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THE MANNING TIMES.
S. A. NETTLES, Editor.
!ZDNISDAYI MUY 22 1811
The annual meeting of the State
Horticultural society takes place in
Greenville on August 12-14.
Rev. David Levy, a Jewish rabbi of
Charleston, preached in the Florence
Methodist church last Sunday night.
S. Y. Tupper, one of the foremost
business men of the South and ex
president of the Charleston Chamber
of Commerce, died at his home in
Charleston last Saturday morning.
President Stokes of the State Alli
ance has challenged Senator M. C.
Butler to meet him at Prosperity, the
29th inst., to publicly discuss the sub
treasury scheme. The challenge has
been accepted, and the public will
watch the result with interest.
Last week a party of men backed
by some influence that is opposed to
Democracy met in Columbia and or
ganised what they called a white Re
publican party. They claim to have
a following of about three thousand
at present, and with an organized
movement propose working in every
county in the State. It therefore be
hooves every white man to stand to
the party that gave him political life
and freedom-the party that lifted
the yoke of black and tan tyranny
from his neck, and made South Car
olina a decent place to dwell in.
Free tuition for girls is the caption
of an advertisement in another col
umn. This is an excellent opportu
nity for some of our girls to get a
year's training in a good. school free.
The course is only one year, and then
a diploma is given which entitles the
holder to teach in any of the public
schools of the State without further
examination. This scholarship is
worth $150, and it seems to us that
thers should be a dozen or more ap
plicants for the position. Two ad
advertisements of the examination
appear in this issue. We hope to see
the court house crowded with young
ladies at the examination the 31st
There is more political discussion
this year than ever before in an "off
year." Some are trying to organize
a third party, while others are advo
cating certain measures to be adopt
ed by their respective parties. As to
the formation of a third party in
South Carolina, we think it would be
suicidal to the best interests of the
people, and a death blow to white su
premacy in the State. There is no ne
assity for any one to desert the Dem
ocratic party on account of the sub
treasury scheme or any other scheme.
Those that favor the sub-treasury can
work for its success within the ranks
of the party, and if they have a ma
j-rity their point will be gained, and
the party remain intact. We can
no~t afford to allow any set of men
or even certain measures to divide
us, for there is an enemy lurking near
ready to leap into any breach that
Sumnz-rorm, July 21.-We are hay
ing fine seasons in this section and
the crop is much improved. Some of
the corn was too near maturity for
-the rain to do it much good.
The concert last Tuesday night was
well attended. Visitors were here
.from Sumter, Manning, Jordan, Davis,
Panola, and the surrounding county.
The music, vocal and instrumental,
*was very good. The recitations of
Messrs. John Cantey and Willie Bel
ier were well rendered and much en
'oyed by the audience. Rev. C. C.
Brwn lectured on the good and bad
qualities of the ladies, both in and
outside of the house, to the edifica
tion and amusement of the audience.
The financial part footed up about
School Commissioner L M. Ragin
and Dr. B. M. Badger left yesterday
morning for Mt. Airy N. C. They
will be gone 4 or 5 days. Others will
go this morning. The round trip for
ten days $5.50.
Mr. 3. D. Rutledge is surveying the
town. The road commissioner is
having the roads opened up and
worked. We hope our avenue will
be put in better traveling order.
District Conference the 6th of Au
gust, and don't you forget it. Where
are the chickens? c.
Jonoms, July 20.-Mrs. 3. A. Sprott
has been able after a long illness to
spend some time the past week with
relatives at Wilsons and Foreston.
Mr. 3. M. Sprott has gone to Glenn
Miss Jennie Bagnal, who has been
-spending some time with Mrs. W. T.
Sprott, has gone to her home near
Wilsons and is quite sick We hope
she will soon be well again.
Crops continue to be promising.
Several good showers of rain the past
Mr. 3. M. Knight has returned
after a .mnonth's absence much im
proved in health- C
Last Friday afternoon while the
family of Mr. R. A. Ridgill were in
their residence, their attention was
attracted by smoke issuing from the
barn. They all ran out and discov
ered the barn to have been set on fire,
and while they were woraing to ex
tinguish the flames a negro boy by
the name of Cuff McLeod entered the
residence, and stole two suits of
clothes and a coat belonging to Mr.
Charley Ridgill There is no doubt
that the rascal set the fire to get the
family to leave the house so that he
could succeed in his felonious inten
Cuff McLeod is a short, thick set,
black negro, and has been in the em
ploy of Mr. S. C. Williams for a num
ber of years.
Sheriff Bradham is very anxious to
get hold of him, and will pay a bran
new ten dollar bill to any one that
willlcapture and deliver him to the
The Great Need of the Country.
What the country needs is reform
that will teach every man to live with
in his income. Among the poorer
classes in the South it may not now
be possible to pile up immense for
tunes, but it is possible for every one
to make hn honest living. One may
not be able to wear purple and fine
linen, and fare sumptiously every day,
but he need never be without whole
some food and comfortable raiment.
Some of our poorest men are the
ones who spend most for tobacco and
whiskey When a man gets too poor
to buy these the county takes him in
charge as an absolute pauper, and
for the first time in his life probably
he learns what economy is.-Maron
100 REWARD. $100.
The readers of the MANNING TIMEs
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 care 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.
.i&Sold by Oruggists, 75c.
Both Wonder Workers.
Papa-See the spider, my boy,
spinning his web. Is it not wonder
ful? Do you reflect that, try as he
may, no man could spin that web?
Johnny-What of it? See me spin
this top. Do you reflect that, try as
he may, no spider could spin this
Blotches, pimples, liver patches,
G. M. D. right quick dispatches,
Drives away incipient tumors,
Clears the blood from poisonous humors;
Ailing one, whoe'er you be,
Try the worth of G. ME. D.
which is the great Golden Medical Discov
erv of Dr. Pierce-a wonderful tonic and
blood-purifier. The "Discovery" is a stan
dard remedy for consumption, bronchitis,
colds and lung troubles; guaranteed to ben
efit or cure, if taken in time, or money re
The %onth Must be Democratic.
The Democratic party gained a
great victory last year in the various
Congressional elections. It will gain
another next year unless we have too
much third party talk. Every vote
gained in the South for the third
party is also a gain for the Republi
cans. The South should be nothing
but Democratic.-Neuberry Herald
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive
ly cures piles or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
moncy refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale .y J. G. Dinkins & Co.
A LITTLE GIRL'S EXPERIENCE IN A
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are keepers
of the government lighthouse at Sand Beach,
Mich., and are blessed with a daughter,
four years old. Last April she was taken
down with measles, followed with a drea~d
ful cough and turning into a fever. Doc
tors at home and at Detroit treated her, but
in vain, she grew worse rapidly, until she
was a mere "handful of bones."-Then she
tried Dr. King's New Discovery and after
the use of two and a half bottles was com
pletely cured. They say Dr. King's New
Discovery is worth its weight in gold, yet
you may get a trial bottle free at J. G. Din
kins & Co.'s drug store.
THE FIRST STEP.
Perhaps you are run down, can't eat, can't
sleep, can't think, can't do anything to your
satisfaction, and you wonder what ails you.
You should heed the warning, you are tak
ing the Erst step into nervous prostration.
You need a nerve tonic and in Electric Bit
ters you will find the exact remedy for re
storing your nervous system to its normal,
healthy condition. Surprising results fol
low the use of this great nerve tonic and atl
terative. Your appetite returns, good di
gestion is restored, and the liver and kid
neys resume healthy action. Try a bottle.
Price 50c. at J. G. Dinikins & Co.'s drug
Whent Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was aChild, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
Is it sensible ? Is it reasonable ? Is it
economy, to suffer yourself and worry
others with a headache when Bradycrotine
will relieve you in fifteen minutes. It
costs only fifty cents a bottle.
The evils resulting from habitual costive
ness are many and serious; but the use of
harsh, drastic purgatives is quite as dan
gerous. In Ayer's Pills, however, the pa
tient has a mild but effective aperient, su
perior to all others, especially for family use.
Hanging Out of Fashion.
A hundred years ago people were
hanged in South Carolina for horse
stealing. It isn't fashionable now to
hang them for murdering a fellow
mortal.-Newberry News and Herald.
Thousands have been relieved of indiges
tion and loss of appetite by a single bottle of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. 'The use of thisnmedicine,
by giving tone and strength to the assimila
tive organs, has made innumerable cures of
chronic dyspepsia. Price S1. Worth $5.
Hall's Hair Renewer eradicates and pre
vents the formation of dandruff, thickes
the growth, and beautifies the hair as nc
other preparation will.
Tillman's Record as (Governor.
Tillman has made a good governor.
His enemies even will admit that. He
has done nothing to shake the confi
dence of the people in his administra
tion, unless it be the acceptance of
free passes over railroads. In this he
has done no more than was done by
his predecessors-all good and hon
orable men. We do not justify it,
but do say that if no more substan
tial objection than this can be found
against him he is entitled to a se.ond
term, and the farmers who put him in
ought to see to it that he has at least
fair play, and should not lay them
selves open to the charge of inconsis
tency and fickleness by so soon turn
ing their backs upon him without ad
equate cause. If they do, they may
expect to be told over and over again
by the Antis, ''I told you so." Es
pecially should the far-mers everlast
ingly squelch those coat-tail swingers
of 1890, who are turning against Till
man in 1891 because they think his
star is waning.
Aiken county has 2,'766 acres plant
ed in warmelns.
THE DECEITFUL WoMAN.-The most
dangerously deceitful womuant is the
one who does not mean to .deceive.
Her intentions are in the umiu good, as
most of her friends realize; yet she has
the unforbaiinte faculty of misleading
people regarding her real sentiments
in everything she says and does. She
would be fairly overcome with grief
and vexation if any one were to tell
her that she was unreliable in word
or deed, for it has never entered her
poor, silly head that she is anything
but the most sincere of women. Of
course, she is not morally lacking,
like the person who wilfully tells or
implies a falsehood, but in her quiet
way she does even more harm than
the other can possibly accomplish by
her more direct and more easily de
The woman we have in view is as a
rule fairly well bred and by no means
ignorant or lacking in experience.
Indeed, she has so many good quali
ties and has had so many advantages,
that we wonder how her character
could have received such an unpleas
ant bias. Her imagination is so
strong that, without intending a false
hood, she can never quite adhere to
the facts of any case she may wish to
relate. Thus the most commonplace
happening is embellished and distort
ed until it is quite changed and no
one would recognize it. She de
ceives nobody more completely than
herself, for the shred of real truth
upon which she builds her deceitful
story acts like the "little leaven" that
leavens the whole lump, and, to her
own mind, makes truth of the whole.
She mistakes society, too, for she is
often genuinely deceitful by being
over-polite. It was unnecessary for
her to make such a friendly demon
stration when Mrs. A called the oth
er day, since she knew at the time
that she would be better pleased if
Mrs. A. never come to see her again.
She does not realize that she can be
genial and hospitable without acting
a lie by simulating a regard she does
feel. In her friendships she finds, per
haps, the most fruitful field, for here
she can deceive in the most artistic
way. She is often deceitful by her
silence. She has heard that "there
is a time to laugh and a time to cry,"
but she does not seem to know also
that there is a time to speak. When
a friend's actions are assailed in her
presence she does not defend the ab
sent one or strive to place the matter
in a different light, which she could
easily do did she not wish to curry
favor with .the mischief-maker; but
this cowardice does not prevent her
telling her friend the next time they
meet that Mrs. C said such spiteful
things about her, which she herself
tried her best to contradict.
Then again, in the presence of mere
acquaintances, she does not hesitate
to observe and remark upon the faults
of some old friend who has always
been kind to her. Mrs. G, whom she
has known all her life and who has
helped her over n1ny difficulties, is
no doubt a little hasty in her speech
and rather careless in her dress; but
the deceitful woman should not be
the first to point out these small
shortcomings, as you and I know she
does on every occasion.
Then this same deceitful woman
has another friend, who sang at the
charity concert last month. The sing
ing was certainly very inferior, but
does that excuse her for congratulat
ing and openly applauding the sing
er and afterwards quietly remarking
that her notes were all flat and that
it was so unfortunate the committee
should accept offers of such poorly
trained voices? Of course she does
the singer no real injury, but she
shows her own ability to "wear two
faces under her hood," and her friends
having found this out, soon lose all
confidence in her sincerity.
So strongly has the habit of mis
leading and misrepresenting taken
possession of her, that she is even de
ceitful in the small affairs of domes
tic life and to those she loves the best.
Her husband discovered her failing
years ago, and the knowledge that
she constantly deceives him in trivial
matters often rankles in his mind un
til he unconsciously begins to doubt
her very love for him.
But the deceitful woman generally
contrives to avoid any decided out
break against her. She is so suave
and agreeable, that even we who
know her faults so well are still at
tracted to her, and find it quite im
possible to assail her. If brought
face to face with any of the obstacles
which her peculiar methods have
placed in her path, she gracefully
walks around them, and tries to im
press upon you the fact that she had
nothing whatever to do with their be
ing in her way. Thus she never
learns the genuine contempt in which
all true-hearted women hold her, and
she goes on her way tranquilly un
conscious that by her unlovely con
duct she brings discredit upon her
self, her family and her sex. It is, iu
fact, this lack of perception which
causes her to persist in her unwoman
ly and unprofitable cond uct-unprof
itable because it deprives her of the
real pleasure wvhich only true friend.
ship can bring.
True, this wvoman is never deceitful
in important nmatters, and she seldom
does or says anything that brings act
ual injury or loss to herself or those
about her; but in the small occur
rences and interests of everyday life
her lack of sincerity does much harm
that is none the less real and deep.
rooted because it is often unperceiv
ed. Of her no one ever says, "Oh,
everybody likes her, because she is
always the same, wherever you meet
Makes many Uves miserable, and often last
self destruction. Distress after eating, sick head
ache, heartburn, sour stomach. mental depres
sion. etc., are caused by this very common and
increasing disease. Hood's sarsaparilla tones tho
stomach, creates an appetite, promotes healthy
digestion, relieves sick headache, clears the
mind, and cures the most obstinate cases of dye
pepsia. Read the following:
" I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I had
but little appetite, and what I did eat distressed
me, or did me little good. In an hour after eating
I would experience a faintness or tired, aU-gone
feeling, as though I had not eaten anything.
Hood's Sarsaparilla did me an Immense amount
of good. It gave me an appetite, and my food
relished and satsfied the craving I had previously
experienced. It relieved me of that faint, tired,
ail-gono feeling: I have felt so much bettor since
I took Hood's sarsaparilla, that I am happy to
recommend it." 0. A. I'AGE, watertown, Mass.
N. B. Be sure to get only
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by C. L. HOOD & CO., Apothecarles, Lowell, Mass.
100a Doses One Dollar'
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 m
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
pogular remedy known.
yrup 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
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TO THE PUBLIC.
A Lady Tells of Almost a Miraculous Re
To the F&itor of The Jour:al:
I wish to tell the people of Atlanta some
thing through your columns. I have a sis
ter who lives in Birmingham, Ala., who has
been afflicted 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 sh
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 Germetuer was caused
by its curing me of catarrh. My sister,
Mrs. W. A. Dobey, of Birmingham, Ala.,
will verify the above statement, and my
neighbors hecre in Atlanta will certify to as
much as came under their observation. I
cheerfully give my testimony, hoping that
the afflicted ones may be induced to try a
remedy which has proven a signal blessing
to myself and my sister.
MRS. A. A. BOGGUS,
18 Emma Street, Atlanta, Ga.
STATE OF SOUTH OAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
OICE~ IS HEREBY GIVEN THIA T
directed by S. J. Bowman. treasurer for
Clarendcn county, I will sell at the court
house in sidd county the several parcels of
real estate hereinafter described, owner
thereof being "unknown," at the suit of the
State of South Carolina for taxes, on Mon
day, 3rd day of August 1891, within legal
Eighteen hundred and seventy-five (1,875)
acres, Manning Township, Black River
swamp, bounded east by the estate of Mrs.
M. A. Clark, south by lands of Levi and
Mahoney, north by unknown lands, west
by land.s of J. 1'. Graham.
Two hundred and fifty (250) acres,
Manning Township, Black River swamp,
bounded on the north and cast by un
known lands, west by the estate of Ridgill,
south by lands of estate Mrs. M. A. Clark's
One hundred and forty-seven (147) acres
in Manning township. Black River swamp,
bounded on the north by unknown lands,
east by Manning public road Black River
crossing. South by estates of Thames and
Clark and west by unknown lands and es
tate of Mrs. M. A. Clark.
Six handred (000) acres in Manning
township, Black River swamp, bounded
north by public highway to Manning cross
ing Black River swamp, east by lands of
estate of Alsbrook and Henry DeLaine,
edge of the swamp being the line, south by
unknown lands, wvest by lands of Mrs. L.
M. Barfild, Mrs. Rosa Weinberg, Mrs. H.
J. Bradham, and unknown lands.
Two thousand acres of land in St. James
township in Santec swamp, bounded north
by lands of 1Iackley and Hiume, east by
Hackley and Hlume, and K. La. Simmons,
south by lands of Henry and Charles Sin
clair, and west by Nelson's Ferry road.
Four hundred (400) acres in Harmony
township, Black River swamp, bounded
north by C. L. Emanuel and J. J. Conyers,
east by unknown lands, south by unknowvn
lands, west by lands of D. J. B3radham.
One hundred and fifty (150) acres in H~ar
mony township, Black River swamp,
bouned north by lands of W. HI. Cole, east
by lands of D). J. Uradham, south and west
by unknown lands.
Four hundred andi~ lilty (4te) acres in lIar
mlony~ town:dip, Black River swam;p, bound
ed north by land~s ofI C. L. Emuanuel and ..
J. Conyers, east, south, and west by un
Purchasers to pay for papers.
IDAN'L .T. i;RADHIAM,
Sherill' Clarendton County.
Application for Discharge.
ON THlE FIRST DAY OF AUGUST
J1891, I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon county, for letters dis
missory in the matter of the estate of Dr.
G. Allen Huggins,~ deceased. All persons.
having claims against said estate must pre
sent them before the above date.
G. ALLEN HUGGINS,
Manning, S. 0., June 30, 1891.
Fresch lemns at M. Knalisky's.
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roofs will not effect it. It's the best known fi-e resisting material in the
world, and it is impervious to disease germs.
Architects, Engirneers, and Scientific Men Everywhere, Endorse it,
and 300,000 buildings plast'ered within three years, is the only testimonial
we need offer. For full particulars address the
SOUTHEASTERN PLASTER CO.,
-~Also mianufacturers and dealers in calcined plaster and Portland cemcents.
A. WEINBERG IL I. BAGNAL. 170 EaBy, Charleston, S. C.
Wholesale Dealers in Tobac
illib ES ATE co, Cigars, and Pipes.
jJ MLeading brands of Tobacco: Limited,
Red Meat, Gold Bars, Our Peach, Brown Jug.
PateAvigElnfCYsl or KnwisholestihrlstnnSg
-n eo'rFO R-WenyusiiaCale:ndo' fi
have somespicturws tkenMbynArthur L.poa
One loonly aoloseinptownoofaMannininwtt
Cln eitatidnte ownhi ntyace.
Pates raing ane fornsai or 105.hin a crs. chffe
on buyc i St. w ell tons 87. Acres
on tact in to.wJames townshi o7 Dceos..A 1
One lt1ace i t in townsh Ming wit A ND FEDes.LE
One tract in HmZony township 15 acres. 3 hlir tet
One tract in Sammytwac township 71
nerace ue ons~p15 ce. hR ET N .C
One tract in Mt anin township 7. acres. o ad
One tract in HaMt.Zony township 88 acres.
Speial atte . tion given to renting and WI G
colleetig of rents and to ply ment of taxe s
and listing of lands for non-residenits, onMA 'i
m ioderate commilssions. f ,
WEINBIiltG; & JIANAL,
Manning, S. C, :WDW
INSURE YOUR LIFE. fLO.UW UA~ VCc.
rhe undersigneid i.; authild't to wvrite O A~ Y
polici~s for cle .Mnual Lil & snae l omiio I .E GON&COMnig .C
payI, of New York. 1Parties desirng to in- ___
suecan get estimiates rom i*I ApIctin
OppositeAcaem rI oIlf uic, Xgsit h ug fPo
92S KING STEE55 Kingsr aspp.co W olf the Chresteo, A. C.
Whenyou decesei. CAlesos' haingt
O'moste Aademyof Msic, elai, anth sai olrd ephotowllrpern th<
beo t atde. P.chiFLOYD
for Infants and Children.
"Castoriaissoweladpedtochldrethat Wa e c odoim
Sour Stomacb, Daszhce. Erimtstiou,
Irecommend itassuperior.toanypPrescriPtio Kills Worn, gives sleep, and promotS dI
known to =e.1 IL A. Azcmz, AL D., gsi
1n So. Oxford St., Brookly, . Y. Wi us
49The use of 1'CastOri' is so univesa and tFo I severa al a &Y haveS
its merits so well known that It seem a work yoer 'Castri' nd al wy o ine to
of supererogaton oendorse it. Few arethe os asitbM na zlbyrds eeia
intelIge i es who do not keep CastorE rADl"
wi reasecb." EnwnrFP. PAznx XM D.,
wi ~CARLOS Mr r$Wbp"15hSraad7hAe
aosANew t&;k 6ity. New Yorp"k Se
Late Pastor Bloomingdale Beformed Chue
Tux CmirWE CoMPANY, 77 MCRRAT STfah N'aW You.
ADGER SMYTH. - J. PELZER, SpecialPartner.
SMYTH & ADGER,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
North Atlan.t-c 'W b.arf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
. "VT'. "BIA. & 00
3E31ar-cTiwarLte X71" 33MhiXX~
TINNING, IGAS FITTING,
Lamps and Globes, House Furnishing
SEND FOR PRICES. GOODS, ETO. ~
Sole agents for "Garland Special attention given to
Stoves and Ranges." country orders.
Under Academy of Music, CHARLESTON, S. C.
OTTO F. WIETERS,
Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Licuors and Cigars,
No. 121 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
OTTO TIEDEMAN & SONS,
Wholesale Grocers and Provision Dealers,
172, 174, and 176 East Bay Street,
-E A. L. E ST O N, e. C4.
WM. SHEPPERD & 00.
LARGE \\l 1
ASSOR T MENT Gos t.
Send for circulars
Tinwareand price lists.
No. 232 Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers, Saw
Mill Machinery. Cotton Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steam
boat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
ali"-Repairs executed with prompvtness and Dispatch. Sendf or price lists.
East Bay, Uor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
0. L. VIETT,
Art is tic I m Monure nt
InL 1Va~r ie aniad Grzan -ite.I
MAGNOLIA CEMETERY AVENUE,I
CIH .A1RL E ST ON, S. C.
Enterprise Cars pass office and workshops.
HENRY C. WOHLERS,
lig Ager ani Re Apple ioccoa1~ 3lig Anger ad Eing Richri Cigaii
No. 2 Meat a Specialty.
213 East Bay. CHIIA1RLESTON, S. C.
PER.IV.A.L MFG-. CO.
SASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS. 478 to 486 Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST.
All goods guaranteed. Estimates furnished by return mail. Large stock, prompt
shients. Onr goods do not shrink or warp.
Geo. E. Toale & Company,
MANUFACTUREES 0F AND WHOLEsALE DEALEES IN
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moulding, and General Building Material.
Oflice and Salesrooms, 10 and 12 Hayne St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
OLD CLOTHES MADE NEW.
SEND TOUR~ DYEING TO THE
CHARLESTON STEAM DYE WORKS,
Al work1 gurne.- 31m Kin St CHAR TESTON, S. C.