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THE M!AING TflIZ]
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, i887.
I. S. DINKINS, Editor. r
The prohibition law, of Maine, has
received a rude and unexpected set
back by one Michel Burns, of Augusta,
Me., who brought to that city from
Liverpool, a large invoice of foreign
distilled liquors which he is dealig A
out promiscuously. Burns bases his
conduct on the polity of the . ited .
'States government, which protects:
all persons importing liquors frow
foreign countries from prosecution',C
under any State prohibitory law for
selling such goods in the origin'
unbroken package. The liquors, ()l
sisting of Irish whiskey, and Jaia
rum, reached Augusta by way of the,;
Portland Custom House. They wer
hauled through the streets on carts
before the staiing eyes of police and
citizens. Burns has his storspaked
with the goods. They are piled up in.
his waidows before the admiring gaze
of all opoents of the proliibitory
law. --ley all being retailed at low
prices within easy rea:>h of the puir
chasing public. Everybody is sur
prised at the affair, and all the lawyers
in the town have been employe t t'
look up the law on the s:ue of import
ed liquors in their original packages.
The City of the Sand Hill1.
FrLroN, June 13, 1887.
*'Summer to the earth's richest wcalth
Thou Cross of the year.'
June! Beautiful, bappy June, rob
ed in all thy enchanted splendor,
beautified with thine own precious:
jewels-"the flowers which bloom in
June," and, above all, the "feast oi
roses"-the beautiful and proud Qaeeri
of Flowers! Who can envy the lo ely
dwellers of the famed vale of CasX
mere, so beautiful is ever. garden
with these lovely treasures of Jun,.
*hich kissed by the gentle zephyr,
generously commit their fragrance to
the heraldry of the air, and from the
leafy'eloisters finds an accordig an
swer in the birds' musical peans of
praise.to the luscious odors of June
time.. Why attempt "to paint the lil
1y and gild refined gold?'-for to thee
thou voluptuous Queen of months
cloth our orisons arise, in our coven
-pardon us gentle reader, for this
time attempting to mingle the pon
ianeous gushings of our heart with:
ie beautiful and sublime, and believe.
that should we meet you again, we
will be neither forgetful of our faults,
nor ungrateful for your indulgence. t
- The heart of the citizen of classie I
Fulton, pulsates with emotions of l
A dde, for verily the "bun" hath perch-;
*-d on her (Fulton's) patrician ensign.
and her beautiful hills and fertile
aueadows will soon be traversed by
~he Manchester and Augusta Rauiroad
Mr.iJ. H. Hardin, of Cheraw, has1 b
awaruded the contract, wherewitha t'dhe
embryo railroad builders of Futon,
bloweth muchly, prayeth hardly for a
job, andgetteth "left" badly.
bfr. Colin C. Manning, has decided
to adopt Law as his profession, and
has gone to Sumter to study under
~T. F; 2. Haynsworth, Esq.
The Misses Cantey, whose presence
added -such charm to society in the
an~?d EHl," have returned to Camn
doggu~ch to the sorron of "ye' lights
ot Fulton town, sir."
K.John Canty, of Camden has -
so reurned home, doubtless carryin'
with him some very pleasant remem '
Mrs. D. R. Williams is visiting' her
father, Governor Manning.
-"Fnllimany a shot at randomhint
ids mark the archer lttle memC
1i certainly exemplified when' somie
persons imagined niy com nents~ cou
tained in an article to the .m2. un
der date April 18th, as appl- ina t
Themselves. Why they should come~
to this conclusion, I can't conceive
unless it was the remorseful pangs of
a'guiltfy conscience,-a quldity ~ whih
bitherto- I 'ave considered some peo
ple as devoid of, as theyr are of brains.
Truly "the wicked fleeth when no
man pm-sueth." I have deemed cer
tain belligerent gentlemnen(?) anda their.
malignant statements as ui worthy of
the distinction of my notice. but fr-om
reent misrepresentations, I wu ld 1e
*doing violence to my scnse of j- stie
to others, did I permit certaiin state
inents to pass unrefuted. It ha s been
ssertgd by my criticisers, who hav e
about as much conception of the cor
rect definition of Fnglish diction, as a
peckaninry on the banks <f the Congo
has of the philosophy expoundQed iu
the Novum organum, that my l-m .
guage was designed to reflect upon,
and impugn a Trial Justice anao his. a
constable, and Mr. E. P. Geddings.
-This is utterly false; these three gen-:
tiemen are too highly esteemed to re- e
quire any encomiunm at my Lands i
The spasmo dic flutterrings of ar few
badly wounded scavengers, is a matter
of no consequence to me. I hope that1
I can claim with truth and becomiin
ing modesty that my naume and char
-acter are enthroned upon an emnec
too high to be tarnished by th e cal
umnious mud perpetually spewted up
from the filthy depths of certa-in gn
grene cesspools of eff'ete huaxnity.
Whenever my expressions chanr-e to.
be a successful diagnosis of nmy fellow
citizens' foibles, the danmnation will
rest upon themi, and not upon
There was an Ic'-ecam Festival
at Harvins Depot last Friday eveuing,
for the benefit of the Methodis't churchi
at that place. $10.75 was reaized.
The crops in this vieiuittsaeln
and promise an abundant yield.
Mr. J. A.3AnClare, superiVtenden
of Messrs, Lukens & heifs-y''
he Central h. x' Coll
ect 1-is 'Will Ou the
;'r. 1). 3 1a 1,1
upfinia atiu' I 1 .,
Y\ ". xi 1.) u' tS b L(Y e I:_( ..
MV o 70 -n tl? 0 C-, 0LiCt>
1,130 bal pl!c on -it'
At i 1.12t iso be.
t %::. i-sue, of Iife ain I Jcait1.
('C L_ ".- L .;uc' tv WA1 illI
ne Pao',ivx'J an v I Ic ok
-~dILktat DI"Iriz; ~eW oil il~e
M~uo ne of 'he San- *MvII r'
advy to eniba"ik .". canccs xxtcl ithadv.
een provikied aud~ sentI. t 1~' k) ' tI Ac
ar:v tiicin' to Ur''cu' .t !W
n xvater, to i? ' L n 1 LL 'iRT1
niet of. a'2v us,~ Nvlz Ii ,t.'Cc.
f t~e ii~ou ' ' ' ' e ci Il rt..
rein somne msforivm-, iii'gzlt consgu
s to a waterv grave. 0--m ri-,t Nva
Eifi navigator, so wec tided exvni
ie oal rLS 0. fle d('INj wk.-'1 110 loss
4 f ic. On ianvu;nu:. thc coniaiitto
m transnor!itiji D)r. NeULLV ial
. B. 'Wax-, fo.? oter were7 W017 Mwa*:t1 tn,
clv to Carrv Ius ti crlrs. A. -A
;ei!, Llle nonorca L.o: L k
1 1 11 .1
[; 3 1 st cor d "'he 1i. i . ii'IS wereVC
'0(1CCdto the s~c)". m's IfIl of
I ,szrs. I 41'a ill S.- ..Ai- U II I it..r 1 L0i
oposited their 'Oarpa~ an I aftera
01land refno.-i'in- ',)tit ra~ 1- r "I*'
:Ia ux..tio is diin.. r r oveib thr
lo 1Ir -i = ].n taiklc
id'.:d to ove:"fi o*x: wvl abunldaulc'.
N t v-s ,I gr ni1t.~~ wac b-.
he la~is L"O xW10 Wei ~ t' uk is (IUc
Ileronr of enrUOe-.4 praluse.
Ait '3 o'loc k, bojtljhis dressed in~
mi' 0111 T11I S:.n,0es wore nosit
ud0 xvhiLtc panlt.s, ca" s and breasi~t
A. A1I It
.atC it, s. n'e ai- [I? C'.OS x
e I c t t r 1. A hule wa~ts fornw.d oli
..e railro-LI trC Pt III Coler ix
roi. whlje 1k*0n .~ vsII. vi ,(.
3~i~~ formed" in th~rear :o-jmac
( t" the Adiam-311l neid. I; xwas 1,0,
ha first tune flhese clubs hatl mt&
D fle bat wi'hdl a UI. d"'ito vin.
'e crz1xie eN C ~ .VI
o.nts.CE1d by bo'"I vi z resxuit.
a IP'unll in1 victory f~ the Santec.:
T h2L a-ias tiic-r l-a ll .
., 11. ~ i - r._-1 ,i "- ;"+ 1.vnr;z I n;"f*
to !. I. :: : ~ e n u.- mt:b
-in t a V ' I . . t, 1.! to
e m:3.2:e..n~ni to.- [ i - b ::fns. will nolt
know how -x ); to c the ".j in aceount o
e~~~ rii : v-i~ n :1r 1 ::tie '::
The nabiityof t! h lr to exmvh t t~
Irs uv rebe charged to th5se two -olr
xCcor'i to your v:,vz, and not to a jur
Ar w in: to pt ti inability to con
(ie off on the'jry? Can it p -sily b
1 '"' c: ven e-oie p1r:Ins Cua
" 'rinry 'yst No: these ari ors
: if ee :u.- co::et '1 fro'n ll sitoniis of
h * e''y vic tei'irime Xv:aXpep
. v 'ail to convict. afti r har
e,- the vi nc 'r:.-:nJ con. th leilv rea
:-e 1:i u we have is tha thI par
*.''1" hv' e-laimd -'as an old iiser
':i jur, "-r. iG tino' man foreknoWs
Whletherei enn necaed so:ti
W -rT C InI r'.iz- : it is iI t'w -
t r. I "Jhi;n!k it is vev:Alvi'ablo :4n t!Ai;
prteo cs otv 'n0' a-lo n, tr
we n r ne tov ~ts ory
In-: o erem..ing 'ei ' in ctn
ty :-:u - n ..our'or z in p.r dn:..oth
p .i ur toey-i 'l to I1C
lit I it-. iLis'"s no: a rt at
e in it w l :. t i,) by it:1 -l, ac
em: > a milee~sts 1 topa onsthLe in
debtdnese f or C'ounty. Mte cvmi -t
int in s : itii'g ibnit, we
:.: b: .a t" "se how -v- can
.'rn.t mre i' r under the tm atn
.'-nit oip " 'M'. Wi-enw have 6it -
'e ch , as ars '- can to a.lva
eAI wi u : ouir ir:a-ua srp:
I I il u n edu'ating t
''''c:: f e-'r cnty' ''rid in .-> ay ,
;di :11m1 ' to entIe tat we . i1 no
yv u lor :' Folielt'r, f-jr to Irevent
e i vou n O.i i iicate the einsc a'.
Si1tt iprov. eWhn w:
o --n rid of f.it remi as of G.-neral
r v'a wout iii like to have sonie ran.
rd L - akoft a onihtpen,
e-scre~nf,-~ivletc, ut mu~ch to our ch.
'i' tI ' seemt' in the distatit future. Some
.' -mz- ynnt foli:s have gon up to the exs
ni'Ig.xe~rc-ses ef Suuter insti:.ute.
Our Washngton Leitar.
[Fro 0ur Ow-n Coirespondenft.]
W smi:Nc-rx. D. C., June 9, 1837,
Washinetoi is left :done imon Oi the beau
V of It. ngy ci tX.ted "arks. Tie Ni
n lD.-ll is LOW ;, thin-;: 0'* the IaS:, ::'! (
Ierv ad drem it ii far.d iinancia:y; a
r'nthat wiu" assum-e a;~Inu real::y
h'n tue proiiters of th t 'air hav to
miko good t!''. . tport, d de icit of :-)i),0G0.
there i ; no uiithent-c sta.-mot of tLe
enses v p 'inde it is not yet
sibl I b;ce ba" n all the t m of ( x
:nsa'., and a b tt i 1o ing 11ay.1 V b\ e i -' I
.Of it: irili it , tlere can bt a'
n'esai >n of 'ts success. In point of num
'' '"ny mr ca.'-''d [1 .ve been accoumo
- a tetiicd. mitch a vast area :s
''oion' 'allote to thie cam). ;and so
-lea spt-- as the drill '-round Xwoulid LI::'e
i.'"ir d'taree Iie the iuber of' men
v:a. r.-.d to ave !i it. and as tue
pI :. tas ier. ma.de~M fir a great ntubder
>p. ~antses iave ben pr jopotinly?
ret. the i. comm'v e are' cat of lcet~
- -r''- il the Tob to 4 Cctet hare had thei'
ist ;'ndt b'ticr isappitrinl t :xssii:IgA byo
;ber 1rillian recentimon 'it laome, ani th~e
two l:oec comp:li'e'ic, tie a hings-:.
Y ihnatry t'e '-heI Nat'iin'd 0'' e<, art.
'I--cdi' fr.-er itti'r les, anid-so"end' hth
rIi h 'pl :n st ' eC niC"nyOtings no
.A li'ans ani .ii .1 ,-trs' has been bil
t. rs- over seven.'7 handred meiis.Al of
ttemJ art pri Iaesenlt ait this ioniti hzow
ev-, b't "'r.'rsentatives froma all pairts of
the 1 Unionl are. On Wudniesay~ ena niing
tICe' were given a recep:ion at the beatrtifual
r.-idence of ex-Cenm'rassc'ner Dent. Thiis
so"se is onl of the: k~atliIsotest in the city
ian regard to view and situation: it is um:
aaubidi y taone' of the tinest in tin' District
of tolu'imilta On Get.orgetowvn Heights, in a
'""ik titnle" old ott.t ree, the brioad house
:-e -.ith ini '.\nran- ('"'uses. The rec-ep
ti,-n wai i'- ' ' y 'ttene by''I miimy prou-l
net; p.:rs 'I, rzdntiln X'lsitors5, anti
. 'Cie 'ei1.'pInying 'theml, muit- t;ake awa'y
\1 s'.dn;.;Ion, - inIe ay vais:'or he.re duir
pi'jr' to h -a'nfo iif itihe otic of ~'Tip'ur
t 1nu, ic 'cttly Th I' aI'ltilt.' Ilan
.\Is itTal --L ' ;a l (ne. and1'ji silvehrd Ctr!
stacktine v1-., t i anth iii-iinXatter. If
("'5'i'5tn i t~n lt cii ile to~inX'the ma il -
.-.' < I a law to 'Xureb.,Il-' atwo :n It' o l
v""er f tuit lt iah i (-t52,' scitalril
tvme. ears: coct-1 ~nd -stihiflie cout taet
- tinse. Ea' at tht-d bliirts'ih p -xt'
aXund, ani i' ied0 in a-m Ipar"e ba '. e
bAs are."assed' onettt by one d'own"'ia lie Lofi
X".m''lliX'l to- vetit 'acc odn toIth
ano"'t.h-, e 'tn -b '" i we.ilhed lI' the Il pre inI
atne' ': ift. conitt 1. Pndile 0upd( a alli
I'''lta that h0v t~''a be'bnie upit' byg maon
tues bag of eta 'ian csome:iea of tm
monitude o "h >ujc may bel mac e
an i braht-P r- prciencl linept.n
i t ? e wii ikt s ti ' W i gton
thit wias' dem to 'ive ir 1-::ard
Sr ot ti S. .,s w o -n o.
D\ p.psIa atndl 1 ver c(omplainlt are~i the
ucses of een e--IV, 'er ct'. of uclh
maoli-ueS, a (.1.i O'usns: Indiaton
Sirckv Hedl~iU~, -in:-, ~t nervou
Prostrain lie it1 the'vL Hnd,
i'li:inofth h r.an ohr
fuleffct.r( Smle bvttes 10 cets.
Cotmor "i.matd d iV mer:.
see fCor m oe 1 Ri".llCA em
oLe of Claredti's oki'st, a"nd Lost
com".Ipaniies, beig organize.1.,ryi
18i, bV tre .a:e ad ia
Bro n . Iuts first Cz"aplin,
whose influence with tne Adjutan.t and 1J
ter ihm the;.3 com.paniyw n: d.)
secu'.d for it the \\ inchiestere.
Boing, threfore, 1 t ) Ccompsd of th s
be s matori i t c V) ',U. d
w.th the st r:1'v in oihe 4::e,Zorg
ize alld cnnuacded for var x. rs
by ihon ts oeaer, an i at ai when
bre men werein oeman( , ceraiuly
gives it rceoace over- anys other
company J:n tecut.Ti na
avs nith ,thoeir ieeo ts .ip
ptaby the lampt .1on LigV..:t i ra
Aid nmore to tore Clarendon
fromi r:.dia oiain n~Gta l
tle i unireicuee of he Cut
diase .Uokre Cain ianig ipro-a
motion t> CtheL tesconomy tiot
been ret nctivCaptained b.-. Ja:s.
We. WAeksi. J110u. C. aidad '
Li*'- 1-ll othecr military Crgani~za
tionsin tiuis sopeace, it hs uring
':C busy seison o t the y ah
armerhs pt on lesarc Symptoms,
but whenevr th bugle blast for re
iew, or duty Ofany kind was soumnd
*d, during its life of twelve years. b
t ay, June, orD
bers h1v'rave sneaionst bt a man.
While- be'gevi.:-wed on theC Cour
H~ouse square in anig inl May
1882, (of il monts to faroer, nd
,arm sptok the mist pressing). by that
lamnen oi , and tha boved o b sdir
enera (Mannia ul, he Said : "In re
viewin : th Is spring, ih- troops of the
4t , I.m ohe unas to tie sea
board. i'ie Connor 3Manited Rife
.n' h1 Ls to day, ats a comny', given
)e the best turn om." A majority of
its I un m'>es lived 12 or: 15 mUiles froml
The company has b.een f^-)r mnany
:tCrs sid:ll inned of a uiniform.
riends of the comany. made profeors,
m1, charitab~le sugg-,_es fions, bat a m a
rity of its members said "no, ve
vo pe to wait, and tr. to uni
arm osl. than bc clote. d b
01Ch 'it . '~ k o ig +I)
THey, thcsor, passed in view,
before iaeral Manialt year afterI
i cositucmaliked "Jos;enp's coat
!f amv colors," and as the heartl of
he isi pastor is touhied by
:Ove tne &yta an the'I s'iCt of the
,crl cla.e11- mb of his flock Wof
umhtemre to ress in "prple and
in:iissioied otu::.ted by the love Of
wails .-fnorollarun ebiatrou bati
iuli Wmld apCaane f hi glln
nov\erty and dton toi uy
very kintily porrye their :uraamf
Dragben es t14 pOe ''her.ty putience.
year to~~l ye, by1 the Lelaft art
now iie hds C. ijne i3 A, of
-J.y&il P.eful C OATSatai
I Imga 3t ~infor Gnerl n
ham,~ ar:ci the) publit, thatt of ri'view
ixtiS. 5r heCno Mcted
Paeks e. . C. ue13 87
J.&rc' P.:JCOA~S~~ atL5
WIholesatde (rocnrs and
159 EAST BAY,
C:1LUmLESTON, S. C.
Direct Importcrs of Ales, Porters,
,ines, and Braudies.
85 & 187 Meeting Street, and 117
CHARLESTON, S. C.
nite attention to the following
Cut Loaf Sugar 12 lbs. for Sl.
Grann'-htted, Sugaur.~15 , .*--r s1.
SotiF.ners"' ar i1 lbs. for SI.
Whit Ex.C. Sgar.17 ls. for $1.
i ih't Lrowni 'ugar. 19 lbs. for St.
G".1 Brovn Sugar, 20 lbs for $1.
6 Tromato- 9:) ets. a doz.
:I. LOtds, S1.10 a doz.
Goo( rS1 fo ir aL box7 of '0.
T Are re bt a few of the many attract
ris we are onstantly otkring, and hou-c
eep'es w o id it greatly to their advan
et se~nd' i--r a opy of our Monthly Price
.ist, an cn. u it always.
No charge for p::eking or drayage.
TIDHOM.\, JR. J. M. THOMAS.
Steplien Tomas, Jr., & Bro.
lewelry, Silver and
pectacles, Eya Glasses, and
g Watches and Jewelry repaired
>y expert workmen.
273 KiNG ST.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. O'Neil & Sons,
33 HAYNE S-Tr.F.ET. . . CHARLESTON, S. C.
Wholesale Dealers in
Boots alld Sloe,
TlrlkiCs. Satchels. &c.
Goods recvived by every Ftettamer suitable
or the interior trade. A1l the latest styles
:onstantiv itn stock, at tie lowest prices and
in crommod ating terms.
Jan. 12, 87 ly.
157 and 169 East Bay,
CjAr.ALESTON, S. C.
Jan. 12. 87 l.
it astonishingly low
We are selling our Fertilizer at the follow
ing low prie.-:
Wilcox. Gibbs & Co. Manipulated Guano.
Ds' than 10 tons. per ton, S626.00. Ten tons
r.1 u pward. S2:1 it.
Wilcox, Gib's &S Co. Muperpho'.phaita, les
hthn 11) tons, per ton'. S.59. T en tois and
Excellent Georgtia Stanxd ta Guano, less
:han 10 tons, per ton. 5:4.00U. Ten tons
tnd pwards, per ton, $21.50).
:N Delivered to Rlailroad or Steamboat
it'Carleston. free of drayage.
English A cid Phosphiate,
Nitrate of Soda.
Nova Scotia Land Plas
Cottoln ' SeerMal.
md Fertilizer supplies generally; All
best quality, at lowest market prcs
Con~mmiieate with us before buy
TH WiL(CX & GiBBS GUANiO CO,d
1) Eat3 U (y Chretn, . C.
Wmf. Shper & Co.,
2:32 MEETING ST..
Tinwares, House Furnishing
ocacs, Potware, Kitchen and Stove
W~~'end for Pice List and Cireu
J. C. H. Claussen & Co.,
Steam Bakery and: candy FacicrY,
CH AR LESTOXR S. C.
THE NEW SALOON!
le-Leaio.i ee-Soda Water.
THIS W AY, COME UP,
F 1ACY DRINX, AN) REFRESHING DRINKS.
TrAEoE rT STRFAIrrT?
Fresh and Choicest WINES, LIQUORS, B
DIES etc. 3
LAGER BEER DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY.
Benedictine and Medicated Nectar Whiskies,
[tie finest grade of Whiskies on the Market, kept in stock.
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.
4;-Repairs <xeculed with prennpfne.s and Dispatch. &ndfor price lists.
East Bay, Cor, Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
pgrJf vou need any Clothing. Furnishing Goods, or Hats,
send your orders to
F A LIXKs & CO.,
FA KiN;SR-, OPPOSITE sn
KING STRErr,Oror KSL
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 EAST BAT, CHARLESTON S. C:
F. J. PELZER, President. F. S. RODGERS, Treasurer
Atlantic Phosphate Company,
of Charleston, S. C.
Sta C13.arcl.. "F'ertilizers and Importers of
Pelzer, Rod;gers & Co.,
RON'S WHARF. - - - CAnLFSTON, S. C.
Mn. M. L rvi, of Manniig,. will be pleased to supply his
f1riend1s n cmiU public generally. with any of the above brands
S o L UBE3L rE Q U ANO..
The Soluble Guano is a highly concentrated A i;iaoniated Guano-a com
ASHLEY .ASH EI11EMENT.
A very cheap and excellent Non-Ammoiiated Fertilizer for Small Grain
crops, Fruit Tree-s, Grape Vines, etc.
ASIHTLEY AMMONIATED DISSOLVED BONE,
ASHLEY SMALL GRAIN SPECIFIU
ASHLEY Corn and Cotton Compound.
A complete Fertilizer for these two crops and also largely used by the Truckers near
Charleston for Vegetables, etc.
A shley Dissolved Bone. Ashley Acid Phosphate..
G3enuine Leopoldshall Kainit,
,7!- For Terms. Directions, Testinonials, and for the various attractive and instruc
tive publicatons of the Lcpany, address. .- '
EA O. r S. C.
r Ollicial Analysis prove our Goods to be above their Guar
Soluble EN aAcid Phos
Sol ano.W A N D O tphate-,
Acid Phosphate. Dissolved Bone. Kainit, and all Fertilizers
suipplies. for sale by
VAN DO P O . C-,c roy, S. C.
FRANCIs B. 11AeKnI President and General Agent.
STONO PHOSPHATE COMPANY,.
Chaarleston, S. 0.
HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS.
Aulqe Guano, (h h yhb ammoniated), -)issolved Bone, Acid
PI'nsph ate. Ash ]ement, Foats, Gernan Kainit. High Grade
Rice Fertilzer. Cton Reed Heal.
P:-All orders promptly filled.
WILLIAM RAVENEL, President.
R. M. MEANS, Treasurer.
For sale by 31. LEVI,
Oct20 Manning, S. C.
William M id&C.
CH.ARL.ESTON, S. C.
Counter, Platform and Cotton Scales.
T~ ucks, Grocers' Tinware, etc.
Paints and Painters' Material of every description. We are headquarters
for the.e nords and offer iuduceme~nts to purchasers. Aug18