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T. C. IRODINSON, Eid (or.
IbstritMon One Dollar a Year
Wt641 at the Post ofice it Plckens nit
T~UP DA Y, JAN. 24, 1806.
Tho' Colonial records have all
en transcribed in London by W.
. Saindbury and are now in pos.
esiou of the Secretary of State.
F. M. Mixon has been electe(
tate Liquor Commissioner an<
ill take charge about the lst o
ebruary, the expiration of th1
uartor with the dispensary.
The, news, that the cotton millh
re to com South, has aroused
10 citizens of Cohunleia to action
Ad they will have one of then in
at city. . The projectors havo al
ady secured an option on their
.ill site and the work on the build.
ig will soon be startod.
We have boon struck with i.h
icent activity of the Alliance in
ertain States. Why, or does
outh Carolina lag? We fear sht
oes; but. why? Tell us, if so,
rethron ; but don't all speak ai
ieo. CI't ve, too, arouse am
ut on new vigor and lifo?-Cut
Thio Stato Democratic Exeui ivt
ai mmttteo is called to meot il
'oiumbiia on the 5th of Fobrua ry
1,'ho object of the call is not stated
t is probably to considor the con
ittional Conveitioni. Thio Re
mblicans a re ac ivo and a Convon
.io1 of them is called to imecet ill
* XIo1umbia oi the 6th of February.
The farmers of South Carolina
aro more concerned aboit Ilina
-Iial and Political independene
tian about cotton flectories. Tiey
Mut first make thoImNSlves inde
in tiLes respoets boroO
1) their halids it- the ap
'f foreign capital for tho ,
.' irle of tle cot to,.---Cot
Some of h gold bug fawniig
tress (,f the eointry ovidently
:hink a farmier hias no businOs to
vrito about, much less have any
thing to do with politics. This
idea is porfectly natural to South
Carolina when the farmer so long
left h; intermest to the11 care and
hr ,1 such scribblers.-Cot
.jid. miiators of the
..re to p)lay an imuportanit parit
.1 tho cumiing fight over the0 con-*
alitutional convention. T1hey a re
to ontor actively into p~olics; to
.arouse their congroga tionse, and to
prepare for a hot campaign. They
have called a conlvention to ho
held in tis city of Fob.ruary 14,
Colunbia Register of the 20th
Secretary State Tompkins Mon
dlay issr'md acommission to the
"F.' V ,Manufacturing Comn
par' mulle, one0 of the
e 1h is to b.uildl a cot
. the Mountaini City.
.aI stock of the company
shares of$ 100 each. Thie in
.pjorators of the company are
Frank Hammond, F. WV. Poe, C.
H. Schwmg, N. C. Poe, Wmn. Wil
kins, HI. C. Markley, L,. W. Parker,
W. F. Beattie, WV. C. Cleveland, T.
Fire was discovered in the wes
Lern wing of the Columbia Femalo
College at 8 :30 a. mu., on the 18th
iustanlt, and threateneod to dostroy
the whole building, butt was~ soon
extinguished without much dam..
age. The most serious loss was
caused b~y water and thme confusion
in removing furniture and truuks.
Thie young ladies bechaved well and
no one was hurt. The building is
fully covered by insurance and
there will be no lcos to the insti
tution. The exercises of the col
lege were resiumed Monday, and
every thing is moving as smoothly
SThe Secretary of State is work
ing on papers that are to be used
* urray agamnst
or Col. John
et against D~r.
el in time Lati
est will begin
.mfoniy inl a few
*In1ne0 If' any
ut's district i
served in the
con ss n mrids district,
voting issadsuch thinge have
not yet been copied, and heoog
testiay not be pushed.--News anc
304 College Girls Run Foi
%holr Lives From Fire.
1EW$S*,A.Np'GOSSIP IN THlE PALMETTO
4an11l WAlliaas on the Warpat h at Cow.
(MnaO-New Telephone Line and
Electrio Itallwaay Project.
Other State News.
COLUMBIA, S. C., January 10.-About
5:80 o'clock yesterday morning, the Co
Lumbta Female Cellege building, one of
lbe oldest and most thoroughly
Iqulp)ed college structures in Carolina
was discovered to be on fire. The build
ing was damaged to the amount of 5,
100. iThe fire originated in the roof
3vgrlthe fourth floor dormitory of the
westrn wing and was difficult for fire
Lnento get at. It is supposed to have
been caused by a defective flue and to
iave been burning through the night.
It had great headway when discovered.
ihd young ladies, over one hundred of
Own, wero at "morning study" in the
jppel. - When the alarm was sounded
tlre was consternation, but the girls
were not panicky. Many of them lost
sL of their wardrobe, jewels, watches
&pd other ef'ects. They were all got
Lbey out of the structure and the citizens
astoned to throw open their homes to
HE WAS A TARTAR,
[ut was Finally Quelled, after a Despermte
SPAnvt~ntuo, .January 19.-Thurs
lay afternoon while a pissenger train
vitas standing at Cowpens, Landrum
Villiams, an intoxicated white man,
-ot off the cars and began to electrify
he vicinity by shooting his pistol in'
iscriminately and at random. A stray
ullet sit rck a man naied Aloore in
be hip a nd inflicted a painful but not a
anger us wound. About 10 o'clock
ist night Landrum was run down and
Iptlred after a desperate struggle. Ile
the harinie man who was recently res
ted from Deputy Marshal Ailler, and
an all-round bad ian.
NTERPRISE IN SPARTANBURG.
ow Telephone Line-An Electric Rallway
SP8ris~o . C., January 19.-It
said that Spartanburg will have a
,al telephone line and that the price
service will be reduced to $10.
Enough stock has been talcen to in
re the success of the electric railway
Clifton, and ears will be running be
'i'he fr.mers in this section have
opte(l the plan of paying their hands
a basis of the price of cotton next
i. They agree to give them the pro
mds from so many pounds of the sta
3ENATOR IRBY WELL AGAIN.
0 South Carolinian Too Weak, flow
ever. to Engage in Active Duties.
WVkAiisuoi'ro, Janulary 17.-Senator
by, of South Carolina, whose illineis
his home in thatt state was Wired
ne days ago, has returned to this
ty arnd is now at 931 ( street north
'est. lie was somecwhat improved
pon his arrival here and endeavored
> resume his duties at the capitol, lie
'ent up to the senate, but felt too ill to
akce patrt in the proeedings. lie did
iot Ihere fore, enter the senateechamber.
South ('nroliian Vlaned by Carlo.
WAulIixo-rox. Jhanuary I17.-Secretary
'arlislr yester'day filmed ,John F". Rloess
iur, of .:outhi C'arolina, $500 for' remov
ag spirit s from a bonded warehouse in
hie absencte of thme storekceeper,.
SOUJTH CAROLINA IN BRIEF.
Last Tluesday the United States senate
:mifirmtied the nomination of Robert S.
ink,,.to be p)otmaster at Abbeville.
Thme six year old son of Mr. Boennie
aec, who lives inear TLindal, was pain
ily, but not dangerously, burned last
-The Italian bark Fortunata, lying at
hiarleston, has been having quito a
kirmish wit I d(ispetnsa ry constables for
Judlge Simnonton, of the United States
ireuit court, recently signed a decree
ar thle let of the~ Asheville & Spartan
urg railroad. T.ihe sale will take
lace at Spanrtaniburg on 1'ebruary 15.
,lamies Philips, colored, dchargedl with
ggravaited assault andi battery, shoot
ig lUobert Simonsii, colored, in the side,
t Tueday.'s session, of recorder's court
t Charles;toni, was referred to T1rial
ulstice ( aillard.
Tlhie jury of inquest ont the bodies of
ohn azind Jaes M1itehelhl, the two( chil
ren wvho died last Suniday firom the ef
eots of pioison ing, att Charleston, was
eld Mfonday afternoon. Tihe~ verdict
f the jury was that the children came
a their deaths by poison adinistere~d
y the hands of Maggie lharroughs antd
A New Yorkc dispa tch say's: A par'ty of
,ortsmnen, member's of the Pahl netto
ub of South Carolina, with I heir
tests, left for Charuleston Monay~.
r a fewv d.ays' huinting upon the chibl
r'eserve, about sixteen mniles above
harleston on the Cooper river. Theu
reserve includes about six thousanud
cres of high land, forest atir nd mrsh,
hecre the hunting for deer', wild turi
cya., wvoodeaek and dusks Is exception
TO DEFEND AMERm A'S CUP.
lembers of the New York Yach~t Cilb 10
termlied to~ Ilhd a Camp lefendoer.
NEW Yon, January 19.--Williamn K.
'anderbilt, Comnmodht'e E. D). Mor'ganm,
nd C. Oliver Isolin, of .the New~ York
achit club, have decoided to bii a
acht to dhefend America's cup in the
>Imiing yacht r'aces between the New
ork yacht club and the Royal British
liladron. Mr. Iselin will he placed in
isrge of the cup defender.
*Failures for the W1eek and Year.
NFtv Yonmr, January 19.-Rl. t.- popp
Co's. report says: F"ailures this year'
January 10 were in amount of liabil.
i6* ,699,581, of which $1,133, 428 were
-. danufacturing, and $3,886,603 of
rading concerns. F~ailurmes for the
ieek,. halve been 878 in theo Unitedl
tottes agallast 407 last year, and 60 in
enhada against 48 last year.
Timd Beae Signe'd, Operations ilegaul,
NEwoAsterE, Pa., Janumary 21.-The
l) plate conmpany signed tglie sce t
*rday and the mill1 began operation
'altublo Aeqolsitlon to Roe's ht9dnetrie.
OjnE, Ga., January 2l.-Onie of the
rgest.of the eastern cotton mills will
fsly a 0 00,00 plant here,
Congressman McLaurin . ut
in a strong letter for Demo tic
unity. It is well writton and
spicy- His attack on the soc4T e
ring in this State is severe 'end
would be irresistable, if the con
ditions exist, which Mr. McLautiin
imagines. The letter of Mr. Me
Laurin is unfortunato for him and
will certainly not raise him in, es
imation of the Reformers, i nt
deed it seems ungratoful ii to
assail the loaders of the ;Thion,
which has been profuse in s t.o
him. The letter has the appear
anlco in appoaling the conservatives
for some remote favors, and hi
the will of a disappointed candi
date. It was altogother out of
place for one, who has enjoyod
the confidence of the Reformers,
and has been reworded for his sor- 0
CONfiEU SMAN LTIER .
Congressman Latimor is a work
or and is always looging at tho in
torosts of tho district. 1le mado
a capital speech in behalf of New
berry Oolloge. lo wants compen
sation for the damages done that
itstitution by the Federal soldiers
during the late war. Although
the claim is just and shou d be
paid, yet he was unsuiccesisf
Governor Evans is begining to t
carry oiit a programim whi h he
hopes will r'esult, in this SFAto be- t
ing well represOinted at the Atlanta
Exposition. In a fewdaysh wille
appl)oint throo mon fri oach i
county to work il) intorest in the
stato making anexhibit, and to so- E
euro oqin1bits from their counties.
IIe will also appoint a Sato com- N
Old Soath Caroliua--WIa4re w rin
Looking on from the outside of
the turbulont political arena of
r.cont times (if wo belioved ill
we lwlar Soo anld read froi hot hi
political parties) South Carolina ad
is perhaps the rottentest govern- oil
me0n that the whole civilized fa
world has been callod upon to ree- co
ognizo. The Tillhanlites tells us P,,
that all thu. antis and old ruIrs
irt a4 combiationi of costly sharip- .i
ers and ring rulers an1d the antis
tell us that the Tillmanitos are a
set of ignorant scoundrels ringed ir
in by a fow sharpers. Now the at
whole outside wvorld is likely to s
believe both these slanderous tales "~
wvhich places the wihole State be
nteath thle dignity of any respect- t
able people. Blut the large mai- v
jority of the whole pl)o1 of th( t
commnoimvoalth of the State know
that this whole tirade is a mun..
trous slander and1( a disgrace to
, eivr eitizen in t he St ate. "The <
|Old Stao"e' hass in its ibordlers to- I
'daly as good( blood andl as intelli- 1
gont men andl women as It ever
h'ud, and if we uiill Sp)ond( all the
onergy, pluck, money and labor
that we have beeni sponinig th le
last few years in trying to make y
each other believe that we are all
a set of rascal thieves and scound- r
rols, we .will soon see riso up in f1
every community, in every seOctioni S
of the wvhole State monuments of
industry in all its branches which C
will operate for the general good a
and credit of everybody. Stop ~
qluarreling with each other and go
to work. Spend all the vim and
energy that has hoen put forth mn i
political strife to improve the r
groat opportunities that are now
atfieredl to the South. Progioss am
means to go forward or upward I
andl revolutions never go back ward. '"
Every new law is conceded to b0 ~
ifhade b~y the majority of the whole
peCople and for the~ p~urplose of a
forcing the minority to s'ih)mlit to
the will of the majority, It is not
reasonable to sup~poso that any I
new law wvill please everybody, for C
if all agreed to a cha'nge in thet
law it would not he necessary to
make such a law, and anyonie who
is not willing to be governed by
the will of the majority of thec
white p~eople of the StLate is either g
better or worse than his neighb~ors f<
and I wvould advise all such to get i'
out to a more genial clime where ~
neighbors are few and far betwoon ~
and Bet up a kingdom of his own. 2
As for my part any law that the I
majority of the wvhito people0 of
the Stato think is best for thoem
will suit me. If they can stand
the change I will try to get thor~e
some howv. But when any party
tries to put thme negro and scala- ~
wvag over me to handlo my mail, a
and tax money and deal out law y
to me of any kind, I am the other y
party and I don't care what polit- e.
meal party it is namo4 After. Come
one and all of you and let us get
together anid use all our spare
time, money and talk in building
up new enterprises, such as small a
faetories, mill s, Qheese factories, t
canneries,wood wvorking shops,plow F
deeper furrows and not snob) long
ones, raise better cows and fewer t
of them, more hogs and less cotton, ~
hunt out all the good things in ~
your neighborhood and tell then
igroud as you go, and if no one
tells the bad thinga just let 'em
80-. It7ouantitell any good thmings
about' 76'r neighbors just ask ~
yournen to-tll you something a
g664f pighbrs.Huntfor the
y'4 0 W .g it.
WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED.
Happenings of Interest, Doancstle and For
Joseph W.. Haddock. governiment, director of
the Union Pacific, is seriously ill at Omaha,
John D. Itockefeller conflrms the report of an
agreement among iron oro producers to inain
The Arkansas legislature will ship a train
load of corn to the sufferers in the western
part of the state.
Ten fruit canning factories of East Baltimore
which have been shut down since October, will
Start up thlN week.
The Bhckeye Pipo Line company, of Findlay,
Ohio, posted ti advance of 2% cents a parrel
on Ohio oil Saturday.
The first trial of the now eight-inch Howell
torpedo was holId yesterday off Newport and
proved very successful.
Colonel James P. Martin, assistant adjutant- I
geticrai of the department of the Missouri, is I
seriously ill in Chiongo.
Superintendent Potter, of the Russell Mills
(Chlltonvlle, Mass..) has disappoared, leaving
a shortage of about $5,000.
The claiin is made that ex-Governor Pattison
Is ioligible for mayor of Philadelphia, having
a legal residence In llarrisbiurg. t
The Des Moines (lowa) chlief of police and
three subordinates have been suspended,
charged with protecting gambling houses.
An onston syndicate, represented by Emer- '
son McMillin & Co., of Now York, has bought t
the Grand Rapids gas works for $1,200,000. r
The Tuskegee negro conference meets at Tus
kegee, Ala., under the auspices of the Tuskegee b
Normal and Industrial Institute, Wednesday,
Edward Koch, a former member of the Clii
eago stock exchango, has been indicted for cn
bezzling $4,000 in stocks and cash belonging to
a former client.
The Denver polico board adopted a resolu
tion yesterdiay afternoori <irect ing tilo polico
to prevent the exhibitii f "living pictures" y
which they deem Indecent.
Aflidavits have been illed for the arrest of gi
f1ve direetors of a Fort Wayno (Ind..) electrio d(
road for the discharge of an emnploye becauso h
ho belovied to a labor organization. m
Ex-Comnmodore Smnith of tleC New York S
Yacht Club, has neevlLeI'd George (oultl's ofor
to take charge of the Vigilant in lite trial races
for the Anerica's Cul> defender next fall.
President Hill, of the Great North
ern, has sailed for Europe.
It is reported that Governor Ilogg will
start a (atily Papel' at. Dallas, Tex. ar
M. Meron 1 has been nmIi illated French th
vice consul at Galveston, Tex., replac- so
ing M. Glandut. ru
Work w'as resumned in six imines in
the Stundl(ay (reek Valley, near Glouces- ti
1er, 0., yesterday. th
Civil Service ComIissiioier Lyman is 1
.nvestigating the custom houses along cc
Ahe Texas border, st
The 150 striking miners of tile Big u!
Vein Coal company, at Alliance, ., lit
have resumed work. c
Ex-Senator Philetnus Sawyer has an
nounced himself it candidate for the
Wisconsin senatorship in t8.)7. T
The Vorlcingmen of Lynn, Mass., held
a mass meeting and pledged a generous
sum to assist the Hlaverhill strikers. I
F. Slater has received tile appoint- t
ment of general foreman of tile Chlicn- D
go and Northivestern at Vest Chicago. fit
()In iCcouint (if slack trade the Ameri
Nin Wire cmipany of Cleveland, 0., c
has clOSed (down, throwing 500 men out pc
of enmploymuent. tt
The nonnsylvani's new St. Iouis
lhilted will be put on Sunday, and it is
s4che1ditl to mace the run i about
''The prediction is made by responsi- '
ble oflialts that tihe anti-pass agree
mont adopted by the western lines will
have been resciuded by May I next. c
It is stated on good authority that 1
the Cincinnati, llhamilton and l)ayton
and the Queen and Crescent will jointly
build a union depot in Cincinnati.
The resignation Is annoumncedl of Geo.
T. Williams, secretary atnd~ treasurer of
the Union stock yards and transit comn
pany of Chicago, on account of his ill
The Pall Mall Gazette says that grave
fears for the satfety of tile Nansen arc
tie expedition are genleral amnong arctic
voyagers of Great Britain and Scandi
A sulimmons haus been granted, upon
thme application of the anti-gamubling -
league, against the stewards of the
jocey club, for keepling betting rings
oin Newmaarket Iheath.
General Passenge~r Agent Cranie, of
the Wabash, is autthiority for' the state-(
mlenit that the passenmger parnlings of
that systetn for D)ecembher were .30,000
in excess of the same periotd in 1893.
'.Traie Manager Culp, of tihe South
era railway, and Emenrson, of time At. g
lantie coast, lipe, and Gieneral Passen.
ger Agent Tyrk, of .ilhe former road,
have retmrrned to WVashingtonm.
Th'le farmers' alliance executive comn
mnittee has adopted resolutions favor
ing gove'rlnent control of iroads,', t
the anlti-0option bill atnd female :,unrago
itnd against the pooling bill.
Th'le appiolntmlent is announced of
C'arrie iL.ebig as a division sur'geon of
tile Northern Paiici at Ilope, Idaho.
TJhi.s is the fm-st, womnan phy~sician to be
applointed in the railway service.
Th'iomaus Isil ey, ex-gene~ralI superina- a
tenldent of the St. Louis Jianmsas City t
and Colorado roadi, has been appointed
supeintendenit of the Monterey and c
Mexicgtn Gulf Line at Monterey, Mex. tJ
Th'ie Pittsbturg conference of the lin.- C
plate mnnintutrer's andc workcemn has ti
adjourned without a comnpromise on i
the wage qutestion. TIhe wVokmlen
agr'eed to mee:..t the mlalmfatcturiers half
Tihird Vice-P'resident Rldtcwln, of the
Southern Railway, sets at rest all r'e
poirts to the contrary that tile head-a
qjuarters of the W~estern system of the
Soulther'n Railway will remain in Kntox
-1The pope Is stuffering f'rm a chili,o
and therefore is ikCeping his ronl a
Atidiences with his holiness have been j
postpjonled as, (I mea~tsure of precautionl,
but no anixiety is expressed as to lisa e
A special meeting of the stckhcloders
of the Chesapeake and Ohio has bmeen nl
called for lFebruary 25 for the puirpose r,
of ratifying thme joint agmreelmnt re'- a
cent ly made withi the lUg Four, the C
Lonisville and JTeffersonvillea Bridge '
commpuyD andit the East End hnuprove- 'J
menta 'omlpny af Louisville,. -f
THE NAVAL APPROPRIATIONS. gZ
Bill1 Approved h1 lihe Comnnitteo--An In
crease in loney EJpoedec, V
\VAsllNOTrON, January 10. -T[he naval
appropriation bill pr'epar'ed by Mr. Tal
bert, chairmnan of the sulb-commilttee of
the comittee on naval affairs, hafts
been approved by the commnittee and S
will be reported to the house. TJhe i0
1)111, which ,accords substantially with kL
te views presentel in the annual re- of
port of the seoretary of the navy, pro- U
vicdes for an appropration of P81,881,000, b
~tof the on 00,000 ove..
WEEK'S WORK IN CONGRESS.
A Synopsls of the Procoeedings of lo
House and Senate.
The following Is a synopsis of ti
proceedings of both branehes of co
Cress for the past week:
12TH DAY, January 16.-The amentnent
he urgency deficiency bill, offered by Senat
li1, was overwhelmingly rejected. The b
Vas then passed. In the house (Mr. Doeke
n the chair) a bill was passed authorizing t
ale of the "asylum lot" of the Soldiers' hon
'he Indian appropriation bill was then tak,
ip for consideration.
IST DAY, January 17.-Two flnancial bil
yore introduced in the senate by Sonato
?ugh, of Alabania, and Shorman, of Ohio, r
poctively. Both bills were referred to Minan
ommitteo. The Pension appropriation b
ran passed. Upon the announcement to Vl
ouse by the sonato of the passage of t1
irgonoy deficiency bill with amendments, (
action of Mr. Bireckiiridge. the amendmen
vere disagreed to. Tihe Indian appropriatil
ill was takent up, but was not disposed of.
14TH DAY. January 18.-After considerlt
.)r two hours the luestion of ratifying ti
runty with Japan, the senate postponed actic
ni the matter for ono weok. The army appr<
riation bill was passedi. A linancial bill wv
itroduced by Senator Peffer. and referre
'ho Nicaraugua canal bill was then taken ul
'lie Indian appropriation bill occupied the al
mation of the house during the day session.
otous discussion ensued between Jones, <
irginia, and Cooper, of Indiana, and wv
ised upon a sneering remark by Cooper as t
he lost cause." Talbert, of South Carolini
ado a thundering speech, defending th
auth's position in that contest.
15TH DAY. January 19.-In the senate a roe
tion was introduced by Senator Frye doclai
g that ships of war should be ordered to Hl
.i at once. Tile afternoon session was d(
>teh to eulogies on the life of the late Senatc
luec, ind at 5 p. n. the senato adjourned unt
onday as a furthor inark of respect. Cotl
essman Turner, of Ucorgia, was talcon sue
nly ill at I o'clockl anid was assisted from tli
uso, but upon arriving home was fcoliti
DUTH'S TRADE CONDITIONS
mneral Buslineps Has Been Largely H1n:
pored by Unseasonablo Weather.
NEW YoRK, January 19.-1radstreet;
mnimercial review for the weec says:
With few exceptions, commercial, financit
.A industrial features indicate only a retel
)n of improvement heretofore noted. Amou
0 more favorable phases of trade is found
iuowhat improved demand for woolen ar1
bber goods, sliocs, hitrdware.nnd to an exte
r! leaf tobacco. Jobbers in South Carolin
d Georgia copllain of slowness in ncrear
to collections and general trade throughot
e south, as at the west and northwest, col
lues hampered by unseasonablo weathe
Litimoro reports tnit southern merchani
ntinue to 'hold off, as prices of alnmost u
aple Vnes are lower than ever. The mo
yorablo report from the south is that th
usl scui-annual dividends have been dc
evo fair cotton factories. and that the latte
.red by orders.
RGE REDUCTION IN ACREAGE
he Galveston Cotton Exchange Mako H
comniondation to tile Cotton Growers.
Nmvw OLEANS, .January 18.-The fol
wing telegram was received here ye
GALVESTON, Tex., January 16.-To Robcrt.
t.v. president New Orleans cotton exchanig
etors association: The directors of the Gal
ston exchainge heartily and most urgentl
comnend to the planters of Texas and th
Lton growing states reduction of twenty-uN
r cent in acreage to be planted this year r
0 only way of restoring prices to a coinpom
bting basis. (1Atned.)
Pres. Galveston Cotton Exchange.
APPOMATTOX POST OFFICE.
'ho Oldl Name Itestored Instead of ti
WVA snING'roN, January 16. --The lon
ansideration of the propositions as
rotests arising fr'om the recent chant
'f the name of the 01(d A ppomtattc
most ollice in Virginia to Surrendeir r<
ulted in an order, promnulgated by t1:
ost oilice d1epa rtme nt, restoiigi th
nime A ppomtattox to the old oflice
ecently dlesignatted Surrender, an
hanging thme present Appomattox fo
.ierly Nebraska, to WVest Appomatto:
Geas F~romn the Palmetto to New Vork.
CHAuLESTON, S. C., January 18.-Ti
ev. U. A. Bllackburn, paistor of Wes
ninster' Presbyterian church of th
ity, has resigned to accept the pasto
te of tihe Church of the Strangers 4
Fatal Shooting Affray at Chmarleston.
CuxA RLF~sTON, 8. C., January 20.
robably fatal shooting altrag occurr4
mere last evening, Morris Roberts shi
3hailey Giantt in the neck with a plstc
loth atre neirrocs. 'Uantt is expected i
Lie at any minute.
/1iLITARY SYSTEM OF GERMAN
'h9 Country That Has Been the Wa
Bohool of Europe.
The military history and successesc
lernmany have easily made her the we
ehool of Europe, and the scion tufl de
elopment of the military art, to whic
he is indeb~ted for the overthrow
tustria and France in her later wvar;
as comipelled the others to follow ht
xamnple and imitate her methods eve
o the particulars of organization an
quipment, though unable probably I
Ival her in systematic thloroughness <
rep~aration and sustained attention I
etail. The sysitemoevolved by' German
nd now substantially common to a
me continental states, says5 the Nort
merican Rev iewv, is as a whole simapi
sough, and has for its practical objet
to conversion, so far as may be, of th
stire nation into a military body wvit:
io largest amount of training that th
aances and other public exigencie
The controlling pr'inciples may b<
mmnlarizedl as follows: 1. LIabilit,
service universal, andl actual servici
mpulsoriy at the discretion of th<
ate. 2. Tihe thorough ti'ainting an<
aintonance under arms in readinesi
r inmmediate service of as large a fored
i practicable. 8. A secure simplicit
id perfection of organization ani
luipmnent in every particular, larg<
id small. 4. Theo formation, as rap
ly as may be, of a regular reserve
om which thme active rannks can be a
ace expanded from a peace to a wa
>Oting with full~y trained men. e
'lie formation and partial training of
tilitia, wvhiech in the absence of th
tgular troops is to occupy garrison
nd forts, construct defenses, maintal
rder at home, and supply the waste c
'ar by filling vacancies in the field.
he enrollment of every citizen Into
arco that may be levied en masse I1
rise of Invasion. 7. Careful study an,
>lution, in advantce, of every possibi
lilitary complication in order the
romupt anid conicerted aotion shall fo:
>w a declaration of war.
The Size of Siberia.
A graphic idea of the Immense esize o
boria may be gleaned from thle fol
wing coomparison. All of the states
ngdomns, principalities, empires, etc.
Europe (except Russia) and all of th
nitedi States, including Alaska, couli
tplaced-Bide by side In Biboria, an
t3eie uncovered space ould be eque
Adauntwy annuW . a.n .a
to 'JUST NA ~
WHUae Bwen Barw'rin mie
FOR THIS WEEK
All silk black Armure
g Iat 65 cents, real value
n 65 C. $1 per yard. Just
think of it a Black
Silk dress, worth $14,
for $9 10.
(7 pieces more of those
I beautiful all wool Nov
* ty Dress Gords at 35
| cents; we told you the
35 c. wool had to fly last
'week and the good
- work still goes on.
| Spread out your wings
l and come to see us.
-2'i inch Cotton Plaids
at 5 cents; nice Dress
style Ginghams 5 cent
5 C. 50 dozen mens' Hose
1at 5 cents; 50 pieces
Calicoes at 5 cents a
, yard, see them.
Bring In Your FEET.
(We will fit thorm to
ait your liking and save
S you money. Too many
h imens' and womens'
o high grade Shoes.
e Charles Heiser's hand
- I made sewed for men,
worth $6, at $4, ladies
($3.50 Shoes at $2.50.
JONES & GARRISON,
No. 9 PENDLETON STREET.
Nov. 22-94. Greenville, S. U.
Agents Standard Patterns. Cata
ogue free on recuest
FOR TIHE PHOLKS.
ISAs soon as the cold snap is
over we'll try to toll the good
pholks WH AT'S WIIAT, and in
the mean time come over and see
Aus. We have a lot of cold
cweather goods to spare yet, and(
t will SWAP EVEN, or gi ve a l ittl
0 n aydn
t rms n
0 miia rprtos hs
Wh yrSarsaparila mt
A -that e n
by et gb4a wae
THE NEW TARIFF
Goes Into Effect
We. propose to anticipato it b
giving our customers the boio
fit of the redictionl now.
Therefore if you are
Or anything containing Wool don't
fail to got our pricos before
buying. We mean busi.
MCALISTER & BEATTIE.
63 and 65 Main St.
(Next door to National Bank)
P. S.-Butterick Patterns.
Greenvillo, S. C. Nov. 8194.
W E have just received our STOCK
OF GOODS for the present
seasoi, which we offer at the lowest
We -koep constantly on hand a
good supply of
BACON, FLOUR, SUGARS. COFFEES,
MOLASSES, TEAS, HATS,
Also, FAluERIS' TOO
If You Wlant A
Dry Goods, I'
Boots, Shoes, Gro
and a full line
of Farm Sup
I cani give you a lowv figure o:
Flour' and Farmuing Implements.
.JOHN 0. hAY is with me and wil
bef pleaserl to have is friends call o
J. E. ROBINSON,
Easley, S. C., Feb. 8. 94--1y.
SHEPPARD AND ELLISON't
Georgia IHome-made for roug
waire, is the best.
Nice hone Ladies' Shoes, paltenlt fais
enersI given with shoes, so you wi
not be sow~ing on buttons every Sim
day before going to church. Chil
dren's shoes, a specialty.
Indigo Prints besi, 5 cents pi
All woci Twilled Flannel 16 2.
cents per yard.
All wool Twilled Flannel best'
cents per yard.
All wvool School Boy Jeans 16 20
cents per yar d.
All wvool School Boy best Jear
20 cents per yard.
8.4 Shirting 4 cents per yard.
7-8 Shirting 5 "
Hasts all kinds, and e~tyles with 33
per cent off. D on't miss getting a
$'2.00 Hat for $1.50. Come earl:y
b~efore they are all gone.
Good lino of Shirts and underwear,
A Giood pair Blankcets, 00 cents.
1 pair Counterpaines, 90 cents.
I. X. L. Pocket knives 20 per eenI
Nails steel cut, 24 cents per pounf(e
By the keg 20 " ~
Shot. 61 cenlts per pound.
Powder 20 "
Best Potent lIour *8.75 cents- pe
barrcond Patent Flour $8.50cet
straight Patent Flour $3.25.
pe 1have. many other -things thta
you will need, which space her.
don't allow us to to mention, so caIl