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THE MANNING TIMES.
Published Every Wednesday.
S. A. NETTLES,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 2
M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT,
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S. A. NETTLES, 3
Manning, S. C. r
Wednesday, May 9, 1888.
Your Name in Print.
-Mr. R. M. Thompson, of Salem, was in -
town last week.
-Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Mood spent last I
week in Sumter. -
-Mrs. and Miss Grenewald, of Wilming- 3
thsare.visiting at Mr. W. Levi's. . I
-Mr. Gustave Alexander spent Suniday in o
Maitn. It is -rumored that after next
month he will not visit Marion so often; e
.Mr. R. M. Dean received a telegram Sun- f
day night that his brother in Mayesville was 3
quite ill. He left the following morning
-Mr. Thos. Bell, of Lancaster, is on a visit
to his nephew, W. K. Bell. Mr. Thos.
Bell is over eighty years of age; and last
Thursday, when he boarded the train on
the 3 C's Railroad, it was the first time he 3
bad ridden on a train since 1836, when he
was returning from the Indian war in Flor
ida. Mr. Bell says there is a very great
difference between the railroad travel then
and now. The S. C. R. R. was the only
railroad then in the State.
-Summerton has organized a base ball
Choice lot of Magnolia Hams at S. A.
-An ice cream festival to-morrow night b
at Capt. J. A. McClures's, near Harvin's
-The Democratic County Convention
will meet next Saturday in the court house. r
Bananas, and a new stock of fresh grocer- f
ies,. for sale at M. Kalisky's cheap cash
-Ap Frierson, of Foreston, who was so a
badly hurt at Greeleyville, three weeks ago, v
continues to improve, and says he will get P
-The Oak Grove Sunday-school will have e
a picnic Saturday, May 19th. The Man- !
ning Methodist Sunday-school has been in- fc
ited to join with them. a
-=The school picnic last Friday was a
very enjoyable occasion. Every one who fa
attended seemed to have a good time. The Y
fetivities of the day were continued till 31i
o'clock at night. tI
S.-A. Bigby's is the place to get Picnic
k..Joe Crumity got in a fight last Saturday ~
'with another negro at Wilson's Mill, and
received a severe scalp wounid to the bone,
and a deep cut in the shoulder. .Neither of c
the 'ounds was dangerous.v
-We were in Sumter last week, and were d
surprised at the immense cash trade Mr. tJ
"Ferdinand Levi is doing. He is doing a 14
larger busmness, in our opinion, than any
other merchant in the place.
-All communications, resolutions of clubs,p
and~suoh like, that are intended primarily P
*to -endorse candidates and further their in
terest, will be charged for at regular rates, aa
and must be accompanied by the cash to J
-Mrs. Elizabeth Richbourg, of this plice, h
*haa for a number of years been suffering v
writh a large cancerous sore on her face. 0
Some months ago she obtained several bot- ~
ties of S. S. S. and has received great bene-Ih
fit therefrom. She thinks afew more bot- bh
tIes would cure her.
2000 pounds beeswax wanted at M. Ka
lisky's. Highest price paid.
--Atthelastmeeting of the Good Templars
in this place the following offcers were
elected: Rev. H. MI. Mood, C. T.; Mfrs
Kate G. Harvin, V. T.; J. K. Lesesne, I. S.;
S. A. Nettles, F. S.; Mrs. L. M.Lesesne, T.;
E.E.Dickson, C.; C. R. Harvuin, Jr., MI.;e
W. C. Bagnal, G.; Thompson Wilder, S. c
The installation of these offiers will be to
morrow evening at 8 o'clock, at the rest
denceeof Mr. C. R Harvin.
-The residence of Dr. H. L. Wilson, near
Jordan, which he had but recently repaired ~
and finnished, preparatory to his expected ~
marriage, was burned last Wednesday. b
The fire was first discovered in the ceiling a
above the stove, and as no fire had been
:made in this room it isthought the fire wasa
of an incendiary origin. There was no in
murance on the house. Dr. Wilson a
was to have been married the next day, butc
on account of the loss of his house, the mar
riage has been postponed.a
Sugar cured hams, warranted sonnd, only
10 cents at hI. Xalisky's.
-One day last month, h)ave Tucker went
*to the railroad station to get some corn- and
..onba that had been shipped to him, and s
on the trip had the misfortune to get his ~
horse injured in one of his feet, which
caused him to travel slowly and to limiP a
considerably. This in itself annoyed Dave
greatly, but to add to his annoyance every
one he met would speak to him and ask 3
what was the matter with his horse, where- r
upon the horse yould stop, and with diff- C
culty could be induced to start again. Dave C
met agreat many people, withithe same re
salt except that each time he got a little 1
madder. To every one he would assign a
different reason for his horse's lameness. I
*Finally he met an old lady who accosted t
him with the usual salutation, "Mister, your I
horse is lame." The horse, ez tr re, stopped ~
and rested on three feet. "Yes, ma'am, I
am aware of that fact." "Well, what's the C
matter with him?" "The fast train ran over
him a little while ago, and came near kill
ing him.'' "La's a massy, an' it didn't kill
'im; be you tellin' me the truth, for I taket
you to be that ar preacher that came to see
me some time ago." This was too much for
Dave. He owned up to handling the truth
*carelessly, but denied -identity with the! t
preacher. After a half hour's further con- S
sultation, he prevailed on his old horse tor
move on and in due time reached home.
Get ourgrist, meal, and lumber from D. M.
.Brah~m' grst ad sw mil.
)larendon's Confederate Pension Roll
The following is a list of the names of the
>arties in Clarendon who have applied for
,pension, in all 53. Forty-five of these
rave been approved and nine rejected, the
tames of those rejected being printed in
!alic type.. Most of those rejected will be
econsidered by the board, and probably
pproved. The total number of claims in
he State that have been approved is 1,085,
rhich will require SG5,100 annually to pay
hem. But many more will probably be ap
roved, making the pension roll about
Mr. James E. Davis, clerk of court, has
eceived a S5 check for each of the claim
nts below, which they can get only
y applying to him in person, and giving to
im a power of attorney to receipt for the
ioney. The pensions for the parties be
>w begin with April, and are payable at
be end of each month-$5 monthly.
NEW ZIoN.-W. H. Hobbs, Mrs. Susan E.
ibbons, Mrs. Flaverly N. Lavender, Mrs.
f. A. Welch, Mrs. Mary E. Knowlton, C. L.
MsYIsrs.-Mrs. Mary J. Hodge. Mrs.
lartha E Burgess, H J Holladay, P T Car
away, Philip T Drayion, Jno P Strange, Mrs
)olly Stone, Mrs C A Plowden, Mrs Marga
et E Thames, Mrs H R Frierson. Friendly
olb, Jno J Jeffers, Thos K Hilton, Mrs
Iary E Wise, Mrs Rebecca C Timmons.
ev. S W Kirton, J ' Mims, Mrs Susan
ohnson, Manning A Bel, Ben F Flemming.
FonEsTos.-J P Mronzon, Warren D
atts, Mrs Alnira Cantey, Mrs Mary E
idgeway, Mrs Elizabeth H Graham, Mrs
ary A Dennis, Mrs Annie Richbourg, Mrs
J Watts, Mrs Eunice Richbourg. Mrs La
BETzE.-R M Thompson, H E Rob
'son, airs Catherine Floyd, Mrs Ann Bar
eld, Mrs Delia Floyd. Mrs Isabella Welch,
frs Jane Smith, J W Hicks, Mrs Luranza L
Inr.-Frank M Johnson.-1.
Omxma->. -Shade H Driggers.-1.
PAcxsvHz iEn.-Mrs. L E Johnson, Thos H
ScxMEEros.-J N Cobia.---.
Morns BnuoE.-J W Langston, Mrs
lartha A E Hewit.-2.
Psor.a.-Mrs N A Elliott.-1.
Jonnas.-Mrs James C Hodge.-1.
Mortgaged for $5000 a Mile.
(The following was written for last week,
ut was crowded out. Col. Gaunt was in
>wn May 1st.]
The TIEs's representative met a venera
ble looking gentleman, seemingly of the old
shool, in front of the court house yesterday,
ad accosted him thus: "Pardon me, sir,
ut I am connected with one of the papers
f our little town, and would like to get
our name, and any thing of public interest
)u may impart will be appreciated." The
,ply was, sharply, "No, sir, I have nothing
>r you. You nepspaper reporters pry into
>o many matters that don't concern you
iy way. A lady even can't visit a friend
ithout her name being brought out in
ablic print. Nothing for you, sir, noth
g." Seeing that the "quills" were "on
id," the news man was careful to attempt
ailing one only at a time in his picking,
id while easing himself off, elicited the
llowing facts. The gentleman was Col.
lines L. Gaunt, of Charleston. who resides
Summerville. He came here to record a
ortgage over the Eutawville Railroad, in
vor of the "Loan and Trust Co.," of New
ork, for $8000, per mile. This insures the
yeedy conpletion of the road. He will
icord.the same in Sumter to-day, and re
rn to Charleston to-night. Col. Gaunt is
.e grand-son of Judge Gaunt, the associ
ate and Intimate friend of O'Neill. He
ars the watch worn by his grand-father
i every Bench in the State. The watch is
old inglish make, and has been in the
mily a hundred years. It still keeps ex
lient time. He is the president of the
stry of old Goose Creek church, and wrote
>queen Victoria, informing her of the
aiage done the old colonial building by
e earthquake, but "the rascals" sent the
ter back without delivering it to the
neen. He thinks the political situation
ark. Says the constitution of our fathers
trampled under foot by' "the vulgar des
otism of an irresponsible nmajority." The
resent constitution can be summed up in
ree words, "might makes right." The
'eos and Cbta'rier, he thinks, is all for self,
ad has been ever since the days of "dear
sehus." He called the "war between
ie tates'' a "rebellion,"and for doing so
e deserves the contempt of every Southern
eart. These are but a fewer part of the
ry few facts gathered from an averse, un
trusive and reticent gentleman, as the
wsman retired. We will send the Colo
el a sample copy of the paper, and oh!
ow we would smile were he to send us a
ig wheel and a little wheel for a year's
News from Panola.
asora&, May 7.-A tour under instruc
on from Sheriff Lesesne afforded me con
derable pleasure to learn of the farming
terest of the north-western portion of the
>unty. I made a general canvass of two
>wnships, Fulton and Calvary. The farm
~s all along the line from here as high up as
apt. Manning's, white and colored, seem
>enjoy life, with every advantage of a
od crop this year. I believelIam safe in
Lying there is a considerable improvement
i former years. Corn looks well; cotton
o so good. This is owing to bad stands.
as planted in the fall, I think, were never
etter. A.s a general thing crops are good,
ad show that the people are at work.
Those Fultonites are full of cleverness,
ad abound with hospitality. I missed the
mial face of Argonaut, your able corres
ondent. It always gives me pleasure to
eet him, and grip his paw. There is in
>urse of formation a new Democratic club,
ing made up of the voters of the eastern
art of Fulton club. Unhapily, two years
go the proceedings were not harmonous,
ad this unpleasantness still fosters illfeel
ig. I have been told a new organization
Svery essential to the success of the Demo
ratic cause up there.
I am serving tax executions, which Leces
itates much unnecessary riding. When
ie Sheriff gave me a batch of papers, I was
ager for the fray, thinking I had a perfect
a~rl bed, or had struck a bonanza. I am
shamed to tell the public how badly I was
chawed." I soon found there was a total
ereliction of duty somewhere, or somne
ody had done somne miserably bad book
eeping. I paid dear for the whistle, as
ie out of ten held receipts. Our publici
fieers had better beware. An enragedj
rmmunity are determined to look these~
atters square in the face. It is strange
gic that executions are sent out to worry
nd disturb our people when they have
aid their taxes. I tell ycu, Mr. Editor,
ese wrongs will be righted at the pri
iaries. But more about this subject here
A delightful rain puts a smile on the face
f every farmer. It was very much needed.
Picnics are the order of the day: Flood's
211, May 12th; Reynolds's mill, May 19th.
tis expected that candidates will furnish
eir baskets. TOM.
A Poor Town.
The town council of Lexington advertise
heir notices on a tree or a barn door, or
omething of the sort, instead of publish
ag their advertisements in their loe-d news
aper. It must be an irksome business for
e tax-payers of that town to go around
nmining barn doors to find official no
The treat Destroyer.
What the cause of paralysis, this great
destroyer of health and life, is, no physi
cian or scientist has yet been able to accu
rately determine to the sati.faction of
mankind, and it is equally true that this
disease is becoming every day more pre
talent. Medical men say that it is
brought on sometimes from one cause
and sometimes 'from another; but the
fact that cases of paralysis are of almost
daily occurence at the Hot prings and
other re-orts for the treatment of blood
and skin diseases, could seek to indicate
that the continued use of strong mineral
poisons is a great factor in producing
this much dreaded scourge. This, of
course, could probably not happen, pro
vided these strong mineral mixt arcs
were always administered under the eye
of a competent physician. But when
compounded into nostrums the consum
er does not know hoto large a dose of
these poisons he is taking, and conse
quently runs the risk of being liable to
all the dangers of an unwise use of min
Persons, therefore, sufering from
blood poison or skin troubles, who do
not consult physicians. should be careful
of these corrosive medicines.
Sw gis Spec fic, which is endorsed ly
the best people in the United States and
leading physicians, offers to all an infal
lible, harmless, vegetable remedy for this
class of diseases.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
The Swift Spec ifc Co., Drawer 3, At
Rev Henry M1. Mood, writing to the
&ndhern Christian Advocate, says:
It will be pleasant to the readers of
the Advocate to learn that our church
is in an improving condition. The
building has been thoroughly repair
ed and paid for, and the lumber to
repair and to enlarge the parsonage on hand.
A meeting of interest is now in progress,
which began with the week of prayer and
missionary offerings. Our P. E., J. S. Beas
ley, gave us valuable service for two days.
Rev. W. B. Godbey, A. ... of Ky., and his
two assistants, Brothers Smith and Stamper,
have laboured zealously for twelve days.
Brothers Jas. S. Porter, of Foreston, T. A.
Murray, of Camden, his father, J. W. Mur
ray of Lower Darlington, W. B. Duncan,
of Oakland, and J. M. Pike of Sumter have
rendered valuable assistance at different pe
riods of the meeting. Fourteen have
united with the Church, about ten were
converted and the membership very much
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
orns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positive
ly cures Piles, or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Dinkins & Co.
You cannot afford to waste time in ex
perimenting when your lungs are in dan
;er. Consumption always seems. at first
only a cold. Do not permit any dealer to
impose upon you with some cheap imi
ation of Dr. King's New Discovery for
onsumption, Coughs and Colds, but be
ure you get the genume. Because he can
make mere profit he may tell you he has
something just as good, or just the same.
Don't be deceived, but insist upon getting
Dr. King's New Discovery, which is guaran
teed to give relief in all T1hroat, Lung and
Chest affections. Trial bottles free at Din
kins & Co.'s Drug Store. Large bottles Si.
A SOUND LEGAL OPINION.
E. Bainbridge Mundy, Esq., County Atty'.,
Clay Co., Texas says: "Have used Electric
Bitters with most happy results. My brother
also was very low with Malarial Fever and
3aundice, but was cured by timely use -of
this medicine. Am satisfied Electric Bit
ters saved his live."
Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave, Ky..
adds a like testimony, saying : He posi
tively believes he would have died, had it
ot been for Electric Bitters.
This great remedy will ward off as well
as cure all Malaria Diseases, and for all
Kidney, Liver and Stomach Disorders
stands unequaled. Price 50c. and S1 at
Dinkins & Cos Drug Store.
M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT,
PRACTICEs IN COUETs OF
CBARLESTON and CLARENDO)N.
Address Communications in care of Man
Petit Jury for May Court.
The following is a list of jurors, drawn
for the next term of court, which convenes,
G. W. Dingle, 3. P. Felder,
T. A. Davis, J. A. Montgomery,
T. W. Brailsford, IJ. B. Brown,
F. D. Wells, J. A. Sprott,
Frank MlcKnight, A. J. Hicks,
R. A. Lawrence, W. S. Briggs,
3. 3. Broughton, W. D. Gamble,
W. M. McGee, J. Steven Evans,
P. H. Broughton, H. P. Dennis,
H. L. Benbow, S. R. Cole,
W P. Corbett, W. G. Frierson,
M. R. Morris, 1T. L. Player,
B. C. Trueluck, J. H. McKnight, Sr.,
3. A. Wilder, B. P. Broadway,
3. D. Floyd. John P. Graham,
3. M. Boswell, J. M1. Shepherd,
Joseph Roberson, J. J. Gardner,
S. J McFaddin, |J. W. Hinson.
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This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength an d wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and.
cannot be sold in competition with the~ mul
tituie of low test, short weight, alum or
phosphate powders. Sokl~ only, in cans.
RonrL BarIso Pownan Co., 106 Wall St.,
PAneWs C Cox atou t sierre Tonle
which never fails. Containing Celery and
--those wo derful nerve stilantoit
f RHEUMATISM --'
Pam-Es Cuss= Cox~rorv snt~e the
R ine,. blood. It drives out the lactic acid, which
causes Rheumatism, and restores the blood
or to a healthy condition. Itis
the true rema dy forI beunatl. . 0.
the liver and kidneys to perfect health. This
crtive power, combined with its nerve
ce. makes it the best remcdy for 011L
I n = orer
stomach, and isets the neve of the diges.
isCO orn Isa noa atural
sction to the bo els Bglty surely fl
Iowa its use.
URE g, Nervous Prostration, Nervous Headache, Bomded by feasionalandbusinenn
"""CNeuraigia, Nervous Weakness, Stomach men. for book. -
and Liver Diseases, Rheumatism, Dys- Price $1.00. Sold by Druggists.
pepsia, and al affections of the Kidneya. WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO. Prop's
--HEADQUARTERS FOR CHEAP GOODS.
FERD i-INAND LEVI,
Bogin's old stand, SUMTER, S. C.
Greetinq to Clarendon :
I am now selling goods at Hard-ipan prices. Call and
Bargains in every Line.
I sell you Special Bargains in every department, such as
"EEIosiery, Co rsets' GIO'res-,
.ac.ies' Goo1cc , lr.mJberg Eciging,
Isacesa, 3?.ouncing, Cetc-, Ci c
Gents'I-*~zni er1 in GOOcis,
A.i. Cl-t.h-inrg LN THE VERY LATEST STYLES.
I have on hand a full line of Staple and Fancy
4 ROC ERI ES
which will be sold at the lowest prices. Call once and you'll call again.
Especial attention paid to Trimmings 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.
It will be to your interest to get my prices before buying
elsewhere. F . LE V I.
Bogin's old stand, Sumter. S. C.
Atlantic Coast Line.
NORTHEASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY.
CmArLESTON, 3. C.,
Sunday, Aprill, 18288.
LocAL SCennE-Nonm Bourn.
CHEAP CASH STORE, No 78. No. 52.* No.14. No.56.
L've Charleston --
12.15x 7.00 A x 4.30Px 0.00 P x
Manning, S. C, 2.50 AM 8.45Ax 6.25Px 8.20 PLx
4.20ax 10.20 A. 8.00 Px 10.05 Px
Fancy and Heavy Groceries, Can- No.27 o.
No. 23. No. 27. No. 63.* No. 61.'
ned Goods, Con12.30 A x 1.30 A Y e.50 A x 6.25 P x
Tobacco and Cigars, 2.t'2 A : 2.50 A x 9.40 a - 8.15 P x
at th& lowest - 4.35 A x 5.00 A M 11.30 a x 9.45 P M
*Daily except Sunday.
CASH PRICES..C, SEVL ADHO ~nN5
I take noi liens, but sell my goods 80 r Lns....y .3Ai
Cepfor CASH.9.8PIr.Srt . Le.1A
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Offers for saleronnMain.Stret, in1busineAs .v5.23lesal
portion o the tow,.TWO0.TRES,.wit
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TWO COTTAGE RES.ENCES.*4oand6.
suiabe orreidncsan i. iferntL'y Su1r57 a 1.694 a Bay,2.
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Regitraton N tice - LCAS.RICHDSNo. 59.,
S. P. HOLLDAY. Sh No. 78.ran vitof Ino. 1
Supevisr a Reistatin, . C Nosta58,s, an conet atd Floe-e
P. 0. addrsswithoC.S.&C.. r . ga
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationary and Portable Engines and Boi Sw
Mill Machinery, Cotton Presses, Gins, Railioadi S t~f
boat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies,
i. Repairs executed with promptness and Dispatch. Sendfor pries lists
East Bay, Cor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C1
F. J. PELzER, President. F. S. RODGERs, Treasurer
Atlantic Phosphate Company,
of Charleston, S. C.
tne dared. "ert111z erS and Iimpo ries of
-ur n- -EFL1.M.A.& -LT AzN '
Pelzer, Rodgers & Co.,
BROWN'S WHARF, - ' - CUARLESTO , S. C.
n. Mit. M. LEVI, of Manning, will be pleased to supply his
friends and the public generally, with any of the above brands
An extra refine grade of
COTTON SEED OIL.
Made Expressly for Cooking Purposes:
I This is a pure Vegetable Oil, better, cheaper, and far healthier than Iard Mapes to
all culinary uses.
Be sure and get LARDINE. If your grocer cannot supply yoff send to
WILLIAM M. BIRD & CO.,
East Bay and Cumberland Streetf
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The Cameron & Barkley Gompany.
Dealers in Railway, Steamboat, and Engineer's Supplies, Bar Iiop, Steel Sa*
Mills, Steam Engines, Grist Mills.
Wilson & Childs Wagons and Carts, Old Hickory Wagons, Cotton Preses; Oils Rtbbef
and Leather Belting.
We Guarantee the Lowest Market Prices and Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
IEETING STREET, -- -- - CHARLESTON, .0.
OTTO F. WIETERS,
WHOLESALE Dealer in Wines, Liquors, and Cigars.
No. 121 East Bay, - - - - j - Charlestok s
W.. Jon sor, JosEs Tnoxsoi,- Jas..B. Josss.
Win. Johnson & Co.,
Importers and Dealers in A -nt:2*ct and Bit-s''aki.1 -1U
oO A .iB for House and Office Use. Wharf and Depot, East End
Lawrens Street, Branch Yard, South East Bay, opp. m
Meeting Street, near Market, - - - - Charleston, 8. 0.
sto-7es, IRaiges, Car2*te,
Iron, Slate, and Marble Mantels, Force and Lift Pamps, Iron and ea~
Pipe, Plumbing materials, and Tin Roofing.
248 Meeting Street, - - - - - CharlestOik S. C
ALVA CAQE & CO.
'Pure Lake Ice.
PURE ICE FROM CONDENSED STEAM -
Ice Packed For the Country a Specialty.
North East Cor. Market and Church St., Charleston, S. C.
C. ulbern&Co.,' W r h oemnfcueso hsd
Whleal Grocerbenanlzesy.l teemnn
Flour a Specialty.
171 and 173 East Bay, Charleston, S. C, d.I lsaln etwn o tmln
Win. Burmester & Co. tetse
HAY AND GRAIN, berfth ietfvo;bidstoadt
Red Rust Proof Oats, a Spe- iauiadidcfaqaiI561l
Opposite Kerr's Wharf, fv oe t1prdzn n kcsso
CHARLESTON 5.C. tedoeeaha90cnpedze.as
Choice Drugs W aen gns n wegni
DRUGGISTS and COUNTRY mercbant EIT
supiedwt the BEST GOODS, at the LowEsTStaSoandMerlWerWkz
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, iNos. 131 & 133 L
Meeting street, Charleston, S. . M sGS , 8.0
Mc~ahanl, Brown & Evans,SoeA ntFr
Dry Goods. Boots, Shoes, COTOndAT
Nos. 224, 226 and 228 Meeting st. PluhSck ab1reMes
Charleston, S. C. onoeadeprs
PAVILION HOTEL, WASNSUREIETOL
CHARLESTON, S. C. auatrdi aetvle ~C vr
Fir4 Class in all its Appointments, Tolasltywranead
Supplied with all Modern Improvementsrpacd
Excellent Cuisime, Large Airy Rooms,AloDaesI
Otis Passenger Elevator, Elec
tric Bells and Lights, Heat- GEEAHRWR,
R~iTEs, $2.00, $250 AND $3.00). adTnae oprolMnr
Roomns Reserved by uail or Telegraph. TolCteyGusndprt
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havingWE~N &CO SEED PTAlzb.alTES.nn
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PROISON EAERSrt of ortat ioylnse, aated soals
I 04a 16 as Byan 2modr1 e r et afte futher Market.ginFr
dueRaneo the tste conAins n Lourmnn
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