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S. A. NE TTL S, 1it0r.
D1EO'RA'S ALW AVS.
Every day we notiec the great
stress being laid upon the mutterit:
of certain men who are traveling i
about the country miaiking speeches,
and devoting colums trying to sow I
seed Of political dicouotent by whp
ing up a third poi1tical partyvN. soe''
of the men engat'd in this work have
h -retofore aiilliated with the Deiuo
cratic pa:rty, but failed to -et office t
through it. They claini to be Deio
crats still, providing- they ge(t whtat
they want in the party. -i they fail
they know their elaun'es in the hle
publican party are worse, hence the ci
fort for a third party to be made ofl
the discontents of both parties.
The man or set of men that cry out
for a third party,be they in or out of t ie
Alliance, is either an old haciked poli
tician or a dewogogue whose realty
to party principals is as light as a
feather, and whose political conscience
is as elastic as india rubber.
Every sane man knows, or should
know, that this Staie is in no condi
tion to engage in political experi
ments, that the only salvation for
white man's supremacy lies in stand
ing together ready to move in solid a
phalanx against any enemy that may
appear upon the political field. Par
ty grievances should not bring about d
a division in our ranks, no more so p
than church or lodge grievances should
break up a church or lodge. If there is
cause for party grievances, the only a
sensible way to get the grievances %v
successfully adjusted is to work with
in the party lines, and the moment
any other method is sufficiently en
couraged, political ruin will be the ii
consequence, and everything so des
perately fought for and so gloriously
won will be snatched away from us. .
There cannot be any other ruling it
party in South Carolina than the
Democratic, the party handed down
to us by the great patriot Jefferson t
who in his dying declaration, asked
that there be inscribed on his tomb: A
"Thomas Jefferson, author of the e
Declaration of Independence, declar- u
ing domestic tranquility to the peo- el
ple, promoting their general welfare, t
and securing to them the blessings of
eternal liberty, and as all political
power is inherent with the people, st
therefore it is impracticable to reme
dy any evil or difference by goingr s1
outside of their organization." i
The words of the father of Democ- a
racy were wise, and should stand at b
this time as a warning against the
wild schemes of certain men who are b
actuated by selfish motives to lead
~' credulous people away from the piar
ty that has proven true to their inter
ests As far as Clarendon county is
~' concerned we do not believe that the
seed sown by the third party cranks u
has taken any effect whatever, and all b
the ravings of these political fanatics,e
through their newspapers andl orakttrs,
will not affect the sAidity of the el
Democracy, or swerve themn rmn
.thir posts of duty'.t
The discussions of the mneasures
now agitating the country will do~
good. It will enlighten the people. ti
The good measures -will be aidopted h
'and the bad ones thrown aside, but
under no circumstances can we afford y
-to become so infituated with a mecas
ire as to allowv it t~o allure us away~
~rom the party we have found true
and tried. t
Let the watchword be sent downi
thbe -lines to stand to the Democracy,
let comhe what will, and let the man
that tries by making~ tempting offers 0,
i "ad promiises to lecad us away from it.
be branded an ceemy to wite su
premnacy and honest government.
Last Friday, at Dennys, Edgetielt
county, a debate on the pub-treasury'
bill took place, participatcd in by
Congressmnan Tillman, Col. Talbert, I
and Dr. Sampson Pope. Congressman:
Tillman made a long and eloquent ar
gument against the bill, and pleaded
with the people of his district to V
stand to the party of their fathers,!
and not be led astray. Dr. Pope and a<
Col. Taibert ably defended their side
of the debate, and it is hard to say Ift
which side came out ahead. The cor
respondent of the News and Cour~ier
says it was all sorts of a meeting, po
- lhtically considered. Everything wa~s
received well. The people came to
be instructed, and they listened to itj
attentively and politely. There was
no bad blood engendered, and the
meeting closed as it ibegan, in good
humor. The gentlemen most deeply
interested were satisfied. There was
a little fracas That interrupted Dr.
Pope's speech. One white man cut
at a black man who was making
hash, and a second white man knock
ed the first white man down with a
stick, and at the last accounts all of
these people were perfectly satisfied
with the results.
Hon. J. E. Tindal delivered an ad- os
-dress before an alliance mieeiing at
Blacksburg yesterday. His speech
is well spoken of by the papers.
Rev. A. A. Gilbert died at Gaffney City
last night (24th.) His renmains will b~e hier'
to-night and the funeral will be preacd S.
to-morrow at i10 o'clock.
We are informed that Commissioner H.t
R. Thomlas, among other reforms, nas ~
Lnonght before the commiussion a resolution t(
reduncing the freight on cotton 25 per1 cent.
Th~e Freeman has declared time and timea
again from its first issue, that it will expose C
drunkenness in all public 01o11eials. It will
be sore to keel) this promise to the people.
All officials, from the highest to the lowest,
who drink to excess, will have its cenrsure.
It is no respecter of per'sons. Look out ,of
ficers. Don't blame us, but yourselves.
You have full notice and that there ar no
personal considerations which will restrain tIl
us in the future.
Thomas Nickens, who was shot in the
head last week by Deputy .SheriffI Wa'tsn .i
in the discharge of h is duty, died y'esterday it
about 1 o'clock. From what we~ ca'n leaLrj b)
Nick-ens was not so much to blam. ini thet o
trouble with his wifo. T1hey hada
quarel in the mornin:g and thiang hi!
been smioothed over, when oneO of the wo'-o
muan's brothers entered Nickens's Louse antl T
snapped a gun thtree times ini is face. Thel i
gun failed to fire and Nickenis seiz.d an a\
and "let in" on himu (the b~rother), andi in
the melee which followed the woman wnta
strack in her etlbrts to separate the combna- ni
tants. Nickens was subject also to eplep- tI
tie fits, and his mind was not sound. The,
woman stands but little chance of recoverv,
and Capt. L. L. Fraser took heti statement a
News from Silver.
S :Aim .-igut :M.-It giv- us mneh
ure to piick ip news int-rsting.t
iv lver hat i1*-whs r. It w-b
i. t ni 0i were abh
,t. It woud n1t1:- . b o F t on'1C.
-x i . lit. al n 0 ti..n 1n0 t11
40atin t C 'pt. i. h th n -t
be~ th lrotto.up an a :l.C where~
hes.nin Chk'renolln i"n1d I 0111nk I!,'
It wr- a gr:it souireo of platyxnre t
vsoe tO aiuend a -u Iv by air.
.ir/.e Lilug , as1 ii cus i-ts o ta
car at Lis pl:rn ti n on S;intii-. It Was a
alv day e hv' t asth.-,: could lkx it.l
i:.A th ' pant:t -v 1: ' ill t he ntea
(onl some of ForI-'At-m's inest p:Taac .:It;
L .v s a a -i i. ti Il. t- i ' 1 '-1:sw rt
gil a v Id I uin !at :lid e
.11atu M i f \r l he'4h s ty
i. losi the1 ith uner s*tion1 by the ri-t
. r benrintr thdey htrlten fr year.
:, ~I'('ik 111 t ot I ~ ?rs:L I'nori iI
et Ioch more atian ive t) ctton
IaI' cor'n. Is ve ry tc itl u rsV tl
av th fanier:' aret eeryit dabei h
nkrupt., r w. ilio Ixo:e an w mtr
tn i 'tt~ . V Iti 11 111n ()We~i :1105-! 1111to
rso Watt r
Thle Farnieris' Alliance iS ;1 wnderfu~tI~~l or
iziprnbut ii ks andlb lints o the
mIer nv.r to neentolt of cttonra .
cornered the juti tr.t, :tl nroght the
t:UufneIurs oi f it to their t-e:. The
ilianoe maipide a goo tight for biggit,
itd preved wh.'t they- couild do by s'Ltan
ho kn himt. Tdhve at m :a hitler
n tet 1"th i fbmot Illy wa tO o.if
r:s real sp-ital invitation fr:n My
r-ogir'ied, It.. RTnenelr, I was cor
ially reqeved to b vleble at his hous.
Sjin the faituily union giva ey the great
reat-grait miother and Chihren of Ifr.
[ary 31ason Eatdon. Mr-s. Eadon haLS
.ed to su her scoverty-ninith year. Si
s onlysfo W i chen Ieor lel
Su ghtrs. S s a sten tysv gind I IIIy
rucde and enhty-ninegr tgan-h
ren. She is eonectred with on of the
ul and arkest ris i thle connty, bein -
af sgerest ve. SerOd h n, and ister
r Rev. Wtan W. Owend, whse oMetnd
ist principesn will be handed down to
osqte.rity. I neced not tellI your reade-rs
bloat the bontifll table. I need not tell
I aout r. F. Turner's ntirich zeal, his
iarnaninous t1:rts to reingdr the ocaLsion
le of the ihappiest to the grests, for hal
ho know hi and have Iat at his eale,
tu testify there is but one senltiment of
is libeial hospitality- welcome. anrs.
adon ruecve many7 valuable presents.
Our friends in the cross road section are
L ood cheer. Well might they be, for
reat wVill be their reward. A bountiful
arvest awaitn their labors. The toils of
ie past suemmer lay ctovered with a glori
is harvest. We saw sone fine corn, erel
nit otton. ft is anifestly so throwhout.
I,t your St. Paul sitter, sias things nicly.
n the benchl with his juadicial robe hie is a
rror to evil doers, on copy he is in
ructive and enlightening.
Panola is the sufrrf one of the most
ml and darkest crimes that has ever stain
I her fair name-a cr0ie that calls for
te severest veneance that could be visited
on the lead of the ofender. The offend
Mis said to be an uncle of the victim. Will
te laws of the land reach his case? or shall
te avenger bedjudge lyntch ?
Silver linings are glimmnering hike a star
ip the tirmaent. Another boom has
iuek her. Tilis time I awfully fear we
ill have a Johnstown flood. two new
ores ire now oincr up, so you see compe
tion will be the life of trade. 3Ir. Canty
nswell is building and will open in a few
My.1r. Boswel's popularity as a young
asiness an Will wd uc to Siver. SMr.
larce 1ryant is ouother of Clrendon's
lys. He0 too will pnn up a poutlar
We~i laveriray. cmoaioseog
dis Mrav-t sandxvia on par for
>rn-bor o eer al e into twitein
Mr,. W. S.e Iehburd whollr rentl ord
It at( P~atrh' tituelte hae cured int
aies tIrdrn. havumter. J
mn is lon auevsit to frns at ieve
01~i 1'lanche hames, ne ofal usilvers
armingt'i yon a Iitt. axl2l abe to carryo
31r' J.x Ell' to ll. bydauher Anielef
tis- .I ~ mornng o srale drus'rct,'oin
3rgistsli Torleord arie0t.iv
halsCthCueis torning rom Sumerville
tdire.t1 Iindrn has bloeturd frcou
irtrip tof the mountin.'s.jojtsSn
3-. Pric T. pchrbicounty Sodunisslonrg
Wsen thron.;s siclve to-ayee he took
Whe sTmhe o t hi he cnty cormmissor,
hesh ae browne hs rheturned to Sum-ia
re toshe haeglren he may friendCsoShe
aresway 'sentininan quiterappua
ciisf bian Fairey. whoa. ont th venisit
Wialiam orseverg Nws.eure
Flcriy. brdg atTogrcwllb
Wel ibbr~ who wasre Dpoints ewd for
ycrer of catarrh thave tannotibe bueween
sills ratarr Flurenc. esuvyd
We, the linderofiLnchd. rver knownsureJ
aere forlliCo the yasuntdo erev
mxtcu i frp oomriahemalg cunyss
ansactridns, eandinnctolty ableatotcarr
iany, sbl~iatin made byt thinr hre.
's, toixxl.at 1 .uiias Whlesalet
Ialor'sc caorrur tIs takby itheorinaly
:tiscoviely byo the oo plndeuo.
Mrface of the system.di ~T vtiiasn
ee.h Pri ot75e p srntle hatb al ofu
When tob the sic today, oe atoia. t
whsea ad beld Sh ced br Csoia.
whn ese becamoMiss, h en the Casta
Whe he hand Chidlshesgave them soi.
ManyiClcit~lda Per-ns .an
Are boen foa iiom therwiory of hosehold
carest~jk ro tn'st ronitt roetar
rbilds thea sytem. ids df itres inIC remove
cessto ile, aI'(d cure tlea Get1)1 them-un
Bclak f rier brdeatKnstekill cbiead;ttee
ade reair o tehe 24thii utiil the 3h
ags. andS will cbe matdadbl.
So. Gibes whtio wasained of suhe
chearae tftat tlhave the lno "etwin
ilim't bu r n s rnc. esuvyd
The we-lcomit ltn--ste is the -r-*who
pear, :. thu- tabe, -At the( png .1r tiint(
d1o iot keep otheri waliting," tlu
does not get in the way of bein;
40Vn half an hour before her hostes
Tie welcoine guest is the girl whc
if there arC not inan servan s in thi
house, ias suflicient energy to tak
care Of her own rool while t'-he i
visiting; and if tlete are peopl
whose duty it is, she makes that dut
a liht .. as ossible for theni, by put
ting 1xay herown belolg il-, an
in this way not necessitatig extr
The welcomie guest is the oi wh
knows how to be pleasan!. to ever
mieinibe'r of the f:aiily, and yetwh
ihas tact enougi to retire fan a rooi
when solue special famnily afilir is u
The welcome guest is the one wh
does not find children disagrceabl
or the various pets of the hotusehal
things to be dreaded.
The welcoiei - guest is the Uac wl
when ler hostess is busy, cnIl Outer
tain herself with a book, a bit of sew
iniug or the writing of a letter.
The welcoime guest is the one wh
when her friends come to see hei
does not disarrange the household il
which she is staving that she !maty en
The welcoine guest is the one whc
having broken the brc-ad and citei
the salt of her friend, has set befor
her lips a seal of silence, so that whei
she goes from the house she repeat
nothing but the agreeable thing
that she has seen.
This is the welcome guest, the on
to whom we say good-bye with re
gret, and to whom we call out wel
come with the lips and from th
heart.- Ladies-' Hown Joui rnal.
GnEENHoUsE AND WINDOW PL.Ns.
All needed repairs to the house
should now be completed, so tha
there will be no delay when the tim
comes for moving in the plantE
Have supplies of potting-earth, sand
pots, etc., ready at hand. Plaats fo
winter use in the house should b
potted off, and put in a cool, shad;
place, until new roots have formed
The calla is one of the most interest
ing plants for window use. It prop
erly forms a center for the othe
plants, and its pure, white blossoir
amid the foliage and colored flower.
attracts every eye in passing. Tb
number of blooms can be largel:
increased, by pro:ptly cutting ol
each blossom as it begins to fad(
and applying common salt to the en<
of the cut stalk. This seems to has
ten the healing of the wound, and t,
promote the development of the nc
CHOCOLATE CAKE.-1 1-2 cups pul
verized sugar, 1 tablespoon butter,
egg, 2-:3 cup sweet milk, 1 pint floum
3 teaspoons baking powder. Dissolv
3 oz. chocolate with 3 tablespoons su
gaLr in 1-3 cup milk, and stir all to
gether into cake.
3Makes many lives miserable, and often leads to
self destruction. Distress after eating, sick head
ache, heartburn, sonr stomach, mental depres
sion, etc., are caused by this very common and
Increasing disease. Hood's Sar'saparllla tones the
stomach, creates an appetite, promotes healthy
digestion, relieves sick headache, clears the
mind, and cures the most obstinato cases of dys
pepsin. 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, all-gone
feeling, as though I had net eaten anything.
Hood's Sarsaparilla did me an immenso amount
of good. It gave me an appetite, and my food
relished and satisfied the craving I had previously
experienced. It relieved me of that faint, tired,
all-gone feeling: I have felt so much better since
I took Hood's Sarsaparilla, that I am happy to
recommend it." G. A. PACE, wvatertownk, MIass.
N. B. Be sure to get only
soldby alldruggists. Sl; six forE.5. Prepared only
by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell,.tlass.
100 Doses One Dollar
SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Opens September 29th. Entranc Exam~
inations beini S( ptembe)(r 2 Ith. (Classical
Litera-.ry, Scientific, and Law Courses. 'Thim
For further informiation addur'ss the Pres
ident, JA~liES WOODX(OW.
Valk & Murdoch,
Charleston, S. C.,
Hand and Power,
Simple in Mechanism. and give b~ette
Sati.,fhetion than any' other Press on th
Painting and Whitewashing
Are Now in Order.
Da vonyin m~itv iic<'.0 eii Lar'
Lints bu wei do till ah1WaLs adb yon t
ue thin Th e i t is often ;h ei'. apest
Now ii t arhot the only' thbing wekel
Widtow Glass, Olis of ai y Kis
Write for an iinlg in these line;. N
William M. Bird & Co.,
Ca~ori , S. C
Both the methol and results when
ISyrup of Fis is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly oii the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
Lemi eirectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
con'stiation. Syrup> of Figs is the
only remnedy of' itsi kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
efibets, prepared only from the most
health)y and agreeabile 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
-ure 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.
TWELVE REASONS WHY
Dr. King' Royal Germietter Has Be
cone the Most Popular and Reliable
1. It is tile best Blood Purifier.
2. It is the best nerve tonic and general
3. It is a positive cure for stomach troub
'Iles, such as indigestion, dyspepsia, sick
- headache, etc.
- 4. It eures bowel diseases in old or
r young. whether of long or short standing.
.5. For catarrh and rheumiatism it is
more nearly a specific than any other reme
dy on the market.
3 G. For female diseases it is all that can
be desired-pleasant, safe and nufailing.
7. For children it is the great King of
all7reedies. They all like it, and it builds
them up faster than anything known.
S. It cannot be surpassed as a eae for
diseases of the kidneys and bladder.
9. It is the great conqlueror of malaria.
Cures promptly Swamp fever, Chagres I,
ver, Jaandice, and all nadarial tronldes.
10. For cuts, burns, iruiss, sores,
sprains, bites ofinscets, uet., itis a quick and
unfailing renedv, use.1 externialy TIhere
is nothing b etter.
11. It w~ill break any fever in less time
than quinine and anltipyine, and leave
-fnone of their unpleasant and hiurt al effects,
- such as nausea, nervousnes, anid prlostrai
12. It is as pleasant to take ais lemonade.
Harmless alwvays, and CURES' W HEN ALL
Thiese statemnent~sare~u sutaned by the un-l
answerable logic of' FACTA. Germetuer
piresent~s an array of testimonials absolut.ly
without a parallel in- tile histury of medi
eines, either as to e~,aracter or numbelr.
Price, $1.00 per bottle: si: bottlesI fr $5
Sold by all reliable Drigits.
Kisa's RomA GE:rn:' Co., 14 N.
Broad St , Atlanta, Ga , Manufacturers.
The Only hel1uive Oapet Hoe in the City,
247 King St., Opposite iHasell,
pCHARLESTON. S. C.
U pholstering Goods and Draperies of
THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK(IN THE STATE.
WVe qjuote a few of our specialties:
Brussels Carpet at (5, 75, 85, and S1 per.
Velvet Carpet at $1.25, $1.40, and $1.50
Ingrain Carpet at at 50, (0, 70, and 90c.
Hemp Calrpet at 20, 25, and 30e. per yard.
Straw Mattinigs at 15, 1$, 20, 25, :;0, and
:3c. per yar.
1hngs at 75, 51.25, 52.00, 52.509, to 60) each.
Window Shades at 50, 75, $1.0, and up.
Cornie:2 Poles at 25, :35, and 50c.
Full stock of Lace Cmtains tromn 00. to
Special aitenition given to all order-. We
guaran tee sat iietiona. TIo cive us : trial
order is to co.ne again, as our piiceS areth
see. and teas. Mainnager.
22S K ING S1'1tEET,
Opposite Acaidemy of Music,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
:M. Drake & Son,
B(OOTS, S i OEN, & TRUNKS.
2:35 Meeting St., CH1AllLESTON, S. C.
i Largest stoct, best assortment, lowest prioes.
Arthur L. Macbeth,
357 Eing, opp. Wo.lfe st., Chiare-ton, S. C.
When val visit 4Charklson don't fail to
h ave somi~ pictulire takien by A rthu~r L. Mac
i,.th,. the only itoloredt lhotographier in the
te.s Snpri. r woi rk at lowest prices.
SEE these CIELEB3RATED PJANOS
before purchasing elsewhere.
l ll Manufactured by
NEW ENGLAND PIANO CO-,
' . NBOSTON, MASS.
Largest Producing Piano Factories THE KILLOUCH MUSIC CO.,
IN THE WORLD. FLORENCE, S. C
_NTHE__WORLD' Ceneral Representatives.
Elstey Pianos and Organs.
'TEY PIANOS. ESTRY ORGANS A1E M.%DE UPON HIONOII, SOLD UPON
L i merit and are known the world over. The Estey Organs have bee-ia m1anufactureNo
)r furty-tive yoars anl fully serve the praise accorleI Iy all who purchase therm.
:hey zie construeted t. meIst all requietsfor Parlor, Church. Lodge, or School. They
aL Ie 1mrel(e1 d on eaSY t it- V4 f th,. IILLU l i lUSIC C03)Ml'ANY.
'1'RGENTF' 0tAN, ARE FLIlST CLASS IN EVERY RULSLCT. SOLID
wLlinut Cases !I.t in design. Varied COIIIIAtins to SILIt all claSses (If iniIiC. The
'. (Carenter Compalty, fihlnufacturers, fa ir at Bratlh-oro, Vermont, have hal
a es of -perienc an are fully responsile. They fully warrant all orgaIIs for
The Killugh 311.-sie Company buy theim in large ijulaltities and sell theli
zledeale or retail at lowcst prices, quality considered. Write for cat.dogue and
TEAVEl 01RGANS AlRE SOLD TIE WOl'LD OVERl AND ARE NOTED FOlR
V' their pure tone, handsoino design and tiniuih, prompt and easy action. .:in
Lfactured by Weaver Organ and Piano Company, York, 1'enn.
RiLLOUGH 1USIC COMPANY, Agents.
The illoyugh_1M&usic Comrniiy.
Only charterel music ompany in the Stat. We are jobbers and retailers, not dealers
ho b'ny from jbbers. We want good agen7s and good customers tbroughout South and
orthl Caroliun to confer n ith us before arraging elsewhere. Onr prices are low, terms
vasonabl, and inality of goods among the jest that are manufactured. Note our spec
altie: Puxos. ehr lUro.., Estey, Ivers & Pond, New England. Onciss.-Estey,
arlpenter, Weaver, Farrawl & Votey, Kimball.
Full nye octave organ only $29.00. Sever and one-third octave piano only S198.00.
Ye ship from factory direct allowing fifteen days' test. Assume all freight charges in
inal -ttlecent. Book and stool free. One price strictly, and we publish the price.
scnd at once for cat#:logne and price list. Special discount to Churches, Ministers,
;chools, and Music Teachers.
We also sell all kinds of Sheet Music and Musie Books, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Har
nonicas, Strings, Brass Band Instrnonents, which we buy direct from the manufacturers
md importers. Send for our special sheet iusic catalogne to
TIlIE KI LLUGIT MUSIC COMPANY, Florence, S. C.
N.B .-F. C. Lihie is onr only authorizd tuner andm repairr We guarntee his work
The Greatest Success of the Day!
Is guaranteed a long Havana Filler and Sumatra Wrapper, and is pronounced by
FINEST FIVE CENTS CIGAR EVER PRODUCED.
Try them and be convinced of their superiority over would-be competitors. For sale
jy J. G. Dinkins & Co., B. A. Walker, S. A. Rilgby, B. A. Johnson, Agt., and M. Levi.
MOKE HENO CICARS, THE BEST NICKLE CIGAR SOLD.
B. A. JOHNSON, Sole Agent, Manning, S. C.
SOL ISEMAN, Wholesale Grocer, State Agent,
158 E7ast BaV. Chxarlestoni. a. C.
FOR THE LADIES
I ztill offerinll special inducemnts in ladies' dress g0oods.
"Adamant" Wall Plaster
Best Material for Walls and Ceilings Ever Put Be
fore the Public.
The only thing about a building that has not improved- for over 1,000
rears is lime plaster. But. there is no excuse hereafter for falling ceilings,
rumbling walls, broken and defaced decorations. ADAMANT is not a
3uess work mixture of lime, hair, and sand: it is a machine made mortar,
'ontaining no lime: it comes dry in bags ready to be used at any season by
mlixing with water oidy. Any mason can apply it: bursting pipes or leaky
:oofs will not effect it. It's the best known fire resisting material in the
world, and it is impervious to disease germs.
krchitects, Engineers, and Scientific men Everywhere, Endorse It,
md 300,000 buildings plastered within three years, is the only testimonial
se need offer. For full particulars address the
SOUTHEASTERN PLASTER CO.,
pls, Ako mannfacturers and dealers in caleined plaster and Portland coments.
SPARTANBURG COUNTY, S. C.
This Famous Resort will be Open to Visitors
Until October 15th.
[t is accessible friom Spartanburg by a Daily Hack Line, making
good connection with all trains. Telephone ia operation to
Spartanburg, and Daily Mail.
TIE MINERAL WATER
Is unsurpassed, and invalids find sure and speedy rlief by its use.
It Will Cure
DysPmirs.u, LIvER CoPUN'r, CRimo.c HEVrATIS, JAUNDicE, ToroR OF LivE,
AND (ENERA DE.TILITY FOLLOWING UPON MALARIAL DisAsEs, DRzoPsy, Di
Ai:R'unEA, DYSENTERY, CONSTIPATIoN, HxoinIjiomD, UTERINE, RE
NAL AND CYsrIc DissEs, Hu*:3rvuATRA, RHEuMA
TISM CATAMENAL DERANGEMENT,
A.ncl Ctbor F'emale Ccmplainits.
Highly Recommended by the Mcaical Picfession.
SIMPSON & SIMPSON, Proprietors.
03 S. Hacker & Son,
E! AND FEED STABLES.
HARLESTON, S.Q , S.C.
META Ir\EN A
30 Chlmr Ste
I k I CA LI N, S. C.
i V-7. -Fine horse~s and m nnles constantly
=CIRAND CENTRAL HOTEL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Is the largest hotel in the city, and has,
dluring the past year, bveenThoogleo
vattd, reoldvled1, ald rtitt(d with ail mod
er n improvemeits. Centraly locatCd, and
ot its, paitrons. Has spa.cious, light, and
a'iysmpl roms Hot01 an olaths.
~~ ~partrons to mer it aL share' ot pa.tronage.
'Till ~T: ~F. W. SEEGblm, Propietor.
mcfl~5: BRUNSON HOUSE,
~ ~;G~DWRF(s U:lTER, S. C.
~~IC~o.23 UIONSQUAL ~y ~First class accommodations and excellent
ILL.D8TN.MA ~~1TA.~ ~tale. Convemnt to the business portion
~ FOR ALE BYof the townl. 25 cents for dinner.
w. L JROW N k CO., Mauni~g. S. C. j . H. DIXON, Proprietor.
for Infants and Children.
"Castria s sovrel adated o chldCtat oris carm' Co011c, Coenstioa,
" Catoriaksowa11eto ciet1o Sour Stomacrk Diarrhoea. ectation,
Irecommend itassperior P Kils Worm&, gives sleep, and pniotes dl
known to me." H. A. A acxgl K D.,
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y. Wininurious medItioL
"The use of, 'catoria, is so universal and "For several yam I have recommendd
its merits so well known th it seems a work you ICastoriaIand shall always continue to
of supererogation to endorse it. Few arethe doso as it has lnvarlably produced beneflcil
intelligent filies who do not keep Castoria results." E
within easy reacb." Evwnq F. PiARn. KL D.,
NewAnoa M CA i. ID. he Winthrop," 125th Street and Ath Ave.,
Lat astor Bloomingdale ormed ChurcNewYork City.
Tz Cm'A-UN CoMPAJr, 77 MUREA STRET Nzw YonM.
ADGER SMYTH. F. J. PELZER, Special Partner.
SMYTH & ADGER,
Factors and Commission Merchanis,
NocrthL A.-tlalatic "Whaarf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
0. VT. BI..AI]E & O0.,
TINNING, GAS FITTING,
Lamps and Globes, House Furnishing
SEND.FOR PRICES. GOODS, ETC.
Sole agents for "Garland Special attention given to
Stoves and Ranges." eQw country orders.
Under Academy of Music, CHARLESTON, S. C.
OTTO F. WIETERS,
Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Liouors and Cigars,
No. 121 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
OTTO TIEDEMAN & SONS,
Wholesale Grocers and ProvisIon Dealers,
172, 174, and 176 East Bay Street,
C-I A.ER LF ] 3S T C) 1'. C.
"E7A/I SHEil-.P-PTEP.D &r co7
LA ROE GAl riaAlE
ASSORTMENT G E
Tine cooling SiAVIS oet in i
Send for circulars
Tinware, and price lists.
No. 232 Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers m
Marine Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers, Saw
Mill Machinery, Cotton Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steam
boat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
s-Bepairs executed with promptness and Dispatch. &ndfor price lists.
East Bay, Cor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
O. L. VIETT,
T. a.1ar le ainc1. C-raniite. I
MAGNOLIA CEMETERY AVENUE,
C H A R L E S TO N , S. C.
Enterprise Cars pass office and workshops.
HENRY C. WOHLERS,
W 7x3:[OT--Et3 A T -E
Big Ager and Red Apple Tobacc, also Big Anger an King Richar Cigari,
No. 2 Meat a Specialty.
213 East Bay, CHARLESTON,-S. C.
PE|RCIVAL MF'G-. CO.
MI I. L MWA
___ ~ ~ ___ NOS' --~ -~.
SASII, DOORS, AND BLINDS. 478 to 48G Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST.
All goods guaranteed. Estimates furnished by return mail. Large stock, prompt
shipments. Our goods do not shrink or warp.
Geo. E. Toale & Company,
MANUFIACTUREI~s OF AND WHOLESALE DEALEUS IN
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moulding, and General Building Material,
Offiee and Salesrooms, 10 and 12 Hayne St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
OLD CLOTHES MADE NEW.
SEND YOUR~ DYEING TO THlE
CHARLESTON STEAM DYE WORKS,
A work1 g~,-aneed. 31 ng nt ., C A RL ESTON. S. C.