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THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
londenped Accout of Important Evexts
From All Over the Wei-ld.
Through the South.
All of the saloons in Jacksonville,
F14., run in full blast on Sundays.
The Jaokson 'lle, Fla., market is
now well supplied with fine fat oysters.
The negroes have organized a Society
for the PreventionA of Crime in Jack
Dr. John S. Linton, the oldest resi
dent of Athens, Ga., is eid. He was
just 83 years old.
The Statesville (N. C.) cotton mills
have all their new spindles in position
and are in full operation.
Senator Marion Butler says he will
attend the non-partisan silver conven
tion to be held at Raleigh Sept. 25.
The negroes are rapidly collecting
their special exhibits from North Caro
lina and shipping them to Atlanta.
The work of constructing the tele
phone line from Dawson to Albany and
Americus, three Georgia towns, has
The Times-Enterprise, of Thomas
ville, Ga., has bought out the plant of
Thb Advertiser, and that paper has
Pretty positive assurances are given
that the temperance party is arranging
to put a ticket in the field in the next
North Carolina campaign.
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew, com
prising 1,300 chapters, will hold its an
nual qational convention at Louisville,
Ky., Sept. 25 t6 29 inclusive.
W, A. Morgan, a well known trav
qU* I ' was fond dead in his bed
atTh haU Hogse, in Xilledgeville,
Ga.. day mol-ning at 5 o'clock.
It is rep9rted that John L. McLaurin,
of Sou arolina, will, after his pres
ent ter&a in congress ends, remove to
New York. to practice his profession,
In accordance with Leviticus xxiii
Io Jews will celebrate the begin
g 9 their ZTew yar on the evening
Of SetL 18. It will begin the year
Franik Harmon, a desperate negro
murderer, escap from jail at Ogle
throe Ga., day while Deputy
Sh9*lf Gilmore was feeding the pris
One of t4e most interesting exhibits
to be made in te Georgia state build
wil be the ndian relics of D. B.
o ugs ta. It is the finest col
ltion the country.
After an. I tbe saloons go out of
Grif, Ga, but until that time they
will stay open elery night until 12
o'cl1o The city council of Griffin so
decided at a recent meeting.
Pat Carnes, of Cave - , Ga., is
4#4, and his wife is ill from
dinldug milk poisoned by the germs of
typhoid feier. The milk was kept in a
-damp oellar, which poisoned it.
Marion Butler, as ex-chairman of the
executiv& co '-ttee of the North Caro
lina Farmers' liance has turned over
to %ecretary Barnes the bonds of all
the offiers of the new committees.
Two solid trains of palace horse cars
filled with the finest western thorough
breds will arrive in Macon within the
exb two weeks. They will form one
of the attractions at the fall racing
An 'dent caused the death of
tepbenson, at Bowling Green,
dea4day. Te was killed by a
4ao i' 1 tranyway' lunning over
ebeing engineer of the dummy
e(rmsan Shoe company's plant,
to be remioved from Louis
,~e 46. oroe, *a,, q so heavily
encubred with indebtedness that it
cannot be removed, attachments hav
ing beezi Issued against it
JuT~ipl grvshas accepted an
- iuat~o~tod~Wetthe principal ad
dre~~t ann~ldinner of the M1er
dhants' cln of Bst6h, Oct. 17. This
is the orgaiation before which Henry
W. Grady spoke and won much fame.
The Griffan (Ga) News says: A party
of about 20 pepe with covered wag
onssed hough the city fromsouth
west Michigan to Marion county, Fla.,
where they will settle. They left there
on June 7 and have had good health on
The reports of insufficient food a~d
other acotniodations during the dedi
cation of the Chicamauga and Chrat;a
~o a d the Natiopal park is denied.
erT~re )?par on has been made
a hrare Saifactory ahd ample
accommodations for all.
Another accident occurred at Louis
lsville, boasioned by the grand armny
encatnpment, a gr~datand, lldwith
spc at tln the pyoehic dis
laf Thuraqy night, falling and In
juring over I00 persons. No deaths
have resulted, but many are seriously
Mrs. Rhea, living near Osceola, Ark.,
was murdered and robbed by two ne
groes th t were working on her farm.
Oeof te negroes, named Caldwell,
was caught and confessed, implicating
thi ohe also. A mob hanged him to a
ibatd at once started in search of
the othel- miscreant.
At Atlanta, while crossing the
Ehodes street trestle of the Southern
railway shout noon Thursday, George
and Kate Adams, aged respectively 10
ang B yr, were run over by a run
away 61car. The boy was instantly
killed, hit head being cut in half. The
girl was fatally Iijated.
jFerry McKenzie, of Longley, S. C.
w rgh6*and killed by a train in
A~*~p~9-a, ~ sday. McKenzie
lit Alsta ad ~ot uder the in
fiuehee of lqor and while oui his way
acroS$ the raload bridge of the South
Caro a aid Georgia railroad he was
overtakeliby a train and crushed to
H. H. McCreary, editor of the Gains
ville (Fia.) Sun, while passing through
Palatka a few days ago, was arrestet
and placed under a bond of $1,000 upon
a charge of criminal libel, his paper
having published some unfavorable~
comments upon the umpiring of a game
of baseball by Dr. Steiner of the latter
Mrs. Thomas Montgomery and her
son. Harry Wilson, of Floyd county,
Ga., have been charged by the coro
ner's jury with the murder of Thomas
Montgomery, who was stabbed several
times by the young man, while Mrs.
Montgomery Is said to have held her
husband's arms and prevented his pro
The Jacksonville, Fla.,* board of trade
dopted resolutions declaring that the
inehas come for the United States
overnment to recognize the Cuban
, volutionists as belligerents and re
questing the Florida senators and rep
resentatives so use every means to
bring about such recognition as soon as
possible after the assembling of con
Wednesday morning, at Louisville,
Ky., a horrible accident occurred, re
suiting in the death of six members of
the Louisville Legion of state troops.
The First Kentuckcy artillery was fir
ing a salute upon the occasion of the
G. A. R. parade, when a caison explo
ded. Two of the bodies were blown
over housetops. Several others were
Adjutant General Norton, of New
Orleans, by order of General Gordon,
commanding United Confederate vet
erans, has issued a general order an
nouncing that the executive committee
of the Cotton States and International
exposition at Atiantit has set apart Sat
urday,. Sept.. r1, as Blue and G-ay day,
and all ex-confedecrate vet'erats are cor
dially invited to be present in attend
ance on that day.
LEVI BROTHERS SU.MTElt, S. C. LEVI BROTIIERS
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LEVI 1;lOr1IElRS SVITEr, S. C., Sept. 10, 195. LEVI BROTHERS
LEVI BR.OT11ElIS Ni:. Loris Aim:r, E-lit.)r the Man- LEVI BROTHElRS
LEVI IDROTIIERS ning Tiies: LEVI DIROTHERS
LEVI BROIHERS Kindly a::nounce to the. peop!e of LEVI BROTHERS
LEVI BROTHEIS Clareitlon Cat we are epening up a LEVI BRIOTHERS
LEVI BR)THELS large stoek of good', bought with an LEVI BROTHERS
LEVI BROTHERS eye'single to the bright prospects of LEVI lAROTHERS
LEVI BrOTIIERS the country. LEVI DROTHERS
LEVI BROTHERS We were nt-er in bettfr shape to do LEVI BROTHERS
LEVI BROTHERS business, and our friends can feel as- LEVI B11OTHERS
LEVI BROTHERS sured of finding with us everything LEVI BROTHERS
LEVI BROTHERS that can be found in any first-class LEVI BRZOTHERS
LEVI BRoTHERS store. LEVI BROTHERS
LEVI BROTHERS Already our firm has won the reputa- LEVI B1ROTHERlS
LEVI BROTIIElRS tion of paying more for cotton than LEVI BROTHERS
LEVI BROTHERS any other in Sminter, and we propose LEVI BROTHERS
LEVI BROTHERS to maintain that reputation regardless LEVI BlOTzHERS
LEVI BROTHEIS of consequenice. LEVI BR1OTHERS
LEVI BROTHERS 'Now, we wish to extend a cordial in- LEVI BlROTHERS
LEVI BROTHElS vitation to the people of Clarendon. LEVI BROTHERS
LEVI BROTHERS who have always stood by us, to make LEVI BROTHERS
LEVI BROTIIERS our store their headquarters when they LEVI 111,OTHElS
TEVI BR11 HElS come to town. LEVI BROTHERS
LEVI BR.OTHERS As soon as we c..n LZet our stock LEVI BROTHERS
LEVI BROTHERS opened up we will have more to say LEVI .BROTHERS
LEVI BROTHERS through your valuable coluns. LEVI BROTHERS
LEVI B1OTHERS Yours truly, LEVI BlROfHEltS
LEVI.BROTHERS Levi 3rothers. LEVI BROTHERS
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LEVI BROTHERS SUMTER, S. C. LEVI BROTHERS
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At Quincy, Fla., Sheriff Chester and prsnetohegenmtcmite
eputy Sheriff Warren chased a negroofteSckEhngaaisJhnB
thief into the home of Jason Gunn, Mnig n fte r utie
nother negro. Gunn refused to admit te ilrsl nhseplinfo
th6 officers. Warren turned to go forthecaneHeiacudofrmv
ssistance, when Gunn thrust a shot-in itchmalteedosetsn
'un through a window and fired, the tebcso ieMsor aii i~
harge striking Warren in the backmotaebnsothfcevlef
nd inflicting a mortal wound. Gunn $,0 ahadsligte o cen
led, but was pursued and captured bybadoiotewrsrgnl
heriff Chester and lodged in jail hero. bns ihu n noeet tal
NesFrom the North.tweDeedradakreIIfr
Over 1,000 knee pants makers struck teAeiascpwssdel ruh
in New York for a renewal of the old' oacoeb h ihrwlo h
geement, thereby closing 70 establish-EnlsbatVayrebyison,
Mrs. Clara Mearthus, the first woman asofdstiaconnthprto
o make the jump from the Brooklyn teEgihagoigoto h
ridge, was fined $5.00, which was mne nwihvsescnann
Tom Winder, the cyclist, who is tour- i eeal ocddta h nls
ing the United States, arrived in Bos-veslwhovrnmacfrte
ten Sunday, one and a half days aheadAmrcnyht
of schedule time.
Young Democrats of Niagara FallsFo h 1et
. Y.. organized the William C. Whit:- moiKr. a nue 5,0
ey club and declared themselves forbyasomwihpseovrtect
he ex-secretary for president.Sudy
At the meeting of the Old-Time Tel- TeClmuSnuk n ok
graphers and Historical association inigrarodwsolSauayfr$
ew York, Pittsburg, Pa., was selected tO00a oubs .I a i f
for the next convention on the second b .W urni eafo h od
ednesday in September, 18496. hles omteD .Htho
Rev. Dr. Wakefield, the oldest Meth- ubs
dist p reacher in the world, and author
f "Wakefield's Theology," has just Na uuuI. ieproswr
ied at his home near Pittsburg, Pa., w o ntn dahad he n
ged 96. He had been a Mason 75 years:.ue ya xloino yaie
E. P. Baker of Chicago and Miss I Ciao stersl fafml
crader of Elmira, N. Y., were mar- qarl oi ofa hthswf
ed a few days ago in the latter city,.n etable it i w rat
heir acquaintance and marriage was IBt ilde
rought about, they both declare, Fieproswekledadadz:
trough theosophy. ijrd ensa.i olso e
Eddie Thayer, 7 years old, is in jailtwepasnrtaisothGet
t Jackson, Mich., upon a charge of Nrhrtrira erMly in
orse theft. This is not his first of- Teewr 5pol uti h
fence, and he says the sheriff would weko h assCtFr ct
ot have caught him this time if he adMmhspsegrtanna
ad not missed the road. Mn~uhafwdy gsvrls
In Brooklyn, N. Y., the will of Susan usy
. Talmage, wife of Rev. Dr. Talmage, A lnoIl. ereCpig
as been admitted to probate. The iso i ietie hnfr' aa
roperty is valued at $100,00'0, and goes ble thsha.Tewf a pr
o Dr. Talmage. The sum, it is said, e ytescn ultsrkn e
rpesents Dr. Talmage's earnings as acosttel
turer. A oea a. he fPlc
A young woman went hugging in Wlesnarse .M~etro
arlem a few nights ago and it is esti- DyoTn. h swne o e
mated that sho embraced about 20 menfruigJhH.Aiteojas
in as many minutes before being inter-ton .Yutf$,0.Mch
ered with by the police Of course, tr'algdciei h eln fpt
avestigation revealed the fact that the etrgt n oktn h rces
oor creature was crazy. Ms lact irra fOaa
A week ago J. J. Mott, aged 20, rode hsjs ido osmto n e
bicycle a long distance and was rup-phscasysheautitfo
ired. Then peritonitis set in. The hnln ok hc a nte h
hysicians could do nothing for him bclu ueclss hc o hr
ecause he was an inveterate cigarette truhbigra yprosa~ce
moker and death resulted. His homewihtedeaeprosinsr,
as at Bridgeport, Conn. wocuhdcnupinit h
Independence hall will be the perma-opnbksathyrdtem
ent depository of all the books. rec- ACfevle a. pca as
rds and relics of the Grand Army ofmaantwchlewosnms
he Republic. Past Commander Wag- r nnwwresetaa hl
ter, of Pennsylvania, offered this fa-atepigocrsthVrdgsrvr
nous old building in the name of the neraaaLTStdynds
eople of Philadelphia at the encamp-erlsiardthaerpoedfmte
nt at Louisville and it was accepted. trioy ot.TeSnaF o
A representative from the B.aldwintrithohSaudyfrtefrs
Locomotive works, at Philadelphia, tm ic ensaSp.4
,ith an expert electrician from the AtarooexJugPinhs
Westinghouse company, together withrasdapclrlwpouinteis
Sir Henry Tyler, ex-president of thetrccotheeadheeisnhs
rand Trunk railway, have gone to cetdasnain h usinrie
eru. where, it is said, a test of the vsoefuur.Pieaandth
ossibility and feasibility of tho electricplattantialbkisotibe
ocomotive is to b, made upon a rail,-otepnliso h aso h tt
rad 15,000O feet above the sea level,. fIwteeoe ititcuto
District Attorney Follows decided to tesaehdn uidcin ug
eaest the governor to order a special iodstandhebjco.
er ftecourt o or and terminer
f New York city, to be convened Sept. Fr~ esNts
G, to, try the cases of police officers MueAdlAisla fMrco
nier indcctment. These trials, it is
xpcted, will consume several months. i yn eiul l tFz
h're are 20 men to answer charges of ThSanrdOlcmnyasp
ribery and collusion in the protection cae tg uniyo erlu
I o huss f il eptean oterreors.ann, and if theyiaresstie
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
William F. B, HaynsworthI
and B. Pressley Barron, as I Summons
Qualified Executors of the I for
Last Will and Testament I Relief.
of Samuel C. C. Richard
son, deceased, Plaintiffs, (Complaint
Charles A. Porter, Defend- served.)
To the Defendant Above-Named:
Y OU ..RE HEREBY SUMMONED AND
required to answer the complaint in
this action, which was filed in the office of
the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas
for the said co-inty on the twenty-seventh
day of August, A. D. 1895, and to serve a
copy of your answer to the said complaint
on the subscriber, B. Pres-iley Barron, at
his office, in the Town of Manning, in
said county and State, within twenty days
after the service hereof, exclusive of the day
of said service ; and if you fail to answer
the complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this action will apply to the
Ciurt for the relief demanded in the com
Dated 27th August, A. D. 1895.
HAYNwonRTH & BRxNswonTH,
B. Pi:EqsLEY BARLON,
To Charles A. Porter:
Take notice that the complaint herein
was filed in the office of the Clerk of the
Court of Comm, n Pleas for said county on
the 27th day of August, 1895.
HAYNswOLTH & HAYNsWOnRM,
B. PRESsLEY BAnnoN,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
S. P. Brockinton, Plaintiff,
John McIntosh, James McIntosh, Mary
McIntosh, Engene McIntosh, Annie
McIntosh, Martha McIntosh, Henry Mc
Intosh, David McIntosh, Duncan McIn
tosh, and 1%. P. McIntosh ; the first nine
named the minor children, the last
named the wife, of W. H. McIntosh, de
.Judgment for Foreclosure and Sale.
_ TNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
judgment order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above-stated action, to
me directed, bearing date June 6. 1895, 1
will sell at public anction, to the highest
bidder for cash, at Clarendon Court House,
at Manning, in said County, within the le
gal hours for judicial sales, on Monday, the
7th day of October, 1895, being salesday,
the following described real estate:
"All that tract of land, lying and situated
in Clarendon, on waters of Black River,
containing one hundred and thirty-one
(131) acres, more or less, -bounded on the
north by B. G. Pierson's land, south by L
D. Player's land, cast by J. J. Reddin's or
Mrs. B. W. Evans' land, and west by John
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. J. BnADMAM,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., Sept. 10th, 1895.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
R. 0. Pardy and W. C. Davis, Plaintiff;,
Victoria Brock, Defendant.
.Judgment for Forechosure and Fale.
JNDE AN BYVIRTUE OF A
mon Pleas, in the above stated action, to
me directed, bearing date March 1st, 3895,
I will sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder for cash, at Clarendon court honse,
at Mannin, in said county, within the
legal hours for judicial sales, on Monday,
the 7th day of October, 1895. b-ing salcs
day, the following described real estate:
All that ce? tain tract or parcel of land,
situ;tedl in said Counity aind Stat', coetain
ing tw'-ity and o .e-fonrth (20.3) atcres,
more or less, and bonnded as follows: on
the north by ..he public highway knmo Ain as
the Georgetow'n road, on the east by the
lands of .\o':es I.evi, on the south by lands
of D., M. Bradham formerly of D). J. Brad
ham, and on the west by lands of E. M.
PureLaser to pay for papers.
D. J. BnlAonax,
Sheruff Clarendon County
Manning. S. C., Sept. 10th, 1895.
STATE Of SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENOON.
Notice of Sale of Delinquent Land f'or
NTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THIA
jby several executions to me dir~cted
by S. J. Bowman, Treasurer for Claren don
County, I will sell at public outcry, at the
Court House in Manning, on sale-sday in
0 -tober, nert, being the 7th day of the
month, the following traicts <.f real estade
with the buildings thereon, levied upon
and to be sold at the suit t the State for
taxes for '93--'94
200 acres of land assessed in namne of
S. E. Brock, adjoining lands of Margarett
Holaday and othiers.
296 acre-s of' hind asse sed in name of
S. E. Gee, adjoining lands of liolladay,
Youans, et a!.
Purchasers to pay for papers.
D. J. Br.ADUuni,
Sherif' Claren don County.
Manning, S. C.. Sept. 10, 1893.
NTISEPTIC HEALING OIL
F'or Barb Wire Cuts, Scratches,
Saddle and Collar Galls, Cracked Heel
Burns, Old Sores, Cuts, Boils, Bruises,
Piles and all kinds of infiammation on
n:n or beast. Cures Itch and Mange.
TM Ser, Cat esr2 u 1lne att ler site? tMe cD
Ise prepared for accidents by keeping iC inlyou
-euse orstable. All Druggistssell it on a guaran.tee
SCure, No Pay. Price a5 cts. and Sr.oo. If your
Drugist does not keep it send us ::5 cts. in' pos
ae stamps and we will send it to you by :aai 1,
De'~ tSir: I havre urd Pu,t,.r'u Anthepic ieutrag 01:
1:aIa md sad die Galls.Scratch'' and arhb w ire~ Cut i
.i ::tec satisfaction. r.'. I heartily recommem:,d it to
Liv:ry and Stoch nn.gN LerrdYc sb.
*-:e e elim.-I .:~~ a~~n~awdkYI
a,.rid after tryiani a c:rrr~~& I vin ud y'
:d the first app.icatio~ s r av * i.: ,d a an-'d.
a la lhe best rernedy for thie jur;,u..e i..t 1
Paria, Tenni.. Ja nna~rv :s. 1M'4
PARIS MEDIN.E C3
For sale by P. B. Loryea, the Druggist,
Manning, S. C.
Gr vs.'s Ts;teless Chill 'Tonic is a perfect
\ala:- ial Liver tonic and Blood purifier.
Removes bitIionsnless without purging. As
pleasant .s I.cemon Syrup. It is as large
us an'; dollar tonic and retails for 50) cents.
To a t the genuinie ask for Gruye's. Sold
on its merits; No) cure. n:o pay. 1mr sale
ory-ca, t1:e Drnurgist.
Luges1 D ep ar blI Siev in MIh Siale
Are constantly in the
market, and we are
daily receiving the
of Foreign and
THE TIME HAS COME WHEN YOU
Most think about Fa!l and Winter Goods.
We want you to connect these thotghts with onr
Stock and Store.
OUR PREPARATIONS FOR FALL
Business have been made on a very generons scale.
With a view of offering buyers the utmost latitude of choice
in styles and prices,
WE NOW sUBMIT oun SToCK,
which reoresents our taste and judgment, to the critical test
of public opinion, and hope to hear your voice in the
WE LAY SPECIAL STRESS
Upon the good quality of our goods, as we aim to keep
the bett of every grade and kind.
WE CAN RECOMMEND OUR STOCK THIS SEASON
with that earnestness and candor that only comes from a positive
knowledge that it is above criticism in quality and style.
Equally desirable goods will not
be duplicated elsewhere during
the season at our prices.
WE RESPECTFULLY ASK
An examination of our goods. We shall not importune
any one to buy, feeling sure that if our stock will not
make buyerz, nothing we can say will win customers.
We hope that it will be
as much pleasure for Mail orders will
you to see us as for receive prompt attention.
us to show goods.
J. RYTTENIBER9 & SONS9
N. WV. Corner Main and Liberty Streets,
SUMTER, S. C,
Ne~w York office :192 We~st ]hoadway.
-- -STR AIGH T BUSINESS"
Comek and See Us and Let's Taik Straight Bmusineses :
We han ulne of the largest stock of goods ever brought to this
town:, andi they were bou:t to sell.
Give you s''me"thing to eat'? Then you hit us at our stronzgest
point. But it is imp1ossible to try to tell :you here what wve have,
but you wvill fid everything, fromn at soda cracker to barrel of
molasses in our grociery departmnt.
Everytlhiu2 fresh and~ of the very best quality.
" White Dove " Brand Hams,
"Gold Medal" Flour,
and Fine Coflees
Arc our pets.
Our line of tobaccos and eigars is complete.
Ladies, Your Attention !
Dress goods in
In fact, we can furnish you any goods you need.
Dry goods have gone tip sinc we bought, but we will give our
customuers the benefit of our early purchases.
Ribbons, laces, trimmwingr and buttons and gloves inl large
Our Gent's Furnishing Goods
Department is full. Ready-made clothing to lit anybody's back
and pocket-book. Large line of pant goods in bolt.
How about Shioes?
Now you are talkin~g. If we can't lit andl please you in foohvwear
you wvill have to go barefooted. We've got 'emi.
Crops are good ?
All right. Then you will want bagging and ties. We have au
warehouse full and will muake prices right. They umst be sold.
Want to Sell Your Cotton andl Cotton Seed?1
Our scales are at the back door, and we will give you the top
flgure.' Haveu't timue to wiite more, bumt want to see you before
you s'ell your cotton or buy your goods.
J. W.n McLEOD.
HUNTING'S RAILROAD SHOWS!
CIRCUS, MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE
--WILL EXHIBIT AT
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2O7NS
No Oher igSow oming
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E- Db f1 IMml nvsmns
pq tZ 0
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