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THE MANNING TIMES.
Man 1in g, S. C
S. A. NETTLES, Editor.
WIDAYI JULY so 18011
The State Alliance meets in Spar
tanburg on the 22d inst.
It is thought that Chief Justice
Fuller will render his decision in the
Coosaw case in a few days.
Oae colored and three white men
were executed by electricity in the
New York State prison yesterday.
Hannibal Hamlin, vice president of
the United States under Abraham
Lincoln's first term, died at Bangor,
Me., on the fourth of July.
Governor Tillman has offered $250
reward for the capture of Darus Kelly,
charged with the murder of Editor
J. D. Shaw, of the Bishopville Eagle.
Some parties in Charleston are
ing to test the constitutionality of
eact of the Legislature requiring a
license for the sale of pistols and car
Governor Tillman has notified Sec
retary of Interior Noble, that unless
be can give South Carolina its share
of the appropriation for agricultural
and mechanical colleges in accordance
with the act as passed by the Legis
lature, the money will have to remain
in the United States treasury until
Congress meets again.
Mr. E. Brooks Sligh, of Chester,
in a letter published in the &ate to
day announces himself a National Re
publican. Mr. Sligh is a young law
yer, the son of Capt. Sligh, of the
penitentiary guard, and has a number
of acquaintances in this county who
will be surprised at his change of po
litical faith. Yet it may only be a
Sligh game to obtain the office of
post master at Chester. It is rumor
ed that he is longing for said position,
and has sent up an application. He
may not be cunning, but he is Sligh
all the same.
On our first page will be fouind
Mr. Thackston's alleged explanation
of his attempt to get all the public
school trustees in the State to sub
scribe to his journal, and to pay for
same with the public funds. The ex
planation in our judgment is not sat
isfactory, and to retain Mr Thackston
in his present position, after such a
blundering mistake, will be doing vi.
olence to the cause of Democracy.
Mr. Mayfield's course is clear. The
present administration, on account of
the cruel and causeless criticisms of
the Haskell press, must be above sus
picion even. The criticisms can and
will do no harm, but free passes and
scheming clerks will do its deadly
* Confederate 2"urviyers' Association.
Last Monday,. shortly after twelve
o'clock, a number of Confederate vet
erana met in the court hous~e, pursu
ant to'adjournment of a meeting held
~ty lat, and was called. to order
by Joseph F. Rham, Esq. Mr.'
Rhame, after very briefly stating the
business of the last meeting, request
*ed CoLHE LBenbow to takethe
chair, while he read the plan of per
manent organizatiozn as agreed on by
the committee. The constitution
and by-laws as read were then adopt
ed as a whole. Several additions
were thenanade to the roll of mem
bers, after which the association want
into an election of officers, with the
H. L. Benbow, president.
Joseph F. Rhame, 1st vice presi
dent; R. A. Walker, 2d vice president;
T. I. Keels, 3rd vice president.
D. 3. Bradham, secretary.
James E. Davis, treasurer.
S. C. C. Richardson, surgeon.
James McDowell. chaplain.
W. H. H. Hobbs, sentineL.
Resolutions were passed in respect
to the memory of Maj. H. H. Lesesne,
CoL Benbow making a eulogistic
speech on same.
After some further business of
minor importance the association
County Alliance Meeting.
The county allance met in the
court house last Thursday. A large
amber of persons representing all
sections of the county were in attend
*District Lecturer H. C. Burns, of
Darlington, was present and delivered
an address to which the public was
invited. Few, however, outside of
the members of the order attended,
but those that did attend were pleas
ed with the address. At the conclu
sion of the public address, Hon. Jas.
E. Tindal, president of the county al
liance, in appropriate terms thanked
the audience for their kind attention,
and invited those who were not mem
bers of the order in good standing to
retire as the rest of the proceedings
would be private.
One of the most important things
done was the election of officers for
the ensuing term, with the following
James E. Davis, president.
T. J. M. Davis, vice president.
D. J. Bradham, secretary.
W. G. King, treasurer.
A. J. Tindal, chaplain.
Joseph S. Cantey, lecturer.
3. H. Timmnons, assistant lecturer.
A. 3. Richbourg, door-keeper.
D. F. Lide, assistant door-keeper.
C. R. F. Baker, sergeant-at-arms.
After the election of officers the al
liance elected Mr. James E Davis to
represent this county in the State al
liance, which meets in Spartanburg.
After the newly elected officers
were installed, Lecturer Burns and
Mr. J. B. Tindal instructed the alli
ance on secret work of the order, also
explained to them such other matters
as the members should know.
A resolution was passed requesting
Capt. D. 3. Bradham to visit the dif
ferent sub-alliances and deliver lec
tures on the good of the order, and
on the subjects that are now being
discussed by the order.
The meeting was harmonious and
one of the best since the existence of
. the order in this county, and from the
reports of the secretaries of the dif
ferent sub-allances, the order is stead
ily gmroing in Clarendon.
BLOOD NEAR BISHOPVILLE.
The Editor of the Eagle Murdered and'
Another Man Badly Wounded by
Drunken REughs at a Picide.
CAMDEN, July 5.-Some particulars
of the death of Editor J. D. Shaw,
of the Bishopville Eagle, at a picnic at
King's Mill, in this county, have been
obtained, although neither the coro
nor nor sheriff, who went to the scene
immediately on receipt of the first
news have returned.
About 4 r. x. the ladies and gen
tlemen were dancing under a gin
house, when Del and Dozier Kelly
cme up, cursing and apparently
drunk. They were so offensive that
several persons, among them J. D.
Shaw, Robert A. Baskins, and J. W.
Gardner, tried to get them to leave and
walked off with them. When about
fifty yards from the gin Dozier Kelly
and J. D. Shaw clinched. The crowd
soon gathered thick around the com
When they were separated Shaw
walked off, saying he was cut, and
died in a few moments. He had
been stabbed in the left side of his
back with a pocket knife. Baskins
was bleeding, and was found to be
cut in nearly the same place by Del
Kelly, and the wound is feared to be
fatal. J. W. Gardner received severe
bruises on the arm. Del Kelly was
captured and securely tied to a tree,
and was threatened with lynching at
the time my informant left.
Dozier Kelly ran fast, got a gun out
of a neighboring house, and had not
been caught when my informant left,
who thinks the crowd were terribly
in earnest, but it is thought that some
cool men would prevent the lynching
until the arrival of Sheriff Haile.
Del Kelly had little or nothing to
say except to request to be turned
loose. He was tied hard and fast to
a tree. There seems to be no doubt
that the Kellys were drunk and try
ing to break up the pleasures of the
day, and Shaw and others were trying
to get them to leave peaceably.
$100 REWARD. $100.
The readers of the MaNsro Trms
will be pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stages, and that is
catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease requires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they offer
One Hundred Dollars for any case that it
fails to cure. Send for the list of testimo
nials. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
pZV-Sold by druggists, 75c.
Mr. Leitch on His Muscle.
Evangelist Leitch has recentty been
abusing the ministers of the different
denominations in the city of Columbia,
and after one of his attacks, Dr.
Chrietzberg went on the stage and
begged Mr. Leitch to "let up" on the
Learning afterwards that Mr. Leitch
didl not "let up" Dr. Chrietzberg wrote
him a letter pleading with him to dis
continue his objectionabe remarks, as
"it was cowardly." The letter was
returned, and at last Saturday night's
meeting Mr. Leitch spoke of having
received it, and in discussing the bar
keepers said while he did not approve
of their business, among them all du
ring his long term of drink and de
bauchery, not one of them had ever
done him an unkind act. "None of
them had ever thrust him out of
their door, or tried to stab him in the
dark." "They are honest and do
what they do openly and above board,
and that's more than I can say for
some of the church members and
preachers-or some of these 'slack
twisted' Methodists around here.
They talk about me and abuse me
behind my back, but they will not
dare to come to my face and say what
they think of me: oh, no; they are
afraid that I will give Dr. Quattle
baum down here a job of putting in
an upper and lower set for them."
BANANA PEEL ON THE SIDEWALK.
The street car had passed, but to catch it he
So he ran like a deer, and shouted and
Till he planted his heel
On a smooth bit of peel
Then he saw half a million of stars in a
He was in too great a hurry; better have
waited for another car. There are cases,
however, where haste is necessary. If you
have night-sweats, feverishness, weak, sore
lungs and a hacking cough do not lose an
hour in obtaining a supply of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. Delay in such
cases is dangerous: it may be fatal. Before
the disease has made too great progress, the
"Golden Medical Discovery" is a certain
cure. In fact, it's guaranteed to benefit or
cure, or money paid for it promptly re
Keeping Her Mouth Shut.
Little Elsie hung about her mam
ma's visitor all day with her lips1!;hut
very tight and some times with her
hand over her mouth. "What is it, El
sie?" the vistor at last inquired. Elsie
unlocked her lips. "MV]amma said I
must keep my mouth shut. She's orfie
'fraid I shall tell you that Uncle Arthur
has to sleep on the floor while you are
here."- Youth's Companion.
Tribute of Respect to J. C. Davis.
Eniuon MaNxING TMEs: -At a reg.ilar
meeting of Home Branch Alliance, No. '789.
the following resolutions were adopted as a
tribute of respect to our brother, J. C.
WHEAms, it has pleased Almighty God to
take from us and his loved ones our brother,
J. C. Davis, on the 16th day of May, aged
33, be it resolved,
1. That in his death we have lost a good
member, his parents a good son, his broth
er and sister a good brother, his friends a
true friend, and his country a good citizen.
2. That we extend our sympathies to his
family and friends.
3. Tha we send a copy of these resolu
tions to his parents and for publication to
the MatxxnGo T1'Is and the Cotton Plant,
hoping that we will meet him in that eter
nal abode (whcre we have every reason to
believe that he has gone by his acts and
testimonies) of peace and happiness not
made by hands, but by God the Father and
prepared by Christ our Savior.
4. That a blank page be left in our min
ute book inscribed to his memory.
C. R. F. B.xER,
Jxo. C. JonssoN,
Jxo. L. PEEBI.Es,.
W BROWV/I'S IRON BIT TERS
Cures Indigestion. Biliousness, Dyspepsia, Mala
ria. Nervousness, and General 1)ebility. Physi
cians recommend it. All dealers sell it. Genuine
has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.
The inestimable value of Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla as a blood purifier should be known to
very wife and mother. It corrects irregu
arities, gives tone and strength to the vital
rgans, and cleanses the system of all im
MIs S. A. NElmES.
THE following recipe makes a
very creamy rice pudding: For live
persous allow one and one-balf tea
cupfuls of boiled rice, two-thirds tea
cupful of raisins, two eggs, one-half
tea-cupful of sugar, one pint of milk,
one-half tea-spoonful of salt, one
eighth tea-spoonful of cinnamon. Sep
arate the whites and yolks of the eggs,
add to the yolks two table-spoonfuls of
the milk, and place the rest of the
milk on the fira in a double boiler.
Wash and stone the raisins (or they
may be left unseeded, if preferred),
put them in the milk, and cook them
until soft and tender, which usually
takes fifteen minutes. Add the
rice, cook five minutes longer,
and then stir in the yolks of the eggs
and the salt, sugar, and spice. Stir
well, cook for two or three minutes,
remove from the fire, and pour the
pudding into the serving dish. Beat
the whites of the eggs light, add to
them a table -spoonful of sugar, spread
the froth on top of the pudding, and
brown delicately in the oven. Serve
A mosT excellent dish for dessert
is made of a cake about an inch and
a half deep after it is baked. The
cake should not be rich. Put a light
meringue on the top, brown this in
the oven, cut the cake in square
pieces, anl serve warm with lemon
sauce. The sauce must be at the boil
ing point, and it should be poured
around the cake so that it will penetrate
it readily. If properly made, this is
SUCED bananas and oranges mixed
with chopped pineapple, with pow
dered sugar scattered over all, make
a delicious dish.
WHEx making layer cake which is
to have a filling of fresh fruit, or one
of any kind which ought not to be
put in until it is time to serve it, it
should be taken from the tins in
which it is baked and be placed on
the tins turned upside down. -Take
the precaution to heat these tins if
they have cooled, in order to prevent
the cake's falling.
FazzEn FkGs.-Chop one cupful
of cooked ham quite fine, place in a
hot skillet with a large lump of butter,
season well and break over eight eggs.
Stir all together until well cooked.
Serve very hot with buttered toast.
DRoPPED EGas.-Have ready a pan
of fast boiling water, salt well. Drop
ono dozen eggs from the shell into it,
and cover immediately and place
where it will not boil for ten minutes.
This makes a good, easily-digested
dish for a weak stomach, and well
liked by all who fancy soft eggs.
PIoKLED EG.-Boil two dozen eggs
for fifteen minutes and place in very
cold water. The shell will then re
move easily. Place ' them all into
strong, well seasoned vinegar, or what
is better, the vinegar left after beets
have been pickled, The whites will
then color a beautiful pink. Serve
in one week. Very good.
TEA OUSTAR.-Beat four eggs up
with a cupful of sugar in a deep bowl.
Flavor with cocoanut, lemon, or va
nilla and fill the dish with rich milk.
Place in a steamer and steam one-half
MANAGEMENT OF KEROSENE LAMPiS.
All who have experience in the use of
mineral oil lamps must, sooner or
ater, learn that the condition demand
ed for their burning without smell is
that the wick shall be turned up so
as to obtain a full-sized flame without
actual smoking. It is commonly
supposed at first that by keeping the
flame low all objectional odor is pre
vented; but the contrary is the case.
Something more may be learned by
frst charging a lamp with a measured
quantity of oil, bur-ning it with the
ame at full size for a given time,
and ascertaining the loss of oil, then
making a second experiment with the
same lamp, same quantity of oil,
burning the same time, but with wick
turned down so as to have but a frac
tion of the amount of light supplied
during the first experiment. On
measuring the loss of oil this time it
will be found but little less than in
the first case. Therefore, in turning
down such lamp flames, we obtain no
such saving of material as in turning
down a gas flame. The reason is that
with the low flame a considerable
quantity of the products of incom
plete combustion are making their
escape into the air; and these are not
only offensive to the sense of smell,
but are also injurious to the health.
Is a peculiar medicine. It is carefully prepared
from Sarsaparllla, Dandelion, Mandrake, Dock,
Pipsissewa, Juniper Berries, and other well.
known and 'valuable vegetable remedies, by a
peculiar combination, proportion and process,
givng to Hood's Sarsaparilla curative power not
possessed by other medicines. It effects remark.
able cures where other preparations fail.
Is the best blood purifier before the public. It
eradicates every Impurity, and cures Scrofula,
salt Rheum, Boils, Pimples, aui Humors, Dys
pepsia, Biliousness, Sick Headache. Indigestion,
General Debility, Catarrh, Rheumatism, Kidney
and Liver complaints, overcomes that tired feel
ing, creates an appetite, and builds up the system.
Has met peculiar and unparalleled success at
home. Such has become its popularity in Loweln,
Mass., where It Is made, that whole neighbor
hoods are taking It at the same time. Lowell
druggists sell more of Hood's Sarsaparilla than
of all other sarsaparillas or blood purifiers.
Sold by drugglsts. 31; six forSS. Prepared only by
C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecarles, Lowell, Mass,.
100 Doses One Dollar
FOR SALE isY
W. E. BROWN & CO., Manning, S. C.
INSURE YOUR LIFE.
The undersigned is authorized to write
policies for the Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany, of New York. Parties desiring to in
ure can get estimates from me.
N. M. JOHNSON.
228 KING STR~EET,
Opposite Academy of Music,
CHARLESTON . ..
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
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 $1 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
TO THE PUBLIC.
A Lady Tells of Almost a Miraculous Re
To the FAior of The Journal:
I wish to tell the people of Atlanta some
thing through your columns. I have a sis
ter who lics in Birmingham, Ala., who has
been Pelcted with what many physicians
termed "internal tumor." One physician
said it was "enlargement of the liver." She
came to Atlanta for treatment by a special
ist after failing to be benefitted in Birming
ham. A two months' treatment gave her
only temporary relief. She returned again
to the same treatment last year, and grew
worse until she became bed-ridden. When
she had despaired of ever finding relief she
at my suggestion began the use of King's
Royal Germetner. She began to improve at
once. In one week she was sleeping sound
ly, when she had not had a night's undis
turbed rest in two years. She began to go
about at once and continue to steadily im
prove. In six weeks she was so far relieved
as to be able to return home, feeling well,
with no swelling or evidence of tumor or
enlarged liver. I had a letter from her the
day before yesterday and she is evidently
My confidence in Germietuer was caused
by its curing me of catarrh. My sister,
Mrs. WV. A. Dobey, of Birmingham, Ala.,
will verify the above statement, and my
neighbors here in Atlanta will certify to as
much as came uder their observation. I
cheerfully give my testimony, hoping that
the afflicted ones may be induced to try a
remedy which has proven a signal blessmng
to myself and my sister.
MRS. A. A. BOGGUTS,
18 Emma Street, Atlanta, Ga.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
0oti0e of Sil of ESn~ fiI inient ?aze%
XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
iby virtue of s indry executions to me
irected by S. J. Bowman, treasurer for
Carendcn county, I will sell at the court
ouse in said county the several parcels of
eal estate hereinafter described, owner
hereof being "unknown," at the suit of the
State of South Carolina for taxes, on Mon
ay, 3rd daiy of August 1891, within legal
Eighteen hundred anda seventy-five (1,875)
ares, Manning Township, Black River
swamp, bounded east by the estate of Mrs.
ML A. Clark, south by lands of Levi and
lahoney, north by unknown lands, west
y lands of J. P. Graham.
Two hundred and fifty (250) acres,
lanning Township, Black River swamp,
oundedi on the north and east by un
nown lands, west by the estate of Ridgill,
outh by hinds of estate Mrs. M. A. Clark's
One hundred ancd forty-seven (147) acres
in Manning township, Black River swamp,
bounded on the north by unknown lands,
east by Manning public road Black River
rossing. South by estates of Thames and
Clark and west by unknown lands and es
ate of Mrs. M. A. Clark.
Six hundred (6J0) acres in Manning
township, Black River swamp. bounded
north by public highway to Manning cross
ing Black River swamp, east by lands of
state of Alsbrook and Hlenry D~eLaine,
edge of the swamp being the line~, south by
nknown lands, wvest by !ands of Mrs. L.
1. Barfiel.], Mrs. Rosa Weinberg, Mrs. II.
. B:a lham, and unknown lands.
Two thonsand acres of land in St. Jamos
ownship in Santee swam p, bounded, north
by lands of Hlackby and Humne, eatst by
Hackley and IHume, and K. L. Simmons,
south by lands of H~enr3 and Charles Sin
clair, and west by Nelson's Ferry road.
Four hundred (400) acres in Harmony
ownship, Black River swamp, bounded
orth by C. L. Emanuel and J. J. Conyers,
east by unknown lands, south by unk~nown
ands,'wecst by lands of D. J. beadilam.
One hundred and fifty (150) acres in Hiar
nony township, Black River swamp,
>ounded north by' lands of W. H1. Colt', east
y lands of 1). J1. Uraibam, south and west
y unknown lands.
Four hundred and fifty (.150) acres in llar
no township, Black River sw am p. bound
d n'orth by hands of C. L. Emanuel and .
. Conyers, east, south, and west by un
Purchasers to pay for papers.
DAN-L J. B3RADHAM,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Application for Dlischarge.
ODN THlE FIRST DAY OF AUGUST
1891, I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon county, for letters dis
mssorv in the matter of the estate of Dr.
. Allen Hluggins, deceased. All persons
having claims against said estate must pre
sent them before the above date.
G. ALLEN HTUGGINS,
Manning, S. C., June 30, 1891.
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New Yolk Office, 84I West Broadw~ay.
5SMi(E HENOC iGARiS, THE BEST NICKLE CIGAR SOLD.
B. A. JOHNSON, Sole Agent, Manning, S. C.
SOL. ISEMAN, Whiolesale Grocer, Slate Agenit,
158 East Bay, OCharleston1. S. C.
FOR THE LADIES
I aln oiflerillg Special inlduCemelniS in ladies' dress goods.
Go. A, SchitIley,Cha CshSoe
AND FEED STABLES. kp ffCfftYtT5~a OD
30 Chalmers Street ~OK~YAE
CHIARLESTON, S. C. HrwrFrig-mlmns rcr
WiFine~ horses and mules constantly tro 5.C
FOI N BJROTHIERS, Atu .Mceh
175 East Bay, Charleston, S. C. POORP R
WholeSale Dealer's inl Tob-ac-57Kigop.WlesChrstnS..
co, Cigars, haenoedicuestkeibprtusLMc
p.r'Leading brands of Tobacco: Limited, btteol ooe htgahri h
RedMea, Gld ars OuPechBron J godste Supeght fork cah lnolwestpric
for infants and Children.
-castoriaissowenadaptedtoehndrenthat C8t ""scm01,~ Co09ruca-o
I recommeditsmperioro anyeeWC600u Sour Stomach, Disrrhcea. nructtioU
ow toend i Lo A. A P I ED., Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl
111 , So. xord St., Brooklyn, N. T. wi 3murious medation
11The use of 'Castoria' "is so universal and "For several Yo I have rGeOiMeded
its merits so 'well known that it seems a work asoisr' na riSadslably o ntinue toM
of supererogatoendorse it. Few Ore the dosoa hsul vrallrdie bnfc
intelligenT.0fimiles who do not keep CS4OSa h& ,t
witin easyrocb.'' EDwn F. PARDI. X. D.,
CARLos Mzri, I'.D. rn winop,"iStreetaand 7thAve.,
New York City. NwYr iy
Late Pastor Bloomingdale Beoormed Chur
,f as CgmriAV COMPA=, 77 ManAY STaMsr. NaW YonL
ADGER SMYTH. F. J. PELZER, Special Partner.
Factors and Commission Merchants,
1VTorth. AlanUXio 'VMtharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
0. W. BL~AKE & CO.,
-EEarc.vvare - ""
TINNING, OAS FITTING,
Lamps and Globes, . a House Furnishing
SEND FOR PRICES. 60003, ETC.
Sole agents for "Garland Special attention given to
Stoves and Ranges." VW01IQSJ country orders.
Under Academy of Music, CHARLESTON, S. C.
1OTTQO F. WIETERS,
Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Lionors and Cigars,
No. 121 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
OTTO TIEDEMAN & SONS,
Wholesale Grocers and Provision Dealers,
172, 174, and 176 East Bay Street,
4I Ir SL T 1T, S. C.
WM. SI-IEPPERD & CO.
ASSOR T MENT Gos t.
-OF- ~~O~a -A~
7i CaO7kig 207vig 7c
Send for circulars
Tinware, and price lists.
No. 232 M~eetinig St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers, Saw
11111 Machinery, Cotton Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steam
boat, Machinists', Engineers' andl Mill Supplies.
A@&Repairs executed with promptness and Dispatch. Sendfor price ists.
East Bay, Cor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
O.~ L. VIETT,
A r tis ti o M on.rnae n t s
IT. "Marbl1e ancd Gran ite.
MAGNOLIA CEMETERtY AVENUE,I
C HA RL E ST ON, S. C.
Enterprise Cars pass office and workshops.
HENRY C. WOHLERS,
li Augv und Red Apph Tchaco, a1ho !ig Augp au Eing Ricka Cigun
No. 2 Meat a Specialty.
213 East Bay, CH ARLESTON, S. C.
PERCIVAL~ M'FG. CO.
SASI, DORS, ND BIND. 47 t 46 eei S.., CHRESO, .C
Ge. . Toale &_Ompny
MANUF~W cTURERS oF AN LSLEDAESI
SA OO~ie ad LN. Saerom ,81 and 412 etn St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
TLD BETHESD MAE NHAEW.
MAtFCS YoUr DYEN THOLSn TELfS
CHARLESTON STEAM DYE WORKS,
Am wor..1 g.u..anteed. 310 King St. CHWA RT3!TON. s. C.