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Thr *umter Watchman was found*
ad ta ItiO snd the Trus Southron In
IMt The Watchmsn and Southron
new has tha combined circulation and
gafluence cf both of the old papers,
sad I? manifestly tha best advertising
aaedtuin in Sumter.
? l ? ' 1
Congreasman Lever, who Is the
ranking member of the Commltte on
Agriculture, will, in all probability, be
thairm in w hen the committee assign?
ments of the House of Representatives
are made. He has been one of the
garden: working and most Influential
members of that committee for sev
eral terms and has done as mueh
as any member of Congress for the
fsrming Interest of this county by
originating and advocating progres?
sive legislation for the improvem nt
of agricultural methods. He has work?
ed not only for his own district, but
?or the entire South and the country
as a whole, and his work is known
tjnd appreciate* I In all sections. For
this reason his campaign tour of the
West In the Interest of the Democratic
ticket was effective, since the farouas
of the West knew him and what he
had done 'n Congress for their benefit
and were glad to hear him.
IJi.H l FROM Tilt: DARK CORNER,
"Ok! Hard Time*** Tells of Itevent
hind Treatment In Sumter.
hat I CgfgJtfi Not, IS.?It if cms as
h? nearly all of your 1*. l*'s ha\e quit
?ting. 1. as well as the rest, hut
la I have not had the time
of late. Kvervthing .s mewng
glong i ? i y gk ? ? In tl lornor rher>
la ?? II Mifi" , i| .nid c, rn n
the hVbl. ItlOUgli f',rn,< r? ur.- getting
*m lit home ttTl n With Usttf BAi
vetsuoc miiu aoiWii pk.?? nUl toon
ba a thing of the past for this season.
But I am afraid farmers will ruin
themwdvee next year by planting
mor? ??ottnn and Iggg corn um tOttOO
Is bringing such a good price. For
It aeems a* if some farmers can be
dep, ? |, ,| ,.f> to ttt, w nmg thing at
the right time
Well. Mr. Kdltor. I must say .
that Sumter sut?|V contains
tome large and kind hearted pooplt
for the way they threated "< >ld Hard
Times" the last three ttsntt 1 w;.s in
your Uy First I ur Auditor took BM
home with him where I was sure
treated "white" by i', io and his
mother and the rest of the good fam
gy. Next 1 fell into the hmds "f
Hro ITnBtsu ami the iitaftntnl I
be gad hl? wife save me will never'
be i lag whi'e reason Is left to
me And lasi. but not least, was the
ggCtattll old I'm le BUttt Fpperson
snd kit hetter-hnif gave nie. And 1
hopt all thor paths may be thronga
gggnganl pint at anal ttfoara wttk tiow
Tb? re was more potntOtt made in
this - ctle., this year than I ever have
teen in one season.
Mr. T. H QataWl is getting along
as w? II as could be tSptOttd and Mr.
I. V, Osteen Is Impr. \'ng from his
tacent apell of sickness.
Missis I.lsxie and Annie K<db. of
w?atgash id. vltsted at MathlU last
Saturday and Sunday.
M * ? Mae and Hertha (Jrillin. of
Pineuood and Miss Nora Ardls of
ggaytag \lslted nt the Sscamores
Jack Ardl- v sited .Mr J flgjfgai
/?st??? n last Sunda>.
M I Ardis ,| n. <: *lth Mr. S. (J
flr.Mln ,ii I'lm wood lust Wednesday.
The he.,?b . f tin aokjhboraood is
"Hard 'I im? t "
\ IIa bylomoii Imoli e.
The A? o|emy of Fiaia e hat faOOlt
e?i the Ifni ' ' on of nn inscription on
a terr i rotta tablet discovered In lilt
nuns at getan? The inscription is of
gjk nature t?f an n\ol. . . In it ?
eral antique urthhs ate listed,
leather ? nsque. a cow's bah. a kid
?s , i ? ggt b? in et. i tjlvef io i?
m. V ? b tehel a box and a lam e,
liar; ? r ? Wo , u Th?- laasriptlon
si\.s Aeflniti Informatlog concerning
the quuiilly ?-f bronat and sliver used
in making llM "fins mentioned tad
milk??? .1 a soupier n.Mter to isUmat?
the aggt of UM *"o| usec: for the uni?
form of nn Klamlle warrior of the
jff || t \ I .n an period
TURKEY*! L\st HOPE or si t
(JBinil ui:sisT.\Nt i: com:.
Victory Will Probably Have Groat
Moral KfTcct?-Sultan MokOS All?
other \|?|M'hI |0 PnwciN,
London. Nov. 18.?Any idea that
the Turkish government may have
had of bencilting hy continued re?
sistance In the Turkish-Halkun war
must be shattered by today's news
of the fall ol Monastlr. In the cap?
ture of that Important town the Ser
vi iiih took three pashas. Including the
commander In chief. Kethi Pasha,
fiO.OO? men thus achieving the
greutest individual success of the
war. Monastlr was the second city of
importance In Kuropean Turkey. It
was Turkeys stronghold in Mace?
donia and by its downfall Macedonia
passes completely out of Turkish
What part the Greeks played in the
apt are has not yet been ascertained.
It is known that the Greek army
was marching to the assistance of the
Servians and it is supposed that the
Greeks were able to cut off the Turk?
ish retreat to the south.
The Servians naturally would be
elated at this victory, which out?
shines the capture; of Saloniki and
must have a great moral effect on the
future course of the war.
Another of the strange silences
which have been characteristic of this
war appears to have fallen over t'on
mtlnople. from which city brief dis?
patches have been received telling of
the resumption of the Tehatalja bat- j
t'.e and that the sultan has made a j
fresh personal appeal to the Kuro
P- an sovereigns to intervene for the
termination of the war. QllltfJ as lit?
tle rnuy be expected to come of this
appeal as of the previous attempt at
mediation by :he powers.
With cholera ami typhus raging
within her demoralized army and a [
p' werful < many hammering at the
gates of the capital. Turkey must
,n appe vl to the allies for terms.
Undoubtedly the object of the com
mandcrM in ordering the attack on I
Tehatalja llm-v vv BS to compel this
? urse It seems Incredible that Iiul
.;artn for the mere glory of ? trium?
phal entry into a city she does not
desire to nOfgOM should wish to take
her army into disease infect, d Bones.
Turai^it I't'piif'ijf ???*t"*ti ot*M '-ii
dtspa 1 of to. operations huve jl
!.*?? n so unrellabli throughout that jl
r. y rdtng tt?c Tehatalja j I
euilie I.-,.-... .4 ..v I U. lUJ. , . ilt ,
(lav and Monday are not regarded I
of mueh Irnportanoe. The operation
probably was little more than an artil?
lery ewlwtng \ which all armies |SSf In
locating his batten- S As the effect of
? ? rtcfc ry at m< aastlr n*Hl bs to
rfen the Servian government in re?
sisting Austrian pretensions the con?
sular troubles at Prtsrend ar?l* Mitro
vit/a are breeding a dangerous Spirit
of iii ie? ling between Austria and
rrvta wrhleli is; little calculated to
favor diplomatic negotiations The
newspapers of both capitals reihet
thai fe. ling.
No news has yet rsunned Vienna of
the Austrian <? naul at Prtsrend 'Che
Servian government ha** declined to I
tempi] w:th Austria's request to al?
loo an Austrian reprosentatlvs to
to Prtsrend to make Inuulrlea, and
practleall} Ignores Austria's protests
The Austrto-Bervlaa Question Is l*ss
disquieting today sxoept for the at
I lud? Ol the press on ".Hot side and
f? r the action of the Servians in in- j
teroeptlng the reports ??f the Austrian
consul* in Albania. Acting on the
recommendation of nor ally, Italy.
Itiatrls is Haul to have modified her
demands and no longer objects to the
construction Of I railway from the
Danube lo the Adriatic son.
On the other hand Great Britain,
RUSSta and l'tanc.- are coun
selling moderation to gervla. The
latter still talks of taking one
or more ports on the Ad?
riatic but doubtless In the end will
llatefl to the advices of her friends
and accept some compromise.
Nsgotlat Ions for an armistice have
lost some ol their interest, hut h ? S
Rot I e? a forgot It n. It is stated that
I o terns of the Ralkail allies will
Includt i demand for the oesslon of
ail the Turkish tOfrltor) down to th?
Rrken< rival and the payment of
tdemnlt) of 1110,000,000,
\t Constantinople everything is
>iiii't t'omprshonslvt measures htive
???Ii iuk< n for the protection of Peru,
i ? foreign Quarter.
Tl I I 11 P a t t hat Scut ari ha s
rule,, he fort lh< Montenegrin attacks,
i tit this is not i on,i no d.
prool that t h- ? holers ha affect -
? d the liuigai in arm) comes In a
ieport that the noted Oermtin doctor
M dk I ai In ? n 1 wimoned to Bulga?
rian ht idquarters In n dial In stamp
iinn KAMI* or it HUH i \kia.
Throe IJeueral* anil aO.unn m m Sur?
reioier to Norvlans wiao Great
Belgrads, Nov. is Ths Turkish
fortreM of Monaatlr surrendered this
afternoon to the Servian troops.
Fifty thousand Turkish soldiers and
three generali laid down their arms.
Monaatlr virtually had been sur?
rounded by Servian troops for several
days while Qreek troops coming from
the south had cut off the Turkish line
of retreat to Ochrtda. < >n Saturday
the Servian troops, after desperate
lighting throughout the day and night
captured two important heights com?
manding the City, Then they ad?
vanced through the morasses upon
th*? interior fortifications, which sur?
Monaatlr Ii the headquarters of the
Sixth Turkish army corps, command?
ed by Fethl Pasha, but many other
Turkish troops fleeing from surround?
ing towns whieh had been invested by
the Servians concentrated there.
Djavld Pasha, the commander of the
Seventh Turkish army corps, went
there with many of his soldiers after
the fail Of 1'skup to the Servians.
It was thought that the Turkish
troops would be able to stand a
lengthy siege in Monaatlr but it is
evident the army was totally dlsor
ganlsod and lacked provisions.
Possession Of the heights com?
manding Monastlr by the Servian
army rendered the fortress untena?
Fethi Pasha, former Turkish minis?
ter to Bi (grade, was one of the first
to hand over his sword. At the be?
ginning of the war he made the re?
mark: "We will soon invite our
friends to dinner in Belgrade."
The representatives cd* Germany
und Italy informed Premler Patchich
of Bervla today that their govern?
ments Supported Austria's view of
Servia s claim to an extension of her
territory after the war.
M, Patchlch declined to give a defi?
nite answer until the- war's conclusion.
The lighting which preceded the
surrendered* Monaatlr lasted two days.
The Servians had o< cupled all the
high points to the northwest of the
town. They brought up a large num?
ber of Held latteries, howitzers and
Oth< r heavy guns, which enabled them
to silence the Turkish artillery. Sat
urday a Servian division was ordered
to storm a position west of the town
held by IO.OQ0 TuTki with it guns
They encountered grout difficulties in
the marshy ground but effectually
prevented the attempt of this section
of the Turks to break through the
retreat into Albania According to
Unofficial aCCOUnU the Turks suffered
? loss of 2,000 killed and wounded,
eluding several superior offlcera
In the meantime thf -"'-r' wing !
'inn around and aelted the DollntSC
Ulawar road, cutting Into tha Turk?
ish line of c< mmunicatlon. The Turks,
thus surrounded, fought desperately
and U i-s supposed that the arrival of
the Qreek army from the south ren?
dered aurrender Inevitable.
V. I I L LAND STBONU Ft ?KCl..
I nitcd states to Have 8,0011 Men in
Cbnstnntlwnpin to Pronsrt CAtlaons
Washington, Nov. 18, The men
landed in Constantinople yesterday
were part of a force of 2.00A which
the diplomatic corps de itded to send j
ashore as a matter of precaution. Ad- ;
vices received at the state dJspaurtmeni
t >day indicate thai Constantinople re?
mains quiet, but that it was thought1 :
desirable, after a conference among;
the foreign representatives! to send
troops aahore to occupy tha embassies
The commanders <?: the Inh motion?
al Heel havi made arrangements for,
the protection of foreign residents on I
both sub s of the Hosphorus from San
Stefano t>. Duyukdere und it la be?
lieved their plans wll be adequate i >
no ? I any emergency,
The Btute department has made It
Hear that In landing tailors from the
United States station ship Scorpion on
Turkish sod the I! n I tad States has not
departed from its tru litional policy
of avoldins entangling alliances and
interference with IShfopean politics
The commander of the Scorpion li
scttng ai the request of the ambas?
sador, and not under the control of
the European navnl officers, though
most of these outrank him By a
common understanding, all ';he va?
rious navnl contingents now In Turk?
ish waters arc being disposed of a<
cording to a tacitly accepted plan., hut
each preserves Its Independence,
n HKS insiim.\M/,i i).
< Mlh la I Ineptitude I \ Idi ill in II Itch
Mi'iiaix F ace?,
Paris, Nov. Is- A picture ol I he
dlsorganisntn n In the Turkish arms
is drawn bj the war correspondent of
I .? Mai in al I lademk? ui, t be Tui tlsh
heudqii irters of the Ilm s of Tvhnlalja
"Ool, I .*'hmunn, a Herman olllcer
who hi>> Ju Inken command ol tin
Turkish artlllory, declares hi did nol
Und o single gun In place The Turki
have pi,nt'. of guns and ammunition
The) have (lermun cannon and tin
French cannon taken from thi Her
\ las before hostilities began, i hre?
of the French guns were seen lyini
. the mud at the Hademkeul rail
road depot. rust-eaten and useless
"The total of the Turkish fores is
estimated at 160,000 men, hut there is
a complete lack of energy among the
commandera and organisation is ab?
sent. The commander-ln-chlef doei
not allow staff officers to sec him
until 10 t.'clock In the morning.
"If things continue as they are go?
ing today the Bulgarian i will not And
any Turks to tyght?they will all be
dead from cholera."
TURKS CLAIM VICTORY.
Na/.im Pasha Reports Reverse for
London, Nov. IS.?Nazim Pasha,
the Turkish eommander-in-ehief at
Tehatalja, sent a long report to the
war office at Constantinople tonight,
recording his success over the Pul
garian attackers, according to a news
agency dispatch. lie said:
"After H hours of the most severe
flgthing our army advanced ^s far as
Karakll, The enemy was beaten, los
it K over 1.000 killed and wounded, in
additi? n to three battalions captured
with the whole < f their officers.
"The Turkish Soldiers fought like
lions, hearing the imperial message
I hope to continue the light with suc?
cess before the Servian army arrives."
FIRED ON TOWNSPEOPLE?
Vienna Correspondent Charges Ser- !
vinos With Cruelty.
Vienna, Nov. is.?The Kichpost j
! publishes a dispatch from its war cor- j
respondent who says he is Informed i
by the fugitive Albanian leader, Kol
dlbra, that the Servian troops after
aking Prisand turned the machine
guns on the inhabitants, killing J1^J
men. :'..*> women and ten children. Kol
j dihra also declared that the charge
that the s? rvlans were fired on dur
Ing their occupation of the town was
Report From Servla is That it Has
i London. Nov. 18.??A private tele
gram received at Belgrade reports
that Scutari has surrendered, accord?
ing to a dispatch to the Daily Tele?
Servian headquarters reports that
the Turks attempted ;t sortie from
Adrlanople yesterday on the side of
the Servian division hut were repulsed
with great losses.
Constantinople, Nov. is.? a ine*
morlal urging the great powera U se?
cure Albania's national and political
Indepi ndence waa present id today by
a deputation of Albanians to the for?
eign embassies and the Turkish for?
Dual Monarch) Forced tu Witch
Events Very Closely*
Budapest, 'Xov. \x.?The Aiastro
Hungarian minister of foreign a?alrs,
Count von Berchthold, m a de bat?
this afternoon on the budget of bis
ministry, said the changes wrought
by the Balkan war obliged the Aus?
trian government to concern itself
with the eff. ct those changes would
have on the interest of the monarchy
The cabinets at Vienna and Borne, h?
declared, were argeed on tin.' future
autonomous position of Albauia.
Hegardtng the trouble which has
arisen through fhe sdleged detention
of Austritt conaula by Servla, and j
the denial of their i ight to communi?
cate with their government, he said
the Servian government had recent-1
I) officially complained of the atti?
tude of Consul Prochaskn when Prts?
rend was raptured and asked that he
be replaced. To 'his reply was sent,
expressing readiness to Inquire Into l
the complaint and asking that an op?
portunity be afforded Cor dlroct com
niu nlcat i<?n wich him.
I The Servian government replied
j that the military authorities objected
to the dispatch of an Austro-Hun*
gar la n courier o> Prlsread. Segt>
tiations oja this point arc stui pro
IIAD SLIGHT M>V IN TAGE.
Bulgarian Is n Wlug Profited bj the
Constantinople, Nov. i J. in the
I Tehatalja battle the Bulgarian left
Wing is reported to have had a slight
advantage In todays lighting in the
neighborhood of l>erkos. The- Turk sh
fornes were depr v d of Lhe assistance
id th- Heel, < v. t :? to ?j. high seas,
J Th. iiii.inttv came more into use
toda) and a in Bald thai the Turkish
cavalry render d effect l\< service,
Tu \**fc I ntt n cut Ion.
j Constantinople, Nov. 's- The sul*
! tan has addressed ntt appeal to the
sovereigns of the gri t| powers, It Is
stated, on good autln rily requesting
iutervi at Ion to end lhe war
.-'mill. : . ? in tin- market for I he
service of two tust class men ;i city
( M inager and ;> Secretary of the
? <'hnmber of t 'ommer? e
ALLENS IM ON APPEAL
FLOYD AND CLAUDE ALLEN FAIL
TO (?ET M.W TRIAL.
Condemned to bo Executed Next i pi
day?No Clemency on tiove/nor**
Richmond, V'a., Nov. 18.?A new
trial was refused today f. r Floyd Al?
ien and his .s.o.. Claude ftwanson Al?
len, by the supreme eourt of Virginia.
The men are condemned to die in the
electric chair next Friday for th/* mur?
der of Officiate of the Carroll county
court at EUllaville, March 14.
Floyd Allen was convicted May 17,
specifically for the killing of Com?
monwealth's Attorney William Foster.
Aliens son. tried on the charge
of killing Judge Thornton I,.
MaaalOi was convicted and sen?
tenced to 16 years in the penitentiary.
A second trial on an indictment for
the killing of Attorney Foster resulted
in a conviction f"r murder in the
first degree, July 27.
It is believed that Governor Mann
will not Interfere with the execution
of the sentence imposed by the
courts. The appeal to the supreme
court for new trials, decided adverse?
ly today, had been pending for some
time but Virlglna officials have pro
ceeded with arrangements for the
execution of the men. believing that
no clemency would be shown.
The Hlllavllle court house ? hooting j
in Mandl, when Lhe Allen clan re- j
seated the eonviction of Floyd Allen
on a minor charge by klllng five pec- ;
sons in the court room, is still holding
attention in Virginia because of the
trial oi" Btdns Allen, tin- clafl leader,
now under way at Wytln vllle.
it is believed, however, that ti a
governor will grant a respite for two
weeks. He will make then his de?
cision in a statement to the public
within s day or two.
china to ENFORCE LOYALTY.
Troops Preparing to Proceed to Dis?
trict und Enforce Loyalty to the
Chicago, Nov. 18.?-A special dis?
patch to the Chicago Dally New* from
Canton, China, says:
"The army i? pre paring to proceed
north to preserve Mongolia f<?r the
republic. The merchant militia will
take the place of the regulars while
the Latter are away. The provisional
assembly and the military council
have decided to support the govern?
ment in an effort to force Mongolin
to remain In the union with the re?
"The newspapers already are mak
i'^j appeaJs for war contributions.
Commercial organisations have decid?
ed to boycott poods from countries
?apportlng Mongolian independence."
CONVENTION CACHES TROUBLE.
Kusso-M engolinn Agreentenl Not Ac?
ceptable to China.
London, Nov. 1*.?Trouble has
arisen over the recent convention be?
tween Russia and Mongolia by which
Russia recognizes and guarantees the
Independence >>f Mottg dia.
a meeting; of 110 Mongol prlneew
and chieftains yesterday In Pekln, ac -
cording to a dtepatch to The Dally
Telegraph, resulted In the expect ?d
desire to, repudiate entirely the e? n
venuou algned I y Russia and Mon?
golia at Arga. it was resolved to ask
President Yuan Shi Kai to afford mili?
tary protection to those Mongolians
wttllng to join the Chinese republic.
The adversory council of the presi?
dent indorsed the resolution and
*)0<? troops were placed under orders
to proceed to the Mongol froi tier,
number of batalllons have left by
train for t-he city of Kalgan. half of
which Is Mongol and half, Chinese.
Turning the Tables.
The bridegroom and his brbie were
starting on their honeymoon* says
Leslie's Weekly. .lust as they had
taken their seats in the train one vi
the bridegroom's chums came hastily
along to bitl good-hp.
As the young husband extended
his hand the friend snapped a hand?
cuff on his wrist. Tin- bridegroom had
be. n ? it peeling a trick of some kind,
und before the practical joker could
play a similar trick on the bride lie
found the othei handcuff snapped
round his own wrist. II? was chain?
ed to the happ) bridegroom him
' That's a good on-' ;<gainst me,
Harry," In said with u sickly smile,
" but I shall have to ask you i?' come
t< the du??r with me and gel the Kc>
for ih< ?e Ih1 ngs. A man 1 n the plat?
form baa it."
i st then the guard s whistle
sounded and the train started off
i - e ( r t hi guard with tho aid of a
nie. succeeded in separating thep rls
The joker meanwhile had to pay
toll tare to the nexl stop, 50 miles i
up the road, and return. j
AT BAY, HF. KILLS IM KM I Its
THK Tl'itNs UVS on WOMAN
Lcaifc r of ('on>|>( ai > tu Lo<, t House*.
Prove* ltt ?|x i;,tc When <<?riier?*d
bj OfMccru of thai i>aw.
N'? w Y< rk. Nov. 1H.--A man and
Wuman stood in a small room of a
Lain?s law hotel in the Bronx tonight
and deliberatelyshot down three de?
tective* and two other men who
were trying to place the pair under
arrest. After nearly emptying the 11
chambers <>r a large sutoasatsi re?
volver, reinforced by shots from an
ordinary revolver in the handi of his
woman companion and probably fatal
ly wounding four of those shot down,
the man shot and killed the womar.
lid then put a bullet through his own;
head, dying instantly.
Tins is the outline of one of the
most serious shooting affairs which
the detectives of this city have run
into for years, so far SS the conflict?
ing st< rit i of the shooting had been
sifted lat? tonight.
The d< ad man was know n by sev?
eral names, having registered at the
hotel as Joseph Vogel. The police,
declare that he was a Pole named
Pherea Dorageiskts. The woman with
him had registered as Lottie Vogel.
Vogel was about 48 years old and the
a i man about 25.
The detectives were on the trail of
the pair, suspetcing them < f having
bean accomplices in a diamond rob
bery for which Sophie lieckendor. a
domestic, had been held for the grand
jllT) today. The woman wTa had lost
the feweli traced the girl to Vogei's
house and told the detective of her
discovery. After ? taxuab chase to?
day tlvt detectives leai ned that the
Vogels had sou gin lodging at the
E Istners hotel, at Portland avenue
and e?r.e Hundred Blxty-nrst street, ,
In the. Bronx. Martin V. Kay
office detective, and John a
Louis Oerade, private detect!*
to the hotel in search of thei
late tonight. Louis Itoendscl
proprietor, told of the . < .<,..? having
arrived in a taxicab -arly in the even?
ing, and ordered William liutler, a 1
waiter to show the detectives to the
Vogel s room.
Vogel opened the door in response
to a summons and as A Ben forced his
way in, declaring that the '
w. re andsi
lirst bullet struck Allen in the head
and he feil probably fatally hurt. Fay
and Qerade rushed into the room, ful
lowad by msendschein and liutkT. It
is declared that they did
shut, but expected to seijt
sa vun. They were not <m
Vogt I let go onsj shot aft
nearly every one taking ....v.*. &y
and Ifoendschela both received prob
; My fatal wounds in the sbdesnetn
Condition of Cheshire*.
Anderson, Nov. is.?-The condition
of \*. B. Cheshire, editor ef the An
derson Intelligencer, who was shot
four times by W. J. M wId row Satur?
day, was tu t s.? favorable today. The
around In the shoulder Is giving much
trouble and complications are feared.
This ball may have penetrated the
lung. It bas not been located, but the
attending physh ians dv> n?>t regard his
? ondltlc n ;?s critical.
An Arm's Palace Sb ck ear j
through town Saturday from
York to Camden t.iking a numl
beautiful horses f. r the use of north.*
em tourists who make Camden their
winter hOBM. The car was brought
down on the i.isi A. C. L. freight and
changed here over to the North
S ?stern railroad.
fok SALI'.?A bill) and two nanny
goats The nannies hate brought
triplets and ra.s< .1 them. due to
i ring kuis in a feu weeks. Price for
the trio i 10, or a trio of nannies for
$10. Lest bush knives known.
Cheapest me.it and is superior to
mutton or lamb, k. \v Danes,
phone or address, Itayesville, s.v.
FOR sali:?\ Berkshire brood sow,
nrelghs over 300 pounds, In good
breeding condition; not fat, due t<
brine; pigg in December by ,< in bred
ho.tr. no k.ri. Prl<? $30. a Berk?
shire and ??. !. n \ ?Mtin hr -l Si vv,
weight, over 200 pound**, sot fat, but
in good bri ? ding ordi r du< to bring I
pius m i?., end er bj pui e bred bear,
no Uiu. price $20 Vheso are good
brood sows, bring good litiers of
heart) pig and "mother" them
well. Are bargains at above pries
Will bi worth much more when 'he
pigs ?ein? Other pigs from &0
pounds to 160 pounds . .\i> hogs
ar? thrift) and slthough cholera
has been all around for a year er
more, none of none have been si* k
p. \v. Dabbs. Phone or address,