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THE MANNG TIMES.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, 1886.
B. S. DINKINS, Editor.
Our Standard Bearers.
J.'P. CauunsoN, of Clarendon.
W. L. M.runs, of Greenville.
&cretary of State,
W. Z. LnmER, of Kershaw.
W. -R SToNEr, of Berkeley.
J. IL Exuu, of Sumter.
I. S. BMaME, of Barnwell.
Adjutant and Inxpector General,
3f. L. BoNxmur, of Abbeville.
Superintendent of Education,
j. H. RICE, of Abbeville.
Congress*,for Third District,
Go. W. DARGAN, of Darlington.
JOSEPH F. Ra.E.
House of Rsentaties,
JADES R TIND..,
F. R PLOWDEn, JR.
D. J. Biunau
H. H. HrGGIs.
P. G. Brnmow.
A. MoUI. BRABiFoLRD,
E C. Hoarox
T. J. CoLE.
Well, the people have at last "dun
ned" Cleveland into giving $20.00 to
the Charleston sufferers.
The State Canvassers are nobly do
ingtheir duty. They have so far
spoken in Spartanburg, Chester, Flor
ence and Summerville.
A man was hung in Edgefield sev
eral days since for murder commit
ted twelve years ago. If Edgefield
starts on this back track she will thin
out her population considerably.
Col. Pinckney Stark, one of the old
est and most valued citizens of the
State, died a few days since at Abbe
mi. Col. Stark had traveled ex
tensively in for4 parts, and was a
man of wonderful brilliance of wit
We've almost concluded to stop
to edit a paper. Don't we hear
a ' of sorrow at our intention ?
No! Well we always know our con
science would keep us from being a
mu'oessful newspaper man, but didn't
know it would be sobhad as this.
The State Canvassers are hard at
awork going their round of appoint
'nents The campaign was opened at
Spartanburg on Saturday, he 9th
inst.,-wiithi an enthusiastic meeting.
All of the nominees have, so far, spo
ken geoept Messrs. Bamnberg and
Stoney, who lay no claims to oratori
'Well, Cluverius has about had his
last chance of life--unless Gov. Lee
interposes 'executive clemency and
.commutes his sentence to life impris
4nment. This of course he will not
do-there is no possible reason why
such a criminal as Cluverius, guilty
of so heinous a crime, should not suf
fer the full penalty of the law.
Where has American national hion
orsgene to? Or have we go any at
all? Is it true, as foreigners write of
us, that we are so greedy in pursuit
of the almighty dollar that we
wouldn't fight if it cost anything? It
certainly appears so. Hardly have
we gotten out of the Mexican embro
glio, before an English man-of-war
cmesthe stars and stripes to be
halddown from the mast-head of
a American trading schooner, sim
pybecause she violated some Cana
' ein ustom house law-a violation
which was shown could not be avoid
ed. And now the State department
says nothing will be done in the mat
*er, as it might injure the Fish Trea
ty, and as a similar offense was com
mitted against the British Govern
:nent not long since by an American
vesseL. Is the fact, that the British
Government failed to take cognizane
of aninsult from an American to be
snade an excuse for our not resenting
one offered to ours? Or is our wor
thy Secrtayof State afraid he might
lose a few dollars by the failure of the
Fish Treaty, in case he demands sat
isfaction. Whatever reason it may
have, if the government allows this
insult to pass unnoticed, it will be an
everlasting stain on a Democratic Ad
....NeSllBurning Briskly in the G*round.
Since our last issue we have made
further inquiries about the burning
of the earth above Camden. Large
niumbers of persons have visited the
spot, and they all declare that it is a
strange sight to them. The fire is
still burning briskly. One gentleman
brought us agecimen of the earth
that burns, and also a specimen of
the ashes. The earth is dark in col
or, and resembles peat, being porous
and light. The ashes left after the
burning are of a light grey color, but
do not appear to have any alkali in
them. The burning is a phenome
The Rev. Thomas P. Burgess Installed as
Minister and Pastor of the Church.
NXews and Courier of the 18.
The ordination services at Ebene
zer (Presbyterian Church, in Nassau
Street, last night were attended by a
large congregation, and the capacity
of the little church was so severely
taxed that extra seats had to be plac
ed in the aisles and vestibule to ac
commodate the people. The occasion
was the ordinatiou of the Rev. Thom
as P. Burgess as minister and pastor
of Ebenezer Church. Mr. Burgess,
although quite a young man, has
been licensed to preach for some time.
He was educated for the ministry at
the Columbia Theological Seminary
and at Princetog College, where he
graduated in May 1885. He was li
censed to preach by Harmony Pres
bytery, and was soon after invited to
fil the pulpit of Ebenezer Church.
During his service on trial the con
gregation were so well pleased with
him that on the 19th of September he
received a formal call from them to
become their pastor, and his ordina
tion was appointed for last night. Mr.
Burgess has considerable ability and
peculiar aptitude for the profession
which he has chosen, and his cazeer
promises to be one of signal success
The ordination services were con
ducted by the Rev. J. R. Dow, assist
ed by the Rev. Dr. Thompson, pastor
of the First Presbyterian Church, the
Rev. Dr. Brackett, af the Second
Presbyterian Church, and Mr. T.
Cairnes, ruling elder of Ebenezer
Church all of whom constituted the
ordaining commission of the Charles
"What a Pity."
(Pmm the Queenslander.)
Old Gentleman: "And how is your
John: "He is dead, sir."
Old Gentleman: "Dead! Dear me!
What a pitf ! And how is your moth
John: "She died last week, sir."
Old Gentleman: "Indeed! Dear
me! What a pity, what a pity ! But
how is yout wife, John?"
John: "She died last week, sir."
Old Gentleman: "Why. goodness
me-what a pity! And your mother
in-law, how's she ?"
John: "She's hearty, sir."
Old gentleman (abstractedly:)
"Dear me, what a pity."
W mAsw o~oN, Ocr. 16, 1886.
For the first time in six months the entire
Cabinet is in the city. Secretary Manning
resumed his official duties.at the Treasury
Department yesterday. I. has been over
six months since he was carned out of the
department in an unconscious condition.
He looks bright and cheerful and appeared
to be glad to take up the burden of official
duties again. While it is evident that his
physical condition has improved within the
last two or three months, it is apparent from
his halting pace and deliberate movements
that he has by no means wholly recovered.
Many of his friends fear that he will not be
able to continue lon" to discharge the labo
rious duties of his oce. Bu ah apers
to feel confident that his strength will hold
out, if he husbands it carefully, and avoids
giving too much attention to matters of
routine and vexations details. He began
to-day by taking things easy. He saw only
a few callers and remained in his office on
ly a short time. The plumbing of the room
in which he sits has been. thoroughly over
It is understood ..h".: Mr. Mannin has
bestowed much tho.ught recently on his an
nual report to Conavea and that the main
features of that ,oci5.; have been already
formed in his Vwi. rnnd It is expected
that the routine work o'' the Department
wifl remain in the hands of Assistant Sece
retaries Fairchild and Thompson; at least
until after the assembling of Congress.
Apropos of the Treasury Department the
Government reeipts for this month amount
Cabinet meetings, as far as can be learn
ed, have been devoted mainly to the ques
tion, "What shall we do with him?" mean
ing Geronimo. The President's decision
has not yet been announced but the impres
sion is gaining ground that Geronimo with
the other Apaches will be soon forwarded to
Fort Marion, Fla.., where the Indians from
the San Carlos reservation were sent some
time ago. Immediately after the surrender
of Geronimo Gen. Miles started him and
his companions on their way to Florida and
then so informed the military authorities at
Washington, by whom the Indians were
stopped at San Antonio, Tex., where they
have been kept ever since pending a decis
ion in the matter. While such action on
the part of the Government might not be
taken as conclusive evidence that no other
disposition can be made of them, still it
would be a natural inference that the rene
gades will be destined to spend the remain
der of their days under military control at
Fort Marion, and that Gen. Miles' assuranc
es to the hostiles as to their treatment are
regarded as inviolable, and that they can
nt be made to suffer for their crimes, either
1hrough 'the civil courts or military commis
sion. When asked about the decision in
the Geronimo case Secretary Endicott de
ined to give a defmnite answer, but laugh
ingly said, "Oh, Geronimo is all right. We
ave him in safe seustody and he will not
get away again.
Secretary Bayard was closeted with the
President when the hour for his ususi Wed
esday afternoon reception arrived, and for
wenty minutes beyond the usual time two
undred and twenty visitors stood in a
packed circle around the Easti room, with
heir gaze intent upon the corridor door,
waiting for it to open as announcement for
he President's coming. When the Presid
et did put in an appearance, he went.
hrough the ordeal in his usual pleaai
anner. The crowd was unusually w1l
ressed and intelligent looking. One lay
ter seeing that the little girl she held bj
he hand had received the pleasant word
always has for children, drew back astI
ad in' a ca::fully enunciated sentence saids
"Allow me, Mr. President, to wish you a
appy end to your Administration." The
President allowed her by an inclnation of
his head,, and continued his task. One
oung lady said, "I have come a thousand
iles to see you," and ended her remark in
an uncontrollable giggle, which was joined
n by her companions.
The End of the Season.
- THE UMIRE.
he ball and bat a! e put away,
eased is the long long strife.
And now ths :.mpire may obtain
Isurance en ais life.
'he schooner's moored behind the bar
ntil aziother year;
nd topers no take whiskey punoh
Farmers of Clarendon!
Do not fail to send delegates from
your township clubs, thoroughly up
with the issues of the day, to attend
the meeting of the 30th Oh, "
By order of the chairman,
T. A. Mius and W. S. BRIGGs,
Sec'ys F. A. A.
In the Court of Probate.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON,
COCBT OF PROBATE.
Matilda R. McFaddin in her own right
and as Administratrix of the estate of James
I. McFaddin, deceased, intestate,
Elizabeth McFaddin, a minor of eleven
years of age; Hugh McFaddin, a minor of
two years of age; John J. McFaddin, Jr.,
and the Dundee Mortgage and Trust In
vestment Company, limited,
Citation to Creditors.
Y AN ORDER IN THE ABOVE STAT
ed case, bearing date October 4th, A.
D. 1886, it is adjudged:
That all persons having claims againpt
the estate of James H. McFaddin, deceased,
be, and the same are hereby required to
prove and file them in the said Court of
Probate, on or before the first day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1887, at noon, or be debarred of
any benefit of the Decree made therein.
Witness my hand and seal of office this.
5th day of October. A. D., 1886.
J. DuPRE ALSBROOK,
Oct12 Probate Judge, C. C.
State of South Carolina, I Court of Common
County of Clarendon. f Pleas.
Francis J. Pelzer, Francis S. Rodgers, T.
S. Inglesby, and Francis J. Pelzer, Jr., Co
partners in trade, under the firm name of
Pelzer, Rodgers' & Co.,
John C. Manning, Mortgagor Defendant;
and W. B. Bischoff and J. Von Oven, Co
partners in trade under the firm name of
Henry Bischoff & Co.; and C. Wulburn and
J. H. Pieper, Copartners in trade under the
firm name of Walburn & Pieper; and C. P.
Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale.
U NDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN OR
der to me directed by Judge B. C.
Pressley, dated Feb. 11th, 1886, I will sell
in front of the Court House in Manning,
witnin legal hours, on Monday, the first
day of November next, to the highest bid
der for cash, the mortgaged premises here
described: "All the right title and interest
beiDg the one-half in and to all that tract or
plantation of land situate and being lying in
the County and State aforesaid, containing
fourteen hundred acres more or less, bound
ing and butting North on the tract of land
owned by the said John C. Manning and
the lands of J. L. Manning and Peter Chew
ning, East by lands of the estate of T. C.
Richardson and J. J. Boyd, South by lands
of the estate of Jeptha Dyson and lands of
J. J. Broughton.
Purchaser to py for papers.
H. H. LESESNE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
October 6th, 1886. .
State of' South Carolina ( Court of Common
Clarendon County. Pleas.
W. H. Welch and Lanier Eason, Copart
ners in trade under the firm name of Welch
& Eason, assignees of Edwin W. Moise.
John C. Manning. W. B. Bischoff, and J.
VonOven, Copartners in trade under the
firm name of Henry Bischoft & Co.; C. Wul
burn and J. F. Pieper, Copartners in trade
under the firm name of Wulbemn k. Pieper;
and C. P. Poppenheim,
BY VIRTUJE OF AN ORDER TO ME
directed by Judge B. C. Pressley,
bearing date February 11th, 1886, 1 will sell
in front of the Court House in Manning,
within legal hours, on Monday the first day
of November next, to the highest bidder for
cash, "All that tract of land lying, being and
situate in the County of Clarendon, and
State aforesaid, containing two hundred and
sixty aeres, with the buildings thereon,
bounded on the North by lands of Mrs. J.
G. Brown and Robt. Brown, East by lands
of Jeptha Dyson and estate of R. C. Rich
ardson, South by lands of H. B. Richard
son and J. C. Manning, and West by lands
of J. C. Manning.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
H. H. LESESNE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
October 6th, 1886.
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 133
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Foreign
ma Domestic Chemicals, Glassware,
Spices, Brushes, Essential Oils, Sur
gical Instruments, Perfumery, Fancy
Goods, SHOW CASES, of all sizes,
and all articles usually found in a
First-class Drug House. Prices low
Quick sales and small profits.
MYEATS, TRADE MARKS AND CDPYRI6HTS
)btained, and all other business in the U.
S. Patent Office attended to for MODER
Send MODEL OR DRA WIXG. We ad
jse as to patenability free of charge ; and
e make NO CHA4RGE UNLESS W E OB
AIN PA TENT.
We refer here to the Postmaster, the Supt.
f Money Order Div., and to officials of the
. S. Patent Office. For circular, advice,
~erms and references to actual clients in
our own State or County, write to
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
~)pposite Patent Office, Washington,D. C.
I have opened a first-class Shaving Saloon'
t the Enterprise office, and solicit the pat
~onage of the citizens of Manning and comn
Pmcs-Hair Cutting, 25c.; Shaving, 10c.;
fr Special attention given to children.
C. C. REDIC,
MASwTG, S. C.
July 7, 1R8M
MELCH & WAON,
~185 & 187 Meeting Street, and 117
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Invite attention to the following
Cut Loaf Sugar, 12A lbs. for $1.
Granulated Sugar, 151 lbs. for $1.
Confectioners' Sugar,'15X lbs for $1.
White Ex. C. Sugar, 17 lbs. for $1.
Light Brown Sugar, 19 lbs for $1.
Good Brown Sugar, 20 lbs for $1.
21b. Tomatoes, 90 cts. a doz.
31b. Tomatoes, $1.10 a doz.
Good Segars, $1 for a box of 50.
These are but a few of the many attract
ions we are constantly offering, and house
keepers will find it greatly to their advan
tage to send for a copy of our Monthly Price
List, and consult it always.
2r-No charge for packing or drayage.
Wholesale Grocers and
159 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Direct Importers of Ales, Porters,
Wines, and Brandies.
MANNING, S. C., Oct. 2nd, 1886.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Board of County Commissioners will
be held on Tuesday, the 2nd day of Novem
All persons holding bills, accounts or de
mands of any kind against the county,
which have not been before presented to the
Board, are hereby notified that the same
must be presented to the said Board on or
before Nov. 2nd, for examination and ap
By order B'd Co. Com's, C. C.
J. G. HUGGINS,
Clerk B'd C. C., C. C.
S. THOIAS, JR . IJ. M. THOXAS.
Stephen Thomas, Jr., & Bro.
Jewelry, Silver and
Spectacles, Eye Glasses, and
A&- Watches and Jewelry repaired
by expert workmen.
273 KIN~G ST.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WM. Shepherd & Co.,
232 MEETING ST.,
Tinwares, House Furnishing
Goods, Potware, Kitchen and Stove
alirSend for Price List and Circu
G. ALLEN H UGGINS, JR.,
siir Office on Street South of Court
House. ~ Meh31
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
M an ni ng, S. C.
aliNotary Public with seal
J. E. SCOTT,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
wr1nn-ing, s. C
W. F. B. HiArsswonTH, Sumter, S. C.
B. S. Drxnr's, Maxnro, S. C.
HAYNSWORTH & DINKINS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning, S. C.
George W. Steffens,
Auction and Commission Merchant and
197 & 199 East Bay, Charleston, S C.
pi Agent for the Clayton & Russel Bit
THE TOWNT ALK!
The BAnc in Fall al Winier Goods at
Store, where attractiois still coniinue.
A full line of Dress Goods, consisting of
Mohair Mixture, Diagonal
Serge, Diagonal Cashmere,
Ma uch Serge, Persian
Suitings and Pop
Eddystone Linings, Cam
A full line of Whited Goods and Embroideries always on
Ladies and Misses Jersey Jackets,
Hoods and Worsted Cloaks.
Ladies Walking Jackets.
Ladies and Misses Solid Colored Hose,
Gloves. Handkercheifs. and evervthing usual
ly kept in a First-class Dry Goods Store.
Gents' Furnishing (oods,
Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing, 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
Fresh lot of
always on Hand at "Rock Bottom** prices. Sole agent for The
Westminster Roller Patent Flour. the best on the Market.
Try a can of our Moumnental Baking Powder for 50c., and
a lamp complete, worth .50 cents, thrown in free.
Grand Central Tea, 60c. per pound, and a china cup and
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, Tables, Matresses, Bureaus, and Zinc
safes at the very lowest market prices.
is!Thanks for Past favors, and solicit a continuance of same.
Sept22 LOUIS LOYNS.
Sweep Stakes Whiskey.
At the Saloon of S. WoL~ovIsKIE, Agt., the
celebrated "Sweep Stakes" Rye Whiskey. pre
pared and sold only by Messrs. Mayer, Sons &
Co., of Pliiladelphia. This whiskey has a nation
al reputation for its medicinal qualities.'
Mr. WVolkoviskie has on hand, also, the "Ger
man Bitters," highly recommended as a liver reg
Charleston, S. C.
HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS.
Soluble Guano, (highly amnmoniated), IDissolved Bone. Acid
Phosphate, Asz h Element, Floats, G o.,:n Kdinit, Ihigh Grade
Rice Fertilizer, Cotton Seed Meal.
msrllordrspropty flld. WILLIAM RAVENEL, President.
R. M. MEANS, Treasurer.
For sale by MI. LEVI,
Oct20 Manning, S. C.
WAVERLY HOUSE, is_ venm.
CHARLEsTON, s. C. :o: --
First Class in all its Appointmients. emald
RATEs, s1.50, s2.00 AND) s2.50 tnid ttsfrteeothoneeptf
Excellent Cuisine, Large Airy rooms.oxDOA.
Electric Bells.Lirilds atalwe top tatr,
JOS. PRICE, Proprietor. aet n lb.Sml oismie
Te AddreE AZETT order to mild
~r'1oesecurely ocaedwrapped, t any adreOXnh
Wholesale Grocers, F. N. W ilson,
AND DE.U.ERS IN
Provisions, Liquors, Tobacco, De. INSURANCE AGENT
I679 & 16 East Bay, Charleston, S C 3iANING, s. c.
Bernard ONil1& Sons, A. McCobb, Jr.,
Established 1845. COMMISSIN MiERCHANT,
Wholesale Grocers -NT .ELfl
-Lime, Cement, Piaster Paris, Hair, Fire
AND j Bricks and Tire Clay,
COMSION RO HNTS Land Plaster and Eastern Hay,
191 East Bay and 48 and 50 State St., Agn olanhd sCEngtshPot
CAuE.Es'roN, S. C. No. 19s EAs-r BAY, CH. R LE STON, 3. o.
fr Consignments solicited. .I LS ,
INVALID ROLLING CHAIR ari.,~
Boon t hose 3OS IGIS
who are unable 4Lw
wl.AttorneyCuseo at Lw
and ESTciLZESin to wrld Sed ~Manning, S. C.
'9 ERRy eiMU*OIP en mn t~n Office South of (Court House.
WILM!NGTON, COLUMBIA AND AU.
"M .a r c,!aad.
GENrnAL PASSF.NGE. DEPARTNT.
April 26, 1886.
T IL FOLLOWING SCHED ULE will be
cperated on and after this date:
No. 48, Dn.mY.
Leave Wilmingtont............... 8.15 p M
Leave Lake Waccamaw ........... 9.40 p m
Leave Marion ...................11.36 p m
Arrive at lrence...............12.25 pm
Arrive at Sumter................. 4.24 am
Arrive at Coliibia............... 6.40 a m
GOING SOUTH-No. 10, DAILY.
Leave Wilmington............10.10 p m
Leave Lake Waccainaw...........11.1.5 p m
Arrive at Florence............... 1.20 a m
No. 43. Dm.v.
LeavE(Florence................... 4.30 p In
Leave Iarion................... 5.14 p mu
Leave Lake Waccamat.......... 7.03 p In
Arrive at Wilmington.......... 8.30 p m
GOING NORTH -No. 47, DmLY.
Leave Coluibia................. 9.55 p In
Arrive at Sumter...... .......11.55 a In
Leave Florence................... 4.26 a In
Leive Marion...... ........... 5.09 a m
Leave Lake Waecamnaw... ......7.00 a In
Arrive at Wilmington.......... 8.20 a m
Nos. 48 and 47 stops at all st.tions except
Register, Ebenezer, Cane Savannah, Water
ce and Sinms'.
Passengers for Columbia and all point
on C. & G. R. R., C. C. & A. R. R. stations
Aiken Junction, and all points beyond
should take No. 40. Pullman Sleepei for
Augusta on thia train.
J. F. DIVINE, Generai Supt.
J. R. KENLY. Sup't. Trans.
. T. M. EMERSON, (en. Pass. Agt.
NORTHEATEN . R. COMPANY.
CI1Ar.LESTON, S. C., June 20. 1886.
( N AND AFTER THIS DATE THE fol
lowing Schedule will be run.
Leave Charleston, No. 43 12.05 P. M.
Leave Charleston. No. 47 12.25 A. 31.
Arrive Florence, No. 43, 4.10 P. M.
Arrive Florence, No. 47, 4.11 A. M.
Leave Florence, No. 40, 1.3.5 A. M.
Leave Florence. No. 42, 11.0.5 P. M.
Arrive Charleston, No. 40, 5.00 A. M.
Arrive Charleston, No. 42. - 4.5 P. M1.
Nos. 40 and 47 will not stop at way sta
Nos. 42, and 43 will stop at all stations,
No. 40 will stop at Kingstree, Lanes and
Fast Line between, CHauuwro AXD
COLMIA AND UPPER SOUTH CAROLINA.
COIMG WEST. Gonzo EAST.
7.20a. v.Lv. Charleston, S. C. Ar.A9.10 P. 3.
8.40" Lanes, " ".4
9.33" Suter, " 6.42 "
10.40 " Ar. Columbia, Lv 5.27 "
3.02 r.3r. M. Winnsboro, " ",3.48 -
4.18 " " Chester, "" 2.45 -
6.05 " " Yorkville, " " 11.45 a -t
7.01" " Lancaster " " 7.00 "
5.03 " Rock Hill, 2.02 P. u
6.1.5 " " Charlotte, N. C. " 1.0 "o
12.48 P n Ar.l ewberry. S. C. Lv 3.04 P B
2.42 " " Greenwood, " " 12.44"
4.47 " " ,Anderson, " o 10.22
5.3.5 "" Grenville, " " 9.45
6.33 " alhalla, " " 8.20
4. "_ " .Abbeville, 11.05
3.20 " I" Spartanburg" " 12.10 r x
7.10 " 1" Henderson'T N C " 7.00 A 3
On Sundays train will leave Charleston,
S. C., 8.45 A. M1., arrive Columb:a 1.00 P.
M1. Returning leaves Columbia 5.27 P. M1.,
arrives Charleston 9.45 P. M.
Solid Trains between Charleston and Col
umbia, S. C. Special Parlor Cars attached to
this train between Charleston and Colm-.
bin. No extra charge for seat in these
cars to passengers holding First Class tick
T. 31. EunnsoN,
J. F DivNE, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
Ha~ving made arrangements with
the best distilleries, I am now pre-'
pared to furnish my customers with
My toc isnow complete with the
I have in stock a magnificent line
of Cigars and Tobacco in which
I defy competition.
W iq ~ors~ f JkMdicina~l pur
poses ai specialty.
I also take pleasure in introdneing
the Kuirnitz kie's celebrated Wire
Grass Bitters; also the Carolina
Ginger Tonic. These Bitters and
Tonics are noted for their medicinal
My Pool and Billiard tables
ARPE NEW AD Finsr-cLAss.
Thanking the public for past pat
ronag;e and soliciting a continuance
of same, I remain,
S. WOLKOVISKTE Acar.
"xpeuse, can be made working for us.
Agents preferred who can furnish their
own horscs.and give their whole time to
the bvsiness. Spare moments may be prof
italy emnploye'd alsa. A few vacancies in
towns and cities. B. F. JoHNsoN & CO.,
1012 Main St., Richmond, Va.
S, A. NELSON & Co.
Wholsale dealers in
BOOTS and SHOES,
No. 31 Hayne St.,
Charleston, S. C.
Goods direct from the Manufacturers.
We guarantee to sell as low in prices as any
hom.m in omr lne in the Unioni. Jan 13