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THE MANNING TIMES.
WENESDAY, JULY 13, 1881
B. S. DINKINS, Editor.
School Coriiissioner Wilder is now in
correspondence with the School Commis
sioners of Clarendon, Kershaw, and Dar
lington Conntic, for the purpose of organ
imng a Joint Teachers' Institute, to be held
in this County in the early part of August,
either at Sumter or Bishcpvlle. A favora
ble reply has been received from Clarendon
County.- Watchwnw .idron.
'From the School Commissioner of
Clarendon, we learn that the money
to d'day the expenses Gt this Institute.
proposed to be held in Sumter, is to
come from the Peabody fund of the
State. If this is the case, Clarendon
will willingly unite with Sumiter, and
reap all the advantages to be derived
from holding such an Institute there.
But the benefit of a teachers' institute,
held in Sumter, to the teacedars of
-larendon, as a body, is too in:i gnifi
.camt to attach much importance. Our
:teachers, or by far the greater nuamber,
.are too poor to incur the costs of the
trip and the expenses of a protr octed
stay in the town of Sumter, whic;i will
-be necessary for them to attentdI the
meetings of the Institute. For this
reason, if the school fund of Claren don
has to be taxed to share the costs of
an Institute for teachers in Sum-ter
,er any where else, the tax-payers as
,well as teachers of this county wlll c b
ject strenuously. An institution of
this kind to be of any real advantage
to the teachers of Clarendon, must b
held here where they can regularly aat
tend its exercises. The school lawl 's
allow $200 of the school money to b e
used for this 'purpose. The late Insti
tute here, under the supervision of the
predecessor of the present Schoc I
Commissioner gave general satisfac -
tion, and, no doubt, did incalculabli
good. It opened the eyes of the "old,
field" teachers to the happier methods
now used for imparting knowledge, a~t
the same time giving them a truei
conception of the great responsibility
andimportance of their noble voca
tions. Our School Commissioner
could not spend this $200 more ad
vantageously in the cause of educa
tion, that by having another institute
for the teachers during the first weeks
of August. Clarendon does not object
to the plan advocated by the IW'a!ch
man and Southron, provided it does
not cost the county, directly, and,
This State has secured five scholar
ships in the Nashville Normal College,
of Tenbessee. A competitive examni
nation will be held in Columbia on
the 11th of August next, for the se
lection of applicants to these positions.
He who presents himself at the Nor
imal College for a scholarship, must:
!have a certificate from the State Su
perintendent of Education of profi
'ciency in spelling, reading, pennman
?ship," grammar, annaly sis, rhetoric,
~geography, (civil and physical) arith
anetic, algebra, United States History
'The applicant must be at least seven
rteen yearm old, of good moral charac
:ter, and is required to give a pledge
-.to remain at the college two years if
his scholorship lasts that long. After
a the student has been at the college a
smonth, he draws $25 every succeeding
;month, the amount not to exceed $200
Sfor the year. The expenses of the
.student are put down at from $15 to
$18 per month, for board, and $6 a
*year for the use of books and inciden
tal expenses. The annual session
opens on the first Wednesday in Oc
tober and closes with the annual com
. mencement on the last Wednesday in
May. These scholarships are open
for ladies as well as young men. Tmhs
is an opportunity not to be passed
over by any young man or ,woman
really anxious for an education, and
without the means to gratify a lauda
ble ambition without assistance. The
.School Commissioner of Clarendon
'will kindly furnish any one with fur
Hanged in EflIgy.
Governor Gordon, of Georgia, was
Ilanged in effgy last week, at Dalton,
-Oa., for commuting the sentence of
one Holman, semenuced to be hanged
for murdering a young white womon,
~to imprisonment for life. Four thous
and people had assembled to witness
the execution. They expressed their
indignation at the action of the Gov
-ernor, by heaping every indignity on
his effigy. This almost obsolete cus
tom was once a popular means used
-by the populace for expressing their
-ill-will. Over in Georgia, wuere they
-do everything in a do-as-you-please
way, is a good place to resurrect it.
A Goed Chi~e.
'The committee appointed by au
-thority of the last General Assembly
to select the localities for the two e :
Verimental stations, have done weti m
choosing Spartanburg and Darli: itc
*ounties. Both ar eograpsiicady
idted to represent respectively the
"upi".aind "low" sections of the State
in the matterof experimental farm~ing.
-These counties extended the most flat
tering inducements to the-committee.
Both money and land were offered.
'The crop report for the State for
the month of June, just sent out by
-the department of agriculture is still
favorable, promising an abundant har
vest. Corn continues to hol:1ts per
centage of 97 per cent. The cool
nights and hot days of the month of
Jn damaged it somewhat, but the
er its percentage condition.
The Cotton prospect is still very
flattering. It is reckoned at the al
most unprecedented percentage of 101
per cent. The wheat and oat crops
have been harvested in good condi
tion. The reports show that the rice
crop is better tban it has been for a
number of years. It is estimated at
97 per cent.
Everything is indeed propitious fory
a full harvest, which it is to be hoped
will be the beginning of a nore pros
perous era for the State.
The July number of The Co/on
llanw is more than usually attractive.
In addition to a large amount of sea
sonable matter by the editor, it con
taius a fine likeness of the late Hon.
D. Wyatt Aiken with an admirable
sketch of his life, and a mass of other
matter covering a variety of subjects 0
of interest to the farmers. The Grange,
the Farm, The Household, The Poul t
try Yard, and other departments are c
well filled, while in the Farm, and In
dustrial Notes are brought together I
various matters touching agricultural v
and industrial progress in South Car- e
olina, with an occasional pertinent t
comment by the editor. The Colbom t
Plaat is printed at Greenville at the a
low price of 60 cents a year. Write
for specimen copy.
Our Washington Lefter. I
[From Our Own Correspondent.]
5smsGOro, D. C., July 13, 1887, t
More than usual public interest attaches )
to the trial in this city. of a minister of the
ospel, for alleged immoral conduct because
the President's pastor is conne(ted with the
case, in the capacity of counsel for the mail
defencant, and the city newspapers are dai- 1
ly illled with columns of the evidence : this y
case was brought from the historical plains
of Bull Rur. I don't believe the preacher
'is gulty, as the only positive proof against
him is that of an ignorant colored man, who
eannot identify the other party to the offense
if there was one.
On the morning of July 1st, the work of
boring the Washington tunnel of the ne-'
a eservoir, through the hills north of Wash. I
igton was completed. This subteranean
wiiedu:t extends from the river west of
Georgetown. about 21,000 feet, the construc
tion of which was begun six years ago. An
other impioveme~nt just consummated in
Wshington has an interest for the generid
public. The experiment if suceessiul here
will ind-ce its adoption by other cities in
the United States. 'The improvement is
the coal storag rous recently built bv the 1
Washingtcn 'arkt Co. This market in a
iew of its fine location and its cleanliness
is perhaps the ve- best in America. These
im provenients have been added at a cost of
150,000. and there has been perfected one I
of the most conplete refrigerating and cold
storage establishments in existence. The
principal agent employed in the process o'
extracting heat from the storage rooms is the
use of annydrous ammonia. A Corliss en
gine and six miles of cold pipes which con
vy the animonia vapor and cold brine to
ti the different apartments conplete the
working apparatus. wany are the uses to
which this dry, cold air can be applied. The U
transportation. of fruits, vegetables, meat
and fish from distant points is already ac
complished. By this new application and
perfection of the system, preservation of
the same is assured, and great advantac
will accrue, in so much as consumers and
dalers will be benefit~ed by the more uni
frmi rates of produce and the less likeli
hood of the fluctuation of prices in tablet
supplies. The danger that may arise is that
by these means Wall street methods may be
introduced and gamblind extended to the
handiling of garden truck as it already ex
tends to breadstufs. Some scheming- prm
duce dealer may secure a "corner" in a cell
warehouse and pack it wvith tomatoes or on
ions, and demuand any price when the other
deaers are short of supply and so manipu
late the market.
The Secretary of the Interior has approv
ed of the issue by the Commissioner of Pa
tents of the statem'ent concerning the deli
ciency in the accounts of the late Levi Ba
con, rinancial clerk of the Patent Office. Ac
cording this statement, their is an apparent
shortage of $33,000. Many are the rumors
and suppositions in reference to the disap
pearance of this sum. Mr. Bacon when
iiving, enjoyed the conlidence of his official
assc ales, and time irregularities in his ac
coun ts arc a profound surpr~se to his friends.
At the close of the fiscal year, on June 30, T
there was an unexpended balance of nearly
$300,000 in the appropriation for fuel, lights
and water, and for contingent expenses in
the Treasury Department, It is to be re
gretted the officers of that department did:
not see fit to ase the money accounting for p
it under erontingent expenses to improve the F
present crmtdition of the sewerage of the .
Treasury. It would be impossible to exag- i
rate the horrible condition of the plumbing U
in that Department. If the same state of aP-g
fairs existed in any building accessible for
examination, by the local health authorities, si
it would be condemned as a nuicance with- n
out any preliminaries. It was the unhealth
fu conditton of this department that sent
.Secrtary Folger to his grave, that trought
Secretary Manning to deaths door, and that
has been the cause of death to many others
as god, though more obscure.
On Saturday the President received a par
ty of excursioraists, numbermng about 300 of
school teachers from North Carolina. The
visitors were introduced by Senator Rlansom
itt a spccial reception accorded by Mr.
Cleveland. Senator Ihansom came to Wash
ington for the purpose of offering this cour-]
tesy. Secretary Whitney has invited the
clerks of the Navy Department with their
faimilies to pass the fourth of July at " Grass
lands,' thme Secretary's country place above
Georgtown, just beyond Oak View, the
P'reidets miuch talked of country home.
.Many of the emolovyee~s of the Navy Depart
ment availed themselves of Secretary Whit
TE POETIC SPLENDOR OF EDGARh
I ALLEN 10E.
as pensivdyv we turn the eye]
Tro vonder's past begloomcd,
We pause a whiie to breathe a sigh.
To one lone light entembed.I
Fnt.rabed ! -yes, hid from mental view ! s
Blown out to shine no more !
Theres naught th .t kindlth herec in lieu,
This side the spirit shore !
Yet, though 'tis lost to human ken,
As if 'twere bmiied low,
Unfaing honors mark each gem,
Left decked in beauty's glow.
The boo'k of letk-rs hatt eaich age,
Of wisdom, song and sonnet,
Tet, it can boast no brighter page,
With sweeter charms upon it.
IThis pl.ndid~ lig~ht, once brightly shone,
Clov-l'y eachi kindred stair,K
'n' :21 1s beauties wvere its own.
Wi thou. a blo to mar.
X'e it ti re.-o:nf the past,
Like meteors on their flight. -
It flashed its beauties all the day,
They twinkled ton by night
0! 'twas the mmd of Poe at play,
Without one mental blight!
W. D. Hoyt & Co., Whoeade and Ietail
)ruggists of Rome Ga., say: We have teen
Eling Dr. Ring's New Discovery, Ecetrie
itters and Biucklen's Arnica Salve for font
ears. Have never handled remedics that
l as well, or give such universal satisfac
on. There have been some wonderful
ures effected by these medicines in this
itv. Several cases of pronounced Con.
umption have been entirely cured by use
f a few bottles of Dr. King's New Discove
y. tak-n in connection with Electric Bit
ers. We guarautce them always. Sold bo
inknns and Co.
JOSEPH GALLUCHAT, ESQ.
At the last regular communication
f St. Peters Lodge, No. A.-.F.-.M., the
Alowing preamble and resolutions
ouching the death of Joseph Gallu
hat, Esq., were adopted:
WHEPi-s, on the 15th day of May,
887, under the dispensation of Him
ho doeth all things well, our broth
r, Joseph Galluchat, was summoned
> appear before the Grand Master of
he Lodgc not made with hands etern
1 in the heavens; and
WLF~rEAS, it is cur duty as Masons,
nd members of St. PetersLodge, No.
4, A.--F.-.M., to give earnest heed to
his visitation of the Great Architect
>f the universe, it is as well our priv
lege to give expression to our sorrow
nd our sympathy. The Mason, true
o the teachings of the noble princi
>es inculcated by the order, is not
mnmindful of the wisdom of the sage
njunction, "de mortious nil nisi bon un.
rore than this, he posesses the most
>eautiful, the grandest characteristic
hich adorns the ennobled Masonic
fe, and in its exercise can sincerely
uourn the death of a departed brother.
n the exercise of our Masonic duty
nd our privilege,
Be it herefree resolced: 1st. That
;t. Peter's Lodge, No. 54, A.-.F.-.M..
ourns the death of our late brother,
2n'd. That the condolence of St.
eters Lodge, No. 54, A.-.F.-.M., be
xtended to the bereaved family, foi
hom the tenderest and sincerest syn
tathy is expressed.
3rd. That a blank page of our min
te book be inscribed to his memory,
s to the date of his death, and that
hese proceedings be published in thE
ounty papers, and a copy be sent tc
he family of the deceased.
W. J. CLAR,
Chairman of Committee.
Mr, N. I1, Frohlichstein, of Mobile, Ala..
rites-: I take grcat pleasure in reom
ending Dr. Ning's New Discovery for Gon
umption, having used it for a severe attack
f Bronchitis and Catarrh. It gave me in
tant relief and entirely cured meo and 3
ae not b fen aflicted since. I also beg to
tate that I had tried other remedies with
o good result. Have also used Electric
itters and Dr. King-s New Life Pills, both
f which I can reccommend.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
on, Coughs and Colds, is sold oni a posi
e guarantee. Trial bottles iree at Dink
is & Co's. Drug Store.
Dedicated to the Xfanning Guards.
Men of old Clarendon
And Ladies bless them, as well,
Never forget your local squad,
Naught but smiles to them award,
It is the Boys in grey,
Native born, who with you stay;
Great men in these ranks may be,
Undiscovered by you or me,
And surely with. rightful meed
Royal they'll prove in time of need.
Display then, Ladies a right kind of joy,
Something that's relished by every boy.
he Wonderful Healing Properties ot
Darby's Prophylactic Fluid in Case
of Accidents, for Burns, Scalds,
Cuts, Wonnds, etc.
Its prompt use will invariably remove and
revent erysipelas, Gangrene, or Proua
lesh. Owing to the clensing and purify.
ig qualities of the Fluid the most obstinate
leers, Boils. Carbuncles, and .Running
:res are rendered pure and healthy and
eedily cured, no other application being
.G. Dnamis, M1. D. R B. Lonrn.
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
[Sign of the Gold Moriar.]
)rugs, Medicines & Chlemicals.
Paints, Oils, Glass,
Fancy and Toilet Articles,
Fine Cigars and Tobacco.
nd everythihg usually kept in a FnmS
CLass Drug Store.
3mpetition We Defy !
g.- Our Prices are as LOW as
nose of Charleston or Sumter, or any
wfl in the State.
aints, Oils, and Glass.
We are now fully stocked with
aints, Oils, Glass. Putty, Paints,
~ruses, Varnishes. &c., which we are
~lling at the lowest prices..
STILL IN THE LEAD !
THE MANNIN6 GUARD CIGAR."
he Best 5 Cents Cigar in
-wE .1iE Aila'TS FOR
Sure and Complete Cure for
ever~ andl Ague,
Liver Complaints, etc.
5 Cents per Bottle.
gg Prescriptions carefully comn
ounded by day or night. Ma
J. G DINKINS & Co.
GREAT GEM DESTROYER!
DIsinfectait, 0Dodorizer J Antiscptic.
FOR SAFETY, CLEANLINESS AND COIMFORT
USE IT IN EVERY SICK-ROOM.
Will keep the atmosphere pure
and wholesome ; V2m oving all
bad odors from any sou-rce.
Will destroy all Disease Germs,
infection from all Fevers,
and all Contagious Diseases.
A sccond casc of SCARLET FEVER has never been
known to occur where the Fluid was freely used.
, Yr.u.ow Firsa - has
- heCn cured with it after
CONTAGIV sLAC Vom7r had TA
sr.c. I--; usc in
DESTROYE MALLOX will PRE
.rst cases of Dim
THERIA have YlEL)E. Attendants on
the Sick win secur '.Lection from In
fectious Diseases h13 ing the Fluid.
Perfectly harmless, used in:crnally or externally.
AS AN INTERNAL DISINFECTANT
Taken or injected or used as a wash it
a 3avs inflammation and corrects offen
,ive discharges. The Fiid is a certain
cure ftor Diarrho:s. Dysentery nnd In
fammnnation of the Itwels. Being Alka
line in its natnre It -will often afford
compiet relief from lleartburn, Acid
ity of the Stomach and Dyspepsia.
ENDORSED-By). Marion Sims, M. D., Jos.
Le Cort':, M. D., Prot. H. T. Lunrton. Li.hnp G--o.
F. Pic- Wihop V. M. Wightanan. Rev. Ch:s. F.
Denm. Rev. Richard Fuher, Hon. Alex.-i.
Step..:s', ifon. A. J. Waiker, and manry thcrs.
J. H. ZEILEN & CO., Philadelphia.
I have open tld -cl s Sharinrvg Salool
at the Entervri'e oiive, and soleit the pat
oma2' of thp c*ti' us of Mani ;tnd cour
Pml:s -7;d-, Cut"tng,'. Slhaving, 10c.
p-ei n'rnian gi:en rM chbiren
M~te:I, S. C.
The POrIC v.ET7TE wifl be ,ail:a
rety wrapped, to any ador-.-s.,s ii th,
United :t:.ls:or three ionths vu reec!pt o
Liberal discount alloerd to postmasters
IgeIts :1n1d cluibs. Samp:e copies mldleL
free. Addtruss, all or-u rs to
IU;ARD K. FOX,
F?..ruN S..AN. y
Eggs $20_0 per Setting.
BRiGHT BRAmAs, HIVITE LEci;orNs
BRowN LHoo , PLo:oi'TH ROCKS
All parties purchasing EGGS from Ebei
Blodott & t'o,, Charleston, S. C., reportini
poor batch, cansed by any fault of the Egg
aill be furnisIed wth other Eggs by ad
vising them of the resni1t.
CircuLars m ed ron rc-,est.
CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS AND COPYRiGHT.:
Ubtainel. anl alt other isiness in the U
S. Patent Oice atktended to for .l0DEL
ATE FE '
Send1 .MOD EL OT: DIAU WIG. We ad
se as to patrabili ty fiue of charge ;an'
wve make Mi CI!Ai'JE CLESS W E 0L
T A T X F A Th 1.
We refer ha-o to the Postmaster, the Sapt
of Money Order Div., na to oficeials of th
UT. S. Patent O:nice. For circular. advice
terms and referees to actual elients it
your own State or (ounty, write2 to
C. A. SNOW & CO..
Opposite Patent Oles Washington,D. C
SIX-00RD SPOOL 00TTO15
MO SES LEVI,
MANNING, 5. O.
G. ALLEN 11 UGGINS, JR.
re' Office on Street South of Couri
JDSEPH F. RHAME,
A.tornaey at 1Jaw,
Manniing, S. C.
,Tanuary 19. 18S7. _________
MOISE & HIUGGINS,
Attorneys at Law,
Manning, S. C.
O~ice South of Court House.
Attorney at Law.
:Mauning, S. C.
yarNotary Public with seal.
J. E. SCOTT,
Attorney and Counmse!!or at Law,
Manniins, s. C
Th bestequipped school in theState- accommodations
strictly flrat-clas: heated by steam and ig:hted by gas;
onto young ladle to the roo; lnid in uly of
in Septembter. For particulars or Catalopues, address
,t ,.. nA T nRSYnV Pres. LexisQton. KI.
\Wholesale Grocers and
159 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Direct Iiporters of Ales, Porters,
Wines. and Brandies.
wEC IA& EASQN,
185 & 187 Meeting Street, and 117
CI0%RLESTON, S. C.
Invite attention to the following
Cnt Loaf Sugar, 121 lbs7. fPr S1.
Gr:cul.ated Suga". 15 lbs. for $1.
Couftctioners' Sigar, i', ibs for $1.
WhitE Ex. C. Sugar, 17 lbs. for $1.
Light 'r.en Stugar. 19 lbs for $1.
Good Brown Sugar, 20 lbs for $1.
TIb. Ti :atoes, 90 .a 1oZ.
:lb. iTornatnes. $1.10 a doz.
Good Sugars, fora box of 50.
These are but a few of the many attract-I
ions we are- cont'antly offering, and house
keepers will iud it greatlv t) their alvan
tage to send for a copy of our Monthly Price
List, and consntt it alays.
7' Nochrge for paeking or drayage.
3. TIIMns, .1. >T TM103s.
Stsphen Thomas, Jr., & Bra.
jew6 lry, Si!er and
Spectacles, Eya Glasses, and
iCC,' Watches and Jewelry repaired
by expert workmen.
27:3 K1:mo ST.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
^3 IL.IE STRiT.... CHTA.uLsT:O, S. C.
Wholesale Dealers in
Boots and Shoes,
Trimks. Satchels, &c.
Goods receivcd by every stea:nr suitable
for the interior trade. All the latest styles
COnstLntly in stock, at tne lowest prices and
on aecoulnodating terms.
.Jan, 12, 87 l.
157 and 169, East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jan. 12. 87 *I37
I will be at the Court House (Clerk's of
fice), the first MIonday in every month, to
allow persons coming of age since the last
election to Register and to attend to other
S. P. HOLLADAY,
Sunervisor of Registrattion, Clarendon
County. P. O. address, Paola S. C.
. JO NES
Iron Lcer, Selieani , B 's
TaE. Bam2 a~d Besn I90Z for
. GINGHBAMTON. N. T
Brow 's Furniture Store.
DAN'L BROWN, Proprietor.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
222 King Street,
Charleston, S. C.
Win. Shepher& & Co.,
232 M1EETING ST.,
Tinwares, ~/ouse Furnishing
Goods, Potwara, Kitchen and Stove
WScnd for Price List and Circu
J. C. H. Claussen & Co.,
Steam~ Bakeiy anid Candy facterY,
CInAIIESTON, S. C.
THE NEW RAL OON. a4
Ice-Lemmonaal. Jee-Soda Water.
THIS W Y ?.2OE UP,
FANCY D.RI' .\ND rEFRESING DRINKS.
S AMUL J. CLARK
Fresh and Choicest WINES, LIQUORS, BRAN
LA GER BEER DIRECT FRO3M TIE BREWERY.
Benedictine and Medicated Nectar Whiskies,
the inestr:Ile of Whisk(es on the Market. kept in stoik. ~
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
31arine Stat ionarv and Portable Engines and Boilers, Saw
Mill 3Lachinery. Cotton Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steam,
boat, 3achinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
&@&p~air e 1'e with promptts- anU Dpah. &u dfor price lsts
East Bav, Cor. Pritehard St.
Charleston, S. C.
Jan' 1 1vr.
Da0i y ou need any Clothinw Furnishig Goods, or Hats,
scnd your.orders to
FA L80 K&C.
Charest , O S. C,
as they have rediiced the prices of their entire stock to cost,
on aconut of chimge of firm.
OTTOG F. WVIETERS,
WHrOL.iSALE dcaler in Wines, Lignors and Sgars.
No. 181 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
F. J. PI.:LZn, President. F. S. RODGERS, Treasurer
Atlantic Phosphate Company,
of Charleston, S. C.
ta,5rd . eO tili5er, and Importers
Pelzer, Rodgers & Co.,
Enows\'s uVuw, - - CuIA ItLhusTON. S. C.
S in. 3. LI. nn . lbe pleased to supply his
friends and the public generally with tniy of the above brandso
ATTACH MEN T.
MACHINERY Protect Your Eyes
la.1 C BER G
FOR S AU L ' E0 aCE 0;PCW
To The People of Glareadon: a
I am the Agent for the Cel-'
E rines YEGLASSE5*
oilers nMR. 1. I1RSCHBERG
The -.v&known optician.cf 107 N. Fouztr.r
Street, (undler Planters House) St. Louis,
h11 as nrpltdJ.G. DTKTNS& Co., of
oton P es s, MANNIxN. S. C., as Agent for his cclebrat
Oj-0a Diamond Spect~acles and Eyeglasses.
I These Gasses are the greatest invention ev
Ol' A i IS, I u:ZoIe in Spectacles. By a proper con
struction of the Lens a person purchas Ing a
icIr of these Non-Changeable Glasses ne'i
V, b:Limv to chauge these Glasses from the eyes,
a:nd! uev pair purchaused aire guar-anteed,
.L thtIf threvrlave the eye (no
e'r how rrs'te or sertched the Lenses
Sthy wmi furnish the party with a new p
. All this machinerv is direct of Glas's free tfcharge.
from the factory and will be so'dTat J- G. DINKINS & CO.
the Factory Prices. It will be as afudl assortment, and invite all who
to the advantage of, purchascrs to call wi to s:1tisfY thes'ef lves of the great sae-.
on me befor, bnying. riority of thes Glas.es ove~r any and all oth;
ers no. in use, to calland examine the same
Ws SOHT* HA I J. G. DINKINS & CO..
"LNN1NG, S. C. I:rnegists and Opticians,
Feb. 16, 18s7.,
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w vwi s'ui.1 yorn free. s me
Wholesale Grocers, tu .,;t ialueo ind iaziortance to you,
AND DEAu.ERS rIN, -s tatxn bisnci's which vilL
Provisions, Liquors, Tobacco, Etc .M''nya rih aw
n tO. Either sexi;
079 & 10; East ?Ea . Charleston. . .a.. n we that just coins
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