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WEDNESDAY, FERSUARY 2i. i87,
B. S. DINKINS, Editor.
On the convening of the Court this morn
ing the Grand Jury were handedan ind. c-'
ment against William Godfre:. chur
house-breaking and larceny. They vrtird
and in a short time returned Nritha --true
bill," at the same time handing in their pre
mentment, which is published elsewhere.
They were then discharged from futrther at
tendance on the Court. William Godfrey
subsequently pleaded guihy and was sen
tenced to the penitentiary for 18 ionths.
Robert Conyers, convctr-d of sellingwhis
key without a license, was sentenecd to pay
a fine of $100, or be impriioned in the con
ty jail for six months. We understand he
has paid his fline.
THE TIRALI Z' Tos. F.. TANNON.
This case was the object of iv r' -
terest and comment. and the Court Ho'Se
was densely packed with a ctrions, cv-er
erowd when it was cale I wich icr !d'
the trial proceeded. There was mu ch spr'c
ulation among that important oody. the pub
lie, as to whether Shannon would be tied.
Many declared that his counsel wvold ree-t
to some subterfuge to have the case counaai
ed. Consequently, when the dnse boldlyv
announced "ready," there was mue su
prise manifested among the large: a in
beyond the railing.
Mr. Shannon was arraigned with "11 te
solemn impressive formalitie-s of thec law.
The selection of a jury was the nat stp.
Seven jurors were sworn when the panel
was exhausted. Four more were sworn troi!,
those stood aside by the State. There lact.
ed one more juror and a special venira had
to be issued. During the selection of the
jur.y two novel questions arose which delay
ed matters several hours. A juror was pre
sented and being placed upon his rew ir Ie
said that the accused had married hs first
cousin. This, the State contended, di-qu:0
ified the juror to sit on the case. Th d4
fence insisted that the rule applied only it
jurors connected to the party on trial by COn
2angniniti, and not by aiinity or
The Court finally ruled with the nt amt
noted the objections of defence. The other
was even more extraordin.arv. It arose wl;h' a
it was discovered that a juror who adl been
absent the preceding days, w p
The Judge was perplexed to dece whether
he should be presented when his name had
not been placed in the "hat." He finally
ruled in the affirmative but the juror was
ummarily stood aside by the State. At tLe
reconvening of the Court in the afternoon
the extra venire supplied the remaining ju
ror. Their names are, s. P. Ho1iaday. Lou- 1
is Richbourg, H. J. Abraham, (colored), C.
W. Walker, J. W. Ragn, B. R. Bryant, S.
W. GrifBn, A. D. Rham', M. S. Canty, J. -1.
Richardson, F. L. R. Lesesne. and D. H.
Welch. The jury retired to their room and
elected Mr. J. M. Richardson their foreman.
The evidence for the State agreed in sub
stance with the testimony at the Coronor's
Inquest, which was published at the xiie,
and is very generally known. The only
new evidence of any importance was that of
the Sheriff of the County and Mr. Louis Arp
pelt, both of whom swore that Shannon vol
tin and of his own acenrd stated, when
he was 'ig carried to Sumter to escape the
lynchers, that "it was hard for him to sualer
for other people's affairs. Rose was to do
the thing or shooting and he borrowed my
pistol for the purpose that morning." The
' said be 'hunched" Shannon to stop
what he was saying. The admissibility of
thisevidence caused considerable discussien.
Defendant's counsel argued that it was an
incomplete statement as the accused was~
stopped by the Sheri?. This position w'as
over-ruled and the Court allowed it to go to
the jury. The prosecution endeavored to
prove by C. C. D)uBose that he was threaten
ed by Shannon because he signed one of the
read petitions. This was over-ruled as ein
Here the State rested its case.
Mr. Thos. E. Shannon, the accused, was
the first witness. He ascended the witness
stand calmly- and with quiet dignity. The
-cynosure of every ey-e in the Court Roonm,
the coolness and manly bearing of the ae
outed as he told his story in a simple straight
forward, honest way, made a most favojrable
impression on the Court. Jury. and audience.
Mr. Shannon being sworn, said:
"This trouble began about four yeaas ago,
when an old road was closed and a new one
opened in the Midway neigborhood. Sever
al attempts were made to reopen this old
road, all of which were unsuccessful. The
last attemipt was made about one year ago
before the board o~f County Commissionere.
N . B. Barrow was the principal man in the
movement to have the road opened. The
defendant was at this time employed in tak
ing care of the plantation of the late Jamias
McFaddin, and personally had nothing to
do with the road controversy, except where
he was drawn into it as the employee cei the
McFaddins. The defendant was presen: at
the meeting of the County Comissioners,
which was held to discuss this mater onth
4th of last May. While in Manning on that
day he met the deceased (Barrow) in a crowd
and offered to shake hands with him. ]Bar
row refused his band. Nothing miore was
said or done by either party on that occasion.
Defendant was also present at the commis
sioners' meeting on May 2SQt. He was a
witness at this meeting, and while giig in
his testimony N.B. Barrow contradicted one
of his statements with an oath. Defe~Caaat
told Barrow that that was not the place to
discuss their differences, but that, if he de
sired it, he would argue with him when
they got outside. Mr. Prdy told Mr. Bar
row that he could not use profaiy in that
meeting. Defendant did not go to Barrow
after the meeting or have anything more to
do with him that day. He left town in a
buggy with Wm- T. Rose about sundown
that afternoon, and had no idea of meeing
or overtaking the Barrows on the road.
'Wheni aboout five miles from Manning' they
overtook a buggy, and upon inquiringfoun d
that W. J. Gibbons anid E. J. Gren were
riding together in .:. The defendan.t drove
on oround it, and not until they were driv
ing around did they discover anaother bug
gahead. The front buggy drcv- u' and
keptahea forabout three-qjuarters of
mile, when it fell io a walk. D1e) an
and Rose were at this time disci'us-ig
road matter in a very quiet manner. Eo
said something about having to go to town
so frequently on this pilece'of busin'ess tLat
it interfered with the work on his; c' p.
Upon this N. B. Barrow turned oron' Lfl i
called to Rose that hie was one o c- thme
engaged in the allhir, and it had to be setted
right here. Rose said all rigt, and th
Barrows stopped their buggy, an h de
ceased jumped out, pulled o-f his coa ta
threw it in the buggy. Old Mr. Barrw ad
MCose then jumped to the grou.ndan "e
fendant thinking that Rose w ol be doub mile
teamed got out to see fair p. Jut-- .t
this time defendant s horse, which wau
nervous animal, shied, an d c stopped and
caught it by the bits. As Ros advmr d
the deceased said to him I' :tyn
after, Rose, but Shanneon's the man." D:
ceased then went to th' b'ak of "i Lugg
and then advanced on def'ndat syi
"Shannan you cursed my ttbr and we1
have it out'to-night." Th a defendant 'e
p Lied that he could notttake back.l what Le
hd said. Deceased, wi:h his coat (t2. e'n
tinned to advance. andn defendant calld to
him 'Stand bac-h, Bill Barrcw!' De- e i
did not heed this warning, and he da w-i
pistol and fired. He never once lett his
horse's head until after he had shot Barrow
JDefendant's right arm was broken sonme
very t4co'r '1 for it. l- i'e m :s
over Li -s :ra vie tre.. . s; -
ha! .tE~ n" " ::nqs of. nimoit:: vlat
t:e owi ro- it i . n o. ..i r . yt
sino: Me Mfce : 1 A :T- . , ia.: fa o ni
tiihna tlr. -''4 ~ T '' C uv:: I. " U tn~
tr' nrtnk-s w w t,r ' .!' .1.
He had also rcve-t an anmnywi .
if APn re~a was Wt: "POWi i-y'j rnm
s.on4rs at t 1 n eti - on tl- :4h of 1-v
Le :ast le-av., the ou ty i::-ath:a
or run the ri-.: of 19in; is lite. Th let
te" , eS trv:1whe:mse ofre a .:b t
o.r '4r1s in 't. i , n
occaswon w.-en theY deerant was W:ek
crowdj came o le:ro i .:,J~a a consm-,
erable ro w. 14 4 did :o ?u.': .t t i-!"
who it wat, but on ::iin: ont h; faunai :A
inse4i ptiv 'n WAN G' A-nr: 'Th .na t. 'nl
1o, '1'. A1. -- . tb' Io11
-.:was r en t - -. i - i. '
coe s:- . Whn (I1:ad ii- 1!t I n %.n
n rte by1 isMnd i he inr - He.4
4a.r'' L-rds Cr: tt i i ' -J
foYi Puu t sers' aro.- -n of
teth fri uer no ?i -
Defn cankt, e-: ter tI
reue We dei.. ii-t ; L 1 a Y W.
Mc'4ntosh, .. out (1.T i' n M" V:.
e b,. : d -- a h- :i : - i
fa1U 4 r TO.
this for t ers e At - 1I'
lc as.l- ti .: v ery a:: A i WN
vlnc f!"a i-- e'1.nt 00d tw t
wuo nA wat Aa -..non - - -
itoUqte i dk of We attawe yv
:ul -::oupua 1h
to'- too''v he 4.44 .;t ho '%l
un amore W~ nte.n ttd ueddnzm-,h
Ca a fi.n th:. ..i
riel e- c mx 1.- - :i d : nl. n
'cond11 ho -.. m ti t .':- to tttud:
a pative ntth wl of Zthe cow wh.7aJ
Cnd tret ne h!, i:. wer Yp;re ( iT; t. It wa.
tI str hi. Connd, ; e h"''lf. A
buf. vlie..- id s and t r In'home.
all~~~ ~~ huMMA kPVW~ 0 "W
De.fend::st had always( tr -J t~o!o voia a row
withese men." <' n f ta. y..r-T
G. H '-inhl'1 v.1r1 4 b44 h4 ot i
-e o n 1 cn : , - -
sad h ? teei : ro a r er -
"4n 4e .: t t r-I4. w d be 1: .
Wn bein erT-li!te by ;r ka
road-i theni;; of t0h1 kit unti he 'ia1i
ros we.vre a u .he -
to w'tl vas.about, ve or six Weet from wit
aess wheln he r. its astnd
at the horst'd wn -. sh'
Ater the shooing he went o and sta we
hrabut i trequr rif.an hour.- von
>leck whn the moun -s eiu \hsho
nand then w'-nt to 1)-!r Hote!: Le want
.a to LIo t4 thr.- sherin'. ut Mr. .1-ila 1.n2.:1
b wailt "'.'.ta dahg
''1 wa.s pu en at- th 1in. on hae
We4ih of tihe 41ta of la't 'lay. H's lvestamo
a ox the meeting w4as ueely c'rrobnrative
I what haS been s-id by he d...fenda nt.
The daceased( wats possitively' the first lianf
who~ g It Cut of his bu''-vy on te'r4m'fl.
Witns ot ou-t and1 "tart-d toiad-s - he
Bar-.m- 41 ug'y h dee '--ed sad:' 'Yon
W1es ten'4 wad to wh-re o'd .'r.Br
ICow was1 stit, -'ig efnd etdnt 11- oI-'I conversa4-"
tion iKtL hir. They ., le. a--r'" ur
then he- l'-rId t- '' p e .ht4-- ', a t'n I 134
o where iis h1:? w' ~as. He -ound '-.2
tnt tstatdinIg af1 the - hore' hea with t4'1 he
rein over his r-ght arm. He told ..hu. to g-et
;nto the bag~y. \t the re-port or the pi4'..4l
arrow's hor-e had run.f of 1into " a1 fie w44ithi
the buggy. 'The night wa-t toleratbly dark.
It would iav'e bee"n irm poss-ubie to suo a we.~a
pon in a man's tand 'at ev4en a short dis
ance. Witne4s was oneO of theC partes op
posed to oneng~ the o-Il road. Doest not
know wvhen the deceas S t Manin.
Dr. 1. X1. Wvcods' wa. the n1- w e-s
"-Be 1:ve S in th0n4hbrh4 wher -h
controve rsy a' "1t thei roa w:: *' ain4
'e4e, an. h-n :-Id t these f'.o~ '- ::'
gi C. 41 l : .0 ilth 1t-..i' 1" to e '- i
on -'s life.\ Witnes t.,1 a efer.:zt that
ie had ' hard -x-a m..4nd w:>ubi I sIs
hin toarm 4jin 4.e' n b-eu h Uoot
do t.C4 WnaO :':. . eL~. tw.. a . :
a Cn. H 'ater1'-kn i ' the led
bov exe- tS -h-n mc-adl discuss th, roa
a -tair in tL';r ero.'J. -ttht 4:oU-o
en the d .;.dant K-ta A e a
. --hthat 'el 1 In :4' t.r te4 e a
T--a did 4 t B s~ N.i-4'4 n. E.:4-o 1n ur o
th1im s 1n t,: 4 ::y t hel kil4\ u
11~ '4 hi4: .::yth:~ (4e4::444 it4 ginto,
."3.4. w . aean
k izn thj' ?he" (14r"c' v- a t he causm of aln
C. , . ,, 1 4 1 lt ( 4 4
tim:,: :::T r. ... t--~~' a - wh wa -r e t
H e: - vtdee-td ci'- v.
N .413. i .:s: ;;d:pae o h
fr a Rse .i orL 4i ' ari' s J hnn n( -3
1fendant)I sphl)up and s'0id4thatthey ti n
e -plnatio t.>b~ 0ie 'Ct~i W f
State seedche ofA.u 'he 3.ton s ggd in
they' caseh nre. hitissh-:a f or tiwir ~lou
inily and li e. iir. t1LE lie~a "'r ensv I vfor
en C 114 i\ the aco - , oo 1Iu. aaTi. n',elut
the' .-I.ir.1 ' c igr Ia:: Io s )If f. l r. M.
in;.: ne vtol ieli i -
- : , :- - X , t'.--e-. ir. e: 1 t i . i -
i:~~~~ ~ ~~~ I~~t i.r .!ao j irn 1:er.
'la is. 111e julry werT kept closely co:niu-I
-1In the Cur lousf
A. L I ~ r -~
.In ~ ~ ~ ~~t uh sr fUurlEsnS
...i L... a U:... A I
anIL' ie sf trc us c inius
we4 of :s~e~ : u ro:et
c . :- i.::? 1i. , o hbi
M~~~~~ri at1 vl - n l as s -L.m -
'urne r:til ot-: toe c
uto n *,c.a I ne vtious f -
:n o com: T exnr tomut
our G'rnk uery hrasd Jlry intheir
I edS bod P'vc'a b new o.'-"t
judgment sCO Xto r'to mdtat
I( tren-L I'ed ginersl C uls ri
o at e (t:r
un as 1Je hinw bord ini ationi
to te o .e wort in our joi -
ment, at ieasu:320.000.
Tour Grand.~X Jury has also exam'ii -
e'l the. blonds pin by t:e new oiers
its< yed wtth l sth( geea elto,
and fn temils good and aly slani
eieut. excent t.1e b)ond of E. C. Holcrtou,
:u we (eeb r nat 1 *n t*b
:e have by committee visite1 the
.ai|. -a ind it in ecur ind iu bad
condition gener::uly. It is also tirty
?etd w;td a hee. t he cor.. u ...v
and~ utenisils are7 almo4.st w.rn o ' an
:nisioners cleanse atnd. repleish" the
Jail at an~ eary day.
The roads of the co y are in a
fir condition; but the bridge e'er
ally are bad, espc~liy inose over tiu
Biei:k River causeway at 2.!izhVy.
which'.1 we loreiut as being~ unt.saf andii
SnlcrZe uis ?7 give. us jIeasure :) re
norlt thatt the las~ ~ta'rad .;mbl.
pas n Aet authotrizing our Cuonut;
Commiss:ouers to bo:rrow mnoney to
build and repair our bridges andi timat
we have the assurance of our Boiard
that they will a; end to. this important
wxater at tan e'arly day.
OJur Couty Commnissioners have
entered upon the dischtarge of their
duties unuder serious embarrassments.
Our. Coutt is badly in debt. TheL
u'iele''1C for the' yer 1534wa
70; for 18 I-5, $S00; for 18S3-6,
a gratnd~ total of $7,800t, and this is no
sm:cl axmunt whenl you consider ti~
fae:, that the~ taxabl~e pro~perty of this
county is~ in round nlumbers $1,500,000.
and the tas levy upon us fo- this year
is 12 1-2 mills. These defielennecs in
our humble judgroent arts3 from the
fact that in the past fewv years our
RepesetatvestL]rougu their inistra
tunftlity. Ipose7d a levy mII:uilicee
to mecet the ordinary expen~ses of the
coamo v. We would also c:dI upc-.n our
Se i nd epr:eaetatives to have
au act passed providinug f. ri the cas;
na1'tmeniti of our G-rand and Petit Ju
rors at the etse of each terma of court.
our~ Countyi Commijssione~rs t o tieot'
dition oC the .Curt Hfouse; the plas
ter ng .i ed a':J dweet., especial
1.. in .r Roenas. w~Kth dirty and ob
sceneC wi:iulg and carricatures: the
uritu r'IO. within~ the bar' ~s noiir and1(
insul Z!e ient forii the tccommedationo
membersd of' te~ ba, uror~ -mdr teyr
of' ~Cu the irt und ea hereby rem
.mgnd' that !OL0 the r be unished with
tles leighe comforut ndta ear
tabes tI tor b Icovered abveth a
removedru thei olacesd theredthrs
now r. otha t ther seaos fro uasd
aboveS " be):oor o the b::riwihi the n
eu atd leas tena inhst aoe )thef
tr.n 1eaut:icmt o.: metruea on ase
a fowd tcs frol ittingd ther
of~ th Jurti llows aind~ o ths xcour
all~ pm'mdsous mnp' teJUrorlshfown us
7n thit .iury Itof whieur rt s.
sesion W reanuen thatP. si
toos o boes e laced witinth
bar an' thr ro pitn olh
es , dns .nd..eni..sow. u
durintis tem fCor....T
FR.) Pii . COOPFR,
"I have use Sner;cJre
Re-_-uat(r fOr 3a:1y year ,v
ing made it 2ny on'- :aMiLy
xMedicin-. MY irother beforo
me was very paztial to It 1s
a salo, go-> and am di
cine for -ani.:ni of tho
a great ;n*-:-a' o (4f ok
I often recymmnd it 1o imy
friends, and shall continao to
do so."Rev. James M. Rollins.
"PastorM. E.Church, So. Fairueld,Va."
TIME AND DOCTORS' BILLS SAVED byj
always keeping Simmons Liver
Regulator is the housc.
"I have found Simmo~ns Lier
Regulator the hest family med
icine I ever usec for anything
that nay happen. have used it
in Indigestion, Coiic, Diarrhea,
.Biliousness. and found it to re
lieve innedia'cy. Aftcr est
ing a hear: ysuptr, t:. oi;
to bod. I take about : -
ful, I neve'r fl tho cirects of
the supper caten.
"OVID 0. SPARKS,
"E-Mnyo: Macon, Ga."
Aie ONLY GE!NUI N E-a
Elas our Z Sttmp on front of Wrapper.
J. H. Zeilin & Co., Sola Propriefors,
Price, 31.00. PnvrAImELPHaPA.
G. AALEN ., U %.
ls.ut. Sni:. ~::
J.u1r S.' 9%
tom- and Ca-u -e" :
Oficc South of 'ourt HIlouse.
ATTonI:Y AT L.W,
2a n nin g , S. C.
N_-"otary Publie with seal.
. E U .
Attornev and Cuc-ellcr al Law.
su . d. 7 m..
1. & P.COATS'
I-00RD SPOOL COTTON
POR SAL E )BY
* MOSES LEVU,
TANNIN 1, S. C.
, 0.D]r-:ris, M. D. iRz:nx 1B. Lonm
ur ri s. ::m th put - l C- e 0: y
hat we aire now ialyv prepared to suip
na in fact everyta.-k us:ally ikept in
cases~Car Draland .Meicines
hc 1owvest p)rices.
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully
:ompounded by day or night.
J. G. DINKINS & CO.
state of South Carolina,
C'LAI-.ND( N COU'NTY.
:Toll wh:na it ..ay con~fcer.:
No-e, i h.r- : i-:cu ([ the inltentijon of
f'ran suhr:d sti ' )S-nal: iri:erty as -
isi entihi. to hi'- s:t:0 of. and in
ruace of t::.:1.2:s la1 such: eres tiade.
.GEMS E. D)AVI-S,
r.b. 1 1to
L oy d Brothers,
!79 EAST BAY,
CHARlLESTON, S. C.
Direct importers of Ales, Porters,
Vines, and Brandies.
HI T& EASON
85 & 187 Meetincg Street, and 117
CHARLESTON, S. C.
uvite attcntion to the following
Cnt L .0 1 . ilto;. fr S.
Conf Iler cL gtr. 154 Ibs for Si.
Whi- Ex C. nr '. for S.
i .:ht wn:'gr, ' li.s for $1.
Govl Br-wn ',.a- : fr $1.
211b. Tco::;a t.-v , ." Ill it,. a doz.
::2 Ib s.. 1 aI<) z
God a S for a box of 50.
are: 1;,-t a fee; of the many attract
"nu we ar" co:a"ntiv oi;ericn-. and house
r.l u ~it gr y to their aLdvan- i
acopy f our Monthly Price
: L No cha; Lf r or drayage.
TiloM., JR. J. M. TIg)MAS.
Sigph m.s, Jr., &Bro.
W"M , 25V~ [sd
Za" Watches and Jewelry repaired
y expert workmen.
27:3 KcM ST.,
CHAR1LESTON, S. C.
D. O'Neiii& Sons,
33 H.E ST:.T. .. CHARLESTON, I. C.
Wholesale Dealers in
Boots and Shoes.
Trunks. Satchels. ke.
Goodsq received by every steatner suitable
for thIo irmoror trad. .'A1 the lat'st styles
:Onstantly i. stock. at the lowest prices and
'l ace*"oin:j10rating term-;.
JTan, 12. Si 17
1 t7 a Grocers,
157 and 169, East Bay,
CIARULESTON, s. C.
.Tan. 1?. S7 17.
:tt astonishingly low
We are selling onr Fertilizer at the follow
ing lo.w prices:
Wilcox, Gibbs~ & Co. Manpulated Guano,
less thanI 10 tons. per ton, $2G.00. Ten tons
md upward. $2.3
Wileox. ,ibbs & C2o. 5uperphophate, less
rhan 10 tons. per ton. $I6.50. Tea tonsand
Ipwardis. per toul. $15.00.
Excellent Georgia standard Guano. less
han 10 tons, oer ton, S24.00. Ten tons
cd up)wards. por toni. $21.50.
e 1Di-:ered to Railro::d or Steambcat
it'Charleston. free of drayageo.
Enlish Acid Phosphate,
Nitrate of Soda,
Nova Scotia Land Plas
ter'. Peruvianl Guano.
Ground Fish Scr'ap
Cotton Seed M1eal.
mci Fertilizer supplies generally; All
est quality, at lowest market prices,
Conanunicate with us before buy
r'. .h w~here.
[E W.i0X & $38 GUANO CO0,
1Ss Eait Lay, Cston, . C.
vhi. SiheerI & C0.,
2:32 M1EETING ST.,
Carleston, S C.
Tinwares, H-ouse Furnishing I
ods, Potware, Kitchen and Stove
W-Senld for Price List and Cireu
C. H. Claussen & Co.,
Steamn Bakary and Candiy Factorf,
CTARTESTN, S. C.
Charleston Iron Vorks,
l2manufacturers aa Dealers in
Marine Stationary and Portable Engines and Ioilers, Saw
Mill Machinery. Cotton Presses, Gius. Railroad, Steam
boat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
geIRepairs execylcd u-ith prowpineso and Dispach. &nd/or price lists.
East Bay, Cor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
Ifou need any Clothing, Furnishing Goods, or Hats,
send your orders to
KING ST:'EE-. OPPOSITE HASEL,
Char]eston1, S. C.,
as they have reduced the prices of their entire stock to cost,
on account of chanae of firm.
OTTO F. WIETERSS,
W 1) IrS.\LE lealer in Wines, Lignors and Sugars.
No. 1St EAST BAY, RHARLESTON, S. C.
F. J. P President. F. S. RoDGEus, Treasurer
Atlantic Phosphate Company,
of Charlestcn, S. C.
ita-.C1aZrCL. 7"erti i mers and Importers of
Pelzer Rodgers & Co.,
BRWNo I's WAn, - - - CHARLESTON, S. C.
W Mn. :i. LEVI. of 3!anning. will be pleased to supply his
friends and the publie generally. with any of the above brands
The Soluble Guano is a highly concentrated Ammoniated Guano-a com
ASHLEY AS-I ELEME\T.
A very cheap and excellent Non-Ammoniated Fertilizer for Small Grain
crops, Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, etc.
ASHLEY AMMDONIATED DIS55 OLVED BONE,
ASHLEY SMALL GRAIN SPECIFIC
ASHLEY Corn and Cotton Compound.
A complete Fertilizer for these two crops and also largely used by the Truckers near
Charleston for Vegetables, etc.
Ashley Dissolved Bone. Ashley Acid Phosphate.
Genuine Leopoldshall Kainit,
Mr For Terms, Directions, Testimonials, and for the~ varions attractive and instrue
ti re poli ations of the com: pany. address. .& i _ i y .> E O .
r& Oflicial Analysis prove our Goods to be above their Guar
SoGano.W AND. cth
Acid Phosphate. Dissolved B~one, Kainit, and all Fertilizers
supplies, for sale by
vv ND P'I OS. C O., CHALE~roX, S. C.
Fn scis B. HACKER, President and General Agent.
Charleston, S. C.
HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS.
Soad>c Gwwo, (Aighlyi~ <nnonated). Djissoired Bone, Acid
PhiospAmte, As Element, Floats. Geriau JKain it, High Grade
Rice Fertdizer, Cotton S'eed )kal.
m-All orders promptly filled.
WILLIAM IRAVENEL, President.
R. M. MEANS, Treasurer.
For sale by M. LEVI,
Oct20 Manning. S. C.
Williaml M. Bird & C.o.,
CI-IARLI-STON, S. C.
Counter, Platform and Cotton Scales.
Truicks, Gr'oce-rs' Tiniware, etc.
Paints and Painters' 3Material of every description. We are headquarters
for these goods anid offer inducements to purebasers. Aug18
Wuibern & Piheper Folljin B ros.,
AND DEA~is a 'CH A J L ES TON. S. C.
Provisions, Liquors, Tobacco, Etc
&10 East Ba, Ch~,arleston, S C Tonacco, Co.s P E'S, ETC.
George W-, Steffens, biusotobc
WHIOLESALL; (ioCEC, LcrE
Auction and Comission 3Merchant and !tl)A.
LIQ.?Ion DEA\LEni. OL) -
19.7 & 199 East 1ay, Chau.r-ston,SC s C.) F~
Agent for the Clato &1hRusl lit U
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