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THE MANNING TIMES
WEDNESDAY, SEP. 22,1886.
B. S. DINKINS, Editor.
Our Standard Bearers.
J. P. Rics.uzrnsox, of Clarendon.
W. L. M.wXLDIm. of Greenville.
&Cretary f t1ate,
W. Z. LErrNz, of Eershaw.
W. E. SToEY, of Berkeley.
J. H. EAst., of Sumter.
I S. BAmBERG, of Barnwell.
Adjafant and Inspector General,
M. L. BoSHA-, of Abbeville.
Superintendent of Education,
J. H. RicE, of Abbeville.
The Democratic Congressiona
Convention of the Seventh Distric
met yesterday at Summerville an<
nominated Col. Wm. H. Elliott, o
Beaufort, for Congress.
The second Primary for Clarendoi
has just come to an end, and as mus
necessarily come to pass, some ar
elected, jubilent and proud, other
are left to chew the cud of "bitte
Jancy," mourn over cruel destiny, an<
fall again into the old ruts of life, so
ber and sadder men, than when the;
cast anchors into the stormy and un
certain waters of political life. Th
fat of the sovereign people has agaih
gone forth, for the next two and fou
years. As the lovers of good orde
and friends of the old Democracy, w
trust that the defeated candidate
(c.ad know they will) join hands ii
the patriotic work of exerting migh
and main, to secure the election ii
November, of all who have thus beei
placed in nomination by the Party
With the results, modes and mean
fresh before us, it would seem to b
an appropriate time for our people ti
look at this question of election, an<
endeavor to formulate some plan tha
will go to meet, and if but partially
remedy the evils incident to bot]
methods; and take what is good o
the one, and add to the other.
The objection to "Convention," it i
claimed, is the lack of proper repre
sentation and "wire pulling." Th
faults of the Primaries are too obvi
ous and recently set forth to nee<
comment; and with every man wh<
has given the subject thought, ther
is a desire to improve upon the sys
system in some way.
It occurs to us that a happy hal
way ground would be, to increase th(
representation, one for every ten
This would give every neighborhoo<
its voice, and, as for manipulation
there is no part of the county bu
what that number'is carried by som<
one man in whom the people hav<
confidence. Representative men ar
sent, and whether at the neighbor
hood primaries or the bustling con
vention, the same forces are at work
There are many considerations to in
iLuence decision in favor of the latter
.At the close of our hotly contestei
.election, we throw out these suggest
ions that our people may look at then
in every way, and form conclusions
'when the judgment and reasonini
Iaeulties are free from the bias for o>
-againstany person; and when the on<
object-ouor country's good stands
p re-eminent and foremost -in th<
hearts of every one who really loves
his native State, and would perpetu.
.ate her glory and her greatness.
MXr. Jos. F..Rhame, who has beet
-nominatedidr the State Senate, is'ont
of our leading lawyers; and has foi
snany years been a resident of the
town of manii", where his sturd)
worth and close attention to business
has brought the success so worthily
won. He will represent the County
of Clarendon with credit to himsell
and those who sent him.
Messrs. E. R Plowden and James
E. Tindal have been nominated to the
House of Representatives, the latter
going in on the first ballot. These
gentlemen are both good and sub
stantial farmers. Intelligent and od
.moral worth, they go fully equipped
to bring the long neglected farmina
interest to the front; and with the
weight of a heavy responsibility upon
them, we believe that they will be
found when ever and where ever
Maj. P. G. Benbow, who has been
called to-the chair of education, is well
sitted for the duties and will no doubt
give back deeds, as School Commis
sioner, in payment of trust, as ex
pressed by their votes.
The Treasury will still be in the
safe custody of our popular Treasur..
er, Dr. H. H. Huggins, whose name
is a household word, not only in to'wn,
but all over the county, and a syno
nynm for genial good will and kind
Messrs. A. M. Brailsford, a C. Hor
ton, and T. J. Cole, are to take the
. material and financial control of the
county, as her Commissioners, for
two years to come. These gentlemen
are too well known to render any
commendation necessary. They are
the right men in the right place.
The Judge of Probate's office wil]
have as its guardian keeper, Mr. L
Mr. Appelt is well known and uni
versally liked over the whole County
He will make a zealoins guardian oj
the interests of the widows and or
Capt. D. 5. Bradham has been nom
inated for appointment as Counts
Capt. Bradham was, we think, borr
in this county, and has always resided
here, more or less. His record as e
soldier in the late war will compare
favorably with the deeds of the bray
at Just afite the war he +mlle the
high office of Sheriff of Clarendo
We have been informed by Col. H
L. Benbow, that a "Labor Union" ha
been formed in Sumter County an<
extending into the Santee section o
Clarendon, at the head of which, a
he had been told, Mr. Jno. M. Tindal
of the former place, stands as its exec
utive and directing agent. One of hi
neighbors had a number of hands ii
a cotton field picking cotton, when ai
influential negro, in a manner quit
authoritative, ordered the laborer
from their work, unless paid a certail
price, considerably in advance of wha
had always been given, and was th
established custom. The same beinm
very properly refused, the hands a]
left and went elewhere, or to thei
It appears, from reports, tha
through a system of labor liens o
checks, he (Mr. T.) arrogates to him
self the right and privilege of takin!
the question in hand, and to say wha
shall or shall not be done; and order
them anywhere, or recalls them at hi
If this be true, and the rumor i
certainly correct, in part, beyom
doubt, we will have inaugurated i
our midst a condition of things tha
bodes no good, either to planter o
laborer. It is a flagrant violation o
the rights of persons; tampering wit]
our industries and enticing off, unde:
specious pretences, those "who taki
no thought for the morrow." Thi:
conduct is reprehensible in the ex
trenie and deserves the severest con
demnation, and the most summar:
process. The peaceful attitude of th<
laborer to his employer should be fos
tered, by every means, and he wh<
makes the attempt to bring about an;
such condition of affairs, should b
looked after without delay; and th<
offender taught such a lesson, as wil
cause him to enter no more disturb
I ing elements into our agricultural af
fairs. There is no better time to taki
these things in hand, than in the be
5 ginning, before they have taken bok
upon the minds of the poor and ig
norant laborer, and injected too deep
ly the poison of discontent.
WAsHrsITox, Sept. 18, 1886.
The winter population of Washing
ton is beginning to return, and th
hotels as well as the buisiness an
fashionable quarters of the city an
resuming their wanted appearance
Ii will be a long time until the hall!
of Congress and the corridors of th
Capitol are again crowded with leg
islators, lobbyists, and sight seers
but, meanwhile, matters of nationa
interest are daily transpiring here
and the importance of the capital a.
the great and permanent news centr<
of the United States is recognized b:
the many papers who now keep cor
respondents here the year around
The Capital has grown with th<
growth of the Nation. The govorn
mnent of the United States, the nation
al life and manners as mirrowed ir
Washington have become a subjec
of interresting study, not only to the
philsoperthe historian and the
moralist, but to millions of intelligeni
citizens throughout the country.
Every year more and more Wash.
ington is being selected as the natu.
ral rendezvous of all Conventions and
Assemblies that are at all national it
their character. Arrangements wer<
proposed the other day for the accom
odation of the soldiers to be preseni
next May at the grand competitive
dril!, for which $20,000 in prizes are
offered, and to which every military
company in the country wilil be invit
ed. During the coming winter sever
al national conventions will rendez
Washington is the most attractive
city in the country, especially in win
ter. Handsome public buildings, pri
vate residences hardly equalled by
any American city for number and
beauty, broad streets and two hun
dred miles of asphaltum pavement, al
most every street embowered in foliage
and the presence of the most distin
guished men of the whole nation in
assembly-these are unique features,
and they "draw." They have drawn
thousands of welthy men to come~
from all parts of the Union and build
residences, transforming the Capital
into our winter Saratoga. If the
Knights' Templar desire to hold their
conclave here during our most enter
taining season, we will not only wel
come them as an assurance of our re
gard for their honorable and useful
order, but we will take measures to
extend to them royal hospitality.
Washington is equal to her destiny.
The Crops in the State.
MoNThtY 1.EPORT OF THE EARMN
The following is furnished by the
State department of agriculture:
The State department of agriculture
has recieved 229 special reports from
county and township correspondents
'regarding the condition of the grow
ing crops', and furnishes the following
summary of these reports for publica
The weather during August has
been variable in different sections of
the State. In some localities ther-e
has been too much rain and in others
too little. Northeast winds have pre
vailed in some counties, and the
nights have been cool, but generaly,
the weatherhas been propitious, 174
correspondents reporting it as favora
ble, and 51 unfavorable.
Cotton shows considerable improve
ment since the 1st of August. Up to
that date the seasons had been
generally unfavorable for the crop,
but during August the plant
grew rapidly and put on a fine
amount of fruit. In many sections,
however, the weed is still small
and poorly fruited. The crop on red
lands promises a much better yield
than was anticipated a month ago,
but on sandy lands little inip.tovement
has been noted. Rust is reported in
nearly every section, and slight shed
ding of under leaved is noticed. The
f caterpillar appeared in Abbeville,
Greenville, Clarendon, Orangeburg,
, eauford, Berkele-, Charleston,
Hamlpton, Marion, Sumter, and Wil
liamsburg, but the damage to the
crop of the State from this cause
amounts to less than two per cent.
In the lower counties, where the loss
is usually greatest, remedies were
promptly applied as soon as the cater
pillar appeared, and further injury
prevented. The yield of cotton will
depend largely upon the fall season.
1 L will be materially reduced by an
r early frost, while much of the young
fruit will mature if frost is late. The
t top crop has been injured in some
sections by the drought.
The average condition of the cot-;
ton crop for the months of Jun'v, July
and August of the present year was
77 against 9G for the s:une months in
1885. There is the difference, howev
er, in favor of the present crop. In
1885 the crop sustained the greatest
injury in August, when, from the ef
fects of drought, high winds and cat
erpillars, the condition dropped to 84
on the 1st of September. Tbis year.
as already stated, the crop improved
duriing the month of August. The
condition on the 1st of September this
year is reported as follows: Upper
Carolina, 78; middle Carolina, 76; and
. lower Carolina, 80. ' Average for this
State. 7 against 84 at the same time .
Slast year. and 67 on the first of Au
gust this year.
The area of the present crop is 1,
630,856 acres, against 1,722,107 acres
Early in the year the outlock for
a full corn crop was very promising,
but the total yield has been reduced
by the destruction of the crop on bot
tom lands, and the partial failure of
the crop on sandy lands. The reports
for Angust show tt early planted
upland corn wil gia a full average
yield; the late planting will make a fair
crop, while that part of the crop re
planted on river and creek bottoms
does not promise the usual yield. The
condition of the crop September 1 is
reported as follows: Upper Carolina,
72; middle Carolina, 83; lower Caroli
Ina, 87. Average for the State 80,
against 100 on the 1st of Seitenber,
1885. The area of the present crop is
1.484,851, acres against 1,420,298
acres last year.
WITEAT AND OATS.
Wheat and oats were harvested in
fair condition. The wheat area was
192,746 acres and the yield 1,151,097
bushels, a decrease in the yield of 46,
428 bushels. The oat area was 311,
-406 acres and the yield 3,700,757
bushels, an increase in the ?ield of
Sale of Personaly
STATE OF SOUTH CAItOLINA,
CoUNTY OF CLAmr.nDON.
OTICE IS IHEREIIY GIVEN TITaTI
~pursaant to an amiendato~ry order I rota
the Jndge of Probate of said County, bear
ing da te Septemiber 18thi, 1886, I will, on
Monday, th e fourth day of October next,
.Sis'kay, in the town of Manning in s~dd
county, beginning at 30 o'clock A. M., sell t
at public auction, to the highest bidder, for
cash, all of the remiainde~r of thc personal y
p~roperty belonging to the estate of. James
II. McFaddin, deceased, consisting of:
One horse, one mule, one carriage andC
harness, one watch and chain. And immne-a
diately thereafter, continuing from day to
day, beginning at 10 o'clock each day, until
the entire stock shall have been disposed of,I
a stock of General Merchandizc consisting
Dry goods, ready made clothing, B3oots
and shoes, hats and capa, hardware, cutlery
Purchases will be delivercd only when a
MATILDA R. McFADDIN,
Admr'x of Est. of .Jamaes H. McFaddin,
The fall Session of Sumimerton (
High School will begin on Monday
ISeptemnber 6th, 185;.
The Principal will have competent
Terms per month: from $1.50 to
$1.00, according to grade.
Board, from $8 to 910.
Mr For further particulars, apply
to Dr. T. L. Burgess, Chairman Board
of Trustees, or to
Jho. C. LAs-nAr,
WEAKNESS, CHILLS AND FEVERS,
MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT,
NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM.
IT is Invigorat- Tgives NEW
ing and De- LIFE to the
Rightful to take, whole SYsTEM S'
and of great value by strengthening si
as a Medicine for the Muscles. Ton- ke
weak and Ai jing the NERVES,
Women and Chili- anid comnpletely Di P
dren. gesting the focd. a
C O A EoYk, olia,'
Minere-ls, is co- phy~sicians.teirg 0
posed of care'uIly how.. to treat dis- E
selecccd Vegeta- ~ cases ait HOME.
ble Med! cin-es, r.ed, toge~ther
fully, makin g a~ some cards byne
Safe and Pleasant H :' proces,
Remedy. on receipt of io c.
Volina Drug and Chemical Company,
3z.LT0E, 29., U. & A
Nsppr Adv sng Bureau ( 1N sprue S.)
MRS, A. EDWARDS
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE,
Manning, S. C.,
Fr;-h Fruits, Vegetables, Nuts, &e., on
mnd and arrivin daly
My Bakery Depart
Compldete with lnva: .!nd pastry.
C03IE AND SEE ME .ND BE CON
rinel that my prices are low and that I
:annot be undersold.
Both light and heavy and always fresh,
-2 Canned Goods in endless variety.
Country trade solicited.
I thank my friends and patrons for past
avors an ask a ,ont:inuance of same.
:? Remembr the plaeo opposite Court
1onso. Dee 17
state of South 'Carolina. i Court of Common
County of Clarendon. ( Plea4.
Francis J. Pelzer, Francis S. Rodgers, V.
3. 3I1kenfuss, T. S. Ingh-sby. and Francis
1. Pelzer. Jr., Cupartner.s as Pelzer, Rodgers
A gai nst
illiai 0. MicIntosh,
N OBEDIENCE TO AN ORDER TO
me dirveted in above stated case. by
rudge B. C. Pressley, I will sell in front of
he Court House in Manning, within legal
iours, on Monday. the Ith day of October
iext. to the highest bidder for cash, the fol
owing property, to wit:
All that parcel or tract of land on the
Corth side of Newman's Branch on Green
sav, waters of Pudding Swamp, containing
bree hrndred and twenty acres, and boun
.d on the North and North West by the
ands of Daniel Dennis, and the lands of
Irs. Leonora J. Green, and on the North
ast by the estate of . Evans, and on the
;outh East by lands of L. T. Player, lands
f E. S. McIntosh and lands of M. P. MeIn
osh. and on the South by lands of I. P.
JTeIntosh and lands of Harper Woods.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
11. H. LESESNE,
Sheriff Clarendon Countv.
Sep. 8th, 1881.
state of South C;aroinai: Court of Conmon
Clarendou County. I Pleas.
H. .1. LHaig,
F: P. Harrington,
Order of Forelosurc.
. TOTICE IS IIEREBY GIVEN THAT
L under and by virtue of a decree made
n the above entitled action, by Judge B. C.
'ressley, dated Feb. 10th, 1880, I will sell
o the highest bidder, for cash, at MIanning,
a the said County and State. in front of the
~ourt House, within the usual hours of sale,
n MIonday. the 4th day of October, 1886.
be following parcels of land, or so much
hereof as may be necessary to pay the costs
nd expenses of sale and of the said action
ud the amount now due upon the Bond and
lortgage, ordered to be foreclosed by the
aid decree. The following is a descrip
on of the premises, viz:
1. A parcel of land containing three
.undred and forty-three acres, more or less,
nd is bounded on the North by' lanis of B.
~. Pierson, East by lands now or formerly
f D. E. Rleardon, South by ran of Black
iver, and West by the parcel of land be
2. That otlie parcel of land containing
to hundred and fifty seven acres, more or
3ss, and is bounded North by hinds of John
'nllwood' East by the parcel of land just
bove described, South by Black River, and
i'est by lends of L. D. Plhyer and MI. V.
vans. Purchaser to pay for papers.
H. H. LESESNE,
Sh'ff Clarendon Co.
Sep. 8th, 1886.
Wholesale Groccrs and
159 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTO'N, S. C.
Direct Importers of Ales, Porters,
Eines, and Brandies.
F. N. Wilson,
MIANNING, S. C.
M.ssIxe, S. C., Aug. 26, 1880.
A Grammiar School for Boys and Girls.
The second year of this School will begin
spt. 0th, ]8S3, and close Juno, 1:87. The
veral courses of study, :as rsrnted be
w. are designed to meet the present and
~ospiective wants of those wvho may attend
JOURSE OF STUDY.
Spellinig, First PZead'-r, Primtary Arithnrie
:, and Writin.g.
Sydlling, Second :a:t 'Third Readers,
ritn Arithmetic. rimary Geography,
rali.h Gramar, Pr ima ry i sto~ry, Com
eitions5, Writing., D)clami.atin
intrth li:dier Pre cal Arithme, In
rmaediate Ghartphy, Eniahu Grammar.
isncy cf South C arolina Conden-ed U. '.
istory. Corpo-ition, Dictation, W~riting.
Algebra, Physical Geographyv, English
ramar,( Comp.tion and, Rlhetorie, H is
ry of Englan,, Phuy-ies. Botany, French,
itin Greck ,cloction, Declanmation, The
Expenses and other particularse, apply to
HE TOWN TALK!.
The in Fl i and Winter Goods at
tore. whereattndtitns still cotin ue.
full line of )ress Goods, (Ionsistigl of
Mohair Mix ture Diagonal
Serge, liagonal Cashmere,
Mauch Serge, Persian
Suitings and Pop
Eddystone Linings, Cam-:
A full line of White Goods and Embroideries always on
Ladies and Misses Jersey Jackets,
Hoods and Vorsted Cloaks.
Ladies Walking Jackets.
Ladies and Misses Solid Colored Hose.
Gloves. Hlandkercheifs. and everything usual
ly kept in a First-class Dry Goods Store.
Gents' Furnishing G oods. <
Meni's, Youths' and Boys' Clothinr, of latest styles and low
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Wear the Standard Screw Fastened Boots and Shoes.
Hats and Caps
for Men. Boys and Children, of the latest styles and lowest
p r ice s..7
Fresh lot of
Famil y Grooeries
always on Hand at "Rock Bottom" prices. Sole agent for The
Westiifnster Roller Pate nt Flour. the best on the Market.
Try a can of n- Moriiimnental Baking Powder for 50c., and
a lamp complete. worth 30 cents. thrown in free.
Grand Central Tea, 60c. per pound, and a china cup and C
saucer put in with every pound.
I have this year added to my general stock. a nice and
carefully selected stock of furniture, consisting of Bed Room
Sets, Bedsteads. Chairs, Tales, Matresses, Bureaus, and Zinc
safes at the very lowest mnarket prices.
WThanks for past favors, and solicit a continuance of same. i
Sept22 ~LOUIS LOYNS.
At the Saloon of S. WO.XLKOVIsKIE, Agt., the
celebrated "Sweep Stakes" Rye Whiskey, pre
pared and suhl only byMesr.3ayer, Sons &
Co. of Philadelphia. Thswhiskey has a nation
areputation for its medicinal qualities. .
Mmr. Wolkoyiskje has on hand, also, the "Ger
man Bitters." highly recommended as a liver reg
Wholesale Druggist, ERs.131 & 133 .WCS OSS
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C. I HWT U. T *iE
-A.- laerta vn g ote iin
Dealer in Druga, Metuecmes, Foreign I modae oaigf
and Domestic Chemicals, Glassware, E,* "'* m
Spices, Brushes, Essential Oils, Suir- *.4tg2
gical Instruments, Perfumery, Fancy atg saonch
Goods, SHOW CASES, of 'all sizesj woe.amyrt.
and all articles, usually found in a
First-classDrug House. Prices low George W, Steffens,
Quick sales and small profits. wHOLES.LE GHocER,
Anetion an d Commission MIerchant and i
E LIQUOR DEALER.
W . Aa Reckling, I07 &1090East Bay, Charleston,SC6.
I Agent for the Clayton & Russel Bit
RFLTDET !TE ers, and t!-e celebrated road cart.M
COLUMIBIA. S. C. aloAegoCarFcry
otatPhotographs, Ster 4 an L hretn .C
Old Pictures Copied and enlarged. atu &C.
~e Anacuero Cigars Factorr
andose dealers in Lqors
475 aest.a, Charleston, S. C.
THEELEBATEDCig9 &FacTird v. . Y
MantER ou e Poa&s Co.na
Mrangfcuers Ccas, Iplers .e
leadin rgan nuts fullstocof Fitas, &c. and
O1VEasRByCharleston, S C
IN ONSAN US. ESAISHEDctry N.3Y.
am.raes, Cowelnt, pple nd Siler
ELECNT DSnGN.s, Spel ttritiawson and.ac
R 'iEL FNcSEDHNY AE
INS CEAONT ATERSE.NOIL !T
BuyCDirc frOm teRMfcturer. h irtc ~vnbt
WlsaloCTC GaUArNEED fron. tec:.:rs~ Mnigan on
INELY ORG N ARANEDFR rnnt
SEDFRRUSED. Sbnoi 2c
TNdEs ISUSR ASD
READIN~G ORlGANT C0., .c DC
F. J. EANTN, Kanager, Jl'7 SG
ESTBLSHE 136 e
HENRY STEll 1,
IAPORTER. AND DEALER IN
Foreign and Domestic Fruit,
Apples, Oranges, Bananas, Cocoa
nuts, Lemons, Pineapples, Potatoes,
Onions, Peanuts, Cabbages &c.
S, E. Corner Meeting & Market Sts,
Charleston, S. C.
D. BENTSCHNER &CO.
Furnishing Goods and Hats
FOJ R E , YOUTI[3 AND BOYS.
230 King Street,
CIIARLESTO, S. C.
PEOPLE OF CLARENDOY.
Having made arrangements with
be best distilleries, I am now pre
ared to furnish my customers with
My stock is now complete with the
!hoicest brands of
I have in stock a magnificent line
if Cigars and Tobacco in which
Liqor fr Mdiinl r
OSe.S a spect~ay.
I also take pleasure in introducing
he Kurnitz kie's celebrated Wire
xrass Bitters; also the Carolina
linger Tonic. These Bitters and
onics are noted for their medicinal
Iy Pool and Billiard tables
ArE NEW AND FnST-cLASs.
Thanking the public for past pat
onage and soliciting a continuance
if same, I remain,
S. WOLKOVISKT,, AGT.
AVEATS, TRADE MARKS AND COPYRIGHTS
)btained, and all other business in the U..
. Paten t Od2ice attended to for JIODER
I TE FEE.
Send MODEL OR DRAWIXG. We ad
ise as to patenability free of charge ; and
e make Y0 CIfARGE UXLESS WE OB
.-1IN PA TENT.
We refer here to the Postmaster, the Srpt.
f Moniey Order Div., and to officials of the
7. S. Patent Office. For circular, adlvice,
arms and references to actual clients in
our own1 State or County, write to
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
~pposite Patent Office, Washington,D. C.
D. Bart & Co.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLES4ATE
T7, 79 & 81 Market St.
CIA R L ESTON, S. C.
VAVER LY. HOUSE,
CHAR~LEsTON, S. C.
irst Class in all its Appointments.
RATES, $1.50, $t .00 AND $2.50
Excellent Cnisine, Large Airy rooms.
JOS. PRICE, Proprietor.
$9Hotel Centrally Located.
[JM. NATHAN & SON, DAEI
arriages, Buggies, Harness
.w Cor. Meeting and Wentworth ats.
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
Wulberni & Pieper
AND DE.\LERs IN
rovisions, Liquors, Tobacco, Etc.
679 & 16 East Bay Chazrleston, &. (
Bernard O'Neill & Sons,
D1 East Bay and 48 and 50 State St.,
CuanARL.IoN, S. C.
*.gre Corsignmients solicite.d.
AgnN prefered whocae faris heir
n hrseJan gie her~ wholeftglime orf
e uie pare momets may nbe prof
.vs n ctes.B ssoS & CIGO
, A.NELO &o. *
Wholsai dealers cin o l
BOI( TS and Sth hoESmet
N uis pr o en1 Ha e ., -
~fls an CtCewr. e. oHnO H C.
xUods directL from the Manuafacturers.
g:- guraute to sell as law in priecs as any
us.. in our line in the Union. Jan 13
COL UMBIA. S. 'C.
X H. FIH ER. Prop.