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TESIII OF Th31N
Alleged Slayer of Guldensuppe
Tells His Story Again.
SAYS HE DIDN'T FIRE FATAL SHOT
Harber Charges Mrs. Nack With the
Butchery-How the Difierent Parts of
the Victim'. Body Were Hidden-Eni
deuce introduced by the Defense Unft
For Feminine Earq.
N w YoRu. Nov. 29.-Word was
passed around among the women whc
appeared at the Queens county court
house to seek a-i ission to the Thorn
trial that much of the evidence the de
fense would introduce would be unfit
for polite ears. The result was that
only three women were among the
spectators when Judge Maddox re
opened court for the trial of the al
leged murderer of Guldensupoe.
Before Mr. Howe began his openiug
address John Gotha, the barber. way
recalled. Howe asked him if he had
ever been an inmate of an inebriate
asylum at Fort Hamilton. The witness
Mr. Howe repeated the question. pro
nouncing each word with deliberation.
Gotha thought a moment and then ut
tered an emphatic no.
"That is asl that I want of you." said
the big lawyer. and Gotha left the
Then Howe began his address with a
declaration of Thorn's inuocen:e, sup.
piemented with a terrible arraignment
of Mrs. Nack, who was denounced as
the real murderer of Guidensuppe.
I horu on the tand.
The defense called several witnesses
to testify as to the prisoner's good char.
acter, and after a short recess Thorn
was put on the stand to testify in hit
Beginning with the statement that he
came to America 17 years ago, the pris
oner briefly related the facts of his life
up to the time he met Mrs. Naek 1
months ago. Guldensuppe was boarding
with Mrs. Nack at that time.
"I rented a funuishwd room from hez
n eek said Thorn. -Later l
understood Guidensuppe was her hus
band. She first made love to me and ]
returned her love. I was very fond of
her and loved her up to the moment she
took the witness stand on my first
The prisoner then told how he sup
planted the bath rubber in Mrs. Nack's
affections. and described the row he had
with Guldensuppe in consequence last
February. During this row Gulden
suppe caught hold of him. Thorn held
a revolver, which went off accidentally.
Then Guldensuppe took the pistol from
him and gave him a beating. The pris
oner left the house and went to a hos
pital. Mrs. Naok met him afterwards
very often and they went to the theaters
and other places of amusement. She
said she was sorry Guldensuppe had
hurt him, but that he must not heed
Thorn, at the suggestion of his coun
sel, then told in his own way what Mrs.
Nack had said to him after that. The
- court directed Mr. Howe not to lead the
'lhoy Rented a Cottage.
"Mrs. Nack told me," said Thorn,
"that she wished to leave Guldensuppe
and wished to live in some quiet place.
We visited the Woodside cottame and as
it seemed a suitable place we hired tne
cottage. I paid $15 and got the key.
"On June 24 I gave the key to Mrs.
Nack. as she said she wanted to do some
cleaning at the cottage. About 11 or 3:i
o'clock on .Friday morning.,j June 25.
Mrs. Nack met me at the door. She
said: 'I have Giudensuppe up stairs. I
asked her what he was doing there.
She reolied: -He is dead. I have shot
him.' 'She then requested me to help
her dispose of the body. I went up
stairs and helped her to undress the
body. We carried it to the bathtub. I
sent out and bought some plaster of
"When I came back she began cut
ting up the body. She cut the head off
with a knife. When she reached tLe
back of the neck she cut through that
portion with a small saw. She then cut
through the middle of the body, and I
-then asked her why she cut it so, and
she replied: -1 know enough not to cur
through the bowels.' Next she cut oll'
the legs, after which she went out for
a while, as it was very warm in there.
On her return we encased the head in
the plaster of Paris. We brought away
the dead man's clothing~ in a bundle and
I carried the head in another bunde.
The saw, knife and head were in toe
bundle of clothes. I took at car to t::2
Ninty-second street fe-rry, over wh:#
we crossed to New York. I threw rume
head overbaardi while the boat was cross
ing the iier. Then we went to~ 21:r
Nack's hotse on Ninth aveimue, where
she burnedi the clothies ini aex::
Disposin:r of the mtemain<4.
The w~ns then told of t::e surrey
drive on the followin:: day. SMrahy,
June :.i. an' the d:sp~osition o: the o:hmer
portions of the reamainis wicnm weto
wraptued up in oil. cheese ciotim a:zd pt.
per,~ which~ Mrs. Nack had purchase i
urior to her visit to thme cotta;:e on J une
25, the day of the kuiling.
Thorn sold of his meetings with thme
woman after this and how Mrs. Nacz
had made preparations to go to Europe.
Mrs Nack met him on Wednesday night,
June 30, and the following dae he
learned from the papers that she had
He exr'iained his conversation with
Gotha. He said that he had told Gotha
that Mrs. Nack killed Guldensuooe and
also told tho barber how the body was
cut up and disposed of. He told Glotha
of his intention to give himself up to
the olhce, but Gotha asked him to
wait." He gave Gotha some pawn tick
ets and made appointment to meet him
the following night. Thorn kept the
appointment and was arrested. Durinit
his conversaiu with Captain O'Brien
Thorn said he told the detective some
truths and some falsehoods.
During the time he was giving this
direct testimony Thorn looked direct at
the jury. He spoke clearly and dis
tinctly, although at times his voice
dropped to a rather low tone. He use~i
very good English with only a shghtr
trace of a German accent. His direc;
examination lasted three-quarters of an
hour. Surrogate Weller conducted the
Gin and sawallti iHurned.
GREENSBORo, N. 0., Nov. 2 1.--The
ginhouse and sawmill of J. M. Mc
Adams, at Sier City, south of here on
the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley rail
road, have been destroyed by fire, a
match in a bale of cotton starting the
blaze. Twelve bales of cotton were con
sumed. The total loss amounts to about
$2,000, with no insurance.
Chinese MerchantsiL Combin~e.
Six Fastcisco, Nov 27.-The Chron
icle says the Chinese merchants of this
city have combined to suppress the nu
mercus highbinders societies. These
business men have formed a comptact
not to sr,bmit to further blackmamil, and
without their usual inco:n.a the high
binders will proceed to leave the city or
go to work.
Aiabama; short on : -k
Wasmso-rTox, Nov. 27. - There is
quite a flutter among the clerks in the
treasury departnment crer the publicat
tion of a table, prepatred under the in
strucionis of Secretary Gage, which
shows the number of clerks each state
has in the treasury department, and the
number each state is entitled to. Ac
cording to the table Alabama has 42,
anA~ n ttltr60
DIAMOND RACKET STORE
We will sell a consignment, consisting of all kinds
of Fancy Box Papers, Tablets, &c., at less than manu
_ BOX PAPER.
((t l.xc: papeor, 5.25 I c ... 1ia_" ng pitt. n: c i . !.,
300 lrxs, r:;. nilar i e' 15t'.. S!. br23e.
:ii0 l ' e:.:irt i: aii- ':-t:aent. caor.l1, pla'i 2 U ltxc,. L:in X i. ,1. m l ll.?11: .
an)., 1-01 ~'. 10 two for 2--.
25-t box .:s .oI~tc1. coe 1,t plmi n aiti 23:) h~x1 ".1. Iaoiil1 :1!1 tIe co" ,I' ot 111l"
ruled, le. rair.'w. 1
2Ebx. ::Nior el, c , .o or , pl. Bet Ic:1 l c iap,:r 7(.
.0 Carnaton 0n t l., 4c. 1)ui-ng l p hte .G elo, 1: an, .. '
i:O 'L ~ip I~"7 t*tli h-: ') Laves, 4e. O:) e L )u:4 4 I-a' :3c.
100 Irish linetfl t .o te sUL ? Sc. Ironm Sc.
144 coJ'otO ion.. t~Oile. stiff b)oard cove.. 4'. Divil 's :n I; icr S.
" 0 CO~ p0o' tio 0. Itt. . pa.,cr cover. '!.'. 1 ~t (-10'., otblong 2. 3 andl -Ic.
10! boxeposmtio b .s L rti',u l n an . 4 r..
144 boxes crayon, as-orted colors, 7 in box. Eagle pen 1 -, wits robbr, ic.
rc 10. rE le n is . express 2.
144 receipt book ,. 4 tf. Graphite ilp.rl. 3c two for S
No0 paperc live quires. for lOc.
1 Itr's ni ae t abl , t te si z -alf, e2.7. Dailc' i:tid-ta:,e kil ttons, $2.49.
144 cot" oition 1,o ti!' -b'r tucs, 42 . D al ic.'s t i OC li:cnd-iiaidu sho. $1.:. o.
1 cm:.ie t io bo, pawe' Li rEvo e l ong 2. a n 1 . 23.
10v l e Coin toe, tan. $2np io Lbok.3t .E s huare l 7i n, c.
144 oxts Gcryolvear w c ots. 7in to l, bla I nc ls, wiotis. all sol. :e.
$e.4'. Ltd i. p:llg- shoes, e .
S reipt calf boo, all solG. (r hI toe, bla k I alit -love rain shos, fe.
N $1.2 . Ladies work shoc.* * c.
Gerits' ox lu t. Coin toe , $1.75. Boys' shoes, 7ta . tup.
Gents' ox bhcds. pointed toe, Si 57. Missebl' alcos. 49c up.
1e n's dres: shoes, black, l'8C. Babies' shoes. 2tc up.
Men's Iilaukee oil c.rainel, heand.sewed, FREE.-Wt e;cr par (t' shoes "ce
price elewhere :1.75, our price $1.29. give you a. pair of heel piatca.
TABLE COVERS AND RUGS.
C tliC table covers. 35c, elsewhere 7:. JIute r: . extra large', adSe . elsewhere $ 1.25.
i erle alle 0.tcovers. tl~e-. elsewhere $1. Lade', '-otnuetie ran-n. $1., elsewhere S$1.7).
Chienille table.' carers. $l.13.e! :(here $1.30 Large Syrna rug-, 2. elsewhere $3.
Sn:vrna mats.i: 3Se. elscwtre .5e. - Remnants of carpets so cheap yo't wvould
.Jnte rugs. *21l, elsewhere 50c. swear that inV stole thozo.
With everyL dollar you s'end we give von a box of paper.
With eLery two dollars an eleg a t box. Paper to sell and
pa toved tche. lo a 4v a shozen boxes.
"Acnll :fle tos 35u, patronsr 5. Jte pu etabirgc ate lsere o1.25.
thenihea ta! covecial elvweroa1. La. [hgete is Lo5 else were15
suora mcol , 3e, lsh er t cme: ls ea nt of ciearpetds epy o- ouldni
Jntoerus,, eo e wher 0e.i sweari !llg tit ac a stol the m llt.th
>.Wi2thi very( dOar- yosen weO giv-eyou bac bxofpaer
OWithw eery two ollar ban eleant bro. makper th elan
paer Otoati ivetyead athe ito burn. a4et a dzeboes
M~..a Sareet Nexte Dort.Lv wo. eithest OlSand,
Sumter, ' :'1 ~iA' he' :ti :! ja.S iiS . C.
lWe ( ireto orur patrons l and the '' publc'at clar, foti
weekcn smeL'l selale luesi'i inu C loth&ing .tt.StP. Deatmen't ..Iunder
he head yof at Spmecti Ovrot Sa! le Tee is~I no use wa'titing
bear Old rceat e toe intelbpepd for it hen i
docome. Ouria litock is larg9 to ag n Ovpet.
goo oarthe at s tee mavlusylw. S o. nt
No. 104-3Aen'sbea.ty Over- )n | 7lechvo
cvter lae a ht ot' Overcoat, veiveteen
pcoe~lla, sol stwther~ f o1,~ odca at $4
95 pcal sale price~.... U O- e' ml~ehv be el
No.10:-Aen's black ii Che:v-,seia rie ~L~
Keroe Overoat or rehuat OQ On lckChit
pryouI genalbu limsaeie, sae prices as
Nou 1v-31n's aecel abnde
blovercoat rieneral 72ly.3~-ti eae i
sold forh Overcoat,:thewbest
reia rl sl e rcia pie...
No 301 en's20-7..blac lNto. 1: e:a-Sen' boack t o u-lla
clay orste Overoats. ~ dfor threats,' main the 44
bet 10meiu wigt heais, week st.n
~~~~~~~desetcoat o thema et rcN. 2 -Y tlsIn see
facin. goo lini~s. ~ti88 Overcoa. satinh seeve
specialsaleprce... sell ial prc. I 6.43U
No.oat03r-dheed in prolerpron.
bluvereaverenc, veave C arns Ovelrcots.
icoletar qality lindga
farme coati atol), fncyil...~ihutcpe.Wehv
segcotto lead semst boenasothnaothee
pieelvhat lr cit eec'oemutaloaftbu
ohe special. silk sice. 20.....n iprc
v ou g1eanerall sp weiln f rm$.0ii) oi'O~)r b
cisale price ......... .. -- - um vo ietm ...
bresh t ofeduwih
o la' o f. he m arket Fr 'eh pt' ale.i
Dacing goodnns Dry '.,, oios
inglet qualityl lu.iglt li~i 11'brai i' hc
farer i ose , fanc~~.T IS lo aac flto
saie veve colr cham-l ) l
oi lpckt ilk sttc.. ... ..a i odt ete'w h
the ''$10lt()'l eaer, ' spcan A t c l]u tio asa 0cns
youtRh's- Ovreat szs 4
_ HERE WE ARE. a
- LEVI BROTHERS,
Our friends in Clarendon that w
want a continuance of the liberal pa -__
tronage the good people of Clarendon a
have always so kindly bestowed upon _
us, and in thanking them we desire a
to say that a great pirt of our success
in this busy market of Sumter is due :
to the people with whom we were
m brought up and who know us best. 3
- We are truly thankful for this mani- 3
festation of confidence and we can
assure our friends that we will guard 3
their good opinion of us with a jeal
.' The season is at hand when goods 2
will have to be bought, the Home a
and the Farm will have to be pro- 2
vided for. There never was a time in a
this country when it was more to E
0 one's interest to look carefully after :
Congress brought on a revolution 3
in the prices of manufactured goods, 3
C but being in a position to do so and 3
O with our usual watchfulness of tly a
interests of our patrons and our own
o interests, we grasped the situation
as soon as President McKinley called 2
O Congress together in extraordinary a
session. We knew it meant Tariff
and Tarifr meant a tremendous rise a
in prices. We hurried on and made
our fall contracts and the result is a
that we are able to compete with any 3
house in the State, in Dry Goods, a
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, and further 3
: we are paying every cent the market a
will permit for cotton.
Our Dress Goods Department +
Is a pleasure for any lady to visit; a
O there she will find a perfect line of
the newest Novelties and latest ideas. 2
The styles are models of beauty; de- 3
signs and colorings cannot be excelled. 3
We offer at prices surprisingly low; -
the greatest triumph over high prices 3
we have ever known. An examina- a
tion is all that is necessary to con- E
vince. The customer gets full value
for his money.
SHOES, SHOES, SHOES.
- The largest and best stock we have
ever handled and nowhere can better
bargains be had than at our store.
In this line we give the manufactur
ers' guarantee, and when you buy a
pair of shoes from us you get solid _
It is hardly necessary for us to say
anything about this line because it is 2
Sknown that we buy direct; there is ::
no middle man to share in the profits 3
Sand our customers can get anything
Sin the Grocery line from us and save
We want you to come to see us
Swhen you come to the city, and we
--noto only want to sell you goods, but .2
we w*ant you 'to sell us your cotton. 9
sUMTER, S. C.
Show Remarkable Progress Over Previous Sc
~-i THlE CLOTH IS W
.Absolutely Pure ~Woc
Chere isn't even a suspicion of cottonl, shloddy- or sho01
ifter the st rongfest chemical test. It is a beautifully fi
;olid Cassimnere, which will give extraor(dinaI ry 1
rnt a loosely woven. chleap cheviot.
Xre effectively des igned. including all the latest col
[he coats are linedi with real Ilalianl cloth of line qIualit
?rench shoulder facings of eassimelre and~ finished wit
atin piping. These are by far' the best suits we ha'
>ffered at 88. Tihey are madeC ill regulars, stoults an~d
o that most any size man ean be fitted.
ID. J. OHANLDLE
WU SSMLL& CO ,
One car of Flour at mill prices. Jelly, 5-lb. pails, 30c.: 0-lb. pails, $1
150 cases Tomatoes, standard :1 lbs. 2-lh. crocks, 15e.
$1 doz. Salmon. hOc doz.; Oysters, 1-lb. cans,
100 sacks Salt, 1O-lb. bags, 42 1-2c !0c doz.
sack. Pickles, 1 pt. bottles, 90c doz.
100 sacks Grits. 2 hu. bags. at $1.10 ,
sak Suar Lar and Bacon at Lo ri:
0 bees, best full cream. at 10 1-2e Dukes Cigarettes, $3.65 per 1,000; 10
101 boxes Tobacco, 22, 24, 2'and ::3c pkgs Cycle Cigarettes free with
per lb. each 1,000.
:50 boxes large Luimp Starch, 40-lb. Cycle Cigarettes, $2: American, Beau
boxes, at : 1-4- lb. ty Cigarettes, :1.65 per 1.000.
21) bigs Coffee at 8 1-2. 9 1-2. 11, 12 1 Good Cigars, :10 per 1,000, or 50 for
and 15pr 1 .1c.
20 ces r Corn, 2 doz. to case, at Old Virginia Cheroots, 13.60 per
ca.es doz-. on 2 t asa 1,000:; lbs. IDuke's mire(I Tobacco
Corned Beef, 1-lb. cans. $1.20 doz. fre
Corned Beef, -lb. cans. 12. doz. Old Glory Cheroots, $14 per 1,000; 1
English Baceon, 1-lb). cans, $1.2)) doz. niree at lamp free. CCeot, pr100
Potted flan. Beef and 1. a Tz. Cheroots,.911 per 1,000:
dtoz. Duke's mixed Smoking Tobacco, 28c
Soda, assorted1 cases. Austin, -Nichols lb
oa s o 4 . Bt Nattle-Ax plug Tobacco, 2c lb.
Nicsa, and Lemon raoker -at 5c
251h. pails fancy mixed Candy, at nl. Mixed Cakes. 6 1-2c ltb.
0 1-c lb. Ginger Snaps and Soda Cakes at
25-lb. boxes best stick Candy, at ec 41-2 lb.
:300 boxes penny Candies.25 kinds, 10o Can ship Crackers from factory de
pieces to box, at 40 and 50c box. livered at above price.
We would be pleased to have you call and see us or send
us your orders which will have prompt attention.
CR SSWE LL& CO.
JUST THINK OF IT!
Having recently made a large Cash deal with the lock Hill
Buggy Company, I can now offer their high grade best open
Buggv for $55 and their best top Buggy for $70. These
prices are lower than ever before offered.
SUMTER, - - - - S.C.
HARNARE AND CUTLRY.
] We are nie strangers to the p~eole
I - of Clarendon ; they know us and our -
methods of doing business. We ex
___ tend a hearty inv-itation to visit our -
store. Our long experience gives us
a great advantage over our competi
tors and our patrons get the benefit.
Our stock is large and varied and our
prices are low. -__
We have added to our immense
stock of Hard ware a large line of___
Hnes a dles, Rubber and Belt
Great bargains in Guns. Pistols, etc.
Shells (oaded and empty) .
Engine Suppjlies, Belting, Shtc. d ___
44 R. W.DURANT &SON,
Sumter, S. C.
Iif1Uo1r br c ~ll Du d HDulel 81os--88 ru[.
~Percivai Manufacturing Co.
Doors Sash and Blinds.
748 to 486 MEETING ST.- CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sign of the Big Watch,
som m = , s. C.
asons. ----A BIG LINE OF- -
~ Birthay, Weddiag and Ohristmas Presents
- WATCH ES, DIAMONDS --
tqock ~ ~-. Fine Steriing Silver Clocks, Optical Gods,
Fine Knives, scissors and Ranzors, Maebine Needles, etc.
AU rep:iring guarainteed.
1THEC AROINA GROCERY COMPANY,
Successors of BOYD BROS.
THOMAS WILSON, President.
b. wide, A.NT --
-e COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
195 East Bay - - Charleston, S. C.
OFFICE C1 NTY tI-SITERlVISOiR. ~ : - 5:intenidetut lucation,
* M-1 i' ~r. ~ ::. --'I L i nt urher nutice I will be in m n office
of businiese:. T1heother djays of th:e week I spent in visiting the '-eboms.
will be out of my (Alice attending to roads W. S. ICil3oUR~G.
and bridges. T.~ C. OWENS, Supt. Education, C. C.
2. Coniv Supervisor. JManning, S. C., Feb. 1st 1897.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Ca . n- , S. C., 'doay1 1), 1,97.
On and ate r i th .s .i 1 u f otllwwg
NORTHA' \STEN 1RAILROAI).
Lv Florence, .35 . .04 P.
Xr Lanes, .4 .
Lv Lanes, 448 1.15 7.52 P.
Xr Charie.ton, .2o 1..5:5 9.25
-78. '32. '5?.
Lv Charleston, 5.:30 A. 5.o P. 7.00 A.
Ar Lanes, 7.05 m:36 s.2f
Lv Lanes, 7 (5 G.3;
Lv Kingstree, 7.23
Ar Florene., 5.25 7.55
'Daisy. DayIv excelt S)undLv.
No. 52 runs through to ColumLia via
central R. . 1 S. C.
Trains Nos. 78 and 32 run 'la Wilson
ted Fayetteville-Short Line-an1 m:al;ke
:ose connece on for alt points North.
Trains on C. & 1). I. it. !eave Florenc
Iaily exegt Sunday ).55 a m, a-rive Dar
lington :i.8 a in, Cheraw, 10.4 1 i ,
W ades'or) 2.25 p i. Leave Florenc.
iaily txcept Sun ay, 5.1) p in, ar:ve Dar
ington, 5 4 p in, Ilirtsv:lle 35 p Im,
B.:netsville 9.31 p m, Gibson 10 p mi.
Leave Florence Suindtv only :1 a m:, arrive
Darlington 1).27, Ilartsville 141.1(1
Leave Gibon daily excep)c Sun I.ty .115
on 7.10 a m. L.Iav - :rtsil' daily e..
spt Sundav G.30 a mii arri D.triington
7.15 a i, t-ave DaIIri tor 7.15 a ii, irv.
Eloreice 5.15, a m. L;::ve Ww ibr daily
'xcept "iatilliy 3 1) :, r 5.15 p nI,
Darlingtn 6.29 p i, arrive iiorence 7 p
i. Leave H.artsvill Sunda vOnly 7 a m,
Darlington 7.45 a m., arrive Io rentce' 8.10
1. i. ENLEY, JNO. F. DIVINE,
Gen'i Manager. Gen't Supt.
T. 3. EMERSON, Trific IManager.
H. M1. E1!ERSON, Gen'I Pass. Agent.
55. :3"l. 5J..
,v WVianington,4. . '
Lv .tarion, (.4.
Ir Florence, 7.25
Lv Florence, *.00 3.35 A.
r Sumter, 1.12 '.4u
Lv Suiiter, .15 935 A.
r Coln mi Lim, I0 s.5 10.55
No. 52 runs thiough f ro:u Chaileston via
eulrai 1. R., lea vmg Charleston 7 a :u.
Lanes 8.2x a in, Manning 9.05 a in.
5 5. 53. 32.
v Columbia, *.:50 A. *5.:5 P.
1r Snuter, 7.1 1.:35
v Sumiter, 7.1) '. 15 P.
kr Florence, 525 7.55
Lv Florence, 5 55
Lv :arion, 9 31
1r Wi!mington, 12 15
No. 53 runt thriiough to Chi .rle:(ien, S. C.,
iL ettad It. I., arrivig :!auuing 7.10
in, Lanes, 7.45 p im, Charle.,ton 9.2-5 p in.
Trains on Conway .ranch leave Chad
fonrn 10.40 a in, arrive Conway 1 p in, re
:urning leave Conway 2.45 p In, arrive
.hadbourn 5.15 p in, leave Chadboturn 5.45
Sin, arrive at Hub 4.25 p n, returning
cave Hub 8.30 a in, arrive at CLadbonrn
).15 a im. Daily except Sunday.
T. 1R. KENLY, Gen'l Manager.
1. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager.
[1. 31. EMERSON, Gen'l Pais. Agent.
CENTRAL R. R. OF SO. CAROLINA..
Lv Charneston, v0 A 1
Lv Lanes, S.!
Lv Greeleyville, .4
Lv Foreston, .4
, Lv Wilson' s .Siu. , 4
Lv Manning, 4 '
Lv Alcoln, 3
Lv Wt. A. S..lanet.,
* Ar Coin Ai 1 1.
Lv Colnil 8.40 "'
Lv\. Coin-bia. 10.5 -
Lv C3oumbi, 51 .M
Lv AIcolu, 7.0j1 -
Lv Mannig 7 10
L.v Wilson' Mill, .1?
Lv Foreston, 72 o
Lv Greeleyvlille, 74
Ar Lanes 7.S
Ar Charlest'un 4 23
MANCH E3STER~ &~ A UGUSTA R. l:.
Lv Sumiter, 4.49 A. '..
Lv Priva ti er .4 ".
Lv Pin"wo, 50
Lv Remini, 5.4
Lv~ Orangebu'' 5.7
Ar Denuarp., U 0
Lv Deniak i 55 P.31
Lv Orang,:butrg, 5.25
Lv Rei'uni, G;n;4;
Lv Pirnwoa'd, (3.14;
Lv Priaeer', (; 27
Ar Snoit, 0.40 .
- BR1OCKiINTON -
HAS A FULL LIN~i
Ice olid Soda Water
asd Milk Shakes
UP TO DATE.
DODRS, SASH, BL.INDS,
VIOULDiNC AND BIlDINC
, MATERIAL -
3ASH WEIGHTS AND
WIJNDOW AND FANCY
A SPECIALTY. __
Land Surveying and Leveling.
I w i do Sirveyi ng, Etc., in Clarendon
Lmd adjoning C'ounties.
Call at odtice or :'idlress at Samnter, S. C.,
2. 0. Box 101.
TOHN R. EAYNRWORTH.