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THE MANNING TIMES.
Published Ecery I medarsday.
S. A. NETTLES,
EDITOR AND PnorrILron.
M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT,
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S. A. NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
WEDNESDA\, FESRJAM1 8, 1338.
Subpcena tickets for sale at Thns
luiss Cora Davis, of Marion, is visit
ing Mrs. J. T. Stukes.
Mr. Joel Benbow, of Columbia, was
in town last Saturday.
Fresh and Genuine Garden Seeds
and Onion Sets at Dinkins & Co.'s.
We feel much gratified at the nn
merous and valued responses we have
had to our letter last week.
Just Received ! Fresh and Genu
ine Garden Seeds and Onion Sets at
Dinkins & Co.'s Drug Store.
All kinds of law blanks-title
mortgages, bonds, bills of sale, liens,
etc., for sale at the TntEs office.
An infant daughter of Solicitor T.
M. Gilland died in Kingstree, Janua
ry 2Sth, from the effects of measles.
Hides and furs of all kinds-otter,
mink; coon, and horse--bought at
highest market prices by M. Kalisky,
Mr. J. D. Sykes, of Ridgeway, and
Miss Eddie Eppeson, of Sumter, were
married in Sumter last Wednesday
Court is next Monday. The civil
docket is very heavy, but the criminal
criminal docket will probably be easi
ly disposed of.
Mrs. Amanda Tobias, near Fores
ton, died last Wednesday, of malig
nant tumor or cancer on the leg, after
a very painful illness.
All kinds of Law Blanks-titles,
mortgages, bills of sale, bonds, etc., al
ways on hand at the Tmns office agd
for sale at Charleston prices.
Miss Essie DuRant, after a visit of
several weeks to her-sister, Mrs. B. S.
Dinkins, returned to her home in
Williamsburg last Friday.
Mr. M. S. Cantey, Sr., and Mrs
Belle Richbourg, both of Summerton,
were married last. Wednesday even
ing, Rev. J. S. Beaseley, officiating.
While Dr. A. J. Briggs, of this
county, was on his way to Sumter,
about ten days ago, his fine buggy
horse suddenly fell dead in the road.
Belting, Packing, Oils, and Mill
supplies generally; lowest prices,
also, a few second-hand Gins Presses,
Lorick & Lowrence, Columbia, S. C.
Rev. James McDowell preached an.
able and eariest sermon last Sunday,
on the evils of the day. He especial
ly denounced bar-rooms and whiskey
Rev. Dr. W. B. Shaw, the Baptist
niinister of Johnston, S. C., whose re
cent attempt at suicide we noticed at
the time, died in the Lunatic Asylum
at Columbia, S. C., January 22d.
- Mr. J- B. King, who we stated last
week bad been lodged in jail for sell
ing goods under lien, compromised
the matter with Mr. W. H. Cole last
Wednesday by paying $250 and costs.
Mr. H. A.'Tisdale has leftin our of
nee a curiosity in the shape of an ev:
of corn. It has an unusually large1
number of grains on it, and has some -
what of the appearance of a person's
At the sale of seats in Talmage's'
Tabernacle in Brooklyn, N. T., the
choicest seat fetched $750; the next
$575, the third $500, and so on down
to $50 or less. Talmage was much
gratified it is said.
The.County Treasurer's rcport takes
up considerable space this week. Dur
ing the present month we purpose
enlarging the Tnrrs, and making other
improvements, so that a big adver
tisement will not crowd us so much.
Mr. Horton Rigby, of Manning,
and Messrs. Hermann and Francis
Batman, of Sumter, have gone to Bal
timore to attend a business college.
Mr. Edward Strange, of Ida, is alsd
attending a business college in Ken
York county has already opened
the campaign by the aurouncement
in the Enouirer of four candidates
for the office of Sheriff and one for
Probate Judge all subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic primary elec
Mr. George J. Brown kc-st his kitch
en by fire last Saturday morning
about 6 o'clock. All his kitcheu fu: -
niture, stove, cooking utensils, and
crockery-ware were debtroyed. His
dwelling was also in great danger of
burning, but was saved. He had no
insurance, and the loss is a heavy oue
(sadn Sers at inikins &5 Co.'s.
Charley Shorter's condition, accord
ing to latest accounts, is much improv
ed, and it is expected that he will re
cover. Bcn Sports was lodged in
jail last Friday, but it is thought that
in a few days he will be released on
Mr. Gustave Alexander appears to
be a good workman and honorable in
his transactions. We believe he will
be found to be honest and 'straight
forward in all his transactions, and
that when he says he will guarantee
all his work, that he means just what
he says. Give him a trial.
It was said of a brilliant young
lawyer who recently killed himself in
Texas that the fat al act was caused by
"mental depression." The mental de
pression was caused by a debauch
begun in a bar-room. His mother is
called a fanatic because she wants the
All of the Sumter rioters are out on
bail. Messrs. Kecls and Pennington
are out on a $4,000 bond each, and
Messrs. Harby and Bowman on a
$5,000 bond each. Their trial will
very probably be postponed to the
May term of court, at which time the
whole party will be acquitted.
G ustave Alexander is now prepar
ed to do all kinds of repairing. Give
him yc.ur watches, clocks, or jewelry
that may need any kind of repairs.
and he will do it in first class style.
and warrant all his work. He has just
received a lot of Waterbury watches
at $2.50 each; also, a large assortment
of solid and plated jewelry. At the
old Schwartz stand, next to Mrs. Ed
The ladies of the Methodist church
will serve dinner each day during
court week, in Dr. Richardson's build
ing on the west side of the court-house
square. This announcement is suffi
cient to assure any one that be will
get a good dinner if he patronizes the
ladies' tables. We have not seen their
bill of fare, but feel safe in saving that
turkey, roast pig, cake, and all things
necessary for a good dinner will be
there. They will serve oysters at
Coroner N. A. Ridgill Dead.
Napoleon A. Ridgill died very sud
denly of heart disease last Saturday
about 12 o'clock. Mr. Ridgill had as
usual risen early in the morning that
day, and befdre breakfast removed a
large number of bee gums from one
place to a.other. After doing this he
ate an unusually hearty breakfast,
and an hour or so afterwards he
walked about a mile and a half to
see his brother, Monroe Ridgill, who
was sick. About an hour after get
ting there, while seated in a chair,
the attack came on him, and he died
Mr. Ridgill had been coroner of
this county since 1876, and except
during Radical rule he held
some public office since he was grown.
He was one of the most popular n.e'
in the county, and althougu his was
a four year's office, yet he used to ri n
every two years just for the fun of it.
to see bow far he could distance all
competitors, and he generally got
most of the votes.
Mr. Rlidgill was born Nov. 3, 1823.
He and Mr. Hiram Andrews were the
only two remaining members of old
Fellowship Baptist Church, of which
he had for many years been a con
sistent member. Mr. Ridgill leaves
four children, the youngest twelve
Horses andi Mules at Auction.
There will be a lively auction sale of
mules and horses at Bell's stables. Mannint',
n ria next, February 1t at 11 A. .M.,
well known Texas horse men, will auction
one carload of gentle horses and mules.
The reputation of the McOafferty Brothers
for selling without resaerve and for square
and honorable dealing generally is sufficient
guarantee that tbis lot of stock will be sold
to the highest bidders for cash. The stock
can be inspected at Bell's stables on Thurs
day. Don't forget the dates.
Wedding Bells in Salem.
Married. February 1st, at the resiaence of
Mr. Joseph Durant, Mr. J. Hamilton Gar.
land, of Salem. to Miss M. Leonora Dturant,
R~ev. W. J. McKay. officiating.
The bride, commonly known among her
many friends and admirers as "Miss Darl
ing" Durant, is one of Clarendon's fairest
daughters, and the people of Salem are to be
congratulated upon such a valuable acquisi
tion to their community. Mr. Garland is a
voung man of many fmne traits, as well as a
rising and successful merchant and farmer.
The beautiful and impressive ceremony
was witnessed by a host of relatives and
friends, after which a most sumptuous din
ner was served.
The Colored Feoeple of Beaufort.
Without question, the colored people of
Beaufort form the bcst communitys of this
race to be found in this State. With schools
of high grade. lawyers, teachers, and preach
ers of color, there is a large amount of in
teligence an d politeness, and in many re
spects their behavior is very commendable.
For two years I have lived in Beaufort, and
during this stay, have never seen the slight
t collision between the colored and white
people. Whi.e living together and forming
one communiflty, they are altogether sepa
rate and distinct, formin~g a dual commumi
tv, very distinct, yet clo'sely united.
'There are two evils existing among the
colored people. One is out-spoken profan
itv, not in thec violence of quarrel, but mnter
l'rdd and woven in all socialconversation.
It s usual for white persons on the street
to speak in s'ibdued tones, but the colored
people are loud-s; oken not to say boister
ous This w iie not to be admired, is harn.'
less, but becomes very offensive to refined
es when mixed in with the name of the
D.-iv in a fran'ous, soortive, reckless. or
valnt way. This profainity is so habitual,
as not to attract the attention of these per
sos, and it would be well for the thought
ful and considerate among them to correcta
custom, creusive to God and disgusting to
good tasto to sty nothing of piety. It won'd
r ally be folly for a pre icher to preach t'>
them on the subjeot ot protanity, for not
one in a hundred regard themse'ves protane,
but to hai them in conversation, and point
out the profanity, while it would certainly
surrise, might benefit them.
-the other 'vil to which I refer is the cru
ett of par' - and guardians to their child
re'. 'lo s. that Ih-ave been shockel, do -s
not exress the horror of my feelings in
wnesng- the sevecrity of punishment in
1cd by the enraged administrator of jns
tie upon a young culprit. It is really mar
,~ca5 t me that many o'f these unfortun
ate children are not killed outright in these
fits of violent rage. Usually you first hear
a half dozen sharp and loud strokes of a
rope. stray, or stick, then the screaming of
the child intermingled with the execrations
of the mother, in her passion and violence
of temper, and these continue until you are
persuaded that the child will be killed by
the savage ferocity of the enraged mother.
then you hear above the screams of the child
the harsh cries of the mother, "Hush ! hush
up ! hush I say!'' Then the storm bursts
out with redoubled fury, the strength of the
savage mother seems to be renewed and pas
sion holds carnival with increased fury on
the part of the enraged mother, and the vio
lence of the tones are only equaled by the
cries of the child for mercy and the sharp
sound of the lash as it falls with pitiless fu
ry upon the screeching child. These scenes
are as remarkable for their length as for
their violence which is not measured by the
number of stroi:es, but by the endurance of
the mother. Moses' law numbered s:ripes
to forty save one, but here, they often reach
far beyond a hundred.
It really seems to me that more than twen
tv years of freedom, with gentler examples
all around, shonid have wrought a better de
velopment of nMoral character on the part of
the negro but I fear that this most discour
aging feature in the negro character is so in
herent, that it will require many years for
its eradication. In the mean time the
children of the colored people shomll ie
protected against this savage brutality, by
the strong arm of the liw.
I was familiar with slave-holders before
and during the war, and as an itinerant
preacher mingled with all classes of the
State, but have never witnessed amorng
slave-holders such severity as I it ve seen
a along the colored peal le toward their chili
ren in Beaufort, during my stay of two
years. HENRY M. .\O1D.
Mn. EDITOR: There have been many
changes since I last wrote. A new
store has been opened in the Belenger
building by a Mr. Cohen. Foreston
now has six stores.
Mr. C. M. Mason has built a neat
and commodious residence on Main
street, near the Baptist church, into
which he will soon move with his
lovely bride. Mr. D. E. McCormick
has also erected, within the last few
months, a very neat cottage on same
street, and thus the town continues to
grow, for it is only about a month
since our efficient depot agent, Mr. C.
L. Porter, went into his new dwelling.
We had, during the last week, a
drover, with mules and horses for sale,
but we do not think any sales were
made here, the demand having been
Mr. R R. HI udgins recently had
some fine stock shipped from Charles
tor. He will redouble his energies
in farming this year, and with Mr. A.
J Walter at the helm, will be sure to
And Major Laud: Well, everybody
who knows him are aware that there
is no such word as fail with him. Two
>f his farms, the Duke and the Doctor
swamp, presided over by Bagnal and
Hughes, respectively, are now ready
:o receive seed.
The council is now having the ditch
s cleared and the streets worked, and
ropose to open several new streets
efore long, which will add much to
he convenience of our people, and
>ut upon the market some fine build
I almost forgot to mention, that the
oreston Academy is in fine working
rder, and the students making satis-I
actory progress. -
That the drover's man insuited a
~roman, who swore out a warrant for
im for assault wit-h intent to ravish,.
ut he had skipped.
That J. C. Land was the happy
rather of a pretty little girl
That Elbert Dennis and Appy En
rson had a fight last night and were
retty badly bunged up, though not
eriously hurt. Council will look into
the matter to-day. F
February 6, 1888.
FFICE OF COUNTY AUiDITOR,
MANNING, S. C., February 4, 1888
The following act is published in
acordance with Section 3:
An Act to Allow Unimproved Lands
which have not been on the Tax
Books since 1875 to be Listed with
SECTION 1.-Be it enadedx by the Senate
and House of Rrpresentatives of the State
of South Carolina, nowmet and sitting in
General Assembly. and by the authority of
the same, That in all cases where unimn
proved land which has not -been upon the
tal books since the fiscal year commencing
November 1, 1875, and which are not on the
forfeited list, shall at any time before the
1st day of October, 1888, be returned to the
County Auditor for taxation, the said Audit
or be, and he is hereby instructed, to assess
the same and to enter it upon the duplicate
of the fised year commtencing November 1,
1887, with the simple taxes of that year.
SECTION 2.-That all such lands as may
be rturned to the Auditor for taxation be
tween the first day of Octohr, 1888, and the
1st day of October, 1889, shall be assessed
and charged with the simple taxes of the
two fiscal years commencmng, respectively,
on the first day of November, 1887, and thme
first day of November, 1888.
SECTION 3.-That as soon as practicable
after the passage of this Act, the Comnptroll
er General is directed to furnish a copy of
the same to each Auditor in the State, and
the Auditors are required to pubiish the
same in each of their County papers, once
a week for three months during the year
1888, and for the sanme period of time dur
ing the year 1880; and the cost of such pub-,
heation shall be paid by the County Treas
rc, upon the order of the County Com
missioners, out of the ordinary county tax
Approved December 19, 1887.
D. J. BRADHAM,
Auditor Clarendon County.
Attorney at Law.
W. F. B. H~ymswor~rs, Sumter S, C.
B. S. Disgrsxs, MAxxISo, S. C
HIAYNSWORTH & DINKINS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
DR. G. ALLE N HUG GNS,
- OFFICES -
Maning and Kingstree.
-OFrICE DAs -
Kingstree. from 1st to Sth of each month.
Manning, from 8th to 1Gth of each month.
Kingstree, from 1Gth to 23rd of each month.
Manning, from 23rd to 1st of each month.
- OFFICE Horrs
9 A. M. to 1 P. M. and 2 to 4 P. M.
N1 i otice
ce is hereby given that I will apply to
tle Probate Judge of Ch'rendon County, on
the 1th day of February next. at 12:M. for
mv tinal di'scharge as administrator of the
estate of Joh.,n A. Lee, deceasel.
TJan. 18. 1SSS. 4t.
STEAM DYE WORKS,
326G S-rr TLE,
s :ic(e, . - NearGeorge
Work Delivered Free of Charge.
WM. Bumrsa & Co.
HAY AND GRAIN,
Red Rust Proof Oats6 a Spe
Opposite Kerr's Wharf,
CHARLESTON S. C.
A. McCobb. Jr.,
General Commission Merchant.
AYD DEALER IN
eme, Cement. Plaster Paris, Hair, Fire
Bricks, and Fire Clay. Land Plaster
and Eastern Ha:y. Je Agent for
WHITE'S ENGLISH PORTLAND
198 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Mc~ahan, Brown & E Tans,
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, and
s os. 224, 226 and 228 Meeting St.
Flour a Specialty.
71 and 173 East Bay, Charleston, S. C,
Jos F. Wrr.NEr., L. H. QrUnou.o.
OHN F. WERNER & Co.
~RO VISION DEALERS,
.an~Ud 160 East Bay, and 29 anl 31 Ven
CH-LSTON, S. C.
Registration Notice !
[WILL BE IN THE COURT HOUSE.
(Clrk of Court's offie), the first Mon
ta in every month, to allow persons comn
ng of age since the last election to Register
.d to attend to other offiial business.
S. P. BjOLLADAY,
Sunpervisor of Registration, C. C.
P. 0. address, Panola. S. C.
NEW STORE. NEW GO0DS
ash Prices, Lowest Prices.
A GE NT,
OPPOSITE COURT HoUS5E.
Boots and Shoes,
Tobacco an~d Cigars,
Best- Family and Fancy G ro
New and Fresh,
and all sod at lowest Cash prices.
Am agent for a large Tannery, and
will buy at highest market prices, all
kinds of hides and furs; also beeswax,
Give me a call and be conyinced
that it is to your interest to trade with
I. KALISKY, Agent,
S R. MRSIIA LL & Co..
1~9 MEr~r.G S'rEEr, Charleston, S. C.
Sole Agents For
STARKE'S DIXIE PLOUGHS,
AVERY & SON'S PLoOUIS
DOW LAWV COTTON PLANTER
AND1 GUANo DISTRIBUTToRS
Plougih Stock, Washburne & Moem is
Galvaized Fence Wire, Chamn
ion Mowers and Keapers.
WA TSoN'S TU;:; lENTINE TOOLS
Manufactured1 in Fayectteville, N. C. Everl
Tfool absolutely warranted and
Iif broken will be
Al so D'ealers Ini
Hoop Iron, Horse and Mule Sho~es, W
and T1inware. Coopers tools. Miners
ITools, Cutlery. Gans and Sport
Pric' ,ade u a lcton
Early Rose, Burbanks, Goodrich,
Direct Importations; Guaranteed Pur
est on the Market.
RENRY LAYER & SON,
Charleston, S. C.
at astor ishingly
We are cling our Fertilizer at the follow
ing lox p-ces
Wilcox, Gibbs & Co.'s Manipulated Guano,
less than 10 tans, per ton, $25.001; ten tons
and ipwards. per ton, $22.5C.
Wilcox, Gibbs & (o's Superphosphate, less
than 10 tons, per ton, $15.5t; ten tons and
upwards. per ton, $14.U0.
Execilent Georgia Standard Guano, less
than 10 tons, per ton, $22.50; ten tons and
upwards, per ton, $2:1.00.
r Delivered to Railroad or Steatnboat
at Chirlestrn, free of Dnavage.
English Aid Phosphate.
Nma' Bcoti Land Plaster,
Gi* remn Fi~Ih ierap.
(Ctton "ed Meal,
.n.l Fertihlz >r sullies generally; all best
g:lity, atlowest m arket prices.
Cb tunicate wah ns before buying else
TOE WILCOX & GBS GUANO CO.,
13S a st Bay, Charleston, S. C.
L CENSED DYER AND SCOURER.
Gcnts Coats, Vestz, Cloaks, and Pants Nice
ly Cleaned, Dyed, and Pressed.
Faded and Moulded Clothing Renewed
with the Greatest Dispatch.
NO. 41 WENTWORTH STREET,
m Rear of Ait .sian Well.
Manning Shaving Parlor.
Hair Cutting Artistically Exe
and Shaving done with best-Razors. Spec
ial attention paid to shampooing ladies'
I have had considerable experience in
several large cities, and guarantee satisfac
tion to my cmtomers. Parlor next door to
E. D. HAMILTON.
FURN IT U RE
W. F. MAGUIRE,
M AM M 0T H
re and Works.
And Offlee and Ware Rooms 305 King
CUIARLESTON, S. C.
WYrite f'or Prir-r*
p@NEW WAVERLY HfOU'3E. IN THE
Bend of King Street, Charleston.
The Waverly, having been thoroughly
enovated the past sumimer and newly fur
iished throughout, rmakes its acconmmoda
i onsun nrp~assed. Incandescent Electrie
ighs and Electric Bells are used in all
ooms and hallways. Rate~s $2.00 and $2.50.
G. T. ALr ie, rruprietor.
p"'ZWe Order Direct from the Factory.tM
HeIRs & Son.
Geese Feathers a specialty.
Head-quarters ror Mattresses.
No. 377 KEsa STREET,
(Two Doors Below Calhoun.)
Charledton, S C.
rW Established 1848 by
FRAK J, O'O0NOR,
Baker and Confectioner.
-AND DEAEE IN
Nearly Opposite the Bank,
SU1ITER~, S. 0..
G. H. LEWIS,
Ol Pjictures Copied anid En
lag~. Samiter. S. C.
JOHN S. WILSON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
'Ma2..in S- C
SEE S.. SEEDS. -
In Stock in Their Season, and for Sale by.,
iLORICK & LOWRAINE
COL:;IBIA, S. C:
SEED CORN-Shoe Peg, Golden Dent, White Flint, $ed Cab, etc.
Seed Rye, Barley, Wheat, Oats, and Clover.
Oncu.uan Guss, BLUE GAss, Timothy, Red Top, Mixed Lawn, Luderhe1
Millet. KAFFPIR CORN, GARDEN and FLOWER Seed generally.
Irish and Sweet Potatoes for Seed.
4Z Farniers baying MEtdToimors Seed to sell, please correspond with us
Lorick & Lowrance.
au, 17. ay
Ford:sTox, S. C.
A School for Boys and Gis
WILL OPEN MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5;
with a full corps of teachers. Military tactics will 1e a feattiu
of physical training of the boys. Girls drilled in Calisthenics
The latest text books used, and young imen and lades prepar
ed to enter the junior class of any College or Seminary in the
State. All of the Eulisii branhes, Modern and Ancient lan'
iua-es. and Music taught.
With a town of good morals, good health, and splendid rails
road. telegraph, and express facilities, The Foreston Academy
offers superior advantges foi- the education of children,
Tuition, from $1.00 to $3.00. Board $8.00 per month-froid
Mionday to Friday. $5.00. For Circulars apply to
W. B. BONH AM,
MISS ELLEN McCORMICK Assistant. Pnmem.
OTTO F. WIETERS,
WHOLESALE dealer in Wines, Liquors and Segars.
No. 181 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 9:
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Miarine Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers; Saw
ill Machinery, Cotton Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steaii
boat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
EiR epars Cxecuted with promptae ss and Dispatch. Sendfdr prix lists.
East Bay Cor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
Tan13 lyr. -_
Buy the Fertilizers of the old and reliable
Wando Phosphate Co.'
of Charleston, - :S. U,
President and General Agent, 5 Exchange Street.
For sale by
MOlCSES LEV~7I, Manning, S. C
A WELL KNOWN FACT.
A Deler who niakes a Specialty of one particular line can a
'ways supply the Best Goods at the Lowest rices.
IT IS THEREFORE TO YOUR INTEREST TO
R. W. DURAfNT &bv'
They keep in stock every known variety of
SH E LF W-IADV'7'R
and would call especial atten tion to a~ very large and well selected stock of
RUBER A~ LEATHER BELTING
in al wdth, wth ivet an Bus o Laingas may be desited.
STOVES OF EVERY VARIE1TY AT ALL PRICES.
A large and superb stock of
ChdOlin~a an~d G-asswsj41
nthe tinest and largest assortment o1 TABLE AND POCKET cUTr . 3AZQB~
SCISSORS, &c., from the best factories of Europe and America, Espeemalatten
tion has been baid to the selection of POTWARE, TINWABE, &c.
Wagon Material of every Conceivable Kind.
Single ai'd Double Muzzle and Breech Loading Guns, Ammunmtion, Sheflhj
&c. Rembmber this is the ONLY HARDWARE STORE IN TOWN
and will be supported by LOW PRICES.
R. W. DuRANT & SON,
AusSi. Itain street, opposite the Bank, Snmiss~...a~w
THE NEW SAL.OON!
SA.M-TEL J-. CL.ARKPoL"
Fresh and Choicest WINES, LIQUORS, BRANf
L AGER BEER DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY.
Benedictine and Medicated Nectar Wislges
The finest'grade of Whiskies on the Market, kept in stock.
UCAS, RICHARDSO N &CO,, COME Wil'H MET(
Stationers andPrinters, Tbe Palace Sai o
CHARLESTON, S. C., KEPT BY
Note Ltter, Cap, Jonrnal, Papers Eyelet s ok vike
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PAVILION HOTEL, pitet. ekesawy
CHARLESTON, S. C. in stock the purest
First Class in all its .Appointmnents, XTIE, L
suniulia with all M1cmer Improvemen~s on the market. At his counter is'
ideelent Cnisine. Large Airy Rooms, served the
Otis P'assen~ger Elevator,H Elec- CoolestFacDrn
-t ed RoLgtsnat- for the hot weather, and fitting invig.
R1TES, $2.00, $250, AND $3.00. orators for the winter. See his*
~ms Thee~ve~ byMailo~. elegaphSpeaialties.
.Ro __eer __by__aiorTeegrap Golden Grain Rye,
Old N.C. Cern,
Choie DugsFine Cogniac Brand,
Choice DrugsSweepstakes wie
I Mongobela Rye.
--m---Always a full stock of
suplC wtE t]e 16ES ][s at th Lows C &ARETTS
DRUGGISTs and CoUNTRY merchant GAR
Pir.s. on hand. A reputation establishe&
Dr H BA ER, | M Satisfaction guaranteed.
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 1:31 & 1300 OkO IkCAet
MANNING, S.- C.
Meeting sircet, Clau-leston, S.. .