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THE MANNING TIES.l
S. A. NETTLES, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1890.
Ex-Governor Johnson Hagood, last
week, in a letter to the Aes and Cou
rier, in favor of re-electing Seuator
Wade Hampton, asks, -Shall Hamp
ton be held up to obloquy because in
a late contest between Democrats, en
tirely State and local in its character,
be did not espouse either side in the
style of a ward politician ?'
Gen. Hagood is mistaken in his
premises. Prior to Sep. 10th it was a
fight between Democrats. Good
judgment, however, should have dic
tated that it was inopportune for one
holding the high ana honored posi
tion of senator to interfere. Senator
Butler took this view, and he retains
the respect and confidence of the en
tire State. Nearly evety one.knew
that Gen. Hampton's preferences were
with his old friends and against the
farmers' movement, but they expected
him to remain neutral, and the sur
prise at his taking sides in the cam
pagn meetings was very great. The
rebuke then given him should have
been a lesson, but he was too inti
mately connected and associated with
the Haskells to let .reason have full
sway. While, however, his course in
the campaign meetings was criticised,
yet, had he acted after Sep. 10th in
consonance with his oft repeated as
sertions, the State would not have
failed to continue heaping honor on
him. But he who time and again,
when some man of minor influence
dared to bolt the regular nominations,
had declared that an Independent was
worse than a Radical and that the
only safety of our government lay in
our solidly and stolidly standing by
the regular nominees, now when the
bolt was made by men of great influ
ence forgot his former course and
assertions and admitted that it was
all owing to who the man was wheth
er as an Independent he was worse
than a Radical. Cruel and fatal mis
take! Our people love Hampton,
love him for the great good he has
done us in war and in peace, and he
has been honored more than any oth2
er man in the State, yet- whan the
venerable senator-allowed himself to
give character to an independent
movement which was but another
form of Mahonism, the people are
afraid longer to trust their interests
in his hands, and must and will seek
another leader who has not come to
-theconclusion that he holds a title in
fee simple of all the votes of the
The State will ever cherish the past
virtues of our loved Hampton, will
lave him for what he has done, but it
is due to her fuare safety, that no
honors be bestowed on any man that
hent favor or influence to an independ
A PHOSPHATE SYNDiCATE.
A correspondent from Charleston to
te New York Eleald seems to think
that an English syndicate is trying,
a probability of success, to buy
the entire interest of the State in the
phosphate deposits along the coast
and rivers, and says:
The air is full of rumors of an English
gsndicate with fabulous wealth coming in
orthe State's share. It is well known that
the Mercers' Brotherhood, who are now
largely engaged in mining near Beaufort,
have been in communication with Englush
,ipialintS in reference to some such project.
Is also well known that several English
ad Scotch agents have lately visited the
phosphate territory and made as minute
, exainations as they could under the cir
oc.unstances. All these parties have been in
nsnltation at the office of one of the lead
~ing law fisof this city. Everything points
-ta big deal of some sort, but it is imipossi
ble to ge anytLing definite about the mat
ter. h current report is that the English
Guaen have $10,000,000 that they are anxious
bput into the State Treasury in exchange
dorat interest in the river rock.
-This is a matter that every farmer
Sinterested in, because if the report
shbe true there is some prospect for
rivate individuals to get full control
oft the phosphate mines, and once
they secure that control, the farmer,
teman that'uses phosphates, will be
'he one most affected.
R ev. 0. A. Darby has been elected
gehablain of the house of representa
Hon. William R. Elliott, after a te
~dous contest before the State board
oicanvassers, received his certificate
of election last Friday, declaring him
to be the congressman-elect from the
esventh district. It was not until after
%ie supreme court passed upon the
esse that the board issued the certifi
A bill has been introduced in the
legislature requiring railroad compa
nes to provide separate but equal ac
e-ommodations for the white and col
ored races. The bill provides that
? onductors shall have power to assign
asengers to their proper cars, and
should any person refuse to occupy
the car assigned him the conductor
-may refuse to carry such person on
A bill was introduced in the legis
lature Saturday to make five ie cent.
the legal rate of interest, and immre
diately after its introduction a corn
pany was started, having for its object
the loaning of money at the rate of
five per cent. interest. The company
has already obtained from the Secre
tary of State a commission, and will
be known as The Savings and Five
sPer Cent. Association of Columbia.
-A great many persons from this
county expect to go to Columbia to
kmorrow-to witness the inauguration
~rirmonies of Gov. Tillman. The
occasion promises to be an event that
has never been equaled in the history
of the State. The ceremonies will
take place on a platform in front of
the State house where everybody can
see and hear. The Governor-elect
will be escorted on the platform by
the chairman of the inauguration
committee, Gen. R. R. Hemphill, to
gether with the members of the su
preme court, circuit judges, solicitors,
and members of the general assembly.
The oath of office will be administer
ed by the Chief Justice, and Governor
Tmlman will deliver his inaugural ad
dress, which we predict will be a fine
ocument. Our readers may expect
this address in the Morso Trus
The funeral services of Mr. A.
Doty, a prominent educator and one
of the brightest Mason-s in South
Carolina, took place in Charleston
The bill to limit the rate of interest
to five per cent. per annum has been
unfavorably reported upon, as also t
has the bill to abolish the office of;
supervisor of registrat ion.
Senator Pugh, of Alabama, was re- 1
elected to the United States Senate,
after a long and spiritetfd contct. In:
his speech of accepta'nn he repudiAt,
ated the idea that his election was an
Reprcsentative Woods has intrto-v
duced a bill, "To prohibit all pt-rsors c
fromi praelcig physie or surgcry in
the State, with or witimiut compensa- v
tion, who have not a diploma and wih r
have not complied tl the State
Oh the Curse of Drink!
Appropos the letter from a lady in asth
week's issue on the subject of wine mankinge
and wine drinking, we copy, by request, a 1
short extract from "Chronieles of St. Marks
Parish" by Dr. J. M. Burgess, published %
some years ago:
"When Rev. Henry M. 'Mood was in
charge of the Mannin circuit, he organized t
a temperance society in the Sunday-school
at St. Marks aLd furnishcd the members
with badges to be worn on the person, one
of which he wore himself. This action on c
the part of Mr. Mood was highly commend
ed, and a parent of another denomination
encouraged his children to unite with the I
society. How greatly it is to be desired
that the course pursued by Mr. Mood
should be followed by all pastors. .
"If the tempcerance reformers of this
country would do as Mr. Mood did, and be
gin with the children, they would have less
need of the aid of individual pledges by c
adults, of local option and prohibitory laws.
Begin with the children before a taste,
which may have been inherited from a
drunken father or a tippling mother, be
comes strengthened by indulgence. See to
it that physicians do not prescribe alcoholic t
mixtures except where absolutely necessary;
that mothers do not mix hot toddy for them
when slightly ailing. See to it that alcohol
ic beverages for men, maidens, and minis
ters of the gospel at parties and weddings
and the tables of the rich and elsewhere are
banished, and then put the main depend- t
ance on the grace of God in the heart." C
Tillman Does Not Favor Hampton.
To the Editor of The News and Courier:
In an editorial in to-day's issue of your la
per I find the following statement: "Gov
ernor Tillman has been mentioned for the ;
place, and we presume there is little doubt s
he would be elected if he should announce '
his candidacy. But during the campaign he
declared that he was willing that Hampton
should spend the remainder of his life in
the Senate, and he cannot be spared from
the office of Governor until his work has
been accomplished." f
Please allow me to correct an error in to n
which you have fallen. At Aiken the min
ister who opened the meeting with prayer
paid an eloquent and fbnching tribute to
Senator Hampton, in which I heartily con- N
curred, and when I began my speech, after b
alluding to the prayer, I spoke as follows:
"I can even go further than this, and could
pray that Senator Hampton might die in the P
United States Senate, but lie has no busi- 0
ness taking part in tlis family quarrel be-1
Those were my sentimt nts at the time .md
I never expected to change them. but S:-na
tor Hampton in thait Aien speech had of.
fended his audience very' deeply by ai broad b
intimation that the State was in danger of
Mahoneism from me and my friends.
Since then one of his friendls has actually
played Mahone ats far ats lie was able, and 1
the Senator had only words of praise and
commendation for him, anid whiile I have
nothing to do with the Senatorial election \V
and do not expect to allow the use o'f my h2
name as a candidate for the Senate. I no
longer have such feeling as I had at Aiken,
and our Senator, if not elected, can attrib
ute his defeat to his own acts.
IS. R. TrILMAY. t
Columbia, Nov. 28-. c
HOW'S T HIiS !
We offer one hundred dollars reward for ~
any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by 1
taking Hall's catarrh cure.
F. J. CHENEYv & Co., Props., Toledo, 0. n
We, the undersigned, have known F. ,J.
Qheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business '
transactions, and financially able to carry ~
out any obligations made by their firm.
WEsr & Tnunx, Wholesale Druggists, Tole
WaarsG, KrxsAs, & Marivis, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, Ohio._
Hall's catarrh cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price, 75e. per bot si
tIe. Sold by all druggists.
When Baby was sick, we gave her CastorIa. et
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. fc
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
That sour-tempered. cross, dyspeptic in
dividual, should takA Dr. J. H. MIcLean' s
Saisaparilla ' It will make him feel as w'll v
and hearty as the healthiest of us. He needs
bracing up, vitalizing, that is all, a
If you suffer pricking pains on movirg
the eyes, or cannct hear Uright light, an
and your sight weak and failing, you should
promptly use Dr. J. H. Mec':an's skength- aV
ening eye satve. 25 cents a box.
If you suffer from any atetion cansed by
impure blood, sne(h as sec.-fuh~ ~i, it rheum,. Y
Dr. J. H. McLean's Sairsap:ria. :41
If von have a pain:ful :ise of fatigne, la
find yoiur duties irksome, tM:e Dr~. J1. 1. Me- a'
Lean's Sarsamparilla. It wviil bracL e'u uip,Itl
make you strong and vigorous.
Freqently accidents '.eenr in the b~houw -
hold a hieh cause burns, ents. sprai, and
bruises; for use in such easesc Dr. J1. ii. Me
Lean's Volcanic Oil Liinwitat has for nyn
years been the constant favorite family rem
To allay pains, subI i in flammiat on, heal
fiul sores aind nicers the most piromapt and:i1
satifactor'y results are obtained hiv using
that old reliable remedy, Dr. J. 11. McLean 'sa
Volcanic Oil Liniment. r'
When you are constipated, h:ave head
ache, or loss of appetite, take Dr. J. H. Me- If
Leans liver and kidney pillets; they' ear ..
pleasat to take and will cure you.
A ronunent Merchant Convicted and
Sentenced to Jail for Thirty Days.
Jcasos, Xhss. Nov. -L-T P. Wareii of
Hazelurst, propirietor" of one of i' te larest
to-dyv conicti'd 'in the ~.. federal curt of un
aully retailing~ whi .'y :.izd was ;en
te'nced'y .ind'e Hall o thirty day im
prinmnt in the Hu litrJ.t jai.o a to
pa a tine. of 6"00. he is al.o'ai tov
his ttentioni to) hi's bus~'i'' ti i Ja. ii5,
whn isi to go- to jait na sev ti i
ey was sold by nagioes. who act d. ai.s a go
between, wvhich Judge 16Il in his senitenee'
said made the offensa greaLter. Tfhe counlty.
where the orinse was comm~niitted has been
for several years stron gly prohib'iton.
Aunt-"Well Bobby, what do you
want to be when yo gow u y
Bobby (remembering private seance
ni the woodshed)-"An oirphan."
Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic cures _
every pop, or no pay.
One bottle J'ohnson's Chill and Fever
Tonic guaranteed to cure and prevent the
eturn of fever. Price 50 cents.
What is a 100 times better than Quinine j
and 100 years ahead of doctors in treating N
Fevers of all kinds? Ans.- Johnson's Chill L
and Fever ' nie. Why ? Because one 50 ti<
MRES S. 'A. NETTLMIs.
TlE Co:,a-m (un..-The coiing girl
ill cook her own food, will earn her
w livin", and will not die an old
iud. The c'oming girl will nr t wear
Ie Greciail betl, dau(c t he Germann,
'uore all pos)Sibilities of kowing how
> work. will not endeavor to break
Ie hearts of uinsophisticated young
.en, will spell corily'l, understand
nyihbefore She aIffects French,
ill preside with equal race at the
an. or wash-tub, will spiu more
arn for the hous:e thani for the street,
AM not) despise le plily lali moth
ri her pooi relations, or the band of
i Lonest vorkei; uill wear a bonnet,
ill htrui her own stochings, and iot
ead the L ger ofteuer than she
loes lier Bible.
The coming girl will walk ive miles
day, if need be, to keep her cheeks
glow; will mind her health, her
>iysical developuient, and her moth
r; will adopt a costume both sensible
ud conducive to health; will inot
onfound hypocrisy with politeness;
vill not place lying to please above
rankness; will have courage to cut an
mwelcome acquaintance; will not
hink reinement French duplicity;
hat the assumiied hospitality where
ate dwells in the heart, is better than
ondemnation; will not confound
race of movement with silly affecta
ion; will not regard the end of her
>eing to have a beau.
The. coming girl will not look to
aris but to reason for her fashions;
vill not ainj to follow a foolish fashion
iecause milliners and dressmakers de
ree it; will not torture her body,
hrivel her soul with puerilities, or
nin it with wine and pleasure. In
bort, the coming girl will seek to
lorify her Maker, and to enjoy men
ally His works. Duty will be her aim,
.nd life a living reality.-Exchange.
GINGER CooKIE.-One cupful each
f brown sugar, molasses, shortening
one half each meat fryings and but
er), and sour milk, one teaspoonful
f soda, one tablespoonful of ginger,
nd as much flour as can be stirred in
vith a spoon. Do not roll out, but
ke smuall pieces into your buttered
Lands and form into marbles. Put in
ell-greased tins, allowing space to
pread, and bake in a moderate oven.
'hese are very nice.
BoILED TURKEY.-Put four quarts of
ater into the pot, with three tea
poonfuls of salt and one of pepper.
[ave the turkey stuffed with force
eat and when the water boils put it
i with two pounds of salt pork or
aeon, half a pound of onions, one of
-hite celery, six pepper-corns, and a
unch of sweet herbs; boil slowly for
no and a half hours. lix in a small
an, two ounces of butter, with three
unces of flour, over the fire, add a
int of liquor from the pot, strained,
alf a pint of milk, the onions and
:ey taken out and cut up fine, boil
igether for twenty minutes until it
ecomnes thick. S3erve the turkey with
te sauce poured over- it; the bacon
[ould be served separately.--rAdh's
omc Macga Iue.
A medium-sized diy goods box,
-ith~ a strong cover put on with
inges, and neatly covered with pret
icalico, makes a nice place to keep
arments, or children's playt hings.
ad tihe top wvell. before putting en
2e calico cover, and you have a little
>ueh thbat suits the small folks. If you
re going to keep clothes or scraps,
r unfinished work in the box, line thbe
:side neatly wlth newspapers. The
rinters ink helps to keep away
A PRarrY LAMIP M~r.-Center of
hite, eighteen double crochet into a
nail chain formed into a ring.
1. Dark scarlet, one long double in
2. Dark scarlet, one long double in
3. White, three long double in each
4. White, four long double in space
etween three and one in each other
5. White, one long double in each
>mmon space and six in center of
sur double stitches.
G. Light scarlet, one double in each
id six in center of foregoing six.
7. Dark scamrlet in single crochet.
r.> in every other one and chain one
a:ween for a little finish for edge.
Fasten the points in honey-comb
jape around the edge and it will he
try handsome and easily m'ade.
TIwo shades of red alone will make
very pretty mat.
Some things can be easily made at
>me and will repay the little time
i expense spent on them.
IF YOUR I-cU I'- P-oN FIlmE
on put unter on th bring ti", o
Sthe smnk.. * * . yoe cat.aIrch youi
ouild a t:tC1 -: beain . i. not
voor n~we. Lemo've the iimpure' ca a
haesIeL:. H.~~zt':x el.'tj
Gu D~e Sulth--Ho do il.u like
>uri 1:e .* w irs,( . i,s. Fau:: ?1i.,u
de as easy as L ye-d. lHe tugs~
tile bit and ac ts~ as ii he wv'mited t o
in away wvith mne.
Gus De Smith. -I don't blune hinm.
I had his chance I'd do it too.
nI ost ancient and most genieral of all
diess. searcely a f~taiy is entirely free
from~ it, while thousands everywhere are its
sffering slaves. Hood's sarsaparilla has
hadu remarkable success in curing every form
of serofula. Tile most severe and paiifnfu
running sores, swellings in the nteck or
guitre, humnor in the eyeg. causing partial
or total blindness yield to the powerful
effeets of this medicine.
sold by all druggists. Si; six forS5. Prepared only
by C. I. HOoD & Co.,Apothecaries, Lowell, Mas
100 Doses One Dollar
Farm For Sale !
SVALU'AULE P'LACE CO(NTAINJNG
410 acres, fatr:o of 1(00 nere1s cleared,
veling and onthouses, locaeid near th
rteasternif RaLi1lroad, etwe n 5al.rs and
mes, in WVilli.unosburg t'unty. For par
ulars, address C. E. LIFRIAGEU',
Toil.. . 1'.
Both the m-thod and results vhen
uo igs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshng to the taste, and acts
o'.mly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Livr : Bowels, cleanses the sy
efetually, dispels colds, head
es and fevers and cures habittal
ConsLItpaion. Syrup of Figs is thie
only. remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs ,is for sale in 50c
and~81 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y
I take pleasnre in announcing to the po
ple of Clarendon thab I am offering an i
mense stock of dry goods, ilannels, jeans,
cassimeres, prints, shirtings, and everything
else in the
Dry Goods 0
line at hard pan prices. I have a 1f1ll and I
coinplete stock of t(
Notions and Fancy Goods.
I ask special attention to my large ascort
nient of realdy made CLOTll[N. My se
lection in this hue is very tine and of all
gtrades, and they are offerel at eweedingly
low prices. I :m in a position to save yo
as I bought dir; et fraa the fctors t. r cash,
and I w Jil : I l y Cnstoners the :ilvint
of good shoe for little mniioev. I Cal beat
a bions-e in the town on
as I keelp a fuill supapiv e ~ n a 1 all the t imi, re.
and' I~ntrepaed to turn ilh thesec goods at 1
smeall ioar'in. Call in and -iee n:e. ad I j&
poieto prove to yonr own ;tijsfactioiny
that it is to your interest to buyv fri ii
M. KALISKY, K
Opposite Court H ous~e, 1.
I have in sto'ck some of the most 1
artistic pieces in this line ever brought
to Sumter. Those looking for.
Tasty Wedding Presents
will do w~ell to inspect my stock. Also l
on hand a magnificent line of Clocks, mn
Watches, Chains, Rings, Pins, Bet- of
tons, Studs, Bracelets, inl solid giidd,
silver, antd rolled plate. -l
Repairing of all kinds will receive e
prompt and careful attention. e
L. IE. LEGRAND, Il
SUMTER, S. C. th
[Successor to C. I. Hoyt & Ik ci.]
~argest and Oldest h~ ws~ry Storen
SU MT ER, S. C.
A eylr tc 2o Bitami war . .
atien las. noc spror in tate ';l. Tr
arun list il(ad l]et~ pris thenI comei to .
YoGildlns certail. buy fot me. (
Suj ec esrto F.I. ii Folsomi ro.
L.W . t)LOMAl
Su1chieo ano Fin. Inzf r FinAomeia al .2
neatlyexecutd by.siled wokmn. o
T Lave in : !rxc :-091 con-ati.v arr-i-v
rtment of all ldiJs- (.1
A inaglile'nt. line of dress rnods. I
r11ess4, sakIle, bridles :1ld V.his. mi
]E3 .EL. JO L
. Opposite Court,
UB i E LL,
U Y, S E Li!,
Ally.]>01'S011 ill l() C ollliy WV
Il or rent. will find it to his f
S. A. NETTLES., Real
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a S tll'la\', No\'. 2211(. I will
[Ols's. a11.I tall Jo id Wo'lk Stoc
111cet lh (lelll1fils of iy ('ll
1' l1eW 11oivCOs f'oill time to ti
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horss reattC le nlt hee a.SOhnd
ats.hog, plafthes. organs ad tlI-4
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ilS. t ra c .1' b hIL.X A-Ii;
(ig CVe ( I:Ly :a larP all-l varied as
bVIn:L!kably low prices-.
~afs. shoies, clothing, and fancy g:oods.
d a full supply of tLe best groceries.
10 wisiers to bv or rent. or tc
Ldvantage t) communicate witl1
Estate Agent. Manning, S. C.
TIrn. S. C.. Nov. 19th, 1890.
me this opportunity to say thai
receive another ear load, all
k. Duiring tile season I propOs(
i Horses ain(. Mules. so as to ful.
Ioiners. Ask them to look ol
me ol fresh arrivals.
'Mall VIo KIIOw
A ood1 article when he sees:i
FOLLOW ES INOWS,
and he wil surelytbingupatou
stor, th helquater forV thebest
Knowledlge is Power.
The ignoranit mun is led by the
niosc., by thos~e who devise cunning
and plausible statements.
ITHE WISE MAN
18 LED BY HIS KNOWS.
And cannot be caught by clap-trap:
and big promises. We do not doc
business on the brag plan, but appeal
to the judgment of buyers.
We Invite Comparison
in every particular, of our goods withj
any on the market, content to abide
the verdict of discriminating buyers.
We Offer Bargains
Which the man who sees
Will surely seize.
S. PR. COLE,
Siunliierton~f, S. C.
'*J '8 3.1PaIIUUIl
. 7 ogini Oi.tuma augP oqI uaq
M S AE dIIMEif ll; U imi
S. L E
JA PEED STABLES.
( I 1.LI El'TON. 5. C.
.i - Fin- acs aun us con.stantly
W. J. Blck,
1h..,.)...1 t' ... iT~r-f V ('hnrch stredt,
for Infants and Chil
I recommend itas superior to s.ny prescription So m O tpAton,
known to me." H. A. ARnCn, M. D., on, We, Ma. E prctation,
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Wi 3 inuri leep, and pronote
"The use of 'Castoria' is so universal and "For av
it- merits so well known that it seems a work your'Oia, I have recommend
of supererogation to endorse it Few are the do so as i1 3A d shall always continuet
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results." iably produced benefcia
within easy reach.'
CAztws MLRTYY, D. D.,
New York City. "MhaW F. PAflDRZ, IL D.,
Late Pastor Bloominge.ale eorm & 25th Street and 7th Ave.,
Lnte astorNew York City.
Tam CTAnuz CoEPANY, 77 S'=ET Nzw Yo.
For the next 30 days I will close oi t a <!reat reductior
Dress Goods, Wr s, Cloa
An Examinatio Solicite
L.OTHINC AND FURNI C COOD8 STORE,
Main Street, ER, S. C.,
Is the place to buy. Go rig n e-tYorln.md
umW and low priced-anseetyu e.md
Hats, Shirts. Neckwear. Un aSckHnkecif
Umnbrellas, Piece Goods, Jeai ear, Wock ns, Handerchief
lot of Coats and Vests, and nt s,lants, ank aj
Large line. We call thc attei ehn sa li et by1
our line of of the ladies especially to
BOYS' O THING,
arg and2 cheap. All of the
talopices ascnbe ho e goods w e guarantee to sel
deal inany where. Remember. we
GOOO -OOD S.
r)on't forg-et to see them atm; rcs Wt hnsf
past liberal patronag-e of t mydo Jpeople, it thaspecful
ask a cor tmluance of the sai Yeor veryl, truly, ctu
Main Stre MTER, S. C.
We carry the
nue of aill grades
*iiii~*'and lstles of Fiir
- 'r fliiure Ceer seen
I n thes~e p~arts, '
Try- us and1( be
WYall Paper1'Shades inl AbundancI(e.
.tericultura1 i le i irflpot'Pwer 1Otn gO- -
peialty. Paint-,U.~ v~~L a n brusD t po t r, otin od
Garha O~ and1 Rangs
lar -t assortrant * har -' imo'sris n
t!a th ;Ll)cve 1IS a h mu r
I L L A RD & L EXNO IR,
/S u m3x.t er, s. C.