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THE NEWS AiNI) HERALD.^
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WEDNESDAY. Aujrast 27?- . ; l : 1884. j
JXQ. S. REYXOLUS. )
Vlf.-LS. A. DOUGLASS,)
The Primary Election,
Presidents of. Democratic Clubs will ]
picase send to the nndersigued for bai-;
lot-boxes and necessary papers for the i
primary election to be held on Mon-;
day, September 1, 1S8-L
Oxo. S. Reynolds,
Secy. Dera. Co. Ex. Com.
Gen. Roger A. Pkyok, novtf" a resident
of New York, denies the report
that he will support Butler, and says
that he will do all he can to secure the
election of Cleveland.
The Baltimore Day pertinently says:
"Does it not strike intelligent people
that the religious newspapers which J
are discussing the character of Mr. j
Cleveland might do better work by i
trying to end the pulpit scandals which
have constantly to be reported by the j
iimtrvDvftu Hftinir riiwlfots that: !
Ohio will elec: Cleveland and Hendricks
by 15,000 majority. The Germans
are against Blaine. Governor
Hoadly had heard of only one Irishman
in Ohio who was booming- Blaine.
Col. Torn Barrett, just from Ohio, says
; ; - the same thing.
Augusta Chronicle: Mississippi is
popularly supposed to have no credit,
in consequence of ancient repudiation
or what passed for such; but Mississippi
has no debt. It has been all paid.
Having no debt will produce credit.
It is a credit of itself. Colorado, Vermont
and Illinois are said to be the
only States similarly circumstanced.
Philadelphia Record'. With factories
closing or miming on half
time, with miners striking against
reductions of wages, and with mauufactnrers
vainly seeking profitable
sales for their products or suggesting
combinations to temporarily check supply,
the New York Tribune gaily
speaks of the "substantial prosperity
of all branches of industry."
v - The New York Sun, which now !
shihes for Butler, has the candor to j
say: "The greatest benefit that could
happen to this country would be that
the Democratic party should be established
in control of the National government,
firmly and not temporarily, and
that "the Bepublicans should be turned
out and destroyed aud rendered incapable
of holding office again." But it
doesn't like Cleveland, for which reason
it wastes its rays on Bntler.
Tms is what the New York Sun
(which now shines for Bntler) said of
Cleveland wbeu he was running for
Governor of New York:
No one cau study the record of his
career since he has held-ofnce in Buffalo
without being conviuced that he possesses
those highest qualifications of a
public man, sound principles, administrative
ability, luminous intelligence,
TifniTiimurtim aonwiga to do what is risrht. no
The Columbia Register has the
following in x-eferenceto the rebuilding"
- . of the Saluda Factory, recently destroyed
by fire: "As to the rebuiding
of the Saluda Factorv, it mav as well
"ho said ?fc wrll Tint, hfi dfiiifi bv thfi
^ . present proprietor of the site, but
there are very good reasons for believing
that a new and improved factorywill
be erected on the old and advantageous
site by a stock company.
Complete colored drawings of the location
w?U be placed on exhibiton at the
New Orleans Exposition."
following from Senator Conk^
ling disposes of the report that he
would take the stump for Blaine. It
was addressed to.the secretary of the
"Plumed Knights'*" of Albany:
W. R. Nichols, Esq., Secretary,
&c.?Dear Sir: Noting yours and
thanking you for the offer of an honorary
membership of the political
organization referred to, I must ask
you co excuse me. i am quite our 01
politics, and don't wish in any way
to be drawn into the pending canvass.
Your obedient servant,
v- "V ? m
Hebe is the manner in which the
Parkersburg State Journal gives vent
to its'feelings on one phase of the siln\
ation in West Vii'ginia: "Whoop!
Hoorah I Toot the Hewgag, sound the ;
Fnzzymoz! Blow the Bazoo! Knocks
the Tom-Tom in the Head! Blast the !
Lungs out of the Great Big Horn and '
Load the Blunderbns to the Muzzle! i
The Democratic whirlwind struck the j
town with terror and the cyclone can-!
didate for government made the dust
fairly fly VPattys
application for divorce in
Prance is first on the docket. It involves
her in fresh trouble. If granted,
and she marries 31. Nicolas or Nicolini,
she would be prosecuted for big-:
amy. If not granted, she is compelled i
to remain under the bau of French j
jurisprudence, to say nothing of the
moral law.. JVIr. Nicolas or Nicolini j
has a wife and children in France. ]
Patti has a husband there. Either!
way she is environed with difficulty. J
3X. Nicolas or Nicolini is an Israelite, j
Patti was born and raised a Roman
Catholic. Both have strayed from
their respective folds.
The Philadelphia Times, speaking
of political corruption in. New Hamp- |
Without the shadow or suggestion
of doubt New Hampshire is tcwlay the
most corrupt State in the Union.
Votes are openly bought and sold, not
only at electious in both rural and ur- :
bail communities, but eveu noinina- j
tions are put up at auction. If the i
,\ Democrats return to the old method i
and bid against Chandler in open!
market they will be beaten at the game i
as they always have been.
"We commend this to the careful
attention of those Republicans whose j
souls are troubled over the alleged |
methods of conducting elections in the j
The engineer of the Butler boom in
New York is Mr. John F. Henry, a
rabid Gram mau four aud eight years
ago, ouce the Republican candidate tor
mayor of Brooklyn and never a Demo- I
crat. Mr, Henry is arranging for a |
a a.? j. _ n i ^ !
granu ovation 10 ueucrai x>uucr uuu <* i
mass meeting, at which he is to speak,
to be held in New York the 30th inst.!
It is generally believed in that city j
that Steve Elkins and Johnny O'Brien, !
both licpublica'n machine politicians, j
have promised to pay all the bills that
Henry may incur in getting up the j
meeting, and that thev will see - to it!
that there is no lack of a crowd and an j
appearance of great popular enthusi- j
asm for the side-show candidates.
1 ! The
town of Kelung, whei~ the first j
shot in the war between France and
China seems to have been fired, is
situated at the northern extremity of
the Island of Formosa. This lies in
the upper part of the China Sea, about j
one hundred miles from the main land i
- ? ? * ii t* - _ ~ i
or China, ami a iituc soum 01 cast 01
Foo Chow. The island is' some two
hundred and fifty miles long and one
hundred broad, and is said to have
three million inhabitants, Chinese, on
the western side of the longitudinal
range of mountains, and aborigines on
the eastern. The parallel of twentyfour
degrees, that of Key West, crosses
the Island. "Formosa" is Portuguese
for "beautiful." Keluug, otherwise
writtcfi Kcjfifng, Ke-Lung and KeeLung,
is one of the Chinese "treaty
ports," and an important coaling station.
: HO mm
There seems to be no doubt of the
practical success of the electric street I
rail way at Cleveland, Ohio. We see]
it stated that the President of the East
Cleveland Horse Railway Company is
reported as expressing himself to be
?-- A - _ _ 1 JiL J-J- r ^ x*
quite suusneu wuu uie experiment ui
the electric system in operation on a
portion of his line. He estimates that
with an expenditure of $150,000 for
the plant?engines, boilers, dynamos,
motors and conduits?a saving of something
over $50,000 a year can be effected
over the present cost of operation
by horses, besides securingto the company
and the public the benefit of the
rapid transit. The one car now in
operation runs on schedule time, but
it can be driveft at the rate of ten miles
an hour. In a fortnight more, another
ear will be pat on, and it is thought
that three of the old cars and twentyfive
horses can be dispensed with.
Some days ago, a policeman 111
Charleston had occasion to arrest a
negro named Prince Bowen, a notorious
and violent character. In the
course of the struggle between the
two Bowen was shot and killed by the
policeman--the latter, being badlyhurt.
The coroner's jury, after hearing
the evidence adduced, concluded
that the homicide was justifiable. On
Monday night a very large meeting
of colored men was held in Charleston,
the object being to express
their i ndignation at the killing
of Bowen, and at the action of the
coroner's jury. Several speeches were
made, and a preamble and resolutions
were adopted. The speeches were for
the most part temperate, and tivo roso^itions"liTf%cT3ier
so. The latter call
upon the authorities to prosecute the
policeman, and contemplate the employment
of counsel to assist 'in the
prosecution of the case. Whatever
the merits of the case, so far as the
killing is concerned, the action of the
colored men was entirely unnecessary.
If the policeman unlawfully struck
Bowen, the avenue for the punishment
of the crime is open to every individual.
It was only necessary to go
before a trial justice, make an affidavit
"on information and belief", and thus
cause a warrant to be issued. Thereupon
the machinery of the law would
'boon enf in
liU V ^ OVL All VUVVVI T UlVUvil '
With this beginning, there could be no
stopping until the demands of the law
should be satisfied through the verdict
of a petit jury. This mode of redress,
is still open, and auy citizen is free to
make use of it. In ^our view, we
think it right that the policeman should
be put upon his trial. Human life is
sacred, and the powers of the conservators
of the peace should not be so
stretched as to impair the protection
which the law throws around it. There
are bnt few cases in which the law so
regards a homicide justifiable as to
exempt the slayer from the burden of
excusing his act before a court and
jury. From the published accounts of
the Killing 01 isoweu, it does not seem
to us that the circumstances are snch
as to take the case out of the category
of those which ought always to go to a
jury. If the policeman is guilty of
any crime, he ought to be punished.
If he is innocent, the best vindication
he can wish is to be found in the deliv-'
erance of a jury of his countrymen.
TELE BE Alt CREEK CLUB.
Messrs. Editors: The Bear Creek
Club's standard of Democracy has
always been a straightout obedience to
all orders from headquarters, and was
making all necessary arrangements for
the reception of the people and the
candidates for the meeting appointed
at Bear Creek. The news of the
change of meeting to Ridgeway came
down upon us like a bolt from a clear
sky. Why this change? Was it for
the welfare of the party, or was it
made simply because Eidgeway refused
to attend the meeting at Bear
Creek? From facts in our possession ,
sion we believe it to be the latter. If
this is the maimer in which the party
is to be managed Bear Creek would
like to know it as soon as possible.
At a meeting of the club about two
mouths ago, a.resolution was unanimously
passed that the club would not
vote for any candidate for the Legislature
in" the primary election who
wouju 1101 pieage imnseu to exert an
his influence to repeal the lien law;
and as the club will not have the pleasure
of bearing the candidates, we
would be glad to hear from them
through the columns of your paper.on
this question; and we would like for
thein to state their position so clearly
that all may understand.
OUR S AS IT Alt X COXDITIOX.
Report of the Municipal Board of
Health, to the Town Conncil.
To ike Intendant and "Members of
Council of the Town of Winva-.
' boro, S. C.:
Gentlemen?Your Board of Health i
have during tbe piftl week been em- j
ployed in carrying on a rigorous in- i
spection of the town and submit to j
your honorable body the following;
communication as the result of their i
We take pleasure in stating that in ;
some instances we noticed an evident i
attention to the cleanliness of the
premises and a decided improvement
in the condition of the lots as compared
with our previous visits. Still
we found numerous premises where !
inc laws oi neaun arc uueriy ignoreu |
and an entire disregard of all. hygienic
rules. The most prominent of these
we will endeavor to point out to you
and we trust that you will take "the
proper steps to remedy the evils and to
see our suggestions enforced. In the !
first place, we found weeds and grass j
| in possession of all the gardens and j
vacant places. The vegetables were j
j undergoing a process of decay, cinitj
ting an offensive odor, offensive alike
j to the sense of smell and detrimental
to the laws of health. This is a matter
that will cost each individual but a
small amount of care and can be easily
remedied. We call your attention to
the fact, that in many instances where
the premises are comparatively clean
underneath the houses had been un-1
touched and the accumulated filth of
years remained undisturbed. This
appears too easily remedied, for any
farmer in the neighborhood would be
amply repaid who would undertake
the cleaning of the lots of those unwilling
to incur the expense or take
upon themselves trouble of attending
I . ? mt? 1 ~
to ir. ine premises kuuwii uie
"Ladd Buildiug" we found in a bad
condition, and in fact the whole square
on that side needs attention. The
corner lot (vacant) adjoining Mr.
Timms's store requires the immediate
attention of Council. The lower portion
ot it ought to be drained or filled
up so as to prevent the accumulation
of water which now takes place after
every heavy rain. We found, too,
the premises occupied by Mr. Matthew's
and the adjoining store in a bad sanitary
condition. The water coming
! from the rear of these buildings had
j accumulated under the houses, and the
i cellars were said to contain from two
j to three feet of water. We would
I suggest that the .-proprietors of these
| buildings be requested to drain the
.lots so as to prevent the overflow that
| takes place after each rainy spell. We
think it advisable that the Council
should see that the canal leading from
Zioi^street and passing through the
premises of Mr. McDonald and the
store-nonse lot formerly occupied bv
Mr. Jno. II. Cathcart be opened and
the weeds and <rrass now choki
ing it be removed and a free outlet
j procured. The whole of this drain
i needs attention, for throughout its
i whole extent bars have been formed
: across backing the water and pools
! have been ""formed which in time mav
be deleterious to health. We think |
the agent of the Charlotte, Columbia j
& Augusta llail road Company ought I
to be required to clean the course of
their road, and that the ditches ought
to be opened and kept open. The low
places caused by the excavation of
earth in the neighborhood of the
freight depot ana also that opposite
Mr. Crawford's residence arc certainly
not calculated to add to the salubrity
of our town; but we are not able to
suggest the remedy. There is one nuisance
of which many complain and
which the law gives you the power to
correct, and we hope that yon will
waiuaBce and see tbat-ifbeenforited.
'We allude to the keeping
of pigs on the premises, which we
found to be a common practice, and
in many instances the stye in which
they are" kept were exceedingly offensive
and must tend to deteriorate the
atmosphere which we are all forced to
breathe. We are informed that a swiue
yard- is laid down as a nuisance, and
consequently an indictable offence.
We would suggest that after due notice
if the nuisance is not abated then
all parties be proceeded against and
forced to obey the law. We have no
wish to interfere or abridge the rights
or privileges of any citizen, but private
interest must subserve the public
We would urge upon you the importance
of a strict system of sanitation,
for every paper brings to us the
apprehension now pervading all countries
of an attack of the dreaded cholera
and the strenuous efforts beiDg
made bv the proper cleaning and the
t use of disinfectants to prevent its outoutbreak
in this country. We would
! suggest that the citizens be furnished
free of cost with some cheap disinfectant.
The sulphate of iron is as cheap,'
and as good as any, which they could
use on their premises after the proper
R. B. Hawaiian, Chairman.
Jas. A. Brice,
D. R. Flenxikex.
?Malarial poison can be entirely removed
from the system by the use of Ayer's
Ague Cure, which contains a sure specific
in the form of a vegetable product, used
in no other remedy. Warranted. *
HAS REMOVED HIS BAR ROOM
RIDGE WAY, S. C.,
Where he will always keep on hand.a
fine assortment of liquors, including
XXXX GIBSON RYE,
OLD CROW WHISKEY,
SWEET MASH CORN, "
N. C. CORN WHISKEY,
Together with all grades of Wine, Gin,
All goods sold at
COLUMBIA AND CHARLOTTE
LAGER BEER AT $1.00 per Dozen.
BARGAINS?5 will sell the following
New Cook Stoves at Cost, for the
reason that I will not handle these styles
One No. 70 New Era, 16 inch Oven 512.00,
One No. 7 New Era, IS inch Oven 514.00,
One No. 17 Centennial, 20 inch Oven
$20.00, worth 525.00.
One No. 8 Improved Lee ID inch Oven
$20.00, worth 523.00. With each Stove a
full set utensils. J. II. CUMM1NGS.
TIIE undersigned now lias charge of
T. P. Mitchell's New Com and Flour
Mills, and is prepared to make as good
Flour ami Meal as any Mill in the county.
Mills arc located two miles above New
Hope Church, on the Bell's Mill Iioad.
Give me a trial, and I will guarantee satisfaction.
JOHN C. IIUEY.
SAVE YOUR FRUIT.?Standard
Granulated Sugar 11 pounds for 51.00,
Standard A12 pounds, Extra C 13 pounds.
Good Brown 14 pounds.
J. H. GUMMING S.
whom everybody knows as tho successful
manager of the
Largest Hotel Enterprises
of America, says that while a passenger from
Kp.vj- York on board a ship going around Cape j
Horc, in tlie early days of emigration to California,
he learned that one of the officers of
the vessel had cured himself, during the voyage,
of an obstinate disease by the use of
Since then Mr. Lelaxd has recommended j
Ateb's Saesafaeilla in many similar
cases, and he has never yet heard of its fail- ?
tire to effect a radical cure.
Some years ago one of Sir. Lelaxd's farm
laborers bruised his leg. Owing to the bad
i??e Mrt/v? an noiv pprofnlons swellini?
or lump appeared on the injured limb. Horrible
itching of the skin, with burning and
darting pains through the lamp, made'life
almost intolerable. The leg became enormously
enlarged, and running ulcers formed,
discharging great quantities of extremely i
offensive matter. No treatment 'was of any
avail until the man, by Sir. Lelaxd's direction,
TTii3 supplied with Ayee's Sarsaeaiulla,
Tvhicli allayed the pain and irritation,
healed the sores, removed the swelling, and
completely restored the limb to use. \
Mr. Lrx.wp has personally used
for Rheumatism, with entire success; and,
after careful observation, declares that, hi.his
belief, there is no medicine in the world
equal to it for the cure of Liver Disorders,
Gout, the effects of high living, Salt
Rheum, Sores, Eruptions, ana uU tfp
various forms of blood diseases.
"We have Mr. Le land's permission to invite
all who may desire further evidence in regard
to the extraordinary curative powers of
Atrc-e'c Sawsapasitxa to see him nerson
ally either at hi3 mammoth Ocean Hotel,
Long Branch, or at the popnlar Leland Hotel,
Broadway, 27th and 28th Streets, New York.
Mr. Lelakd's extensive knowledge of the
good done by this tin equalled eradicator of
blood poisons enables him to give inquirers
much valuable information.
pbepaeed by t
Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; SI, six bottles for 53. i
From these soarces'arise three-fourths ci
the diseases of the human race. These
symptoms Indicate their existence: Loss of
.Appetite, Bowels costive, Sicic Headache,
fullness after eating, aversion to
exertion of body or mind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, A ?cling of bavins neglected
some duty, Dizziness, Flattering at the
Heart, Dots before the eyes, hlghjv colored
Urine, COXSTIPATICMV, and demand
the rise of a remedy that acts directly
on the Liver. v As a Liver medicine TTJTTJS
PIXXS have no equal. Their action on the
Kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removing
all impurities through these three " scavengers
of the system," producing appetite,
sound digestion, regular stools, a clear
skin and a vigorous body. TUTT'SPHXS
cause no nausea or griping nor interfere
with daily -work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
BE FEELS LUCE A SEW MAS. .
"I have had Dyspepsia, 'with Constipation,
two years, and have tried ten different
kinds of pills, and TTJTT'S are the first
that have done me any good. They have
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite is
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural passages. I feel like a new
man." W..D. ED WABDS, Palmyra, O.
Sold everywhere, 25c? Office, 44 UurraySt^N.Y.
TOTTS HAIR DW.
Grat Haib or Whiskees chang^, in
or sent by express on receipt of 91,?^ '
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York.
TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREE,
D. I Flenten
HAS JUST RECEIVED A SUPPLY of
CRAB APPLE, WHITE WINE AND
The Celebrated MAGNOLIA AND
New Orleans Molasses and Syrups.
Canned Goods of all kinds.
Teas and Coffees.
Granulated, Cut-Loaf, Pulverized aud
Lard in Buckets and Tierces.
HOTTEKSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
"FOR BOYS ANT) GTRLS.
1 HE ELEVENTH SESSION OF TIHS
reliable and excellent school will open on
the 3rd Monday in September, being the
15th day of the month.
The following are some of its '< dvantages:
1. High and healthy location.
2. Daily mails?being directly on the
A. T. & O. It. R.
3. No temptations to vice or idleness?
whisky not allowed to bo sold within three
miles of the town..
4. Thoroughly competent and wideawake
5. Constant care and vigilance over
Tlim-mir/hlv nronni7r>r1 miri \vr>ll r>rmin_
w. J ?? ..W v-?Av??^
peel Musical Department, both vocal and
instrumental, iji charge of one of" the hest
teachers in the State.
7. Improved methods of teaching.
8. Thoroughness?pupils prepared for
the junior or senior class of any college.
9. Chctqmm?the cheapest to he found
10. Satisfaction in niimini and quality of
work done guaranteed.
REV. W. W. OK II, A. M., )
PROF. J. C. CORK, A. B., )
Apply to Rev. W. "W. Orr, at Tluntersville,
X. C., for a catalogue containing all
the particulars in full.
WOODWARE. Pine, Paper. Cedar
and Galvanized Buckets, AVell Chain,Wood
Spoons, Butter Pruits and Paddles,
? UUIU> U1IU UCOtirw iUttUi."?j 'AlUUJll?
Pins, Pasiry Boards, Lap Boards, Clothes
Bars, Clothes Pins, Washboards, Tubs,
Clothes Lines, Wringers, Measures, Churns,
Etc. I have sold the T'XIOX CIIUIiN for
two years, and still sell it and guarantee
satisfaction. J. H. CUMMTN"GS.
* ' /* ' ''V
LOOK WELL TO YOUR INTEREST,
AND CALL AT
MACHINERY HALL aiul examine j
their Machinery before buying elsewhere.
We have a fail line of machinery always
on hand, and will take great pleasure in
showing it to all parties wishing to buy.
We represent tin? Celebrated
FRICK "ECLIPSE" ENGINE.!
"We have sold a number of these Engines
in this County, and every one* has given
entire satisfaction; in fact it is the best
Engine sold, without any exception.
And challenge the World to furnish better
vv e aiso sen tue
One of the best Mills in the market. We
have on hand a sample
Every farmer who raises grain should
have one of these Threshers.
We do not fear competition, as we represent
VERY BEST MACHINERY,'
Which we offer at as low figures and on
as liberal terms as can be found anywhere.
*No matter what you may want in ttic
Always write to us, and your orders
shall always receive our prompt attention.
All we ask is that you give us a trial,
and we will satisfy you that it will be to
your interest to buy your ilACUIERY
R. J. McCARLEY & CO.
TCf E INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
the public to our large stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
just received and now ready for inspection.
We call the special attention of the ladies
to our large stock of
consisting in part of
WHITE AND FIGURED LAWNS,
NUN'S VEILING, in all colors,
and some beautiful
The gentlemen are invited, before purchasing
elsewhere, to an inspection of our
large stock of
STRAW 1 FELT HATS,
Hand and ilacnme made biioes, Oiotnmg
and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Our buyer has recently returned from
New York, and all of our goods have been
selected with care, and we feel sure were
ST" SATISFACTION Guaranteed as to
FKICES and QUALITY.
McMASTER, BRICE & KETCH1N.
If you want a good WAGON, to last long,
and do good service with little or no repairs,
go to W. It. DOTY & CO.'Sand lniy
the Justly celebrated
and you will never regret it. A good assortment
always on hand. The best
BUGGIES on the market are the
rnr.rvp.rsj rfha-v rn p.T'GGTFs; i
Sold exclusively by
TV. R. DOTY & CO.
GoLD PAINT, for gilding old metal
lie or wooden material.
SILVER PAINT and BRONZE PAINT.
These paints are simply beautiful, as J
renewing old material to which it is appli- j
ed, and can be used by a child- |:
Call ana see tnem at tne l/rug store or
W. E. AIKEN.
CHABLESTOM "ADVERTISEMENTS. ;
Q W. STILES,
HURLEY BLOCK 109 MEETING ST..
Charleston, S. C.
Dealer in Paints, Oils, Brushes, Yarnisli
Glass, Putty, Colors, Glue, &c.
Manufacturer of SaddlEV," Bridles
Dealer in Saddlery. Hardware,
Leather, &c., &c.
Importer of English Bits, Stirrups, &c.
137 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C.
Importer and Wholesale D.ealer in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUIT,
Apples, Oranges, Bananas, C'ocoanuts,
Lemons, Pineapples, Potatoes, Onions,
Peanuts, Cabbages, &c.
S. E. Cor. Meeting & Market Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Q1IARLES C. LESLIE,
Wholesale and Retail Commission Dealer
FISII, OYSTERS, GAME and POULTRY
Stails Xos. 1 and 2 Fish Market.
Office No. 7 Market St., East of East Bay
Consignments of Country Produce are
respectfully solicited. Poultry, Eggs, &c.
Perishable Goods at owner's risk after
delivery to Southern Express Co.
BROTHERHOOD A CO.,
Dealers in Machinery and Supplies
'MAID OF THE SOUTH CORN MILL."
No. 1G5 Meeting St., Charleston, S. C.
Try our 50 cents Machine Oil?the best
in the market.
FROM THE CLAUSSEN BREWING CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.:
Have now a Standard Beer superior to oth- j
ers, put up in kegs, patent stopper bottles, j
oiirl V\Aff.]pc ?n fcarrolc fnr AYttAvf: tr* 9 I
longtime. Empty beer bottles bought
Agent in Columbia, Mr. Julius KrentleLs^
?IMPORTER AXD DEALER IN?
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGAPvS, TOCACCO,
GROCERIES AND PROV^ONS,
No 175 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
QTTO TIEDEMAX & SONS,
L02 AND 104 EAST BAY STREET,
CILVRESTON, S. C.
wnolesele Grocers, Liquor Dealers
197 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Q. W. AIM All & CO ,
"wholesale and retail dealers in*
CHOICE DliUGS, MEDICINES. CHEMICALS,
Perfumeries and Toilet Articles,
Opr. Kin % and Vanderliorst Streets.
CHARLESTON. S. C.
g B. THOMAS, AGENT,
No. 320 King St., Opposite Liberty,
WINDOW SHADES, PAPER HANGINGS,
Corn aces and Upholstery Goods,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
wrndowr Awnings Made to Order
AG. CUDWORTH & CO.,
155 Meeting Street,
Opposite Charleston Hot l
CHARLESTON, S. C.
^LVA GAttF & CO.,
CHARLESTON ICE nOUSE,
Market, Corker Church Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
S?"~Ice packed for tlie country a specialty.
J^UCAS & RICHARDSON,
STATIONERS, PRINTERS and BLANK
62 EAST BAT, CHARLESTON, S. C.
g A. NELSON & CO.,
?"wholesale .dealers inBOOTS
No. 23 Eayxe Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
JJENRY BISCHOFF & CO.,
A \rT) DEALERS IN" CAROLINA RICE
PROPRIETORS OF THE CELEBRATED
CAROLINA TOLU TOXIC.
199 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C
F. W. HABE5ICHT'S
AROUND THE CORNER!
FRE SH ARRIVALS EVERY WEEK
TIIURBER'S Canned Hoods, such as
Salmon, Sardines, Corned Beef, Tomatoes,
Potted Ham, Sliced Pineapple, Dried Apples?peeled:
Fancy Family Mackerel,
Pickles in glass and ban-els, Coffee, No. 34,
Roasted, a line article; Raw Coffee five
pounds to the Dollar, Lard, Fine Table
Salt, Genuine Apple Vinegar in Bottles,
Whole Black Pepper, Ground Pepper, Nutmegs,
Lea & 'Peirin's Worcestershire
Sauce, Soda, Starch, Soap. The Pride of
the Kitchen Soap, try it.
3 and 3inch Crown Lamp Chimneys,
Brooms, Painted and Cedar Buckets,
Matches, Good Wood Faucets.
Candies, Cakes and Confectioneries.
New Crop Potatoes, Cabbage, Lemons,
Omnoros (Vw>iijinntS- Ppjirmts.
Lemonade, Soda Water, Domestic and
Champagne; Ginger Ale, ilott's Genuine
JUST RECEIVED a lot of Good Five
Cents Cigars, better than ever, "Forest
King". Also a lot Imported at Ten Cents.
A full line Cigarettes, Duke's Smoking
Tobacco, also plug Chewing Tobacco, etc.
Alladin Security Oil, Kerosene Oil.
ICE TICKETS NOW READY.
THE LE ADER PLOW.~Allsizes
kept in stock. Plow goods of every description.
Brade's Hoes, Handled Hoes,
bpokes, iiiiiis, muds, suaits, roles, washers,
Shaft Rubbers, etc.
J. H. CTJimXGS.
: W A IS
flgg" THE PUBLIC TO
offer for sale our entire stock i
SUMMER GOODS AT /
for the NEXT THIRTY DA"
FALL AND WI
Give us a call and we will '
MEAN EVER? WORD W!
4 m " /
DURING THE SIB
my entire stock of
york cost, for
THE CASH AN1
0gr all goods chae
at regular prices.
goods at low figure
J. L. MIM
Styles are Mew
I invite my customers and fri
buying elsewhere. I guarantee my goods t
received my stock of Dress Worsteds for
THE SPRING A
Trimmings and Buttons to Trim all g
consisting of Ladies' solid Hose, Ladies an<
colored or black, Silk Mittens, Laces, Fichr
Ladies will save money by examining th?S
I have on hand the cheapest lot of T<
market Thg_best Lotus Lawns in Town a
ETcenfs per yard. The very T>estTloeirwooc
Domestic Ginghams and Dress Ginghams.
ITow Comes My St
Ten Dozen Pairs Ladies Hand Made
Also one hundred Pairs Ladies Hand made
Mv stock of CLOrHING AND GENT!
GIVE ME AN EART.Y CALL AND I C.
All customers served politely. No tr
uast natronace I solicit a continuance of th
ALSO IX STORE :
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH.
CLYSSE G. DESPORTES.
TT7" A AT^TT>"n
VY iin l jdjl/.
I will pav (15c.) fifteen cents casli per
Bushel for* i?,000 Bushels SOUND DKY
COTTON SEED, delivered to me at this
place before .the first of next November,
will exchange Cotton Seed Meal for Cotton
J. B. FR VZIER,
Oct 17-x3m Strotheis,.S.C. i
M. BROWN McMASTER, j
Attorney at Law,
WINNSBORO, SOUTH CAROLINA
Officc in north end of Beaty Building, |
Special attention also given to Surveying, j
Mch 18-fxGm S-2pd
Twenty-five bushels choice
BARLEY SEED?Home raised.
Aug 9-flxlm T. K. ELLIOTT.
yC.-' . / ; ^
- ' *"' ":"v' - -Sag
r ? ' ' "IS
, . *<&&&?&
ED & CO.'S,
KNOW T HAT WE WILL j
L GREAT SACRIFICE,
Y"S, to make room for i
NTER GOODS. J
CONVINCE YOU that we j0B
[LLIFOED & CO. I
- - . - ' *5;
1MER MONTHS I OFFER
DRY GOODS AT NEW
) CASH ONLY!
LGED WILL be CHARGED . ^
:S WILL DO WELL TO %
1 SUMMER ij
and Beautiful! I
ends to examine my Stock before ogive
perfect satisfaction. I bave just
oods. My stock of Notions is complete, 1
Children's Fancy Hose, Silt Gloves all 4
is, Collarettes, Linen Colored Lacc Tics.
jwels and Doilies ever brought .to this
X 5 cents per yard. Fruit of the Loom at ? .,
t Bleaching Jn Town at S% cents pfer^varrLLL -Ajd
rock of Ladies and
Shoes to be Fold at prices to suit the times. <t:.
Slippers to be sold at $1.00 per pair.
* "* . _-T
'S* FUBNISHNG GOODS IS COMPLETE. " jfl
AH- SUIT ALL. .
ouble to show goods. Thanking yoa for
E S AMUELS.
! __ 1
:1 ... ;
r GRASS BLADES,
HANDLED HOES, - '
To arrive in a few (lajfwijafl line
PLOWS AlSD SWEEPS. ^
MY GROCERY DEPARTMENT IS
KEPT UP TO ITS USUAL
S9". - jgfe
on HAND and FRESH.
Oil cousignment, a lot of Cat-tail
MILLET SEED, for cash only. .
A LITTER OP THOROUGHBRED
black Berkshire Pigs.
Apply to J. II. BEATY.
ROASTED COFFEE, a
blend of Mocha and Java, the finest goods v
put up. Ariosa and Jumbo are good Rios.
The Best Gunpowder and Hysons lor hot >v,
and a C(Wl Rlact TTrtrmrtea for tua
J. H> CUMiUNGS.