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rher -'1. IBal1 o ek, lreit ,f theI
lhtk , M.nufaturing e nany tW
D:! t n, Ga.. shot hiisetf throu ' 'h the
heart. iyig istantly. Th- tra .,1yv
cured in ills oilice and was n1"t wit
nessedN~ hy anyv (lo. Grravoe d11ubt, exist
as t >whethor the de-d was suici-hd or
accienta. a ncaus s know' nh the
A -i' imh'asin latvin g'i abiroad
conernii"t th* dur::ti f the Atlanta
eXn 'siti n, Preidlnt C ller has given
ou't the fvllowuig statement: "To the 1
Public-I wish to correct an .erroneous
impression that- the expositioi will be
ex Ind beyond the present year. It
CL se inlly and forever on Dec. 31. and t
but f ur weeks remain to see the model
expos-iin of the century."
In R -beson county N. C., Angu Ar
chi' Uravboy shoit and killed Mal
Strong. his istress. B th are Crtatan
Indians. H., suspected ier of Ieig Un
faithful and pesualed her to accom
pamv him - slhrt distance from the
h*sie and si, t he r in the ,temple. He
t-ld somw of his frields what lie had
dine anid inuchatcly left for South
Car lina. He was puirsued and shut,
Contr:tetor W. J. Allsop. wlisc head
quarters are at Starke's ferry, oi the
UcklaNvaha river in Fli' -, repo rts
that the whites have fm ein orga'ni
zatioin and are driving all the negroes
away. Some time.ago Alls p importgl
negroes to cut ties. These were driven
away. three being 'killed. Last week
moi re negroes weie brought in and they,
too were driven away, two being shot.
Allsop snys the negroes are terrrizd.
What may be the first step in the long
desired lid much labord -for'nion Zif
the northern and southern Baptist
churches was taken by the Baptist coi
vention iii Greenville. S. C. The body <
vlote unmi luly, ;zto ooeaewt
the .iieriran .a:iisjt Hm in iisi n s'-<
i lithe hoi lmi sisim bard i f the
Southern Diptist conv1ti1n and the
colred Bapltist coinventiol of this state
In missinary work aamng the liegres
of the state.
R ibert Jainsen. 30 years old, an em- 1
plaoe of the Monumental Chemical
woiks at Fairfield. Anne Arundel coun
t d, Md., mt a horrible death SundaV.
lie was making s--me repairs to ma- -
chinerv. whlen lie fell 60 fett into a vat
fi.ld ovi nitric acid. He crawled out
of th ptacie and fell ui iu
it. His clothing and chunks of
flesh drpnie i from his hvdy when the
unf'rtunare m1an was picked up by fel
low workmen. Death followed in a few
minutes. Jansen came here six months
ago from Gustrow, Germany.
North, East, West and Foreign News.
The senate has confirm'd Matt W.
Ransom as minister to Mexico.
An international subscription is about
to be opened for a monument to the
late M: Pasteur.
According to the latest advices from 1
Calsare.. Asia Minor. GO Armonians are <
known to have beern killed in the mas
sacre there on Nov. 30.
Anthracite coal freight rates from the
mines to Chicago and other western
points, have been ordered adranced 50
cents per ton to take effect Jan 6.
Cardinal Ignazio Periseo. prefect of f
the coigzregation of iiidulgeiees and sa- i
cred relivs. is dead. He was born in 1
Italy in 1S23 and was created a cardinal s
The president has nominated Rufus t
V. Pe-kham of New York, to be asso- I
ciate justice of the, United States su
premne court to succeed the late Howell i
E. Jackson of Tennessee.
Inability to pay its men has -caused
the East Chicago Iron and Steel. comn
riant, wich operaltes a rolling mill, tc
shut down itsb works. Six hundred men
are thrown out of employment..
The dead bodyv of James M1. Hurd, a
carpenter of Bedford, Me., was found
in his hed at his home. His throat had1
been ent. T1he dea'd mant''s boy has been
arrested charned with t he ermine. ..
Ex-Governm '-r Campb'll of Ohio says
Gr* w-r Cievoland has not the slightest
ida of accepting a nomtiiit1onl for the1
presidency should it .be offered te hi-r
by the Democratic part- in 1893. . .
Ecuadorian emigrants at Pasto, depart
ment of Cauca, have publicly organized1
an army to invade Ecuador for. the pur
pose of overthrowving the recently estab:
lished government of President. Alfaro,
Andrew T. Bates. formnerly associated
with Evanrts, Chioate & Beamuan, the
law firm of New York. and afterwards
an instructor of Greek in Harvard cil
ege, has just dLi at Santa Barbara,
The Chicago World's Fair medals will
bie delivred by the fifteenth- inst
They vwill be kept until the World's
Fair diplomas are ready and- L'oth will
be delivered at the same time. The fair
closed Nov. 30, 189-3.
Captain D. W. Wood, a lifelong friend
of Senator John' Sherman, is authority
for the stat'-men't that there in well do-,
fined sentinwati i' viaiu parts - of thec
man f r pres il in 1.J
Mrs. Dilia vtwart Pa.rn ll, mot~her
of the late Iish iledr is lin (il dnem
cusly ill at Triity h sil. N w Yornk
eitv. Shs lis be: failin" sinc the
brutal asaanlt was un i-i up aher at
T~hieiz m-in of th Hu-. 'Tope.
1 .4)1 niunids of nitr - glycri no. instant
1l- killingt Ge mrge Bester andI Lewis~ <
Elank, who were inm the n igazine. ]
A dispaltch fromn Hastings. Engla'd,'
announes that a mp~tch for 'the world's
chess. chainpionship betweien iarry N.
Pillsbury of Brooklyn. anil Emaniuel
Lsker, is under the consideration of
the Hastings and St. Leonard's Chess
The Fifth-fourth American congreat
is again in session. Priomiptly at noon
Monday the senate and house were call
edl to oi-de-r ini thhir ro.coirtive chambers
amid the scenes of animahtion and e:x
citemient marking the (pingiii of a con- i
J. A. Bailey, who c mntr s th-3 Bar-t
numa & Bailey show andl is s ]o own~e1
f the Adam Frepau-th sh iw, has ac
quire-d an interest in the Seils B:'-thiers' I
circus. anid hereafter the Fo epaugh and1
Sells shoc.: wvill be u::der time same
The exceptionally-heavy weather that
has nrevailed d(uring the past we-k iiver0
the iBrit ish is10s. conXtinues. \ Nnmberi
lss snill winre:-ks haive ben rep rted,
and considierable damilage has be-n done
to siinig, but tihe bl~s of life has been
P stmlaster genetratl. Wilson has dis
missid William WV. Hill of Mississippi,
assistant superintendog of the fi-ee (de
livery- system of the g- t Ihlee depart
ment, for giving out tilieial infrma
tion "-and conspiracy to belittle the de
Genieral Edward Wright died at Des
Mines. Ia., after i'n iflass lastinlg sev
eral weeks. He was barn nrenr $alem,
0., in 1s27, and inl 157 reimovedl to Ce
dr caunty, Ia. -He served through the
wr. bing birevoted :brigadier .general
for- valiant serv-ies.
Fire was discoi~vered inl JTames S. Kirk t
& C1'.'s soap factirv, 352 Nerth Watem
stre- t, Chicaizo. where nearly 200 menOi
wer:e at w..rk. and they wer-e comnpelled1
t flee to savei their lives. The l ss will 1
amunt to betwe-en 560,000 and $75,000;
coveredl by insurance..
Much apprehension is felt fir tihe
Uritish steamnrGorzL, Captain Meade, j
w iut *i5 days from Sinitap..re. This E
i the th1ir stame whiuih is unaccount
el fC in th north'1 ernid' Paicid.e icean,
the ~ lter a.in -0' Esl- and Strath
Ther ii. - t~dk amot s~uthern Re pub
wh Vi ng credntal fro mi1:uthCaru- I
N NI:N G, S. C.:
YNEiC. 11, 1803.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Happenings All Over the World
Through the South.
Fire at Sn owhill. N. C.. burned four
buijlij $. ie- Lin w trs
J. in :Charp at New 31artin-.ille W.
.. w~S un. :r. zen t. death near his
h . .
1live i>no-er Austia of Durham. N.
'.~ cnnmitted suicid by shooting him
s..if in th-' h~e.1 with a pistol.
Alvin Huse, aged 15, liviug in Ster
li::;; e unty. T.-x.. lkeing threatened by
his teacher with a thrashing, hanged
At Lenoir, N. C., Samu'el Newland
went to the store of Frank Steelman
and shot him down. Death resulted.
Steelman has fled.
------ y- was Maryland day at the
Atlanta exp-sition, and Go vernor Brown
and niany other no tables .i that state
wer, i.1 attenuance.
The Dush dispensary bill was defeat
ed in the Ge rgia house of representa
tivos. the measure failing to get a con
John Adams Baker, the oldest editor
in Pennsylvania in continuous active
service on one newspaper, died at his
home in New Bloomtield.
Near Clerinont. in Lake county, Fla..
M1rs. Jennie Davis was arrested while
main-g moonshine whisky. She tried
to shot the Ifieers but failed.
A. K. Ward. an alleged embezzler
from Memphis. Tenn.. was arrested on
board a steamer at Livingston. Guate
mala, by ihe chief of the Memphis
. Al Carver, a weaver in the Odell cot
ton mill at'Concord, N. C.. wat struck
in the eye by a shuttle. It pierced his
brain and he died. His relatives will
sue for $5,00) damages.
The Travellers' Protective association
has enloyed able talent to prosecute
Colin Daughdrill. the man who killed
J. I. Bates. the travelling salesman. at
Ga'lsden, Ala., last week.
A negro womat and a negro man
were beaten to death with a leather
strap in Colleton, S. C. They were
charged with having stolen a Bible and
some furniture from a cuurch.
.:any persons are moving from the
southeastern counties of North Caro
liha into South Carolina, to work in the
cotton mills. Agents are securing this
labor and want 1,500 operatives.
The speech of Secretary Hoke Smith
before the Georgia legislature on the fi
nancial issues of the day, was listened
to by the members and a large number
of visitors, who filled the galleries.
The Louisville and Nashville railroad
reports for October gross earnings of
$1,979,599, an increase of $114,403: ex
peuses, $1,204,130. an increase of S,
4i-:O and net, $775,469, an increase of
From all indicatio ns MIay lo will bie
observed in the public schools (f North
Carolina as \ance day, in mnennoy of
the late senator. In each city sochool a
collection will be taken u' for the man
The grand jury of Beaufort cor.nty,
*N. C., has founa true bills against the
yug white men who assassinated J.
B. Bonner at Aurora,~ and Governor
Carr is asked to order a special term of
court to try them.
Rev. N. T. Lucass. a farmer, was shot
andl probably fatally wounded near Mon
tevallo, Ala.. by Wiilliam Zeal. Lucass
was attempting to take possession of a
piec-e of land which has been a cause of
contention fo-: some time.
Governor Carr offers $200 reward for
the .arrest of Samuel Newiand, who
murdered Fraink Steelman at Lenoir,
Caldwell county. N. C. Newland is of
a prominent family and the brother of
the solicitor of that district.
George W. Blount, a lawyer. and ed
itor of the Wilson. (N. C.) Mirror, is
dead. He was past grand master of Ma
sons and a trustee of Wake Forest
colleze. He was wvell known in North
Car olina and adjoining states.
After remaining in sessin : :t Colum
ia for three months. less one week, the
constitutional convention has at last
c'ouiTleted the work oif fraing- a new
constitution for the state of South Caro
lina, and has adjourned sine die.
A call has been issued for a national
Christian conference to be held in At
lanta on Dee. 18 and 19. Thie confor
ence w~ill be held for the purpose of c 'n
demnning the popular evils of the day
and to institute certain measures of re
The grand jury ret urnedi an indict
ment against James McCormick, Jr.,
so of a councilman. for coinducting an
oprium~ joint at Lexington. Ky. Mie
Cormnick is a guatter in the revenue
service. The indictment created ai sen
A. C. Denning, a wealthy farmer liv
ing on the coast line, 12 miles from Fay
etteville, N. C.. was found dead in a
ca--o on Cape Fear river. He had been
veryv ill and while delirious escaped
fromn his attendants and met death in
this tragic manner.
Smoot. Son & Co.. of Alexandria, Va.,
have closed a contract for the establish
m:-nt oft a $100,000 plant at North
Wilkesboro, N. C. The plant will cov
er 20 acres of land, use 6,000 cords a
chestnut oak bark annually, and employ
a large force of hands.
Governor Stoine has increased the re
ward foir Will Purvis, the MIarion coun
ty. 3is-... whit'eapper. fr-om $250 to
$750. Purvis, whoi was unde-r sentence
to hang Dec. 12,. was released from jail
byv a mob of 100 men. and is supposed
to be in hiding in Texas.
A bad wvreck occ-urred on the Norfinolk
and WXestern railway between two
freight trains near Eanis, WV. Va., in
which En::ineer- Foreliness. Walter Stra
1ev, condunctor, and a niegro brakeman
w'ei.re all killed. The train broke in two.
~'ii~nan idder was serioiusly injured.
The Chateau Y quem, w ith the 562
Italian imigrants. froml Genoa, recached
New Orleans and after a rigid examina
ti-onu of three h 'urs by Spca Agent WV.
E-. Howardin of Wash1iatn and C >mis
si5Oner iof Immignration'. 3Inftgomi'ry were
admirtt-d. Thiy appear to .e of the bet
ter Cass mf Italians.
Pe-ter Po iwell if 31 Mntgome'ry. Ala.,
heard a thief in P - henhoumw., and0 sum-t
mm ining his neighb-r. .T "- Grattan,went
(ut ti catch him. P.wll w1en ct on one
side oif the house anid Grattan on the
other. They encountered each other in
th" darkness and Po well, mistaking his
.. friend fir the thief, shn t him dead.
AX test caso if the Si. t miachinie has
beer :.na: in Bibb couty, Ga., superior
e. rt, and Judge Hardman has passe1
dht -n as a lauln Achne that
v.nnit bl1.l licenseii md. Ini passing
onacs that camne up bef ire him.
JudgeC Hardemnan administeed a rather
-ererebuki- to the city o~f 31aeon for
heir seats on the gru;iid that the stf
ias nt the republican form of gve
lienlt -Ua-rantked by the,, conlstitution.
SeInator :David 13. Ilil's lcet ure t.
n the n:rthwe-sr has prvedt a failu:
mid it has c me 0t an a irUpt end. wh
he senatr c losed his busiess arrans
nsand returned-: to -New Yorl, t
va sn assigneOd being that he had e4
raete-d a Z-[vere cOld while at Dulut
(n,:-c'f the lirgest and mni'st represt
ai:t% co n Pl've(ntioIs ever hieki in the ti
it'r in favor of statehood, has just z
ourned at Oklahoma City after ado]
ng a resolution urg7ing tho congress
he United States to pass an -act. pi
iding for the admissioa of Oklahoi
Ls a state.
While four, coal cars were standi
mia steip grad- in the xOntario a
etern yard at Iiddletow n, N,
[heir bralk-s were released by mischic
us boys. .The cars wen.t cras'.hing iI
t car on which Brakeman Will 1tim
iehienieister was standing, killi:
A massneeting of prominent bu
iess men of St. Leuls was held for f
urpose of making arrangements to
ure one or both of the two natior
onventions for St. Louis next ye,
Cwenty-five thou~ixzmd dliars wore ra
d for that purp. se. and 650,000 iii(
vill be sul~se .
The P->rtions 'f Pretident Cle
and's m'essage. on the Cuban questi
vked lively comment at 'th6 hc
nua'rters 6f 'the revolutionary jntnta
sew York eity. Delegate -Estrada P
na Objected to the president's descri
ng American sympathy with the C
>ns as sentimental.
At Shn- Francisco Judge M rphy'
ied the-motion for a new-trial in .t
ase of Theodore Durant. convicted
he murder of Blancho Lainont, a
>rdered that hxr be turned over to t
vardon of San Quentia prison, to
ept until the day has been fixed-i
>assing sc-tence'l.poni him.
W. L. Sachleben. sent to Asia Mir
o search for the boidy of Frank Let
he Pittsburg licclist murlered_.
curds. wr o to his father at Altc
11z.. from Erzerouni kuur days after t
nassacre there. He says in his 16ft<
ust received, that the sultan's soldiR
Ld a crowd of Kurds killed about 5
krmenians in two hours.
A 7-story building in Chicago,
est Jackson street. has ben con
d. :rd William Soay Smith, one of t
eading civil engineers of the west, sa
hat many of the sky scrapers will. -
ess their foundations are strengthenc
ventually become wreeks on account
he soft soil underlying them.
At Philadelphia. Herman W. Mud
tt, alias H. H. Holmes, who was cc
-icted of murder in the first degree I
iaving caused the death of Benjan
Pietzel. was in the court of oyer a:
erminer refused a new trial and se
enced t) be hanged. The (late of e3
-ution will be fixed by the governor
Harry J. Mooney, a shoemaker, w
tarted from Brockton, Mass., to ma
pair of 'shoes for the governors of t
ifferent states, returned home on
ount of illness. He had reached
ar south as Atlanta and during t
rip had made' shoes for governors
en states. He will resume his trip
oun as his health will permit.
At Chicago, James Lewis attempt
o defend his. sister from the abuse
ter husband, Andrew Gazialow, and
result was shot and killed. LeN
nret Gazzalow and remonstrated wi
tim for the cruel treatme.nt of. his wi
xazzalow, in a fit of anger at being u
>raided, drdw his revolver and shot au
:iled Lewis. The murderer was i2
.Referring to President Clevelanc
nessage to congress, the London Glo
avs: "There is nothing surprising
he fact that the Monroe doctrine bul
aher largely in the.message, nor in t:
LostUC. tjne ad' pted -toward Englan
sa't'thxe presi<Mltial electiona drawir
ixh? Pulling the lion's tail may l.:
othe old world a curious way of tryii
o catch fish; but .it has been' found
iser-in thrturgid waters of Amex
Another radical step in the prosec
ion of lottery schemes by the postoffi
tepartment was taken by the issuan
>f a general order to all postmaste
orbidding the uso of the mails to t)
oteria Mexicana de La -Benefic~icnc
~ublica of Mexico It has been opern
ng for about a year. claiming to be ri
or the public benefit of San Louis P
osi -state, and to have a deposit
100,000 in Kansas City as :a guarant
evenne Officers Open Typewriter Bo~s
-' and Find Whisky. ..
RALEIG, Dec.10 .-Much interest
nanifested by business men in this sta
i the southern exposition at Chicag
d assurances are given that Nor
axrlina wilI be well represented.
Pre.ident Speneer 'of the Southe:
airoad, has leased .S,000) acres of hai
n Guilf-.rd county for the purp:;so
-Revenue dcers f:nnd a lot of ha~n
pme bos alleged to. contain ty-pew:
ers. These were opened and found
eitain unstaniped rye 'irhiay. T1
fiers firs: shook :the boxes -auid hea
he se of thie liquid.
Rev. John E. White, pastor of t1
hurchx at .-Ede-nton, is - elected by t:
3aptist state convention to succeed t1
:re Rev:' Dr. Columbuis Durham as
rrsponing secretary. Mr. White
xi 25 y-ears old.
A passenger train -on the Southe:
ailwav at Durhami ran into twoi teat
na~kiled two horses and. injuredl Ga
on Hi-h'doni and his son',"Bb, prospc
is Mission of a Private Nature.
NEw YORK, Dec. 10.--A special
'he World from Ottawa. says: It w
Lndertood that Premier Whxiteway
fefoundand was comi-ng to Cana<
o negotiate for the admission of th
olony into the dominion, but lhe no
vires Premier Sir Mackenzie Bowl
hat his mlission to Canada is of an e
irely private nature an'd is - in no k
onected with the question.of reope
ng negotiationis.with the dominion.
Coroner Does.nt.Blame Any One.
CLEVELAND, Dec. 10. - The coron
as rendered his verdict in the Centr
-aduct disaster. He fails to find suf
ent evidence of an act committed
mitted on the part of any person
varrant him in holding any one crn
xally liable for the accident. He co:
ludes that the 17 victims of the disa
ercamie to their death as a result of i
uries sustained or from- drowning
he river. -
FIRE. IN NEW JERSEY. -
SHundred Thoue~and D~olars Go Up
Smoke at Rutherford.
NEW YORK, Dec0. 10.-A fire in Rut]
rford, N. J., destroyed half a d z<
uildings. The fire was discovered
h- postotlice building at Dep t squa
d Park avenue. The p -stmaster a;
is family occupied apartments on ti
pper floor. Thbey succeeded in gettim
ut and g ve an alarm. The Ruthc
ord vlnnl eer- firemen turned out b
he'were unable to cope with the fir
h flames spread .to- the adjoinir
uildigs. where Arswelt -& Prinxce
hoe store was wiped '. ttoh i
leyert' dry goodis. $tyre and Ha~itch
rug store. The total klss will rea
A German family conasistingofa mit
d wife and one child, are unaccoun
d for. It is rumure-d they may ha'
ersed, but it is possible they soug]
~ATihe d n and -far CdrpIets has not be.
Ingrain s-former y PX
a1 . The latter nm1
re In Lodl Banssels and Tapestry.we
of sarnples of1 lvets
e-i 1 ures,
rI C A.PEPE
e And theyare
it, T '. - iekly - no rie(
re sto area
NT.-e0.-- t.er ndobl
or No. L20--.aUls an e triumme
,No. OluA Ek beaVve ltl
- We Lte addiw of t il
reky - u pi
"1 Have been the wondyr of every .one
superior toti l(
ysexcept at ai
SThe $4 50 Grade agt$
in . -- ..
YN C o. 61;- in I~wL~kbav ew
-i We ave o scial d th
Whil s uero thistseia an
fact~ ~ ~ ~~xcp tht ouate0isconpeei
2, sere them. r deat-9'
of -e--t -
b. -bo ns -
O e Trid e - -. -
o notfai to cal ailk ye~o
Becoming Style an asl.S ps
PR (ICES AONABLE.
of NEW soORKth
Mi orae owb i~g wl e
Y o nry g eor gn
ao . c d rqiret fro a; th t ssi ng;tr.s
is t Ou r~ mi~ eer ir eo 19:I aO ot
ItNx ~or UP-T -DT-1UE
Planation ad cOpher I-IM-l
-- LNJIAces _,an
- -iA1 ~gn~
Nottor M'at oysice
cLlats and CaS.C
3A DAVI LDGEONo
Is, uy the -iy -. C
it - - ' re13 e st- to
Blankets and Capes
u up to ou expectations, and if pric i SP1 i ndcenient, we ito determined
e them 35g1 quote yoi the-following rodUcluos
cc 3(*, now 17 A-2c. -
ce 460 o10 v 7,14c.
Ingrans -foiier prpe 50c, now 37 14.
.Inghubis--oiner price 65c. o. 7 c.
mr is an alkwool 3ply--aiil excelent- value. -
le closing ont Qur 65c ani 75c grade!rat 47 1-2e We carriy a. complete. In
, Axmin er -and idvy frssels, whicti.we-etlhug at very close
and can guarante. the delivery of them in a..eek.
tr exceeded e-ru e' actilionr Our sto& in - this .lineabs -bep renI shd
es base b e -'f tB2wn iad country. In addition to a large :u.
dy oiband' ha-- - .-- . --
Rec'e fl About .O GarmertI
values for ti iN .bot Iv>1 lU t 1 r ei eAio o t
i, Lhand1ow:ci t: n our pri . .. .10
'e C - 11 t~rtt 1 ~ il 0; C2 Lit $N5)1 '3 5}
Y '1 V 11,~tw e039n at :'.50 former price '-.0
rho bas soen theri Oniy on verdict- Wit -enidllent val~ues. TheY -ara; so
oWls of Norther'rr lagu(?t Leture. that I:-: 1-ter -
sacrifice, whiich -we have decided to make follows:
560 Thfe86 00Trade at $3 00
75 50 " at2175
The $2 25 Grade at $1O0.
sali.of tlieegods Ogg fri-pds-are w omo .o Y c:1 as o- s fliey last,
s as..they will not stav long at prices quoted- -
Ioue efbof Carbljtj-Blankets, aid- Capes goar frieidn- m ot foget-the
every dejartment, and a.large and ongQotegtforce of sale:iea ready to
)NNELL& C 7:
-* Wish to announce that they have throwi -open their
doors Yor business an'd-will -cari-y in stock a full line of
00 KING AND HEATING STOVES
and .a General Line of *
ROUSE FZNSHING GOODS.
ICIT'" . 3-AItZ .3TI.IIi
Opposite Court House - - - SUTIR, S. C,
Percival Manuf actu ring Co.
47 to A8suifEIE G S' t3HARLESTON,S..
-F- TAflLISHED *d ~
- Signof the] Watch,
- ABIGLIN O -
S - WATCHES, .DIAMONDS
Fine Steling SiierAGacs, Optical Goods,
- - -i. -. in lLKnive-., Scssors an5d/aors, 3.achLme eedles, etc
* ~...- ~- . . ). All repairing gn'at anteed. .
.I1MS WLSOJN.' II hJ.\QT-ES JOHN WILSON,
SPresidvt. Iu$r. Scretary and ressure -2
g'TeCrolina 1rocryT 01pa3ly
SUCCISSORS'&F -BOYD BROTH ERS,
SWholesale Grtei~ ad *oriiioiti .J~l t is,
No. 195 EAST BAY,
IMANNING - AOADEMY.
-MA g ING. ..- u -
- - - RS. E. C. ALSBROOK, Principal.
Thryscn c.w n binsfl Sept. 2, 1805.l' Prpare for college or buisin~ess.
Cotdue2finu:; -Eiw'h, ,Latin, French, . skkeepang, Calisthenuies. E1ocution,
- A-ft iind Musie. tegularly tahghl.- Three gold medafs awarded.- ..uition S1 to
CLARENDON'S HEADQUARTERS INSUMTER
For Honest Goods and Popular Prices Is
Elegant Goods and Most Splendid t ractions
investiga the golden opportunity our le
stock affords. We simp1ask y6u to c6me
- and see- our goods, assuring. all that they...
will find the highest grades and uniform
- -. prices. Our new goods must be seen to be
- appreciated. Samples set og applcafy i
'The- largest assorbment! of .res as
Svqrroug tA5 ili" etn ow dri our
inspection. Tbisdiiieinehdes be isee lafet and mnost-correct
stye ioheviot1 Scoteh effeet twoed silk and :voo-oglisb
co-ver6coib .Jiiia thef weaves? blacke anddomestic o
Shoes for Men; . Shoesfo edis.
--Shoes foi th tUe On.:
Shoeo. for Misses. Shoes or oys.
-In this deparihent will be found 10.cesIediis'
-otios and gents' bandkerchiefs in Lce, silk-andvotton,
1n all sizes, colors and. styles, and:at the:lowest rfces; ldmbis,
thread, needles, pins, sospe in all the ..latest stylesi an shions;
bair-pins (plain and fancy), perfuines, towels, white and cIoled -b'd
spreads, doylies and hosiery for men, ',adies- and cbildre;. in-.all
styles, colors and sizes, a'ndt aprices to suit al1; underwir hts
(riminedai .iitri aimed) for ladies and misses, all theY sd
best desiguyvelvets, satins ribbons,*and many otier notins.
Low4 rieedlthing rMen Boysid Children
Best Flour. . St acon.
Best and Cheapest Canned Geods.
Tin-waxe. . flwwze
When you visit Sumter eall and we 'us and iike
our store your headquarters. Polite and at'
tentive salesmen. always in attendance.*- o
- trouble. to show goods. Call and -examine our.
goods -and prices before purchasing elseher,
Come early and avoid the rush.
Highest Prices Paid for "Cotton.
STRAIGH T -:- BUJSINE88S!
Comna.and See Us..and Let Us Talk Strait Business
We have one of tlhe largest stock of goods ever brought to this
to-wn, and they .were bought to sell. -
Give you sometiuj to eat? Theb you hit- us-at our .troogest .
point. But it .is im possible .to tr.y to tell. you here *iat *e iave
but you will find everythingr,.fromn a soda~ cracker to bar e ot
-mL~olasses in our grocerf Llepartment. -
Everytl.irz fresh .aiu of the very best-qality-..
- Snioked Bacon, --
S ." White Dove " Brand H-ams,..
-- - -" O old Medal " Fleur,.
-- .and Fine Coftees -. - -
**A re our pets. -
Our lne of tobaccos an(1 cigars is complete.
* . -Dress goods in. -
Silks; ' - - - - -- - -
He. inrietta.s,-- -- - -
oultinlgs, . *
.... e(1rdowns, KEtc.
-In fact;w~e c-an-fo~rnish ypu:any gbods y6tz need.
Dry:ods fliave gone "up sincewe- bouglit birt wediff ive our
. . .uatomers the .beneft of .our.early. purchases..
--Ribbons, laces, trimmLings and biG tons sil -g ovs~ large
LDur Gent's Fuirnishting Goods.
*.Departnent is, full. Ready-made -clothing to 6taniyody' back
and pocket~book. Lag' line of patgoods ih bols.
[ ow.about S1IOU4 '.
No~o a talk6g.- f we cai'tfi and please youi ie foowear
you will- have-to go barefooted We've.got 'em.
3irOpS are good -
All right. Then you will want bagging. and ties. e have a
warehouse full and wili makd prices -right: Thef-must b~e sold.
Want to. Sell Your. Cotton and Cotton Seed?
-Our scales are at the back door;.and we- will give you the to
figure. Haven't- time *to iie ndre2 bot want to see you befo
you idll your cotton or bny your goods.
Youirs :toi- ains