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l.~ SAlPIELT. EiTroi.
JTEM F NTNU S
Happenings All Over the World
Through the Routh.
Lizzie Stuhr of Km: .xT> .
was frightened tdath 1y te butin
of her hous.
Alonzo and Dua l?::rd f leaue
county, W. Va., tabbed Theod;ore Rb
erts, a neighbor. to death.
Mr. G. Calhoun was run over and in
stantly killed by a train about five miles
north of Fort Pierce. Fla.
C. R. Hassell. the arch conspirator in
the Beaufort gravevard insurance cases,
-has been convicted at Trenton. N. 0.
Tom Payne of Davard. Madison.
county, N. C.. shot and~ instantly killed
.Sarah And2 erson. Payne is still at
W. N. Prather, a balcer and promi
nent citizen of Charlt*.'. N. C.. wa
found dead in his r, with a rp,
arkaid his neyk.
The Bradield Car Coupler companyi
has been incrpo-rate l at Ch attano
Tenn., by H1. Clay Evans. Gexr:e W.
Barfield and others.
The town of Titusville, in Brevard
county, Fla.. was nearly wiped out by
fire. The total loss is estimated at $100,
000, partially insured.
Jim Nichols, a negro, was hn-gcd at
Favetteville. W.Va.. for the murder of
Henry Carr at Eagle, W.Va. His neck
was broken by the drop.
Captain Harry Jackson died at his
home in Atlanta of appendicitis, never
having recovered from the effects of an
operation for that disease.
December 23 is the day set apart for
the Sigma. Alpha, Epsilon fraternity at
the Atlanta exposition, and about 60
colleges and universities will be repre
Much interest is manisested by busi
ness men in North Carolina in the
Southern expesition at Chicago. and as
surane(s are given that the state will
A terrible head-end collision occurred
four miles from Macon on the South
ern railroad that resulted in the death
of two persons and the serious injury
of several others.
A passnger train on the Southern
railway aT Durham. N. C., ran into two
teams and killed two horses and injur
ed Gaston Herndon and his son, Bob,
By an explosion of powder and dyna
mite four men were d-illed at Big Creek
Gap, a mile and a half north of Lafo
lette, Campbell county, Tenn. Four
other men are missing.
At Valdosta, Ga., in the case of E.W.
Barnwell against the Savannah, Florida
and Western railroad for the killing of,
Mrs. Barnwell, a verdict was rendered
for 02,000 for the plaintiff.
Twecnty families of Hlungarians have
errived and located near Evergreen, on
the Louisville ahd Na.,hville railroad, in
South Alabamia. They will engage in~
farming and fruit growing.
The gmalf coast lumbermen. represont
ing a daily output of 1.:200,000 feet of
lumiber, mat at M ile. Ala.. and adopt
ed a plan of organization to .be k~nown
as the Gulf Coast Lumber company.
In Henderson county, N. C., a deputy
and posse srarrounded the house where
was Lyda, an escaped convict, in ordler
to arrest him. Lyda shot Deputy Perry,
seriously wounding him. Lyda was ar
The report of the South Carolina
ljanar conuniassioner shows that the dis
pensary's profits up to Oct. 31 wvere
&,210,00J0. The assets of the concern
now are .2S4.000, and the liabilities
Near Bremen, Ga., the boiler of J.
Henstingstal exploded, killing Josh
Hepstingstal and mortally wounding a
boy. Henry Robinson. besides severely
scalding three or four others. Low
water was the cause.
David Gray, the i8-year-old boy who
was sho~t through the bowels at
Dublin, Ga., by L 'nis Tillery, the
young sport, is dead. The~ murder,
which was~ unprovoked. oc:-ur-red near
the huos wh'ere Gra'. :h ie lived.
Gear te W.t eimt, the leader of
the Polish elem nt of Bltioe and one
of the best know a men in the eastern
setion of the city, is reporw'd nmissing
and rumn has it th-it he left for g~ood
becus- re of ia-'i d '~brasm'ents.
Hn.1 Flmnga D.u Lmigneni had a large
auincea in th hal of' 1 he house of rep)
resenativo (f Ger-ii . eI'e which to
ma.ke his sno o n on the is-uos of the
day. He dteclaredl himiself in no uncer
tai'n words against tae free coiage of
silver,.u itl ob
There'~ annears to be btltl ob
but that Alabama must hold a constitu
tional conv\enltioni. For several years
the state has systematically spent moure
than its income, until now its floating
indebtedness is something like $700,000,
and increasing all the time.
Mrs. Malcom Guy met a horrible
death by tire at Lynchburg, Va. Her
dress caught fire and before it could bo
extinguished she had received terrible
burns over the entire surface of her
body. The accident ccurred on the
first anniversary of her marriage.
While Percy Bell and John Robinson
were at wvork in a corncrib on the Cal
len place, five miles north of Sein.a,
Ala.. an altercation arose over a chew
of to bacco anid Robinson shu t Bell with
a pistol, causing death in 30) minutes.
The murdered boy was 16i years of age.
Denutv Sheriff J. MI. Br okin was
assassinate. at his honme seven miles
from M' unticello, Fla. He stepiped out to
get a drink of water before retiring and
while drinking the water the assassin
fired two charges of buckshot into his
body, causing almost instant death.
There is no clew to the murderer.
The Alabama Dairymen's association
held its annual meeting at Mlontgom
ery. about 3 of the most prominent
dairymen and dairy stockraisers of thme
stateabeing in attendance. Isaae Ross
of (Oelika was elected president and F.
G. Bates of Uniuntown secretary and
treasurer for the ensuin~g year.
Th Gm ieorgia legislature has opened the
way for a test of tihe constitutio nality
of th Ia i per (entt tax on state lank
w-ts. The Calvin banking act. passed
at a fr r *its essi. n, has been a'aeinded
so that within a sh rt tane some unbic
lis.h a bank ami issu n- t -I f C.heex
pre~ss purp:- of trying t. * st at,- bank
ta . u-sti in t the courts.
Th(at~e for the bia e nflaae e
r1 :i -n and~vi conr tnen: latgo he
mI, d a.. has been final y sl'y ad
to Jne :30 and July 1 and 2 nex: year
in orde.r that the veteranStma: fr .m
ther~e to iNew York ti :atend thr
nuin of theC blue and gray on July 4.
President Collier of the Atlata~ ex
positio:1 has received fronm several stattes
th'e infornmation that a report is bein"
industiously circulated to the eiect
tat, -m a nubrfehibihave been re
moved in advance of the close. aire
is not a word of truth in this and Mr. F
Collier makes a statement to that effect.
The dead body of a young man was
found in the Tennessee river at Lucas '
ferry, about 12 miilcs s.athwest of Ath
ens.~ Ala. The mains nel k was broken
and there were lack places over his
eye s as if he had been strak. A silver
ring with the initials "E. . ." was on A]
One jo his fingers. There is no clue to
the mystery. Ti
A train containing the Garfield club
of Luiisville, while returning from the
1iaugfurati n of William 0. Bradley as
g r of Kemucky at Frankfurt,
ws lred int' at EmKinee. Kv. About
osh we tire'd and severalwiOws
of t h.c. wre shat t-red. T'h iillats'
fll onl the il'or and escaped injury ex
ecel. yb en glss. y 1%
An ou' raeous nmrder was committed -
117-lt t%4i wo iles: souith of Rhinle, isu'
D-d1e u (v Ga. Thonmas and Bart hi:
C. k d Jin Pitts. They shot him
t.' *.: Zh1 l'dy five times and then
ei trt rom ::r to ear. bpesides to
i......n..ev....I her *rians cut~sabout Ji
th : Th trouble' arose at
a pav. Al whi.t. .,
\ terrib- muror was comnitted on
the line (ofe outhern railw ay. about
1miles fr&mI Brunswick, da. The c
minardrId mon and the murderer are all in
nmegres. The two killod were- Henry av
Boll and Jim Jackson, s' ber and indu
tril-us negr jes, while Henry Williuns.
the slaver, is a turpentine farm worker
of bad repute. Williamis was engaged sh
in a ou:-rel and 'ell and Jackson were. w:
attenipting to quiet aifairs,. when Wil
li:mns turied on the wouldbe peacemak- ed
ers and shot them both dead. The mur- sv
derer escaped. t
North, Ea-t, West and Foreign News. fo
A lire in Riutherford, N. J., destroyed
half a d zen buildings. Los. 81(00. th
E.x-.enat r Allen G. Thuriman died
at his residence ar C lumlus, 0.. of the
g 1ml debility of old age, ending in
John A. Goldsmith, the notnd turf- H,
nan and the miani who bro ught out ut
Golusmith Maid, died at his ionle iu g1
New YoIk. all
St. Louis has be-n selected as the
place for holdng the next Republican
national convention and June 16 named
as tho date.
Senator Don Cameron of Pennsylva- nX
nia has announced formally that he b
would not be a candidate under any cir
cumstances for re-election. te
Dispatches received from Havana an- C
nounce the arrival there of six trans- in
ports with reinforcemenits of Spanish
troops for service in Cuba. Po
The Grangers' Bank of California, S
one cf the oldest banks in San Francis- .0
co. is about to go into voluntary hiquida- g
tion, and has closed its doors. Ig
At Los Angeles, Miss Emma Sarah ca
Childs, eldest daughter of the late
Ceorge W. Childs, was married to John
Wilbur Dwight of New York.
Great excitement has been caused es1
among all classes by the discove- Of a at
conspiracy to overthrow the Spanish st
rule on the island of Porto Rico. sh
Hiram Hillard. a Baptist preacher, de
$:2 years of age. cut his throat and then of
jumped eover a high bluff at Golden, pl:
Mo. Poor health was the cause. IlI
U. S. Br-ek, well knownm as a special e
attorney of the bard of trade, coninit
ted suicide or ws acidontallv asplhyx- M
iated in his room at Omaha, Neb. cr
The H:imburg-American Steamship su
company has decided to ertaiblishi a reg- an
ular steluner service between New York If
and Brazil, commencing in January be
The queen in concil at Windsor f or
mlly proaued parlianment until the ,
midW il* of Febrainiy, wh":m it vwill meet g
f-:r the transa'ction of governmecnt bus
It is repo rted on good authority that ies
the' Prine of W:ds nmadlo an en:rmnous ne
lot a mow whea the S. uh African pre
mi.....mrket was at its heighit a few ke
Fir at.u.. Monnmuth. Ilis., destroyedi the
sh -os of the \'etir Plmw comp~an~y. Lis, ''
M00.000; full e cove red byv insurance. E
hree hundre'd men are thrown out of
Harry H::yward was hanged at Min- ii:
neap)olis for the murder of Cathecrine be
Gingr. He '-emiained cool to the last, his
last words being: '-Pull the rope tight; tri
I'11 stand pat." prn
A dispatch from Rome, Italy. an- go
nounces the deathn of Cardinal Paul b:
MIelchors. H~e was a German by birth, pe
was borni in 1813 andI was created a eri
cardinal in 18s5. dl
Robert Fitzsimmons has declined to
sign articles for a fight with Pete! a
Maher for Dan Stuart's $10,000 purse. m
He says his terms are a -$20,000 purse
and a $.->,000) side bet.
Judge Murnhy has fixed Feb. 21. A'
1556, as the date~ for the executioni of 42
Teodore Durant, convicted of the maur- ve
der of Miss lUlanche Lamont at $an 3:
Francisco in Apr41il last.00
Grant Hiibbs sh t himself twice in the
head anId stabbed.' his wiieC tenl timies. of
iot :ne fatally wounded. The aiiair
occurred at their home. iour miles from 81i
Dexter. Dallas countyv. :ia. ti
At Zan sville. 0.. Andrew W. Kim- in
bles phuint . ' r the mamfatur (oar.
rig- geas -bur-ned t > '"rom m' as
th- zesult 4'r a lime of unkn-1 \', or.1n. .
The his is $10,000 with -1->,0 insu -r-tm
The Erie railway, the N ew York,
Pennslvania anid Ohio amnd the Chica
go and Erie railroads arc to be united
under one nmnagership as one great be
trunk line between Chicago and New de
The American univerfity has just i
completed an agreement with the boardi w:
of counsel of the Temperance Educa- ek
tinal association by which the latter a
agees to secure and trausfer to the uni- w:
ersitv $250,000 on conition that there p
hall be inaugurated, as one2 of its deC- st
r~rments, a college of scientifi tem
The Durhess of York has given birth
: a son and both nmother and child are
oing well. This is the see amd child (If
:ie Duke and Duchess of Yo:rk. Their C
rst offspring, Edward Albert, was born
une 23, 1894.
Hon. Edwvard McPherson died at G-t-ti
yhu-g, Pa., fr m an 'verdos o'~''f nux M
camia. which hie taok i-c mtimae. I11
w an ex-numiber of congress aundeclerk d
f the house of representatives dluring
L 'rd Dunrav-en will sail from L'jndon
fr New York on Wednesday in order
to assist the commiittee of the New
York Yacht club in its investigation of A~l
the charges brought by his lordship sa
Escaping gas and a lighted lamp in e
the e-ter reom of the Citi-tns' Gas c-om- B.
pany at Buffalo. N. Y., caused a terr-ific int
xmsion. Two mecn. Denna~is Hutch.
noean in the woriks, andi William
M.aun1ig, alaborer, we-ra fatally burned. in
H. Lants, '( at; s0 ears. a travellingn
ruan of Buifalo, N. Y.. was fun dei~ (uad 1
it a ho tel in Fort W\ayne. Ind. ie wa's I
utiringi' fru mt tohache andl purctha 1d
--um'dan to alleviate the pin.i It i
iu'"p'sed that he too4k an overdose of
h Iei' dra and it pr-oved fatal
Dr. Lvi Keehmn, late p stmai-ster of 18
Mifrd. Ind.. together with huis wife, (ou
wa '--nek hv a tramin (n thme Baltimore emi
ad''1i -t' Svra-us-, Ind.. ad in- re'
badlyV injurled that she cannmot rmer . h
Tw mn were the onlly mi..urniers at -
Wuodlawn cemt'ry, New Y rk (ity, mi
It time funu-ral servi-ies over the b dy of thll
Alxnder- ( lIke. a :m ma wh' 'fw Ti
ears ag' was kow 'in i euv l'y Eu pin"
rapital. 1o the civil wvar hi' was an n'ted ye
blcado i-unner and establishe-d quar jan
es~ at Wimtnm . N. C.m
he Nomination of Peckham to
Be Associate Justice.
.SO SPRINGER, KILGORE, STUART
c Day's Work In Both the House and
enate-Oath of Offce Administered to
Ir. Price of Louisiania-Several Resolu
ions Passed-Bonds to Do Issued Unless
WASHINGTON. Dec. 10. -The senate
diciarv cominittee has rep:rted the
,miuati: of Rufus W. Peckham of
W York to be associate ju.stice of the
prenl ecurt' favorably. which insures
The judiciari-v ccmmittee also agrees
report favorably the nomination of
dges Springer, Kilgore and Stuart.
The chief intcrest in the senate pro
diings centered in a speechl of Senator
(Tr:n of Alabama. chairman of the
nnittee on foreign affairs, delivered
the afternoon on the Behring sea
Scnat 'r CaffIrv of Louisiana, who
is ro-elected at the expiration of his
-rt term for a full term of six ye~
i-- ,worn 1ll.
The first bill of the session to be pass.
was one granting the state of Penn
lvania a permission to occupy the
nited States court rooms at Scranton
id Williamsport during certain months
r a perio( of five years.
Mr. Cullom of Illinois gave notice
at he woul(l address the senate Tues
.y on the Monroe doctrine.
The first business proposition brought
rward in the ho'use was a bill by Mr.
:pkins (Rep., lls.) to amend the stat
e fixing the customs district of Chica
so that the district would embrace
t,'f the states of Illinois and Indiana.
r. H -kins explained that the bill was
the interest of the smelters of Auro
who desired to be able to pay the du
on Canadian ores at the port of Chi
o. At present, he said, Aurora was
t in the district. The bill was passed
The oath of ofiee was then adininis
red to Mr. Price (Dei., La.) who had
t been pr-went at the previous meet
ts of the house.
A rcsolution was passed for the ap
intnicat of three new assistants to the
perintendent of the document room
was a resolution for the appointment
Isaae Hill of Ohio, as a deputy ser
ant-at-arms and the three other em
>yes agreed upon by the Democratic
LMingston and Venezuela.
The Venezuelan question divided with
% committee appointments the inter
of the house. A little talk was cre
d by the statement that Mr. Living
m o)f Georgia, thinking congress
ould not be kept waiting until Presi
nt Cleveland's return to be informed
the econutts (of Lord Salisburv's re
-, would introduce a resolution calling
n Secretary Olney for the correspond
As this would be. a rather unusual
>de of proceednre several influential
nbers, both Republican and Demo
itie, suggested to Mr. Livingston that
:h a resolution might be construed as
n"ot of discourtesy to the preside'tt.
Mr. Livingston finds this sepion to
general he will abandon his inten
Mdore Bonds to iI-Isued soon.
he statemir-nt is made by persons
in are among throse best qualifind to
:::" thatt in the' alemice of le'islation
reliev- the Saonni situ:stiona a bond
no is; alt: -*ther pr bale within the
x few maiths at the farthe-t. The
-senit conm.:tion of the i'xchiange mar
t. and th-e' emailerelal situation g.'n
ly. it is :aid, p"int uanmistakably to
ither lar;:e exports of gold. and. with
t somethinlg is d -no to prevent the
nal heavy exports du-inz ..an:n-ay
d Februaryv, whioh for the l.ast two
ars haive fo'rced the issue of b)onds to
nun) the depleted gold reserve, a sim
r situatin will confront the treasury
fore the New Year is far advanced.
hie available cash balance in the
-asury, includinig the reserve, is ap
2imately, 8175.500.000. and as the
vrnment has realized from its three
ud issues about 81:22.0f0000, it ap
rs that but for these issue.; the gov
unen~lt wo-.uld no0w be without one
lar in the treasury, and in additioni
uld have outstanding obligationus
iunting to about 66000,000. In the
'antimne the excess of expenditures
er rec-eipts amount to about $130,000,
). The exports cf gild during the
:t four months have been as follows:
iust. $1 6.267,000; September. $17,
L.000,000: October, $2,1G5,000; No
mber, $1 c.000,00I0; (luring December.
.000. Making, a total of 855,790,
Sofar this calendar yeair the exports
cil amo unit to about 85,000,000.
[n 50 I the exp rts am.- outed to $101,
(,02. Fr-an the best information ob
.nable it is believed that thie pros -nt
'th will, show a surplus of at leaI.t
0,, 00.~~ whih will leave the dfI~ it
the fiseal year t ' Jan. 1 about 15;. -
).01. It is expect'ed that this a'mouit
11 n tibe maiterially incres- duin
aremiaiing iimnth of the fi.-cal year-.
ound the Dead Body of a Young Man.
XTHENs, Ala., Dec. 10.-News has
m received here of the finding of the
td body of a young man in the Ten
tsee river at Lucas ferry, about 12
les southwest of this place. The body
15 discovered near tihe bank, and was
thed in no'thing but a knit shirt and
air of socks. A red handkerchief
s tied around his neck. The man's
k was broken and thlere were black
ces over his eyes as if he had beca
uk. A silver ring with the initials
. S. J.,"' was on one of his fingers.
ere is no clue to the mystery.
Kick by a Cow Proved Fatal.
~ORKvLLE, S. C.. Dec. 3.-Mrs. A.
dy, oneC of the most estimable of
rkville's ladies, died at her home in
s pilacet. The immediate cause of
.s. Cody's death was an injury re
ved last Wednesday by being knocked
wnm by a c'w, though at the time it
ts thought that she was not danger
A Pioneer Dead.
EsAs5A Crry, Dec., 3.-Edward H.
len,. age(l G.5 years, a pioneer of Kan
City, fo r ten years president of the
ird of trade, and an ex-may'ior, is
:0d. His father was tile late 'Josiah
Allen1, ai manli of conlsiderale prom
:e 'in Conunecticut and UOhio.
Ehe D~uckw' rth club (Dem. of Cini
uti i as passe a reso'lutin 'i nd'rs
tee-larains o'f Pr-siient Ch-ve
alo ore d-ctriins.' '1e 'ent
1-ra to Gr veirn'r McI~.hinley as.k
''''-t ()i' vs luntr rm infatry to
\. ilib uist ings expediti'on whos;e aim
Staki:: the: g'vernmnnt of Venez1Cela
of the. hands of President Crepo
. tO free that country fr'om the fin-an
1 and connereial distress w hich the
olutioniusts claim have diven' tI the.m
1 their co untrvymen to desperationl,
. -aieds fromi New Yurk.
,ewVs cones from the Coloraido desert
ninig camp of Pieneho, near Yuma,
it Mary Thurman, daughter of Judge
urmaniil, has madeob the richest strike
wni in any of theC de(sert eanips for
mi-s. he0 w~as pro)spectinig in the hills
I found a gold vein that promises to
l he. n hQanna nnaan
The demand for Carpets has not been
The latter numbe
In Bkod Brussels and Tapestry we are
of samples of Velvets, A
In OAPE S
Our success bas.far i
weekly. Our prices
varied stock already
And they are such excellent vi
No. 86. -A very neat double ca
No. 126--BvautIfully triimmed ii
No. 816-A black beaver cloth, h
We have a few of those Silk N
OU R T)
Have been the wonder of every one wl
superior to the good
except at a sa
The $4 60 Grade at $3 '
3 60 Grade at 2 7
We have- no special days for the r
but we would urge early selections c
While we mae this special annoV
fact that our &tock is complete in ev
MANmIN, s. C.
Do not~ fail to call an~d look over our
ClISTrMAS GOODS. You will find TO~TS,
ASES, CHIINA LUPS and SAUCER$,
P110 ") FR AMES. ...
IF YOU WISH A HAM
Baming Sty is ai Smiil Shapes.'
Gur endeaIver is to k.i an
We emy a (o:Ile- L-te of -
Feat hers, Flower's,
We also carry
Men's and( Boys' Underwear
hats and Caps.
GIVE US A CALL.
If so, buy the
*li Th beslt s't tone4
orn ;requires less dressing ;gives 10S8
trouble ; makes better maeal, and cost less
money than anty mill in the worble
Next is our
n~1e~ ' The only .ml in the
one operation, take rough rice,, hull, clean
i polish it ready for market or table.
PlatainalRd Other Saw MiIIs
Bottom Factory prices.
V. C. BADH AM~
KNIG1IITS OF PYTHIAS.
DA~ )\MON LOD)OE No. -
meeuts everv first and third,
T hursday 'nights. Every
ember requetd to at
tend r..gubirly and promhpt
- v. Visiting' brothe~r al
ec.'.J. Hi. Rou;a, C. C.
O./ 0E. WiuC!n.
K. of R1. &. S.
__~C V! ~PA L
__ AD e
Blankets and Capes.
op to our expectations, and if price is any iuduccimnt, we are determined
bew, and quote you the follow: :g r::ductios:
30c, now 17 1-2c.
40c, now 27 1-2c.
Ingrains-former price 50C, now 37 1 -2c.
- Ingrains-former pice65e, now 47 1-2c.
r is an all-wool - cellent vaie.
closing out our 65c and 75c grades at 47.-2.. We carry a complete line
.x insters and Body Brussels, wiiich we- are sclling at very close
d can guardntee the delivery of Ciem in a week.
mxeeded bur expe'etations. Or-stock in this line has been replenished
have been.the'talk of thre uid ebutnry. In addition to a large and
on band, we ha-ve
Eceived About 50 Garments,
dues for the price, wNTe cannot av0i min special mention of them.
pe, trimiaed with braid well wor:h > a: ....... .... 13
i braid and two rows of if ' d U :..'. -----------.......... - IN
and.Knely tritumed in rai - and i .jt -t $ I.. r price.... 10
6lvet C-1pes left, that we will close OuL at -.30-for iir price -5.00.
kR H EL BLANE TS
o has seen them. Only oue rcxdiet-lat excelluit values. They are so
s of Northern manufacture, that we cannot ull the latter
rifice, which we have decided to malie as follows:
0 The $4 00 Grade at $3 00
5 *" 250 " at 175
Ihe $2 26 Grade at $1 50.
le of these goods. Our frientds are welcome to them as long as they last,
s they will not stay long at prices quoted.
ncement of Carpets, Blankets, and Capes, our friends ust not forget the
ary department, and a large and competent force of salenen ready to
SHEPHERD SUPPLY CO.
- 232 -MEETING STREET,
State Arg nts for the Salo of
W olesale dealers Evreno~i zd-aI imaat o
tvs, / AATin Plate,
Tinwares, She irn
Galvanized Gutter and Rainwater Pipe in ten leet
We Manufaceture TOBACCO BARN FLUES and Deliver
Them Freight Prepa.id to Any Station.
22 Varieties of Oil Stoves and Oil Heaiters.
Percival Manufacturing Co.
WP RC-..'A_ _ _
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
478 to 486 M~EETING ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
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Birthday, Wedi ali nhistas Presenits
-WATCHES, DIAMONDS -
Fine KNrive. Sci--ors ant ]Ramrs. ?.Iachine Nee.1ies,et
AllI r epa ir i ing : gr .ad
Preside-nt. . fIanag.r. Se cretary andTreasnure.
SUCCESSGiRS UF1BOYD) U~ BRTHERS,
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No. 195 EATBAY,
MANNING *' AOADEMY .
MRS. E. C. ALSBROOK, Principal.
Thirty-second se'-ion be gi ns Sei '- . N r r colege or busin;ess.
Co-eduational. Entgish, .Lin1, Frn1 G k-p n;: Cash n iesEocutijon.
Art and '.'\i reguiL.ryi ::ht. Ti e lf~ ;ieda!s awardel d. T!uiion~ f
CLARENDON'S HEADQUARTERS IN SUMTER
For Honest Goods and Popular Prices Is
Elegant Goods and Most Splendid Attractions
Investigate the golden opportunity our new
stock affords. We simply ask you to come
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 sent on application.
The largest assortment of Dress Goods
Dross Uoods Ur ever broght to this city now open for your
inspection.' This line includes the newest, latest and most correct
.styles in cheviots, Scotch effects, two-toned silk and wool, Eaglish
covert cloth, with smoother weaves,'black and dofestic dress goods.
Shoes for Men. - Shoesfor Ladies.
Shoes for the Little Ones.
Shoes for Misses. Shoes for Boys.
In this departmeni ivill be found laces, ladies'
UI IIUIo and gents' handkerchiefs in Lice, silk and cotton,
in all sizes, colors and styles, and at the lowest y*rices; hamburgs,
. thread, needles, pins, soaps in all. the latest styles and fshions;
bair-pins (plain and fancy), perfumes, towels, white and colued bed
spreads, doylies and bcsiery for men,. ladies and childreo in all
styles, colors and sizes, and at prices to suit all; underwoar, hats
(trimmed and untrimmed) for ladies and inisse.s,.all the newest and
best desigus; velvets, satins, ribbons, and many other notins.
Low-Priced Clothing for Men, Boys and Children
'Best lour. 'Best Bacon.
-Best and Cheapest Canned Goods.
When you visit Sumtereall and see us and make
our store your headquarters. Polite and at
tentive salesmen always in attendance. No
trouble to show goods. .-Call and. examine our
goods and prices before purchasing .elsewhere.
- ~Come earhy and avoid the rush. .. . .
Highest Prices Paid for Cotton.
STRAIGHT - BUSINES&!
Come and See U~s and Let Us Talk Straight Business
We havc one of the largest stock of goods ever brought to this
town, and they were bought to sell.
Give you something to eat ? Then 'you bit us at our strongest
point. But it is impossible to try to tell yo~u here what we have,
but you will find everything, froni a soda cracker to barrel ofe
molasses in our grocery department.
Everythiing fresh and of the very best quality.
"White Dove" Brajnd Hamis
"00ok1 Medal " :Flour,
and Fine Coffees. .
-Are our pets.
Our lin~e of tobacces and eigars is compile te. -
Ladies. Your Attention!
Dress goods in
Sateens, . -
Eiderdowns, Etc.. .. . . .
In fact, wve can furnish you any goods you need.
Dry goods have gone -up sincewe bought, but we will give our
ecistomers the benefit of ourearlY purchases.
Ribbons, laces, triinminlgs and buttons and gloves in large
)tir Gent's Furnishing Goods
Department is full. Ready-made clothing to fit anybody's back'
and pocket-book. Large line of pant goods in bolt.
[low about Shuoes?
Now you are talking. If we can't fit and ptease you in footwear
you will have to go barefooted. .We've got 'em.
rops are goodl ?
All right. Then you will want bagging and tics. We have
warehouse full and will make prices right. They must be sold.
Want to Sell Your Co ttoni and Cotton Seedl
Our scales are at the back door, and *ve will give you the top
tigure. Haveu't time to write more, but. want to see you before
you sell your cotton or buy your goods.
Yoursx for Blusines,
J. W. cLEOrD.