Newspaper Page Text
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1S87
TER1S OF SUlti C PTtON:
One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 a;
the Erpiration of Six Months.
Advertiseent.-Per Square, !irst in
Each snbsequient insertion. 50e.
7.- Contract Advertising at reduced
The Manning correspondent of the
Necs and Corier says that 'French
measles are raging in tOwn.
Thomas Bradley has been comnit
ted to jail by Justice TIompson, of
Salem, for burglary and larceny.
R. 0. Purdy, Esq., and General F.
W. Moise were in town last week.
Married on the evening of the 3rd,
at the home of the bride, Mr. Willie
Canty to Miss Zula Blackwell.
The public landlord, Mr. J. L. Rowe.
has but two boarders. They heve en
gaged lodgings 'till the May term of
the circuit court.
Mr. W. F. Turner in a cmmunica
tion published to-day, explaius the
position of Turner & Bro. towards
Messrs. Smythe & Ad- r.
The public school teachers of Abbe
ville County are paid $20, $15, and
$10 per month, according to grade o
- . A. Snow & Co., paten
lawyers at ' 'gronreiTti
ofice a fire escape patent granted to
P. G. Parris, of Columbia.
There were very few people pres
ent at the sales last Monday. Only
one lot of land was sold by the sheriff.
Mr. W. K. Bell was the purchaser.
Miss Flavilla Fleming, of New Zion.
died of cancer last Wednesday. She
was about 35 years old, and had 1eel
afflicted for many years with the dis
ease which killed her.-Counoty eord.
One of the prisoners at th3 recent
term of court for Fairfield, tried for
stealing meat, after hearing a verdiet
of not guilty in his case, said that le
was much obliged to the jury for the
verdict, and that he took the meat but
would not do so any more. The evi
dence against him was very slight.
The Chesterfield Adcertier says:
"Mrs. Patsy Nelson, of Cole Hill
Township, is 107 years old. She
reared 12 children, has 76 grand
chileD, 89 great grand children, and
thirty-seven children of the fourth
generation. She now is very ill and
is expected to live but a short while
To the Moro Tr=s:
The wife of Captain S. D. Pierson
died at her home in Salem on Maich
2nd. Her remains were interred in
the Presbyterian Cemetery at Midway
church last Thursday. Mrs. Piers.n
has been a great suirer for several
months past with dropsy. *
In the effort to make the Tn:s a
readable paper, words of encouraee
ment from friends are wonderfully
-cheering. We are glad to see that the
paper is being appreciated. A friend
writing to us on the 3rd instant, says:
"Allow me to congratulate you on the
continued improvement of the Tutsr.
I read everything in your paper even
the "ads." Your editorial on 'Moses'
The County Board of Equalization
held a meeting yesterday. The re
ports of the township boards were re
ceived and adopted with very little
change. The township boards have,
we learn from the County Auditor, in
creased the value of personal proper
ty several thousand dollars. The
county board raised the vake of rail
road property about $37,000. They
also assessed iron used on the tram
roads at $20 per ton.
The board will hold another meet
ing about three weeks hence to hear
any complaints that may be made of
A bright account of the marriage
of Miss Abbie Reams, of Bishmopvilla,
to Mr. George McDowell, of Spartan
burg, on the first instant, appears mn
the last Bishopville Enterprise. Among
the bridesmaids was Miss Ella Butler,
of Manning. Her appearance is thus
described : "Miss Ella Butler wvore a
lovely white nun's veiling, made with
pointed basque cut high in the neck,
trimmed with Orier-tal lace and bows
of cream brocaded satin ribbon, cas
cade on left side made of lace and
shirring, right side with panel of satin
and drapery of nun's veiling.
A gentleman informnd us last Mon
day that Northern capit alists were try
ing to buy up all the landsh in Sumter
and Clarendon counties along the line
of the proposed Sumter, Orangbu::g,
and Augusta connection of the Coast
.Line. This looks like there may be
some truth in the report that this
road will soon be built, notwithstand
ing the opinion of some wisacres that
it is only a bluff game that is being
played. However, we shall see what
we shall see in a short time.- Tin-s
Henry and Bacchus Richardson two
colored prisoners in jail for robberyV
escaped very mysteriously on the first
instant. At dinner of that day 31r.
Rowe, jailor, says he fed them, locked
their cells securely, hung the jail key
in his bed room mod went to his work
in the jail yard. About two hours af
ter, Mr. Rowe noticed the main door
of the jail opened and going to their
cell, found it unlocked, and his prio
oners gone with the jail hey. Jerry
Smothers another prisoner in the cell
-with the Richardsous was asleep
when Mr. Rowe rcturned. The jailor
is satisfied that the jail key was stuiln
and the prisoners turned out. A scr
vant on the place at the time was sus
"lie members if the anumina
Guard are wide aw-ke and zealously
VOr7iinm. to uniJ thiselves. Tl
Cenli in*,*-;,;(-,ill i e the compaiy
lmve received their cnasions, :id
their guins and accutrement arrie
front Colunibia last 2londy. The
Iemtib ers have a drill at every sparc
opportuni!y%, and aleady coid,,erabe
progress hWs becen nadc in thef
tactics. It will ccst abut o5t00 t)
nlfori th m a god port ion
of the som will be raised amo the
mnembrs. and a subs-ription list h1:as
: tted to Compiietc teanou.
ier propose' d to iave a fair,
and f'r this purnose the assistntIC ,I
the citizens of Manning is expected
They no soubt appreciate the value of
a militarv comnaxiv to the town. and
will res'ond wiLiiu'gy in aiding thc
young uten iI their of'ort.
There are a number of unmes on
the subscription list of the Thu-s tc
w-hom the imper has beeln regularly
sent for two years and longer, without
:nv compensation whatever. T'hese
Persos3 have been thus favored in
the Lope that they would conme up :wi
settie for their paper, but the indul
gence hts beeil wiout result, except
to our injury. Now the iecessities
of the office force the discontinuane
of any further gratuitous dJi siibutio:t
of the Timns. Therefore, notice is
fiven that unless we hear satisfaciai
-from those derelict subscribers be
tween this and the first of April next,
teir names will be dropped from our
Mailing list after that d:'e.
We endeavor to make the Tnrvz
wvorth the money asked for it. To do
this we are at a great expeuse of time
aud inoney, and we cannot afTord to
send the paper out for nothing.
This is not written to oiiend, but is a
imple statement o un-arshcd facts,
and we hope the fricms of the Tz:n
will see it in its proper light.
To the ManmunlI Times.
Two weeks ago we copied an article
from the Manning TLs unwr(
ocer) the caption of "A Timely Qaery.
One sentt nce in it was pretty badly
ixed up and a word was spelled
wrong; whereupon broth er Dinkins
concludes that the tyne setters and
proof readers of the Adrcuwe were on
The article in q uestion was vot
copied by us diref:/ from the Man
ing T.!ars but. we got it from an ex
chauge, which had taken it from the
J. I MS.
The article, as published by us, va
cera'til, i Vieratim, ' ser~ato, as we
"We noticed t' e mixedI condition of
the paragraph alluded to, and intend
ed to s1aig '. i out, but ovcrlookied
it somelhow. W e alw~ays try to be
ert careful,~ but accidents will hap
ennsome~tines in t best regulated
We do not remecmber having been
n a sp:ree &bout tht tirai, irothecr
Dihins. Th~os~ "other fellows" th:dt
irst copied your article must have
been the onesr. See?
Fragmentts from ~Foreston.
Foreston, March 7, 1887.
Datn Trans: At ani election held tn
the 2nd instant for Intendart and
Wardens of the town. The following
ticket was elected, viz: RI. R~. Hudgins,
[ntenut ; J. J. Bragdon, C. MI. Mason,
. A. Porter, and W. T. P. S3prott.
The Rahilroad Company is coniurnet
ing a splendid water tank in place of
ne recently burned.
The farnming interest seems to be in
ood condition. Oats are looking
Accidents' at Greeeville.
Gunnuma.iL, MIarch 4th, 1887.
While sitting on the track of the tran:
road of Mesars. Boyle & Hogan on the
2nd instant, MIr. .T. M. Strickkad was
struck by a wheel of the truck and so1
seriously injurc , that death ensued a
fw hours afterward. The p~ersons in
:barge of the engine did not know
that Mr. Strickland vwas on the track,
and when the sigznal was given to
cove the engine, it is supposed ihht
e did not hea~r it, being somewhat
Some time ago, Miessrs. W. C. Tut
ie and J. C. McQucen were out "bird
ig," and a load of shot from Mr. Tut
tle's gun struck a tree and glancing,.
struck Mr. McQueen in tte head and
body, but caused no serious injury.
J. M. lB.
FASi PLa4i FO THE F ARERI
R~epy: of B(epre'sent atire Tindd toI en*
om'u:ction'of sen..tor '. rumn, in ti
apns up o'ry candily~ to thei ).e th
proplted *is action 'n ti'" '-' 'n ta~
eriultural 1i.. . I ain.. '.a I uil. a er
h ps, hav secur'd heri.Lfo im'n
at a *Itl - 1.. :-.d. : . t pe *'. 1 -
uit '/Venf PRte senar- Id' fa
st~e. w ic 't ove una hta r:. . f:t r
not n . n uarlabl :-oopo ma
togt f ir i'aigtC h . r
sireto ef, r o ''fi Ia -('* n* . e
o rnng~ :ysl. f'r th iurtai n f P. -
4r)vh may) no t ecncidoila
opiio o Ih threlo.. frns w
appor a a M . T"ind-' to usemn , i
~ ~'j j I
v~a so-.zt t i ( y-c~pihd hn m
to a:-t ::n' -irr m v lat m t-- n a
thi lyl wss ntrdned. Itiwas too late tol
1 ' 1 n - b y :o I::, of
t -r. if at :,1I:'r, m - a t I in (il'
as::a t. -I s -1.] l'n m. Nr ' :t a II al .
a1 N-bl- 6 -
. '1. . 1- r i cn Id th -
tr I'''- 'n- --r n " tth bard
.1 ': :;- i , No r il-- i
-, o ln h .a i h <.jvct 4f tha
t - t c'
noo nd Laa'r. w -Lta iiu e -.::1
ri\- w I ' .\ a i : s A in
taxa' ADO to 1 a.- . 1~ ",,1 aLad
t" -a-ia. 1 .1 r(I
teetoftf fVO A ria A rsw W: vts nin :. Wo in
S r-nn 1 q 1 by the b"nd o: "1 fza
ria~ -: fl lr:-:d i .:: ":lv Iar-ia-' tO' "t 0 io"'n -
tn a rr t:b-- -"' ' *a'-v:i- rfp'ih faraas
nra I 4 rm ntl'. I ti c. 1 n . m .i.
wvr. at b:: p: o: a n h
ilt i-r t of *, m::: . I e
aI \ a atis rliwoedl aa ar
prnia t a1 a. irtaturklr unf i
' -0 brp a . b t : 1i
m nl L t a ii. : nk.
rup Cslutin I- i ". d ot en
the inte-:t st of Ih. fL ra ' h-:M I . i t.V"
wWt WiKs; . :An. intarucr ai reSoL A to
ia e .:a:. t: . .a.at .w
i w a as n ( p.. 'I. wl-:t 11n t h -na tr
ait-:eI htutht of Wns.f1: ot i-arod cin:
adn ai al a - '01 r~- i n Ir it rj
f. v -;, ,.adl au I Iot -ai . . ,
iz CLt:i a s at i 1.d fh - 1 '- ine
-ne :tI ve Utaflnt (o-Lf
1-eres tatlie. at'l a..'-' r l.n ane n
- :;''I.f W n a o S ity Ol- cont
*ee -tit~. in- d, tri: te wI -1 Itat1-1
a1' Wv n iai-nfant.ir bad a l t
siG a-.tti a .i"
w t-rl&a wouW- a-c it i La ur
agit.VnVoice , -:":I ino- "u not we " a
t \i '-a m on: " ' 4.-amut be. a reA
int end~l :o e, en!:::E tm- by br:I o
iat aL'- a' P 0"'" I "0 Citl't -attla'I
: itariultu,:e : :t OW A. 1rewr y An -
Cr eal :a .f' it - na I mIrI 1 aa
whpof ion--t eion h:ve te m
! U'vE *1d ''a - :tii . n e tti
-n..; lhas 0~~a. ib . armers~ a..at a 1-. 0 easa
i.a l t - r
He eIva ~ n C '.::w W, "vo-Lot~ .ie e tnet U
th re pA eah e f f ia(fa.
I tn t wena - d1 to . . n timrs hr,_(
ri ' . t l:t is :--. nat o : 'LlalIt in -or
! t-- rs 'a'ii ri. tsay aiumr e' i
I s a ia.- la - - 'i na uds wq s: a - Yo : so
ar vi c na tI any a- i ds re "f not -e -
:ot T-ap 15 it
a 'I-l , a lt sh 'h ataln l' 'V w: 'an be tu d
1 to fs nl Annu,:ly wiu bor o ni
e ataa.-- th u-.ti:a d -Ituh at c'aa. -
po.m f aaaii' -Lohns' HL a ;'t.a D.'
j NnO: D.i Wt ao . 1 : V :% t r.. Orm~en
i! a a. cfl rshal ! to have no p 8mo
; nitu. r ha-s. or n rvim d p~
e I1~-1s'er it. - 1::: eef i n- i . aud h n e - sa
nu is - i tltmaten-' o I"rs etaabibLy.
We l - switalm1 a) at liin peopl wae :r
moe e -e a'ai j1a:5 ltl nlaesti'au'a
tan' in t-'\ lataimatio a of~5a t " nlat. a, -t
-b-- wtat they or" tir 'neigir < a r
r h. o r r5 r 13' - I ano. -a a1jC- a%
I entur~aia a a' e iythingaa a i - t e G -
lr~aet. und ill iti'us of anyon wa
n~-e -- a - w t-' ayo -his vaeiews of-ut -
a a ta ,a thjhh- n r ad n.
a :'la aa - t lae G lten.man. H~ i':: t S''iah- -
s 3 a -t iga :a'ti::t G ven S ! C
ia lls: h at s.te o:r~et a
r'nbin ala-il ' of\' 19 - u ji w . ha ,
hv apree-ssof wt anu ain . u le id
-' . frla . 'and dva ted l'te ma
* nd " a indep l n n- - of ' Csaa." a''at. :a
::-aga e-. 1 a r~ e --n \ u:a~ c~ ~ e ?
Wh~ a rT~e uetre a - a-tad a-al-I -
it:0:~. r lr '. vtara:. a ~ .i lgn I a p o
p 'i ! I' - -aem -' the Se atr wit sei
convic atio~.tra t -'wa a avrnn) i
elsa or Yia' a an u ' a i th.:V "s .:ti -
fac tor resu.'lsLIoa farI to Lina.a-n. x
'ne and ta-a tis Iueass.''I'aaal Q
b'-:en in hi ant'a pa, -n ei 1'' ah foa'
- - -, ,
n : Lp hv e itr.:s in~.ye tarje-a -
a o e ve-a'' I a:, ihiath -m . I t I ta -a r
atnr. ITt -r''a a n tbc ai
orv. Theyneueti t t Lt i ta-:.te c ot I -ata
ta' a :n ilve o. l iu' a-'" "aE* -
fu ig so ti :tir , a.in---- a my -iile X p.
ion. s ia num. t~~al ''er: ne t- - con-t
el~onYa -e I a h- i anI'
r: it-IL l nurIn- sasnc-'aya
fat. * ot "' a u:0 .- ta-.1 i ,a- pse n
ibu - '-. (nd am ie tai;ay upseta n
avoutoni ol m tiod i'a agieira
I: n-e st-ysa to the tGo -ernment jtit a
t ~il '-'tn'. iv - a-i t a :a w 11at ~r
a Pew eeg ih n C o a 1tin athe
\1,11 flar-in e' -den
t I . - alwa " : :2 a -
w ;dmi i4' --agriWi-ur. e :to ::n,-a- .
r lortS i t att l l:a aia;ta vert e n1 t'~t de n 'a
:lr .a o :o- ' i -e ae p--i- -ea
ja U I w--r' orait PIn a reuco o . :er
For a ::, wor c-, use nloi..s
prus2:--. rice, 25P cnts,. -
A p t : - n fir-warde to I . -
ingt n .sir fr1 a p, t in, to h)
m':l if . cn the mIII
L'iew e e::.. : -n I. niis fr-~ a' :
. n r 1. u1; 1 mn I -...
Lyt~ttri - i og. lhs uei tre
m f a on.
M . .c A.A.e .o r.o ,hs n
It A -- 'VIt ) 31
1r'it'' the .r~d
n eia:: :::,1 mi e * .:(s :md er
rt1.- 0.'..jI r' . e ar w. the
-d1Oi dc :. plant sil-a's tai. i
:n .r wfrno lire. .A
Er - - 1 >1s. 00 n:: talrrth ~ i lesdv
un af,-w :-tie-s f lgt ti- an to ' belfam
,!d b iswr by eli
C \T A--", T'~RE. healk h -nd se
; T PLAIN.
S-nr Laver !Zl ehgiior will rid you
D l nt r retur, and iS a co
11 .at!rid pi'on -yct
S n' n and cloi;e. Tr
:+ u b ax...s.ed at the good
r of . r r
p b nc&Co.
t -n r
: bis --a by
S, . Y. Itv
-. . - n .pi -m th
. "- . Novel
:1 7 a c)our fitia
"I hae cd Simmons Itver
Regmniat-:- for many years, hay
inz mrdm It my oniy Family
di y a-other beforo
2nc -as ve-y partial to it. 1" is
a sam," god and i.:llable medi
ciny- i-r vn disonder of the
sym:c-n. and ii ::sed In tine is
a .;-ret rvent.;'c of sicl::es..
I o:ten rm--" -mand it to my
frinds an chll ontinue to
<.o so. - -.rms
"PartorM. E.hc" '- , So.FairfloldVa."
TIs!E A.'W 2v'35' B1!.3 SliVED by
anrcayn :cepam; Sbmmons Licer
flegulata- in the house.
"I hae found Simmons ILiver
Reznintor the het family: me
le: I ever uced for anythIng
that mayx hoeen, liave undC it
in Indtig-sto-n Conlic, Diarrhaea,
.ra'oue., and found it to re
1:eve im:ru'-dimely-. After eat
lng a hearty surper, if. on going
to bed, I ::ake about a teaspoon
fal, I neveor feel the eccts of
the sunper eaten.
"OVID G4. SP.ARKS,
'--Ma':or Macon, Ga."
O20NLiY G E NU IN E6E
Has our Z Stamap on front of Wrapper.
J. H. Zeilin & Co., Sole Propriaton,
Price, St.30. PHlLADELPflIA, PA.
STATE OF SOfTHT (CAOLINA,
Cot-:rrr or CLAINPoN.
Court of liomuon Picay.
Samuel C. C. Ric-hardeen,
faius E. Scott, E:'.-1i--th B. Scott. Leila~ W.
Scot:, an.1 Maria E. Scott.
(r'1ofr <|Jan; -- s:' a .,.c:RIse .Jfr!
'N OP2ENEfi TOI AN ORDETi or
Athis: cout in ai~v . int owe I will st-ll
before the 0urt li: ;-d in Manning.
within the i,.gid mr of sale en Monday
tt 4th <ay of Apil ;..t, to the highest
ilear far ea>... ei...ing ;.rol'erty, to
"One lot o inn i' th- town of :Ma:.ning,
on ]Keitt Street-p' :.n r rmnd as flos
North by- Kcit' S-t n teS. intLhr lot of
vr~gr 'oteh '1i ' Merrl's, West
by W:InD: ~e: anai containing
one an. se-a--ll::ht- - res, nore~~ or l-Ss.
Pa rcha-cr to yfrip .
(hri un.-'.a Cunt;.
J. & P.COATS'
SIX-CORD SPOOL COTTON
uGlen Gram Whryaiske
IHEIPURE PlIODI-CT C T HE CH0ICEST GTAIN, CAREF LLLY
sch tedfreh fom heharest :al d l by r - ipoved process.
Rich and Naturd Grain Five:wr. Grig.t C and Smooth, RelisLSoile TVas'e,
inl pirfectiou. WhuLoleson1e as1 a bv ae effectual as a toic in
aAlliblc -,s a Iestorative, anda pecrlcs for Family use; always uniform at the
standard of excdence.
3o. 0 EOAST 78 rr S-REET,
NEW YORLK, Ocrorn rt, 1tiS6.
I%. A. SINCLAII. ir.--Dear Sir-T answer to your note of this date,
inme what linor is best for vour use. I would say that I now recow
:eid the "(4LDEN G AIN NHiiEY." to all of oy patients. I have
fully t(sfeI it. md kwnow it to be perfectly pure, of tine flavur, and altogether
supecior to muy other branmd that I havu met witi.
Yours truly, J. R. LANE, . D.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
S. WOLKOVSKIE, Agt.
MLANNNING, S. C.
'The Fie;st Liquors, Segars, nd Tobacco, Dispensed at
TH1E M ANNIN( SA LOON, al Clmarle.43i Priee-s.
GROCERIES! GRC3a:33 GROCEERES!
.ZAt thaeZ Lowesa!t Pr12ice.
Candies and Confectioneries.
Pa=1a an~ci P UXLM.
Ldies' and Misses' MILLINERY GOODS in
Mrs. ) ds ISTHE PLACE!
Venable 's Yl leans.
--Made fliet Old .
M E L ~~L H'~e TIB ACCO
1 Every Plhur Guarateed to Vlease. or~ Moneyl( w ilbe Rie
fanided. For sal e bx IviO~ses ...37i.
WTH UTT HLE;A
ici letorn t n_, an.1 w
il .-n * yon fr- .. >:ne
1 . - -I
w 9 yo n 'omu - ih wrt :an
.109he~~ wor nr& IivI at 2o. ihe -x
allges So thig nw tat j if en -ins s
etn2d T Mne of.
in m hm a er . Tho
fun;.v . F:.n &IIre.- Alr:sT:
Feo . 2., 2.87.e
Fk . N W il so
MNIG 7. C t7t
se:::w;i::- -:- .nmel::yu =; - --. -
at w a S TSAGE MAB~ AND 009PGHTS
i f' ~ ( ar. *1I C~flObtian ed. a aI othe-r 1m1sjfineS in thei L.
a 1 \VL * 4 i'~. i~~' '~ . et Orlice atte~nded to for M.'bE1;
fl'C'tV "~' i 'a' L~ e il * ~ Sen: - :JnD' L (i '? Aj. U750. We ad
capta.n~ r. d~~ a (~1 v 4 a s to patnbility free of char: ;an
no' n a .~ ofat.*.a. 1a'~ v:04 make ' (1].-11" E USLESS W E (OB
m ' -Tla:- to ti'o Postmastor, thle Snpt.
nru '.o...i.n v Order iv .t. ndt'o o. tici o tio
__________. 1 '.'.tet O:ee For ciruirr. advi~e,
teu::1 referencs Ui actnal clierlts ir.
vour own St::'e or Connty, write to
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
~NS~ACI*A~?NT Caa.Oppoienet Oieic, Washington,D. C
MANNNGS. tG. A LLENI UGGINS, JR.,
Dec17 1l:Tm SUrGEox,
qWrar Offico on Street South of Court
~~ ~ianinfg, S. C.
Ta The Foin: ci dii Anay 10,______________
I am the Agent for the Cel- I S.WLSN
ebratetIl~e n onelra a
R~ETOTXING HEAD .Z*
PR A TT GIN.&IUGLS
*IAttomey andh o Couerat Lawe
93 2 Manning, S. C.
p. . | fncer Southlc Couth Ise.___
,~ , .. .
fom the in.-t ri- anduwillobeat Law
t~ he actor PrcS I -i.b
o' ine adn :e of puebsrst'ed
to bu u. * ea? ler: hw t
Feb. 1s0.I 1 t10th 'ix87.C).
Mannia yn S. C.et ~ f
.5 -No ar Pblc# vthsel
J.it t ( E.~ SCOTTS~n
AttorneyI an CounslloatLw
ann ig, s.' ca.
W.F H ~awrm anaZS
S. R. 31A RSH ALL & CO.,
e fHARDWARE MERCHAIYT'.
139 3:r,, STTIr, Charleston, S, .
Sole Agents For
STAR~KE'S DIXIE PLAUCGHS,
WA TIT PLOUVGHS
AVERY & soN'S PLOUC 'a
DOW LAW COTTON PLANTER
AND GUANO DISTRIMUTO'- S.
Iron Ag Harrows and Cutivators, Bonda14
Pioneh Stock, Washurne & Moeufo
Galvaniz1 Fenc'e Wire, Cham
pion Yowers and ieapers,
WATSON'S TURPENTINE TOO!$
Manuwtured in Fayetteville, N. C. 1:1-7
Tool "bsolntcly 1:arranted and
if broken will be
Also Deailers In
Hoop Iran. Horsa and )Inle Shoes, V
and Tinware'. Coopers too!s, Miuer
Toils, Cutlery, Guns and Spurt
Prices made on application.
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 3
MJeeting street, Charleston, S. (.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Forei
and Domestic Chemicals, Glasswwz.
spices, Brushes, Esseiitial Oils, '
ieal Instruments, Perfumery, Fan
3ood0, SHOW CASES, of all size
and all al ticles usually found in
First-'l ass Drug House. Prices l<-.
Quick sales and sin:dl profits.
Isaac M. Loryea
LOUIS COHEN & CO;
Dry and Fancy Go s
2.2 King Street,..........Charleston, S. e
Any orLers intrutia to me, will rece.
my hest personal attention. Prices az.L
admples e-rfm- s'ert on a,lirstion.
ISAAC 3L LORYEA.
GRAND, UPRIGHT, & SQUARLe
Tone and Durability.
1885-New Orleans Expositiot-Two Go
M1dals for Upright and Sqdare.
1831- Bo.-ton (3Ms-~.) ExpoitionFr
Prize for Sqnare Grand.
87-Paris Expozition-For Square aI'
it876-Philelphia Centennial-For Squarep
Upright and Grand.
And also over
200 FIST PREMIUMS
at State and Couty Fairs.
I Iave the cndorsement of over 100 differetf
Coieges and Schools as to their dubilitye
A large assorttnent of SEco-ND-HnA.&D P.i-'
)s ilwavs on hand. General wholesao/
a:.en t-, for Palace, New EngLand and Bur,
Pianos an:l Organs sold on easy monthly
Pie.os taken in exchange, also Thorou' -
lv retai red. Sa-nd for Illustrated Piano o,
9 N. Liberty Street,
IS OF PRE FIRST IMPOTAC?
In erder' to purchase DRUo~s
and Shn~~ of the utmost
P RITYrx and STRmNGTH go to the
Oldh and Popular store of
D0U6 ST8 AND APOTHECABIE8
Drugs, Medicines, and.
Fancy(" andt Ticlet Articles,
Per' laer. Statioey
Paints, il.and Glass..
P.u ent Medicines,
Fire Cigars and
Gardi and Fl0weSeed065.
Jus't received!I "ZZ" Cigar'.
The BESZT 5 cents Cigars in
Also Duke Cigarettes.
Our stock of Patent Medi;
eines S 1now complnete in every
We keen a largec stock oftthe
WAMON D DYES
Mr Physicians prescriptions car''
fully compounided by dayv or Dight.
J. G. DiiY~5TS & CO
. (; vers ' c cigo age since' the 1934
ki.n . .:41: " ra d to attend to othic
S. P. IIOLLADAY,
C, i-.- I.'> V. are.7 Panioi.I S. C.