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TE MANNTG TIME.
Mane , . C.
S. A. NETTLES, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1888.
The Farmers' Alliance entered
North Carolina about a year ago, It
has now 686 sub-alliances in the State,
comprising a membership of 32,000
members. The Knights of Labor
seem to be losing strength, and the
new order seems to be overshadow
ing everything. It is now thought
that the Alliance will cut a big figure
in politics, and it is apprehended that
its members will to some extent cut
loose from party trammels.
,nning is very modest in her de
sires, seldom asking for a convention,
and when such a request is made we
think due consideration should be
gi'en it. A judicial or congressional
convention has never been held in
our beautiful town, but this year we
desire the judicial convention, and be
lieve we shall get it. Sumter, King
stree, and Georgetown have each had
it, and now it is time for Manning to
hive; it. We - respectfully lay the
daims of Manning before the chair
zen of -the four counties of this judic
We had hoped State officers would
benominated at the May convention,
but since the Executive Committee
did not specifically include this in
their call, it may not be done. But,
on the other hand, the convention,
when it meets, is free to do as it
pleases, and its action is supreme. It
isgenerally conceded that the election
of State officers should be for four
ears, and that the renomination of
the old ticket, at the end of the second
ear, is only a matter of form. We
-will, therefore, notibe at all surprised,
should the Convention renominate
the present State ticket by acclama
tion. This will relieve the people of
the unnecessary expense of a second
We hope the next Legislature will
take this question in hand, and give
the people a chance to vote on a
change to four years for electing State
and county officers. The result
would be decidedly beneficial. As a
rule men Will be selected with greater
care, and it will relieve the entire
State of a lot of trouble, worry, and
Although there is no mention in
, tall of County Democratic Execu
tire Committee, that delegates to the
and congressional conven
t= t will be elected at the convention
unthe 2th, yet it is not at all im
probable that such delegates will be
The convention, though
calledtspecifically only to elect an ex
' ecntive committee and delegates to
State convention, will have full
te =when it meets .to do .What it
.Iisstherefore urgent that
eeyone interested in the Democra
~ cattend his club meeting,
mdelect representative delegates to
thed county convention. It is not imn
probable that the convention will do
all the business before it, to be done
tis year: elect delegates to the State,
jadicial, and congressional conven
tiin elect an executive committee;
ppint the times for hold primaries,
ndadopt rules and regulations; and
attend to all other business that may
come up before it, so that there will
be no further need of another conven
tion. The clubs are to be re-organ
zed next Saturday, May 5th; so any
one who carelessly remains at home,
will, should the cotivention do any
thing contrary to what he likes, please
not sy any thing about it as he him
sefwill be to blame for not taking
more interest in the club meetings.
The farmer's manifesto, on our first
page, will be found interesting read
ing, and fit matter for thoughtful con
sideration. In many particulars we
-agree with the suggestions contained
therein; in some we differ; in others
we go even further. We favor a~ bi~
-nnial session of the Legislature, a
cutting down of expenses, and a rais
ing of the value of the property of the
-State to something that appears just
.and equitable. We believe the coun
ty equaliztion board guilty of a
fraud when they cut down to three or
four dollars the price of land return
e d at much higher figures, when they
know that land to be worth three or
*four times what they agree to essesE
it at. Anid so it is with personal
property. All over the State, there is
a disposition by the equalization
board to assess propeity at a value
far too loi&.. We favor quadrennial
election of State and county officers,
and a thorough diseussion of all ques
tions in connection with the office
sought by the candidate, and we favor
edueation and natural inteigence s
the basic qualific-ation for every office.
We believe that so many experimen
tal stations (costly experiments to the
State) will cost far more than they
will amount tos. We believe that a
more efficient government in this
State ean be obtained at a less ex
pense-at least twenty-five per cent.
less. We believe that "demagogues
and fence agraddlers and weak-kneed
individuals" should be left out of the
Legislature, but we also believe it to
be a hard matter to convince a ma
jority of the votes of such a necessity.
We are not in favor of a constitution
al convention. The same end can be
accomplished by the Legislature, and
with less danger of a revolution
There. is no telling what a con
stitutional convention would do.
The same objectionable men
would be in suehi a convention
as are in the Legislature. We have de'
cided opinions on several other sub
jects, and among them, that if the
Farmer's Association and its adjuncts
. cannot do any better this year than
two years ago, th'at they will be pro
ductve f moe hrm tan ood
The President has nominated M. W.
Fuller, of Chicago, U. S. Chief Justice.
Fragments from Foreston.
Fons-Tos, April0.-Dull, duller, dullest.
Ap Frierson still lives, and is apparently
better to the wonder of not only his friends
but of the medical profession also.
Mr. W. T. P. Sprott's store was again
robbed last week of about $1.65 worth of
bacon. This time by the boy Joe Troy
who was sent to the asylum as insane a
year or two ago. Owing to these circum
stances 3r. Sprott accepted a compromise
and will not prosecute.
The Rev. J. W. McRoy, of the Metho
dist Conference, is visiting his brother, L.
M. MdRoy, our estimable townsman. Mr.
McRoy preached for us on Friday night an
excellent sermon on Charity, and again last
night he gave us a splendid one on the Res
urrection of the dead. He leaves to-day to
visit friends at Cades. S. C. The Rev. J.
C. Counts, former pastor of this church,
is also on a visit to friends here. He preach
ed for us on yesterday, his subject being
Magnifying Christ. Mr. Counts is a favor
ite with all of us, and we are glad to wel
come him and his estimable family among
A Remarkable Remedy for Blood Poison.
(Editorial in New Orleans Picayune,
May, 1887.) '
S. S. S.-Those whose blood is
poisoned will find a very interesting
article on another page from C. E.
Mitchell, West Twenty-third street,
New York, who had been suffering
from this complaint ten years and
was completely cured by the use of the
S. S. S. There is nothing on the top
of the earth better than .this remark
able remedy for blood poison. Re
member, in buying, to see that y on
get the genuine, as so many imita
tions of this great medicine are on
the market. Write to the Swift Spe
cific Company, Atlanta, Ga., for a
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases,
which will be mailed free to anyone.
An Enemy to Poison.
The New Orleans Picayune, July
7th, 1887, says editorially: "The
medicine of the Swift Specific Com
pany, renowned for their wonderful
cures in case of blood poisoning, are
always backed up by the best known
names, coupled with the most desper
"If this medicine could only cure a
local sore it would not be worthy of
name, but to eradicate from the blood
all impurity, even that which is her
editary, makes it what is claimed for
it-a boon to mankind."
A Voice From Virginia.
(Danville, Va., Times, April 21, 1887.)
"S. S.,-.By the way, that valua
ble medicine cured one of our citi
zens who had upwards of-thirty boils.
He tried various other medicines and
several mineral waters, but nothing
else afforded him the desired relief.
This testimony we give unsolicited,
and without the knowledge of the pro
Books on "Contagious Blood Poi
son" and on "Blood and Skin diseases"
mailed free. For sale by all drug
The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3,
Mr. D. M. Bradham has had his
grist mill put in first-clas repair, and
is running it every day in the week.
He asks that he be given a trial, and
says that he can give satisfaction.
The Southern Baptist Convention will
hold its next session with the First Baptist
Church of Richmond, Va., on Friday, May
mh i nsery experienced when we sud
deny become aware that we possess a
clarrangement called a stomach.
The stomach is the reservoir from which
every fibre and tissue must be nourished,
andanytroublowith Itissoon feltthrough
out the whole system. Among a dozen
dyspeptics no two will have the same pre
mental power and a billous temperament
are subject to Sick Headacho: those,
fiesby and phlegmatic have Constipation,
while the thin and nervousare abandoned
togloomay forebodings. Some dyspeptics
are wonderfully forgetful; others have
great irritability of temper.
Whatever form Dyspepsia may take,
one thing is certain,
The underlying cause is
in the LIFER,
and one thing more is equally certain, no
one will remain a dyspeptic who will
It winl correct
* Acidity of the
0 and, attheosame
Start the Liver to working,
when all other troubles
"My wife was a confirmed dyspeptic. Some
three years ago by- the advice of Dr. steiner, of
Augusta, she was mnduced to try Simmons Liver
Regulator. I feel grateful for the relief it has
given her, and may all who read this and are
Iafflictedmi any way, whether chronic or other
wise, use simmons Liver Regulator and I feel
confident, health will be restored to all who will
be advised."-wVa. M. Kzsu, Fort Valley, oa.
See that you get the Genuine,
with red Z on front of wrapper,
MCEPPASKD ONLY BY
J.EH. ZEHJN &~ 0., Philadelphia. Pa,
Talmage a Teetotaler.
NEW YonK, April 29.-The Rev. T. De
witt Talmage, of Brooklyn, before deliver
ing his sermon to-day, made the following
"An infamous falsehood has gone into
every city and neighborhood of this coun
try, and been discussed by hundreds of
1newspapers, a report saying that in recently
entertaining the officers of the 13th regi
meat at my honse I gave them four kinds3
of wine. There was not a drop of wine or
any kind of intoxicating liquor, twenty-live
Igentlemen present being witnesses. I will
give a thousand dollars reward to any one
wh il rv that one drop of wine was
charitable institution that may be named
Iby any respectable clergyman, lawyer, er
detective, such person being. judge in the
whole matter. T1hat which li suppose was
told as-a, joke is being used all over the
land to give the- impression that temper
ance mnare hypocrites. I respectfully
ask the newspapers which have been misled
HOW DO WE DIG OUR GRAVES ?
We must eat or we cannot live.
This we all know. But do we all
know that we die by eating ? It is
said we dig our graves with our
teeth. How foolish this sounds.
Yet it is fearfully trae. We are ter
rified at the approach of the cholera
and vellow fever, yet there is a dis
ease constantly at our doors and in
our houses far more dangerous and
destructive. Most people have in
their own stomachs a poison, more
slow, but quite as fatal as the germs
of those maladies which sweep men
into eternity by thousands without
warning in the times of great epi
demics. But it is a mercy that, if
we are watchful, we can tell when
we are threatened. The following
are among the symptoms, yet they
do not always necessarily appear in
the same order, nor are they always
the same in different cases. There
is a dull and sleepy feeling; a bad
taste in the mouth, especially in the
morning; the appetite is change
able, sometimes poor and again it
seems as though the patient could
not eat enough, and occasionally no
appetite at all; dulness and slug
gishness of the mind; no ambition
to study or work; more or less head
ache and heaviness in the head;
dizziness on rising to the feet or
moving suddenly ; furred and coat
ed tongue; a sense of a load on the
stomach that nothing removes; hot
and dry skin at times; yellow tinge
in the eyes; scanty and high-colored
urine ; sour taste in the mouth, fre
quently attended by palpitation of
the heart; inipaired vision, with
spots that seem to be swimming in
the air before the eyes; a cough,
with a greenislh-colored expecto
ration; poor nights' rest; a sticky
slime about the teeth and gums;
hands and feet cold and clammv
irritable temper and bowels bound
up and costive. This disease has
puzzled the physicians and still puz
zles them. It is the commonest of
ailments and yet the most compli
cated and mysterious. Sometimes
it is treated as consumption, some
times as liver complaint, and then
again as malaria and even heart dis
ease. But its real nature is that of
constipation anddyspepsia. It arises
in the digestive organs and soon.
affects all the others through the
corrupted and poisoned blood.
Often the whole body-including
the nervous system-is literally
starved, even when there is nc
emaciation to tell the sad story.
Experience has shown that thereie
put one remedy that can certainly
cure this disease in all its steges.
namely, Shaker Extract of Roots or
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup. It
never fails but, nevertheless, no time
should be lost in trying other so
called remedies, for they will do no
good. Get this great - vegetable
preparation. (discovered by a Tener
ablo nurse whose name is a house
hold word in Germany) and be sure
to get the genine article.
GIVEN UP BY SEvEN DOcTORS.
Shaker Extract of Roots or Sei
gel's Syrup has raised me to good
health after seven doctors had given
me up to die with consumption.
So writes R. F. Grace, Xirkman
ville, Todd Co., KEy.
. E EED OF IT JUST rN TIME.
"I had been about given up to
die with dyspepsia when I first eaw
the advertisement of Shaker Extract
of Roots or Seigel's Syrup. After
using four bottles I was able to at
tend to my business as well as ever.
I know of several cases of chills and
fever that have been cured by it."
So writes M1r. Thos. Pullum, of Tay
lor, Geneva Co., Ala.
woRTH TEN DOLLARS A BOTTLE.
Mr. Thomas P. Evans, of the firm
of Evans & Bro., Merchants, Horn
town. Accomack Co., Va., writes
that he had been sick with digestive
disorders for many'vears and had
tried many physician~s and medi
ines without benefit. He began to
use Shaker Extract of Roots or Sei
gel's Syrup about the 1st of Jan.
1887, and was so much better in
three weeks that he considered him
self practically a well man. He
adds: "I have at this time one bot
tle on hand, and if I could not get
any more I woould not takce a Len
dolar bill for it."
All druggists, or Address A. 3.
White, Limited. 54 Warren St. N.Y.
On Saturday, April23.1, Rw.. Martin Ead
y an aged Miethodist mini'ter living in
illiamsburg county, endeavored to stop a
un away horse near Lynches Lake by get
ting in front of it, when he was thrown
own and trampled on by the animal, re
eiving injuries that will prove fatal.
The city council of Sumter has elected
he folliowing police < fficers: F. W. Cross
ell, chief of police: W. H. Epperson, 1st
etenant; C. H. Jones, 2nd lieutenant;
. H. Weeks and IV. H. Commtander, pri
ates; L. M1. Rembert, superintendsnt of
strets; Mdoses Harrison, janitor and iamp
iiater; Philip Bossard, scavenger.
Sumter pays her offcers the following sal
ries: M.ayor. $300 per anum; Clerk and
reasurer. $000 per annm, vwith per
uisites; Chief of Police, $75 per month;
wo Lieutenants, $50 each per month; one
Ispector of Streets, $50 per month; two pri
vates, $40 each per month; Lamupiighter,
45 per month; driver of the scavenger cart.
$15 per mouth; making a yearly total of
For The NERVOUS
Fitzhugh Lee's Opinion.
NEW YonE, . April 26.-General William
Henry Fitzhcgh Lee, of Virginia, said to
day in an intt rview that Cleveland will be
renominated by acclamation at the St. Lou
is convention, and the President's latest
message to Congress will be substantially the
platform of the convention. General Lee
thinks Mahoneism is dead in Virginia,
since Mahone has been deserted by all the
men who helped him to power; Wise, Cam
eron and Brady among others.
JOSEPH F. RHAME,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MANNING. S. C.
Valuable Florida Land for Sale,
I give notice, that I am agent for the
Land Department of the Florida Southern
Railway Company, which owns large
bodies of valuable and choice lands in va
rious parts of the State of Florida, now on
the market in quantities to suit purchasers.
Any information wanted concerning these
lands can be obtained by applying to the un
JOSEPH F. RlHAME,
- Manning, S. C.
JOHN S. WILSON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
trn~ nn in g, S. C.
DR. G. ALEN HUGGINS
- - OFFICE. --
Manning and Kingstree.
-OFFIcE DAYS -
Kingstree, from 1st to 12th of each month.
Manning, from 12th to 1st of each month.
- OFFIcE Iotrs
9A. 1. tol P.M. and2to4P. M.
Manning Shavig Parlor.
HAIR CUTTING ARTISTICALLY EXECUTED.
and Shaving clone with best Razors. Spec
ial attention paid to shampooing ladies'
I have had considerable experience in
severil large cities, and guarantee satisfac
tion to my customers. Parlor next door to
E. D. HAMILTON.
[GEO. E. ToAuF. Hx tv OuzvIan.]
Geo1 E, Toale & Co.
MANUFACTURERS AND WIOLESALE
-'L" ET A.TTS I
Scroll Work, Turning and
Inside Finish. Builder's Hard
ware, and General
OFFICE AND SALESROOMS.
10 and.12 H ayne Street,
REAR CHARLESTON HOTEL,
Glharleston, S. C.
All, Work Gruarauteed.
#& Wrife for 'estinastes.
F. VON OVEN,
SUCCESSOR TO C, 0. AIRENS.
Staple and Fancy BrooerieS
T AB LE L UX URJIES,
Charleston, S. U.
J. J. BRAGDON,
Real -Estate Agent,
FORESTON, S. C.
Offers for sale on Main Street. in business
portion of the town, TWO STORES, with
suitable lots: on Manning andl R. R. stree-ts
TWO COTTAGE REsIDENCES, 4 and 6
rooms; and a number of VACANT LOTS
suitable for residences, and in different lo
calities. Terms iReasonable.
MANNING, S. C.
And all leading Watches, Spectacles, and
AlWork Warranted. )
A NERVE TONIC.
Celer an c'a he pboinntn
eTonics. It strengthens and
equs the anou stecrn
~ AN ALT ERA ATIVE.
. t n v es o g p oisn
shed bood.rfigat nihn t
it cu-es habitual constipation, and
ensmt~es eflarhabit Itstegh
d A DIURETIC.. h etadms
D$t$edin ticoth Ma temd
ef'ective remed-ies for diseases of the,
kides tfa berelied onto givo
Hundreds t i ha ebOlhs?
e be'~t. Send~orcaur,gmaig
price s1.e~ Bolt by Druggist.:
WELLS, RICH RSON & CO., Prop's
IIUR GTON.~ VT.
CITIZENS OF CLARENDON!
STAND BY YOUR COUNTY SEAT!
TO THE FRONT!
Having selected my stock with utmost care, I can
safely say that it is the most complete line ever offered
by me since 1871, consisting of
ALL WOOL ALBATROSS, Striped and Plain,
GINGHAMS, Plain and Crinkled SEERSUCKERS,
DIAGONAL SATINE and CASHMERE,
ROMAN DRAPERY, SCRIM NET,
WARWICK PLAIDS, NUN'S VEILING.
WHITE GOODS and TRIMMINGS
Ladies' and Misses' Corsets, Lisle Thread Hose, Clair
Tidies, Lamp Mats, Linen Towels, &c., &c.
Oil Window Shades, all Colors, at Prices which are
sure to please.
My stock of SHOESI Men's Boys' and
can't be beat for COM-C CLOTH
rOL-and LAST. Children's CL rH
FORTand LAST. INfG in LATEST
Latest novelties mny
L Men's Boys' and Chil-1 TYLES, and P E R
dren's Straw Hats. FEC FIT.
My stock of GROCEIUS is always FRESH and at LOWEST
CROCKERY-WARE. TIN-WARE, HARD-WARE, and FARM
I do not qnote prices ac they mislead, but I like opposition and
I defy competition Don't mind showing goods. Come and con
vince yourself. Samples given with pleasure.
Thnking the public for their past liberal patronage, andsolicit
ing a continuance of same, I am, Very Respectfully,
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TZ LADIES' EMPORIU
MrTWO DOORS BELOW RIGBYS,ia -
Manning, S. C.
E respectfully call attention to this new Enterprise,: :
~+Vwhich meets a long felt wanf in this community. .
--A FIRST CLASS
Wi Ladies' Store t _
WITH COMPLETE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK, AND WITH THE :
MILLNERY AND DRESS MAEING
rrDepartment in highly competent hands. We are now re
ceiving the Prettiest and Cheapest stock of Dress Goods:
rwith 'rimmings of all kinds to match, White Goods with
Ethe newest kinds of Embroideries and Laces. Neckwvear,:
(,lov es, Fans, Parasols, Corsets. Bustles. All of the La
test Styles. Also, an . Elegant Line of
EFrench and American Millinery.3
---I will lbe assisted in the dress making Depairtmnent by
:Miss Epps, a lady of rare taste and skill, from the
city of Charleston. Ladies from the country wil
find for their accommodation a comfortable
Ma~s. L. A. BROWN, Manager.
----EADQUARTERS5 FOR CHEAP GOODS.
FERDINAND L EVI,
Bogin's old stand, sUMITER, S. C.
(reeting to Claren&>n :
I am now selling goods at Hard-pan prices. Call and
BargainlS in e-very Line.
I sell you special Bargains in every department, such as
Ers-Lex-y, Ocrsets, G-icves,
T..ac1ie' cocis~, Tra.-rnerg Eciing,
Anii ClcthiIg IN THE vERY LATEsT STYLES.
I have on hand a full line of staple and Fancy
which will be sold at the lowest prices. Call once and you'll call again.
Especial attention paid to Trimmnings in the latest styles.
Samples sent by mail on application.
My Clarendon friends may feel assured that a warm recep
tion and kind and courteous attention awaits them at my store.
t will he to your' interest to get my prices before buying
elsewhere. F . LE VI.,
Bogin's old stand, Sumter, S. C.
Mrs. A. Edwards
Keeps always on hand at the
a full supply, and choice assortment, of
FAMILY AND FAY GROCERIES.
Bread, Cake, Candy, Fruit,Etc.
I always give a full 100 cents worth of goods for the Dollar
MRS. A. EDWARDS. Manning, S. C.
Atto~rney at Law. F N is n
1a nn i ng , S. C. INSURANCE AGENT
. Nov r Pu Ali with seaL MANNING. S. C.
R. MARSHALL& CO.
Se HARDWARE. MECHANTS.
139 MEETIrG STREr, Charleston, S. C.
Sole Agents For
STARKE'S DIXIE PLOUGHS,
AVERY & SON'S PLOUGHS
DOW LAW COTTON PLANTER
AND GUANO DISTRIBUTORS
Iron Age Harrows and Cultivators, Roman
Plough Stock, Washburne & Moem's
Galvanized Fence Wire, Cham
pion Mowers and Keapers.
WATSON'S TURPENTINE TOOLS
Manufactured in Fayetteville, N. C. Every
Tool absolutely warranted and
if broken will be
Also Dealers In
AGRICULTURAL ST L,
Hoop Iron, Horse and Mule Shoes, Wood
and Tin ware, Coopers tools, Miners
Tools, Cutlery, Guns and Sport
Prices made on application.
James Allan & Co.
The place to get reliable goods,
Watches, Jewelry, Silver
ware, Clocks, S-.;
ver Plated-ware, -Spec
tacles, and Eye-glasses.
Special attention i called to our stock of
Watches in Gold and Silver and Nickel
Best Goods at Lowest Prices.
Silver Double Case Watches, $7.50, $10.00,
and $15, up to the finest railroad time piece.
Ladies' Gold Watches $30, $40, and $4
A fine stock of Surveyors' and Draght
men's tools and material.
r&' Watches and Jewelry carefully re
JA IES ALLAN & CO.,
285 KnoG STRET,
[s1GN OF DRUM cLOcK.) .
CHARL.ESTON, S. C.
C.Wui iern& Co1,
Flour a Specialty.
171 and 1'73 East Bay, . Charleston, S. C,
WM. Burmester & Co.
HAY AND GRAIN,
Red Rust Proof Oats. a Spe
Otposite Kerr's Wharf,
CHARLESTON S. C.
]E M I CA-.
DRUUGGISTS and COUNTRY mersbua
supplied with the nwsr ooons, at the Lowzm
Dr H BAER,
Wholesalei Druggist, Nos. 131 & 103
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
McGalhan, rown & Evans,
Dry Goods, BootS, Shoes, and
Nos. 224, 226 and 228 Meeting St.
Charleston, S. C.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
First Class ina. all its Appointmewnts,
Srupplied with all Modern Improvements
Excellent Cuismne, Large Airy- Rooms,
Otis Passenger Elevator, Elec
tric Bells and Lights, Heat
RA TES, $2.00, $250 AND) $3.00.
Rooms Reserved by Mail or Telegraph.
Jons~ F. Wzasxn, L. H. QvzsoLLo.
JOHN F'. WERNER & 00.
PROVISION DE ALTERS,
164 and 1663 East Bay, and 29 and 31 ten
CHARLESTON, S. C.
STEAM DYE WORKS,
326 Ki SmnE;
Side, - - Near George
Work Delivered Free of Charge.
Early Rose, Burbanks, Goodrich,
Direct Importations; Guaranteed Pur
est on the Market.,
HENRY BAYER & SON,
Cbarleston, S. C.
RICE BEER ! RICE BEER !
We are the sole manufacturers of this de
licious and healthy beverage, which after
having been analyzed by all the eminent
chemists in Atlanta, Ga., during "Prohibi
tion" and after the most searching scrutiny
for traces of alchohol, was allowed to be sold
free of State and city license, and so also
more recently after further analyzing in Flor
ida. It fills a long felt want for a stimulant
and appetizer tha't is not intoxicatng; plea'
ant to the taste, contains nourishment and
specially snited for persons of weak and del
icate constitutions. It,bas the taisteof lager
beer of the finest flavor; besides, to add to
its purity and medicinal qualities, is special
ly made of our celebrated world renowned
original Artesian well waiter. Put up in
cases of one dozen pints at $1 25 per dozen;
five dozen at $1 per dozen, and in casks of
ten dozen each at 90 cents per dozen., Cash
must accompany each order. Copyrighted
and patent applhed for.
We have no Agents, and none genumne
unless ordered direct tromn
CRAMER & KERSTEN,
Steam Soda and Mineral Water Works4
Charleston, S.. C., U.. S. E:.