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WEDNESDAY, SEP. 22, 1386
IER3IS OF SiBS(ttIPTION:
One Year, in Advance S1.50. 01 $2.00 at
the Eypiration of Six M1n:hs.
Advertismants...1-r Sqiare, first inU
Each sbeun neto.-'
Advertising in Local Cl.Anu. 1"C- per
The attention of teachers is direet
ed to the School (A)llssioner's no
tice of the time for holding public ex
Mr. J. S. Plowden has filled up his
space with a catalogue of prices, de
Sinclair, the Photographer, will not
leave this week as epected. *
The next dime reading is appointed
at the residence of J. S. Wilson, Esq.,
on Wednesday, the 29th inst. No re
freshments will be sold.
Prof. W. B. Bonhani was so much
improved last week as to accompany I
his father home. He hopes to be able
to return in a short ti" c and com
mence his duties at the Manning Acad- t
The advertisement of Louis Loyns
appears to-day. The attractions in
Mr. Lovns' handsome store are truly
the public "Town Talk."
Seven hundred and fifty dollars in
one month's time. It seems like a t
big profit for one canvassing agent to I
make at one time, but Mr. W. F.
Hopkins, of North Carolina, who is
working for the publishing house of
B. F. Johnson & Co., of Richmond,
Va., did it and is still going bravely
ahead. This was dAone with no capi
tal worth speaking of * C
BnoEN ARM.-We regret to learnS
that Master Chariley Lesesne, son of
our Sheriff, Maj. H. H. Lesesne, had
his arm quite badly fractured while
playing base ball at Jordan, a ew t
Charley has our sympathy, and we
hope him a speedy recovery.
CA DMATEs SERENADED.-Te nomi- C
nees for Auditor, School Commission
er, and Probate Judge were serenad
ed Friday evening, at the Clarendon
Hotel. After the speeches the large
crowd were invited to a bountiful col
lation of cake and lemonade.
Row AT FoiESToN-.-On the 14th
ult., at Forebton, this usually quiet
village was the scene of quite a spirit
ed fight, just as the polls clos1: and
the counting of votes bega. nves I
flourished, deadiy threats cchied up
on the air; and sooi the (ry was rais
ed, that some one has been cut and
the doctor must come.
Mr. W. T. P. Sprott's store, near
whiclr the combat waxed warm, was
considerably injured, by haviug glass
es smashed and show cases broken.
Messrs. James Frierson, Theodore I
Kelley, Tom Niitchum and -
3itchum were severely cut.
RoLa(oIrs.-Rev. A. W. Price. oft
Whiteville. N. C., preached in the
Baptist Church of this place last even- tI
ing. He is announced to preach again
Rev. Mr.~Millichamps, of Orange-~
burg, who has been assisting the Rev. 1
L. D. Bass in a meeting at Dudley's, !
preached here last Sunday. He is a
entleman of age, experience and ,I
earnest piety. His sermon w~as deliv
ered with great unction and with hap-<
It is announced that the Rev. F. I
M. Satterwhite, of Marion. will fill thej
pulpit of the Baptist Church next
Mnr. Cur DteBOSE 1IssING.-On
Sunday last, the 12th, .SIr. C. Dui
Bose left home and went, as claimed,
to a neighbors for the purpose of do
ing some work. Hie executed his1
design, was paid one dollar, and left.
It appears that he was accompamied,
on taking his departure, by two ne
groes; since which time nothing has
been heard of him. Mrs. DuBose,
the wife of the missing man, spied
the negroes, who evinced every desire
to prevent being seen, and when ac
costed, as she relates, manifested
great halting and hesitation in ac
counting for Mr. DuBose; and said,
fially, he had gone to vote.
Foul play is suspected, and every~
effort should be made to find theI
man or his body.
Since writing the above we under
stand that Mr. DuBose has turned up
safe and sound.
Svrnr~oN, S. C., Sept. 12, 188G.
To my friends of Clare- idn Ui:.
Ihereby'express my grateful acknowl-~
edgments for your liberal support
in the late Primary election, given in
the face of rumors that were circulat
ed purposely to defeat my ekcetion.
Some of the rumors were known to
me but I was (by my pledge madle
to all the candidates for House of
Representatives before the first Pri
mary, and renewed to Mr. Plowden
ater 1st Primary, and wvhich was mu
tual on the part of each, not to can
vass nor electioneer after first Prima
r) as effectually prevented from goQ
ing abroad to correct them as if Ihfad
been chained to my door post. It is
true that some of my friends, without:
my instigation, tried in the eleventh
hour to correct the false reports and
counteract their influence; but new
and absurd reports were sprung in
the Salem section of the county, which
had the effect to cast the alos en
tire vote of that section ngainst me.:
For the originators a:.i authors of:
these falsehoods I have a contempt,
and charge them to produce the evi-:
dence to prove asingle one of them.
None of the above has any reux -
ence to Mr. E. Ri. Plowden. I know
Mr. Plowden to be a gentleman in ev
e- roeet, and one who holds his
o or dearcr than his lire.
g1ve him my vote in Ithe two late
Primaries and will take grcat pleas
ire in supporting him in the future.
[ congratulate the Democracy of
jlarendon, that they will have one in
.lie ilouse of Representatives who
aas a proper regard for his word of
ionor. JNo. C. In .
nurrios, S,. C., Sept. 13, '86.
Since the terrible earth-quake,
linumertoi L as been remnarl:ably qui
3t. At this writixg we are all com
:)osed and settled down to hard. lion
st work again. Up to this date
thout $50 have been collected at this
>lace for the relief of the sufferers in
"harleston. Thus the great work of
-ympathy and love for our dear old
'City by the Sea" goes on.
The High School opened, with very
lattering prospects, on last Monday.
Che principal is assisted by "Miss ie
a Allen. of Spartanburg, who has
harg, of th, Music departmet, and
dio, doubtless, will give entire satis
Misses Sallie and ]famic PBurgess
avc returned from their visit to rela.
ives at -fayesville.
We now have a chance to get a
ail-road if we will avail ourselves of
he opportunity. Wilson's read can
'e had for S5.000. We feel confident
hat it will not take over twice that
mount to bring us the Eutawville
oad. What do St. Pauls, St. James,
1oncord, Friendship, and Samiyi'
swanp townshi:ps say as to raisin.g the
ecessarv amount for one or both of
bese roads by taxation'? Fiumy.
SUrMEILTON, S. C., Sept. 9, 188G.
Mn. Em-rou: -It is as calm, hot and
ultry as the Asiatic regions. It gets
he better of me, especially when you
ear I stand six feet with Ilesh, and
80 avoirdupois. If you interpose no
'bjection just give me a half-column
pace along side your fair correspond
nis, so I can write you occasionally.
promise you not to get in Tom's
;ay, neither to bother that Fulton
eliow-he is too sharp for me. I
ink Tom is a true friend to the
ms-as strong a friend as you have
ad from these parts; we all know
im personally, and the Panolaites,
very Wednesday, grab for the T1:s
o look up his dots. Some had great
pprehensiou that if he was elected to
. county oflice he would forsake us,
mut we are glad to say his defeat has
;rought no change-he is the same
.om, with more cheerfulness and good
ishes than ever. He is still our Sub
lommissioner and we challenge Ful
on, and wager Black River to beat
im. But it looks as if there is trou
le ahead-he is strongly rged for a
:rial Justice. A strong efoit will be
aade to have him appointed. We arel
utally defieient- in this respect.
Vhile the new deal idea floats, the
eople must knock the last prop from
he tottering fabric. Clarendon has
ever been more fortunate in the se
ction of offieers. With the Hon. J.
.Rhiamne, James E. Tindal, and
1. Plowden, Jr., the county can boast
>roudly of the high place which Clar
.udon claims among other citizens of'
We have heard many hard sayings
o injure candidates. We voice the
entiment of indignation and watch
he character of him who so foully
ents his spleen to damage innocent
ueu. It is generally believed this
rapaign has produced fruits of sad
-esults. Wide gaps have been made
>etween friends, ill feeling caused
romi self motives, the terrible shock
>f the earth quake was soon forgotten,
-eligion lost sight of, and some who
old high positions in the church of
.'brist were heard to use words dam
ging to his brother's good name. Is
his not a sad omen of American
haracter? Does politics tend to this?
rhen we hope the plan of nominating
~andidates may be changed altogeth-1
r-and the timno extended from two
. ten years. We have been more
han grieved that self-interest con
.rols more than the love of country
Lnd we are not free from evil results
>f this modern dogma of primary
-ections. A prospective pilgrimage
'nabled me to take in the whole of
Panola and Summerton, over a travel
f five miles, viewing objects no little
ttractive--tine farms and a county as
evel as a marl bed, well worked pub
ic roads, other improvements equally
~ommeasurate, with the spirit and
im of the people.
Sammerton is a small country vil
age, as you know, with rapid strides
>f improvement. The handsome and
ommodious academy resting on a
sope adds beauty and taste to the
>lace. The building is not yet finish
~d, but Professor Lanham is to he
ound inside, with an assistant, bat
:ing against circumstances, planning
id working to elevate the minds of
us pupils, and store them with knowl
Official Counit of the 8
Cla'rendlon -. . . . G's 17 41 45 30J
Bethel. . ...... 0 (1 0b b ' is
Cross itoadls. . 033 15 49 3~>
Deep Creek... --- - i 'i L 1 2 1
Friendship ..... 421 23 7 47
Foreston. . . . . 4G, 38 59 57
Fork ...... 1i 10 43 1', 49
Fnttn... ...- --- - 1 :31
THarmonv ...... 13 :i 32 13 :30
ie Methodist a1 r>:ipait Chureh
es are closesod. The Pr(byt('erians ar
bliessed in the pastoral services of th
lev. r arris-e is au able preacb
er, and much beloved. The Sauida,
School i well conducted. supervise
pincipally by the iisses Duks.
De.d Aug 2s, 18t, at--r a shrt ilines
of con iestive chill, at hr home near P.tcks
vi!7e, Mrs. Sarah A. Afn.ws. the l
i,. (if Mr. J. B. Andrws. She was Lor,
th' 4h o24t3Of P4etmber, 1 , her parnikts
Ag 'Vil. N. and Ifitta M. Stuht., th
latter a iee of Ani Fra::cia 31arimn. Eo
ly in life she unit-1 with the .otl.IA
Church, and ever after the induenco f th,
Holy Spint was manifested in her patieLnce
gentleness, kindness, and christian wal]
and conversation. She was ever an affect
ionate wife, a ten der mother, and a thought
ful friend. She t.ok deligIt in loevtin
with God's people in Ills sanctoarv. to war
mhip and praise li. In her last work or
earth sht- inistered to a sick dauihter. an
it was while thus eniaged th.: the m ss n
ger cato and touchod her--touched h
with his cold hand, and wvithout fear, ful
of hope, she received the summons,. the cal
to go through the dark valley--to part fron
the dear. dear husband and loved children
To part ! veS,
-But not forever -in the sileut tomib.
"Where she is laid, her kindred shall fin
"A little while-a few short years of pain
"And, one by one, thev'll go to thee again
"The fond, loving husband-bent witl
age and grief.
"Shall av his hea.l by thine, in sweet re
'Sister and brother. children and friend.
"True fromu the inrst and tender to th<
"All, l. in His good time, who placed
"To live, to love, to die and disappear
"-Shall come and mako their quiet be
"Beneath the shadow of the living tree
"NWith thee to sleep through death's long,
"With thee to rise up and bless the morn
pe-Having just opened a varied stoel
I desire to call the attention of the Claren.
on People to the low prices and good qual
ity of the same. All wLo favor me with 2
call will find I sell everything at rock bottou
prices, for CASH, as the following quota
ons will show:
Iest D S. Sidcs, at 9c. per lb.
Best Family Flour, 25 lbs. for $1.
Be,.t Stan da1r1 A. Sugar, 12 lbs. for $1.
C. .gr 13 lbs for $1.
Dest Coffee, 8 lbs. for $1.
Common Coffee. 10 lbs. for $1.
Bust Gilt Ldge Butter, :3 lbs. for $1.
Best Leaf Lard. 10 lbs. for $1.
All other Goods at proportionately low pri
es. I wish to eati special attention to mi
Give me a call before buying elsewhere
nd I guarantee satisfaction.
J. S. PLOWD)EN, Express Agt.,
md Ae-u?t NEWS AND COUIEiR foi
The next examination of teachers to teac1
n the frce common schools of the Counta
vill be held in the Court House at Manning
n Friday and Saturday, the first and see
>nd days of October next. Friday will bc
given to the examination of wvhite teachers
and Saturday to the coloredl.
In this connection and for the benefit c'
applicants, I would call attention to the fo]
.owing resolution of the State Board of Ex~
"Resoledc, That the State Superintonden
of Education be required to prepare, in fu
ture, only one set of questions for all thre<
grades for use by the County Board of E3
iiners, and that applicants for Connt:
Certificates of Qualification ho required t<
make a general average of not less thau 8S
per cent for a tirst grade certiticate, 70 pe
cent for a second grade, and Go per cent. th
a third grade; and not less than 40 per cent
on any one branch."
The School Trustees will please exten<
.J. JT. CONY~AS,
School Comn'r Clarendon Co.
Sept. 20, 1886.
J. C. H. Claussen & Co.
Steami Bakery and Candy FactorY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
McGahan, Bates & CO
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing,
Nos. 22G, 228 and 2.30 Meeting St
CHARLESTON, S. C.
econid Primary Elect.
-roRP. F.QCOUNrY co:G.MsstONERs.
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12 0 632 '45t2~71 ,i..
21 5328::hl48 l Li
10 2 7 .33 4 X1~~
a4 52 l5:t255320
47 2(5 5di 4 :' J i
41 Il 23 50td
46 31 11 I
49 11 3 .t
WiLM!NGTON, COLUMBIA AND AU
ENExmRu.S SNERO E DrPARTMENT.
April 26, 1886.
-1 E FOLLOWING SCHlEDULE will be
.-- tid on i aftvr this date:
No. -. IAMLY.
LT .ro Wilmn.;tcan............... 8.15 p m
I.,- Lke Waieamaw........ .. 9.40 p m
f *ve Mariiou...................11.:1 p m
: t Fi.'renw...............12.25 p
.\r .-,- ~I;St~ ................. .1.24 i in
Arrui. .t ilmii............... ( 40 a n
GoidINU SOL'T11-No. 40, DILI.
Leave Winlington...............10.10 p m
Leave Lake Waccainuw...........11.15 p mn
Arrive at Florenee............. 1.20 a xu
No. 43. Dumy.
Lea-veFlorence................... 4.30 p m
Leav Marion................... 5.14 p in
Leave Late Wtaecannw.......... 7.03 p m
Arrive at Wilmim.:ton............ 8.30 p ru
GON(; NO1TH - -No. 47, DAILY.
Leav ( Coin mlia..................9.5. p in
A iv IN uiiter............... 11.55 a n
L ave F1 l1 C1 ................... 4.26 a in
Leav. M rion .................... 5. 9 III
L-avc Lake Wawcaumav... ..... .7.00 a m
Arriv4 at Wilwir,.ton.......... 8.20 a in
No. 4 and 47 stops it all st .tions except
lleig-ister. Ebtnezer, Cano Savannah, Water
Pis.ngers for Colubiba and all point
on C. & G. R. R., C. C. & A. R. R. stations
Aiktn .Tunction. and all points beyond
should take No. 40. Pul:nan Sleeper for
An..;sta on thi;.- train.
J. . -'IE, G'eneral Supt.
J. R. Kisptc, S.pt. Trans.
T. -L E31SON, (en. Agt.
NORTHEATERN R, R, COMPANY.
CIHIL.,ETO, S. C., Jnne 20, 186.
N AND AFTER TIIS DATE THE fol
lowing ScLheile will be run.
Leave Cliarlestan. No. 43 12.05 P. M.
Leave Charleston. No. 47 12.25 A. 21.
Arrive Florenev, No. 43, 4.10 P. M.
Arrive Florence. No. 47, 4.11 A. 1.
Leave Florence, No. 411, 1.35 A. .L
Leave Florence, No. 42, 11.05 P. 31.
Arrive ( harleston, No. 40, 5.00 A. M1.
Arrie i Charlest' on, No. 42. 4.5 P. 1.
Nos. 40 and 47 will not stop at way sta
Nos. 42, and 41 will stop at all stations.
No. 41) will stop at Kingstree, Lanes and
Fast Line between CHAULETON AND
CoLUMBIA AND UppER SocmU CAROLINA.
Gorso WEST. GOINo EAST.
7.20. m.i. Lv. Charleston, S. C. Ar. :9.10 r. m.
8.40 - ,anes o "7.4.5"
9.3:3 " !| " Sumter, " 6.42
10.40 .tr. Colinmbia. " Lv 5.27
3.02 . M. " IWinnsboro, " 3.48
4.1 Chstr, " "2.45
6;.05 ""Yorkville, " "|1.45 A 31
7.01 " L:incaster 7.00
5.03 " "RcTk Hill. " "2.02 P m
0.15 " i " iCharlotte. N. C. " 1.00
12.48 hI'Vr.1Newbcrry, S. C.iLtv 3.04 p M
2.42 " "Greenwood, 12.44"
6.30 " Laurens, " " 9.10 AM
4.47 ". ".nderson, " 10.22 "
5.35 " I " Greenville, " " .45 "
4.10 " Abbeville, " " 11.05
3.20 " Spartanburg" 12.10 r m
7.10 " -:Henderson'l N C 7.00 Am
On Sundavs train will leave Charleston,
S. C., 8.4 A. 21., arrive Columbia 1.00 P.
21 Returning leaves Columbia 5.27 P. 2t.,
arrives Charleston 9.45 P. 21.
Solid Train< between Charleston and Col
unbia, S. C. Special Parlor Cars attached to.
this train between Charleston and Colm-.
bia. No extra charge for seat in these
ears to p)assengers holding First Class tick
T. M1. Exw'nsoN,
Gen'l Pans. Agent.
J. F. D~vrsE,
DR. J. G. Di~raNs is still at the old
. tand, formerly occupied by the firm
of J. G. Dinkins & Co., and is now
prepared to supply the people of
Drugs and MedUiins,
at the Lowest Possible Prices.
P~ss 01s GL.ss, TOILET ARTncLES~,
Tooru AND HAnR BRUSHins, CoMins, FINE
ToiL~r SOAPS, S-TATIONERY, ETC.
A full and select stock of all the
Patent and Non-Secret Medicines
- constantly on hand.
IAn elegant assortment of fine
ICIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully
compounded by day or night.
0. ALLEN II UJGGINS, JR.,
s r- O~ice on Street South of Court,
ATTORINEY AT LAW,
Ma nn i ng , S. C.
NNotary Public with seal.
JOHIN S. WILSON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,.
M3OISE &IHUGGINS, I
Attorneys at Law,
Manning, S. C.
Office South of Court House.
J.* E. SCOTT, aw
Mann -aing, S- C
w. In ~~Yu.i oTU, Sumtetur, -. C.I
HAYNSWORTH & DINKINS,
Ma1111111g, S. C.
Anig S. C., -1kg 11, 1886.
A Graded School for Girls and Small Boys.
31issi~s Y nIu INr.ur .AN ANw. EnU.LL, P sINCIPAT-S.
The thiiil ear of the Manuning Grove S hool will begini
tember (th. 1880.:at1 cl os, .1 Sth. 1 88.
It is the purpose of, the Priurcipals to g:ive th rou gh instiuc'tiol
inl the elenentar 1 ranitches .:id i t io nc 1 ad va Nl the puppils a
ripidly as sound judgment will auihnit.
Specill attention giveni to Ca isthenivs.
The school I)Iil(lilnig is in co Iplete on-d'1 i1r comfort and Con
venience, being well ventilated, and amply heated in Winter.
Expenses Per onth.
First Grade, . . .
. Scondl ".5.0
Third " 2.00
Seventh and Eihith (G rades. . 4.00
Drawing and Paiiiur. . .2
IFor' fur'ther' ptirtivuai s. a p~ lv to ei th l ('1' lilial.
William M id&C.
CHETO, . C10
Counter, I'latforin awd Cotton Scales.
Trucks, Grocers' Tiiiware, etc.
Paints and Painters' M1aterial of cvery descript ion. We arc headquarter.
or these goods and offer inducements to purelmasers. Aug1s'
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Iarine Station.ary and Portable Engies :uid Boilers, Sam,
,Vill Macinfery, Cotton Presses, Ginis, Railroad, Steaiu
)oat, M1achinists', Engieers' anid Mill1 Supplies.
East Bay, Co. P.ritchard . ,
Slyr. Charleston, S. C .
OTTO F W4E.0
Wh OLESALE dc -er in Wins, Liqors ant i segars.
No. 181 EAST BAY. CHARLESTON, S. 0.
CALL ON Ors 'RIT TO e
FALK & CO.,
King streetopposi t Hasel
ChaIcoIr S. C s
CltMahnitshniners FnisupinGs. an
Samlesntonalsto n, 0. . e uCtoaprvl
WHLsL eeai)ieLgor n eas
- N. 11 ESTBAY CHRLSTO, S C
CALL N ORWRIT TO
FA LK& 00.
S.W LOVFrisKiEg gsn
Speeton aphlctosphat.D.she subemttoapprva,
CIATA CHMENT, . C
Guaranteed Pre adirWctleom e rm ,For thena C o rOtan se.
Cto (jel.FOR SALE L BY
M.WO KOISK7iE A~, Ag.
StonT Phosp hate COMPANY,
M Ianufactu1E badr ~'it" olb ean, (IGHLYer. t A3 U0IAT E .
AiI Phoshate Disolv doES Ash , Eleents la
TRUMainSt, &Pts CSidAs-,
Factororted odisecsion Gera,th Cottoandy.v
-ROWN' WIT\ U1N1Ns.C
J-~.P za 1 rsien. . ('I. k N ODGERS Traurr
GEO. S.HACKER & SON
)00RS, VSAS, BLINDS,
OULDING I ILDINO MATERIAL
I )fIIe ,Iill 1 ";l1-0I0ils, King
Opposite Cnuoi Street,
Charleston, S. Q
Tobacco i Cigars
And Wholesale Liquor
A. G. CUDWORTH, Agt.
155 ME ETING STREET,
opp. Charleston Hotel.
Manufaeturer and deal-r in Saddlery
Harness. Collars, Whips. Saddle Hardwar
&c. Keep constantly on hand an extensiv
and well selected stock of everything in this
line. And Manufacture goods to order a
short notice. Oct. 14.
AP T ANTED for Dr. Scott's
AGENS beautiful1 Electric Corsets
Sample free to those becoming agents. V0
risk, quick s;ales. Territory given.
1-atisfaction Guaranteed. Address,
DRZ. SCOTT, 8412 lino.nwa, New York.
BOLLMANN & Bros,
AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Liouors, Tobac
co, Segars, &c.
No. 153 & 155 EAST BAY,
CILARLESTO, S. C.
R. MA RSH.AL1 & CO
S. HIARDWARE MEhCHANTS.
139 3IETrzS STREET, Charleston, S. 0.
Sole Agents For
STMKE'S DIXIE PLOUGHS,
AVERY & SON'S PLOUGH1
DOW LAW COTTON PLANTER
AND GUANO DISTRIBUTORS.
Iron Age Harrows and Cultivators, Roman
Plough Stock, Washburne & Moem's
Galvanized Fence Wire, Cbam
pion Mowers and Reaper.
WATSON'S TURPENTLNB TUOL
Manufactured in Fayetteville, N. 0. Every
Tool absolutely warranted and
if broken will be
Also Dealers In
Hoop Iron, Horse and Male Shoes, Wood
and Trinware, Coopers tools, Miners
Tools, Cutlery, Guns and Sport
Prices madec on application.
GRAND, UPRIGHT, & SQUARE.
Tone and Durability.
1885-New Orleans Exposition-Two Gaf
Medals for Upright and Square.
1881- Boston (Mass.) Expoito-Ei
Prizo for Square Gran4&
1878Paris Exposition-For Sqae 0
Uprigh t Pianos.
1876-Philadelphia Centennial-For See
Upright and Grand.
And also over
200 FIRST PREMIUMS
at State andl County Fairs.
Have the endorsement of over 100 differernt
Colleges and Schools as to their durability,
A l.trge assortinent of SECoN-HAN~D Prix
cs alwars, on hand. General wholesabi'
agents for Pallace, New England and Bur
Pianos and Organs sold on easy monthly
Pianos taken in exchange, also thorough
ly repaired. Send for Illistrated Piano or
CHA S. M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,
A. Mc Cobb, Jr.,
Lime, Ccment. Plater Paris, Hair, Firo
liticks anid Fire Clay,
Land Plaster and Eastern Hay,
IAgent for White's English 'Port
No. 198 Eatsv Bar, CHAR LESTON, S. C,
~CHIAR LESTON, 5. (7.
Toacco, Cw.uts, Puzs, ETc.
Sole agents for the celebrated
brands of tobacco