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THE MANNIG TIMES.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19, 1885.
B. S WMKINS, Editor.
The communication .published else
'here by Mr. Jno. C. Lanham, over
his owi signature, having refetence to
the vigilance question, came to us first
through an article in last week's issue
of the Tnms from the pen of of our es
Seemed correspondent, "Summerton."
We were not aware of the existence
of such a condition of affars as is thus
set forth necessitating the oramiza
tion of a body of this khud. It is a
deplorable state in which to be placed,
where the feeble administration of the
law would suggest the 'propriety of
calling in such aid. Though the pur-,
pose be a good one, and the designs
of those who inaugerated the at
tenpt be entirely for the enforcement
of good order and general benefit to
society, by eeping watch and ward
ovev the evil workings of lawless men,
yet would nt the experiment be at
tended with zoore or less danger? In
forming such a committee, men of the
best character and standing in the
neighborhood are, sometimes, from
peculiar characteristics, utterly un
fitted for discharging such a delicate
undertaking. Some men are so con
stituted, as in moments of excitement
to fnd themsalves once on the track,
' with the madness of a war
and indulging in such excesses
as would astbund themselves, in their
monea of calm deliberation. .
We4ae willing to lend countenance
ail aid to everything looking to af ll
efre n of the laws, but cannot
in stice to our convictions of right
do so, without expressing, - feas
Eterisined. If this oinmittee can
acoemplish th ef aimed at, with
the svi nequences frequently
Lom, they will certain
the hearty approval of
WS CQUNTBY EOPLli
3r. i r: For the last time probably I
abflappsi in your paper, and'if I trans
ues tho limits of a single communication,
pse m--it is necemry that I should go
-eab af oolumn, not to reply to "Ox
a r," but to me a "resume" as it were
oease of his bellowing, and the kind
J iswelkownL by now, my first paper
e.===insdwith the old adage "There is
igis* .p betwixtthecupi and the lip, &c,"
W1 wd bow the hopes of farmers are
heqyently dasbed, and then I showed how
mak a farmer to borrow $300 from
Ja factor. In this latter statement I
pubIshed afit,.as towtheir going to
~~,ts~bpc. 1simply published. a fact
emsjorityof thent. The above
ubtaice of my offending,
ehe do Be irst accuses
~j~~pin1 ~gscesfabuing my factor,
airngb eftsfromnhimand sitting
eiaealsummer, spending his
og making any effort to reim
~Jndes and ha goes further and
msweing ebarge to the effect that
~ II~t.Oflithe. farmers of Clarentdon
aeat dvances in indulgences and
~ ~uncus.~tai,that 99 out of 100 of
~frhds.nebbm . compatriots and fel
menssped thir ubstncein riot
annn iU*paper-Itook it inmood part
- sidin generm terms, but I replied
- -I~mgdhan to disprove the state
~demS any intention of abuse.
nee &a moment ques
*indiazihtto attackmne personally, for
auethad nothing in Ae world to
kd~ath~ua~rn1twas& fa lse one, and he
r u~a- ua~db, disprove it by a comn
~~2'ii~cor.appointed to wait upon
r1pose.s It wa therefore eon
~ aplooeaor, that thechllengewould
@~'F~an p~and that "Ox Farmer" would
a4>jcts and fgures certified to by
y o fctoa~homhehas pub
- - qD6 to represent, and with whose
isheseemasto be-so intimate
~aujuante. But nothing of the kind
..in& ~p~ea. eenly begs a asmall space to
oMeje And ye Gods what a re
a y.m p1y antherI personal tirade against
*iu.resensing me of riotous living
~ Ifabissing my factor. Thus: it is a'ith
~iaminds, who having nothing else to
ba puix. descend to abuse, vituper
S and Billingsgate. He clothed his
as&i decent aguage as he cooid, but twas
Dingsgatie aU-the same.
Now. Mr. Editor, it is not my intention
~ # aidrany thing in.this paper, but to
gImh.eastoulfarewell of "Ox Farmer,"
zog eve.wn to offer advice, for his two replies
ehr mdsnrely, that he is above advice.
er heure'replies," as he calls them, have
n aaught but self praise and self gratula
Sfaem the e band, and accusations of his
giblow eltizausandmyself of all that is un
jt.deceitful, mnean and fraudulent. He
ed, I flaank thee, that I am not as other
' - r.extortioners, unjust, adulterers, or
eve a this publican (Meipse). I fast twice
iirgeuseek I give tithes of all I possess,
Ba is one man ont of 100, by his own as
* ation,. "He pays as he goes," 99 devilish,
stens pubieans surround him, he alone
spuse. In conclusion let me say, that the
us~ungloiiinproceeding in the whole
mattid that this "On Farmer" should
,Imaery a'd writhout any authority from
bh 4est Money Kings who care no more
*him or me, than the very dust under
Trgeiden feet and the knowledge of
&*Ti*a wuld ot turn acurl of their
aI~It this "Ox~ Farmer" should take it
limefto defend this great body of
~p~e~ien and to eoni e to task, for
aMsgisement with which he had no
7 ...ina1 iutsmaat whatever. I never trou
lied him,. and yet h'e sits in j~udgment~ upon
-me, and 99 out of every 100 of his fellow
arntiman, It is written, "He that exldteth
A Break for Freedom.
(From ie (blumbia Record.)
This morning. (Nov. 12th.) about 6 o'lock
immediately after the guard had been sta
tioned and tae conviets turned out of thei:
cells for the day, three lifetine con-ict:
-Pleasant Miller, Sherman Smith and San
Jackson -made their way to a secluded par
of the prison grounds and with a previousli
prepared lad ler and rop: scaled the wall an<
started off. The gii..:O were promptly i:
pursnit and captured Miller and Smith with
in a few minates. Jackson succeed in get
ting off, although he left a bloody trail, be
ng evidently wounded by one of the gnard
Up to this time his capture is utin'fected.
Of the Board of County Commissioners fo
Clarendon County. of County claims ap
proved for the fiscal year commencing Nov
1st, 1884. DoLLAR9
1. 1). M. Brailaford. oridge re
2. Rivers Richardson, Trial Jus
tice Constable. 6 25
3. C. M. Richardson, Trial Jus
tice, 8 33
4. A. N. Ridgilc, burying nau
5. D. F. Mahony, Trial Justice
6. J. L. Rowe. Jailer, washing
and scouring. 3 50
7. - .lvin White, bridge repairs, b 00
8. .. -es Levi, Poor Rouse sup
9. Moses Levi. general account, 5 3.5,
10. P. G. Benbow, Trial Justice, 33 33,
11. S. A. Nettles, advertising, 36 00
12. S. A. Nettles, advertising, 600,
13, H. H. Lesesne, Sherifs ac
14. B. S. Dinkins, Attorney's
J. H. McKnight. County Com
missioners services, 42 10
E. G. DuBose. County Com
missioners services, 80
R. 31. Harvin, County Con
missioner's servicesv. 3G 80
B. S. Dinkins, Cler county
Coninissione , * 2 00
15. R. M. Tho, n, Trial Jus
16. C. V.chardson, Trial Jus
):orris Richardson, TrialJua
tico Constable, 525
38. P. G. Benbow, Trial Justice, 33 33
19. D. F. Mahony, Trial Justice
Constable, 6 25
20. H. H. Lesesne. Sheriff's
general account, 15 45
21. J. E. Scott, Co. Auditor, serv
ices as Jury Comr. 1800
22. J. P. Sports, bridge repairs, 25 00
J. ~. Barfield, bridge re
Pairs, 4 M3
24. C. C. Thames, Jury Comuris
sioner. ' 20 00
25. H. W. Hendricks, Sherifrs
account,. s 00
26. P. G. Benbow, Trial Justice, 1221
27. C. L. Witherspoon. Chr. Co.,
services Jury Comr. . 18 00
28. J. H. Mahony, Trial Justice, 25 00
29. D. F. Mshony, Trial Justice
Constable, G 25,
30. Norris Richardson, Trial Jus
tice Constable. 625,
31. C. M. Richardson, Trial Jus
32. J. J.Barfiel. wood for Sch'l.
Commissioners. 1 50
33. J. F. McElveen, Jrial Justice
Conssable,. G 25
34, C. C. Thames, Jury Commis
14. E.H. Hesesne, Sherifs gen
eral account, 2G9 02
36. J. L. Rowe, placing stove at
37. P. M. Wyndham, repairing
C. H. fence, 42 75
38. J..M. Pouncey, bridge re
39. J. C. Bagnal. Assignee, spades
for working roads, 4 00
40. Moses Levi, Poor House sup
41. Walker, Evans & Cogswell,
Record for Co. Auditor, 7 00.
42. Rt. M1. Thompson, Trial
Justice, 8 33,
43. H. H. Lesesne. Sheriffs diet
ing account 20 15,
44. J. J. Barfield, bridge repairs, 8 75.
4.5. WVi C. White, bridge repairs. 20 00.
46. J. M1. Pouncy.. bridge repairs, 26 00,
47. Simon iReardon, bridge repairs, 53 42.
48 3. 8. Wilson, Trial Justice, 73 33.
49.. R.3M. Thompson, Trial
5. J. F. MfcElveen, Trial Jus
tice constable 12 50,
51.. H. H. Lesesne, Sheriffs gen
eral account 51 64
52. H.KH Lesesne,. Sheriffs diet
in acun * 23 95.
53. J.F clen oostable
to.aceting Coroner 2 00.
54. R. M. Thompson, Trial Jus
tice acting Coroner 10 72.
55. D. F. Mahoney, Trial Jais
tice. constable,. Til 6 25,
56 3R1. Thompson,Tra
57. L. B.*Gibbon, bridge repairs 8 50,
58. J. J. Barfield, bridge repais,. 38 00.
Grand Jurors Feb. Court, 76 70.
Petit Jurors Feb. Court, 267 20.
State's Witnesses Feb. Court, 21 10.
Court Constables, 3300
59 Moses Levi, bucket for Jail, 30,
60. J. 3. Barfield, Supt. Poor
House, 61 66,
6L H. H. Lesesne, Sheriff,
hand cuffs, 9 00,
82.. 0'. L. Barrow, bridge repairs, 24 45
63. J. H. Mahoney, Trial Justice 25 00
64. B. M. Thompson, Trial Justice, 8 38
65. Jno. S. Wilson, Trial Justice 33 33
66. Jno. S. Wilson, Trial Justice
fees in Lunacy, 0
7. J. E. Scott, Co. Auditor's
service .as Jury Comir. 12 00
68 H. H. Lesesne, Sheriffs diet
ing account, 55 45
69. Edward Perry & Co., station
ary supplies, 557
70. 'W. W. Newman, bridge repairs 99 75
71. Thos. Timmons, diggrg pau
pers grave, 1 50
72. D: F.. Mahoney, Trial Jus
tice constable, 12 50
73. H. H. Lesesne, Sheriffs diet
ing account, 40 S0
74. Norris Richardson, Trial
Justice-constable, 18 75
75. C. M1. Richardson, Trial
Justice 25; 00
76. C. M!. Richardson, Trial
Justice 8 33
77. R. M1. Thomipson, TrihI
Justice, 8 33
78. Moses Levi, spades for wyork
ing roads 8 00
79. Moses Levi. coffn &c., for
dead pauper, 6 81
80 Marion Sanders, Sheriffs acct. 3 25
8. H. lH. Lesesne. Sheriff's act. 286 44
82. J. S. Wilson, Trial Justice, 33 33
83. J. E. Scott, Co. Auditor,
Pt. Auditor's clerical war.rant 125 00
Grand Jurors May Court 70 90
Petit Jurors May Court, 26'. 10
State's witnesses Mayv Court 78 20
Court constables May Court 43 50
84. John L. Smith, nursing sick
prisoner, 5 50
85. C. M1. Richardson, Trial
Justice, 8 6
86. Norris Richardson, Trial
Justice constable, 12 50
7. C. M1. Richardson, Trial
Justice, holding inquest, 8 50
8.. C. M!. Richarthson, Trial
Justice, holding inqueist, 8 50
89. Norris Richardson, sum.. Jury', 2 00
90. Norris Richardson. sum..Jury, 2 00
91. E. P. Coleman, brick work on
jail, . 00
92. C. C. Thames. Jury Commis
sioner's services, 14 0'0
93. John S. Wilson, Trial- Jus
tice, 33 33
94. II 31 Tnmpn.n Trialluas.
tice. 8 331
95. J. J. Barfield, Supt. Poor
96. J. J. Convers, School Com
e iissioner postage stamps, 3 69.
97. H. H. Lesesne. Sherifs di
eting aecount 2 60.
t 98. J. J..3arfield, building Poor
Honse stables 15 00.
S99 O. W. IeRoy. Desk for School
100. J. F. MeElve':n, Trial Jus
tice constable. 25- 00.
- 101. L. B. Gibbon. bridfge repairs, 5 00.
.102. Dr. W. H. Reynolds, Post.
mort. examination, 5 00.
103. John S. Wilson, Trial Justice, 33 33.
104. D. F. Mahoney. Trial Jus
105. R. M. Thompson, Triul Jus
10G. J. E. Scott, Pt. of Auditor's
Warrmnt, 150 00.
107. John S. Wilson, Trial Jus
tice Fees in Lunacy, 1 00.
108. John S. Wilson, Tria! Jus
tice Fees in Lunacy,. 1 00.
109. John S. Wilson, Trial Jus
tice Fees in Lunacy, 1 00.
110. John S. Wilson Trial Justice
Fees in Lunacy 100.
111. H. H. Lesesne, Sherilrs gen
cral account, 402.
112 U. 11. Lesesne, Sherif's dieting
113 Henry Smith, nursing sick pris.
oner, 41 00
114 John. S. Wilson, Jrial Justice, 33 33 _r
115 J . Hicks, bridge repairs, 3_W,
116 J. J. Barfield, nursing pauper, A 66 H
117 R. M. Thompson, Trial Jstice, 833
118 J. F. McElveen, Trial Justike
Constable, 18 75
119 D. F. Mahoney, .Tr..1'Justice
Constable, -. 12 50
120 H. I. Lemne, Sheriff's diet.
jr- ..connt, 35 10
12 H1. Lesesue, Sheriff's general
account, 150 40
122 11. H. Lesesne, Sheriffs gener
al account, 95 46
123 J. D. Alsbtook, Judge of Pro
bate, committing lunatics, 15 00
124 L. F. R Lesesne, lumber, 1 38
125 13. A. Walker, Poor House
126 John C. Durant, bridge re
pairs, 8 00
127 C. M. Richardson, Trial Jus
tice sa!ary, 24 00
128 Norris Richardson, Trial Jus
tice Constable salary, 1875
129 John S. Wilson, Trial Justice
salary. 33 33 H
130 J. H. Mahoney, Trial Justice
131 Moses Levi, Poor Ilouse sup
plics, 80 02
132 F. N. Wilson, Jail insurance, 35 00
133 H1. 11. Lezesue, Shvrifs diet
ing account, 52 20
134 Dr. Wnm. E. Brown, examin
in- inunatic, 5 00
135 Mariun ,anders, Sherifs ser
vices, 3 75
136 D. F. Mahoney, Trial Justice
Constable, 6 25
137 R. M. Tbompson, Trial Justice :(
salary, 8 33 G
118 J. E. Scott, County Auditor,
balance Auditor's warrant, 25 00
139 W. 8. Pack, building bridge, tS 00
140 W. C. White, building bridge, GG 00
141 Edward Perry & Co., office
supplies. 7 45
142 J. . Barfield, bridge repairs, 2 00 I
143 Mary M. Darlield, making cloth G
ing for paupers, 13 65 in
144 W. Hlampt.on Evars, Bridge ,
repairs, 8 00
145 S. A. Rigby, sundry supplies, 41 01
146 H. 11. Lesesue; Sheriff's ger.
ietal al ccount, 94 17
147 W alker, Evans & Cogswell,
supplies for offices, 42 00
148 Walker, Evans & Cogswell,
supplies for offices, 16 70
149 Walker, Evans a Cogswell,
supplies for offices, 15 00
150 Walker, Evans & Cogswell,
supplies for offices, 15 00
151 Walker, Evans & Cogswell,
- supplies for offices, 55
152 Manning Times. advertising, 14 25
153 James E. Davis,,C. Ca P., gen- 8
154. John F. McElveen~, Trial Jus- -
tice Constable, 12 50
155 John F. McElveen, Constable
to Coroner, 2 00
156 J'ames E. Davis, C. C. P., gen
eral accourot, .41 05
157 C C. Thames. Jury Commis
sioner's services, 17 00
158 C. M1. Richardsou, Trial Jus
159 Norris Richardson,- Trial Jus
tice Constable, . 251
190 F. N. Wilson, insurance Court
House, 80 00
161 J. J. Barfield, making bed
stei ds and furniture for Poor
H ouse, 4 50
162 J. J. Cunyers, School Commis
sioner, stamps and freight, 1 25
163 J. H. Mahoney, Trial Justice 25 00
164 Rt. 0. Pordy, attorney's fees, 30o00
155 H . H . Lesesne, Sheriff's diet
ing account, 117 65p
166. WV P. cole, Sheriff's general
account, 3 85
167 Moses Levi. Poor House sup
plies, 18 78
168. N. A. Rlidgill, Corocer, act
ing-Sheriff, 3 00
169 Dr. John I. Ingram, examzin
ing lanatics, 10 00
170 D.r. Jobn 1. Ingram, medical
,attention to pa~upers, 158 00 '
171 Manning Times, advertising, 23 25
172. Man ning Times. advertising, 16 25
173 R.M.. Tompson, Trial Justice. 8 33
174 John S. Wilson, Trial Justice, 33 33
.175 ii. H. Lesesne, Sheriffs gener
.al account, 1.0525
. 17 H . H. Lesesne, Sheriff, conveJ
lug prisoners to the penitenti
177 Dr. H. HI. Iuggins, examining
.lunatic, mnedical attention and.
medicine for panpeis, 02 55
.178 Dr. I. M. Woods, post mortem
examination, 5 00
.170 Dr. 1. M. W oods, post mor tem
,examination, 5 C0O
180 Dr. I. .'.. Woods, post mortem IJ
.examitnation, 5 00 yC
281 B. S. Dinkius, expert to grand
.jury, 25 00
182 Clarence Senix, brick work at
.jail, 1 50
183 Clatrendon Enterprise, adver- 30
184 Clarendon Enterprise, ndver
183 W. 8. Logan. damaf.es. 8 00
. 1O G. T Tucker, damages, 15 00
187 Manning Times, advertising, 1 75
.1188 Jatzies E. Davis, C. C. P., sen
eral accoun t,690
..I 189 D). F. .Mahouey -Trial Justice W
Constable 6 25
. G:aud Jurors, October court, 166. t0
.Petit Jurors, Ocetober court, 375 40
. Stae's witnesses, t)ctober' court, 139 00
.Court Constable::, Uctober court, 57 00
C. L. W.ithersp~oon,, Chairmins
.County Cotmmissioners, ser. ice, 170-50 C
.W. J. Gibbons, County Comn- B
,imissionetr, serv'ices, 148 30
.1R. S. Contnor, County Comtmis
siotner, services, 117 40
J. G. H::ggius, Clerk Board
.Coun ty Comm issioners. 172 00
- Agregte,$7,380. 76
Commissioner .L.Wtesonserved 58
days and travelled i000 miles.P
ommiissioner W. J. Gibbons servemi 41 D
days and travel led 1326 muiles.
Comissioner' 1t. S. Conner served 4S days
arnd travelled 4-28 miles.
fir 1 hereby certify tihe foregoing to be a
true and correst repor t of lelaims approved by
the Board ot County Commissioners for the
fiscal year ending cobr 1, 1885, to dte.
J.tbe G. hUGGINS, -
Glerk Board Co. Comn. C. C.
n anine 5- (., Nov. 14. 1885-.j0
AL~WA-Y-S A-E:AD !
VIO SE S L E VI 'S!
Fall anacl Wiater StoolC.
THE LADIES DEPARTMENT
Shows the flinest Assortment ever offer ed in this part of the
ate, and consists in part of
English Dre's Goods,
Changeable Dress Good .
French Dress Goods,
Latest Novelty Dress Goods,
Berber Cloths, Flannel Suitings, Shudah Cloths, Silk mixe Suitings,
andsome Combination Suits.
Dress Surah Silks,
Colored and Surah Satis,
Black Dress Goods.
Prints of all kinds,1
Fall Sateen Chintz,
New Style Calicoes,F
White and Red Flannels,.
White and Colored Zephyr Shawls.
Linen Table Damask, Ioyfies, Towels, Napkins, Sheetings, Shirtings
Full line of Laces, Embroideries, Collars, Ruchings, Hosiery, Gloves
andkerchiefs, Ribbons, and a plendid line of
Jerseys and Corsets.
Tliat will prove Durable and -coxmt-ou-rmA:. made purposely
suit mv lady friends. an(l stamlpd with my Name and
lentlem en, I Thought of You, and
archased before.the recent rise in goods, and knowing that the Crops of
>ttou are short of your expectations, and that the price may rule Low, I
tend to sell you Cheap! CHEAPER than you ever bought, not cnly your
va and your Boys
1EADY MADE CLOTHING
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, of which I have an immense stock, carefully
selected, but I will Sell you Cheaper than you can buy in Charleston,
Anything you need from a tooth pick up. Look at my
Double and single sets Harness, Saddles,
Bridles, Collars, Hames, Chains, as~es,
Knives, Locks, Hinges,
Cutlery, Pot ware, Watch
- s, Chains, Clocks, Guns, Pistols,
STOVES and SEWING MtACHINES
Am> I IL ASTONISH YOU WI-h mH ~cE
And quality of my
I had almost forgotton to tell you of some
ery FINE BROAD CLOTHS and Dress Goods.
LOOK AT THEM.
le Sure to Co
UP STAIRS !
And you will see a splendid line of Overcoats, TDrunks, Valises, Blankets,
nbrellas, Carpets, Mats and Rugs. all bought to be sold Lowira than
u would imagine.
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF
Best and Cheapest Flour, Bacon, Coffee, Sugar, Rice; Syrups,. Molasses,
~a, and every kind of CANNED GOODS, Right Fresh, bought for CASH,
ill be sold at living prices.
Splendid Line of Crockery.
Dishes, Plates, Cups and Saucers, Tumblers, Goblets, Molasses Pitchers,
eam Pitchers, Water Pitchers, anid all sorts TIN WARE, Tubs,
.ckets, ali sorts of HARDWARE.
ge-Fr FErEST .A TD C-FrmA F".T
Bed Room Sets, Rocking Chairs, Lounges, Mattresses, all Sorts of Chairs,
eture Frames, Looking Glasses, Hat Racks, Tables, Buf'ets, Closets, Cases,
sks, and all at VE RY LOW! PI/WCES.
COFF.LNS of all styles andl sies const.<m!g on kaoul.
IT IS A FTACT
Mv goodis were borught before the r ecent 1rise in prices, and
wiil sell them as Low as the same can beC bought ini any Town
N E W S T 0 R E.
GENTLEMEN'S Furnishig ( oods. TRUNKS.. IATS,
CAPS, can be found at the IR ON STORE, Entooru;
TREE-r. opposityf4E3'G & BELLS .Livery Stable, at LOWER
Prices than t36- can be bought elsewhere in 3LAXMN. CalE
s~teirn do 3Pe .L3a tuxob.
ALINX. S. (. Sept. 16.
CHARLESTOT, S. C.
Corner HAYNE .xN C HURCH Steets.
WLiberal Advances made on Cnsignrments of Cotton.,i%
ASHEPOO PHOSPHATE COMPAWf
Eutaw-Ashepoo Fertilizers. Aslhepoo Pahaetto Acids,
Kainit. Cotton S eed Meal.
Bottom Figures, and First-class Goods..
DON'T _EA_ THIS
WE WARR A NT LONG MA.i & MAAENEZ'S
To last LONG ER than any otLei Prepared Paset or any Pair.
Mixed hb y- Pure WIit&.
the m osLead,. Pur
experienced Linseed Oil:
Painter from ar
If after any reasonable length of ti me it should e provens
otherwise than guaranteed. we agree f o repaint seh property as;
has been painted with it, at our e Kpense, wita siuchl White
Lead or other Paint as the property owner may adevt.
S. WEISKOP F, Sole Agents
Dealer in PAINTS, OILS, G. ?ASS &c.
325 King st. Ob.ELr lestOi5, S. C.
N. B. Constantly on hand a full supply of' stric-ty pur&
WITH BUTT ON-HOLE -
DRUGS, MEDIChNES,, AND~
0Of JEvery Desc~ription.
Paints, Oils, Win dow Glas s, Varnishes, ands
of every kind. Also a Complete and Pull Assoranuent of
Lamps, Lanterns, Scaps, Perfumery,
Stationary Paint, Brushes, Etc.
WPresriptions and Familyr Receipts earefully Comnpoundeda
at any hour. W LBON& ,
Ap>r 1.5 -Mansiinge. S. C.
'THE PALACE SALOO
ROSEEfORF~ & 00., Popridta
Foreign and Domestic Lign ors, Wines, Ales~
The finest Liquors and Segars. dispensed over th?e "The .alace" Bar by -
Billiards and Pool on First--Class Tales.
Plain and Fanc" Drinks.
"THE PALACE" is located in the New Duialing, adjoini:4 Court Houe
&juare. March 4 .