoir friend as olork,
arid advised him to floe to Florida,
NY h U:h ho did.
. Late* on ho sobered vip, found ho had
not hilled anybody, refttined and do
mando that ula resignation bc roturnod
Th oro is a doubt as to whethor ho can
withdraw it and MW oifcttor baa boon
V?forro? to tho courts. Cartis ia a Pop
ti Hat. _^_
BUILD INDEPENDANT LINE
Southern Will No Longer Uae Ii. & N.
Trnoka to Stevenson.
CHATTANOOGA, Dao. ??2.-Tho incor
porators of tho Momphls aud Ohatta
nooga Railroad company hold a mooting
ut tho Road HOUHO in this city today and
organizod tho company by solootiug tho
Presldout, H. S. Ohamborlain, Chat
?ooroitw( -wi ?.nn.oror?BH?S?S W.
Oonoral counsel, Colouol W. A. Ito"
dot son of Washington, tho gonoral coun
BOI of tho Southern railway.
Colouol Iiondorsoit and a party o? tho
lncorporators loft for Huntsville Ala.,
tonight to organizo tho eompauy in that
In roforcuoe to tho company's plaus,
Colouol Hendorton said that tho char
ter han boon socured and tho purposo is
to at onco build au Independent Uno for
tho MumphlH and Oharloatoti division of
tho Southern railway from Chattanooga
to Stovonaon, Ala., th? road hoing opor
atod for that dlatauoo now over tho
tracks of tho Louisville aud Nashville.
Two route? have beon surveyod, ono
hoing by tunnelling through Lookout
morntuin and tho other by a moro cir
cuitous route, but lona oxponstvo.
Tho Son thorn railroad has set asido
i?l ,1)00,000 for tho pur poso of building
? UP LY BLAzjT jjjsT ATLANTA.
nosiness Portion of Alabama Street
ATLANTA, Deo. 22.-Ono of tho floroost
bros that has visited Atlanta this yoar
- ono that seemed to threaten the wholo
business portion of upper Alabama stroot
l'or a timo-broke out last night at 1 ibo
o'clock in tho roar of the Ruokor build
ing, but ween tho Maddox*Iluokor bank
building and tho tiro department head
For au hour and a half tho angry
fiamos leaped up from tho conter of tho
block, and lt seoinod aa if the who-e of
the street, including tho Maddox
Iluokor bank building, tho warohouso
in tho roar of tho burning structnro and
smaller buildings on Madison stroot,
would be consumed.
Roughly speaking, tho total loss sus
tained will not ox'cood $40,000, an ex
ceedingly mnall figure whon tho head
way- tho Uro had ohtuinod and tho num
ber and valuo of tho buildings iu tho
vicinity ls considered.
APPEAL TO LEGISLATURE.
Orthodox People of Hampton Want
Mormons Bent Away.
CHARLESTON, Doo. '?a.-Mormon ol
deis, two at a timo, eovon years ago,
began to visit tho groat swamp aootion
of Hampton county, nour tho soacoast
of thia stato, and mado many converts
among tho Baptist backwoodsmen uoar
Ridgeland. Thoy now havo so largo a
following that thoy havo established a
church, at which olght Mormon oidora
wore at work sovoral wooks ago.
Tho delegation to tho state legislature
hus been asked by tho orthodox pooploof
Hampton oounty to work for a law to
extirpate tho oidora and say that
"prompt legislation may sayo thom
from having tho mob violence that SOhlc
r'iator staten have latoly had iu trying
to rid themselves of thin soot."
.lulled to Prevent Lynching.
RALKKUI, DOC 22.-Rohort Fortnno
and John Taylor, young nogrooe, who
robbed aud shot Robert Ilostor, a prom
inent tanner of Nash county, on tho
public road on bia farm, woro brought
(tero and Jailed this morning to provont
lynching. They confessed thoir orinto
and say they committed lt to got money,
I which thoy know Hester baa rocolved
; yesterday. Aftor robbing him they
j shot him three timos, despico bin ap
i ponls, and left him lying In th* road.
My son has boen troubled foi years
with chronic diari'lm-a. Some timo ago
I I persuaded him lo take some of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhuv
, l.vmedv. After using I wo bottles of the
eent si/e he WUS cured. I give this
.le.-(ii.dal. hoping some one similarly
lalllictcd may read it and bc hnuoflted.
j Tliomas C. Low er. <. leiieoc, Ohio, l'or
; sah? by W. Hell, Walhalla: W. .1. Lun
ney. Spncca : IL L. Zimmerman, West
Voling Lady fat au y Humod.
MACON, DOC 21. Min? Lula Stovons,
agod \Y?, member of a well known fam
ily, was burnoit to (loath yesterday. Sho
I wits in a room by herself at her rosi
, dence on Hawthorne stroot whon In
I Konio manner unknown hor olothes
I cnu;?ht liro. Her scroaina attracted help,
, hut when it arrived sho was In a mass
I of llamea and had boon so serlotisiy
! burned that death resulted within a
? fow hours.
IMyini Itel urned lo Prison.
i HAUIOII, Dee. 81. - Today Sheriff
j Hutchinson of Rockingham brought to
I the penitentiary A. C. Flynn, a white
I desperado, who murdered his brother
; by shooting him lu the hack, but was
i sentenced to only li years' imorison
moin. P ly tnt escaped a fortnight ago
' (rom :\ convict farm near Weldon, wont
I to ( Iroonsboro on a Cain, thonco walked
I ?JO miles to his home.
Steel Plant and Colin Oven.
KNOXVILLE, Doc. 81.- Tho Virginia
Coal, Coko and Iron oom pan y han pur
i baned Richlands' roiling mills at Rich
t lauds, .a. Tho plant will ho inovod to
Kristo!, Tenn. T he Dora foundry at
j Pulaski, Va., will also ho moved to luis
i lol. The company ti ?ir? pnrohasod throe
I largo farina near Hristol, upon which a
cte. I plant and coko ovens may bo
lier Flntraocc lido Society
ami womanhood ?is well, is an extremely
critical period in every girl's lifo. Al
this I imo she needs advice, and, what's
more lu lp (il Hie righi -"i I . If she
puts lu r tail h ?II Dr. Tierce's I'avoritc
I'resci iplion il eau bring only gond
ie.-.iilts. lt's a inedii ino that o made
especially lo build up women'.', strength
ami cure women's ailments an invigo
rating, restorative louie, soolhing coi
.1. il. ami Inaeine nervine: purely vega
i.ible. inn, alcoholic, ?md perfectly harm
less. I'm all the f linet ional derange
iiienls, painful disorders, and chroiiii
weaknesses thal : 101 itt womankind,
"Fa vori IP Prescription" is specillc.
Mm Hm DoLony,
of Bchuylorvillo, N. Y., who norvort In
Company IO, Gili Vermont Voluntoors, had
other foes to liattto with after lil? rotura
from tho lalo war. Ito recently wrote:
*'l have used Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine, for nervousness brought on by
the use of tobacco and too close applica
tion to business. It gave me prompt
relief without leaving any unpleasant
effects. The result was beneficial and
lasting. I heartily endorse it."
O Hm MILES9
is sold by all druggists on guarantee,
first boole benefits or money back.
Dook tat heart and nerves sent free.
Dr. Milo? Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
75 MEN ENTOMBED
Coal Diggers Ir'aot Doath at
MANY BODIES TAKEN OUT
Hoar trending Bonitos About tho Mouth
of thn Pit us Wives ?ml Clillitron of
tho Victims Arrive-Dloimtor (Jansen
by H Mluer'a N tilted Light.
BROWNSVILIA, Pa., Doo. il3.- An ox
plosion ooonrrod at tho Brar.noll coal
work?, 4 miles from boro, today. Sovon
ty-flvo mon were entombed and probably
killed. Tho foroo of tho oxploslon was
80 great that tho tlpplo nt tho hoad of
tho (limit waa blown ovor.
Aa soon nfl it waa loarnod that an ex
plosion of snob force had oocurrod tho
rolatlvoa of tho ontoinbod minors
orowdod around tho mouth of the drift.
Tho nemos were heartrondtng. Tho
wlvos wore orying in despair and chil
dren wore weeping for tholr fatho. ?>.
A resoulng party Immediately ?et to
work. Volunteers woro numerous and
word waa sent for tho fiuoBt mining en
gineers in tho district.
The Braanell mino ls a now pit, hav
ing boen oponed one year ago. Tho rog
qlar crow ie 1?0 mon, and it ls stated nt
the company's obloes In Pittsburg that
a full crew was to have gouo to work
today. Tho pit is a shaft mino, which
goos straight down for about 300 foot.
Tho region in whioh tho mino ls located
in noted for tba gaseous nature of tho
ooah Gas ia ?pt to gatbor vory sud
Tho explosion was caused by a minor's
finked light, suoh being lu general uso
n those minos In spits of repeated wani
nga. A llttlo over a yoar ago eight
mon woro killed outright lu anothci
mino not far from tho scono of today's
There aro no telegraph or tolephono
fnoilitios to tho Braznoll mino, making
lt difficult to ucouro particulars.
Tho compnuy's information nt 2
o'clock was that six bodies had boen
talton ont. It was not known whothor
thoro was a chanco for tho ot hors in tho
mine to osoapo, but tho chancea aro
against thom, as tho mino, hoing a now
ono, has but ono outrance,
CAROLINA DOING HSR PART.
Twentieth Century Purni Collections
MKMVHIB, DOC. 23.-Bishop W. W.
Duncan of Spartaubnrg, S. ?., passod
through Memphis last night. Thc
bishop waa on his way homo to spend
tho Christmas holidays, and was return?
ing from tho Methodist conference at
Speaking of tho work of tho oonfor
en oe and tho progress of tho twentieth
oontory thank offoring, ho said that
tho conference hatl hoon well attoi>r'od
and wa? highly successful. A contri
bution, bo said, had hoon eollootc*] at
tho conference for tho fund and hy felt
assured that thc southorn conferences
from the Ohuroh would make up tholr
qnota of $i,o00,ooo.
Tho prosent status of the fund waa
highly gratifying to thoso having thc
oolleotlon work in charlu and tho col
lections wore progressing at a satisfac
tory rate. The bishop said that South
Carolina waa doing her part uobly and
that lu tho tjoath Carolina oonforonco
tho anni of $20,000 had hoon oolloctod.
NEW TRIAL FOR JEFFERSON.
Alleged Mliiy or of Captain Hames
<Jot? Atl^t/IOr t Jinnee.
R-AhKlon, Doo. S3.-Tho supremo oourt
gives J, J. Jefferson, tho alloged assas
sin of Captain Calvin Barnes, from Wil
son county, a now trial, on the ground
that Dames' dying statement to his lit
tle son, "Ned, have Jefferson arrested, "
Was supposition and not fact.
Justice Montgomery, in delivering
tho opinion, expressed groat surprise
that tho solicitor admitted tho state
Tho now trial .a gran tod on thc
further 01 ou nd that the jury in its ver
dict said "uuilty of murder an ohargod
in tho bill, ' while it should have sahl
of murder In tho first or second degree.
New Kllgllind Society I>lnos.
OHARI.RSTON, Deo. lill.- Tho eightieth
banquet of tho Now Ku gland sooioty of
Charleston was ?Ivon ut the Charleston
hotel boro last night. A largo anti bril
liant company was assembled. Tho ro
spouse to "Forefathers' Days," tho
b ?oiing toast of the evening, was made
by tho Hov. .f. A. D. Seherer, D. I)
Tho other speakers wore Mayor Smyth,
General M. 0. Butler anti J nd go Gugo
of tho stato court and Robort Al. Larnor
of tho Gridiron club, Washington.
A Thousand Tongues
Could liol express I he I a pt ti re of Annie
K, Springer, ol IIJ? Howard st., I'hila
dolphin, l'a., when she found that I ?i .
Kind's New Discovery for consumption
hail completely cured her of a hacking
cough that fm many years had made life
labortion. All other terned ina and dor
j fora could give her no I elp, bul she says
ol I libs l?oy.il laic 'il soi ai i enioveil
! thc pain in my chest and I now sleep
?soundly, ?omclhing ! can se.to cly re
member doing before. I feel like sound
ingits praise thoroiighl the I nivcj.se. '
No will every ono wini tries Dr King's
New Discovery foi ans trouble of the
throat, cheal or lungs. I th c Ml ennis
and > I i H i. Ti ?al hollie free al all dine
ul ores in I he conni \. livery hoi ile gua i
Ifci?io Bishop C'oiidr-inne Doth Ijyaoh?
IIIS and the Cause.
GOLD WATKK, Miss., Do-j. 80. -The
northoant mission oonferonoo of tho
African M. E. ehuroh is in sosiion horo
and -will continue during tho nook,
dosing Friday night. It brings here
HonVo ot the loading negroes of thu state
?nd ?B presided OTO? by Bishop William
Benjamin Derrick, D. D.. of Now York,
who is on? of tho rc cog ni/.od leaden of
his race lu this country.
Bishop Derrick delivered an opening
addrosB to tho conference. DUousidng
the ly nell inc question be said:
. - We aro about over into tho twontloth
ooutury und wo aro confronted with
lawlessness which is throatoulug to
wreok our institutions. As proaohers
you must holp to stop lt. It Is not your
placo to get up from your pulpit and
oondomn ono class of lawlessness and
condono auothor, but condemn it all.
Wheu you condemn lynohors at tho
samo time condemn the crime that leads
"You should proaoh from your pul
pits that evory man who violator the
law should bo punished rsgardloBS of
his race or color and that punishment
should bo motod out by tho law aud not
by mobs. Wo should not sympathize
with negro criminals, but oondomn
them. A olass of young negroes aro
running around the country bringing
dis-graco upon un, aud tho sooner they
aro put in jail the soonor tho race will
Bishop Dorriok said that tho bottor
olomont of whtto people of the south
opposod grimo and lyuchlugo and
wanted to seo it stopped, and do all In
tliolr power to stop it. Ho declarod
that whon a uogro was worthy ho
would bo protootoa.
BRUMBY IS LAID TO REST.
Fu? o ra I Sorvlooa Over tho Ktmulixs
Conducted in Atlanta.
ATLANTA, Doo. 20.-Tho funeral of
Ijioutounut Brumby took placo boro to
day. His romains, accompanied by
Uuitod HtatoB Senators A. O. Bacon
and A. ti. (Jlay, Lieutenant Caldwoll of
tho navy, and luombors of tho family
of tho doooasod, roaohod tho city from
Washington at 7:110 this morning.
Tho body WOB mot at tho depot by tho
mayor and gcuornl council, tho commit
too fioloctod by tho family to arrango
for tho funoral, tho honorary pallbear
ers, committooB from tho chnmbor of
commorco and tho liuaiuoss Mon's
loaguo and ono company of tho Fifth
Immodlately on arrival tho body was
taken to tho state capitol, whore it io
mai nod in state with a military guard
until 2 o'clock, whon tho body was ro
movod to St Phillip's Episcopal church,
where Bishop Kelson conduotod tho
Interment at tho lloyward lot tn
Oakland 00 in o tory followed.
Mayor Woodward, out of rospoct to
tho doad oilicor's memory, issned a
proclamation closing all ofllco ? in tho
city hall from 2 to 4 p. m. and loquest
ing that buH?noss houses closo thoir
doors duriug that time.
SLAIN AND PUT ON TRACK.
Young Miner Found Dead Toa Milos
From 111 l in I II j; II II m.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Doc. 20. - Tho
dead body of Fred Douthwait, a young
minor, was found on tho traoks of tho
Southern railway near Ooalburg, 10
milos from boro, last night, lt is bo
liovod that thc young man had first
boon murdered and bis body placed on
tho railroad tracks. His homo was in
Wolburtou, 1. T., but ho has been work
ing at tho Lowisburg minos in this dis
A piotnro of a young lady wan found
in biB pockots and a letter suggesting
that ho was engaged to ho married ill
Oongate, I. T. Tho railroad oflloials
insist that tho man was placed on tho
track, tho crew of tho switch onglno
reporting that tho boll was ringing at
tho timo tho body was .--truck and that
headlinhts worn In full blaze.
-rn ? ?
taking Scott's Emulsion be
1^ cause it's wann weather,
rig Keep taking it until you are
It will heal your lungs and
give you rich blood in sum
mer as in winter. It's cod
liver oil made easy.
L i Mle. nml $ I. All itniKKists.
STATE TROOPS DISBANDED.
Ar?ns and Equipments of ?54 Coin?
panics Turned In.
Ooi.?M?IA, 3. C.. Doo. 21.-Tho prun
ing sword has boon applied to tho South
Carolina militia by Adjutant Qoneral
Floyd, and little is loft but the trunk,
which is said, however, to bo of good
After complotlng tho inspection, and
noa saltation betwoon Uenoral Floyd
and his assistant, Colonel Frost, an or
der was issued disbanding ? l oompanics
and ordering thoir arms and oipiip
niontH tnrnod into tho state. Forty-five
oompauies are loft.
Tho disbandment of 12 troops of cav
alry takes South Carolina from thc top
of tho hst of status with volunteer cav
alry. For ninny years this state and
Now Mexico have buen mick and neck
for tho position of furnishing tho great
est nuinber of mounted militia.
Four negro companies are disbanded,
two in Ohnrlestou, ono in Beaufort and
ono in Columbia,
j A number of tho whito infantry com
I panics that failed were organized at tho
I tlnio of tho "Darlington war."
I Asa cure for rheumatism Chamber
lain's Pain Palm is gaining a wide repu
I talion. D. P. Johnston, of Itichmond,
Indiana, has been troubled with that
ailment since |s<W. In speaking of it he
says: "I never found anything thal
would relieve me II it t i i I used Chamber
lain's Pain Palm, ll acts like magic
willi tue. My fool w as swollen and pain
lug me very mindi, hui one good applica
tion ol' Pain Palm relieved me. Por sale
hy J. W. Pell. Walhalla: W. J. Lummy,
Seneca; ll. I?. Zimmerman, Westminster.
Arkansas. Texas and California via Southern
lief ore deciding ou a trip lo Arkansas,
; Texas, A ri/.ona, California or any point
I West or Southwest call on or address any
i agent ol' the Southern Railway. Choice
of routes via Piriiiingbain, Shievepmt.
New Orleans or Memphis, Pest ami
most di reel line lo Washington, New
\ orlt, Chulbil.ga, Louisville, Cincin
nati and florida. Pales, lime cards,
maps and literature will he furnished on
application to A. A. Verney, Passenger
Agent; C. C. Johnston, Traveling Pas
senger Agent: brooks Morgan, Doa i iel
Passenger Agent; < Utico Kimball I lolls?)
( ni ncr. Atlanta, < ia.
l-'or severe, lingering coughs, weak
lungs, bleeding from lungs, bronchitis,
a Ihuia and consumption, MI ils early
stage;., Di. Pioj-Ci Cohen Medical
Discovery in a : i <\et cign remedy, ll
not only cures the " ?gb bul also builds
up Ibo si length and Mesh ol' [hone rn
duced below a healthy standard by
..Wasting Disease ' Will liol make fat
folks mm<> corpulent.
Rai S road i
OUR DRESS GOOI
in complote in every line, and ia bei
stock must bo reduced.
A COMPLETE 1
Can lit you in moat anything you \
Hamilton & Drown Shoes-they wi
? ? ?
A Full Lil
Li en (I rriiiss
ANTIPOOL LAW 13 VALID.
Supremo Court Hoverncn ii Hli-mlug
liam .1'udgo'a Doclslon.
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Doo. 21.-Tho su
premo court of Alabama has declared to
bo valid tho law willoh prohibits tho
soiling of race poola in Alabama.
At tho rocont atato fair pools woro
sold and tho boc. Umakors woro arrostod,
but tho inferior criminal oonrfc at Dir
mingham discharged tho dofoudante on
tho ground that tho law was uncousti*
Tho antipool advocates carrlod the
caaos to tho supremo court and tho ver
dict of tho Hirmiugbuui tribunal waa
Tho decision is i groat disappoint
ment to horsemen, rn, several race moot
inga in tho atato woro being contum
CONNOLLY AT SAVANNAH.
Kormor Private Seorotury to Oberlin
Carter Gives limul.
SAVANNAH, Doc. vii.-M. A. Con
nolly, formorly private aeorotury to
Captain O. M. Oartor, arrived boro yoB
torday from Havana and gavo bond in
$1,000 for his nppoarunco beforo tho
United Htatoi district oourt,
Connolly was recently indiotod, in
oonnootion with .lohu F. Gaynor, IS. ll.
Gaynor, H. D. Oreono, O. M. Carter
and others, for conspiracy to defraud
tho government of largo Hums of money
In connection with oontraots for tho im
provement of Savannah river and har
bor and On m borland sound.
Secretary of War Hoot ordered his ar
lene itt ibu Cuban oaplmi sovornl days
Convicted of Counterfeiting.
CHA HI.OTTK, N. C., Deo. BL-The
United States court for tho western dis
trict of North Carolina has adjourned
after an unusually long session. .ludgo
II. G. Ewart praildod. The cloting
days of the lorna wero- consumed in tho
tho trial of M?a. Eva O/omont, Mrs. C.
U. BradwelJ, J?ok Maynard, J. B, Tal
ley and A. W. Edwards, Indiotod jointly
for making anil passing counterfeit mi
vor dollars. All tho d?fendante worn
found guilty, hut sentence WI\H not
Notico ot' Final Settlement.
TUESTATE OK SOUTH CAROLINA, I
Coi N n OK Oro NICK, j
I N Tl IK roi' HT I IK I'KOUATH.
I >. I<\ SI.()A\, Kxocutor of tho last,
will and tcstamentof .1 uno Stoney, de
ceased, against the legatees of Krank
Sloii.y, deceased, lo wit: 11 is daughter,
Priscilla Stoney, of (lennon county, Iiis
widow. Mai y Stoney, and his 2 minor chil
dren, Mary Stoney and Wesley Stoney,
who reside ;a the State of Alabama: thc
husband of Mary Ann Stoney, Aloxander
Coi'SO, who resides in Alabama: Hetty
(lix noe Stoney, who resilles in Atlanta,
(la.; Rebecca Calhoun neo Stoney, Wm.
Stoney and Lewis Stoney, who reside in
Oeonco county. Some "f these defend
ants are known by the name of Johnson.
These defendants will lake notice, thal
the estate of .Inno Stoney, deceased,
will he '?nally settled in my ellice at Wal
halla ('curt Mouse, in the Slate afore
said, on Monday, tho ?th day of Kobru
arv, I'.HM i, in accordance willi a petition
tiled by th? Kxocutor above named for
that purpose. All persons interested in
the set lleineiil of Hie estate of .lune
Money, deceased, will lake due notice
and govern themselves accordingly,
The minors. Mary Stoney and Wesley
Stoney, will take notice that unless
(hey appear in this court ami petition
for Hie appointment of a guardian ad
litcm one will be appointed by the Court
ol probate in this proceeding to ropro
s< nt their internal in ibis sot I lemont.
I). A. SMITH,
.ludgo ol" Probate Ocotiee county.
December I*, 1801?. i?l-t?l
mts, . . . $2.5C
uits, . . . 3.5C
uits, . . . 5.0C
uits, . . . 6.0C
uits, . , . 7.0c
Seen Like The*
Hg slaughtered at half price. Thia
J NM OF SHOES.
vant at a very low price. Try our
jar like iron.
comos to CoiToe, others may s
o you as much and MORE for a
you 12 pounds tor 1.00 that s
, . . . TAKES THE WRINKLES
ie of Crockery, Sto1
E RYTH I NC A'
E POOR MAN'S FI
jot rPol)?icco, XS-ailiroa
[> YAJiDS l-l ?1X1
?I do, do.
Competitors, you had as well try to
lift yourself in a basket as to undersoil
My desire is to movo goods, not to get
! rash. Shrewd buyers need no arguing.
' Karh and every claim made by moat this
sale is just, as represented. 1 do not ad
vertise something 1 haven't gol. 1 will
sell in tho next Thirty Days, twenty
l'ianos, at factory prices; sixty-five
Organs, forty-live Sowing Machines, ten
head of Horses, twelve Wagons, eighty
head of Kine dorsey Milch Cows, twenty
head of Thoroughbred Jersey Heifer
The l'ianos will be. sold at wholesale
j prices for cash.
!? 150 Pianos for $300; $:lfiO Pianos for
U'Jt??i; $2?i0 Pianos for $1 l?; $05 Organs
' for $7'' Organs for $15; ?55 Sowing
? Machines for $'js; $.\;, Sewing Machines
! for $18.
Will sell Milch Cows on three months'
note, and, any ono Inlying a Milch Cow
, from me, can pasture it noxt summer,
. free of charge, in tho Mayberry Pasture
for six months, which amounts to $0. It
is no) ao much money that I want as to
gel rid of the Pianos, Organs, Sewing
Machines, Horses, Wagons and Cowa
that I have on hand.
I have rented a store in Columbia, S.
C., and will open up business thcro on
.lan nary 1st, 10(H),
The (.mods I have on hand must ho
j sold regardless of the cos) value lo mc*.
This is no fake sale. I have these goods
! and stock on hand and they will bc sold.
If you have got the casi. ..how it tonie,
and you will be surprised what will buy
! a P:a.'o, digan and Sewing .Machine.
.\ chance in a life t imo to buy at w hole
' salo price.
l'ianos at $115. Think of it! Tho
agent's commission and the dealer's
profit arc all Ink. n off, and yon get them
ill wholesaler's profil,
Sewing Machine Needles at 20 cents
lu cent ( ?il at ,', cents per hollie.
< ittitars for ? I..Mt.
!?*> Violins for $:[.
K. very thing else in (ho small instru
j menl line to go in proportion.
li'/ '('OHIO while tho goods ate on hand.
I. L ALEXANDER,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Heceinbei /J, Ittpu. ?M-U
ey are Bargains
) ; worth . .
) ; worth . .
); worth . .
) ; worth . .
) ; worth . .
n Before ai th<
TWO BIG CAR LOA1
to como in thia week. My prices ai
don't ace my linc it will coat you nu
A FULL LINE OF CASKET
Orders filled day or night. If ye
hesitate to Bond mc your order, aa 1
oil it by the bushel or the peel
dime or a dollar as any ol' the
lids digestion, purifies the bre?
3 OUT OF YOUR FACE ....
TED SUGAR FOI
ves, Hats, Valises ai
r CUT PRIC
IIEND, SENECA, S
<1 Goods, 10-11>. <J??1<1
SISTIIVG ^vrr S3 <?1?1
In order to reduce our stock, prep;?,
December .io, ISM, wo make tho following
lied Twill Flannel, worth -Tic, reduced
Ked Twill Manuel, worth ?'..'?Je, reduced
blue Twill Flannel, worth ??fiC, reduced
Our entire lino o' fnlc. Dress Doods at H
Kid (Hoves, worth $1, reduced to.
broad Cloth, black, hluo and garnet.. . .
All Shoes reduced 15 per cent, some
what, wc can do for you.
CIT Wc will appreciate prompt payt
Sale of Personalty.
13V VIRTUE of tho powoi and author
y i ty contained in a distress warrant
lo mo directed by ,1. W. llolleman, as
Receiver, commanding nus to distrain
the goods, chattels and crops of .1. F.
Hayes ami W. C. Fisher for one hundred
ami Bovonty-fivo dollars, as rent for the
farm known as Jocassoo, situate in Oco
noo county, South Carolina, due and in
arrears on November 1st., ls'.m, 1 will
sell, at the crib, on the farm known as
Jocassoo, on Whitewater, in Oconeo
county, S. C., on Fill DA V, tho .'dh day
of January, 1000, at ll o'(dock A. M., to
thc highest bidder, at public auction, the
following described crops, to-w it :
About r>:','.t bushels of Corn,
About. .'?,7(11) bundles of Fodder and
Il, K. MOSS, bailiff.
December :;0, iS'.ip, 62-1
Administrator's Sale of Personalty.
NOTICE is hereby given that 1 will
sell, to the highest, bidder, at public
auction, at Fair Flay, S. C., on Saturday,
January nth, I IHK), at 11 o'clock in tho
forenoon, tho following described per
sonal property belonging lo the estate of
W. M. Ishcll, deceased, to-wit:
One six horse power steam boiler,
Ono double barrel breech loading shot
(ino lot of uncollected notes and ac
THUMS : Cash.
W. K. HARTON,
Administrator of tho Personal Kstate of
W. M. Isbell, deceased.
December l!>, 1800. .M l
NEW ADDITIONS OK
...PRETTY GOODS III NORMAN'S...
T ll H 1 -TOW N S TO R K ,
Fine lot. of Jewelry, Silver, China and
Musical Instruments at very reasonable
prices. We give valuable ami useful
premiums to customers. See our pre
Poautiful Hand painted French and
Cern?an China for wedding, birthday and
Christinas gifts. Also Solid Cold Jew
elry, Sterling Silver and Pearl Novelties.
A" these fonds aro new, clean and of
Everybody welcome. Remember
THE Fl* TOWN STORE.
--TlIK Coi nu.K and the Atlanta Twice
a Week Journal one year for only $ I. fill.
Call at. this oflice ami Iel us talk the mat
ter over with you and wo will give you a
sample copy <d each paper.
-The Atlanta Semi Weekly Journal
and TlIK Coi tn KU for $l.;?n a year.
of a Lifetime.
)S OF KUHN ITU UK
.c less than anywhere else. If you
S, COFFINS AND ItOJiHS.
m need nnylhing in this line don't
eau lill it at a very low price.
c, but I
? ONE DOLLAR
ly foi- )
: I*? >nd rrii
ntory to closing our business on or before
; reduct ions :
io. 2Sc. per yard.
to.2.ic. pei yard.
to.'jue. per yard.
.c.,!52}c. and.15c. per yard.
.S "ic. per pair.
.7">e. per yard.
a little moro. Don't buy until you sec
incut from al! who have an account with
VALUABLE LANDS FOB SALE
AW ONK wishing to purchaso Uic.h
Mountain Tract of Land, contain
ing 212 acres, and (ho Whitewater Tract,
containing 1 ,'.!<>(> acres, more or less,
should apply to ll. W. SIMPSON, Pen
dicton, South (karolina,
AUGUSTUS V ANWYCK,
UOIIT. A. VwWYCK,
Executors of thc Kostato of Mrs. I,. A.
M. VanWyck, deceased.
Nov. 22, IM ip. I7-.V2'
Aller looking all around town
Sania Claus has discovered thc
right place, ami knows where Un
can procure his supplie . nf
You'll agree with him after look
ing over my ' lock of .Minims, Ter
fumes. Toiled sets, Toilet Articles,
IllUSll Sels, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Too many goods too many prices
to mention them here. Yon will
have to visit my store, livery one
J. H. DERBY, Druggist.
is Um liest Policy,
nest punis, livery
nr-i |>i ice?, ?ind IIIIIII
nest dealing* will lao ?
Sin ely I lin', siicee?. 11.
The last day: mHie iiiiiclccnlh century ?how
inti I1111,; nu n c clearly.
Wc lielievc this fact, and .-III words ile.
-ti.ili' i ? 111 lu lui. ino '..K .ur wai laiileil i"
lice\aell\ ?is ie|>rrsriilcil; Hi.il i- limn -I nm
goods are j-.naiaiitff<l lo ; i\. salisfaelion, Ulai
is limn I. lt mi) .oin li- ,,i ?1 weliy ul mu munn
lac! lire lines ni,I -.IM- |ifi leel sat l?lacl inn, ?'
uill ref mid I In' mm H \ paid Im I lie al I irles; I hal,
too, is hours).
C. W. IM I ch ford Co.
have a i miipli lr e-.m I ou'iit ol :.I in ami im
sutr at prices that itel \ eoiiiprl. These
r..ls are made limo rolled cold piale, gold
lill. il. enid fronl, m solid gnhl s|,,, K, uni air
wail allied lo (?ivr pei feel sal I -1 ai 'I n ii i m Mir
inoiic\ w ill he rel nulled.
Il tins notice should o-.n h ?HIV one living loo
lac hom Hie c. \\ . I'ilehloiil ('n.'s stoic, m any
oilier rl|s|?iiM>i ul utos, In (. i -1 ititi theil pun li i
lng I hese g i lints limn mir customers, wc ? 111 ?Hi
I he gi M ills ttl retail lo such persons, mulei Ihr
same w.ni.inly, anil deliver l.\ io.ol. Wc will
also send pi in'lril inst i ucl ions a.? lo I he eau id
jewelry, In >\\ lo clean il, ric., on applii dion,
W. F. Main Co., Haslem rael or y,
Coiner ni Kririiilship ?oul lahly sirrri?,
I'mvol.aie. Khodc Island.
Wes! ci ll I.II Im \ il,ai ?rsl .Irucliv l-'acli'iy in
Ihr World l, iindi-l |.|nccss ni r.lin, linn .it
Hast Iowa i ' i IV, Iowa. Hui fc'.IMNI led ni Hool