Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Keowee courier. (Pickens Court House, S.C.) 1849-current, June 21, 1900, Image 2',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
?Tbc IU?JXM Courier,
finn If.Hi n EVERY THURSDAY MORNING.
JAYNES. SHELOr*, SrriiTH & STECK.
lt. T. .1 A V NHS, I j,|)s i l l>. A. SMITH.
?I. W? 8KKLOB1) 1 ( .J. A. STi:< i\.
SUBSCRIPTION. ? 1.00 PER ANNUM
ADVERTISING RATES REASONABLE
Communications of a jim sonni
character charged foi as ?ulvortisomonts.
?j^j^* ? Obituary ttotico? ami tributos of !
respect, of nol ovor ono hundred words,
will be printed fife of ob argo. All ovor |
that number niUSl bo paid for al (ho rate
of ono cont ti word, cash to acconipnny
WA blt A bli A, S. C. :
Till KM?4 Y, .11 M: .' I , Illili).
IT WILL BE MoKINLEY AND ItOOSEVFLT.
The Hopi.hin an National Oonvoiition
will declaro M in. McKinley Hie nominee
of the Ropublioun party this (Wodnos
tiny) oven i np, He will he pincott in nom
ination by Senator l orakoi, of Dino.
Th? V icc Presidency vii! he sci lied oe
Thursday, th" last day of the convention.
"Teddy' li0080volt, in spite of his llrni
determination nol to allow his name to
he placed holme the Convention, has at
last yielded to the pressure. Iii is rc
ported as saying: "I am hui human,
under pressure I cannot decline. * * * lt
would, ruin my political carce; No.sane
man commit* suicide."
Sam .tones preached loan Atlanta COU
grogntion of 10,01 Mi last Sunda) and
"shelled the woods." so lo speak, Ito
Corine, tc Dr. Brougbton's position in
rogan! to Mayor Woodward, hr CN
claimed, "','uit cussiti' Di. broughton,
you little pooiilc-hondod fool, tm lu maj
pul] yon (?ut of hell some dav." \\ 1
doubt it. Tlic man win' is ''CUSsill' D'
broughton" foi Ins arraignment ol
Atlanta's prod?gate Maj'oi is about pasl
redemption, ?ind even Dr. I trough l on.
great as bc i.s. will lind il a task indeed
to pull him out
"Investigation iiilmhr New \ m l. icc
trust reveals thc lad that Mayoi Van
Wj'ko owns $-100,01)0 worth ol thc stock,
The trust, winch controlled New York's
?00 supply, pul up the price lo ill'cents a
humlr. d. There is talk ot impeaching
We wore lindel ilu impression timi
Mayo; Villi Wj'ok was lo farseenii
man fm anything like that Wi. lie
and other trust kings "lift up theil
voices in hell" t.hej will wan: icc want
it badly, want lois ot it. am: want 1
cheap. Thoj should keep mu cyi open
to then interest in thc future, and bj ali
means Iel icc alone
BRIEF NfWS NOTTS
floods arc (louie great damage in the
A Pastern Institute to; ?lu trentment
of hydrophobia w ill be located 11 A ' Inntn,
lia. ami has applier foi a ohtirter.
lt Cuba were not so large ami so Uriel j
anchored to the old ear: I. it would bc
stolon and curried Itwaj hodilj bj thc
ll wa.- a cohl dav foi Van NVyek when
be trot into ?lu iee trusl m titi ground
Moot, fie should lu refrigerated ami his
Mayo; \ ai. \\ vck ..' \, v \ "rk. .li
llies thal he was hon, ii: South Carolina,
bul 1 lu facility win wine! lu lake.' 1 e
bates is a gal list lou
Molle Itoj'd, the famous ( onfctlorati
spj', 111 c* a! Kilbouriii V iseonsin .'um
Pith, aged She did good service lol
the Confederan army durinf ?lu wai.
A fte; thc wai she married a Federal
nth.v. iianiii. Hardin:'! Poi several
years past sin stipportoi h erse 11 by lee
li :ln brushy frock section ol Andel
son county, .v 1 ., last kinlay night. .I.
fi. Mc.Tiudel, aged 'Ju. shot ami instantly
hilled hu uncle, .lames hope; vin
loaves a win am: . lon. M. '! mm
choiiis ?hat he did tin shoot Inj 11
defence, ami ?ba: Unpin was vi.slum m
lon v i: I a knifi
lt hilt beer decided Hm; (lu wive* nj
tin r?gulai oOicen 11 .lu Philippines
may go ic ?li,iso islands bu: a- Hu- vol
uutoni troops will --,>,ii in ki ,,:,. t hack
bonn io ?lu wivei ,1 .b,ist ntlicci') the;
mus; nwail (bon m this sun ol Hu
polio Tin private soldier.', avi lin'
tnkoi inti account '?'her. wives cai
Orogon is tin Ins: stun io vote this
yeai. Tin light was nindi 01. frei silvi
mid expansion ".'in De in oma ti tn ,111
free silvid am. opposed Ho liepublicaii
policy o :iu Philippine.' nm. l'imn
Pico. Tm Man wai carriei h; Hu l?e
piibbcnm lit :. maim ity ol . 1 The;
also cl cc. I ct! ?lu 'va v oin' essniei : on
San. HoiHioi, ii negri bo; nhou
toon years nf ag? o n ?ai 11 Aiidersoii
ohnrged viii, ?itteinptei criminal ns
sault 01 sinai, whin .lu (laughlin
nt ti liigbly respected And?rsoi count
fttvmni '.'lu nttnntpl wu: main ?1 Hu
mn lilli o! Hu tiny las Monda; 01 ii ?.1 11
II Mavin: township non. ?hi Abbeviln
hm \i lynching v.a- talki ' ol
Tin drought hov prevnillnj il ?lu
wheal growing regint ol ?lu Northwest
ha.- ,'IIIISI'I. ;. INI H . cnn- or linslic
111 wheat, conn, to thirty cent' ;: barrel
m noir, I' h Rtntei thal 1 lilli dre
no: conn II tin m :. jen days ii wi! lu
too laic io nullo ?lu gnni nm. a furthel
rise wi! in 11 ordoi Southon birnie
WllC lliivi hlisci vina ,'ln ea nu ll
Kon: year* agi m Con f?d?ra ti nrtic?
wa.- considered cligihh 1.1. appointment
o Hu regnbii nrm; tm Hu Spanish
Anierieai Wai Wide! broughl -, mai
chan;'!' hi- nu' m nu li itu'.} ihscrim
naiion am nv '..ri. NVheiele ba- hool
mailt hnradir enera 11 ?io regula
army o: lin . ni lei ?-?.ii,- .on >. il 11
due lum lu placed 11 pm tin homtrahh
retired hst willi bal' oar foi iib
Tin Wheat 1.1.o-,M Convc.ntioi c
Hu Stale i: ls announced siiys tin Sows
and Courier, will be held ii ttrccnvmnd,
S ( .. Oil Angus' In am. 1 lu Un ii . oui
initier nu a Wot ! 10,'pa. in, m. i.
laigi at tem?an.-i 1- 1 -.m iii am. Hu
coiivantun proliiisei o In eyei 11101*1
successful ibai. itu mu ki. yeai 'flu
om lasi year, it is noted ww >? su. ,
tu tba i i ircci'w ooo county * * x-. it uni
hnvi t, bu' . liiirre Westen lion lo;
tm hex i 'xv''' ' mobilis '
Ki'poi- li bil \'. i-im..nol ari li llb
? ft eel thai Ho li'Muibli. an- ari very hinch
alarmed ovo*, tin si ti) allot ju Nov Vorn,
Indian; nilli Illinois nm tm pi oph ol
Ihest Stale- have conn lotti understand
inj ?iud au wo. l;iiu togo! Iii' ll ii wa
lha' m onus den ll i lb Hu 1 rusts Hu impe
riahsn am; ni itu blue lt lunn ni lin
ltopiiblie.111 nursery When Hu 11
of the p?opb uri united in a good crtusi
they present .1 hon: that looks uglj to
ldo coho; i.- i' oppression
THC STATE CAMPAIGN.
lt Looks ns if it Was Going to Bc tho Santo
Old Hot Stuff.
Tho first mooting of tho Stato oanv
paign was hold at Orangoburg last Th?rs?
day morning. Il oponod up quietly, hut
foro its ul080 grow rathol warm. Tho
principal surprise was the entry of Mr.
A. C. .tones, former Prohibition chair
man, as a candidato for thc Tinted
States .sonate, ti. Walt Whitmnn failed
to ante with his $r>(> because of his ina
bility lo raise the money, and conse
quently was not allowed to outer the
Qovornor McSwoouoy was tho first
speaker. He reviewed bis record ns
Governor, discussed the Impracticability
of prohibition and defended bis admin
istration of the dispensary law. The
Qovornor was well roooived und ut che
conclusion of his speech was e.hoorcd
Go) on ol Hoyt was roooived with warm
applause, but was not allowed lo make
his speech without continuous interrup
tions. Ile followed the general line of
his recent address to thc Prohibitionists
of the Stato, arguing against tho princi
ple of lin- State's engaging in the bqttor
business. Whoil bc closed be wns the
recipient of Howers and various pledges
Mi. A. ll. Patterson told bow be had
formerly hoon fl Prohibitionist : but had
boon convinced of the impracticability
of prohibition in the light of further ex
perience and had reformed, tlc charged
Gololiol Hoyt with favoring a coalatioa
between thc Prohibitionists and thc high
license crowd, and cited the position of
thc Columbia State on the question ns
proof. Ile then jumped on Qovornor
McSwooncy, charging him with d?robe
hm, nf duty in nol attempting to sur
press thc blind tiger business in (maries
t,m Inn actually conniving at violations
,,' :ltc lav. Ile repealed a nowspapoi
charge to thc effect that thc Qovornor is
a patron ot blind tigers, and claimed
?hat Hie Governoi was irving to suits!
tl i KO tin State press bj an unlawful use
ot the contingent fund for tho paynton!
ol subscriptions to countrypapors. The
(tovernoi denied that he was a patron of
blind tigers. Ile tohi Mr. Patterson
that ever j Qovornor from tlngood down
had subscribed for the county papors,
ami ?hal if Patterson would read these
papers he would he much bettor in
Mi I", li. Gary delivered n straight fm
Wan i \pression of his views on various
mailers without indulging in person
alities ol nnj objectionable nature. His
dispensing views arc as have already
licet published in thc KKOWKI COI UIKK,
Iii maintained ?hal it was neither II
written liol an unwritten law that the
Govornoi should have a second term bj
reason ol a clean administration ni the
Inst. When Hampton went to thc
I uitcd States Semite Simpson succeeded
as (tovernni bul was never afterward
elected I? fbi o 111 co, Acting l.ioiitomiul
ilovornoi .lotot succeeded to tho Qovoi
liorshi] llpol : 111 eic. tuii of Simpson to
;lu Supreme Court; hut .lotoi did not
succeed himself, Sheppard succeeded
Thompson, but was neve-, elected to the
Hovnrnorship. IfGoveruoi McSweoney,
t.boreforo, base? lib claims onlj on such ^
ground? nu these hip claims are nol
hound bj precedent,
Tin candidates nc. Lieutenant Govor
m?; followed bul nc incident wtu de
veloped, Colonel Sloan was ashed foi M
whom lu voted ii ISlli and replied, "li
i. Tillman ; io nominei ol ?he i lome (
crain party, ami abie to lill thc nlYioo.'
.lame- ii Tillman san! be lind no pnliti- '
ca, record, ami lie proposed to make 1
som i ol los opponents wish tbej had, ,
nom ci; lue hofore the campaign was i
, i vol iii san, lu wa.- a believer in tin !
.s;- A i .'ones was announced as a >,
calididad nc. ?he I uitcd Stales Semite I
Tin wool hal boys at firs! didn't want .'
hem lon lui tinnily decided io linvi
patii'iici. a; ?hey wouii. ?luis ?tic sonne;
heat theil lien
Ml .nines sioml foi severa! minutes
I broil) i Hu clamor, and. Ilmillj mam lib
speech. He said thal
A sensi o itu'' io-. Ins party am: io; ,
Ins Stan hi ought hin, liefere Ins people. '
III ?.lu v ?III ililli,'lilt les Hi du no'
umierest ininti the strength ol his op
iKinen; n< i Icu. thc vigil! tc conn
ho fori them am. tliej Itlivi thc righi to;
disposi ot hui; a.- tliej please Hi Icu.
originally opposed thc.March co: volition;
on whoi ;in nomination? inn. lice; made
.i appealci nc. theil election, Ne tun
opposei Hu Ucl,cn movement, nc io .
tboiighl i; was politic! the histor j of the
Stan wil show thal ?his movement has;
no: pul ?i cen: mi. ?lu puchen ni Hu
peopli ! ron in- boyhood be had always
opposei "lo sali of huno- a.- a hov or ago,
Voice Von loo!, Kortj puny. Von
nen. Ills: \
A m<; lu -. v iiice \\ i will put yoi. ol.
Anotlmi ' m.-!- ii, von drink coffeel
in favored les;- expensive comity gov
cvuiueiils In timi hogan ii di i.Mission
o: ; lu ta.it question.
Then wai ;, gua I lon Ol contusion,
in believed Hm tin Pbilippim islands
wen nov ll ll dm tin contro. ol thc
. lilied States In believed ki n Denice
rac \ m.i is mc ox treme
A ftc; lie han concluded flu crowd
a-.III ci n i in Semite Tillman
rsenatoi Tillman main a speech n
wbii'l in o:-,'ussr., national issue firiu
cipally, in interspersed tn.- tall, witt
bikini pleasantries tm: paid no especial
ationttoi o Mt .lotnvs ii conclusi?n,
m nui Hu i,.,.- n bou I m.- engagement
0 ,., nt I, Stilt til Dakota li help Sena
1.1 Pettigrew am. look a hann primary
,u : !u questuil as ti wlmthoi lu hat.
hettie :'i ..: shlj Thc result Ol the
primary Indicated thal be couti, in
nor I a lu pleased, ami someone
pi onus, <1 tha- bis intcies' n Sont I i in
oim. would I>I looked ftftel whlli hi
l.llSI l.d ouauiii Iii} lei' hip whin
Itnndliuj .mm iienv; boxes The do?loi
1 called on san. tit (irs) it WIW a slight
shan and woilli -om lu WCli, hu: itgrow
worsi alu ?in docloi Ihci san; I had
beumnlism I! continued (ogrow worst
.im , i,uii tinnily gel around lo wort..
v i'll I I, . il li: sion am Ho di uggisl
i ecoinitiendcd rtie n fry i hanihei lau .
Pall llallll . I.n i li am. om..halt nf li
, ? .rn i,,,' i li . IIII O no entirely, 1 now
recommend ii n ?il my friends.-!d(\ A.
I. . i oil. ?.; H Ps. Iii- to- salt hy .1
v. bell v..iii,.iii.i v, . I.nnuoy,Seneca,
I, i. Zimmerman West in Ins lol
\\ I. c. \ M .vol: . I'.\., .lune I.;.-Six
mci wen killed am: anotlie; fatally in
)tired oi, a logging railroad at Canal,
lihou! thirty-Sin milcf lion. lien-, this
afternoon A nan. him pod Hu track
H. -onu unaccountable manne, and
. i nov.i i, ..'" iiiiii onibankmcnl
bot) H i om.ii. am. engineer wore instantly
i. iii.,, ,i.. ;n-i won foin Italian lahorors,
Fearful f all ol si Tr.iin.
NEWS IN AND AROUND WESTMINSTER.
Tho Protracted Wooling. Closed-Local Hop
WKSVMINSI'KR, Juno 20.-Mr. Goo. W.
Pitts, telegraph operator for tho Southern
Kailway Company, has boon transferred
to Lulu, Ga.
Mrs. S. L. Wilson und hoi two sons,
Frank Poarsou and John Parks, aro visit
ing Mrs. Poarson at Duo Wost and attend
ing tho college oommonconiontSi
Mesdames L. A. Coffoo and Annie
Jameson roturuod to thoir homos in Mis
sissippi Inst Saturday after spending four
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. ll. Ligon.
Editor Findley, of tho Times, m ado a
a brief visit to Toocoa yesterday.
Mrs. W. P. Anderson went to Due West
last Saturday to attend the commence
ment exorcises of the Due West Female
College. Mrs. Anderson was graduated
from this institution twenty years ago.
She will visit at l'iedniont and William
atoll before ret urning homo.
Miss llessie Gordon (?rews, n beautiful
Virginia lady, who has been staying with
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Carter since lust
October, acting us governess for theil
children and touching music, loft yester
day morning for her borne at Danville.
Tarent, are asked to keep their ohll
dronof? of tho factory building while tito
bricklayers are at work. Dosi tl OS getting
ill the workmen's way they place their
lives in jeopardy by being about thc
building. There is no objection to them
going through when the men are not ut
We wore pleased to meet Mr. J. W.
Williamson, of Harmony Grovo, (?a., on
our streets one day last week. For ii
number of years he was one of West
minster's (dover salesmen. Ile was with
T. N. Carter A Co., winch was later on
the Carim Morohaudiso Company.
The melding in tho Presbyterian
church (dosed on last Thursday night.
The SOrmotlR by Revs. Wi Loo Harrell
and P. J. Vormillion, who assisted Rev.
is. L, Wilson, were deep, sohohu y and
much enjoyed bj all the hearers.
Though there was only one accession to
the church il wai. a glorious meeting in
benefiting and reviving Christians.
The next regubn mooting of the M. ll.
S. will be at Mrs. M. A. Doyle's residence
on Friday evening next. Floury Ti m rod,
a South ('andina poet, will lu studied.
A full attendance is desired.
Misses Salin? Dickson and Nannie Tor
roll visited in Seneca the first of this .
Miss nessie Wilson and ber cousin. Miss
Maggie Hall, of A kansas, left yesterday
foi Due West to take m thc oommonce
Richard Oglesby, colored, got bis foot
badi) mashed while at work at the cotton
mill one day last week.
Miss May Cannon, ot Georgia, is visitinp
Mr. and Mrs. I . VV. Cannon.
Mr. W. !'. Doylo and Misses Dorn Pal
telson and Sol mn Doyle wore ?.'nests of
Mrs. M. A. Doyle ibis week.
The Southern linilwnj Company have
made some noodod improvements around
lt ls good to see lin sunshine. Tile
farmers are having a mee spelt of wea
thor thin week to ti nish harvest i np the
miall grain orup. A. I>. OOSHKTT.
Would Not Suite! sr, Again loi F if t> Tunes
1 a wok i las' night with severe paint ii
III j stomach ! novni fell sn htidlj ii all
m j lifo Winni l caine down to work
: 111> inoriiim '. tell so weak I could
linrdh work. 1 wen; to Millet ?v McGill
:!>Y dru;:.' sion am! thoj recommended
f ilinimhorlnin's Coln. Cholera and
Diarvhon Remedy, lt worked like mugil
md one dose lixetl lin nil right. Il ROI
lanilv ls lin lines! th i lip I eve. usia! foi
nomad, trouble ? sind', mu la willum;
il it. my home h oren f lev, foi l should not
larc to endure tho sufferings of las! nlghl
.gain foi lift) tune.- its prion.-G. fl.
? i, MIS, l.ivorvman Riirgotlatown,
Washington Co., l'a. This reined > is foi
?lb bj ,1, W. Doll, Walhalla. W. J. I.un
ley, Sonnen, li. lt ft minor man, Weal
Cotton AcroaflC Decreases.
GAI.VKSTON, TKXAS, .hun ?V-Thc
i. alveston I lallat News to-morrow will
print rbi Oral ol its 11)00 series of orop
reports complied from replies from -Mil
torres pond ont t covnriiu lit counties in
Texas Tin roporl shows a decrease in
;in rot nu. aroage ol ?.> poi cool from
las; yea-., dm to Il0iiv\ rains '?'In pl ail I
is n fail condition Diversification of
drops hat grown tr bc tin rule ins teat!
ni the exeoptiou ii 'oxes. As n result
farmers art prospen ns
Haver"; Henoivetl (lie Shari Yoi.
Sie Vom? J mit Iii.--Tho stockholders
0 : 11 * Standort ?i company art to-dn;
receiving a dividend ol lil poi cent, thc
d i sh ur som onp ii all anmiintinp te $|fj
III The live-, nun dividoiuh n March
amounted ?<. poi ooiil Foi tin past
yem tin dividoiuh liavt aggregated -I.
poi cen;, ol >t...net..not
TlieCbinosen.sk "hov. li von: liver?'
instead of ' Hov th yon do?' foi when
tin Mvoi is aol i vi tin beal th it good.
Dewitt's Little Fnvh Risnrt an famoiit
lil tb pills foi lin live; alte dowels
- The Gveenvillt Nowi sayi thal farm
ori in thal count} will havi oiiougl
wheal tin: yea; tn sell anil hrinj then
?7...I to &I00,( fX n cash,
".'lier ?in nov shmplllj dallj troll:
Ridge Springs lliroi ear.- nf penche.- ir
r?frig?rai ors, Knob cai hold* 00i orates,
w|,iel mian- l,St)l ora tot alone tion?
Ridge, Johnston, Ward'i ami M ono tte
sine equnllj nt mniij Tin frnif and
vogotnblt industry it a grow i nj am ;
paving invest mon ;
- Tin demand fol pmmiei an, nie.klei
II. Hu circiilatioi is .san n la impreco
dented This it laker to indi, an great
nott vi ty II business I Inri nf tin calen
ihr yeni low tin col nagt ol uie.klOs
reached iU,:>oi while tin penni ot
coineC ir lin Minn tum amounted lo
? G overnoi McSweenoj Inn math nu
admirnbli seleetiOi in appointing Mi
Angus; K?ln to til Un unexpired tern
01 Mi i .. Wilbert a- a Trustee of Hu
><<u i-'arolina f'ollogi Mi Kolo h
om n Hu ables; newspapo: IU0I ill th I
Stale, am if n thorotigli sympatlij with
educational wo. k
Tin Democrat* ni Kentuekj are well
united on Hu campaign, Tin Goalie
law, which caused so lintel trouble v.ii
Tin Tcnitcss?t ed I to n gol in a wreck
m tin Soul hen road neal Asheville ?
lev duj ago Fortunato!} norn di them
Aeoordinj ti tin Nev Vork moriiinp
papers, 'oin I. M.-i.e.u ha se.nl hi
persona; cheek foi **' to R.yai tn hi
lined In Hu campaign,
Se?alo. Tillman is a pfottj good lore
casie; ,,' pol i li Cn events Hi has math
ii ve. \ cleat thai lu i- gain/ to allow iii.
followers t< von tm Col llov? i: ilu'\
set ii. Spa lanburj Hornill
MANILLA, .hmo 17,-Tho United Stilton
forcoK lind two ongagomont? of impor
tance last week. Tho troops iindor Clon.
l-'unston and (ion. Grant organised an ad
vanoo, wi'h parts of Hive roglmonts and
two guns against flvo hundred robots in
a mountain stronghold oast of Blair
cnhata, whore it wa? sup])OBod Capt.
Uoberts, of the 3f>th rogimont, who was
oaptured last mouth at Sau Minguel de
M ayn mo, was bold captive.
The Ainoricnns nporatod under ninny
diflioultios and over un exceedingly rough
country, but Hie rebels rotroated, only n
few resisting and the stronghold was oc
cupied and burned.
As the result of last week's scouting
sixty Filipinos wore killed, 200 wore
oaptured and MOO rides, with 3,000 rounds
of nmmunation wore surrendered. Three
Americans were killed.
Malarial fevor has boon prevalent since
April In parts of Cavlto and Patangas
provinces, which aro garrisoned by the
.Kith and 30th regiments. Thirty por
cont of tho men ol each regiments an
on the sick list. Of two battalions In
1 tulangas Province one has 160 and the
"Neglect is thc short stop SO many take
from a cough or cold to o msumption.
The early use of One Minute Cough
('ure prevents consumption, lt is the
tildy harmless remedy thai gives imm?
diate results, lt eures all throat and
lung troubles. Children all like it and
mothers endorse it. J, YV. Hell.
Explosion in Philadelphia.
Prn.ADKl.l'IUA, .lune 17. -Three mon
were killed and fourteen persons wore
injured lo day by nu explosion of gun
powder and dynamite used in tho manu
facture of fireworks. The explosion oc
ourred at No. 021 Schnell stroot. Tho
third Hom was uti lived for ninillifnotur
ing cannon crackers and other Oro works,
lt is not known just how the accident
occured, but it is believed that the three
men w ho were killed wore smoking in
ihc room containing tho explosive and
t hat a spark from a pipe fell into the
powder or dy mimi to. The house was
coinpleteh wrecked. Evory ot.hoi dwell
inp in thc block was damaged more or
less serious)-,. None of thc injured will
Tho Lord is gracious, and when Ile
sends dull pronohors, ho moroifully sends
sleep also to comfort bis nflliotctl people.
China Declares War A$j
Forts Open Fire or
1.ONO.IN. .hine 10, 3.30 A. M.-Chitin
declared wai against the world when the
'Pukli forts opened upon the international
licet. The accounts of what took plain
arc still unsatisfactory, tin- best semi
ofliohll information being thc despatch
received at Horlili from Cbc Foo, as fol
The (.crinan consul at Clo- Foo tole
graphs that a Japanese hon) from Takll
bus brough I thc following:
'?Thc Chinese laid torpedoes in the
Takll river and collected troops from
Shan Hoi KWilli. Thc loreign command
ors assembled on the Hussian Ihlgsbip
ami addressed an ultimatum to thc com
manders ol th - Tabu forces, commanding
them to withdraw their troops before
.lune If, Ai i A M., .tune 1"?, the guns
Ol tin loris opened Inc. to which thc
Hussian, Hritish, French and Japanese
warship* replied. Thc bombardment
lasted seven hours Two british ships
in thc r:vei bet ween t lu loris arc reported
in lune been sunk.'
The imotlicial narratives, coming bj
wnj ot Shanghai, varj wide)) and hear
intomnl ovidonoe of supplementing the
main facts with guess work. Ono dis
patch says thai thc forktown partici
pated in thc bombardment. Auothoi
asserts that American marines formed
bull ul tho storming force ol two thou
An Associated Press dispatch from Cbc
Foo, dated yesterday afternoon, says;
"Tin- torts on both sides of Take ave
nov occupi.il Tin Chinese opened liri
unonpce.tedly. The disunities to the
mixed loree were as follows: Hritish I,
Gorman3, Hussian 1, French I; wounded.
Hritish 4, t.ermai. ".. Hussian-If), Froncli
I, Chiucsi torpedo bonis woroseized."
Thc Shanghai correspondent of thc
Dall) Mail, telegraphing yesterday, says
Tortured to heall. I>> Ants.
Ki PASO, TKXAS, June 15.-News lia*
rcachc: hon from thc State of Sinalon,
.Mexico, the hostile May o 1 lilian conn
try, south ot .sonora, of titi terribie tim
that overtook ntl American prospontm n
lev. days ago. James Wilson, an Ameri
can, lu lieved to lie a fugitive m ii riler ei
from Hu I lilted Stales, had been ni the
countrj foi months prospecting, in the
villagi Heaves; his camp he becalm
acquainted with nu attractive youiij
ihiughtoi <>: a aub-cliiel Om tia) she
disappeared, ami letuvned two dayl late
li KU; thal Wilsen lind decoyed hoi to
his cami am h.o. detained lu-i there I? j
lure? foi twelve hours Tilt Indians
Hwori vongnnilci . bul Wilson bad lied.
Thc- trailed bim across thc hills ami
brought him bach to thc villagi council.
Thc beac nun of thc tribe, including thc
outraged girl'i father, condemned thc
prisonei and ordored thc most horrible
form ni punishment known to thc Mayo.-,
.un nm quill common anion; them n
in indicted. Stake* wen driven Drud)
ii the groum around n larg? ant hil,
am. Wilson stripped ol his clothing, was
stretched actos: tin mouin ami bound
o 'hem. Tin insects literallj gnawed
. m . s vitals and bodied a horrible death
Iv) poisoning poison Wound* and all
otho accident al injin ioi nmj lie rpiiokl)
?Mired b) using Hewitt's Witch Hazel
Salve H it also a certain cine foi piles
aim skin diseases, 'l alo un othor,
.1. \\ Holl
Moiii.ii m tin Platform
KNOXvn.i.i., TKNN. Jihu '". -In n iel
tor lo Ci 1 Milton cdilm of Ibo Senti
ne. and dolofjnti bi the Kansas C : i T > ( on
venluii. Se?alo: Juin.'! Mingan ot Ala
ii.un.i Ibid expresses lib view? concern
in; tin platform b bi adopted at Kan
- Tm horsci an named and nntoroi foi
tin ra?i ?md th ridet weighed and in
Hu Mildil SO both pa tn-.- are t ry inf t?
I find the smoothest ground i" rmi over,
(in: smoothest path ii thai wind. We
hnvi bea lei Oui with Hu tramp ol I ionio
erad] sinci ileflcrsoii blazed Hu way ami
I .hickson opened il The Chicago pial
torin n ti triii exposition ol tili* creed,
thong! i- ha .. n v maignial noies tba;
liri vallie! too Socialistic. ; Kryal ha
.until -nun that Wi can afford ti ignore
other* will i? attempted in tin I'opulis
Iii il I red iou New \ ort. will attempt to
ie wi in i: nod pul Brynn's picture ovoi
it as ai indo n it- monning. The san
cou rs* i- to stand h> it. The people will
mulei nam! tis i; Wi <!<? that. A new
alignment will lose its mon thai xvi
THE NEWS FROM SENECA.
Evonts of tho Wook-A Pleasant "At Home"
People who Com? and Qo.
SKKKOA, .tune m.-Ou Thursday
evening of hint wook Mr. and Mrs. .J.
W. Ry rd woro "at homo" to a num
ber Cf yOUtlg people, thc OCQRSIon hoing
a charming compliment to their guests,
Missos Kat ie and Ovaliuo Sharpe, Mattie
Lcd Iicttor and Clara Hunt, ?ll of Town
villc. Tho spacious lawu was advanta
geously used, while indoors games
wore ongaged in. Delightful refresh
incnts were sorves. Tho guests of honor
wore much admired.
An interesting service was bold nt the
Presbyterian church on Sunday evening?
The choir gavo a numbor of musical so
Tiie feature of tho evening was thc
report of Dr. E. A. Hines ooncorning
the rooent session of tho General Assem
bly ut Atlanta. Dr. Ilinos was cominis
sionor from South Carolina 1'rosbytory.
His talk was niucli onjoyod.
Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Austin have re
turned from an enjoyable mountain trip.
M ?HS Nollie Harris, a charming young
lady from Townvlllo, is tho guoBt of her
cousins, the Misses Dickson.
The many frionda of Mrs. Robt. lilli
son, pleasantly romombored as Miss Mary
Thrashor, wore glad to BOC hoi in town
the first of t hit, week.
Mrs. W. A Holland, of Anderson, was
in town tine day last wook.
Miss Christine Dickson will pay an
early visit to a friend in Atlanta.
Mr. F.lzy Richardson lins returned from
Columbia, whore he has hoon a student
in the law 'e.partniont of the South Caro
lina Col logo.
Miss loth ol Finonnnon visited relatives
at Walhalla last wook.
Mrs. G. W. Tolbert is with ber mothm,
Mrs. R, Crisp, at Walhalla.
Kev. W. T. Capers and little son spout
Sunday in Seneca. Mr. Capers filled bis
usual appointment at the Episcopal
church in the afternoon.
The Methodists bave a meeting in
contemplation. The pastor. Hov. G. F.
Clarkson, will preach on next Sunday,
from which time tho services will proba
bly be continued.
The incessant rain of last wook hitor
fercd to some oxtont with the work of
tho Once a-Wenk anti Students' Clubs.
MAIN E. SW ANN.
gainst the World-Her
i Combined Fleets.
"The forts bogan firing in obedience
to orders from Pekin, conveyed lu a per
sonal edict of tho Empress Dowager, by
advice of Kali? Vi (president of the min
?K tr y of war.) Several warships wore
struck hy sholls from the l?-inol. guns of
the forts. The heavy Russian losses wore
due to the blowing up of the magazine
at Mandshurn. Emu hundred Chinese
are reported to have boon killed. The
Chinese, when retreating, ftdl into the
hands ol the Russian laud forces."
The Daily News has thu following
from Che Foo :
"Two of the forts wore blown up.
The thirty two warships at Kau aggro
gated 200,1)00 tons and carried more than
The failure of Admiral Seymour's
column and its retreat to Tum Tsin in
orenso, ii is presumed, tho peril of tho
legations in Pekin, willoh is st ill isolated,
although Shanghai forwards Chinese ru
mors that the legations wore attacked by
mobs who were mowed down by machine
guns, ?md also that the members of thc
legations were massacred.
The situation at Nie Ch wang is re
ported critical. Tho British consul at Kin
Kwmtg has ordered all foreigners to leave
Ki. King and Nan King Chang. Thc
powers an taking prompt action. Foin
thousand Connan troops have been or
ri red to China: ten thousand French
troops ave waiting to embark at Saigon,
capita! of Fronch Cochin China, and from
ft,DOO to 5,000 more Russians have been
ordered from Port Ar thin to Talen The
morning papers consider that a state of
wai practically exists and that thc issue
is between Eostoni and Western civiliza
lion. Thc Timos says that thc latest nows
inlin.tels increases a situation already
Nows in and Around Townvilio.
TowNvn.i.K, .lune 18.-The farmers
are very badi} behind with then work.
General green I nu. captured thc Hooey
Misses (Trace anti Maggil Thompson,
fcwn .>! Townville's fairest daughters,
have returned home from Chicorn Col
Mi. II. W. McCarley lins returned from
Clinton College We are always glad to
welcoim out students hack homo.
Mt W .1. Whitfield is seriously ill.
M; Sith Campbell is con fl not] lo his
Tin Sundnj school at Pine Grove II in a
Tin Ue> .1 I . Mason preached n very
instructive sermon at Pine (?rove m. last
Tin Kev. ( Warriki" will preach at
! nu i.rove on thc linn Sunda} in dui} in
Prof. .1. W. (mines anti wife of Ilartx
vilh S ( .. arc visiting his parent},. Mr,
am. Mis 1, (raines, of this placo,
Mi .lames ThornWoll, of Clinton, S.
, ii on two mon tin visit to hu uncle,
Mr. K I' Karlo, noni herc.
Mrs .lam Woolhright, o? tho place,
win i.- visiting m Allanta, is vor} ill at
the latte: place fl01 mau} friends hope
foi ne- speed} recovery.
Kev .lames William* preached au
instructive seimon to a large congrego
tun a' tin baptist church Sunda} morn
mg WAI KINO STICK.
A f;ard ol Thanks.
I wish to sa} thai I feel lilldoi last in;
obligations foi what 'bianiberian ..
ough Itemed} has dom foi oin family.
V. i have used i. in so mail} case o;
coughs nmg troubles anti whoopin,
cough, ant! il has alway> (riven thc mos:
perfect satisfaction, wi icc greatly in
dollied to tin manufacturen o; tim
romeri} ami wish them to please accept
otu heart.} thanks -Respectfully, Mus,
l)OTV, Ito Moines. Iowa l oi sale bj
., W itel.. Walhalla, W. ,). Lunney,
Seneca fl H Zimmerman, Wostminstoi
A lian.mu at Millilitre.
KINOSTUUK, .tum Iii.-Hamilton Me
GHI, a negro 2' yean old was nangee
Uvriaj ni noni foi . rinniialh assaulting
( olie Erriri}. a whit? ihild ' yean on.
o: Ma} Hi Tin negri. .Math a full con
fession hlltBtntcd that thc deed wa;. Oom
t>\ consenti Thh thc child denied on
Maj Tin negro was convicted on tin
conni of carnal)} knowing ami abusing
womai: child mulei 10 yean of agi Iii
neck wat no; broken and tu continued
to breathe fourteen minutes A large
ci ow e was m town, hut then was m
It is handier than a co
Fl ame Oil Stove is al)?
and causes neither sm<
Rindo in vurloiiB
REDUCED RATES VIA SOUTHERN R. R.
National D?mocratie Convention. Kansas City.
Mo.. July 4th, 1900.
On ncoount of this occasion the South
ern Railway will noll round trip tiokots
from till points on its lines to Kansas
City, Mo., and rot uni at tho rato of om;
in st class faro for the round trip. Tiokots
will he sold duly 1st and 'Jil, with final
limit July nth, 1900. Tho Southern is
tho most diroot route to Kansas City and
offors host schedules.
Annual Convention B. Y. P. U. ot America.
Cincinnati. Onio. July 12 15. 1900.
tm account of thc above occasion the
Southern Kail way will sell round trip
tickets from all stations on its lines to
Cincinnati, Ohio, and return at the rate
of one lust-class fare for thc round trip.
Tickets will lie sold duly lt?, ll and 12,
with final return limit duly ISt.h. 1000.
For detailed information rola ti vc to
schedules, Blooping car r?servations, etc..
call on or write any agent of the South
ern Railway or its connections.
S. H. HAUDWICK,
Asst. (ion. Puss. Agt.. Atlanta, Ga.
Colonol Hoyt s Farewoll.
Colono) .lames A. Hoyt has thc lol
lowing signed editorial in the yesterday's
issue of his paper, the Mountaineer:
Foi a brief season 1 am to be absent
from the ofliec of tin Mountaineer, en
gaged in a work to which my reader.
will testily 1 am not an alum m a
stranger. At Mic solicitation of my
co-workers 1 have consented to become a
candidate for Governor of South Caro
lim: and to uphold the cause ol prohi
bition in the campaign inion whioh we
are now entering, a cause tor which?]
I have stood with steadfastness tor many
'years. leonid not refuse to sorve my
associates in tin.- or any other capacity
where they doomed me ii; to labor, even
'though I am parted for the time being
j from duties with which 1 am more
"In my estimation the highest welfare
; of thc people ilumands a change in thc
method of dealing with the greatest
curse ol mankind, ami I on tot upon this
work with thc linn conviction that its
triumph will bring blessings untold to
the State, ls it asking too milch ot un
Iriends and patrons that they will join
with me m this oU'orl to banish rum soli
mg from our borders am! diminish the
evils with whioh we are surrounded'.'
"if 1 shall he successful in this contosl
'the viet ivy will belong to tin soho
minded, honest citizens ol tin State ann
i 1 am confidant that the Piedmont region
wil! beal its share n. the labor.- as il will
, in this instance read the honors that an
to be rowarded. Tins section ot South
Carolina lins uevei had but one G over
? nor chosen by tito people, which was
1 thirty ti vi years ?uro. when ?. o vernor Or:
was elected, ano it mnj bc tba; tin
voter.- this tune will reckon thc day has
i come when they will choose another, <>,
lat least wil, show a lively inter?s! ii, tin
"1 will esteem it a special honor to
know that tito citizen.- of Greenville aie
desirous of contributing ?> large .share
towards my election, foi it will be a
pleasing endorsement Iron, the people
With whom ni J in; bas been eas; io;
move thai twenty years, ami io; whose
i u tores U am! welfare I have constantly
, labored. The favorable expression; u
regard te mj candidacy union' tin ci;,
zens ol the city ami county of dicen
ville an about the highest tri bu ti a man
t can receive from In.- neighbors, ami ni.
tin.- account I shah. loo!, iovwani will,
heightened intores I to thc verdict
rOlldored ai thc prim ivy indi; on tin
28th ol August. JAMI.- A. Govi
I summier cows I
; ?JJ orc noted for linn?in? on. S'
t? They weaken your throat Si
?3 and ltiiif!!., mid lead to 3?;
' ^5 serious trouble.
ag Don't trifle with them. 3;:
Take Scott's Emulsion ni 2^
! cj? once? lt soothes, heals, "J?
: ^ and enies.
x*wr 50i ind $1, A! druggist*
Railroad Wreel nea' Allanta
ATLANTA GA., .lune ll -A north
hourn! passenge: train or tin South'ri.
I Railway collide* tin. morning wilt ai
incoming accommodation, nea; heb
.Junction, live mile- non, Atlanta. Doti
tram; were liln c am! munni- thirty-five
j mile.- ai non; whet thoj came togothoi
Kdiei. Reuben s. May hold, nngiueci
I of accommodation train Honjamin Davis,
liitiirei! William \. Haine. Atlanta,
fireman, ribi crushed; W. A. Sharp,
I Greenville. S, c Miss 1).ivies. Gaines
?ville. Ga W. C. Davis, Atlanta, digi
nee hebert .Moiiruh fireman; Julius
I Wilhcit, Atlanta, expr?s; mossougo
IT. Gregory, Atlanta, baggagi man -even
Kngiueoi Mayfield applied tin nit
brakes when lie -aw tin north hourn!
' train rounding a curve am! stone al his
post. The wreck wa? caused bj tin
failure ol the operadi; at belt Junction
' tc hold tlie iiortb-bouml train.
You'll not need to regulate your cooking
by the thermometer when you get a
Wickless Blue Flame Oil Stove. On the
hottest days you can cook whatever you
choose, in whatever way you wish, with
out suffering any additional discomfort
while cooking, The comfort you'll gain
is only one of the advantages of using a
C^??^ Flame Oil Stove
al stove and cleaner and cheaper. The Wickless Blue
whitely safe; it burns ordinary kerosene, without wicks
i)ke, smell nor soot.
lilacs for vurlmifi-Hlcotl fiimllloR; sold nt prlcon to nutt noy H i/o rt
irovor Hlovi'H aro Hold. If tho ii DU 11-1 tloc? not liewo tlioin, write to tito
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
T, E. ALEXANDER
Livery, Feed and Sale
, . Stable, . .
WALHALLA, S. C.
Good Teams and Saddle Horses.
Fertilizers nut! Dynamite eu Hund nil
tin- leur Round?
PHONE Nt., lt.
Bargains, Bargains, Bargains !
DON'T TAKE OU11 WORD, HUT
^% COME TV IX JT> SEE
* Our New Stock of Organdies, Lawns, Dimities. Pique, Poronlos, ?.V.c.,
anti buy your Spring anti Summer Dresses before they are picked ovor.
Wo luivo n full lino of CLOTHING, HATS, SH I HTS, LADIES',
CENTS' mid CHILDREN'S SHOES, nud evorythiiig In Gouts1 Furnishing Goods
thal are strictly up-to-date. Give us a call before Inlying and we will save you
Wc have on iiaud some genuine Musonvndo and New Orleans Molasses. Try
one gallon anti you will want more.
Wagon anti Buggy Material of al! kinds. In fact we try to koop everything
you want or need, and will he glatl lo sell to von as oben? or cheaper than you can
buy elsewhere. Om motto: "LIVE AND LET LIVE."
Give us your patronage, and we guarantee value received for yum money.
C ARTE K & C 0.
HERE IS THE FIELD.
Candidalos Who Have Filed Their Pledges
With thc State Committee.
The following candidatos foi thc
various oflicos mulei thc supervision of
thc Stall Kxooutive Committee, have
filed theil pledges with Chairman .limes
For (Sovornoi-M. ll. .Mcsweeney. .1
A. Hoy.. 1. I,. Gary, A. H. Patterson,
(,. Wah Whitman
Foi Lieutenant Govornor-.Ino. T
Sloan. ( . 1.. Winklet-, ( . L. Idease. .1.
li. Tillman ami Knox Livingston.
Foi Attorney Gcnoral-G. ll. Hollie
gol . .lanie; Al Moina .
Foi Secretar} ot State-M. K. Ooopor. '
Foi State Trcasuror-W. Il Tinimor- '
man. ll. II. .T?nnings.
Koi Comptrolloi Gcnoral-tl. P. Dor
ham. \ IC llrookei.
In: Superintendent ol Kducation-.1.
.1. McMalian, CUison Capers, .h.
Poi Adunan! nut! Inspcctoi General
,1. W. 1'iovd. George Douglas House.
Foi Railroad Commissioner-W. H.
I -.ans. .1. (.. etheridge. .1. li Wharton,
Thos V lierr\. W. I). Mayhem C. 1;.
F.vatiK, .1. c. Pettigrew
Fm (hiitod States Sonator-H. I;. Till
man. A (, .Iones
Firs! District-\\ in Flinn
Second-\\ . .i Talbert
Third- A. C. La timor, 1. I. Vornor,
c. T. Wyebo.
Fourth-.losnph .lohnson. Stanyarne
Fifth-1). IC. Kihloy, '1. .1. Strait
Sixth-das, Norton. H. ],. Scarborough,
.1. ?C, Flierl?.'
Seventh-.i. Wm. stokes
Foi Solicitor, First District-H. Il
Matthew... W. H. Tliomas. I'. T. Hildo
Second-il IC, Davis, 0, (.. Simms.
Third-.Ino s. Wilson.
Fourth Vt rn, Thurmond
Sixth-.1. U. Henry, Thos I . MoDow,
W. ( Hough.
Seventh- Titos, s. Soaso.
Klghth-.1 I.. Hoggs, .1 K. Mooney.
Iinwlii|i|int! of Justice
GUKI?N'VIJ.I.K, .lune hi - .Mrs. Mattie
Hughes, who liai been tried three times
nc tm murdet nf Hoi husband, ami lias
two m tima itidiotmcntf against lim foi
nelli np litpior, nbsoonded to-day. sin
-air sin wa. goilH to Nev Vork m Som?
nthci point mi; n n not known whore.
Hoi sioci. ol goods, worth abottf (?I Of i
mortgaged foi - Wi Slit li mulei bout!
im trial io: ii thousand dollars
.Itt ll gt ICtlgCUi I. Can anti Hoi, Irani
li, Gar) havt returned nom Nev oil,
where thej weill to consul! a specialist
a to .iiui:'i Gary's health, says the Ah
beville Medium Tin doctor rccommondi
quio) anti rest foi six months, am! say?
t Hie .Huhn will ht completely restored ti
health. Judge Gar) is HOW at Cokes
i bury and will spend sonic time there.
Dr. W. F. Austin,
OFFICE DAYS : MONDAYS, FBI DAYS
Soptomboi ",, 1801).
SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
A. H. li. SH A. M., LL.?.. L. 1.
rtPMNG ?OU11SKS free for Tonohors.
0 Fourteen Professors: !M,000 volumes
iii library; excellent laboratories, class
rooms. gymnasium, inilrmary, ntlilotle
grounds. Tuition $-10, otboi loos fclh a
session; tuition remitted to needy stu
dent;., l.xponsoi fcl?lo to jlI7f? ?i session.
Certified pupilf from forty-five accredited
schools enter its Freshman (Mass without
1 xamimit mu.
Entrance nod Normal Scholarship Ex
aminations hold ?it ovorj county sent
friday. July 20, 1000, by County Supoi
Sex; session n. as Soptomliot 26, 11MMJ.
I'oi Catalogue nduross
F C. WOODWARD,
Maj ?ii. 1000. 22-HO
TO BUY A HOME,
Sale, tor Division by the Hoirs
ol the Luto Mrs. C. Meyor.
THREE DWELLINGS IN MIDWAY.
SEEL AT P?DIC AUCTION
\> at the Court House ai Walhalla,
S.e., m. MONDAY', JUM Blt, moo, at
: : . ' loch A. M. :
1. The im of land with buildings
thereon m Midway, on the North side of
tin road leadme from Walhalla to Wost
Union, known a; Lot No. i on pint of
lands ol the estate ol Catherine Meyor,
made hy 1. II. Harrison .lune 1st, 1000,
measuring ano containing seven-eighths
(?i ot an nore, mon m less, adjoining G.
1.. McGee on Fast and Dot No. H on
2. Also, lot of laud with thc buildings
thereon, known os Fm No. ii, on pint
above mentioned, next West of tin
above described lot. measuring and con
tainui; sovoii-oighthf (J)ol an acre, more
m less, adjoining Lo' No. I on Faat and
and Fut ii on V> est.
!), Also, lot ol laud with the buildings
thereon known as Fot No. in plat above
mentioned, hoing next West ol lot last
above described, measuring ami contain
mg twi (:'.) acres, more oi less, adjoining
Fm No. '.' on the Fast ami Kev. .1. C. Law
on thc W est.
TKUMS Cash, l'urchasors to pay all
taxe; payable in Itu.o and for necessary
Property may be treated for at private
.1. 1). VKUNKH, hankel,
Walhalla, H. C
.lune 0, looo. iW-w