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Matmi iis, S. V.,
S. A. NETTLES, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1888.
The Farmers' Association.
The Farmers' Association met last Satur
day in the court house. The object of the
meeting was to adopt the address of the
farmers' State executive committee, pub
lished in the Tns some weeks ago. In
teresting addresses were made by Jas. E.
Tindal, J. A. Mills, D. J. Bradham, and L.
H. DesChamps. The association favors the
establishment of a separate agricultural
college. The entire meeting was pleasant
and hesmonious, several members, in regl
lar lovefeast style, testifying to the fact
that it has done them good to be members
of the association. Such meetings should
be better attended by the farmers. We
would infer from remarks by Mr. Des
Champs and Mr, Tindal that candidates
will have to express their views on certain
subjects, before they can get the farmers'
votes. Not a thing wrong in this. Every
candidate should have some well defined
gquMeation for the office he seeks, and
ogtto be 'iln to let it be known.
D . L. H. De~aa was elected letdpresi
dent, and Mr. Jos. Sprott, Jr., secretary.
The association is to meet again in July.
Only Six Months for a Melnos ' Crime.
W. H. Rembert, white, and Becky Frier
son, colored, were convicted last week in
Sumter, of living in open adultery, and each
was seat to the penitentiary for six months.
We are informed that only a few years ago
Rembert married a beautiful young girl,
and after living with her only a short while,
"took up with"or "went back to" a black
negressof ratherrepulsive charms, and wast
ed his living on her, going so far even,
in his immoral degredatian,- an to give
her his wife's jewelry. His wife ap
peared in the court house as a witness
against him. And yet for all this, Judge
Adrih, according to his idea of right
and justice(?), saw fit to send each of them
to the penitentiary only six months ! We
cannot see the justicein sending a poor
ignorant negro woman, the tool of this
man's accursed black-heartedness. six
months to the penitentiary ; while a white
man of intelligence, a perjurer of his mari
tal vows, is seat for only the same time.
Ten years-a life sentence-would have
been too short for him.
The Winthrop Training School.
Attention has already been called to the
prospective examination, to be held at Man
ning, on the third day of July next, of
young women desirous of obtaining the
beneficiary schlarship inthe aboved named
Institution, to which this County is entitled,
but the importance of the subject warrants
us, we think, in adding something to what
has already been published concerning it.
The=Winthrop Training School for teach
ers was incorporated for the purpose of ed
ncsting and training persons desirous of
following the profession of teaching. Ac
cording to an act of the Legislature, pub
lished in last week's T'Is, "there shall be
appointed annually from every county in
the State, ne young woman who has not
the necessary means, to a beneficiary schol
arship in said school."
Here is a golden opportunity for some
young woman; not having the necessary
means, but posessing the talent and ambi
tion to become thorough in the art of teach
ing to do so. Such an one can have, if suc
cesulypsing the eamination, the ad
vantage oftis training school for nine
months, free of cost, thtis to say, the State
pain the expenses. The inmportance of5
suc .dB~t~eScan searcely be over-esti
mated. Inl the departmients of brain!
work as wellas manual labor, it is becom
ing more and more the rule to employ such
persons only as have been traine in the
particular calling or profession in which
servies are required; teaching is no excep-l
tion to the rule, and, even now, the trained
tachers are gradually, but surely, displac-i
l those who have not been specially
tramned in their professions.
Let us hope that the young women of
Clarendon will not be bakadi enter
ing the competing list for the beneficiary
scoasi; there are many ambitious.
talented. and deserving young women in
enr-county; let them come to the front.
The Raynsworth Murder Trial.
The main interest of the Sumter court
last week centered in the case of the State
against Walter I. Rarby and Peyton G.
Bowman for the murder of Trial Justice
Haynsworth last December. All parties be
tng ready for trial, Wednesday was set for
the day of trial. Wednesday it was found
that the jury panel was not full, so the case
was postponed till Thursday. Out of thir
ty-six jurors, Thursday, only nine were se
lected. Another adjournment till Friday,
thattwenty additional jurors mightbe added
to the p4'nei, was made, when :ne three re
maining jurors were selected. 'The follow
lug then constituted the jury: Harry Ryt
tebrforeman, A. K. Sanders, D. M.
Richardson, Geo. F. Epperson, C. L. With
erspoon, Harry Addison, J. I. Br on, J.
M. N. Wilder, E. F. Burrows, J. K.Brad
ford, Jas. H. Chandler, J. A. Miller.
Solicitor Gillantd and Attorney-General
Earle appeared for the State, and Mr. WV. C.
Benet, of Aboeville, Mr. Robert Aldrich, of~
Barawell, and Gen. E. W. Moise, of: Sum
ter, for the defense. Examining witnesses
continued Friday sad Saturday, till 7 o'clock
Saturday night. Eight hours was then al
lowed for argument, four for the State and
four for the defense. Eachr of the five dis
tinguished lawyers spoke, and the argument
of each is said to have been a masterly ef
fort. Just before 12 o'clock Saturday night,
Gen. Earie directed the attention of te
Judge othe tact that the Sabbath was ap
proaching the day set apart by God for
rest, and aked that the court adjourn over
Sunday. The judge left the matter with
the jury, who decided to go on, and the ar
guments continued till 3} o'clock Sunday
morning. The Judge then charged the .ju
ry, who, after twenty-five minutes' consid
eration, returned a verdict of not guily.
Court was then adjourned to this morning,
as the judge's daughter was to have been
married Monday night, and he desired to
be present. The case against Keels and
Pennington, cagdwith the same offense,
the murder of Haysworth, will probably
'be tried or nol. prossed iLisweek.. In either
case the result will be same-acquittal.
The Toozs last January foneshadowed the
exact result, when it said, "the triad will
very probably be postponed to the May term
of court, at which time the whole party will
There are severs? other indictments
agai*t the above parties, which will prob
ably be disposed of this week.
The Democratic National Convention
met yesterday. It is probable that Cleve
land will be renominated cit.' voce, and
that Thurman. of Ohio, will be nominated
The next session of the Pharmaceuti< al
Association of South Carolina will be held
July 25 in Greenville.
Summerton High School.
Svmmeros, May 26.-Mr. Editor:-While
you are publishing letters from various parts e
of the county, I have thought that you might p
not object to one from Summerton, though o
it may not be to you either interesting or s
Yesterday was appointed for a picnic at 1
"Scotts Lake,"given by the friends and pa- r
trons of Summerton High School to the a
teacher and pupils of the school As soon t)
as the picnic was proposed for the pleasure lI
of the children, the Messrs. Cantey, two of b
our worthy patrons, who are always ready f,
for a generous act, especially when a little tl
"fun and frolic" is involved, proffered n
their wagons and teams to those of the n
children who had no means of transports- t]
tion as well as others who enjoyed this rustic ii
style of traveling, and early yesterday d
morning the two omnibuses were in Sum- t<
merton to receive their precious freight. a
Imagine a huge frame made for hauling fod- tl
der, oats, straw, etc., about the plantatioa, a
mounted upon an ordiniry.plantation wag- t<
on, drawn by fine mules, with "Cuffie" for a
driver, and you have the "turn out," before a
your mind. Soon each "buss" had its load a
on, and the driver "cracked his whip" for I
Scotts Lake. I
Arriving about 11 o'clock, they found a S
good many of their friends and patrons of o
the school already on the ground, and the d
next three hours were spent in riding on ti
the lake, playing base ball, jumping the p
rope, &c., by the young folks, while the i
more elderly discussed the farms, railroad, n
and other various topics until dinner was a
announced. This was spread on beautiful cl
table linen on the ground, and when the p
baskets were brought together, was all that d
the most fastidious could wish for, embrac- ti
ing every thing from rice, ham, and cabbage, ti
potatoes, &c., to the most delicate pies, al
cakes, and lemons in profusion. Very soon (
every mouth was stopped, or rather, filled ti
and re-filled, until appetite was fully sati- rE
Soon the young folks betook themselves of
to their sports again and your correspon- w
dent, at about 4 o'clock, took up the "line of ei
march" for home, having spent a most pleas- 3J
ant and enjoyable day, as did all the others u
from whom he has had an expression of L
Our school in Summerton is not so large ti
as formerly, nevertheless we have a good L
school, with a first class teacher, Mr. (leo. k
H. Edwards, who has deservedly won the ti
respect and confidence of both parents and p
scholars, and has proved himself a worthy S
successor of Prof. J. C. Lanham, with whom s
the school commenced four years ago. w
Allow me to mention here in connection
with the school, the Carlisle Literary Soci- fit
ety, originated by Prof. Lanham, while to
teacher, and named in honor of his former w
instructor, Dr. Jas. H. Carlisle, of Wofford a
College. Soon after its organization, the o:
Society numbered fifteen members, but has tc
been reduced to seven in consequence of si
members leaving for college or other schools, tc
etc. About two weeks since I attended by b
invitatiof a meeting of the society, and is
must say, it was to me truly gratifying to s
hear the secretary read out from the min- rt
utes "57th meeting." To think that seven li
boys, the most of whom are scarcely fifteen A
years old, and not one that reached his ma- u
jority, should persevere under most adverse p
circumstances for fifty-seven meetings, and o
conduct them in parliamentary style and d
such perfect order, was to me indeed a cl
peasure, as well as evidence that our boys S
deserve more encouragement than the pa
trons bestow upon them. cl
I am quite sure that many of our older S
citizens (your corespondent included) could
not have presided and called up business b
with more dignity, than did the president 01
on that occasion, a boy of about fifteen, if a
that old. I asked one of the members if P
they had any "code of ethics" or book of it
parliamentary rules to guide them. He re
plied only a few rules in manuscript fur- t
nished at their organization by Prof. Lan- fr
ham, for which he certainly should receive .
their lasting gratitude.
Let me here say to the young men and '
boys outside of the school, that here is the a
nucleus of a society you may join, and I
with them learn business habits which will ht
benefit you through life, causing you to feel
easy and unembarrassed, whereas, without
such training, at public meetings of any P
character, which occur so frequently in ~
this "free country" of ours, we sit for the a'
most pert as one of the crowd, not knowing
what to say or when to say it.
Give the Society your name, and attend ti
the meetings as often as you can, and learn, a)
not so muchfrom them, as teith them, and al
you will be mutually benefited. B.
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Charleston, S. C., May 22, 1888. b
Mr. N. H. Frohlichstein, of Mobile, Ala., s'
writes: I take great pleasure in recommend- h
ing Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump- fr
tion, having used it for a severe attack of.
Bronchitis and Cata'rrh. It gave me instant 8
relef and entirely cured me and I have not :CI
been affieted since. I also beg to state that t]
I had tried other remedies with nio good re-i
sult. Have also used Electric Bitters and|
Dr. King's New Life Pills, both of which I !
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Summerton-Panola Railroad Racket.
Paor A, May 28.-Mr. Editor:-It is reas
nable to infer from an article in your last
aper, signed "Summerton," that the people
f that prosperous city want a railroad. A
hort time ago Summerton was so sanguine
f becoming a R. R. center, that her citizens
>oked and talked as though they had al
eady received the blessing. Inducements
ere being offered to the country folks (as
ley were pleased to dub them) by offering
>ts for sale at $100, and upwards. But
ow changed Summerton seems, when in
yrmed that it will not be practicable to run
:e Eutawville R. R. through it. Their
ewspaper representative "Summerton" im
ediately set up a howl of complaint against
ie B. R. president, Col. Barkley, for talk
ig in an oscillating manner, and lack of
ecision, and others for not being willing
be led into Summerton, and taught the
rt of buying cotton and selling goods by
ie thrifty merchants of that city. Now it
ppears to us, that "Summerton" lost his
imper and sense of propriety as well (be
use self interest prompted him to do so)
-hen he makes. such monstrous charges,
-ithout a shadow of facts to sustain them.
am informed by those who were with Col.
arkley on nearly every trip he made to
ummerton, and Clarendon, in the interest
f the R. R., that he always expressed a
esire to suit and accomodate his road to
re best interest of the people, and was
articularly anxious to go to Summerton.
nt, said from first to last, that he could
ot do so, unless the people of Summerton
ould lend a helping hand (which they de
ined to do), it being out of a direct line to
oints of interest to the R. R. I can see no
eception in this. Summerton then reviews
re cause of the president's last determina
on to run by Mr. Levi's and Panola thus:
:out 2800 bales of cotton are brought on
what he calls) the new projecting route, by
e Messrs. Levi and Brock, ("where there
no competition,") which means at unfair
ices. Now, I have never heard of either
these gentlemen taking advantage of the
ant of competition. It is a fact, that sev
al buyers have tried to compete with Mr.
[. Levi, at Wrights Bluff, but had to give
p the enterprise, being driven off by Mr.
evi's fair and liberal prices; which were
te gane he paid before competition went
ere. The other two gentlemen Mr. D.
evi and Mr. Brock, had to compete with
[r. M. Levi, and paid the same prices, less
ie hauling, which is an item of some ex
ense. But if the R. R. will only go to
ammerton, all of these gentlemen, from
rif respect and duty to their customers,
ould be obliged to go there too. And
Summerton" would teach them how to pay
tl prices for cotton, and not take advan
ge of the poor and ignorant, "just as he
ould do if he lived out of town." "Sum
Lerton" says further: "I can see the same
position to Summerton, that keeps a cot
on buyer from Manning, and who are the
ifferers? Why every man who has cotton
sell, and goods to buy." I have never
eard any one say, Mr. Editor, that there
any advantage in going to Summerton to
l cotton or buy goods, and that is one
ason why we country people would not
ke to be forced to go there to do business.
gain, it appears to me, that it would be an
precedented phenomenon, for this pros
erous section along the now projected line
BL R., where two or three merchants han
le thousands of bales of cotton, and mer
randise in proportion, to be dragged into
ammerton with all their business, a place
here probably a dozen bales of cotton
range hands during the season. Why not
ammerton come over here?
I am impressed with the idea, that the
ilders of railroads, and particularly those
the Eutawville R. R., are level headed
id sensible men. They don't propose to
ry social visits with their road, (for such
would be to go to Summerton.) but go
here they can best subserve the interest of
te people, without detracting too much
om their own interest.
"Summerton" seems to know now pre.
sely where the Eutawville B. R. will run,
rving laid out the towns and named them
ong the route. I must confess the truth,
do nott know where it is going, Col. Bark.
y never having made any positive promis
over here. But, I hope before the 4th
ry of July next, we will see the iron horse
rancing through our section of the county,
iereby increasing our facilities for travel
id transportation, both north and south.
3umerton" seems disposed to be sarcas
3, when he says, "'we see in our imagination
o little towns called Leviton and Brockton
ong the Eutawville R. R., and as we stand
Badgerville [a new name for Summer
n, and look down the Wilson tram road,
see a beautiful town called M. Leviton."
ow, it appears that the latter is the only
autiful town of the three. I suppose its
aty is reflected from the city of Summer
n, the great business center of the country.
ow, in all this we do not intend to roftect,
the slightest upon the good people of
mmerton. WYe have always held them in
e highest esteem, for their christianity
d morality, being unexcelled by any oth
section of the country for such. But oh !
.eir newspaper representative says, the
esrs. Levi and Brock buy cotton without
npeition, which means to make all they
n out of it. by taking overy advantage
ey can get. and says, "of course if I were
these gentlemen's places, I would do the
.me." Now we think we have proven con
usively that these gentlemen have plenty
competition, and pay fair prices. This
nidid acknowledgement by "Summerton,"
at he would do what he suspected others
doing, "skin me" if he but got the chance,
~rsudes us, that a goet fias gotten into the
*aceful lambfold of Sumnmerton. Ba-ba
An Important Announcement.
NEw YoRK, May 5, 1888.
Gentlemen: I feel in duty bound
you, as well as to all sufferers by
eumatism, to write you my expe
nce with this terrible disease, and
e use of Swift's Specific, hoping
Lat these words will be beneficial to
1 who suffer as I did.
About six weeks ago, whilo at busi
eass, I was suddenly attacked with
teruciating pains in my feet, knees
id hands. So severe the attack that
took to my bed immediately, and in
ro or three days my joints were
iollen to almost double their natu
I size, and sleep was driven from
e. After suffering the most excru
ating pain for a week, using lini
ents and various other remedies, a
end, who sympathised with my
lpless condition, said to me:
"Why don't you get Swift's Specific
id use it? I will guarantee a cure,
id if it does not the medicine shall
>t you nothing."
I at once secured the S S. S.- and
ter using it the first day, had a quiet
ight and refreshing sleep. In a
eek I felt greatly benefitted. In
uee weeks I could sit up and walk
bout the room, and after using six
ottles I was out and able to go to
usiness. Since then I have been
gularly at my post of duty, and
and on my feet from nine to ten
ours a day, and am entirely free
-om pain. These are the plain and
mple facts in my case, and I will
eerfully answer all inquires relativej
iereto, either in person or by mail.
11W. 18th street, New York City.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis
mees mailed free.
THE Swner SPECmC Co., Drawer 8,
Ithat misery experienced whetn we sud
S! denly become aware that we possess a
labolical arrangement called a stomach.
The stomach is tie reservoir from which
eve b and tissue must be nourished,
and any trouble with Itis sooni felt through
out the whole system. Among a dozen
dyspeptics no two will have the same pre
dominantsyrnptoms. Dyspeptk~a y
mental power and a bilious temperament
are subject to Sisk Headache; those,
fleshy and phlegmnaticlhave Constipation.
while thethin and nervousare abandoned
togloomy 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 LI 'ER,
and one thing more is equally certain, no
one will remain a dyspeptic who will
It wil correct
0 Acidity of the
Expel foul gases,
M and, at the same
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 induced to try Simamons Liver
Regulator. I ted grateful for thc reliet it has
given her, and mtay all who read this and are
it icted in any way, whether chronic or other
wise, use Simmons Liver Regulator and I feel
eonfident health wi be restored to all who will
be advised."--Wt. M. KEsa, Fort Valley, Ga.
Sec that you get the Genuine,
with red Z'on front of Wrapper,
:r.asn os LYBy
J. H. ZEI.IN .n Co., Phnladelphia. Pa.
Attorney at Law.
M anning, S.C.
Bir Notary Public with seal.
W. F. B. HArssWO-TH, Sumter S. C.
B. S. Dn xnss, MAisssG, S. C
HAYNSWORTH & DINKINS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
JOHN S. WILSON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
MrT en eig, S. 0.
JOSEPH F. RHAME,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
MANNING, S. C.
Valuable Florida Land for Sale,
I give notice, that I am agent for the
Laud Department of the Florida Southeri
Railway Company, which owns larg<
bodies of valuable and choice lands in va
rious parts of the State of Florida, now or
the market in quantities to suit purchasers
Any information wanted concerning thes<
lands can be obtained 'y applying to the un
dersigned. JOSEPH F. RHAME,
Manning, S. C.
F. N. Wilson,
MANNING. S. C.
DR. G. ALLEN HUGGINS
. orrcns -
Mlanning -and Kingstree.
-OFICE DAys -
Eingstree, from 1st to 12th of each month
~anning, from 12th to 1st of each month
-- OFFICE IIURs
9 A. M.to1IP.M. and 2to 4P. M.
To The People of Clarendon:
I am the Agent for the Cel
LIDDEL & Co.'s
Engines and Boilers.
I am sole agent in this county fo:
BOSS COTTON PRESS.
Corn Mills, Pulleys, Shaft
ag,. All this machinery is direci
rom the factory and will be sold al
he Factory's Lowest Cash
Prices. It will be to tihe advantage
f purchasers to call on me before
W.yinC.TT HA RVIN,
Manning, S. C.
onO*$g .00$x0 an r a
mom nima ous grGT TH GENINE
THE CHAMPION LOW PRICE LEADER, R
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thing. A tremendous line of colored Muslin from 5 to 12c. A beautiful lot
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Special bargains offered in the fine Dress Goods department. This line is c<
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Old ladies low-quartered Shoes. Clothing buyers will find just what they wa
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It is needlesss for us to say any thing about our
It is fully supplied with everything needed, whether in the heavy or fancy lit
prices. We w ant to see you; we want to sell to you.
CITIZENS OF CLARENOON!
STAND BY YOUR COUNTY SEAT?
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Having selected my stock with utmost care, I can
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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, Chair
Tidies, Lamp Mats, Linen Towels, &c., &c.
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Men's Boys' and Chil
dren's Straw Hats. IFECT FIT.
My stock of GROCERIES is always FRESH and at LOWEST
CROCKERY-WARE, TIN-WARE, HARD-WARE, and FARM
I do not quote prices as they mislead, but I like opposition and
I defy competition. Don't mind showing goods. Come and con
vines yourself. Samples given with pleasure.
Thanking the public for their past liberal patronage, andsolicit
ing a continuance of same, I am, Very Respectfully,
00 o iTWO DOORS BELOW RIGBY'S,li
]Ma.8,1i11-1, S. C.
IAE respectfully call attention to this new Enterprise,:
Vtwhich meets a long felt want in this community. c
-A FIRST CLASS- .~
00- Ladies Store _ 00
WITH COMPLETE AND CAREFULLY SELECTEDa STOCK, AND WITH THE:
JILLJ~IERY AND DRS MKN
~Department in highly competent hands. We are now re
~ceiving the Prettiest and Cheapest stock of Dress Goods
nwith Trimmings of all kinds to match, White Goods with
the newest kinds of Embroideries and Laces, Neckwear,:
G&6loves, Fans, Parasols, Corsets, Bustles. All of the La-&
test Styles. Also, an Elegant Line of
~French and American Millinery.
-~I will be assisted in the dress making Department by-*-*
Miss Epps, a lady of rare taste and skill, from the
city of Charleston. Ladies from the country will
fnd for their accommodation a comfortable
PRIVATE ROOM. T
Ma~s. L. A. BROWN, Manager,
Mrs. A. Edwards
Keeps always on band at the
a full supply, and choice assortment, of
FAMILY AND FANCY 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.
-- SEEDS. SE EDS. ~||*
In Stock in Their Season, and for Sale by
L~ORIOK & LOWR.A.NCE
COLUMBIA, S. C.
SEED CORN-Shoe Peg, Golden Dent, White Flint, Red Cob, etc.
Seed Rye, Barle~y, Wheat, Oats, and Clover.
Ocnann Gaass, BLUE GRass, Timothy, Red Top, Mixed Lawn, Lucerne,
Millet. KAFFIR CORN, GARDEN and FLOWER Seed genierally,
Irish and Sweet Potatoes for Seed.
Siir Farmers having MEPrromoUs Seed to sell, please correspond with us
LTrick & Enwraunce.
EADY FOR SPRING
-ery detail. Grand accumulation of
elected stock of Linens for ladies
Linen Duck for gents' and boys' clo
India Lawn, 15c. A magnificent line
and Victoria Lawn; these goods are a
e ladies and gents. A complete line
Corded Ginghams, Suitings, &c.
mplete and we defy any Southern
t of white and colored Scrim for cur
iental and Torchon Laces. We have
ecial attention to our Common-sense
el Shoes, ladies and children Slippers.
ut. We have an immense stock of
e-and every thing sold at bottom
F. VON OVEN,
SUCCESSOR TO C, U. ARENS..
Staple and Fancy GrocerleS
087 Kizig Stre t,
Charleston, S. -C.
[Gno. E. ToA.. z HmR OuvzE.]
Geo. E. Toale & Co.
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE
Scroll Work, Turning and
Inside Finish. Builder's Hard
ware, and General
OFFICE AND SALESROOMS,
10 and 12 Hayne Street,
REAR CHARLESTON HOTEL,
Charleston, S. C.
All Work Guaranteed.
aWrite for estimates.
James Ain Co.
The place to get reliable goods,
Watches, Jewelry,. Siher
wzre, Clocks, -Sib' -
tacles, -and- Eyggasses.
ipecial 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 piese.
Ladies' Gold Watches $30, $40,- and $45
A fine stock of Surveyors' and Draght
men's tools and material..
JI'! Watches and Jewelry carefully re
.JA MES ALL AN & C.
285 KING STmrEE,
[sIGN OF DaRU cLOcK -
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. I. Hoyt & Bro,
*@" REPAIBING A SPEcIL dE
Manf Sftreef, - - Sumrter, S. C.
STEAM DYE WORKS,
826 KING STREEE,
Side, - - Near George
Work Delivered Free of Charge.
Do Your Own Dyeing, at 3em.
They ail y everythi. The arealeey
for Stegh, Brighte Axorn inP'ckm t
They do-not~orock or amut. aeolors. 7oc sale by
J, G. Dinkins & Co., Manning. S, C.
Manning Shaig Parlor.
BAIR CUTTING AE'TZSTICALLY EXECUTED.
and shaving dorre with best Razors. spec
ial attention paid to shampooing -ladies'
hahve herd considerable experience in
several large cities, and guarantee satisfac
tion to my customers. Parlor next door to
ummaT~xz. E D. HAMILToN.