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THE MANNING TIME.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1887=
B. S. DINKINS, Editor.
A TOUR OF INSPECTION.
It is with very great pleasure that
we note from the Kew and Courier
the purpose of the State Superintend
ent of Education to visit officially dur
ing the year, every county in the State;
directing his attention to the lower
counties during the winter, and the
upper portion of the State to be visit
ed during the spring and summer.
Colonel J. H. Rice, our Superintend
ent, is highly cultured and a typical
South Carolina gentleman. He, evi
dently, designs to show the people of
the State, that he does not regard the
high position assigned to him as mere
ly a sinecure, but one of the greatest
importance to the future welfare of
our country, and a position, when
properly filled, calling for earnest ef
fort and laborious work
He has taken a step in the right di
rection; and there is no estimating
the impetus that such an inspection
may give to the flagging school inter
est of the State. The "passing re
views,' or school dress parades, hereto
fore given by the Superintendents,
went for little. Actual contact with
the work of the school room, when
possible, and an ingathering of the
ways and manner of conducting the
same, will open up a vast field of im
provement all -.ong the lines. Com
ing face to face with the difficulties
blocking the way to progress, and per
sonally meeting the teachers of thE
State, we believe, will suggest a solu
tion to many of the problems.
The teachers and trustees, feeling
and seeing the interest taken by Col
Tice, will join him in his good work
and Heaven grant that they all-Stat(
and county surperintendents, teach
ers, and trustees, may make a manly
-effort to throw of the opprobrium rest
ing so long on the free schools of ow
,eountry. It is no uncommon thing t<
hear the whole thing denominated a
a farce, and ought to be abolished
.But education is too precious to b<
submerged beneath any load of diffi
-culties, and the true principle is t<
seek out the leaks and flaws and seni
the old craft on her voyage of civiliza
tion and enlightenment. The Super
intendent affords the fit time to be
gin, and we earnestly hope that hi
hands will be upheld everywhere. HE
may soon be expected in this count2
the appointment of which will be du
It is apleasure to note that thE
farmers have not forgotton their agri
.cultural sociey And those who op
sethe "Farmers' movement" innsi
wrong when they claim it was the
birth of scheming politicians. It wil
be remembered that three weeks agc
the Tmiss called upon the projectors
of the movement in this county, not
to let the association lag or die, els4
the opportunity would be given its
.enemies to dub it the twin brother od
the late primary election. We must
haste to make the amende honorabb
for even any insinuation this language
-might convey- The article had noi
left the printer's hands when a cal]
was issued for a meeting of the farm
ers association on the 29th ultimo.
No, there are honest, sincere men,
prominent in this effort at organizing
the farmers of Clarendon who have
sacrificed time and means, and labor
ed assiduously and disinterestedly tc
accomplish this end. And we are
peased to see that these gentlemen
have not tired in their work, but con
-tinue their efforts to urge on the farm
ers the importance of their organiza
In accordance with g call published
in the county papers a meeting was
held in the Court House here last
Saturday. It was proposed in the
call to hold the annual election for
officers of the association, but on com
ing together it was discovered that
the constitution provided another
time for this momentous event. This
precluded the transaction of any rou
tine business, and an hour or more was
very profitably spent by the members
in listening to a quiet conversations'
talk by the Hon. Jas. E. Tindal, on
the Legislature and economic reforms.
Mr. Tindal rapidly reviewed the work
of the Legislature so far as it directly
affected the farmers, and then gave
his ideas of the reforms needed to re
duce the State and county taxes. We
would attempt to give a synopsis of
Mr. Tindal's exceedingly interesting
address, but we are saved the effort
by his kind promise to furnish the
Times, for publication, his views on
these important subjects. On motion
of Mr. T. y. Cole the association will
meet again on the last Saturday in
Senator M. 0. Butler has publish
ed a card in the News and Courier
advising those who may be entitled
to pensions for services in the Mexi
can war to ap~ply directly to the Hon.
John 0. Black, commissioner of pen
sions at Washingt~on. If there are
any in this county entitled to Mexi
can pensions they will save consider
able money by being guided by the
oaic of Senator Rutler
j FIVERSAL SUFFRAGE.
The United States Senate has re
cently had offered in that auzust body
a resolution having for its object the
enfranchisement of the entire adult
female part of our population. Just
think of it, ye lords of creation so called,
who have had to put forth such hercu
lean efforts to hold your own and
wear the Irreeches, as it stands! Well
may ve howl out in the mournful ca
dences of despair, for "a lodge in
some vast wilderness" where the en
franchised tyrant of the kitchen cannot
meet you at the poles. We presume
that in order to give the Bill symetry
and proper shape the originators "the
gallant 14," will add on its passage
the conditions precedent to the exer
cise of the right to vote that they must
also chew, cuss and get drunk.
What an awakening to privileges
will this not bring about! The hith
erto veil which like a pall has hung
so long over the mysterious "club"
meetings must now be rent In twain
and the penetralia revealed to the en
quiring mind. Alas for ye husbands
who have been lying about the amount
of important work to be done in or
der to escape the espoinage of the
watchful spouse and join in the revel
ries of the social cup. Lucifer, son
of the morning, thou art fallen. Ye
gay Lotharios, prepare to meet vis- a
vis, your fair dulcinea when and where
you least expect wielding the baton
of a ward-politician. It will indeed
prove a political olla podrida such as
the world never saw before. Think of
dear Mrs. Snooks gathering up all
the chit-chat of the neighborhood
against Mrs. Bell Clapper and storing
up for election day, marching with
the sang-froid of a veteran to the polls
and pouring her vials of wrath o4 her
ancient enemies. Thus, and a thous
and times worse, do fourteen grave
U. S. Senators vote to bring about re
State of South Carolina,
To all whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given of the intention of
George M. Hicks to have his homestead set
off from such real and personal property as
he is entilted to have same of, and in
pursuance of the laws in such cases made.
JAMES E. DAVIS,
Clerk of Court, Clarendon County.
Feb. 1, 1887.
OF DISBURSEMENTS OF
County and School Funds for
the fiscal year commencing
Nov. 1st, 1885,. on or
ders of County Commissioners
and School Commissioner.
1 J J Conyers, sch'l commis
Lmissioner, p. stamps for of
fice. 1 00~
2 F NWilson, agt. ins. premn.
on jail, 3500
3 F N Wilson, agt. ins. prem.
on court house 80 00
4 W KBell,frght pd. on iron
safe and hauling, 44 07
5 JohnlIlngram, MD, med.
and med'l at'n. to paupers, 150 00
6 County.Treasurer, jury tick
ets rec'd for taxes, 513 20
7 County Treasurer, State wit.
tickets rec'd for taxes, 59) 75
11 C SLand, as'gne, tr. jus. sal 8 33
12 COSLand, " const. sal. 6 25
17 Edward Perry & Co. st. sup. 70 71
19 J Furman Norris, chr's for
court house, 48 00
13 S A Rigby, pr. house sup. 450 85
8 S C C Richarason, as'gne,
auditor's cler'l warrant, 300 00
9 S C C Richardson, as'gne, 8
tr. justice const' salaries, 108
10 S C C Richardson, as'gne
trial justice's salaries, 659 35
14 S A Rigby, as'gne, work on
jail and court house, 21 00
15 B A Walker, supplies, 12 35
16 P E Ridgeway, supt. pr. h'se 75 00
M Levi, assignee, (C. L. W.)
co. comn. services, 6 00
0 L Witherspoon, co. comn. ar'vs 189 20
S C C Richardson, (CLW) Co.
commissioners services, 26 00
S C CRichardson, (WJG) Co.
commissioners services, 222 90
S C CRichardson, (RSC) Co.
commissioners services, 26 00
R S Connor, co. com. services, 101 20
M Levi, assiguee (JGH) Co.
commissioners clerk, 38 00
J G Huggins, co. corn's. clerk, 162 00
18 H H Lesesne, sheriff's serv.
and dieting account, 350 00
24 J D Askins, bridge repairs 14 7
'25 Jas F Strange, making two I
pauper's coffins, 10 00
2G J M Sprott, lumber, 3 00
33 P E Ridgeway, supt. pr. h'se 75 92
38 H H Lesesne, shffs serv's 375 00
41 A M Salley, shffs services, 21 45
30 S A Rigby, assignee, jur
commissioner's~ services 55 00
29 S A Rligby, assignee, supt
poor house, 29 78
31 S A liigby, assignee, jury
tickets, 7 50
32 S C C Richardson, assignee
sheriff's dieting accounts, 219 40
22 County l'reasurer, jury tick
ets received for taxes, 449 00
3 County Treasurer, State
witness tickets reci~l for taxes, 32 20
21 M Levi, assign1ea, trial jus
tice salaries, 174 98|I
:20 M Levi, as'gne trial justice's I
27 W G Frierson, bridge rep'rs 3 50
28 J E Scott, service as jury
commissioner. 24 00
010 cc~ F'>-81-ETN D.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1.
1 J. H. Cockerill, teaching, $ 18 00
2 A. S. Boston, teaching, 20 001
3 C. B. DuBose, teaching, 20 00'
4 -. E. Adison, teaching, 18 00
5 W. B. Bonham, teaching, 200
7 Lucinda Abrams, teaching, 1250
8 M. M. Rhame, teaching, 25 00
9 Oliver Shannon. teaching. 9 00
13 W. H. Dyson, teaching, 20 00
14 W. H. Dyson, teaching, 20 00
12 W. B. Bonham. teaching, 30 00
10 Lucinda Abrams. teaching, 10 02
11 J. H. Cockerill, teaching, 15 30
7 M. 1. Rhame. teaching, 18 78
21 Oliver Shannon, teaching, 18 00
20 C. B. Dufose, teaching. 20 00
19 Sarah Adison, teaching, 18 00
18 A. S. Boston, teaching, 20 00
20 Miss A. F. Kellogg, teaching, 30 00
19 Miss A. F. Kellogg, teaching, 30 00
21 Miss A. F. Kellogg, teaching, 30 00
23 C. B. DuBose, teaching, 2000
25 W. H. Dy: on, teaching, 2000
23 A. M. Brailsford, furniture, 1233
24 W. B. Bonham, teaching, 30 00
29 A. S. Boston, teaching, 20 00
25 V.. 31. Rhame, teaching, 25 00
18 Lucinda Abrams, teaching, 6 00
34 Lucinda Abrams, teaching, 12 50
34 . M. Rhame, teaching, 18 96
35 W. B. Bonbam. teaching, 25 00
32 Miss A. F. Kellogg, teaching, 25 00
37 J. H. Cockerill, teaching, 12 20
3G J. H. Cockerill, teaching, 32 82
Total $673 01
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2.
1 John C. Lanham, teaching, $ 4000
3 Eddie Epperson, teaching, 25 00
4 Madison Cantey, teaching, 20 00
5 Lucinda Abrams, teaching, 12 50
8 Eddie Epperson, toiching, 18 75
2 E. F. Edwards, teaching, 35 00
11 Madison Cantey, teaching, 2000
10 Lucinda Abrams, teaching, 10 00
9 E. F. Edwards, teaching, 25 00
7 Ann E. Mattbis, teaching, 18 00
12 Ann E. Matthis, teaching. '18 00
13 John C. Lanham, teaching, . 20 00
16 A. E. Matthis, teaching, 18 00
14 E. F. Edwards, teaching, 30 00
21 John C. Lanbam, teaching, 30(0
23 Mladison Cantey, teaching, 20 00
17 Madison Cantey teaching, 20 00
15 Miss Eddie Epperson, teaching, 25 00
22 E. F. Edwards, teaching, 30 00
29 E. F. Edwards, teaching, 12 00
24 3iss Eddie Epperson, teaching. 25 00
32 Madison Cantey, teaching, 6 00
28 Miss Eddie Epperson, teaching, 14 CO
31 John C. Lanham, teaching, 20 CO
25 A. E. Matthis, teaching, 18 00
30 Mrs. A. E. Matthis, teaching, 8 00
6 3L M. Ragin, teaching, 3 00
19 31. M. Ragin, teaching, 3 00
26 M. M. rtagin, teaching, 3 75
27 M. 31. Ragin, teaching, 4 00
20 M. M. Ragin, teaching, 3 00
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 3.
6 M. A. Barwick, teaching, 16 20
4 George R. Jones, teaching. 10 80
5 J. J. Hampton. teaching, 12 75
2.1. H. Lesesne, teaching, 22 50
3 0. W. Childs, teaching. 20 00
7 W. P. DuRant, teaching, 2.500
8.J. R. Auld, teaching, 30 00
1 T. K. Hilton, teaching, 18 00
9 W. D. Tardig teaching, 30 00
10 T. T. Hilton, teaching, 15 00
11 G. R. Jones, teaching, 10 26
12 W. D. Tardiff teaching, 30 00
18 M. A. Barwick, teaching. 35 33
11 T. K. Hilton, teaching. 18 00
13 0. W. Childs, teaching, 20 00
12 J. A. &J.3M.Sprott, 1 85
13 J. G. Rhodus, teaching, 8 10
11 W. P. DuRant, teaching, 25 00
20 J. H. Lesesne, teaching, 30 00
243. A. Barwick, teaching, 3 60
25 W. D). Tardiff, teaching. 15 00
29 T. K Hilton, teaching. 10 00
23 J G Rhodus, teaching, 1 58
22 J. R. Auld, teaching,. 30 00
26 0. W. Childs, teaching, 15 00
28 G. R. Jones, teaching. 10 15
27 W. P. Du~ant, teaching. 15 00
17 J. J. Hampton, teaching. 12 00
30 R Auld, teaching. 20 50
31 J. H. Lesesne, teaching, 20 90
35 J. R. Auld, teaching, 2 00
36 S. A. Nettles, teaching, 2 55
35 T. K. Hilton,teaching, 12 50
21 S. A. Nettles, teaching. 2 63
33 . H. Lesesne, teaching, 2 75
32 J. J. Hampton, teaching, 9 75
35 G. R. Jones, teaching. 1 25
Total $545 95
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4.
3 B. Brock, teaching, 25 00
5 J. M. Benbow, teaching. 25 00
4 Miss S. L. Harvin, teaching. 16 25
1 M. E. Billups, teaching, 20 00
6 . B. Harvin, rent of school house, 20 00
7 J. G.Rhodus, teaching, 10 00
9 Miss Jane Rily, teaching, 30 00
8 J. G. Rhodus, teaching. 18 00
11 J. M. enbow, teaching, 25 00
12J. G. Rhodus, teaching. 6 75
14 John C. Lanham, teaching, 20 00
16 S. L. anham, teaching, 35 00
15 B. Brock, teaching, 25 00
10 B. Brock, teachinig, 25 00
13 J. G. Rhodus, teaching, 2 28.
17 J. M1 Benbow, teaching, 25 00
19 S. A. Nettles, teaching, 4 50
1s M iss Jnre Rily, teaching, 60 00
It9 . M. agin, teaching, 6 00
21 Miss Jane Rily, teaching, 15 00
Total $413 78
SCHOOL IDISTRICT NO. 5.
9 A. Collins, teaching. $ 20.00
3 3J. J. Hampton, teaching, 20 00
5 J. D. Blackwell, teaching. 30 00
4 Miss Li in'a Leard, teaching. 9 00
G Miss Minnie Mlocre, teaching, 30 00
1 Miss F. L. Hudson, teaching, 30 00
t1 Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook, teaching, 30 00O
[0 S. A. Nttles, teaching, 30 00
L4 3. J. Hampton. teaching. 18 00
33 J. D). Blackwell, teaching. 22 50'
4 Miss Tirgiaia Ingram. teaching, 301 00
.223Miss F. L. IHudson, teaching. 22 50
3ls Zula Blackim temhng 19 00
16 Iliss Znla Blackwel. teachug. 14 25
17 A. Collins, teaching, 15 00
7 Miss Ida V. Dinkins, teaching 9 00
15 Miss Ida V. Dinkins, teaching, 4 50
19 S. A. Nettles, teaching, 22 50
18 Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook, teaching, 2250
20 Miss Livinia M. Leard, teaching, 13 50
21 Miss Virginia Ingram, teaching, 22 50
22 Miss Minnie Moore, teacning. 22 50
Total $457 25
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 6.
1 W. P. Anderson, teaching, 2o oo
4 William Dozier, teaching, 16 6c
6 Butler Prince, teaching, 11 25
5 Miss Ellen Lee, teaching, 9 oc
4 J. J. Bragdon, teaching, 25 oc
2 M. a!. DuPont, teaching, 27 Sc
7 C. A. Blackwell, teaching, 18 7
6 M. A. Bagnal, teaching, 24 2]
4 Ida V. Dinkins, teaching, 11 3,
8 Tha V. Dinkins, teaching, 25 1
3 J. J. Brngdon, teaching, 9 3t
8 M. 31. DuPont, teaching, 10
f Ellen Lee, teaching, 6 7
9 1. A. Bagnal, teaching, 931
2 William Dozier, teaching, 7 4f
7 C. A. Blackwell, teaching, 9 31
5 Butler Prince, teaching, 5 5'
1 W. P. Aderson, teaching, 7 4E
Total $254 91
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 7,
6 Henry DeLaine, teaching, 11 2
3 Miss Fannie Harvin, teaching, 2o o<
4 Miss Emma Brunson, teaching, 15 o<
5 Miss 1. M. Conyers. teaching, 25 o
1 Rev. J. B. Peyton, teaching, 2o o<
2 Rev. William Harrison. teaching, 12 o
10 S. A. Nettles, teaching, 12 o4
10 W. B. Plowden, repairs of school
7 Miss Salie Hodge, teaching, 25 o<
8 D. 1. Bradham, lumber, 4o
16 William Harrison, teaching. 15o
11 Miss Fannie Harvin, teaching, 2o o
12 J. B. Peyton, teaching, 12 o
18 Miss Sallie Hodge, teaching. 25 o
15 H. J. Abraham, teaching, 12o
i6 H.J. Abraham, teaching, 12 o
14 Miss Minnie Alsbrook, teaching, 15 o
13 Miss Minnie Alsbrook, teaching, 15 o
17 Miss Emma Brunson, teaching, 15 o
19 Miss 31. M. Conyers, teaching, 25 o
18 J. J. Johnson, rent, 2o
27 1. L -vi, nails, ete, 3 6
W. J. Conyers, work on school Couse, 8 o
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 8.
1 C. F. Brogdon, teaching, 18 o
3 J. T. Barrow, work, 90
- 2 MiEs M. J. Wheeler, teaching, 20 0
1 R. E. Mc Faddin. work, 2oo
7 Miss Minnie McFaddin, teaching, 25 o
3 N. R. Cousar, teaching, 18 0
9 Miss M. J. Wheeler, teaching, 2oa
14 C. F. Brogdon. teaching, 18 0
16 Miss Minnie McFaddin, teaching, 25 o
lo N. R. Consar, teaching. 18 0
13 Ellen J. Conyers,fteaching, 25 o
8 Miss Ellen J. Conyers, teaching, 25 o
12 31iss Gordon McLeod. teacning, 2oc
17 Miss Gordon McLeod, teacning, 2oc
15 Miss Ellen J. Conyers, teaching. 2oo
14 Miss Ellen J. Conyers, teaching, 2oo
16 Miss Ellen J. Conyers, teaching, 35 o
To,al $356 a
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9,
1 W. P. Warloy, teachinr, 11 2
7 3. P. Moore, teaching, 17 1
3 A. J. Castine, teaching, 15 a
16 3. T, Green, teaching. 21 a
128. P. Chandler. teaching. 3o a
6 Miss D. 0. Brightman, teaching, 34 2
6 H. L. Dickson, teaching, 5 71
14 R. E. Turbeville, teaching, 38 7~
15 A. J. Castine, teaching. 15 o
9 W. P. Warley, teaching. 19 5
4 E. E. Kennedy, teaching, 2o o
6 E. E. Kennedy, teaching, 1o a
10. P. Moore, teaching, 1285
2 . D. Sellars, teaching, 17 1
18 J. D. Sellers, teaching. 13 5
8 Emma F. Carpenter. teaching, 30o
19. T. Green, teaching, 9 c
11 Anna A. Parsons, teaching. 15 o
2o R. E. Smith, teaching, 5o o
Total $385 1
-SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 10.
3 Mrs. C. M1. McLeod, teaching, 2o0o
2 Miss M. Carroll, teaching, 13 o
4 J. D. DuRant, teaching, 2o o
1 rs. M. C. Rich, teaching, 13 7
7 Mrs. M1. C. Rich, teaching, 14 8
6 Miss Ida Briggs, teaching, 15 o
5 Miss Ida Briggs, teaching, 2o o
9 Miss 3lamie Carroll, teaching, 14 o
10. D. DuRant, teaching, 18 o
8 Mrs. C. McLeod, teaching, 25 o<
13 Mrs. C. McLeod, teaching. 15 o<
12 Miss Ida Briggs, teaching, 5 o
11 Miss Emma Mims, teaching, 21.5<
15 Mrs. M1. C. Rich, teaching. 2 71
16 J. D. Duflant, teaching, 2.5
14 Miss Mamie Carroll, teaching, 2.51
Total $222 8
S. A. Nettles, advertising, $16 75
B. S. Dinkins, advertising, 4 50
3D Rutledge, examining teachers, 9 oo
B S Dinkins, examining teachers, 0 oo
B S Diakins, advertising, 95 5o
S A Nettles, advertising, 24 00
Louis Loyns, furniture, 1 oo
Prof. Witherow, teacher in Nor
mal Institute, 9o oo
S A Nettles, assistant teacher in
Normal Institute 38 .5o
W B Bonhram, assistant teacher
in Normal Institute, 38 5o
A Levi, Secretary Normal Institute, 11 oo
Henry Strickland, servant in Nor
B S Dinkins, advert'sing, 8 00
B S Dinkins, advertising, 6 oo
S A Nettles, adve rtisin~g, 8 oo
J Conyers, school commission
er's salary. Goo oo
JConyers, travell'n. expenses. 1oo 00
B S Dinkins, examining teachers, 9 o
A Levi, examining teachers, 9 oo
Aggregate $5 201 69
I hereby certify thut the foregoing is a
true and correct statement of disbursements
of County and School taxes for the fiscal
year ending, October 31. 1886
H. H. HUJGGINS,
u- nin, $. C. Janur 31dt 1887.
Ik holesale Grocers and
159 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Direct Importers of Ales, Porters,
Wines, and Brandies.
VELeH & rSON,
185 & 187 Meeting Street, and 117
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Invite attention to the following
Cut Loaf Sugar, 121 lbs. for $1.
Granulated Sugar, 15j lbs. for $1.
Coufectioners' Sugar, 15k 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 ets. 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.
jfrrNo charge for packing or drayage.
S. ThOMas, 3n. J. M. THOMAS.
Stephen Thomas, Jr., & Bro.
Jewelry, Silver and
Spectacles, Eye Glasses, and
8&- Watches and Jewelry repaired
by expert workmen.
273 KirG ST.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. O'Neil& Sons,
33 HMn-E STr=....CAI.ESTON, S. C.
Wholesale Dealers in
Boots and Shoes,
Trunks, Satchels, &c.
D Goods received by every steamer suitable
for the interior trade. All the latest styles
constantly in stock, at the lowest prices and
on accommodating terms.
SJan, 12, 87 ly.
D 157 and 169, East Bay,
DCHARLESTON, S. C.
Jan. 12. 87 17
at astonishingly low
0We are selling our Fertilizer at the follow
8ilcox Gibbs & Co. Manipulated Guano,
less than 10 tons, per ton, $26.00. Ten tons
Silcox Gibb &Co. Superphosphate, less
than 10 tons, per ton, $16.60. Ten tons and
upwar, per ton, $15.00.ar uao ls
than 10 tons, per ton. $24.00. Ten tons
6 i Delieed to Ralroa or Steamiboat
at Charleston, free of drayage.
~English Acid Phosphate,
Nitrate of Soda,.
Nova Scotia Laud Plas
ter, Peruvian Guano,
Ground Fish Scrap
Cotton Seed Meal,
and Fertilizer supplies generally; AUl
best quality, at lowest market prices,
Conimunicate with ua before buy.
THE WILCOX & GIBBS 6UANO CO.,
138 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Win. Shepherd & Co.,
232 MEETING ST.,
Tinwares, House Furnishing
Goods, Potware, Kitchen and Stove
aliSend for Price List and Circu
J. C. H. Claussen & Co.,
Steam Bakery and Can~dy FactorY,
C A RTETON, . C.
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers, Saw
Mill Machinery, Cotton Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steam
boat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
SirRepairs executed with pronptness and Diqatch. Seedfor price lists.
East Bay, Cor. Pritchard St.,
Jan13 1 Charleston, S. C.
sr-If you need any Clothing, Furnishing Goods, or Hats,
send your orders to
FALK & CO.,
EJMG STREET, OrrTZ HASL,
Charleston, S. C.,
as they have reduced the prices of their entire stock to cost,
on account of change of firm.
OTTO F. WIETERS,
WHOLESALE dealer in Wines, Liquors and Segars.
No. 181 EFST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
F. J. PELZER, President. F. S. RODGERS, Treasurer
Atlantic Phosphate Company,
of Charleston, S. C.
Sta-uicda-r-d FEert-13mera and Importers of
Punni3 Comin:M.AM% -& ASZrr.
Pelzer, Rodgers & Co.,
BRowN's WHARF, - - - CHARLESTON, S. C.
i6r MXR.3. Livi, of Manning, will be pleased to supply his
friends and the public generally, with any of the above brands
The Soluble Guano is a highly concentrated Ammoniated Guano-a com
ASHLEY .ASI-I ELEMENT.
A very cheap and excellent Non-Ammoniated Fertilizer for Smull Grain
crops, Fruit Trees, Grape Yimes, ete.
ASHLEY AMMONIATED DISSOLVED BONE,
ASHLEY SMALL GRAIN SPECIFIC
ASHLEY Corn and Cotton Compound.
A complete Fertilizer for these two crops and ale largely used by the Trucke. near
Charleston for Vegetables, etc.
Ashley Dissolved Bone. Ashley Acid Phosphate.
Genuine Leopokdshall Kainit,
p&- For Terms, Directions, Testimonials, and for the various attractivre and instirue
siil Official Analysis prove our Goods to be above their Gar
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Acid Phosphate, Dissolved Bone, Kainit, and all Fertilizers
supplies, for sale by
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FRANCIs B. HACKER, President and General Agent.
STONO PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
Charleston, S. C.
HIGH GRADE FERTILIERSR
Soluble Guano, (htiglhly ammoniated), Dissolved Bone, Acic?
Phosphate, Ash Element, Floats, Germn Zainit, 11igh Grade
Rice Fertilizer, Cotton Seed Meal.
WliAll orders promptly fdled. WTJ AEEPeiek
R. M. MEANS, Treasurer.
For sale b~y M. LEVI,
Oct20 Manning, S. C.
WilliamM. Bird & Co.,
CI-I.A.B T MWV.PON, S. C.
Counter, Platform and COtton Scales.
Trucks, Grocers' Tinware, etc.
Paints and Painters' Material of every description. We are headquarters
for these goods and offer induceements to purchasers. Aug18
Wulbern & Peper Follin Bros.,
Provisions, Liquors, Tobacco, Etc RLEION .(.
679 & 16 East Bay, Charleston, S C. Tn~cCG~nPps 'c
6eorge W. Steffens, bad ftbco
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Auction and Commission Merchant and BODAE
197 &199 East Bay. CharlestoD, s C.OTDBAS
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Bernard Oill & SonsIE
Established 1845. AT.
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