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WALHALLA, S. <J. x
Hit??AV, NOV. ?0, INO?.
itftSLLDEN USED BREASTPLATES.
Idavits of Marion Iron Works Employees
Sottio tho Controversy.
Wliom it May Concern ;
laving boon request ed by Mr. II. B.
lora to st?to what I kuow about tho
nufaoturo of broastplatoft by tho Mar
I Iron Works for Mr. J. D. Ilasoldon.
og loavo to stato that I am employed
Bald works; that on, or about, tho I 4th
Novombor, 1800, Mr. J. D. Ilasoldon
no to mo and placod an order for two
;natplatos. ito dlroctod them to bo
do so aa to Rt ovor bis breast and
mach, with holes at tho shouldors and
ir tho bottom BO that tlioy could bo
cl on. Thoy woro also to bo oval in
\po. Ho stated that some ono had
?cat cn cd Ida lifo and ho wanted to bo
spared against him. I rando tho two
>natplatos out of Torkatcol, and ono of
nu waa sont to him that ovoning and
info?, med that tho other was shipped
him noxt day to Columbia. They
ighod twolvo pounds codi and wore
t of Tork atoof. J. F. SPRAHS.
MARION, S. C., Novombor 28,
Whom it May Conoorn:
Vt tho roquOat of Mr. B. B. Soliera, I
to what 1 kuow about tho manufne
.o of bron8tplntoa by tho Marion Iron
>rks. I am omployod in tho Iron
)rks. On, or ab?ut, tho 14th of this
?nth Mr. Spoors, tho blaoksmith of tho
?h Works, mado two breastplates out
boilor stool at aald work? for Mr. Dud
. Ilasoldon. I saw Mr. Ilasoldon in
3 Bhpp whllo tho work was hoing dono,
d hoard him aay to Mr. Spoara that a
[.tain piooo of stool would uns wer. Ono
tho breastplates W??B dollvorcd to him
:\t day and I paokod tho other tho noxt
y and shipped it to Mr. Ilasoldon at
teat.: ENOS X POW KM,.
H. IC. DbiNi-bitD. mark.
MARTON, S. C., Novombcr 2:t, ISO!?.
-J Whom it May Concorn:
At tho request of Mr. ll. H. Sellers 1
will ef\"iO what I know of tho manufac
turo of broastplntos by tho Marion ! nm
Works for Mr. J. D. Ilnaoldon. 1 am om
plo'ytjd in said works. On or about tho
14th of this mouth I uaw Mr. Spears at
worn on what ho said at tko timo was a
breastplate. I saw Mr. Dudley Ilasoldon
at the works that day. I do not care to
V atato what I hoard from others at thc
thoo. CARI. MATTHEWS.
ThoBO aOldavita go to provo that when
Ifttsoldon and his mob arrived at Sellers,
front Marion, .wo weeks ago and com
wL mcn'ocd shoot.? r at lion Sellins and his
HL father, that V. , I Ilasoldon wrs not only
?Hit ftjcowavd, but ' ad murder in his henri,
nm?o ought to'sorvo a period on tho chain
SEB?^gP1 Maj;' ;u county and help to bot
Q6HRfoW-^<ds and causeways.. Ho also
ought to bo fired as a mombor of tho
Stato Board of Control, and last, but not
loaat, bo bi anded a coward and a liar,
lt winnot bo a Burpriso to any who
aro at n(ll familiar with thc good quali
tioB of <phamborlnin'8 Cough Remedy, to
know tnat people ovorywhoic take plea
sure injf elating their experience in the
uso of Mint splondid medicino and in tell
ing of tho bonellt they have received
from it! of bad colds it has cured, of
throatciucd attacks of pneumonia it has
averted;'and of tho children it has saved
from ajitaoka of croup and whooping
cough, i It is a grand, good medicino.
For Bal* by J. W. Bell, Walhalla: W. .).
Lunney, Seneca; II. B. Zimmerman,
Prosident and Wine Drinking.
CINC INNATI, November 25.-Recent
. atntonn mts that President McKinley had
drunk . wino nt a dinner were discussed
by tho Methodist ollicialsof thc Kpwortb
League at tho friand Hotel to-day.
"I ai rt a rebid teetotaler, and I believe
that nu y Methodist holding an exalted
public position should bo particularly
caroful (that his conduct should bo in
.ovory^rway oxomplary. 1 includo the
^*??SSwiRtont, but, as I understand it, l'resi
r'W^J?|j*t?nloy was not guilty of tho of
?. '.y^E?H Hw> I nm informed that he
Jfflfj" ('alden, of (Cincinnati, that
IHHHWwaH untrue ? ?lid that bc
JKwjn?j.afcTI banquet or any
... . ... 1 also have il from ;i Hishop
Hffsnlngton who purposoly had a
Ional conversation with tlicl'residont,
fBwB^Mr.; McKinley told him tlujt ho lind
j ill ?jnos been very observant, of the
lie Methodist Church, and had
H^B ^fwffiident McKinley's statomont set
sB ?ea tab matter. His word cannot be
raff, Eil nui nd s on tho Honoris Caso.
JiADKi.eiiiA, November 2f>.-For
nited Stales Udmunds in talking
about the seating of Bingham ll.
?, CongroBsman-oloot from Utah,
Roberts fills tho legal requlro
of the ?'onstitution and is, thoro
oligiblo to membership in tho
IO. 1 think his name should be ell
on tho roll as a mombor of the
io. in my judgment thoro is noth
idiflblse to bo dono.
If course, in sending Roberts to
?gross the people of Utah thereby
ie to have tho practico of polygamy
iOgni/.ed hy tho United States (Jovorn
?^'J?it, and the seating of their Keprescn
jve/.whn is also an exponent of tho
Union religion, would mean much
.Jhoir Slate. I still believe that there
fiHBo oM or course than to seat him. If
(ission were refused becauso he is a
non, some ono olso might fa:1 .>
ro admission becauso his views on
?nriff did not agree with thoso of
nnjority of tho llouso. Our Ropub
form of government would thus
[owevor there is, very fortunately, a
in the Constitution giving author
oxpol objectionable persons by a
nrds vole. 'Phis. I hopo, will be
|n tho ease of Roberts."
That Throbbing Jleatlncho
^hl quickly leave you, if you used
lg's Now Lifo Pills. Thousands
|crers have proved their matchless
sick and nervous headaches,
jnake pure blood and strong nerves
ii ld up your health. Kany to take,
fem. Only 25 cents. Money back
unod. Sold by all druggists in
Attorney G on omi (Junto)
?idorcd an opinion which la of
mportaneo to County Suporiiitou
?f Education. By an Act of 1803
ifflcors woro allowed $100 for
dg expenses. Later Acts left this
jon out, but as the Act of IH'.Kl
Ever been repealed, Mr. Gunter
hat it still is of fore?, Aa to
Ountlcs tho provision has boon
[ally repealed, but it applies to all
toting mon In Savannah, attend*
irounion of tho Sons of Confcdo
^toinna, woro killed by blowing
iga? In their hedi ooo
NEWS IN AND AROUND WESTMINSTER.
The Fourth Quarterly Conference-All the
?iook tor ino Cotton fri ?ii na* Seen Taken.
WKSTM'NSTS?, Novomber 29.-A great
doal of wheat baB boon sown lu this unc
tion. Wo would suppose that tho noro
ago is at loast fifty por cont more than at
tito samo timo last year.
I It was announced at tho Baptist church
on last Sunday that Thanksgiving day
would bo obsorved ia that church with a
Borvioo at 0 A. M. A collection will bo
taken up for tho bouoflt of tho orphans
at tho Connie Maxwell Orphanage
In a lottor just rcooivod from Dr. Wm.
H. Karris, of Waterloo, ho assures us
thnc tho weekly visita of TUP: KKOWKK
COUMKH haye hoon a source of joy to
him all tho year. Tho dootor Bays ho
will bo in Westminster about Docombor
10th on a visit and hopes to find all in
tho midst of happiness. "'
Mr. Fletcher S. Jenkins has Bottled
himself in his now atoro. Ho is now a
citizen of Westminster and is occupying
ono of Mr. Mulkoy's cottages.
Tho fourth quarterly couforenco of tho
Westminster charge, embracing Conter.
Hopewell, Nazareth, Kook Springs and
Westminster M. E. ohuroho?, was . hold
boro last Saturday. Hov. ?K B. Wilson,
tho profliding oidor, was profent and de
li vered a very impressive sermon at ll
o'olock in tho forouoon. Tho afternoon'
was dovotod to tho regular rou ti no busi
ness of tho couforcuco, Wbioh was con
cluded at fifteen minutos pashtwo. Not
withstanding tho cold and rain, fourteen
of tho circuit mombors answered to thoir
iiamos when tho roll was oallod. Good
reports woro road on tho spiritual condi
tion of ino Oifurohes and from tho Sab
bath schools and missionary soeiotios.
Tho reports from sonio of tho ohurohos
wore vory encouraging, showing, pros
perity on all linos. All tho stewards
woro requested H moot at tho Wostinin
stor church agaii on noxt Saturday at ll
o'clock in tho foronoon to transact somo
important business wbioh must bo at
tended to boforo tho annual oonforonco.
Tho election of a board of parsonngo
trustees, Sabbath sfchool superintendents
and stewards to sorvo for tho ensuing
year occurred at this qunrtorly mooting.
On Sunday thoro wa3 no sorvicc, owing
to tho unfavorable woatbor. Tho noxt
quarterly conferonco will bo hold at Kook
Miss Florence Norris arrived from
King's Mountain (wboro sho has boon
making lier home this yoar) last Satur
day anti oponed school at Toxaway on
Monday morning. Sho will spond tho
Saturdays and Sundays with Mre. J. H.
higon, of Westminster.
Our young friend, Mr. VV. A. Bagnall,
killed a largo hawk a fow days ago, and
ho ought to ho rewarded by tho Indios
giving him chicken pies. Or a hotter
plan might bo for tho young ladios to ar
range and preparo him a turkoy dinner
Miss Veda Sheldon, tho youngest
daughter of Mr. W. II. Sboldon, of Tu
galoo, spent last Thursday night with
her friends, Misses hessio Epting and
Elinor Knight, at Mr. C. E. Anderson's,
as she was returning from a visit to Now
berry and (?reenvillo.
Mr. .John M. Singleton, of Attalla,
Ala., returned to bis post of duty on
Monday, after a visit to rolativos in Oco
nee county. Mr. Singlotou is a son of
Mr. .lohn Singleton, who livos near Mt.
Tabor. He is an oxpress agont at Attalla,
and is a very useful young man in rail
road business, being a llrst-class tolo
graph operator and stonographor.
Plenty of kerosine oil in town now.
For several days last week and tho wook
before tho supply was complotoly ex
hausted among tho merchants.
Owing to the inclemency of tho wea
ther last Sabbath tho communion sorvico
that was to have been hold in tho Pres
byterian church was postponed until
Practically all tho required capital
stock of tho Chcswoll Cotton Mill has
been subscribed, and tho secretary will
probably issue a notice at an early day,
appointing a time for tho stockholders
to meet and organizo.
A petition was circulated Monday
asking tho merchants and business moil
to close to-morrow and observo Thanks
giving day. This was a happy thought
ou tho part of Major ll. II. Cross, who
wrote off tho potition and Bolicitod tho
Messrs. C. E. Millor and J. Y. Jones
are reported to bo very sick. They aro
accommodating clerks iu tho stores of
T. N. Carter and Claude Little tv Co.
Wo recently received an interesting
lotter from Mr. J. II. Vaughan, who is
now on John's Island. Ile enclosed a
lock of Seaisland cotton, which is grown
there extensively. Mr. Vaughan says ho
has bought an immense quantity of tho
fancy staple this season and tho prices
have ranged from 2.'! to f>0 couts por
A yellow colored bird dog (setter) lias
probably strayed from its owner and is
now making its headquarters with Mr.
XV. A. Bagnall, of Westminster. Tho
dog is well-trained. Mr. Bagnall wishes
for the owner to como and got him.
A. L, GOSSHIT.
Used hy British Soldiers in Africa.
Capt, C. C. Donnison is well known all
over Africa as commander of tho forcos
that captured the famous rebel Galislio.
Under dato of November 4, 1807, from
Vryburg, Hcchuanaland, lie writes:
"Boforo starting on tho last campaign 1
bought a quantity of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dinrrhon Hom edy,
which I used myself when troubled with
bowel complaint, and had given to my
mon, and in every caso it proved most
bonelicial." For salo by J. W. Bell, Wal
halla; W. J. Lunney, Senoca; II, B. Zim
- - . .
Firsl Legal Execution for Rapo.
Last Friday morning at Darlington tho
first legal oxooution in this Stato for
rape occurred. Ed. Lucky and Tom
Mitchell, both ncgroos, woro hanged for
an assault on Miss Josophiuo LtdTorton.
Fivo negroes woro apprehended at. tho
timo and tho lynching of all of thom was
narrowly averted hy tho prompt action
of tho sherill. Lucky confessed and im
plicated Mitcholl. Thore was no ovi
donco against tho others. On tho scaf
fold Luoky repeated bis confession, but
dcclarod Mitcholl innocent.
Conditions in South Carolina.
WASHINGTON, D. C., Novombor 27.
Senator MeLnurin in a publie intorviow
to-day spoko encouragingly of tho pros
perity among tho farmors of Iiis Stat? a..
well as among tho colton factorios and
cotton plantors whoso enjoyment of un
precedented good times was a largo fac
tor in 'ho gonoral prosperity of ins state,
lustedd of rccoiving <1J to f> cents per
pound for cotton, as lias been oxpoctod,
they woro rccoiving 7 cents ano ovor.
Tho farmers lie said were practically
free of debt and woll contontcd with ex
Four Pcoplo Slain.
WiLi.lAMsroitT, PA., Novombor 25.-A
family of four-a mothor and ber th roo
children--were found butchered to-day
on a farm about a milo north of Mont
gomery, this county. Tho horrible
wholesale slaughter is attributed to
Abraham Hummel, husband of tho wo
man and stepfather of tho children.
Men, armed willi guns and provided
with ropes, are searching for hun in all
directions, and, should ho bo caught, ho
will almost certainly bo lynched.
-?. . -
Dined and Winod.
CHAKI.KSTo.v. S. C.. Novomber 95.
?'resident Samuel Spencer, of tho South
ern, President lt. G. Erwin, of tho Plant
system, President IL Walters, of tho
Atlantic Coast Lino, and a host of lead
ing ofllcials of theso groat systems of
railroads woro entertained at dinner at
tho Isle of Palms to-day by tho business
mon of Charleston. When hosts and
guests sat down at tho tablo it ia proba
blo that 15,000 miles of railroad and $200
000, (XX) of capital woro roprosontcd.
During tho day a conforenco of tho
magnates lind dotormined to glvo Char
leston tho Union dopot for wbioh tho
city has boon contending for BO long.
Our War In th? Philippines.
The* following fact? will RUOW how
"our own" war ie progressing in tho
M AN ,xi, A A steamer from San Fabian
has brought 115 Spanish prisoners, .$15,
000 of insurgents' government money,
and other property oapturod by Law ton's
troop, warTayug, on-tho 21th.
Wheaton's troops and Fowler's oom
pany of the Thirty-third drovo tho enemy
westward from Mongalaron, a few milos
southwest of Dagnpan, captured five
muzzle loading guns, twolvo rifles, 12,000
rounds of oartridgos, 1,000 Sohrapnol,
800 pounds of powdor and other prop
erty; also 0-1 Spanish and i American
prisoner.?. Boll, with tho Thirty-sixth
infantry, ie In pursuit and will march
down tho western Lir?on coast.
Young is still lu pursuit of Aguinaldo,
who is loading for Banguo, a fow 'miloB
oaat of Visan. Youug, with oavalry aud
scouts, followod by a battalion of tho
Twouty-Bocond aud two battalions of tho
Thirty-third, is onrouto for Vigan, via
tho military post road.
Young's reception by tho insurgonts is
enthusiastic Aguinaldo oollootod moro
than 1,000 troops at tho north. Proba
bly tho moat of thom will desert him.
A number of small detachments of in
surgent troops throughout tho country
north of Manilla have boon oapturod aud
tho inhabitants manifest gratitude for
Ono of Aguinaldo's children and his
mother havo boon oapturod. Two thou
sand dollars lu gold belonging to tho old
lady was captured.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm (hires
Olhers. Why Not You ?
My wifo has boon using Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, with good results, for alamo
shoulder that hus pained ber continually
for nine years. Wo havo tried all kinds
of medicines and doctors without rocoiv
ing any bouoilt from any of thom. Ono
day wo Baw an advertisement of this
mcdioino and thought of trying it, which
wo did with tho best of Batisfaotion. Sho
baa UBod only ono bottlo and horshouldor
is almost well.-Adolph L. Millett, Man
chester, N. H. For Balo by J. W. Boll,
Walhalla; W. J. Lunney, Sonocn; II. B.
A Hoi Timo in Alabama.
Tho Senatorial oampaigu in Alabama
is a reminder of tho contest in this Stato
between Sonator Tillman and ox Senator
Butlor. Wodnosday at FJkmont an ox
Oiting Incidont ocourred in tho dobato
botwoon Qovornor Johnston aud Sonator
John T. Morgan. Tho Governor wns
nonring tho end of bia timo that day
when ho bogan reading tho alleged
Washington intorviow with Senator
Morgan, in which tho Senator said that
Bryan's leadership was not necessary to
tho BUCCOSS of tho party, and that another
loader might bo found to lead tho party
to victory. Sonator Morgan arose and
said: "You know Governor, you aro
"I am, am li"' ropliod tho Governor.
"Yes," carno tho rotort, "for I told
you yesterday that this intorviow was
not true, but you continuo to misropro
sont mo, and I say to you now, that if
you do it again, Governor or no Govor
nor, I will hold you to account." Tho
Sonator had walkod ovor to whoro
Govornor Johnston WOB standing and
shook his tlngor at him ns ho doliv
orod his words, 'f boro was considorablo
oxcitoinont and cries of "Sit down, sit
down!" and "Lot us do tho fighting?"
was hoard, lt was some timo bofor?
Governor Johnston could resume.
Bilious and Intermittent Fevers
which prevail in miasmatic dis
tricts are invariably accompan
ied by derangements of the
Stomach Liver and Bowels.
The Secret of Health.
The liver is the great "driving
wheel" in the mechanism of
man, and when it is out of order,
the whole system becomes de
ranged and disease is the result.
Tutt's Liver Pills
Cure all Liver Troubles.
Tho best thing for J. Dudloy Ilnscldon
to do is to resign bia placo on tho Stato
Board of Control. Ho is (says tho Co
lumbia Record) cloarly guilty of two of
fenses, which will make it impossible for
any self-respecting South Carolinian to
regard his continuing to hold public
oflico as anything but an insult to tho
Stato. They aro his uso of armor plato
and his domal bf that uso.
Tho caso of that Arkansas negro who
confessed to tho charge of attacking sov
eral white women is notable because ho
escaped hoing lynched and had a logal
trial. Moro than this, tho plea of his
lawyer for mercy was so oflectivo that
tho Judge gavo him thirty-two years less
tho maximum ponalty, so now ho will
only havo to sorvo 115 years.
Babies and children need
proper food, rarely ever medi
cine. If they do not thrive
on their food something is
wrong. They need a little
help to get their digestive
machinery working properly.
will generally correct this
If you will put from one
fourth to half a teaspoonful
in baby's bottle three or four
times a day you will soon see
a marked improvement. Por
larger children, from half to
a teaspoonful, according to
ag?, dissolved in their milk,
if you so desire, will very
soon show its great nourish
ing power. If the mother's
milk does not nourish the
baby, she needs the emul
sion. it will show ari effect
at once both upon mother
$<x. and f i.oo, all druggists.
SCOTT t* HOWNR, Chemist?, N*w York.
, Comrade Ohos. Riais, of Mocbnntcsvlllo,
N. Y., was Btruck by n ploco of sholl which
< Inter causod Bovoro hour t trouble Ho says :
"At second Bull Run a piece of abell
lodged In my shoulder, and later
rheumatism sst In, which in tufa af
fected my heart to such extent that
several doctors pronounced my case
incurable. Dr. Miles' New Heart
Cure relieved my pains, shortness of
breath and enabled mc to work) also to
sleep soundly, and prolonged my life."
ls BOUI by all druggist* on gnamntoo
first botllo benefits or monoy back.
Dook on heart and nerves sont freo,
Dr. Milos Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
Tho Drillsn-Qoor War.
I ho latOBt roports from tho battlofiolds
in South Africa aro to tho ofl'cot that
Goa. Hildyard's losses at tho l?oacon
Hill ongagemont ?bow 15 mon killed and
Tho Wost Yorkshire rogimont Buffered
heavily. Major Hobbs was captured and
Bovoral mon aro missing.
DispatchoB from l'rosidont Kruger and
Gon. Joubort woro found Ou a Boor pris
onor which said that tho Boor bosses af
Belmont woro 10 killod and -10 .wounded.
It nddod that in order to reassure tho
burghors it bad boon doomed necessary
to fall back on Warronton.
Latest roports of tho casualties at
Gras Pan show tho British losses to bo
108 mon. Thc Lanoors scorn to havo es
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pollots aro small,
sugar-coated granules; ngrouablo to toko.
Children liko them. If tho druggist
wants to sell you somo othor pilh; that
pay him bottor, just tliink of what pays
you. You will receive a samplo pack
ago freo if you will send your namo and
address to tho World's,Dispensary Medi
cal Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
A stock company with $12,000,000 capi
tal, has hcon organized for tho promo
tion of wirolosB telegraphy.
A Japaneso mord?ant has locatod in
Savannah, (in., for thepurpoRO of slop
ping cotton to Osaka, Japan,
In Knoxvillo, Tonn., a big trust has
boon formed-tho Carr, Stool and Iron
Company. Tho capital stock is $000,000.
Imperialism comos high. Our army
and navy aro now costing (050,000 a day,
with moro prospect of incroaso than of
H. H. Edmonds, editor of tho Manu
facturers' Record, says that'tho wages
paid to Southern factory hands amount
to $:!50,000,OO0 a year.
Sonator Mayfield will doutloss attend
tho coming sossion of tho Goneral As
sembly ano again press Iiis solution of
tho dispensary quostion.
Tho Clemson and Georgia School of
Technology foot ball teams will moot in
Greenville Thanksgiving day. Somo
lively kicking is looked for.
Tho Platt binding mill, Boston, Mass.,
was wrecked by a gas explosion last Sat
urday. Tho machinery, which was very
valuable, was dostroyed entirely. Loss,
Judge of Prohn to Cothran, of Green
wood county, died a couplo of weeks
ago, and, strange to say, thoro aro no ap
plicants for tho position made vacant by
A now cotton mill is to bo built at
I Pickons with a capital of $200,000. Work
is oxpectcd to begin in January. Krank
Hammond, of Greenville, is to bo l'rosi
dont and Treasurer.
Abbovillo will havo another cotton mill
noxt year." A. W. Smith, ono of tho
wealthiest men of tho town, is at tho
hoad of tho movomont. lt is proposod
to build a 10,000 spindle mill.
Heavy contracts for tho Kronoh and
Russian governments for froight cars
will probably bo placod in tho United
States. Tho French contract will roach
$'5,000,000, and that of tho Kassians prob
From Cleveland, Ohio, omanates tho
report that John K. McLoan will he a
candidato for vito piesidcnt. McLoan
will hoad tho Ohio delegation to tho
National Convention, and Goobel has
already promised tho support of Ken
Two carloads of ostriches arrived in
Jacksonville, Pla., last Saturday morn
ing from California. Tho ostrich farm
managers have made a groat success of
tho industry in that Stato. They havo
$50,000 invested and it is tho second larg
est ostrich farm in tho United Statos.
Walter Lcstor blow out tho brains of
his sweetheart, Martha Asher, at Hunts
ville, Tomi., last Saturday. Jealousy
was tho causo of his committing tho
dood. LoBtor was arrested and jailed.
Lynching was tlircatonod, but coolor
Senator Appclt's proposed solution of
tho dispensary quostion (published on
tho fourth pago of this issuo) appears to
bo not without friends. It is a broad
plan, and appeals to tho sentiment of
local solf-govornniont, which is its strong
A wrecking company, ongaged on tho
sunken Spanish vessels at Santiago, lias
rocovorcd $10,000 in gold coin from tho
Admiranto Oquondo. It is estimated
tliat tho valuo of all tho Btu if recovered
so far is about $500,000. Tho wrecking
company gets it all.
John L. Killin, a loading farmor of
London county, Tonn., was found dead
in his barn last Saturday. Ho had cut
Iiis throat and hanged himself. Ho had
hcon missing sinco carly Friday morning.
Ho had boon melancholy for several
weokB. Ho waB ono of tho woalthiest
mon in East Tonnessoo.
Ez-Prosident Harrison is ono of tho
busiest mon in tho United States to day,
and lie probably has tho largest inconio
of any lawyor in tho West, if not in tho
United Statos. According to reports ho
reooivod $260,000 from tho Vent.zulan
govornment for arguing the boundary
case, which was ono of tho largest fees
Wm. Miller and Cecil Leslio, of tho
Franklin Syndicate, Now York, were in
dicted hy tho grand jury of that city last
Friday ovoning. charged with conspiracy
to dofraud. Tlioy havo boon recoiving
immense sums of money in response to
circulars, promising IO por cont interest
weekly on all money deposited. They
skipped before warrants could bo served.
Before leaving thoy deposited a hundred
thousand dollars with tue German consul.
It is expected that Congress will give
Mrs. Hobart, widow of the lato vice
president, a full year's salary, tho
amount due for tho remainder of his
torin, which will amount to about ton
thousand dollars. Tho Republicans are
daisies! Hobart loft an estate valued at
$3.000,000, nod his lifo was insured for
1860.000. H Ben Tillman or John Mc?
Lau ri n oithor ono voto to pay this ten
thousand dol?ais they will bo "sweetly"
renumbered In 'Ooo.
The Rai?road $
OUR DRESS GOO]
is complota in ovory linc, mid is boil
stock must bo reduced.
A COMPLETE I.
Can lil yon In most anything you v
Hamilton & Brown Shoos-tlioy wi
A Pull Lil
Honesty is Hie Best Policy.
limiest goods, livery
Honest pri?es, and Hour
Honest dealings will Proves
.Surely bring success. It.
Tho last ?lays of tho nineteenth century show
nothing moro clearly.
Wo heliovo this fact, ami our words demon
strate our bollol". Our goods aro warranted to
ho exactly ns represented; that ls honest. Our
goods arc guaranteed to glvo satisfaction, that
ls honest. If any article ol'jewelry of our manu
facture docs not give perfect satisfaction, we
will refund thc money paid for tho ai tides; that,
too, is honest.
C. W. Pitchford Co.
havo a completo assortment of goods in store for
sale at prices that dofy competition. These
(roods aro mailo from rolled gold plate, gold
lilied, gold front, or solid gold stock, and are
warranted to give perfect f Uisfaction or tho
money will he refunded.
If this notice should reach any onejlvlng too
far from the C. W. l'ltchford Co.'a srore, or any
other customer of ours, to penult their purchas
ing these goods from our customers, wo will soil
thc goods at retail to such persons, under tho
same warranty, and deliver hy mall. Wo will
also send printed instructions nfl to tho caro of
jewelry, how to clean lt, etc., on application.
W. F. "air. Co., Eastern Factory,
Corner of Krlontlshhi and Eddy Streets,
1'rovldenoe, Kinnie Island.
Western Factory (Largest Jewelry Kactory in
the World), under process of construction at
?Cast Iowa City, Iowa. Over 02,000 feet of door
This special day is sot apart for tho
purposo of showing our gratitudo to an
All-Wiso Creator for his goodnons. Tho
thought comos to us in considering it
that wo ought to appreciate tho fact that
wo livo under a Christian government
and in a land whore God is recognized as
tho Kider of rulors.
How should wo show our regard for
Thanksgiving ? Not alono by enjoying
ourselves, certainly. This is solllsh.
Thoro may bo some around you who aro
not so pleasantly situated as you aro.
You can show your gratitudo by making
thom happier, oven though it bo only
by a kind word or act. Every poison
luiH tho chanco to do tins. Do not over
Thoro is ono otlior thing to romcmbor :
You should bo thankful all tho time, and
not only on ono day, for tho blessings
you on joy, for tho Creator, who notices
ovon tho sparrow's fall, is continually
yearning ovor you. To bo grateful only
ono day in tliroo hundred and sixty-livo
is too slight a recognition of His unwea
May God continuo His blessings and
koop us humble, "Lost wo forgot, lost wo
forgot I"-YVookly Visitor.
it's wonderful how much health has
to do witli married happiness. .Sickness
affects tho tompor. You can't ho happy
nor mulct! otliors happy if you're ailing.
Wlion you find yoursolf irritable, easily
worried, hoginning to "run-down" it's
booauso your blood is getting poor. You
need rlolior blood and moro of it. Your
blood-making organs nood to bo vitalized
by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery. It imparts now power to produco
an abundance of healthy, rod corpuscles,
and gives you n frosh supply of puro rich
blood, lt's a blood-creator; it is for any
ono whoso blood is impuro or in a poor,
"run-down" condition. It prevents tho
germs of disonso from getting a hold on
your system. Even after disoaso is set
tled on you, it is drivon out by the blood
eroating properties of tho ''Discovery."
It is a perfect euro for general and nerv
ous debility, catarrh, malaria, eczema,
erysipelas, scrofula and ovory form of
hlood-disoaso. It Isn'toallod a consump
tion-euro, but ovon cnn MI m pl inn-which
lias its roots in tho blood-is driven out
by tho "Gobion Modical Discovery" if
takon in timo. Tho "Discovery" is tho
proscription of ono of tho most ominont
physicians and medical writers in this
A company with unlimited oapital and
'?00,000 water powor, at Gttawa, Canada,
bas boon organized to fight tho Ameri
can papor trust. Ifs plant will cost
(600,000 and it will make 000 tons of
papor a day.
aits, . . J $2.5C
nits, . . . 3.5C
uits, . . . 5.0C
uits, . . . 6.0C
uits, . . "'.. 7.o<
Seen Like Thei
ng slaughtered nt half prico. Thia
J NE OF SHOES.
i nt at a very low price. Try our
?ar like iron.
comos to Coffee, others may s
9 you os much and MORE for a
you 12 pounds for 1.00 that ?
. . . TAKES THE WRINKLE!
re of Crockery, Sto'
E POOR MAN'S FI
A ? .v Lot of Hoys' Cloth
ing, just opouod, at loss than Karly
Wo can show you a Clean,
Nico Suit for 75c., $1 and $1.25 and
so on to $3.50.
Also Mon's $10 Sluts for
"THE LATE HIRD
...GETS THE WORM."
Now lot of Flannels--121 to
? 20 cents por yard.
Just in-Flannollots and Out
ings, fi to I Oe. All now stylos.
Soo ?orno now plaid Dross
floods, for Children, at 12} couts
Just recoivod a lot of Old
Ladies' Flannel Lined Shoos at $1
If you havo not tried our
"Spray" Flour, at $4, do so. lt
can't ho heat. It will inako your
Christmas cake-and no mistake.
Our Cof?co, at $1 a peck,
heats Hmm all. Ono customer
tried it and bought a sack.
Como often and visit our
stores. Wo havo many good tilings
for you. All goods have advanced,
but wo will bold, our part of thom
down as long as wo can.
Visit us, and, when wo please
you, toll others; when wo don't,
SENECA, S. C.
Dy are Bargains of a Lifetime.
TI Before at the Prices!
TWO BIG CA II LOADS OF FURNITURE
to como in this wook. My prices mo less than anywhero olso. If you
don't seo my line it will 008t you monoy.
A FULL J.INK OF CASKETS, COFFINS AND HORES.
Ordors filled day or night. If you need anything in this lino don't
hesitato to send mo your, order, UB I can fill it at a vory low price.
ell it by the bushel -or the peck, but I
dime or a dollar as any of them, and
lids digestion, purlflo? the breath and
5 OUT OF YOUR FACE.
TED SUGAR FOR ONE DOLLAR
ves, Hats, Valises and Trunks
r CUT PRICES.
ILEND, SENECA, S. C.
READY FOR BUS!N ESS !
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, direct from Now York, ono of tho largest and
most variod stocks of goods wo havo ovor had, and aro doing business at the
Isamo old stand. Wo havo EVERYTHING YOU NEED OR WANT, from a
Mnebino Noodlo to a Disc Plow.
TIlG L.c\C??6S 0Bl)0cmlly requested to como in and oxamino and prico our
i i, Henriettas, Cashmeres, Sorgos, Plaids, Porcnlos, Outings aud
othor Dross Goods boforo buying olsowhoro.
Wo havo tho latest and most up-to-dato NECKWEAR for ladies and gentle
men. Our TIES aro porfcot beauties. Como and soo thom.
Wo havo tho best and choapost lot of MEN'S and ROYS' CLOTHING we
havo ovor had, and you can savo monoy by buying from us.
ShOCS 1 SHOES 1 SHOES!-Tim timo of year has como whoa ovorybody bas
' to havo Shoos, and wo aro prepared to suit and lit ovorybody. Com?
and seo dur new lino of HOUSE SLIPPERS for mon and women. Beauty. Com
fort and Durability aro combined in (hom.
Don't forgot that ItOXANK FLOUR is tho host on tho market Try it and
you will find it so.
Wo appreciate and want your patronage, and aro determined to havo it if low
prices and good quality can BOeure it.
WE SELL THE FAMOUS lt ?fe G CORSETS-THE VERY REST.
It is a plcasuro to BIIOW our goods. Givo us a call.
OABVER ?fe C3?
War in tho Philippinen About Fndod.
Con. Otis has summarized tho situa
tion in Luzon in a dispatch to tho war
dopartmont, in whioh ho says tho insur
I gout government can no longer claim to
exist. Its troops and oflloials aro scat
torod and Aguinaldo is in hiding.
Rantiota. Prcsidont of tho Filipino
Congress, has presented himself to Gen.
McArthnr and formally ronouncod all
furthor connection with tho insurrection.
Ho now nnnouncos bis dosiro to acoopt a
position under tho Unitod States govorn
mont and says tho Filipino Congross and
eabinot aro scattered, novor to roassom
Rantiota has cntorcd Panique, exhibit
ing a pass from Glon. Otis, dated last
April, signed by Liout. StovoiiB, aid do
camp. Rantiota .vants to go to Manilla
to accopt a placo oti tho Supromo Court
Pouch, offered him oarlior. Ho says
Mabibi, Filipino minister of foreign af
fairs, caused rcsistanco to tho Ameri
cans. Ho lias a soli?me for tho lib?ra
tion of tho Malay raco from tlioso who
govorn thom. Filipino supplies aro now
going forward rapidly.
Tho Stato will make over OOO bales of
cotton on its farms this yoar.
ALL PERSONS aro horoby notiAod not
. to trespass upon any of tho Norton
lands by limiting, llshing, cutting tim
ber, or in any manner whatever, aa tres
passers will bo dealt with according to
law. S. L. RICHARDSON.
Nov. 16, 1800. 40-40
J. H. DARBY
Puro Drugs, Medicines, Druggists' Sun
dries, Toilot and Fancy Artiolos, Per
fumery, Toilot SoapB, Statlonory, eto.
. ..ALWAYS ON HAND....
Administrator's Sale of Personalty.
i GB GI P
I> E IV T 1ST,
Walhalla, S. C.
Oilico two Doors East of Bank,
HOURS : 8.iio A. M, TO 1 p. M. A??H 2 TO.fl
March 2?. 1808.
OFFICE BAYS : MONDAYS, FRIDAYS
TVTOTICE i* hereby given that 1 will
JL> soil, to tho highest biddor, at public
auction, on tho farm of Mrs. E. P.
Lowery, at Adams' Crossing, on SATUR
DAY, tho Otb day of Docombor, 1800, at
ll A. M., tho following desoribod Per
sonal Froporty, bolong!ng to tho ostato
of William A. Lowery, docoaaod, to-wit:
Ono 12-Horso Tazior Steam Engino,
Ono 80-Saw Pratt Gin, Condenser and
Ono Steam Cotton Pross and Packer,
lot of Lino Shafts, Pulloys, holts, Ac,
Two Corn Mills,
Ono Pair Platform Soalos,
Ono Pair Fairbanks Cotton Scales,
Two 2-llorso Wagons,
Lot of Farming Tools, Hoes, Plows,
Cultivators, Harness, ?fcc,
uno Molasses Mill and Evaporator,
Lot of Whoat,
Othor artiolos of Personalty too nume
rous to montion.
On tho samo day at ono o'clock in tho
afternoon, at tho crib, on tho W. A.
Lowery farm on Seneca River, I will soil,
to tho highest biddor. at publie auct ion,
Niuo Hundred Bushols of Corn in tho
Eight Thousand Rundios of Fodder,
Lot of Hay,
One Snlkoy Cultivator,
Farming Implements, ?feo.
TERMS : Cash.
R. T. JAYNE?,
Novomber 22, 1800. 47-40