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TE MA UING TIMS.
WZMD DAY, SUPIM 23, 1B91, T
Greeleyville News. .
GamEEYvnU, Sep. 21.-Church- n,
goers in this community were more P
fortunate than usual yesterday (Sun- b,
day). At the Mount Hope Baptist ui
church the congregation listened to a te
very interesting Sunday-school ad- u
dress by Mr. Smith, of Richland a
county. Mr. Smith is a visitor to the si
superintendent, E. R. Lesesne. Rev. a
Samuel Leard, of Chester, S. C., was m
present as a worshipper, and was in- ai
vited by the pastor, Rev. H. F. Oliver, oi
to occupy the pulpit, which he did, ti,
and preached to the giatification and di
edification of a large congregation. e(
After the sermon three applicatious SE
for baptism were received, and the te
'pastor invited Rev. Mr. Leard to unite
with all Christians present in extend
ing to them the right hand, which he s,
did. In the afternoon these apphi- jij
cants were baptized by immersion. b<
In the evening Rev. Mr. Oliver a
preached at Greeleyville, and Rev. st
Mr. Leard preached to a good con- ri
gregation in .New Market Methodist cz
In his seventy-seventh year, h,
Mr. Leard appears physically to be a
much younger man. Standing erect
in the pulpit, with clear, strong voice,
he preaches the Word with power. t
The writer's personal acquaintance o1
with Mr. Leard extends through a
period of fifty-four years. It was a a
benediction to have this aged servant is
of God a guest in his family for a day
In his long active life in the ministry 0
he has been brought in close associa- el
tion with many eminent men in church a
and State, and his reminiscenses are
highly interesting. As a historical 01
fact it may be mentioned that Mr. s
Leard witnessed the last death pen
alty by burning at the stake which t
was inflicted by law in South Caroli- s'
na. Before the torch was applied
the funeral sermon of the criminal gi
was preached in his hearing by Dr. fu
J. T. Pressly, of the Associate Re- gi
formed Presbyterian church. After ei
the sermon the minister wept freely th
while talking to the doomed man. W
The remams of Miss Eloise Ferrell rc
-are to be interved this morning at pi
Mount Hope church. She died in
Waycross, Ga., after a long illness in
- contracted while there on a visit to of
Pattie, an interesting little daugh- b(
ter of Mr. Bonneau Keels, of Sumter, p
died recently at the house of her un- a
ele,%Mr. E. B. Rhodus, while on a vis
it to near relatives in this community- a
Mrs. M. H. Rhodus, while spend- ct
ing the summer with her sons at Lo- to
thair, Ga., contracted fever, and has s
been in a critical condition for several t
weeks. Her friends here are very a
Smuch concerned about her. At home
--and abroad the aged and the young
sicken and fall before the reaper it
Autumn begins to-day with bright ba
snshine and cool, crisp air. s
Cotton picker's strikes are unknown
. here, and the seed cotton seller. and
buyer enjoy their constitutional rights O
~aof old, without a special license.
Jordan News. 5
JOEDAi, Sep. 21.-Hugh Hilton was
-seriously injured on Saturday last at ,
Mr. J. M. Sprott's gin. He got
caught in some part of the machiinery t
2by his pants leg, and his clothes were
torn offof him, and the leg above the P
knee was badly lacerated, exposing
the tendons and severing some of
The gins are running'-on full time. c
SThe W. &S.i2smovmg lots of cot-g
'.Crosties are coming in. y
We have two full stores now, and g
&goods are sold low down for cash. t
Mr. J. A. Sprott's store is nowB
The academy opened well, and stu- y
denits are still dropping in. *
Prof. Knight is unwell at this writ- b
ing. The neighborhood is healthy. I
Pastoral Visiting. si
No man can deal with the spirit- a
nal state of his church from the pul
~pit till he has learned their spiritual i
>condition around theirfiresides. That 0l
B ouse-going pastor makes a church
'going'people is true the world over. e
But more than this, the preacher who el
fills his church-house by going into
the homes of his people fills his heart il
with the warmest and tenderest symn- al
pathies and fills his pulpit with the h:
fittest, richest, and most edifying d:
sermons.-Christian Advocate. y'
Just Like Him. ci
Jellby: "My dear, when I am dead n
and gone, Ido hope you will not
wrap yourself up in crapes and other ~
black things to show your grief." "
"Mrs. Jellby: "That's just like you,
forever dominsering in all things even ~
ias to rmy attire after you have ceased st
to trouble me." ba
Scrofula is Bad.
For all forms and variations of
scrofula, which stands next to conta
gious blood poison in the problems ti
that it presents, S. S. S. is a specific. r,5
As a remedy for this disease, it et
stands pre-eminent and incomparable..
~Where the ordinary treatment fails- I
and it does fail in nine cases out of B
ten-S. S. S. will effect a cure. Some m
of the testimonials that the proprie- T
tors have on file, and others which te
they include in their pamphlets, de
scribe cures that are almost miracu- te
lous. No higher tributes could be TE
paid to the singular efficacy of this t
medicine than those which are em- J
.bodied in these unsolicited letters. tl
The suffering that has been saved by i t
S. S. S. in these cases alone would il
place it at the head of all blood med
- cInes._ _ _ _ _
His Exoneration Complete.
Trial Justice Mahoney, of Clarendon *v
county, is to be congratltc on the out- y
come of the investigation of he ebharges1
made against him. His exoneration is
complete, in recognition of which Governor
Timan has reappointed him.-Chacrleston
Kingstree's New Town Council.
KINGsirEEE, Sep. 15.--The election for in
tendent and wardens of the town for the i
ensuing two years was held yesterday and1s
resulted in the election of the following y
ticket: Intendent, R. H. Kellehan; war
dens, C. P. Nelson, D). Benjamin, L. Stack
Iy, E. Johnson. Everything passed off
Is -:- Out -- Again,
Upon his fall and winter voyage with colors
flying and every sail stretched, ard every
man at his post, and expects to make good
his landing if
Square Dealing,Low Prices& First-Class~oods
Having just returned from Northern Mar
kets with a complete and well selected line
Fall and Winter Goods,
I feel quite assured that I will be able to fill
the wants of my customers.
My line of
Ladies' Fancy Dress Fabrics
Was never more complete, containing all of
the latest novelties of the season, consisting
of Gross-Grain Silk, Silk Bangalines. Silk
Warp Henri ttas, All Wool Henriettas,
Cashmeres, Flannels from 30 to 5; in. wide,
All Wool Tncots, All Wool Serges, Novelty
and Domestic Ginghams, Suitings of all
qualities, and, in fact, everything that can
be imagined in Fancy Dress Goods Fabrics.
-Tnmixo Suss, Srr VELvEs,
Velveteens, Silk Gimps, and Cords suita
ble to trim every piece of dress goods in
My Line of Notions
Is complete, consisting of Gent's Furnish
ing Goods, Ladies' and Gent's Underwear,
cotton and wove Balmoral Skirts. Chil
CHILDREN'S HATS AND CAPS,
Laces and Embroidery, Embroidery Wools
and Silks, Table Oil Cloths, White Linen,
and Turkey Red Table Covers, Turkey Red
and White Linen Doylies, Ladies' and
Gent's Hosiery and Neckwear, and in fact
almost anything that can be thought of in
the Notion line.
I have a nice line of Gent's, Youth's, and
Children's ready-made Clothing, with prices
to suit the times.
I have a large and well selected line of
1'adies' Gent's, Children's and Infants'
Shoes in stock, and time and expense has
taught me that a shoddy line of shoes is not
the kind of goods to build up a trade with,
therefore I have taken great pains in select
ing my stock of shoes, and as I have Lad
many years experience in the different
qualities of leather, I feel quite sure that
my customers will get One Hundred Cents
worth of wear out of every dollar invested
in a pair of shoes purchased of me.
A complete Line of
Hardware & Crockeryware
always on hand.
Special attention has been paid to my
And consequently my shelves are always
full of the best and purest Family Groce
ries, consisting of Flour, Bacon, Lard. Su
gar, Coffee, and all kinds of Canned Fruits,
Salmion, French and American Sardines,
Corned Beef, Cheese, Butter, Fancy Can
dies, and everything found in a first-class
Grocery, and all sold at the lowest cash
prices, and any one
DOUBTING THE STATEMENT
will please come and
Shiakme the Cash
at me, and they will never leave without
getting what they want.
In conclusion, I desire to extend a cordi
ai invitation to all of my customers to call
and inspect my large line of
Fall and Winter Goods,
and I further wish to tender my heartfelt
thanks to them for the liberal sup~port they
have given me in the past, and trust that
my past dealings with - them have proven
satisfactory, and will make them better
customers, and gain others for me.
S. A. Rigby,
Manning, S. C., Sep. 16, 1891.
-: Tennessee +: WagOnS, :
(ONE AND TWO HORSE,)
ROAD CARTS, BUGGIES,
---on SALE B
S. A. RIOBY, Manning, S. C.
The Tennessee Wagon is one of the best,
strongest, and most lasting wagons made.
The Road Carts and Buggies are guaran
teed to be the best in the market.
Every Farmer Knows
That weeds must be torn up by the roots, or
they will be sure to crop out again. So it is
with diseases which have their origin in de
prayed blood. The cause of the complaint
must be removed by Ayer's Sarsaparilla, or
no permanent cure is possible. Try it.
C. W. Allen, Druggist, of Brunswick, Me.,
says: "I have never known Ayer's Sarsa
parila fail to give satisfaction. In hundreds
of cases within my knowledge it has proved
a perfect specific for diseases arising from
impurities in the blood. I regard it as an
invaluable spring medicine."
Prepared byvDr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by al Druggista. P rice $1; six bottles, $5.
Worth $5 a bottle.
Insure your store, house, barn, furuiture.
etc., while you can. It is too late to think
of insurance when your property is afire.
North British and Mercantile Fire
Queen Fire Insurance Company.
Lancashire Fire Insurance Company.
S. C. Home Fire Insurance Company.
Knoxville Fire Insurance Company.
.S A. NEiTTLES, Agrit,
alanning, S. C.
Dr. H. BAER,
CIHIA RL ESTON, S. C.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Foreign and
tRs. S. A. NETTLES.
BRiorEN BREAD PUDDING AND WHAT
> Do ViTH IT.-There is one bread
idding which is cheaply and easily
ade; yet it is very wholesome, and
)t by any means to be despised.
at a quantity of broken bread into a
>wl, pour boiling water on and soak
itil quite soft. Drain away the wa
r not too dry, and beat the bread
2til it is quite free from lumps, add
good slice of butter, sweet dripping,
igar and chopped lemon rind, with
few currants or raisins. Pour the
ixture into a well-greased pie-dish,
id bake until it is brightly browned
the surface. Sweet sauce or a lit
jam may be served with this pud
ng, and surely even the most rigid
onomist would not object to this,
eing that neither eggs nor milk en
r the composition of the dish.
LExoN PI.-The grated rind and
ice of a lemon. Take two table
oonfuls of cornstarch wet with a
tle cold water, pour on a cupful of
iling water, then add a beaten egg,
small piece of butter, cupful of
gar, pinch of salt, the juice and
d of the lemon, bake between two
RAILRoAD CAKE.-A cupful and a
If of sugar, a cupful each of butter
d sweet milk, three well-beaten
gs, a teaspoonful of cream of tartar,
half teaspoonful of soda sifted in
ree cupfuls of flour, a teaspoonful
extract of lemon or other spice;
at all very thoroughly together
d bake in a sheet. A little frosting
FauiT JuwmLE.--A heaping cupful
butter, two cupfuls of sugar, a half
pful of milk, three eggs well beaten,
cupful of currants, three cupfuls of
>ur with two teaspoonfuls of cream
tartar, and a half teaspoonful of
da sifted through it, a half nutmeg;
ur into shallow pans half an inch
ick, bake quickly and cut into
puares while warm. Very nice.
GINGER S-NAS.-A cupful each sa
x, molasses, and lard, a tablespoon
1 of vinegar, a teaspoonful each of
nger and soda; bring all the ingredi
Its to a boil except the soda, add
at, after the mixture is a little cool,
1th a tea-spoonful of salt and flour to
1L Roll pretty thin and bake in
etty quick oven.
CRE. CAx.-Set a cupful of boil
g water on the stove, add a cupful
butter and a cupful of flour;
ir five minutes, when cool add three
aten eggs and soda the size of a
a; drop a spoonful for each cake on
buttered tin. Bake till well done.
CREAx FoR COA -A pint of milk,
small cupful of sugar, two-thirds
pful of flour, two eggs; beat all
gether and pour in boiling milk;
t into a kettle of water, stir till it
ickens; when cold split the cakes
id put in the cream.
MIxcE PIE.-The mince meat must
Sprepared at least two weeks before
is to be used. Take one pound of
sh beef, boil, remove all fat and fi
e and chop fine. Two pounds of
Let freed from strings and chopped.
ne and a quarter pounds of currants
refully washed, picked and dried.
ne and a quarter pounds of the best
isins, stoned; one pound of citron,
ced; three-quarters of a pound of
gar; quarter of an ounce each of
>wdered cloves, mace, and cinna
on; one grated nutmeg, the juice of
ro oranges, six apples, chopped fine.
GRMANx POTATO PUDDING.-Take
ree cups cold boiled and mashed
tatoes; put them into a saucepan
ith a little salt and grated lemon
ud; stir over the fire; add butter
e size of an egg, a half pint of
'eam, and two tablespoonsful of su
tr; remove from the fire; flavor with
-ange; add four beaten eggs and the
>lks of four more. Mix all well to
ather and pour into a pan well but
red, and sprinkle with bread crumbs.
ake and serve hot.
"Do."-Do attend to your children
>urself; a go-between betwixt moth
and child is like a middle-man in
siness who gets the largest share of
Do dress the children sensibly;
ver up their limbs in winter, and
udy health first and appearance
Do show the children that you love
em; do not expect them to take it
Do, as they grow older, win their
nfidence; if you do not, somebody
Do maintain a respectful tone to
Leir father before them; if he is not
1 you wish, still make them respect
im; he is always their father, and
isrespect to him is a reflection upon
Do, as the boys grow up, make
>mpanions of them; then they will
t seek companionship elsewhere.
Do let the children make a noise
>metimes. Their happiness is as
aportant as your nerves.
My wife has used Bradycrotine for head
les with the best imaginable results. I
ste this without solicitation. J. W. Mash
irn, Abbeville, Ga.
[Sumter Freeman, Sep. 18.]
Messrs. R. W. DuRant & Son have paid
e license of $*200.00 as required by law, to
11 pistols and cartridges. This is the
a firm to take out a license in Sumter
Messrs. E. E. Rembert &k Co.'s telephone
1e between their store in the city and
agood, is now in working order. The
all telephone is the name of the instru
ent, and it is considered the best made.
e line is twenty miles long. The firm is
be commended upon their enterprise.
The Sumter county legislative delegation,
nsisting of Senator Abbott and Represen
tives Moses, Dupre, and Pitts, met here
nesday to make some move in regard to
e framing of a new act to build a new
il and court house, and to dispose of those
w in use. They reached no decision in
Le matter and postponed the same for fur
er consideration until October 17, when
ey will meet here again.
!en Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
hen she was a. Child, she cried for Castoria.
ben she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
hnhehdChildren, she gave them Castoria.
Boils, pimples, and skin diseases of all
ads speedily disappear when the blood is
aritied by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
has no equal as a tonic alterative, the re
dts being immediate and satisfactory. Ask
sr druggist for it, and take no other.
A gun is like a mule; when it is
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NG 11 Manufactured by
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71 Only chartered music company in the State. We are jobbers and retailers, not dealer
who buy from jobbers. We want good agents and good customers throughout South ant
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We also sell all kinds of Sheet Music and Music Books, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Har
monicas, Strings, Brass Band Instruments, which we buy direct from the manufacturer.
and importers. Send for our special sheet music catalogue to
THE KILLOUGH MUSIC COMPANY, Florence, S. C.
N. B.-F. C. Lighte is our only authorized tuner and repairer. We guarantee his work
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SPARTANBURG COUNTY, S. C.
This Famous Resort will be Open to Visiton
Until October 15th.
It is accessible from Spartanburg by a Daily Hack Line, makin,
good connection with all trains. Telephone in operation to
Spartanburg, and Daily Mail.
of THE- MIN'ERAL, WATEB
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TIsM CATAuIENAL DERANGEMENT,
ndi .nc Otb.er 3Pemale C~mplain.ts.
ch. Highly Recommended by the Medical Pzcfession.
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We W. E. HOLMES. LELAND MOORl
White Lead and Colors,
Oils and Varnishes,
Glass and Brushes,
Mill and~ Naval Store Suupplies
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LI Did Not Know It!
ig Don't say this, but call for yourself and get my prices on
r'er - ~ DAI E
Belting, - Paints - and - COils, - &c
We are always Head-Quarters, and ask you to call and give u~
trial. B. Burns,
SUMTER, S. C.
H- A R D W AR EB.
'R. W.IhDUWT & Soi1
Offer a full line of goods
C. For Ihousehold, Plantation, and Mechian
We buy largely Ifir cash and sell close. Prettiest an
largeSt Stock outside of the large cities.
Scarriage tre Wagon2 Material
TABLE AND PocEP CUTLERY, GUNs, PIsTOLs, SHELLS, AMMUNITION,
TooLs, ENGINE FINTURas, PI>INo, PU3IrS, WOOD AND
IRON, CIocERY, TINWARE, &c.
Beltinag, - Fac1.:. g. .- ..sacinag, - cfoc
CooE STUVES, ALL W\ARRANTED. HE'ATING STOVES, ALL RUNDS.
OIL STOVLs Fnoii 1.00 Ur'.
-Earness in 3-rery 'Variety.
R~. W. DWRANT & EON,
eMAIN STREET, SUMTER, 8. 6'.
~~T W~ T W W~q Torough Pr.actical Intuton. Grte tau
PERCIVAL M'F.G CO.
DOORS, : SASH,: AND: BLINDS.
486 t CMeeting Street, CIHARLESTION, S. C.
A. WEINP.ERG 1. 1. BAGN,
Parties having lands for sale or svish
to buy will do well to consult us. At pi
ent we offer for sale:
Two acres in town of Manning on De
One lot 1 acres in town of Manning N
One tract in Harmony township 145 acj
One tract in Santee township 177 acres
One tract in Santee township 105. acre
One tract near Packsville, S. C., 55 aci
One tract in St. James township 87 aci
One tract in St. James township 37 aci
One tract in Mt. Zion township 94 aci
One tract in Mt. Zion township 56 aci
One tract in Sammy Swamp township
One tract in Manning township 74) aci
One tract in Harmony township 88 aci
315 acres, New Zion township, 80 ac
cleared, 2 settlements.
Special attention given to renting a
collecting of rents and to payment of ta
and listing of lands for non-residents,
For particulars apply to
FEINBERG & BAGNAL,
Manning, S. C
The Only z1flcaivi carpt flOUS in the C
247 King St., Opposite Hasell,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sai-iiari for all Floor coverin
Upholstering Goods and Draperies
THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN THE STA
We quote a few of our specialties:
Brussels Carpet at 65, 75, 85, and $1
Velvet Carpet at $1.25, $1.40, and 1
pegran Carpet at at 50, 60, 70, an d
Hemp Carpet at 20, 25, and 30c. per ye
Straw Mattings at 15, 18, 20, 25, 30, i
35c. per yard.
Rus at 75, Sl.2, 0.0, $2.50, to $9 er
Cornica Poles at 25, 35, and 50c.
Full stock of Lace Curtains from O0c.
Specpal rattenbion given to all orders.
guarantee satisfaction. To give us a t:
order is to come again, as onr prices are
See. and Treas. Managei
Don't fail to consult us before buy
your Machinery. We are Manufactur
and can save you in prices and freight o
more distant points.
ESTIATES 1MADE AND ADVICE Gn
UroN AN STANAI Macms.'
ERIY IN THlE M.ARKET.
-: And Supplies. :
Write, or call upon
CHERAW MACHINE WORK
Charleston, S. C.,
Hand and Power,
Simple in Mechanism, and give be
Satisfaction than any other Press on
.JoIns F. WVzusiiu. - - L. IL ( uImoj
JOHN F. WERNER & CO,,
I3ROCERS, COMMISSION MER CHAN
and Provision Dealers,
Axo 2 Q urnxx SvI::-r, Cuiu:: srox,
--Sole Agents for
Game Cock & Thues Link Tobacci
P~atener of thVelbat--d
for infants and Children.
-Castoriassowenadtetohdrenthat Caatorae col& con, c ationa,
. recommenditassuperiorto y prtC=iOn si1 otoms, d.lmhand pructto
known to, me." H. A. A Rcm:, X.D., sO gesiVMSPfd rmo
111 So. Oxford St., Brookly, N. Y. wi injurious "edan
ccThe uge of c'Castrix I is so universal and F Ior several years!I have recommended
C Is mrit sowell known that it seems a work your'- Castoria,'I and sbaf always continue to
e toderi s e Fesoeh do so as it ha invariably PrOdtced bene6CWa
r la te gentfailes who do not keeP Castoria re.ultsE PAR ,. D.,
within easy reacwEwnF mil..
Caeos kmit. "The Wintbzp,"125th Street and 7th Ave.,
Late pastor Bloomingdale o c erk City.
TKz CMarAU CoMPAWI, 77 MMUA STE', Nw YoME.
ADGER SMYTH. F. J. PELZER, Special.Partner.
SMYTH & ADGER,
Factors and Commission Merchanis,
No4rtb. Atlanitic VVbrf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
0. V. BL.AKE & CO.,
T INNING, IGAS FITTING,
Lamps and Globes, House Furnishing
SEND.FOR PRICES. ' GOODS, ETC.
Sole agents for "Garland Special.attention given to
Stoves and Ranges." country orders.
Under Acadamy of Music, CHARLESTON, S. C.
OTTO F. WIETERS,
Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Liovors and Cigars,
No. 121 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
OTTO TIEDEMAN & SONS,
Wholesale Grocers and Provision Dealers,
172, 174, and 176 East Bay Street,
40C H ..RI..E30S T~ O N . 9. C0.
WM. SIEPPE]RD & CO.
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Tinware, ndaprice lists.
No. 232 Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
- - ESTABLISHED 1844.
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.
WitRepairs' executed with prom~ptness and Dispatch. Sendf or price lists.
East Bay, Uor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C..
O. L.VIE TT,1
.Artis tico M on naenit s
lIn Marbl1e ancd. Gran'ite.I
MAGNOLIA CEMETERY AVENUE,I
CII AIRL E ST ON, S. C.
Enterprise Cars pass office and workshops.I
pHENRY C. WOHLERS,
li Augr at Re Apple Tobaccg, a1se !ig Aupe ani Eing aichai Cipw.
No. 2 Meat a Specialty.
213 East Bay, CHARLESTON, S. C.
"Adamant" Wall Plaster
:Best Material for Walls and Ceilings Ever Put 3e
fore the Public.
The only thing about a building that has not improved for over 1,000
years is lime plaster. But there is no excuse hereafter for falling ceilings,
crumbling walls, broken and defaced decorations. ADAMANT is not a
guess work mixture of lime, hair, and sand: it is a machi-ne made mortar,
containing no liime: it comes dry in bags ready to be used at any season by
- ising with water only. Any mason can apply it: bursting pipes or leaky
roofs will not effect ~it. It's the best known fire resisting material in the
world, and it is impervious to disease germs.
. Architects, Engineers, and Scientific Men Everywhere, EndorselIt,
and 300,000 buildings plastered within three years, is the only testimonial
we need offer. For fdll particulars address the
SOUTHEASTERN PLASTER CO.,
;Also manufacturers and dealers in calcined plaster and Portland cements.
Southern Fruit Company,
IPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN - AND - DOMESTIC - FRUITS,
W.CHARLESTON, S. C.
MIXOutN, Mnaerm. SEND FOR PRICES.