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TEE MANNING TIMES.
MsanninMg, S. C.
S. A. NETTLES, Editor. ca
WEDNESDAY, March 19,1890, g'
THE TOWN ELECTION. er
Tim Tnms has of late been discuss-'
ing the approaching municipal elec- d
tion, but as yet there seems to be lit
tle interest taken in the matter. This le
-is an important subject. The Council e:
will be elected to serve for two years,
and the citizens should give this mat- at
ter some thought. As a general thin.
, heretofore, a half dozen persons have si
inminated one ticket; another half e
dozen another ticket: and the rest of p
the citizens were .left to take their e(
choice between the two. The ticket
should be selected with care. The
pen chosen for our city fathers should fs
be men oi decision, conservative but a
with sufficient. character to insist on it
-being-part and parcel of the Council
Our past Council has, we believe, been n
good one, and, we doubt if they will le
much improved on, yet they have
made mistakes, have failed to please tl
some, and have proven that they were
moly men. We think, howeve:-, that a e
~ozen possible Councils could be o
?medthat would fall far short of the n
rieord made by the present Council. C
It is rumored that a very wet whis
key icket will be put in nomination. s
iOur people know what such a ticket C
mans and should be governed ac- a
cordingly. The town license for sell
mg whisley is now $750 a year. The
4Wartmade by those in favor of whis- .
key and eap license, will be to elect a
Council that will either put the whis- C.
key license at a nominal figure, or
,- raise it so high that one barroom ir
rould have a monopoly of the busi- s
nd they can do it, too, unless ff
people wake up,.
UILLEAL WHISKY SELL=l. 1
We have been shown apartiallist
the names of parties in this county, if
Pl 'United States revenue wbis- ti
lcns.The natural presump-o
is that any man who spends
ve dollars to buy a whiskey ti
buys it for the purpose of l
k~~efiqg whiskey; and coupling the d
Pw facts, that the man runs a coun
y-Sst or small shop and has a
license in that shop, we i
nkthis evidence alone ought to be Iii
nt to the minds of any intelli- JC
jury to bring in a verdict of
of soiling whiskey without a c
mecnget the names of the par-Ita
ini- fis~eityr U. S. 1i
licenses, we will pubhis si
so that our readers may them- ai
jge whether or not there is st
'i~to in this county of the 0o
nor laws. Of course when a a
out a license, it is public, 1
~uofcrwould decline to make b
- of such a license public. is
W. James, on trial in Dar- "
'rthe naurder of his father, s
-been convicted of murder.
an appeal will be taken to
meCourt and a new trial
of money to pay his lawyers.
oon Globe puts a great fi
'lystrongly when it says that
e' are responsible for theI"
sthe Federal Treasury-the d
- by preventing a reduc- s
__ o, and the Democrats by Y
the squandering of the t
ftrit had been collected. tl
SotrnBaptist Convention aa
at Fort Worth, Texas, in e;
This is a large and able 0
body. It covers the territo- I
Baltimore to Texas, and rep- a)
over 2,000,000 Baptists. It a
nvted to hol~d its next con- 15
at the First Baptist Church, "
nGrover Cleveland left the u
teHouse to become a private cit- ii
in New York the newspapers vi
adantagonized him to such lit- p
'proespoke of plain "Grover
ead, Esq.," with great glee, and Ifi
etdhis relapse into utter obscu- Ifi
with apparent relish. Their im-p
triumph was short-lived, how- sl
asEx-President Cleveland has ti
~2eamore prominently before the o
ublie and has been the recipient of p
~oepopular applause and attention a
-'his return to private life than u
yman in the country, not except- ci
gthe present chief magistrate. a
Very Shameful. l
We copy the following from the Samter n
~W~aawith our hearty endorsement. b
R~here are seweral persons in this county t
Sibelo not subscribe to their county paper, jt
heI~y will borrow (steal) their neighbor's n
,4spr read it, and some times the subscrib jl
Sthe one who pays for it, never gets tob
e t. We have had several such complaints o
iIlate. Here is what the Watchmacn says: t
We were met a few days ago on the street 0
an intelligent gentleman from'the coun-ip
'who asked us about a matter of local
~wsthat had been publishied in both ~Sun
rpapers. We replied that w.e knew noth
-F~more about it than what had been pub- 0
bse.He then asked us to tell him what fi
abeen published. After fnether conver
a we' were surprised to learn that this
entleman, who is intelligent, the head of -
a lairge family,. and an extensive reader, o
Sdoes not subscribe to either of his county n
papes; He is living in ignorance of allit
ibatis going on about his home and bring
ing up his children in utter ignorance of
the contemporaneous history of their coun- P3
ty. Yet this man subscribes to three news. a
papsa religious publication-an Atlanta al
weekly, and one of the New York papers.
7eeosider it a duty every man owes his
5ai his country, and himself to sub
a ei~ot least one local paper. Two do]
Sthe price of the JI'atchwm and
for instance, is a very small sum,
~eeare hundreds of people in our
'who do not take this paper or our ax
contemporary over the way, 9z. F<
MRS S. A. NETTLES.
P.RENTAL I 1'oNSnru'rY.-The re
onsibility of educating their chil
en is one that parents cannot es
pe. It is a task imposed on them
Divine Providence, and they may
k to him with confidence foi
tidance and aid. In short they
ust educate their child whether they
oose it or not; for every action, ev
y word and look, the very tone u1
e voice, and the sound of ordinarN
tily events, which form the moral at
osphere in which he breathes, wil
fluence him more -than the othei
ssons which he receives, howevei
ANGEL CAKE is exceedingly ligh
id very good, but must be eatei
hile perfectly fresh. Among a vari
y of recipes the following is th<
mplest: Take the whites of six fresl
;gs, and beat them to a froth; thei
Id six ounces of best white powder
I sugar, and a teaspoonful of vanil
voring. Into this stir lightly fou:
ances and a half of the finest whit
)ur, which must be perfectly dry, i1
ct, it is much better warmed. Pou
once into a tin (about half fillin
), and instantly transfer to an ovei
ith a good regular heat, neither tot
t nor too cold. When baked d<
t put in a cold place at once, bu
t it gradually cool.
REPAIRNG MEN'S CLOTHEs.-Rip ou
e old sleeve-linings; press and cu
aw ones by them. If the sleeves ar
ayed around the hand, you ca
ther turn up the cloth for an incl
less, or if, which is likely, they an
t long enough to allow of this, yo
m rip the hem or facing loose, cut i
two where it is frayed, and the
ut on a new facing, which will onli
iorten the sleeve by a single seam
f course a machine is an essentia
ticle for all such work. Baste th<
ting carefully in place, turn thi
eeve wrong side out, and steam
ress the seam by laying a wet clot.
ver it, and using a heavy iron, ho
i may be without scorching. Yoi
not do the pressing too well. It i
At sufficient to pass the iron over it
oa must lean your weight on th<
on with patient firmness. Nov
am up the linings, and put them in
iling neatly around the shoulder
fore blind-stitching the hem abou
The linings of coats are generall.
ose around the bottoms. which wil
reatly facilitate work on the pockets
not, you must rip them loose. I
e pockets are very much worn, cui
F the bad places and seam on piece!
stout muslin of the exact pattern
lowing for the seams. Sometime,
e corners of the pockets are tori
ose from t6e coat. Fasten them
>wn to strong stays on the wrong
de and press well from both side
ith a wet cloth laid over, as before
ow stitch down on the right side
ith the machine, following the same
se of stitching. Where the pockel
ins the coat, which is generally faced
ith farmer's satin, or cloth like the
ument, the facing sometimes be
4mes worn; rip it oftf and fell on
aw piece neatly. Buttons tear out
king bits of cloth with them. Hern
a chance forysour very.eatest work
T iece. e h~oth on the wrong
de, matching stripe or plaid, if any
id fell down on the wrong side witi
itches that do not go through, tur:
1 the right side, and blind-stitel
>wn all arourd the worn place, prless
id sew the buttons on, and even i
te patch- is slightly larger than 11h4
atton, it will not be noticed. Thei
a black lubber button ribbed ex
tly like the silk and cloth buttons
hich are much used on men'
its, and which give such poor wear
hey cost from ten to fifteen cents:
ozen, and never wear out. Whierevel
ie lining is worn, baste underi'
iece of goods as near like it as pos
ble, cut out the worn place, turn ii
seam, and fell around neatly; prest
om the wrong side of the lining
kom't hurry with any part of you:
ork. Neatness is worth more thai
ispatch is work of this kind. I:
wing the buttons on down the fron
ou must not let the stitches show o:
ie wrong 'side. Don't knot you:
iread, but draw the ends throng)
etween the lining and the outside
ad then pass the needle through th<
ye of the button and through th<
tside cloth and the interlining only
always pity a man whose buttons
Ethough they may be sewed on, shov
great knot of thread when his coa
opened. Rework the button hole:
ith twist. It is much easier to worn
i-r an old button-hole than to mak<
new one. So much for the coat
hich is now ready for cleaning. Th<
ode of operation is the same for the
st. You will probably have muel
atching of linings to do.
To repair trousers is the most dif
ult of all. They will doubtless b<
ayed at the bottom, in which casi
roceed exactly as you did with the
.eeves of the coat at the hand. I
ie seat is broken, rip the seam, en
t the worn place and cut a naev
iee by it, allowing for seam, botton
ud top. Baste in place, seam on thi
iachine, and press. You must be
Ireful to cut the worn place straigh
cross, and in setting in the new
iee try to have the cloth run exact
Sthe same way. The pressing is th<
iost essential part. If the knees ar<
roken, rip the leg seam and fix i.
e same way, but of course trouser
ins patched cannot be worn to busi
es, as they can be on a farm. I
ese spots are simply worn, and no
oken, lay a new piece of cloth un
r on the wrong side, and fell down
ien on the right side, and with sill
f the same shade, darn the t ii
laces. If this is done neatly, aum
-ell pressed, it will nct be noticed
titch up the seams again, and pres:
pen on the wrong side. Give the
nal pi-essing, after cleaning wit]
arm water, to every quart of which
>u should add a tablespoonful eae]
Eammonia and alcohol. You ear
iake the fold down the front by lay
ig the-legs on a board, right side out
ith the seams exactly corresponding
tace a wvet cloth over and press witl:
hot iron. Clean and press the coal
ad vest, and you will bc surprised
.nd so will your John) by the nen
ok of the whole suit.-Amneri-a d
What, is a 100 times better than Quinin<
d 100 years ahead of doctors in treating
vers of all kinds? Ans.- Johnson's Chill
d Fever Tonie.. Why? Because one 50
The Lime Kiln Clubon iegro Emigrationi
"I her been asked," said brother Gardner,
as the meeting opened, "I hev been asked
to give de opinyun of dis club on de iattcr
of de black people of de United Statesgwini
ober to take up deir residence in .1frica. I
hev divided my opinyun into seberal parts,
"1. De American cull'd man has no mo'
business wid de niggers of Africa dan he has
wid de Lskimos.
2. We was bo n heah an' it is our home
3. Ve belong heab jist as much as de
white man does, an' I reckon we has about
all de rights and privileges we kin make use
"4. If cll'd people are mobbed and
imaltreated now an' den in sartin locashuns.
so are de Chinese an' odder people.
--5. De cull'd man who ativises cull'd
people to leave dis kentry fur any odder on
airth is either paid fur it or hasn't got
sense. If we can't git glong among de peo
ple who hev knowed us front de cradle up,
what luck would we hev among strangers? i
"I say to von my frens, be honest, indus
trions, civil, and law abiding, an' you will
git all de rights an' privileges which de white
man has. If you go triflin'around, beggin'
an' stealin'--if you doan' show dat you hev
honor an' intergrity-if you spend your
time loafin' an' won't pay your debts, you'd
t be sot down on by any people on airth. If
r dar' ar' communities in de Souf wh-r' de
cull'd man can't get a show-whar' mobsar
li tble to break loose an' shoot him down on
I sight 'cause h's a nigger, then let him pick
r up an' tote hissef off to some odder place.
Dar am localities whar' he is wanted, an' he
doan' hev to stop to sell out anything when
he gits ready to move. Dar's bad niggers
an' respectable cull'd people. Now an' den
tde innocent may suffer, but de saufe rule ap
t plies to de white men.
'Jist you sot right down an' make up yer
minds dat dis Uriited States is your home,
L an' de place whar' you ar'gwine to end your
t days. On top of dat behave yer conduct,
improve yerself at ebery opportunity, an'
dis race question will soon settle itself."
FROM THE PAMETTO STATE,
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 23rd, 1889.
Please forward at once .) gross Johnson's
I Chill and Fever Tonic. Have not had a bot
tle returned so far. A good seller. I am well
pleased. W. C. McGREGOR.
Summerville, S. C., Dec. 19, 1889.
I believe Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic
n will do all you claim for it.
H. J. W. GROVERMAN,
White Pond, S. C.. Dec. 20th, 1889.
t I am pleased with the Tonic. Reports are
I all favorable. Not one bottle return ed.
I . W. SCOTT.
Wallaceville, S. C., Dec. 20th, 1889.
The Chill and Fever Remedy received
from you came too late to make rapid sales.
but we have sold 19 bottles and h:ave not
had one returned. Gives en:ire satisfac
tion so far as heard from.
WINGARD & BRO.
Guaranteed to be 100 times better than
quinine in the treatment of all fevers. Price
A. B. GIRARDEAU,
Savain ah, Ga.
For sale at Manning, S. C., by J. G. Din
kins & Co., Louis Loyns, and Moses Levi.
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
Manning, S. C., March 18, 1890.
T HE SUCCESSFUL BIDDERS FOR
the building of Sammy Swamp bridges
having failed to comp~ly with the require
ments, notice is hereby given that the Coun
ty Commissioners will meet a-t Sammy
Swamp bridge on Saturday the 29th day of.
Mtarch, now, for the purpose of letting out
the said bridges.
By order of the Board.
P. G. BENBOW,
NOTICE OF EXAMINATION.
OFFICE OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
Manning. S. C., March 15, 1890).
4CCORDING TO THE SCHOOL LAW
2. providing for the holding of examina
tions for teachers on thec first lFriday in
April an~d the first Friday in October, the
first of these examinations will be held in
the court house for C'larendlon conuty' 'n
Friday the -4th day of April, 1690J. Persons
desiring to apply'for certificates of qualifica
tion to teach in the free public schools in
this county may come before the hoard at
that time for examination.
L L. L. WE~iLLS,
School Comn. &Chm. Rd. Ex.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
1 LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against the estate of Joahn W. Wells de
ceased will present them duly attested, and
those indebted to said estate wiill make im
rmediate pay'menit to
JOHN 0. BROCK,
1March 12, 1890.
~PROCLA M A T ION.
STATE OF SOUTrH CAROLINA, 1
S Cormr oF CLARENDON.
Knowr all men, by these Presods:
ITHAT I, MosEs LEvI, merchant in the
town of Manning. State and county afore
said, do hereby announce to the people of
~Carendon county that I have just opened
the grandest dispiay of spring goods eve r
exhibited in the town of Manning, which I
have bought at such an advantage that I
fcan defy all competition. Knceving from
experience that a largely increased volume
of trade is the result of quick sales andi
small profits, and believing implicitly in
the adage, "a nimble sixpence is better than
a slow' shilling,"
THEREFORE, I sj)z11 endeavor by fair:
and honorable deahxngs to merit a continu-.
ance of your confidence and patronage, not
only for a few spasmodic transactions, but
for a permanent trade. I am buying all my
goods from first hands and saving the per
centage made by jobbers. I have the cap
ital to do business in this manner and the
confidence in the people with whom I have
been dealing with for over thirty years to
invest said capital.
-THEREFOlmE, I feel perfectly safe in as
fserting that I am oi'ering greater induce
ments than any other establishment in
Sumter or Clarencton count:es. A cordial
invitation is extended to the people of Clar
endon and vicinity to visit my store and
examine for themselves my stock of spring
goods, consisting of foreign and domiestie
dry goods, carpets, miattings, oil cloths,
men's and b, ys' elothing, ladies' and gents'
furnshing goods, ladies', gents', and chiil
dren's shoes of all kinds and qualities, hats
and capls, hatrdware, croek~ery, tin w~are,
'wooden aind wiliow-wareQ, grocei irs, etc., in
short everything that is kept for sale in a
tirst class' general mercihiandtise store.
IN EAC ~H depatrtmlent you will be serveda
by polite and ge'ntlenzanly clerks, whose in
struictions~ are to sell the goods on their
merits and without any misrep~resenitation.
I am satisfied that I wdl cons inec you of
myv assertions if vou will take the troublle to
~onze and make an examination ('t liy.
goods. There is one thing that I desire to
ipress on the mind of every' personl, atnd
thti htI amt determoins d to allow nto,
merbat in this or any othe'r totwn to, uin
dersell ine, and futher I lave det'arminedi to
put a stop to peoplet carryi n' their tradel
away from home, it by selling to themu as
cheap ori cheapler, will ac'ompulsh tihis re*
GIVEN under my hand and ailulng the
-great seal of iuy dleterminati'on tis the~
twelfth day of Maieb. A. [D. 1WJ0i.
Presents in the most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is the most excellent remedy known to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is bilious or Constipated
PURE BLOOD, REFRESHINO SLEEP,
HEALTH and STRENCTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
B3EgiLt7P CP 3XGrB
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY .
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
JIRVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N. .
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
In Court of Common Pleas.
MOSES LEVI, Plaintiff,
RACHEL McDUFFIE, Defendant.
Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale.
I N PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
this court in above stated ease bearing
date February 27th 1890. I will sell in front
of Clarendon Court House at Manning with
in legal hours of sale on Monday the 7th
day of Apr.1 next, to the highest bidder for
cash the following property to wit:
"All that piece, parcel, or tract of land, ly
ing, being, and situate in the county of
Clarendon, in the vicinity of the town of
Manning. containing one square acre, and
bonnded on the north and east by lands of:
Augustus Collins, on the south by lands of
the estate of W. T. Lesesne, and on the
rest by lands of James Davis."
Purchaser to pay for palers.
1. 11. LESESNE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
MSarch 7 189.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
i Court of Coimimon Pleas.
AARON WEINBERG, Plaintiff,
SOPH1A McKNIGHT, SUSAN BENNETT,
CHARLOTTE GAMBLE, ELAM Mc
KNIGHT, AND AARON McKNIGHT,
JIudrqment /for1 Frclosiur.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF Tils
.Lcourt in above stated1 case I will sell in~
ront of Clarendon court house at Manning
ithin legal hours-of sale on Mond~ay the
th day of April next to the highes;t bidder
for cash, the following property, to wit:
All that lot, piece, parcel or tract of lan
ying, being and situate in the county and
tate aforesaid, containing one hiundred
nd seventy.seve~n acres, adjoining lands of
r. S. C. C. Richardson and otbhers, as will
ore fully appear by re-ference to a lat of
he same drawni by Jahtnes D). Mllwain andl
eaing date the 20th day of De.ci-mber
l70, the Ssine bein:-! the tract or parcel- of
run1 coniveed to Frank McKoight by deed
f W. .J. Clark, sheriff of said coiunty, o
he secoind day of Noveiob-r, 1872, whichi
aid di-ed and th~e plat abo~ve mientioned ore
eordedi in thes iflire of1 the regiter. of
mensa conveyance for said1 county, in book
-K," *.n page-s 299, 300I, and :111.
Pnrehaser to p)ay for. papers.
IH. II. LESESNE,
She-riti Clarndons County.
Marc~h 7, 31f,
C'OUNTY O'F (LARE'NDON.
Court of Commnoni Pleas.
AARON WEINBERG, Plaintiff.
A. S. BRIIGGS, Defendant.
.Ja mnt f/or* iedlosure.
L TNDER~ AND BY VIRTUE OF AN OR
dler to me directed in above staited case
will sell in front of Clarendon court house
n Manning within legal hours on Mionday
the 7th day of April next to the highest
dder for cash the following property, to
"All that tract or parcel of land lying,
bing, 'and situate in Chiendon county and
State aforesaid, conitaining one hsundlred andl
hirty-our acres, :ind bounded as follows, t
wit: North by' lands of JI. H. McCollums,
east by lands bf Mrs. S. E. Briggs, south by'
.nds of S. Rt. Cole, and wvent by lands of
t. Rt. Briggs; the same being the part al
otted to A. S. Briggs as his portion in the
ands of his niother, Mrs. M1. S. Briggs, de-4
Purehaiser to pay for papiers -
H. IH. LE.SENNE,
Sheriff Clair'ndon C'ounty.
March 7, 1I9'.l.
ADITIONAL SHERIFPS SALES.
lE SHERIFF WILL ALSO BY ORDER
of court seli in front of the curt house
n Manning, Monday, Aprdl 7th, the three;
following described tracts of lasn:
D UNDEE MonlTGGE AND) TnU~sT INvEsTMENTr
o. tepun~st W. D). McFiDDms. --All that tract
of land ini Clarendon county, cona-ining
eight hun~lred and fifty acs, amnd bounded
n the north by other lands of thle gran to'
(W. D. McFaddin), on the south byv lands of
John H. Johnson, on the east by lands of
obert Thigpeni and J1. E. T1higpen, and on
the w,.-st lby the first run of Douglas Swamip.
Wu .LiuM .dIoAn~ O'/'OnX! ]Re si s DenaT
Axn .JEFEnsoN SuIAxxox.- All that t raet of
land in Clarendon county, containing tw
hudred and sixty-live aces, more or less
and bounded on the north by the public
road leading froim F'lton to Matining. south
by lands of ~Mr~s. Julia W'eks and of William
. Reynolds, east by JI. W. Ursad way's land,
and west by lands of William L. Reynolds.
J. E. TriNDA : ).nJ. B. Enoiws, ExItToss
F it. .1. Hor..sWAY, cejoIs W. W. GEU)
DINos.--All that tract of land containinig
sixtv-tive acres, near Packsville. in Claren
don county, and bounded on the north by
ans of I. M. BUaitlett, east lby lanids of .1.
V. lInIuoon, sonth lby lands ef J1. W. Curtis,
eeting Board of Eqiualization!'
Manning, S. C., March 10i, 1590. )
7H1-E COUN'TY ih AllD) OF EQU'AldA
..tion will have it- seon eeuaintitg iin
Mond:y, A pril 7, 1 59i, at Cousrt lb,n.., for
the piurpo se of hearing any i eimi pIl ait why
their assessmen-it shiouldli notb in aen-asd.
1). J1. li iLA1.XM
Cont'y Aii tor
CORN FOR SALE.
HAVE SEVElubL HU Nli!li.D hrsH
Lels homise-madle corn.i, ci ths r mi xhnek or*
Also, .'evieral tr..i s of 'ee-Illent fi dl r.
J. 31. DELSCIA MPS;,
I. HOYT. H. A. ITOYT.
C,I HOYT& BRO.,
Largest and Oldest .Jewelry Store in
SUMTER, S. C.
Silver Lamps, beanties, from $10 to $20.
A very large stowk of Britannia waie, the
very best silver plated goods made. 550
Gold Rings on hand. Fine line of Clocks.
Wedding 'resents, Gold Pens, and Specta
eles. We keep any and everything in the
jewelry line. De sure to call to see us.
L W FOLSOM,
Suecessor to F. IT. Folsom & Bro.
SUMTER, S. '.
WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY.
The celebrated Royal St. John Sewing
Machine and Finest Razors in Americ, :
ways on hand. Repairing pr .pty and
neatly executed by skilled worlkmer.
Orders by nailwil1 receive careful atten
'vHOI.PA.LE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
IllpOrted and Domestic- Wines.
Liquors and Cigars.
Stores, 130, 189, and 191 Medting St., and
118 Market Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Price lists cheerlnlly furniihed. Special
attention given o conignmnuts of country
193 EAST DAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
0 WILL PURCHASE 9
il32 -Will Porchase- a lhean~ftil -$3
Brown & Co.'s Furniture Store,
295 King street, Oppo:;ite Society street
CHARLESTON, S. C.
157 anid 169, East Bay,
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
177 31EETING STREETP,
5 Doors South ot MIarket Street,
DIRECTL.Y ON UINE CITY RALlWAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mrs, H, M. BAKER, Proprietress.
Rates Per Day, S1.00.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Frst~ Class in dll aIs ..-ppointmnent..
Supplied with all 31odern lImprovemnents
Excellent uisine, Large Airy Rooms,
Otis Passenger 'slevator, Elec
tric Iells and Lights, Heat
ed Rotc nda.
R..ATFS, $2.00, S$:50 AND S3.00.
ikcoms Re'sereed hty ..fail or Telegqrap'h
G,8,. Hacker & Son,
MAtNUTUj tRn.ERS Or
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings,
ESTABLISlIED 1IM .
CHARLESTON, S. C.
lEXT EyCj ITABLhE LII E ANss /IA Xi'E
MIANNING. 5. C.
JOSEPHI F. lIlI.\MF,
A TIu'I|.\IEl A T L A 1J'
M1ANNING, S. C:.
OHN :3. \VlLSiN,
MANNING, S. (C.
AJ T"I:.\ KV Ar TLA W.
SN. tary linblie \wiath a,:al.
ALL.N IUCINM. J). I. S.,
('//El'lA 11' S. U
S. THOMAS, Jn. .T. M. THOMAS.
Stephen Thomas, Jr. & Bro.
JEWELRY, SILVER & PLATED WARE,
Spectacles, Eye 6lasses & Fancy Goods.
257 KING STREET,
C1 ARL LESTON. S. C.
Carrington, Thomas & Co.,
-DEALERS IN -
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANCY GOODS,
No. 251 King Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Johnston, Crews & Co.,
JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS,
I Notions and Small Wares,
Nos. 49 Havne & 112 Market Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MAND D1l5LAY 01 XZT NOD:
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Latest novelties in dry goods, fancy
goodg, silks, dress goods, wash fabrics, such
as satines, ginghams, &c., ladies' under
Laces, Ribbons, White Goods,
hosiery, gloves, collars, trimmings, carpets,
mattings, shades, curtains, and npholstery
All orders will be carefully and promptly
T. R. MCGA1 AN. A. S. BROWN. LOUT. P. EVANS.
McGAHAN, BROWN & EVANS,
Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes and Clothing,
Nos. 226, 228 & 230 Meeting Street,
(HIARLESTON. S. C.
M. Drake & Son,
BOOTS, SHOES, & TRUNKS.
23 Meetng St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
L'rgest stock, best assortment, owest prices,
C. VWLERN & CO.
Flour a Specialty.
Nos. 171 & 173 East Day Street,
CHIARLESTO1(N, S. C.
JoHN F. W~RnNEn. L. H. QtoI:otto.
JOHN F. WERNER & OO.,~
164 & 166 East Bay and 29 & 31
UHARLER TON S. (.
HICH GRADE FERTiLZERS~
OF ALL KINDS.
FiLl .\Y.' .B. 1H 1C(KER.
President and General Agent,
5 EXCHANGE ST.,
CHA RLESTOyN. S. (.
Wilcox, Gibbs & Co.'s Manipulated Guano.
Excellent Georgia Standard Guano.
Wilcox, ibbs & Co.'s Superphosphate.
High Grade Acid Phosphate.
FOR SALE 1V
THE WIL.COX & GIBBS GUAN O,,
High Grade Special Fertilizers,
AN I) IMPORI'r:RS & p iALn:S IN
High Grade Chemicals and Materials,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Send for eatalogne conutainling descrip
tiols and p)ries.
Thle ahoV'w F'ertilizeri are for sale by M
LEVI. Manning, S. C.
J. ADGER SMYTH. F. JT. PELZER, Special Partner
SMYTH & ADGER,
Factors and Commission Merchanis,
1NorthL Atlalntic NA11arf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
DO YOU KNOW WHERE WE ARE?
DURANT & BELITZER,
sUMTER, s. C.
FURNITURE OF EVERY KIND.
REFRIGERATORS AND FLOWER POTS.
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER,
FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS,
252 King St., Corner Hasel, CHARLESTON, S. C.
OTTO F. WIETERS,
Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Licuors and Cigars,
No. 121 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
OTTO TIEDE & SONS,
Wholes cars and Provision Dealers,
172, 174, and 176 East Bay Street,
4 I M .T m S T > N, S. C.
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationary and Portable Engines and Blere, S w
Mill Machinery, Cotton Presses, ins, Railroad, Sie.1:.i
boat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
Repairs executed with promptness and Dispalch. &ndfor prire lists.
East Bay, Cor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
F. J. PELZFR, President. F. S. RODGERS, Treasurer.
Atlantic Phosphate Company,
AND IMPORTERS OF.
Pture Germlan Kainit.
-PELZER, RODGERS, & CO., General Agts.,
. ROWN's WHARF, CHARLEsTON. S. C.
Mr.. ML Lavi. of Mfanning. will be pleased to supply his fru&nds and the public gen
ally, with~ any of the above brands of Fer tilizers.
MOLONY & CARTER,
Dealers in Corn, Oats, Bran, Hay, Flour, -Feed,
244 & 240 Meeting St., Opp. Pavilion Hotel, CHARLESTON, S. C.
;f-Contracts made for car load lots or les's.
WYETIERHORN & FISCHER,
.M3ANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
General Building Material.
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Moulding, Scroll Sawing, Turning,
Door and Window Frames, Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling,
Weathier-boarding, Paints, Oils, Glass, Lime, &c.
Office, Salesroomn, Factory and Yards, Smiith, Near Queen Street,
Cb.arleston., S. C.
WWrite for prices, or send a list of your wants for an estimateMa
H. BULWINLE &C00. SPECTACLES &EYE CLASSES.
-DEALERS IN- J. G. Dinkins & Co. have recently obtain
ed the,agency for the celebrated
Grain, Hay, 1 Mill Feed. Aqua &ystal SpectaCles and
Southern Seed Rye, Southern
Seed Barley, Western andEe lsss
Texas Red Rust Proof and in addition to their already FULL
Oats a Specialty. STOCK have purchased a large supl)y of
these goods, awld are now prrpared to fit the
No. 102 East Bay, and 15 and 17 eyes of any onie, young or ol, whose eyes
Elizlbeth Street, "iied help). 1y the aid of th.- OPTO.MET
this is renderedl the w;ork of a few mn ents.
JL4R L EST'O-, S. C. A uality thces.gocas arc j.orexvhi,
CEO. W. STEFFENS & SON, PRICE IS DE~i~ RATE.
Wholesale Grocers o ikn ordb ~tdwt
-- AND ---gass
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. ofterutorsitavlab rais
CI1AP.iLESTON, S. C. jo h aeai rsraino h vs
Agents for the THE "REST" TONIC, aCalndgtoe
lessing to weak constitutions, stim ulating
anoelgtnl J. G. Dlinkin C. fnlef itelit
Dr .paE , in of qaCta sptalde or ey
Alwyskepsa ul asotmntofe Jr . G.Dikis& owll~ IIprese t coe
:hig elngngtoth DugBuinss tHe carUan pesevicn oI flee.
ealled minr EyessialealshilldhDisearo.
J. G, DIKINS&CO., Drugists
WOes e DruggstE MANN,.C
CHRESTON, S. C. /
Ih n1 b ao gi to htn a ful linessevef ILAEPI GR
Pres rs om dtPicis,s i 0
ind , Ctr .1rcns . EveryN rd r,
neve mui in how. r mal, shallhve prmpt n m, Arm
ials lan dru s tl rofis.
p ae ut s~dto f r soCk a lize, at
FORESTOWNHOUN SDOEUYU STOOERCN,
FOD,\'RNIETO, RS.ES C. .A ODC.' br~lTnh5
I. kepway ndL S a . f Dll lineltof(renSe l ofsjs
nd suchd attDc.lestas arDrusually ketpt ir-a