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THE 11M.IING TES.
WEDNESDAY, Novenb 5, 1890.
Your Name in Print.
--Mr. R. S. Conoor was able to be out at
the pollS yestierday.
---Mrs. M. C. (hark and chihlr-!n, of Sum
ter, are m Menning, vLiti:g relatives.
--Dr. A. N. Tallev. of Columbia, spent
last night. in aaning on a professional
--Mr. Joseph Sprott. Jr., cashier of the
lank of Manning. left Monday morning for
R-ed SIrinqgs. N. C.. where he was narried
to Mi.s Josie MeLtain to-day.
M. La-i has just received a car load of
fine flour which he offers at Charleston
Special attention is called to the inagnifi
cent line of ladies' dress goods at Moses
If you want a pair of good shoes Levi has t
M. Kalisky has in stock a sapply of very d
handsome parlor lamps, which he will sell C
Tilhnan has carried all but two or three
counties in the State.
Mr. M. Levi has recently had the roof of
his mansion overhauled.
Intendant Bradlhatu put on an extra po
liee force yesterday to prevent any breach of 1
Wood for sale. Call on Lowry & Thames. a
A very zealous supporter of Judge Has
kell voted his State ticket in the congres
sional box yesterday.
- The editors of this paper have been too v
busy this past week to get out more reading
matter this issve. We will add eight more
Johnson has just received a fine assort
ment of clothing.
As far as we can leirn there was only one
white man in the county, who voted for
Deas the negro candidate for congress, and f,
he lives in Manning and is a Haskellite.
Golden machine oil for gins and mills at s<
Dinkins & Co.'s drug store.
A small house belonging to Stephen E
Moses, near Mrs. M. M. Bell's place, caught
on fire Monday morning, and nearly fill of g
the roof was destroyed before the fire was
First class breakfast strips at B. A. John- C
About ten o'clock San-cday night the shed
over the engine at Bradham's mill caught
on fire, and in a few minutes the gin house
K and all the buildings on the premises would
bave been destroyed, but fortunately Mr.
Alfred Dyson discovered the fire and gave
the alarm in time to have it extinguished
without any damage having been done.
B. A. Johnson has in stock an excellent
assortment of crackers and cakes.
Mr. Thomas Bell, an old gentleman about f
eighty years of age, who is residing with Ii
his rephew. W. K. Bell. met with a very c
painful acident Monday night. While walk
ing in the piazza of the hotel, his foot slip
ped, and he fell to the efioor breaking his
thigh. On account of his extreme age it is
feared that this accident may prove fatal. h
Schwerin & Co., of Sumter, ask that their ]
Clarendon friends get their prices before d
buying elsewhere. They claim that good
money will thus be saved.
One of one of the oldest and most prom- a
inent ministers of this caunty rode thirty e
miles yesterday to be able to vote the Dew- 1
ocratic ticket. He said he was a Democrat, b
and while he does not generally vote unless
there is some urgency, yet in this case,
when the independents are trying to disrupt t
the Democratic party, he felt it of para- tj
mount importance to vote the regular Dem
ocratic ticket. That's the kind of patriot
ism we love to hear of.
Just arrived at Kalisky's a fine lot of bo- oi
Mr. Johni W. Huggins ot the Fork section a
of this county, had the misfortune last Wed- t
nesday of having his house and all of it~ t
contents .distroyed by fire. . Mr. Huggins a
was in Manning attending to his duties as P
uoliceman at the time, and there was no
one about the place, but his wife and two -0
little children. Mrs. Huggins was unable
to save anything on account of ~
having no one with her to keep one of the S
children from following her into the burn- ti
ing brailding. The loss was about one hun- *
dred and fifty bushels of corn, a lot of fod- s
der, twenty-nine dollars in cash, and all of s
the provisions, furniture, and clothing,
without one cent of insurance.g
An elegant line of colognes, extracts, a
toilet soaps, face powders, hair brushes,
combs, tooth brushes, and other toilet re- e
quisites at Dinkins & Co.'s.
Wonder why the negroes did not
vote thbe Haskell ticket in this county ? e
'Tis strange ! - el
The Haskell influence at Foreston ~
was very slight. Only one negro of- c
fered to vote at the State boxes, and a
he has been a Democrat since '76. Of t
course he voted for the regular Dem
About one hundred white men fail- I
ed to get a chance to vote in Salem ~
yesterday, owing to the managers tat- y
ing up the time hunting the names of i
the voters on the registration books. E(
Complaints have been made that a
voters were refused a chance to vote i
at Forestonl because the managers ~
could not find the names on the books,
even though the voters had their reg
A circular letter was received here ?
Monday by the Republicans to watch (
the Haskellites to see if they were car- j
rving out their obligation to support g
neas. Some people have been barn- E
boozling the white people until the
white people said they would be bam
boozled no longer. Then they tried
their hand on the negroes, but Ha
gar's chil'un could not be caught by
men that have bro ken their pledges.
'I le Redbones of South Carolin.
The following interesting bit of
news, interesting at least to the young
er generation of Carolinians, is pub- e
lished in the New York World as cam-e
ing from Senator Wade Hampton in 1
the shape of an alleged interviewv:
There is a singular race of people
in South Carolina, called the Red
bones. Their origin is unknown. They a
resemble in appearance the gypsies,
butt in complexionl they are red. 'They
have accumulated considerable prop-e
erty and are industrious and peacea
ble. They live in small settlements at
the foot of the mountains, and asso
ciate with none but their own race.
T bey are a proud, high-spirited people.
Caste is v'ery strong among them.
They enjoy life, visit the watering
places and mountain resorts, but eat
by themselves and keep by themselves.
When the war broke out several of<
them enlisted in the Hampton Le
giou, and when the Legion reached
Vi'ginia there wams a great outcry
among the Virginians and the troops
from other States because we had en
listed negroes. They did not resemn
ble0 the African in the least, except in;
cases where Africans had amalga
mated with Indians. This intermix
ture, which is common in the Caroli-!
3n:s, produccs marvellous results. It
fakes the kink out of the hair of the *
A frican, straightens his features, and
impr'oves him in every way except mu
temper. These Afro-Judo people are
dvils when aroused, and as slaves;
were hard to manage.
o r weak back, chest pains, use a Dr. J.
I. M.'I.ean's wonderful healing plaster
HOW IT STAND%
Below we give a tabulated statemer
:omplete except as to Governor, Lict
Governor Other Stat. :tate
?RECINCTS! &Lt. Gov. Officers. Se-n.
DEE IND | DFM PD DLE
Janning... 135 19 ' 15 411 13:
oreston . 1. . . 104 1 82 1 7
o r d a n . . . . . . '05 1 2 . . . ' . .2
%ummerton..1 21(l I:I 2 3 5 2
inewood . 91 68 G(- 20 .
'acksville... 2821 14 -22 0 28:
'ork ........ G51 57! 59! 30. .
ew Zion.... 22 010I 11 l
Toa...... 1162: 210,! 1)77 12 3': 9 1
'he Place for Best Goods at Lowest
We call special attention to our large stock
f jerseys, in all colors and styles, from 50c
> $3.50. Silk jerseys for $2.50, worth $3.50.
Laerissa, something entirely new in dress
oods, for 85c per yard. A beautiful line
ouble width cashmere goods 20c and 25c.
lur stock of dress goods is complete in
very respect, and a most beautiful line of
rimmings to match.
A large stock of ginghams and Scotch
inghams from 8c to 20c per yard.
A very large stock of Satines from 10c to
Oc per yard.
We call special attention to our Satines 30
ches wide for 10c, worth 12c.
A beautiful line or lambreqiins, scalloped
nd printed with tassels, from 75c to $3.
Feit 72 inches wide in all colors for $1.25
er yard, with felt drapery to match at 25c
A beautiful line of plush table covers
ith deep fringe, from 50c to $2.
Table scarfs, silk and felt, $1, $1.25, and
Arrasene- and chinelle ribersines and
Zephyr and Germantown wool.
Plushes in all qualities and colors.
Cream and blacc silk ficues 25c.
A full line of men's clothing. Men's snits
-om $3.50 up; boys' suits from $1.50 up.
We have a first class line of shoes, and we
All at rock bottom prices.
If you want a good hat go to Levi Bros.
[ats from 25c up.
A complete line of gents' furnishing
150 barrels fine western flour just re
Complete line staple and fancy groceries.
ome one, come all, and be convinced.
We pay the highest price for cotton.
Sumter, S. C.
The Election in Ueorgetown.
GEoRGEroWN, Nov. 4.-Tillman's ma
rity now 153, with three polls to be
eard from, which will increase the
tajority. Miller's majority 373 and
lom the result will not increase. El
ott's defeat is due to the apathy
iused by Haskell's candidacy.
The Election in Sumter.
Snimn, Nov. 4.-Eleven boxes
eard from, four to hear from, give
[askell 680, Tillmian 562. Little
oubt that the county has gone for
[askell. Hughson county ticket
ead. Eight boxes heard from, sev
n to hear from give Elliott 484, Mil
,r 576, Brayton 142, Elliott sold out
y both wings apparently for the
Ie of the State ticket. Many de
rred from voting for want of regis
THAT LITTLE TICKLING.
i your throat, which makes you cough
ace in a while and keeps you constantly
earing your throat, arises from catarrh,
ad as catarrh is a constitutional disease
e ordinary cough medicines all fail to hit
e spot. What you need is a constitution
remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla. Many
eople who have taken this medicine for
-rofula, dyspepsia, loss of appetite, and
her troubles, have been surprised that it
ould cure this troublesome cough. But
iknow the actual cause of the cough is to
lve the mystery. Many cases of consumnp
on can be traced back to the neglect of
me such slight affection as this. Con
nimption can be controlled in its early
ages, and the effect of Hood's Sarsa'parilla
Spurifying the blood, building up the
neral health, and expelling the scrofu
>us taint which is the cause of catarrh and
nsumption, has restored to perfect health
Lany persons on whom this dreaded dis
ise seemed to have a firm hold.
Estimates at Headquarters.
CoaxaraA, Nov. 5.-At the Democratic ex
utive committee headquarters, Dr. S. Pope
timates the following majorities for Till
bbeville, 2,000 Anderson, 2,500
conee, 1,500 Pickens, 1,500
reenville, 3,000 Laurens, 1,800
rnion, 500 Spartanburg, 3,000
hester, 2,000 York, 3,500
lancaster, 1,400 Kershaw, 800
hesterfield, 1,200 Darlington, 1,000
lorence, 500 Marion, 1,000
umter, very close Marlboro, 1,000
larendon, 500 Williamsburg, 1,000
orry, 1,200 Georgetown, 200
rkeley, against us Beaufort, against us
[ampton, 2,000 Barnwell, 1,900
rangebnrg, 1,200 Colleton, 800
iken, 2,000 Lexington, 2,800
~ichlard, 100 Edgefield 3,000
Out of 115 lower 9ounty precincts heard
om, Tillman has 15,000, and Haskell ->,00.
SYRUP OF FIGS,
'roduced from the laxative and nutritious
rice of California figs, combined with the
redicinal virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human system, acts
ently, on the kidneys, liver, an d bowels,
fectually cleansing the system, dispelling
olds and headaches, and curing habitual
Senator Hampton Did Not Vote.
Senator Wade Hampton failed to vote
esterdy. He says that he left his registra
on ticket in Washington. (? ??)
'- I tk
CAT ARRH CAN'T BE CURED
;ith local appli cations, as they cannot reach
ie seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood
r constitutional. disease, and in order to
re it you have to take internal remedies.
alls catarrh cure is taken internally, and
ets directly' on the blood and mucous sur
ees. Hall's catarrh cure is no quack med
ine. It was prescribed by one of the best
hysicians in this country for years, and is
regular prescription. It is composed of
he best tonics known, combined with the
est blood purifiers, acting directly on the
aucous surfaces. The perfect combination
f the two ingredients is what produces
uch wonderful results in curing catarrh.
lend for testimonials free.
F. J. Camrxx & Co., Props., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, price 75e.
The Eind of a Democrat Haskell is.
Jdge Haskell cast his ballot yesterday
or Ensor, the Republican candidate for
ongress. He also voted for himself. "Birds
f a featLer will flock together."
We've heard of a woman who said she'd
ralk tive miles to get a bottle of Dr. Pxeree's
'avorite Prescription if she couldn't get it
vithout. That woman had tried it. Andl
t's ia medicine which makes itself felt in
oning up the system and correcting irre'gu
rites as soon as its use is begun. Go to
tour drug store, pay a dollar,. get a bottle
td try it--try a seond, a third if niecessa
ry. Before the third one's been taken you'l.
mow that there's a, remedy to help yon.
Lhen you keep on and a cur'll come. But
f you shouldn't feel the help. should be dis
ippcinted in the results-you'll find a guar
tutee printed on the bottle-wrapper that'l
et your money back for you.
How many women are there who'd rathei
ave the money than health ? And "Favor
.tt Prescription" produces health. Wonde2
s that there's a woman willing to suffer
avhen there's a tjcar'odeed' remedy in the
aearest d rug store.
Dr. Pierce's pellets regulate the stomach,
li..r, .nd bowl.e UMil L-nd :1rfi'-t i vm
2 IN CLARENDON.
it of the vote i: thi coainty. It is in
itenant Governor, St'ue allie!rs, a11"
E"o.C.i Col i0-r~s
1)E-d YL - N, -1A*ii - PEAs
67~~ ~~ 77. . s
67 71: .
2811 282 20!Z 1
211 211 :1 -4 71 247 1
6; ! 1 11 57
if Hlaskellisma was Itue Deocray, I hle:
Goodl Lordl Deliver u(s.
COLUMLA. Nov. 4.--1 s I-s bCen
quiet and comparativelyunexciins
election day for COlumbia. Lin
power gave place to po ltical still
hunting, and the loud-mouthed poli
tician to the silent hastlers. Whil
the enthusiasts put in sone vigorom
and effective vork, the voieu of the
disturber an! the inebriate was nol
heard in this land. Apparently good
humor was the order of the day.
The Haskellites counted on somc
monumental -assistance here from thE
colored vote, but the negroes showed
marked indifference, neglecting even
to vote largely for congressman.
Judge Haskell cast his ballot for En
sor, the Republican nominee for con
gress. He also voted for himself foi
governor, remarking that lie had nev
er voted for himself before, but that
he was constitutionally and conscien
tiously opposed to voting for Tillman.
Dr. Ensor voted fur Haskell foi
Governor and himself for Congress.
All q(uiet Except at Pinewood.
T here was no trouble at any of the
polls in this county yesterday, except
at Pinewood. At that place neitlhei
of the polls were opened on time, and
of course neither election should be
considered legal. At one time a row
seemed imminent, and the air was hot
with harsh expletives. Telegrams were
sent in all directions, but later thirigs
quited down, and no blows were pass
ed or blood shed.
Charleston Went Denievratic.
Obarleston proved true to the Dem
ocracy, and the Tillman ticket receiv
ed nearly a thousand majority.
A cream of tartar baking powder. High.
est of all in leavening strenigth.- - . S. tG"a"
[Successor to C. I. Hoyt .\ bro.]
Largest and Oldest Jewelry Store lI
SUMTER, S. C.
A very large stock of Britannia wair-, t1
very best silv-er plated goods made. >5
Gold Rings on hand. Fine line of (Clocks~
Wedding Presents, Gold Pens, and Specta
cles. A big lot of solid coin silver just re
ceived, at lowest prices. My repairing d~
partment has no superior in the State. Tr:
around first and get prices, then comec to me
You will certainly buy from mie.
L. W. FOLSOM,
Successor to F. IH. Folsom & Bro.
SUM.1TER, S. fi.
WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY.
rAe Rigbr's Shost Jannig S.C~
ningn and ostnlst ig- wagn m(a. Als
on cart ana bugges.-rf'1Poiti..
Ordes b al h l cce crefuSl ic
At HARby LShoMNi, S. C
Olnko thtebs, sorgest l-nst-rils
san, and ote lestin blans moale. alov
es cpres L-. Dr.g L.S W. Neu~ Foreston.
HO STANBLGTE Fois -AE
CS H REacker1T &u'NE So
dwiu C ~and athuldn ne. C.ne
ent toC- ebrhs Dreh l, an depoit-. W
J. D. RTLEDGE. E TIAL.
DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS OF
F URNIT URE.
ST.,T[EXRTON, S. C
Kee p in s Iock a fiIll line ofl bedsteIs, i Iiai-s, taLles. S oI I'. wa rdrobes, bLurcais, bed
11o0n1 -Sets, cradles, cribs, inattres 'ses. be(d spr'ings. (.ollins, en-skets, ,e.. etc. Ourstock of
COFFINS AM) OASKETS
is equal to any kept in thiis or Sum1er-01' coluities, :an( we will fill orders at any liour day or night.
Mr. If. 11.. Telilan. well known in this county as a skillful and experience(l uecianic, will give
persolmlI ttelition to repairinig of 1any nd all1 kinds of furi ire, or wilI mufacture an kind of
uin-niture at shortest notice. Our prices 'are as low as the lowest. and all we ask to effect a sale
IS Z I inspectioi of our goo<ls.
B" MR N0 N LE
ST.TMTER, 6. 0.
Clothiers, Hatters, and Furnishers.
Desire to call the attelt io-' the )eople of C a1rendon to their lailiilicent line of
At $5.00. $7.00, and $10.00. A suit which is decidedly the best goods ever offered for
CALL ON THE SUMTER
TEA AND COFFE E OWIM,
T. B. CURTIS, Proprietor,
Monaghan's New Block, SUMTER.
Teals :an ul les in Itu-gest. variety a specialty. Ferriss alul HIarvey's I fams and St rips.
lTurbe's Sima-edl ruitts. &c., &c.. RleemberV our ann is to keep the best ("WX. K. TV. B.")
an'! linest variety in Ithe city. with as reasonable a price as is consistent with sainie. ( ix'e us a
clli, allic see if tis youwil Cliar-lestoai ti h' ( [)e 's oll
AMOTN STOCk!I URES
;1keep M-tiallon hind 'u filllsine of
sumter, s. C.TS'lATON
lforslcin er sotie ainsthatiwohven on l e hand-IGR, ADE EE
soes iad oscle.buth ch at andneuofartidies' dressusugoods, wrapsie
and novelrtiesiin thencity oftStmtto.sOur
edg~o hw o uer , S htt . C e ofeSyufeshESEELASB
ofoest, cleain, a r seli mecange botht fromh first handsa the canos- e h gnyfrteclbae
sest ag is coegaate ie ceapeist line hofuase, honess godsc, inps
teande eletend cri vtate o tOu AquapeopystafClarendon.com
paeor1rcs an Wea ntre Petbssouhsmes ineyecalles
have to see hese goodsso appreciatnthem.eThentherepireoutblacktdres
eds, rosithiat ko th bl a nts g o f thgrainil , byk n thooug kenweett s o n nyugo lwoeee
ho alwo buyen hrieto buy, and what insh easu.n eere yod finresh thi isrnnedtll ~o tiei oet
hnest, cleav a retilercaie, oughrms tan hsands A the esign to qa)teeg ieueeie
drs magois Whe garanee sprices agrinstsenyresses, aolso tonducelaids andthi
thtraes. An een ori al iniaintofelepeo laedn oi
pAreod prcs and al oacesqAuarhoes assmn of buISS.S WCaLl RCKSDRAE
frm4 o1 yas at una o es.ud f orc~uwf.haro qu.rsalsetclso
J. . kn &BU wl rGESSah n
I goods consising in art ofIlackeprahvrainsilkhslk and oolllieinettof
Pun hecre D sand ediin 'tees.
Idns. Wehae prtterlie f gngam tanusul. A ew dci nd 'l sunch atice aon e. uulykp nar
fl~n~kQ owm~rkAIPWrapsS ANDG SILS,
Andplshan al-woljakes lrgeasoratntof ISESandK5 ampHOrdTO .wRApaint,oisled
4varnishess, brnosb\oes &ci u nii s . s i
from - . ' unheard nioe5. L T. Lig oi. BU S, M.arc~ n .,
mor coplte.Capet~,Rug, u~get, Adtattna Profoundctcls n
immns, ndbymakngou cntrac ary e ave iN T itiotohe aleay UL
't orcat dvantage ver thosethat bougthaater.aelkeeg) sup.plyeof
Co ' ceebrtedkid buton oot fo ladesals ~b orl reownd these goos, tande t o w th ea red k t fit te
- of cnt'handniad shos, it f'ct soes f evry knd ad de jeyesl Our Tiiian o e ongiTlln o er , i o neee
nedi'thielp. to thead iof the OPTskETERt
thivs it todee the wol ot radfe ioet.
ULLIIHN rn~aAs I1to ualy tw'hegodre unexclled
- ])~v~aini'titeaniOt ie ecelld. e cary lrgeand ell ssoted toc o e h se e edhep s o uld cf OO l
in ll f hes lnes L~tet syls ad bstfinsh I o n u J.iG Dn in ti C o e itted w'ith a
If I~o he 'i . u to eho wit 1 valualo t eaist
Our wae room and helvesare erivion th e a re an- d presh( l erva i n Coi' e.
cad"our shyes Laien Health bond Dirseand.
_____ ~ ~ a a ful and omplee lie of out f~cv ad pla- habt',all can e t one.ii herwat
1~,55'rioton Ding, opp wole t., Caleon , .C
when~i von v isi Chretn d' t fai to0
() ' ) ()i\ I 1~ l 1.. i5' .havopp ' som. p:iture s iitaken by o Ar thu r.c
SO HWERIN & CO,
Cf c1A-amter, S. C.
Can s-arc tie p.-opk- of Clarenudion good n; money by cailng on them at thei mammoth
SLOrE hr: and .Ltting their
4$ 00 Uv 1,o as, Mk.atsi. hlouri All. ESid of E hpl oeiet,
Cu.u and see us. We ar,? leaders. Pr:ces and quality of goods guarantced.
SCI WERIN & CO.. Main St., Sumter, S. C.
HAL. D. GREEN, Manager.
We have the largest and most complete line of
SCHOOL SUM31 2 LANX 3R BOOR INE STAIONERY, NOELTI, U,
in Sumter. We buy in largo quantities direct, and sell as cheap as any house in the
State. We keep all books used in the public schools of both Sumter and Clarendon
counties. Give us a call and be convinced.
Ma0n st., Opposite Court. House, SUMTER, S. C.
aiN & BELITZER
Main Street, SUMTER, S. C.
We carry the
largest and finet
SN, "Ile. '~ line of all grades
and styles of Fur
niture ever seen
in these parts,
and can sell you
at prices that
_Try us and be
Wall Paper and Shades in Abundance&
R. W URANT & SON
Carry a large stock of goods, and can furnish nearly anything made of iron. Tools
for mechanics, farming imnplcments, household supplies, carriage and wagon material,
guns, pistols, eartridges, loaded shells, etc. Also crockery, glassware, potware, tmware,
-ooden svare, lamxps, belting, lace leather, gin bristles, rubber and hemp packing. We'
have on hand a large snpply of
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES,
Of best make. Soliciting the trade of the people of Clarendon, we remain, Tours~
R. W.* DUR ANT & SON, Sumter, S. C.
.ST RECE IVE D
THR~fEE CAR LOADS
ALSO. FRESH ARRIVALS OF
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, ROAD CARTS, AND WAGONS.
H. HARBY, Sumter, S, C.
November 4th, 1890.
Ag'rienltundl imuplemelts, guns, pistols, cutlery, Dupont's powder, sporting goods a
specialty. Paints, (regal brand) oils, varnishes, and brushes. Agents for
Garland Stoves and Ranges,
Studebaker wagons and road carts, buggies, phcetons, surries, and carriages. The
largest assortment of harness in the city. Iron pipe, pumps, mill supplies, hubs, rims,
andl spokes. Tinware, woodenware, rubber and leather belting. We flatter ourselves
that the above lines are complete in every particular, and wve would ask befordoy~ing
that vou call and examine the stock of
GAILLARD & LENOIR,
suLliit er, S. c.
A rt is tfio M oxn -rn enEt
In. -arr1e anc.d G-ranite.I
MIAGNOLIA CE3IETERY AVENUE,I
Cii1 RL E uT O N, S. C.
Enterprise Cars pass oflice and workshops.I
JSEPI- F. NrORIS
sass J2King street,
CHARLESTON, C. C.
Buy your furniture for casi, and save one-half its cost. You can do it
by calling at the above store, and selecting from the la:-gest stock and cheap
est furniture store in the Statte.
W. J. Black,~ MRS-MARY 0. -UCT~
Sales Stables. M~illinery and Notions.
amoii4ved to tcor. M~ark t &k Churchi streets, PatronIage solicited; satisfaction guara
t-ed. Come-r Ba~yee and Brooks streets,