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North, East, West
Count Von Taaf, - s
mah, died at Ellischa
diedsdde it his h .
Thirty thousand Spai.
be landed in Cuba durini
Senor Cyrillo has been
tuguese ministier to the t
-The e Savings EX(
-of Omaha has gone into volu
James 0. Fox, the United S
sul at Antigua, Coloaibia, hat
Fire at Wabash avenue and Ra
street, Chicago, destroyed some $
worth of property.
During the last. 18.months, 46 pea
have been killed and 86 injure
trolly cars in the city of Chicago,
At Throop, Pa., Seera Robbins sh
and fatally womitded hii wife and~ the
shot himself. He died within a shor:
time. .swifstainhot live.
Admiral'Kirkand, who has been re
lieved from command of the -European
station, will not retire at present, but
will be assigned to shore duty.
Senater. H: Mitchell of Oregon says
that he considers the passage of a Ni
caraguassazibill the most important
duty of the Fifty-fourth congress.
The pope pidided at Ihe secret con
sistory- and creat- , nine cardinals, in
cluding-Mgi. Sato ,6the papal delegate
to the -Roman. Cathplic church in the
to.the prevaldnce of diphtheria
-In Portland, Me., the public schools
have bqemelosed. There are 20 cases in
the city and 14 deaths have occurred in
the past.month. - -
Captain Howgate.has been taken to
Albany penitentirf to serve his sen-.
tence of eight years for forgery and em
bezzleminit*hilat the head of the sig
nal service of the army...
. . Seeitary Ierbert has approved the
recornmendaitis ,of . the Walker board
that the ims of the new battleships
Nos. 5 and 6 bewlowered to * depthk c
nine feet below the water Ens. -
During a flghtin .the .ojnty jail at
St. Jooseph, Mo., beteen James An
derson and Charles Rarris, both Prison,
ers,: Anderson was shot and will proba
bly die. 'Haris was badly beaten.
-John J. Swan, Dan Brown and Mich
el Lynch, attendants at the Delaware
State Lunatic .asylum at Farmhurst.
were. armsted for killing a patient
named Leon Lewis by maltreatment.
- Shangiai dippatches say it is reportsd
that no railway concessions have been
granted to foreigners in China and that
the Chinese government intends hence
forth to keep the railway buildixW in its
Severil expeditionsalleged to be -on
foot from this country to did the Cuban
retinist, have been called to the
- attention of the United States govern
ment by the Spanish. minister, Senor
Vandals have recently been at work
in ;he interior department at Washing
tb*: vqttmirg th6 names of prMent
men fo& auable papers. e ut
griph of Abraham Lincoln was especi
Dr. Lapponi, the physician of the
says that there is nothing alarm
indhe condition -of Leo IM. He
deeins it advisable, however, that his
patientkeeto his room, owing to the
cold, damnp weather grevailing.
Herman Hattenhaft, a well known
pugilist of Brooklyn, shot andkilled his
two children and himself. Hattenhaft
..waathe-propretozkof a callege of physi
testrctiotin 'Brooklyn. Business,
trounes was the cause.
Secrety.erbsrt- is. pesng 'igor
cnsTy the - prparations -of plamis- for the
d efinse othe United.States against
-ponible 'se.ckb s'~nf tbreign naval
.k1Mry uih has been done
the avalwarcillege4n-iha& line..
4dispatch frdm Kingston, Jamaica,
says a fcrmidable expedition against
Hafti is being, organized by Boissond
Caiul, it is reported on trustworthy au
thority.- VCantis being assisted, it is
- asserted, by-ar'we4 known Philadelphia
Alaskan's gold outpeut for 1895 is esti
matedb G. B. Swineheart, editor of
th Aa Mining- Record of Juneau,
oM 300;O0.-'f this-amount fully
$80,O00-has been obtained from placer
mining alone, chiefly along the Yukon
- Money has been raised among the
Ldwer Brule Sioux for.the erection of a
monument to Chief Iron Nation, who,
although once one, of the most war
hk ofchiefs, wast during-the -elosing
years of his -life a strong. adlvocate of
SCharles Nolan, 45 years ol1 of- Rine
cliff, N. Y., a conductor on a New York
Central train, was. killed by a train on
the New York and Putnam irailroad, at
High Bridge, as he was standing on the
anck tomyto giving the 'signal
The revenue cutters -Woodburry, Dal
las, Dexter, Hamilton, Crawford and
Colfax have been designated by the
president to patrol the coasts of the
United Sthtes during the season of se
veie eather to render service to ves
sels in distress.
Oscar B. Groff, former proprietor of
the Cooper.Monse, -Lancaster, Pa., has -
e raa suit for danmages against the
esbate bf Abraham G. Bedicer, who coin
mitted suicide in the hotel several
month's agocciiming that the suicide
injur hi~business. -
A letter from Arizona signed. Joseph
N. DoQ, in which the writer, says he
committed'the murder for which Gar
l and-Stemler and . Louis- Mureno were*
lynched by'a'moby at Yreka, Cal., last
Auguet. Two other men were also
lynched at the same time. . .'
Robert Hardin Milw'ard;- the Duke of
Marlborough's lawyer- contradicts the
statem-ent that there is a heavy -:mort
gage on the Blenheim estates, and- adds
that theDakwof~Mariborough declined
t.touchaihming ef-his bside's-money,
and that the whole of it is settled upon
her in the ordinary way.
John J.Oeitn 98yar of agei war
convicted in the United States .court at
Fort.Smith, Ark, of forgngtwo affi
davits in sporgp.hi~s applicaton for
an increase of pension. He tried to
~ve that the forgery was committed
1yhis attorneys in Washington 'with
out his knowledge or consent.
The dead bodies of five men, two of
whom areeogd4ze4as being Ameri
-cans.-have been discovered northwest of
Mazatlan, Mexico; in a wild section of
the Sierre Madra mountains. The
bodies arnsupposedto be those of some
members of a god prseting party
who left Mazatlan sevya weeks ago.
Postoffice deppebi fficials point
- out a remarkable increase in the mortal
ity among postmasters. During the
past yea . zwere approximately 35
deaths ao'i those of the presidential
class. This is said to be larger than for
anfyei ihe past 15 or 20, and is at
tributed to' generally- prevailing- un
IAofdiMbigimery, who is in fail at
Albany, Or., for the murder of his fath
er and mother and Daniel Mc~ee-ver,
ner;Brownsv21. e, has made aesnfesson
tothe kaling of themn. He is only 18
ye-ars of'ages -4 fE-says he killed hIs
fathez because he scolded him and mvr
dered-his fiother-ind Mcreever because
they tokg,[ger. at
A dispatch from Constantinople says
20--villagesangethwest -of Aleppo have
been burned and their iuhabitants m;.s
sacred. The massacres at Marash, the
dispatp~h says, took.place in the presence
'---~-~w n1m .eneral, who
Miss Nora.Work, Thomas Davis and
Da'id McCallum, prominent peoplc,
were drowned in the Cumberland river
at a point 12 milos below Ifashvillo,
Tenn. They were crossing the river in
a skiff. There were no eyewitnesses
to the accident. The bodies bave been
.3y direction of the state department,
U7nited States Consul Burke at Chihua
ua, Mexico, has been investigating the
s of Mac Stewart, who was arrested
shooting a policeman, or soldier, in
-iblic square, and was sentenced to
-h. The consul says that the sen
will, undoubtedly, be commuted
-risoment for 20 years, and that
aybe reduced to seven years by
T. T. Johnson, D. D., pastor of
church of Jefferson City, Mo.,
Just returned from a three
jur of Turkey and the Holy 1
- sermon on the Armenian I
ade the sensational state
merican Minister:TerreU t
anged. He declares that 1
the Mohammedan church 3
iing in the persecution
- hristians instead of pro
- at the situation is far
een represented to the c
- errell prevents tree re- r
- eat out, sending out
lf. - .
the A . hich Wnl o Re
.r the Fiscal Year.
WAsuLNGTON, Dec. 3.-The secretary I
of ihe treasury has just transmitted to
congress the estimates of appropriations 1
reqtired for the fiscal year ending iune
30, 1897, as furnished by the several
executive departments, which aggregate
The appropriations for the present
fiscal year amounted to $412,753,264. t
The estimates for the *Scal year 1897 v
re recapitulated by the officials as fol
towts, cents omitted: a
Legislative establishment, $3,880,581;
executive establishment, $20,103,242; ju
didial establishment, $923,340; foreign
intercourse, $1.649,058; military estab
lishment, $24,526,968; naval establish-j
ment, $27,58,675; Indian affairs. $8,760,
458;.pensions. $141,384.570; public works, c
$28,574,028; postal service. $5,024.775;
miscellaneous,- $36,635,631; permanent
annual appropriations, $119,054,160.
Grand totel, $418,091,073.
Under the head of public works ap- e
propriations gbove $20,000 are asked for c
public buildings as followst
Allegheny, Pa., $75,000; Boise City,
Ida., $100,000; Buffalo, N. Y., $200,000;
Cheyenne, Wy., $100,000; Denver, Colo.,
(mint) $100,000; Detroit, Mich., $125,- 1
964; Helena, Mon., $100,000; Kansas
City Mo $100,000; Newport, Ky., $50,
00; Omaha, Neb., $125,000; Pottsville,
Pa., $40,000; South Omaha, Neb., $75,
)00; St. Paul, Minn., $250,000; San I
Francisco, Cal., $100,000; Savannah, v
Ga., $100,000; Sioux City, Ia., $60,000.
Also for constructing lighthouses and
lightvessels, ss follows:
Chicago, improvements marine hos- E
pital, $26,450; Cape Lookout shoals I
ightship, N. 0., $70,000; Cape Fear,
b. C., light station, $70,000; Galveston '
jetty light Texas, $35,000; Manistique
light, Michigan, $32,000; Poe reef light
;hip, straits of Mackinac, Mich.,
',000; Port Arquello light, California,
R,009; Yerber buena light, California, T
Also for improvements 'at navy yards i
Naval station, Port Roval, S. C.,
P88,182; Mare - d, Calitornia navy
ard$80,504; aval station, Puget
und,-$104,855; Drydock, Algiers, La., ~
P100,000. The total cost to be $1,125,000. I
Among the appropriations asked for
by the secretary of war are the follow- I
ng: Reconstructing Rock Island bridge,
RokTand Illg.,-$890,000; construction'
of gun and mortar batteries, $1,885,000; C
sites for fortifications, $250,000; torpe- !
oes for harbor defense, $100,000; arms- t
ment fortifications, $4,487,448;;improve- I
ment Watertown arsenal, Mass., $31,- a
900; for use of ordnance and fortifica-.
kons in-making needful purchases and (
experiments and tests of most effective- I
guns, armor plate, etc., $100,000; Unit- 1
ed States Military academy, $185,477; ~
cnstrction of buildings, etc., at miii- t
tary posts, $1,000,000; improvements in
Yellowstone National park, $30,000;- ti
Chickmauga and Chattanooga Nation
al park, $74,000; Shiloh National Milita
ry park, $25,000; Gettysburg park, $50,
The estimate for the improvement of ,2
rivers and harbors aggregating $23,271,
600, have already been made public.
Maitaining and improving national
cemeteries, ~$219,800; artificial limbs, 2
apparatus, etc., $575,000. The surgeon .
general, in a note explanatoryof this e
estimate, says there are on file in his
ofce 9,930 cases entitled to benefit un
der the laws relating to artinicial limbs; I
8,161 cases are of amputated legs, the i
cmmutation for which is $75 in each e
case, and 6,769 cases of other amputa
tions and loss of use of limbs. The
cmmutation for each in these cases
Publication-of the official records of 8
the war of the rebellion, $175,000. I
Among the appropriations asked for C
by the secretary of the interior are: To
meet expenses of protecting timber on
public lands, etc., $150,000. The amount
appropriated for this purpose last year
was $90,000; surveying .public lands,
$881,580; education of children in Alas
ka, $30,000; reindeer for Alaska, $7,500;
expenses of United States courts. Indian
Tertory,.$210,610; international bound
ary ommission between United States
and Mexico, completing survey, $35,000;
repairs to the United States steamship
Chicago, $300,000; to begin work on new
machinery for United States ship At
lanta, $150,000; transportation of mails
by electric and cable cars on routes not
exceeding 20 miles in length, $200,000.
The estimated amount of the deficiency
in the postal revenues for the next fiscal
year is $5,024,779.
A Wn1l Case settled.
Monius, Dec. 3.-The jury in the La
veretta will case returned a verdict for
the contestants. This means a victory
for Miss Minnie Laveretta, the contest
it, and the defeat of her brother, May
or C. L. Laveretta, the propnent. The
amount involved is about $0,000. The
will of John Lawrence Laveretta, sle
ceased,1left his son administrator, and
stipulated that the property and moneys
were not to be divided until the young
est daughter was 40 years of age. The
case occupied ten days, and the verdict 2
will be egrly read in several southern
states. llthe parties are very promi
An Eart care sok Felt at Ilast -
BRN, Switerlmnd, Dec. 1i. -
sevre storms yhich haveyreva.
Switzerland duriing the pt few- a.y,
andl throughout Europe in general
caused great damage, a -
the villages in 4 -
-~ - A.. amage Ia Italy.
LouoN, Dec. 10.-A special dispatch1
from Rome announces that numerous
'wrecks have occurred during the great
storms which have snrept over Italy.
Much damage has been done, and espe
cially along the coqasts.
Decorated With Order .f the Red Eagle.
BRItEN, Dec. 10.-da accepting the
resignation' of Baroz von Koeller, mie
Russian minister far the interior., Em- 1
peror William pemtted him to retain
his title and raa as a minister of a state
rithhe Oder f th
JUBA~ \ffiSTBE MEE,&.
:t Matters Not What- Means
Are Taken to Accomplish It.
rENERAL GOMEZ'S EXPLANATION.
Ke Tells Why Ile Issued the Order For
the Burning of Piantathins-says the
Real War I% Just About to Begin and
That the Struggle Will Be Terrible, but
the Oppressed Vill Have Liberty.
NEW Yonx, Dec. 10.-The World saysi
Xeneral Gomez has issued the follow
ng explanation of his order to burn
o the Honored Men,Victims of the Torch:
The painful measure made necessary by
he revolution for the redemption of this
and, drenched in Innocent blood, by cruel
. nierciess Spain, will bring misery
As eeneral-in-chief of the army of liber
,tion it is my duty to lead it to victory
rithout permittingmyself to be held back
>r terrified by any means necessary to
lace Cuba, in the shortest time, In posses
ion of her dearest ideal. I therefore place
he responsibility for so great-ruin on those
rho look on impassively and force us to
hese extreme measures, which later, fools
nd dolts that they are, they condemn.
After so many years of prayer. humilia
ion, contumely, expatriation and death.
rhen this people of its own will has arisen
a arms, there remains no other aim but
o triumph. It matters not what means
re emoloyed to accomplish It.
This people cannot hesitate between the
realth of Spain and the liberty of Cuba.
ts greatest crime would be to stain the
and with blood without effecting its por
>ose because of puerile scruples and fears
rhich do not accord with the character of
he men whom we met in the field dhal
engin the fury of an army which is ons
*f the bravest in the world, but which in
his war is without enthusiasm or faith,
rithout food or hope of glory.
The war did xot begin Feb. 24: It is
bout to begin now.
The revolutionary spirit always magni
led at the beginning by wild enthusiansi
ad to be organized, caled and led into
be proper channels. The struggle ought
o begin in obedience to , plant more or
ess methodically studied out. but which.
nay be accommodated to the peculiarities
f this war. This has not been done.
Let Spain at once send her soldiers to
vet the chains of her slaves, now that
he children of the land are in the field
.rmed with the arsn of liberty.
The struggle will be terrible, but the
ad will crown the resolution and courage
I the oppressed.
MAKILo GOMEz, General-in-Chief.
THE PERRINS COMET.
9 le Again Observed at Lick Observptox7
After an Istervat of Severel Days.
)IOUXT HAMILTON. Cal., Dec. 10.
'he PerTins comet was again observed
t the Lick observatory after an inter
vl d several days of cloudy weather.
'he comet has grown much brighter
nd is nov plainl4 visible to the naked
ye. It is * hy object of about the
omth magnitude end now rises about
:4 In the mornitg at little south of
ast. As tt is rapidly nearing the sun. it
rgl continse to rise later each morning.
December l It will cross the sun
bout 7 degrees to the south and will
hen became an evening object, but will
ather be Unfavcrably situated for ob.
ervation in the northern hemisphere.
'he nearest sproach to the sun will
cour on Dec. at a distance of about
B 000,000 miles. On Dec. 17 the comet
Ril attain its maximtm brightness as
eea from the erth, -being at that time
r mes as bright as at its dis
Abobt Dec. 17 It will be farthest east
tro the -stn at a distance east of about
B degree, when it will again approach
he sun, passing 8 degrees to the north
n ga.n. 11, when it again will become a1
sraing object. It is now situated in
he eastern part of the constellation
dra in the right ascension 15 hours1
nd1 minutes and south declension..
A photograph was taken by A. L.
'olton and it shows the fail to be comn
sed of one long streamer -and sevdral1
hort ones. The principa~l streamer is
ich curved ad shows the condensa
ion gimilar to the phenomena which
ave been photographed in several of
lhe brighter comets of recent years.
ROUBLE FOR V[NEZUELA.
he Republic Has a Revolutien on Her
Rands-MXouagas the Leader.
NEW Toux, Dec. 10.-A local paper
sys: From this port, on the afternoon
f Sunda&',Dec. 1, saile~d a filibustering
xpeditiont, whose aim Is to take the
overnmnent of Venesuela out of the
sds of President Crespo and to zee
hat ontry from the financial and
ommercial distress which the revolu
ionists claim have driven them and
heir countrymen to desperation.
By this time General Domingo Mona
as, the leader of the expedition, has
irobably effected a landing. It is
laimed that his arrival is all that was
tecessary to put a formidable army in
he field against the president.
The expedition led by General Mona
-as was planned and carried out thus
ar successfully by prominent 'Venezuo
ans in this city and Brooklyn.
Neither the Venezuelan consul gen
ral nor the minister at Washington
-new anything about the plan to over
hrow their government.
It is the greatest expedition of its kind
hat ever left this port, carrying as it
Loes, enough arms and ammunitionl to
General Dmingo Monagas is an rex
resident of Venezuela, and one of Pre's
lent Crespo's bitterest enemies. lHe
ras one of the most ponlar presidents
he republic ever had, aind, although he
rotested that he was getting too.aged.
or the hardships of warfare, the promo
es of the revolution insisted that he
hould lead the forces.
A RICH STRIKE.
fary Thurman Finds a Vein of Gold That
Promises to M~ake Her a Bonanza Qeen.
CHICAGO, Deo. 10.-A special from
aos Angeles, Cal., Isays: N~ews comes
rom the Colorado desert mining camp
f Picacho, near Yumna,. that. Mary
Dhurman, daughter af J--e Thurman,
tas made the richest r
Lny of the desert campt
vas prospecting in the
vein that promises te
tanza queen. Mary T
M belle of Washing' . -
"che in .i,,.
- - oosevelt, sis...
-- vea wife andL,.
oU. Then . she went home to sLi.
ir mother before the old lady dieli,
ut Judge Thurman refused to permit:
ier to enter her door, and she returned.
She got a divorce from Gifford, and
hen surrised her friends by marrying
'Bug" Holliday, the baseball player.
he is known in all the mining camps
>f southern California.
Short In His Accounts.
FAKFORT, Ky., Dec. 10.-Green B.
swango, register of the land office, has
yeen found to be short in -his accounts.
[he governor had ordered an examina-~
ion, which disclosed a shortage of $1,
0)0. It ii now said that Deputy Regis
se Grant has a check for the amount
eady to pay into the treasury on the
nrril hare of Swurno.
SNTISE PTIC HEALING OIL
~'or ~rh Wire ('ttr. Scratches,
Saddle ~nd Cdhr C alL, Cracked Eeel
I3urns, 01.1 t>rcs, Ct~, Xoila, Bruises~
Piles and all ?ntls of infla:~tr.ation Ofl
man or bL'i.a~. (t~t..a Itch ~..d.Masi~e.
Thoroc, '?~ *-~ I ci fr.!Ji~r ill.: thi aLl
~ciz beu~ a~:a(.
Be prc;~'vd I ~er~ '-o b~ --pitigib Iayo~t
!~ouscors~.b.~. 'ii '~' -I *~.~naguatAtc~CC.
ito Cure. #~c P'~. ~:.oo. If your
Druggist (!..I~ ~*cts. in F01
~agcssar..v~ ~:&~ wcv d 'rv' you by mall.
JOO 20th 1~94
'.r flsrneasa~ o.iWflarb Wire Cut,
.ith ~ee1eet ~ .:y.seeog~me~d it i~
rrr and Feed Stable.
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Ccntlcmeu.-l ~rd tot Foretr'~
butisapito UeaIIu~ (~I~ 't~* ', . ~.v cdt. few no:.t:.
-o and a.ftertr'::.,' .tli............ps.Jy~ti ~I
tie the beet remea, *.1.~s.j~ ~ . .iz; 'lee ever ,aaed.
t.. ~ ~.EWIS
Paris, Teau . 3arr' ci "S
PARI~NED~ '' CO
~T !A~1$, 320
For sale by R. 13~ La~ryeew the Drn~gist,
~ AIR LINR1
VESTIBULED LIMITED TRAINS
~IPON WHICH NO EXTRA FARE 1$ CHARQiD.
bOLID TRM~S .
~harleston, Mauning and Columbia to
* Atlanta without change.
coo ~' 010 '0
1a mc co cc 02 10
1000 ~, ~4 C)
a: r- e'
* ce - - ~
~Trains 403 and &1 are composed of .tb~
~andsomest Pullman Drz.wing.Roorn, BuT.
et Sleeping Cars and Day Conches.
raled f~bn~ end to end an&isc~pemted ~li~
torn ~Vashi~gton ;tO .Want. without
Na. 41 'is operated solid from Portsmoutb~'
,o Atlanta without change.
No. 45 composed of Day Ooadbe~, is op~.
trated .olid Obarleston to Atlanta (through..
~umter. Columbia. Prosperity and New..
~erry) without change.
The-e trains land passengers in the'
~Tnien Depot at Atlanta-as near th~ EZ
~osition grounds as through passengers
~ia.any line are inaded.
A. f c. J
~!anniag . I $13 95 1 $10 25 I $7 20
~harleston I 1395 1025 I 720
Sumter.... 1360 . 99~~I 660
~olninbia. 1135 I 830 I 560
DATES OF &4LE AND LIMITS.
Column A.-Tickots sold daily to Deceni
~er 15th. with extreme limit January 7th,.
Column C.-Tipket' sold. dniily to Dea.
~0vh, with extreipe limit 15 days from 4ate"
Cduwn E.-Tiekets sold daily to DecK
10th. with euiatrerue limit 7 clays from date:
curpaeses, in some respects, any exposi.
:ion held in America. Here you find, side
2V side, exhibits from Florida aitad Alaska,.
Jalifornia and M:,iue. the Usaited St;ttes ot
~nieri~a and the Uait.d States of Brazil.
~lezcco and Canada~ antI so on nutil nearly.
tverv civihizad nation on the globe is rep.
resented. On the h.rraces rite found,
irneng many eather attractions, Arab. ('hi.
~ae~e and .~lezicnn villages, showing just
~ow those people hare their "daily walk
Ask for tickets, via "The Seal.oard Air
P~illmnan Sleeping Car reser'~actions will
be made and further inforumLion furnished
apon application to any Agant of the Sea.
boarl Air Line, or to the. undersigned.
IL. W. 13. GLovEs, 'V. J. ANDE:.soN,
Traffic hhcc:ager. Cien. Pa~ss. Agt.~
E. ST. JOHN,
~ ~, 4r~
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
Having an experience of thirty seven years,
offers his professional services to the people
.t (1nr~ndon conuty. Setistaction guaran
P.O. KINGSTUEE, 8, C.
WHEN YOU COME TO
TOWVN' CALL AT .... !R S
, , *, ANDI
COTTON IS UP,
* . * and evei
see us i
* * * Most of
Latest styles in
Flannels, Outings, Worst
and many others, which must be sei
establishment in this section of th
goods. I make it a rule to sell all o
make a tremendous profit on the otl
in- these lines I bought only
with the fashions. When a suit of
and look at my all-wool suits for $5.
Ile 0ft ottonade Pants,
. The largest stock of shoes in
to the selection of the goods and se
lcather gents' shoe-suitable for d
simply 4rangles. high priees. Oome
Household and F
I am my own cotton buyer a
market price for cotton, and will gui
from shipping. A cordial invitation
M OSES L
an be found one door below
he Bank of Manning, pre
pared to show you as cheap a
tock of goods as was ever
rought to Manning.
This stock was bought. be
fore the rise in .prices, and I
ropose to give my customers
he advantage. In
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Wagon Materials, I
flarness and Saddles,
.defy competition and will
not be undersold.
[ have overything you want
and I will save you money by
l~ling on me.
I stand .ready and willing
to aid the farmers by paying
them the very top of the
arket for their produce, feel-1
ing assured that their pros
perity means mine also.
Call early and often to se
cure prices and bargains.
B. A. JOHNSON
W HE N YOU COME
TO TOW1gCAL~L AT
Which is fitted up with an
eye to the comf ort~ of hiu ]
customers. .. .. ...
IN ALL STYLES,'
SH AV ING AND
s HA MPOOING
Done with neatness and
dispatch. - . p
A cordiaI invittion i
is extended1. - -
I A. 13. GALLOWAY.
ALWAYS ON HAND AT.
The Well-Known and Reliabli
DRUG STORE OF
Or. W. MBrockintoi
In addition to a full and, complete
stock of drugs,. Medieinesi and
- Chemicals, we keep a. complete
And the thosand ani one this
usually found in e ery first-class
and well-regulated drug store.
.:"M.ANNING, S. C.
-CHEAP EXOURSION RATES
- TO .
SEP. 25 TO DEC. 81, 1895.
Through Pullman Palace.Iloffet .Sleeping
Cars between New'Yerksnl. -Atleta. Ga.,
ia Richmond. Petersburg. Weldon, Rocky
fount. Wilson;. Fay4teville, -Florence,
Sumter, Oiangetmrg.. Aiken, and .Angasta.
For *iates,- Schdules.. Sleeping Car no
commodutions, call on or address any
agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, or the un
ersigned.- C S. CAMPBEILn,
. - - . -Div. Pass. Agent.
- . W.MonIs.
Div. Pass. Agent,
Charleston, S. C.
H. M.- Ex.n1soN,..
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt..
T. M. Exnasox,
- . raffic Manager,
Wilmington, N. C.
The Terry Fish Compny
. 3HOLESALE. SHIPPERS OF
t of. all. oal ind e , 1M,
O'ur iegdlar .eason for sbipmen ts ol
fesh fsh (packid in ice) being now open,
we 'are -prepared- to ship you any desired
qnuatiity: Charleston is the only markel
south that can offer a large variety of fish,
and;being situated on the ocean, wherE
thefnre caught, must'be fresh. -W solicil
y Csignments of poultry. eggs, etc., so
eiter'. -Account sales and check imailed
22 An 24. nARKET ST., CHARESTON, S. C
M\4eney to Loan,
-'-M A~NIG, S. C., Oct. 29, 1895.
Itiava made arrangsmients with brokern
in:N~ew. York City, through whom I am abli
$ongke-loans seclored by first mortgage oz
shipeted farms for. five years time, pay
ablemiscinatlmets, at the low rate. of
per &ert interest pet-etnnum. The broker.
age:And''the charge f6r abstract and inspec.
honji'o small a:a the exp'ense.Qf the
If' ab want ceaeip inoney come in at
nee a the suppl'yis-limited'.
O . LESLIE,
- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
* COMMISSION ~DEALER IN
Fish. Packed for Country Orders a Speciallj
o charges for packinag.~ Send for price
ist. Conisignments of country produce are
repctfully solicited. Poultry. eggs, etc.
.StalLs Nos. 1 and 2 Fish.Market.
Ofre o.18 and 20 Market St.,
east of Bay-.. . . . -
CH*ARLESTON, S. C.
If not, how can you expect to sleep well
witont one? Witly a~ "Daisy" your mat
tress will, not be contin-ually. dropping be.
ween the slats, and you will not be for
ver hunting a comfortable spot to rest
your weiiry bondK The entire bed will be
:omforable,. and; your .mattress will last
four times as long.
UR PRICE, ONLY $2.
ni re .just as :cheap.
ARTRUR BEUTIERST E~R
- .irt to buyazSewing Machine
i4.44 v alluring advertisements
- - b.' y'ou can get the test madq,
.,n .- Ser- to, it that
- - .yy i.insquiare
n *v;i t'u.t p-et a '
- . te-1%: isi noted
1' over f- Itr. ua
There is none in the world that
-can equal in mechanical con
srcinduraiiy of working
Sparts, fineness of finish, beauty
rn appearance, or has as many
-improv<.ments as the
NEW H OME
It bas Automatic Tension, Double Feed, alike
on both sides of needle (pat ented),nio other has
it; New Stand (patensted), driving wheel hinged
on ad justable centers, thus reducing friction to
tho minimum. --
WRITE FOR CiRCUL.ARS.
TE hEW RulE SEWIIG IACHIXE C0.
(eAG2 s, s ~ ,MS.i mrows 5e~ IN-Y
a"FasaecoC. Avro A
FOR SALE BY* -* -
W. . .TENKTNSON., Manning, S. C.
S LeVi's Ma !mmth 8tgrp
MECURE BARGAINS M F
ybody is feeling better, and if you want to feel still better come an-l
mnd buy your fall and winter supplies at prices that will astonish you.
the stock was bought before gos bad advanced, and for tiat reas- n
er the most flattering inducements to the purchasing public.
)ods, Henriettas, Serges, Brilliantines, Silks,
eds, Cheviots, Crepons, Ginghams, Satines, Prints
m to be appreciated. Come and examire for yourseif. There is no
a State that will undersell me in flannels, bleaches and unbleached
f my goods straighlt and do not offer them one article below cost and
jer goods the people are compelled to buy.
, Pants Goods, Hats Shoes, Corsets, Hosiery.
from reputable manufacturers, who pride themselves on keeping up
lotbes is wanted I ask that you not make a purchase uilit you come
The best wool-filling jeans pants on the market for one dollar.
W1ith Suispeliud s to Each Pair, Only 75 Cents.
town to select from and at old- prices. . I give my personal attention
a to it that I give my patrons their liuiyvs worth. I can sell. a solid
ress-for $1.50. I sell a ladies' handsonwb -dress shoe for $1 which
ta kom 25 ouets up;. I am headquarters for the fainous R. &. G.
irming Implements of All Kinds.
PRICE PAID FOR COTTON.
2d am not tied to any factor's stake. I can and will pay the highest
rantee that the prices paid by se will be more than can be obtained
is extended to the public to visit my store. Yours truly,
E I MERCANTILE LEADER,
Look to your own interest and
sell your tobacco where you can
Aet the Highest Prices for it.
We are getting high prices at
rhe Planters' Warehouse!
New buyers are on the market every day, and they
all want your tobacco. They are here for that pur
pose and roust have it ; consequently, they will pay
competition prices. Bring us a load and be convinced
that what we say is true. We have the
Yours for business,A S LE V RY D .
SMOOT & McGILL.
1NO. REB DR AKE, Auctioneer.
SUIMTKR, S. C.
o Our Clarendon Friends :
We are now prepared to offer lower prices than ever. Call or wr.- fr.n wh~at
you want. Our Stock is complete. We have added to our immense stock of
hardware a large line of
Paints, Oils, Etc., at Low Figures.
Iarness, Saddl:.:, I ubbr :ad Pelting, Leathecr, E:e.
Great bargaLins in guns5, pistulk, etc.
Hleadqcarters for Powder, Shot and Shells (loaded and~t elij.i).
Engine snpplies, belting, etc.
fleadquarters for Coding an I-!atintg Stoas (Wan~ated),
'S A STORE IN
S_SUMTER, S. C.
-__ SELU!NG AND MAKING
It Is Next Do)or to the Bank of Sumter.
Immense stocek iAde up like bread-that is, "before the rise
You wim save' money o.. your shoe bill by mal.-ing your shoe pur
ebases from us.
THE LIVE SHOE STORE.
'O CONSUMERS OF LAGER BEER :
'Ihe Pa'lmettto ]rewi'ng Compamny of Charleston. 8. C., have made arrangements
ih tlw Sonth Carolina Stato authorities, by which they are enabled to fill orders from
usnmers for 5hipmenlts of heer in any qnantity at the following prices:
Pints (patenlt stopper)................................70e per dozen
Four dozen pints in crate............................S2.80 per crate
Half-barrel.............. - . --------. ---. ----------. ---------.
}:piorts. pints. ten dozen in barrel............................. $9.00
It sill be necmsary for consumers or parties ordering to state that the beer is for
rivate consumiption. We offer special rates for these shipments. This beer is guar
1teed pare, made of the choicest hops and malt, and is recommended by the medical
aternity. Send to us for a trial order.
ah almetto Brewing Comany, Charleston, S..