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J. F. CLINKSCALES, \ EDITORS AND
C. C. LANGSTON*_S PROPRIETORS.
'J ERMS ?
ONE YEAR, - - - - $1 50
SIX MONTHS, - - - 75
WEDNESDAY, NOV. B, I<JU?.
Cotton lias reached thc ll cent
mark, and if there is no general move
ment among tho farmers to hurry the
remainder of their crop to market, the
good prices prevailing will probably
be maintained. Precipitate ha?te to
6ell invariably causes slumps und
fluctuations. If the Southern planters
can solve the problem of properly
marketing their principal product,
they will give strength and firmness
to the market and keep prices at a
more ut*.-form level. Tho warohouso
system enables farmers to work in
unison for a common end, and with
its extension and enlargement will
doubtless como a better and more
Batisfaotory method of selling and
marketing to tho best advantage.
The corporations aro favored none
too much under the stringent provis
ions of the tax laws of Texas passed
at thc last session of the legislature,
and heavy penalties are provided for
the failure to pay taxes within the
time fixed by law. Many of the
smaller corporations have failed to
comply with the law, and if thc penal
ties are strictly enforced they will be
forced into the bands of a receiver.
Several of the railroad Bystems are
thus affected. Beoauso of the influence
they command the corporations are
often able to defy the law and.io vir
tually set aside the will of the people
as expressed through their legislative
bodies, but the democratic spirit in
Texas has always been of a radical
nature, standing for equal end just
privileges for all before the law.
From its list of over 17,000 corres
. pondents tho Southern Cotton Asso
ciation bas gathered statistics whioh
give the ostimated yield for the pres
ent year of 9,444,314 bales of cotton.
In view of the faot that Fall River
markets are bare of spot cotton goods
and sales are being made for delivery
not later than February, and also be
cause over 4.000,000 new spindles aro
being added to the cotton maohinery
in foreign countries, the association
thinks the prevailing price too low
and urges the farmers to hold for an
advanoe. The textile mills of the
world, it is said, have sold this orop
far in advanoe and at, pr ico o whioh
' ' trill justify them in paying several
eents por pound more than ? they are
paying afc present. The market for
tho sal? of cotton goods is constantly
enlarging, asd'the raw product should
command a price commensurate with
that of other commercial products.
It is said that most active measures
are being used by influential persons
in the North to prevent foreign immi
grants from coming southward. The
South ?oes not want the lower and
vicious classes that have disturbed
labor conditions and proven such an*
undesirable addition to the citizenship
of the Northern States, but she does
want thousands of honest, industrious
white immigrants who will help to de
velop her untouched resources and
elevate her citizenship. The movo
N mont to secure a good class of immi
grante has become general over the
Sooth, en4 in our own State the Com
missioner of Inimigration has done
splendid work in bringing good people
o here ta make their homos. - A Urge
% and continuous influx of tho right sort
bf immigrants will gradually result in
? the crowding out bf tho negro race,
and ?bea tho South is once freed' from
the black peril? newera of progress
and prosperity will begin.
' ; ?; ..-.ii-, ' -
:iW^-j^?^?^^ of Spartanburg
County tn their presentment bringa
serious charges against the county
'[ dispensers; both beer and liquor, and
the County Board of Control for not
performing their duty and not proper
ly carrying out the laws. Bribery
and corruption are charged in tho
management of the dispensary, thc
apeoifio allegations of official miscon
duct resulting from tho investigation
held by a committee from the legis
Utera in the Summer. Since the aen*.
aaiional disclosure s of theft and cor
roption then made nothing has been
v 4cne towards bringing the guilty par
ties to tho bar of justice, anft many
' ?.jp^ple^ad > about come to the oouolu
.ion thatCSMWO.' offenses against the
lew* of tba SUta would bo allowed to
go. unpunished. The solicitor an-?
V->?P?M?i'.?:'?''? make caaes
against the offenders and will t igor
ou sly prosecute them io the courts.'
-A few convictions will do moro to sst
^i??V right, if itiapossibioioret^
?n? corrupt dispensary system, 'iou*
these investigations and '. pr?sent' tho
Spartanbarg Jury baa donanothing]
.??ore thar? its ?Worn duty, but th? j
^S^?r^ge'-jory ofteb Ismea?ably fails to J
BeturnB to midnight from New
York indicate that George B. Mc
Clellan, Democrat, is re-elected mayor
of New York by between 3,000 and
4,000 plurality over William Ran
dolph Hearst, municipal ownership
It-ague candidate, and that William T.
Jerome, Independent, is re-elected
district attorney by about 8,000 over
Jamos W. Osborne, Democrat. At
midnight Mr. Hearst declined to ad
mit his defeat and declared his inten
tion to contest the election. At that
timo returns from 184 election dis
tricts had not been received. Mc
Clellan had 205:5fJ8, Hearst 203,370,
and Ivins 130,320 votca.
In Philadelphia the reform ticket
wins by a surprisingly largo majority.
William H. Berry, Democrat and re
form candidate for State Treasurer, is
? Thc proposed constitutional amend
ment in Maryland disfranchising the
nftgro voto was defeated.
Pattison, Democratic candidato for
Governor of Ohio, wins by a plurality
of 00,000. - .
Thc Republican ticket wins io
Tho net result of tho elections in
tho Northern States show encouraging
VOTES OUT TUE DISPENSARY.
In the eleotion held yesterday io
Spartanburg the dispensary reoeived
another terrific blow, tho vote last
night showing 1,689 in favor of pro
hibition with only 274 for retaining
tho whiskey shops. This is mado up
from 41 boxos out of a total of 72.
The remaining and unheard from pre
cincts are all Bmall and cannot ohange
the result even were they to be for
The Greenville News of yesterday
editorially announces that Caldwell &
Tompkins, publishers of The Char
lotto Observer, have bought that
paper and will hereafter oonduot it.
No change of any kind, either in the
policy of the paper or in the way of
making improvements, is contem
plated. Thc News is a bright, excel
lent newspaper, and nader the new
management it will doubtlessly con
tinue to give efficient service to its
numerona readers in tH Piedmont
and other sections of the State.
Attired In Han't Clothes.
New York, November a.-Af ter three
months' journey across the continent
from Nevada, during which abe waa
attired in men's clothee, Mra. Margaret
Jenkinn arrived hero Tuesday, anya a
dispatch to The Herald f rr m Wilkes
barre. Pa. She waa making her way
by stealing rides on freight traina and
was bound for Lewiston, Pa., where
she has relatives.
A Lehigh Valley railroad special offi
cer aaw her ina freight car and arrest
ed her.. Not until she waa taken to
the station house, did eh o reveal the
fact that abe waa a woman and then
she told a Btory so pathetic-that she
wat released. .
ouo ??iu. Xu&t eight y cai a fig? ??ic ??u
her husband left scranton for Nevada,
where tiley lived happily until three
months ago when lho deserted her.
Too proud to remain iu tho town where
she was known, but penniless and
without friends to whom she could ap -,
peal, she decided to make her way
east. " >.
Finding that as a woman oven food
was refused her and that work was
impossible to obtain ahe procured
men'a clothing, out off nor hair and re
sumed her journey eastward. Her aex
was never discovered so wat abe ar
retsted until ahe reached here.
Ability and Honesty. .
Recently there baa been an un
usual number of irregularities, con
fusion of ac cou u ts, shortages soi
embezzlements among county offi
cials of this State. Of these delin
quent offioiala there are two .elaaaes,
those who are plainly dishonest and
those whose irregularities are attribu
ted to incompetency or carelessness.
In dealing with the latter class ^ though
there may be doubt aa to iUeut io
some eases, the officials are exonerat
ed, and if they can ropjaco any deficit
that may exist, the county continuos
to haizard' the resulta of their unfit
ness. Thia ie ??tune. Ia : the drat
place, greater tart should be exercised
in selecting official*. . Too of ita ?
man's election ia due more to political
pulls, trade? and combinations, and
considerations of business or friend*
eb ip than to his fitness Fer:.tba
office. ; .
4 -Mo tho law should deal moro
- Charles W. Wilie, who in child
hood was a playmate of King Edward,
has just died in Newark. N. J.
- Congress will bo asked by tho
war d?partirent, it is declared, to re
establish tho army canteen for the
good of the service.
- President Roosevelt arrived
safely at Washington ofter a sea voy
age from New Orleans. Ile was great
ly pleased with his southern trip.
- Max Wilson, a prominent farmer
of Franklin, Ga., WBH assassinated
while in bia field, 1 mile west of that
place, by a negro named Dick Hardy.
- Among the insects thc most in
telligent are thone of the ant tribe,
while next to them ranks wasps. Bees
come some way lower down tho scale.
Beetles are hopelessly stupid, but
even they are not ?? had as butterflies
- A $1,000,000 youth is killing
bogs in ?St. Louis for $10 a week, Ho
: wants to learn tho packing Easiness
and is starting at the bottom. Usually
1 $1,000,000 youths uhow less sense
and are the lambs that are themselves
- Real destitution is rarely seen in
Japan. Though some of the people
there are unusually poor, all seem to j
be fairly well fed aod housed, ?
and all are cheerful. No Jap is ever
untidy or dirty, no* matter how muoh
of & t-.-amp Le ia.
- A hoarse had to be specially
modo at Rawteostall, England, for the
bunal of James Nuttel), "the largest
man in Lancashire." The coffin,
which waa 6 foot, 4 ' inches long, 3
feet wide and 2 feet deep, was carried
by twelve bearers.
- The shattering effects of light
ning upon trees may be accounted
for, in some degree, by the sudden,
evolution of heat and expansion of
gases in the wood and the vaporizing j
of water in the sap. An explosion
may thus be caused.
C- If the movement for Statehood
of Indian Territory wins Fort Gibson
will most likelv bo the capital. The
city has been the home of many noted
military officers. Henry M. Stanley,
tho African explorer, taught school
there, and Washington Irving wrote
his ."Tales of a Traveler" id a tent
just outside of the parade grounds.
- Emperor William a abort time
ago received ar. unusual present-a
pair of scissor*, but, so exquisitely
made as to be valued at nearly $500.
A steel merchant was the giver. He
had the Emperor's portrait aod some
celebrated historical buildioga en*
graved on the eoiueors. , The engraver
is said to have worked five years at
- Several years ago the Govern
ment made a count of the lepera in
tho United States (mainland) and
found 278. About twenty cases have
A A?i>Alf\nai1 Tkflaa AA?AO AVA
tva ta ww v vMrJfWVM *v.uwww wes ww
soattered through twenty-one States
and Territories, but the States Of
Louisiana,, California, Florida Misse
scia and- North Dakota have all but
forty-eight of them. Io Louisiana
there are 155 oases. California end
Florida eaoh have twenty-four oases.
California and Florida eaoh have?
twenty-four cases. In Minnesota
there ir*- wenty and in North Dakota
- Many a business mao keeps his
oonsoienoe io cold storage.
- Never judge &> woman's love for
house cleaning by her dislike for dirt.
- Some people oould koop cool Sf it
wasn't for the heat they carry on
them. ,- .
- Anybody who speaks the truth
in the hour of danger possesses 'true
courage. ? . ?.' . y.: -
Jud?e of Probate's Sale.
... -;? if;
STATE OF SOUTH' CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF AKOBRSON,'^
Court of Common Pleaa. -
J. W. Shearer, Plaintiff, affainet John F.
'McClure, et al, Defendant;
Pursuant to on ordor of Rale granted
horoln, I will noll on Saleeday lo JDecom
ber, nost, 1905. tn Iront of the Court
House, In tho City of Anderson. S, C.,
dorine tho usual boura of enle, the Real
Katata detorlbed as follows, to-wit s ? ; ?
: AU that ?oriol n Tract of Land, el ta ate
lo Reek Mills Township, County of An
dcroon, State of South Carolina, contain
ing two h nhdrcd and th?rty-ono (231)
aerea, mora or lea?, consisting of
two Tracte, one . of 225 i acre*, oore
. or Jw, v and - Uw other of J* som;
more or les?, situated ou tho north
alda of th o public read leadlo g ?tow
Robarla Church to Andersonvl??o, and
bein? bounded on tho north by Seneca
River, on th? oast and south by the es
tato of John W. Shearer, and on tho weat
by eatato of John W. Shearer, said public
road above mentioned lntervenlDt?, it
bal CK tho earn o Tract cost voy ed i o John
F. McCioro by John Shearer, by Deed
dated Janna? Af*. 1896, anrt record ed In
moa ot;ju M,? c., llSwI Pl
feforoaald, la Book M MM, p&S 143.
Parchaser to pay far all n oceaaary
1 Jud?o cf Probate aa dpsetxl Referee,
Hoy 8,?90S i;;^
Jud^e of rro^'s 8aie.
Cold weather will soon bo ber* abd
tbe need of Heating Stoves will teen be
felt, A complete line of all otvlea of high ?
?rado Heating Siovea ia carried by Bui
lyan Hardwaro Co. ?J
F ABM FOR SA1E.
Situated ll mlle* from Wei bal?n, con
creting of 100 acres, 30 acres in cultivation
with good 4-room house and barn. 70
acres in original forest, consisting of
pine, oak and poplar timber. Will take
$1/>.00 por acre. .Land ail Hes well.
B. B. MOSS,
Walhalla, 8. C.
Nov 8, 1905 21 4* .
Farm containing 470 acres situated in
Uulon and Newberry Counties. Sis
miles from Shelton (Southern Rv.) and
Bevon miles (rom Whttmlre's (0. N. St, L.
Ry.) Nico home and five tenant bouses,
barns, etc. Fine timber and farm lande.
310 per acre. For further information
oall er write
JOS. E. LEACH. Attorney,
Columbia, S. C.
Nov 8, 1905_21_1
Notice of Final liettlement.
THE undersigned. Administrators of
the Estate of C. J. "vandjver, deceased,
hereby give notice tba,t they will on
Monday, the 8th day of Deo y1905, apply
to tho Judge of Probate for Anderson
County, 8. (X, for a Final Settlement' of
said Estate, and a discharge from their
ot?C'3 es Administrators.
A. M. GUYTON. JB.,
W. J. VAN DIVER,
. , Admlnlatratorfl>v.,
Nov 8, 1905 21 5ifK
BY vlrtuo of the authority vested in
a? by the last will and testament of I
b. A. Marett, deceaeed, we will sell, at
Fair Play, Ooones County, South Caro
lina, FOR CASH, to the highest bidder,
the REAL EST AIE belonging to said
deceased, on TUESDAY, the 28th- day of j
November, 1905, st ll o'clock a. m., con
Histing of one hundred and fifty-two and
a half (I62i) acres, more or lesa, bounded
by lands of Jos. W. Shelor, Mr?, H. J.
Reeder, the Wiley Allen lands, lands of
Sam Grane and others A good dwelling
and out-houses and one tenant house* on
the farm. About sixty acres la cultiva
tion, and the balance well timbered.
The place is well watered.
Ono house and lot in the town of Fair j
Play, S. C , lot containing one acre, more '
Purchasers to pay extra for papers.
R. H. MARETL
A. P. HUNT,
Qaalifled executors of the last will and
Testament of S. A. Marett, deceased.
_ Nov 8, 1905_21 sjfl
Notice of Bridge to Let.
WILL lot to the lowest responsible
bidder, at the bridge site, on Friday, 17th
day of November, 1905, at li o'clock a.
tn., the building of a bridge on the
Devil's Fork, fcuown as Carters bridge,
in Rock Millo Township.
Reserving the right to reject any and
ell blda. S. O. JACKSON,
8np. A. C.
Nov. 8, 1905 21 2
10:30 a. m. Nov. 15,1905.
Thio nale, begun November 6th, will be resumed next
Wednesday, November 15th, at 10:30 a. rn,, and continue
until the remainder of the 87 -Lots are sold. ^
Sales Made to White People
. ' ;?NLY. I fm
If you wish to purchase ?t iMs sale, be on tbs ground
On South Main ?treet^
Anderson, 8. G.3
At 10:30 a. m. next Wednesday, November 15,1903;
Vioit the Lota, examine them? oeloct the ones yoii want,
an d be ready at tho hour named above.
This ie ? xare chance lo get a Lome in a desirable locali
ty in Anderson, S. C., one of the best cities in tho South.
Eemember three things v.. . -,
t'-% THE ?iAOS*-?/
. Terms announced at time of saie. .. .
WILL HONTOnrE ?HTIL DEG. 1st.
We have made a second reduction on all Goods in our
/Score. Our plsce^f 'business consists of three large floors?
loaded down with seasonable Goods, all of ^Meh must b&
sold as quick as possible, as we a*e moving our Wholesale
Department to Columbia, **G. : We stand ready to
SAVE, YOE MONEY'!
. If you want to 4b:.;the^ avantage' of
this Gigantic Sale. ^ I
One hundred Sales^Peopl^e how ready wait on you
^?rge" jJl?tf ,?^u::^aiei?
L?nd?r*^ roof, with '
) for?asli, ^
^.??dlfpr't??s.reas yo?i in most cases 85*
f$m&?$: Overcoats, ????a $??; and 'i??rth; ?2.<)d/
SI.25 each, / #]';%.
I ' Men-'aSS.?UOvor^a^^iSMe^?h,
each, ^ -, ."' ' -
^p?6y>-ha?0? . :!
stleitti 25 pep c??t mader th? ??gtt??if price*,