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THE MANNING TIMES.
Give The Public a Rest.
SutrTOx, S. C.. ,ep p. 28. 1891.
The Big Tempest in a Little Teapot. My
absence from home has prevented a reply
to the article in your paper of Septembe'r
9th in which you made fmther allusion to
the difficulty at Foreston between my broth
er, Tom Sparks, and John Wilson. I hoped
that when the facts were given to the read
ers of your paper in their true light. (as in
my card of late date I endeavored to do)
that the matter would be left to the majesty
of the law to prove and3 substantiate the
correctness of the same.
But since you have seen fit to comment
further upon it, there are a few questions I
would like answered. and a little advice to
offer, which if taken may prove beneficial
in the future to yourself and paper, in mak
ing it a sheet worthy the price of subscrip
tion and time of reading, thereby increas
ing its circulation, enriching its coffers,
thus spreading the influence of both, to far
more distant borders, than either has yet
Now Mr. Editor it seems, that you, who a
few weeks ago. through the columns of
your paper. would have this 'Big Tempest
in a Little Teapot" appear a mountain oi
crime, have become to look upon it as a
mole hill. Will vou be kind enough to in
form us what has' brought about this won
derful change upon your part? If not we
are left to presume it is due to the fact that
Mr. Cantey has in his card denied giving
you certain information, which you claimed
to have gotten from him, and by this act,
has thrown the responsibility of a mis
representation upon you, and you would
like things look a little better.
And furthermore, Mr. Editor, why
treat at such length the matter of carrying
concealed weapons? This matter has not
been under consideration, as by my card
you will see that I only asked space in your
columns for a correction of the report as to
assault. It seems to me, that you are either
endeavoring to justify the incorrectness of
your former reports, or you would prejudice
the minds of the people before day of trial.
Read up the statutes of your State and you
will readily perceive, that a charge of carry
ing concealed weapons does not come with
in the jurisdiction of a trial justice; there
fore my brother could not have been lawful
ly tried before Mr. Cantey, and consequent
ly could not have been subjected to such
fines and penalties as you might think just:
doubtless you would have imposed the full
penalty of the law, for you know, Mr. Ed
itor, this is a grat big diculty between boys,
one of whom simply defended his rights as
a citizen of South Carolina, and against
whom these charges are yet to be proven.
And I would say that I believe that any ef
fort upon the part of the Mmso Tams or
its editor, to render a decision for the jury
before whom this case will be tried, will
but meet with that degree of indifference,
and - contempt, which it would deserve.
We are not yet a monarchy, but a free peo
ple. and the men of Clarendon (from whom
her jurors are drawn) are not ot such "met
tIe" as can be melted and moulded by this
paper or its editor. When we become sub
jects of a kingdom, I think your chances
for the crown would be good, but until then
be content Mr. Editor to gather news for
your valuable paper by that new and im
proved process: "news pump."
In conclusion let me give you some dots
about your "pump" as I have some little
knowledge of pumps, though it seems that
the- one used in the Tnats office is of differ
ent mechanism, operates differently and
serves an entirely different purpose. Or
dinary pumps are used for hoisting one of
Gods greatest blessings to man, namely
pure health-giving water. They are made
of varous materials, and of many patterns,
from the tiny iron one upon the back porch
e.shelf, to the long, gaunt, cucumber which
adorns the middle of the street. As to the.
onoused in the MAiIso TIMxs office, I can
say but little. I have seen it, it is fashion.
ed to song extent after the one in the mid
die of the street, but must be only a model,
rough hewn, whose right angles, tiangles,
-horiontals, and perpendiculars are yet to
be rounded, corniced, capped, anid com
pleted, if it proves a success. It differs
from other pumps inasmuch as it is destin
ed to 'pump" news for the MAN2Uo~ TIMSs.
it is run by gas, and generates its own gas,
and yet it "pumps" with such velocity, that
the MANNING TIMCEs has to take it on the
"fy " Mr. Editor, slacken your speed, for
rt really seemsthatthings are getting mixed,
and muddled. S&XtEI. Spars.
We doubt very much the propriety
or necessity of replying to anything
above, but for fear that some of our
- readers, like Mr. Sparks, read things
-as they are not, we notice what he
has to say about the matter at issue.
Ogdu-rst allusion to the Sparks
....rWison fracas was made, as we have
ie before stated, because it was some
~>thing so unusual for aboy to be car
Srying around with him so deadly a
;weapon as knucks, and because the
trial justice thought the case of so
e~~anature as to demand a fine
sOur second (and last) allusic'n to
1e fracas was made because Tom
Sparks went to Trial Justice Cantey
and asked him to deny in the TDIrs
that he (Cantey) had written the ar
tiele that first appeared in the TnIrs
on this subject, at the same time tell
in g him that we told him (Sparks)
that he (Cantey) did write the article.
'The facts in the case are that the
Karticle appeared in the Tnrus as if
~t written by the editor, and not as a
communication; and we so told Tom
Sparks, in the presence of his brother,
Sam Sparks, distinctly telling them
that we 'wxote it, and that Mr. Cantey
did not write it, but that we had ob
tained our information from Mr.
Cantey. They raised a question that
the difference in the ages of the boys
wasa not two years, and that the fine
wara $50or ffeen days, and not $50
or thirty days, as we had stated. We
told them both these differences were
of comparatively small importance, and
not worth a correction, but that the
serious part of the case was the car
rying of the knacks, and told them if
they could not deny that part of it
they had better leave it all alone.
They, nevertheless, disregarded our
advice and insisted on being allowed
to publish a card that Sparks was
not two~years older than Wilson [we
had stated on the information of Mr.
Cantey.. that he was a year or two
older), and that the alternative of the
fine was 15 days not 30 days. They
-did not say anything in this card about
the knuchs. The public can judge
why. The public can also judge why
young Tom Sparks should have af
terwvards told Trial Justice Cantey
that we said Cantey wrote the article,
7 when we had a few days before told
him and his brother positively that
we wrote it.
* EDIvOn Aaxisc Trmws.
STATE or Oino, CITY OF~ ToLEoo,
Frank J. Cneney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Chenecy
& Co., doing business in the city of Toledo,
county and State aforesaid, and that said
firm will pay the sum ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each anid every- case of ca
larrh that cannot be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHIENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December, A.1
D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON.
[s~atj Ktary Nuble.
Hal' atarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimo
imls, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
- Toledo, Ohio.
?Z#Sold by drnuists, '75c.
St. Paul News.
.r. 1A, Oct. .ve are having elear
:m hot days Vith cool and ph-asant J:igit.
Sieh szons are foulliar to thos - o
camped with I.-e on the i li of Vi
ginia. Then Joiintiie march"ed all day.
vrith perspiration li pgose! egg. ol 1
brow, anxinu iy hopiing for an ear or two of
(orn1 to break his fast wiun ho void lie
down (in the softest side of a rock to slep
with his musket and eartrid.e box and 1
piece of his old jacket sleeve piled on him
to keep his blue blood wanri for t1 night.
When he slept with one eye open lie was
looking for another ear ot corn, but when
he smiled he was dreaiing of a pair of
shoes h wanted that was fast hastening
towards the enemivs gunbvats or stepping
liglhtly for the bomb-proofs of W azhimngton.
When be grinned in his sleep like the 'pos
sum in the 'simmon tree lie waas then
dreaming of his Julia Ann away down in
Dixic and he thought he was th-tr with her
pulling 'lasses candy, but when he chewed
his cud he was with the dear old folks at
home eating apple dumpling and drinking
apple cider. Sweet home! The soldier
knows what it is to be home. and when with
the sound of distant cannon the long roll 1
was beat and Johnnie awoke gathering up
his musket, cartridge box, canteen, and
haversack. and taking out of his bosom
nearest his heart a picture of Julia Ann
with a faded bunch of violets he pressed it
to his lips, threw a kiss towards his sunny
South, waived~his faded cap above his head.
and with that rebel yell that reached from
right to left across the hills he guided cen
ter, double-quick, charge, and was then go
ing to get the shoes he had been dream
A small infant's coflin was found in Jacks
creek near St. Paul depot last week, having
had the appearance of being placed under
the water when the creek was full, the wa
ter having since receded. While some ne
groes were fishing in the creek they discov
eret the coffin and reported it. The little
coffin was taken up and the lid taken off,
which revealed the small clothes and emit
ted a stench agrecable to that of having con
tained the body of an imperfect infant.
There has been murder committed, but by
whom no one as yet knows. Trial Justice
Richbourg is working the matter up to trace
out this foul and vilainous murder. We
hope the guilty one may swing higher than
The steamers on the Santee are now con
testing with the C. S. & N. R. R. for the
freights, and from the present shipments by
the steamers the railroad will suffer loss, as
the boats are carrying cotton at half rates.
How long they can live at these reduced
freights no one can tell, but competition is
the life of trade, and the farmer and mer
chant have saved some money by the fight
for the trade.
The ladies of St. Paul will have a festival
at the Cross-Roads Academy on Friday
evening, October 9th, for the benefit of re
pairing their church. The public generally
are very respectfully invited to attend and
assist in this laudable enterprise. All who
come will meet with a warm welcome. I.
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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 I
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by J. G. Dinkins & Co.
A WONDER WORKER.
Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of Bur
ngton, Ohio, states that he had been under
the care of two prominent physicians, and
used their treatment until he was not able
to get around. They pronounced his case
to be consumption and incurable. He was
persuaded to try Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, conghs, and colds, and at
that time was not able to walk across the
street without resting. He found, before he
had used half cf a dollar bottle, that he was
much better; he continued to use it and is1
to-day enjoying good health. If you have
any throat, lung, or chest trouble try it. We
guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle free at
J. G. Dinkins ~& Co.'s drug store.
This remedy is becoming~ so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tionl. All who have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise.-A purer
medicine does not exist, and it is guaranteed
to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters
will cure all diseases of the liver and kid
nes, will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum,
and other affections caused by impure
blood.-Will drive malaria from the system
and prevent as well as cure all malarial fe
vers.-For cure of headache, constipation,
and indigestion try Electric Bitters.-Entire
satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
Price 50e. and $1 per bottle at J. G. Dinkins
& Co.'s drug store.
Petit Jury for October Court.
John P Carrol, Packsville.
T B Owen, Panola.
B F Ridgill, Manning.
Jeff Davis Hedge, Manning.
F M1 Graham, Panola.
J N Brown, Packsville.
Milton Stukes, Foreston.
R H Griffin, Pinewood.
C C Way, Silver.
.5 B Gibson, Manning.
T M1 Mims, Silver.
Isaac N Tobias, Foreston.
N R McKenzie. Sandy Grove.
G W McCall, Manning.
T C Owens, Jordan.
R E Harvin, Oakland.
J W Ardis, Silver.
T A Bradham, Manning.
J H McCollum, St Paul.
J E Tennant, St Paul.
S C Turbeville, Seloc.
E G DuBose, Manning.
R S Elliott, Silver.
R C Gayle, Pinewood.
S H Bradham, Manning.
T J Tisdale, Manning.
T T Hedge, Manning.
Joel G Rhodus, Davis Station.'
B P Broadway, Packsville.
H B Tindal, Summerton.
L T1 DesChamps, Silver.
John WV Clark, Jordan.
H J McLeod, Packsville.
N H Holladay, Manning.
Brown Corbett, Packsville.
D F Lide, Pinewood.
Suicide at Mlayesville.
Snrrxr., Oct. 5.-Robert P. Mayes com
mitted suicide at his home in Mayesville,
S. C.. to-day by shooting himself in the
Mayes is the young man who got into
trouble with the Sumter banks about a year
ago. He fled to New York at the time, but
afterwards came back to Mayesville, and
has lived there ever since. The money he
drew from the Sumter banks was made
Surrma, October 6.-The particulars of
the suicide of Robert Mlayes, at Mayesville
yesterday, are ascertained to be that he had
been dealing in cotton futures on the New
York market and lost, so it is reported,
about $5,000. Yesterday a representative
of a New York house appeared in Mayesville
with papers for the arrest of Mayes for fraud
in connection with the deal. When Mayes
heard of this he went to his room and shot
himself through the body just below the
heart. He lingered three or four hours be
fore he died, during which time he said he
did not want to live. He left a letter cx
plaining why he decided to take his own
life, but his family have not allowed the
content-s of the letter to be made public.
In the court to-day the case of Lawyer
John R. Keels for forgigy was set for trial
Rev. A. .J. Stokes left here this evening to
attend the Methodist Conference in Wasn
ington. The wveather is rapidly turninag
coldr, and looks stormy.
A colored man ilamed Ivey Gordon was
run ov'er by the train a few miles below
here to-day on the Central railroad and
killed, his body being badly mangled. His
gun and dog were lying near him. Th'le dog
was also killed.
Literlly means bad air. Poisonous germs
arising ~from low, marshy land, or from de
caying vegetable matter, are breathed into
the lungs, taken up by the blood, and un
less the vital fluid is puritied by the use of
a good medicine like Hood's Sarsaparilla,
the un fortunate victim is soon overpowered .j
Even in the more advanced cases, where
the terrible fever prevails, this successfuli
m edicine has effected remarkable cures.]
Those who are exposed to malarial or othert
poisons should keep the blood pure by tak
ng Hood' Srsnnnrillna1
111ts wt cople " -1 weil(' s t i
*au-re P - ric'es oF r- mr-d oUub
Lcts with aColi:c zml '~I Vcttej lit
Fall and Winter Goods,
fed qm1jute assured that I will Le abl to fill
he wants of mcti::Cry.
My line of
Ladies' Fa ny 0 r s FU3!S
Was never more complete, Cniainin-g all of
;be latest novelties ot the season, cosistmg
> Gross-Grain Silk, Silk Bau-alin.s. Silk
Warp Henii- ttas, All Wool 1i. nrittas,
"ashmeres. Flannels from :0 to 5; in. wi-e.
ll Wool Trcots. All Wool e-Iaes, Novelty
nd D3icstic Ginghams, 8utiags of all
:iualities, and, in fact, everyhing t at can
;e imagined in Fancy Dress Goocls F.bries.
-Tm i.MI;o SILKs, SILK VELvfr ,
Velveteens, Silk Gimps, and Cords suita
ble to trim every piece of dress goods in
My Line of Notions
Is- comiplet, 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
md Silks, Table Oil Cloths, White Linen,
ind Turkey Red Table Covers, Turkey red
ind White Linen Doylies, Ladies' and
3ent's Hosiery and Neckwear, and in fact
ilmost anything that can be thought of in
he Notion line.
I have a nice hne of Gent's, Youth's, and
hildren's ready-made Clothing, with prices
o suit the times.
I have a large and well selected line of
Ladies' Gent's, Children's and Infants'
hoes in stock, and time and expense has
aught me that a shoddy line of shoes is not
:he kind of goods to build up a t:aude with,
herefore I have taken great pains in select
.ng my stock of shoes, and as I have had
nany years experience in the different
jualities of leather, I feel quite sure that
ny customers will get One Hundred Cents
vorth of wear out of every dollar invested
.n a pair of shoes purchased of me.
A complete Line of
Hardware & Crockeryware
dways on hand.
Special attention has been paid to my
End consequently my shelves arc always
-il of the best and purest Family GJroce
ies, consisting of Flour, Bacon, Lard, Su-.
ar, Coifee, and all kinds of Canned Fruits,
Salmon, French and Amieria Sm!! s,
orned Beef, Cheese, lDutter, Fancy Can
iies. and everything fond in a tirst-class
rocery, and all sold at the lowest cash
rices, and any one
DOUBTING THlE STATEMENT
till please come and
Shaeire th~e Cash.
it me, and they wvill never leaveu without
etting what they want.
Ini conclusion, I desire to extenud a cordi
i invitation to all of my customers to call
md inspect my large line of
Fall and Winter Goods,
Lnd I further wish to tender my heartfelt
hanks to them for the liberal supp~ort they
ave given me in the past, and trust that
ny past dealings with them have proven
atisfactory, and will make them better
ustomers, and gain others for me.
S. A. Rigby,
Manning, S. 0., Sep. 16, 1801l.
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powerful alterative effects in the system a
change that seems little short of miraculous.
No medicine has been in such universal
demand for years. Give it a trial.
" If any one suffering from general de~bili
ty, want of appetite, depression of spirits,
and lassitude, will use Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I
am confident a cure "-ill result, for I havu
used it, and speak from experience. It I5
by far the best remedy I ever kW:""
F. 0. Loring, Brockton, M~ass.
Worth $5 a bottle. -
-|ITennessee -: WaEons, ;
(ONE AND TWO HORSE,)
ROAD CARTE, BUGGIES,
---oR SALE rA
S. A, RIGBY, 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.
C HXiRL EST ON. S. C.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, F. reign and
Domstmie Chemicals, &c. Show cases of all
PEREECT' ' TISTI0
BSo -- . Tio0
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Opens September 29th. Entrance E -ma --
nations begin September '2th. Classial
~iterary, Scientific, and Law Courses. Thir
For further informat mod address the 1P9es
A. WiNIERIG. 1. 1. BAGNAL. I
Parties having lands for sale or wishing
to buy will do well to consalt us. At pros
ent we offer for sale:
Two acr.-s in town of MIanning on Depot
One lot 1 acros in town of Manning with
One tract in Harmony township 145 acres.
One tract in Santee township 177 acres.
One tract in Santee township 1051 acres.
One tract near Packsvilie, S. C., 55 acres.
One tract in St. James township 87 acres.
One tract in St. James township 37 acres.
One tract in Mt. Zion township 94 acres.
One tract in Mt. Zion township 5(; acres.
One tract in Sammy Swamp township 71
One tract in Manning township 74.1 acres.
One tract in Harmony township 88 acres.
315 acres. New Zion township, 80 acres
cleared, 2 settlements.
Special attention given to renting and
collecting of rents and to payment of taxes.
and listing of lands for non-residents, on
For particulars apply to
WEINBERG & BAGNAL,
Manning, S. C,
The Only Bhelsive Wpet Houie in the City.
247 King St., Opposite Hasell,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
d-Quriti for all 100r cov0rings,
Upholstering Goods and Draperies of
THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN THE STATE,
We quote a few of our specialties:
Brussels Carpet at 65, 75, 85, and $1 per
Velvet Carpet at $1.25, $1.40, and $1.50
Ingrain Carpet at at 50, G0, 70, and 90c..I
Hemp Carpet at 20, 25, and 30c. per yard.
Straw Mattings at 15, 18, 20, 25, 30, and
35c. per yard.
Rugs at 75, $1.25, $2.00, $2.50, to $9 each.
Wdindow bhades at 50, 75, $1.00. and up.
Cornice Poles at 25, 315, and 50c.
Enll stock of Lace Curtains from 90ce. to
$15.00 p~er pair.
Special attent:on given to all orders. We
garantee satisfaction. To give us a trial
order is to come again, as our prices arc the
Sec. and Treas. Manager.
Will be Held 4
Will be subject to such c
Scret ary Collins's Office v
Rules andl Regulations will be assi
(;at es op(eed ;f 9 ~o k0
under the direction of Supjer~inltende
halters, and closing withi Saddle, S
AT NIGIIT an Entertainmn
Gates will opnXI at 9 o'clock
Examiniiation in the& Arenia of Fruit:
From 2 t o 5 Baseball Teamus Displ
AT NIGIIT-Display ini N
(Gat is will ope :, 9 'cloc~k
w h ill elie Addresse to t he (Citize'
Irm 2 to :1 lout iha-es, Wa~tinn! I
at ni ht. ~i1aoi:i
ol Wi '\Itace(.s. Froin 12 le 2 19
he Uaseball Teamis. Al -1 '4 o'ehe
he Fair wvill close. Each mo rning
ecuttive CJommiile ma dCi~v(irect.
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IN_ THE_ W ORLD. Ceneral Representatives.
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E Pl.iNc1s. ESTETX OR( ANS ARE M.ADE UPON 11ON')i", SOLD UPON
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0r forty-five years andi fully ti-erve the praise accorded by all w.o purchase thema.
[hev are co(ntriucte i to meet all r.mirements for Parlor, Chnrch, Lodge, or School. They
-an be1) purchased on ea.;y terms of the KILLoUGH MU1SIC COMPANY.
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P.P. Carpenter Company, Mannfacturers, factory at Brattleboro, Verniont, have had
nany years of experience and are fully responsible. They fully warrant all organs for
ight years. The Killough Music Company buy them in large quantities and sell thent
wholesale or retail at lowest prices, quality considered. Write for catalogue and
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Ouly chartered music company in the State. We are jobbers and retailers, not deaers
who buy from jobbers. We want good agents and good customers thronghout South and
orth Carolin. to confer with us before arranging elsewhere. Onr prices are low, terms
.easonable, an- quality of goods among the best that. are manufactured. Note our spec
alties: PL-Nos. -Bohr Bros., Estey, Ivers & Pond, New England. ORGANS.-Estey,
,arpenter, Weaver, Farran-l & Votoy, Kimball.
Full five octave organ only S29.(10. Seven and one-third octave piano only $198.00.
WVe ship from factory direct allowing fifteen days' test. Assume all freic:ht charges in
inal settlement. Book and stool free. One price strictly, and we pu--lish the price.
end at once for catalogue and price list. Special discount to Churches, Ministers,
chools, and Music Teachers.
We also sell all kinds of Sheet Music and Music Books, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Har
nonicas, Strings, Brass Band Instruments, which we buy direct from the manufacturers
tnd 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.
R1 W. DuRINT &SUN,
Offer a full line of goods
For Household, Plantation, and Mechan
We buy largely for cash and sell close. Prettiest and
largest stock Outside of the large cities.
Carriage c ?VWagon B/azterial1,
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, GUNs, Pisrots, SnEis, AMMUNITION,
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OIL STOVES FRox 1.00 Ur.
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W9 SOUTH CAROLINA.
)ctober 14, 15, 16, and 17th.
-amm21xe fCr -tlae XVeel.
ianges as the Executive Committee may direct.
111 be opened at 8 o'clock, a. in., when all Entries mnade under the
;ned to their proper positions.
a. m. From 10 to 12 an ExhibiLion in the Arena or all the Cattle
,t. From 12 to 2 display of Horses, beginning with those led by
agle, and Matched Harness Horses. From 2 to 5 Baseball Teams
mnt will be furnisheod in first-class style for the General Public, and
; Contest Each Day With Rifles.
a. in. From 10 to 11 a General Disphy of Stock. Fron 11 to 12
, Proicts. &c. romi 12 to 2 Foot R.ices and W"Aliut Foot Races. c
edhe-ork. &c. by Show. Refreshments will he servcd. X
Firom 1 to 12 the 1io. E. 11. Dens ;ad Prof. A. J. Jatnwrson
w of 1:urendIoun Coty. From 12 1o -> lI Irse Tronrs' )isplay.a
. From1 10 t o 11 Fin:Oit yof Foot Raoes. From 11 to 1 2 Finality
wsplav of all 1t1he Premonims, and Auction. Fronm 2 to :8 Finalityv of
wPr-emimus will be awa rdedl fromi t he Secretary's oihe, atfter which
he Connuitteec will examine Fruit s, Ibtiplemnent s, Prduct s, A rticles
Sespiecial ly inv ited1 1 tocome in; t hey miiay take such! part as the Ex
HIIO(;mi. Vice-P'res.; A. ( oImssN. Sec.; II. (. D j.L.us[N, Asst. Sec.;
,, Su,,l . O IN 1 ~v , S . in.; -J . W _ I):LoI s. Chairma~n Comn.
for Infants aind Children.
CastoriisoweladaptdtochildtrentAt CastOmaA (3011c , m.padoi6
sours Stm-ach, Tarrhcaa. Eructation.,
IrecommenditasuPeriortoanyPrecriPo Kils Worms, gives sleep, and prnote dI
known to me." H. A. ARCMf, 3LD.
ill So. Oxford St., Booklyn, . Y. Wi ous medc
"The use of - Castoria' is so universal and " For several years, I have recommiended
its merits so well known that it seem work yo=r Castor* ' and shall always Continu to
Of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the os as it baa lnvaribly produced benadacil
intelgent families who do not keep CastOria resultsF"
within easyreach" EDWIN F. Pssua, X~ D,
CAELo Mkuvsv. DN..7 "The Winurop,"12th Street and M AeW9
Ne okCt. New York City.
Late Pastor Bloomingdale Rformed
TZ9 CNTHE COMPA"r, 77 MUa3rD STMKZT. NEW YORK.
ADGER SMYTH. F. J. PELZER, Special Partner.
SMYTH & ADGER,
Factors and Commission merchants,
1%Tort.. A.tlantic X3.arf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
. E. HOLMES. LELAND MOORE.
W. E. HOLMES & CO.,
- DEALERS IN
hite Lead and Colors,
Oils and Varnishes,
-Glass and Brushes,
-Mill and Naval Store Supplies.
TREET LAMPS -:- AND -:- LANTERNS -:- OF -:- ALL -:- KINDS.
OFFICE 207 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
OTTO F. WIETERS,
Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Lionuors and Cigars,
No. 121 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
3TTO TIEDEMAN & SONS,
Wholesale Grocers and Provision Dealers,
172, 174, and 176 East Bay Street,
C -X.A. Y.L a 3:0. 1tB '.. C) -%T- e. 40s .
WM SIIPIPER.D & CO.
L.ARGE SUN RINI
Send for circulars
Tinware, and price lists.
No. 232 Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
Dharleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
larine Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers, Saw
fill Machinery, Cotton Presses Gins, Railroad, Steam
oat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
liiBepairs executed with promptness and Dispatch. Sendfor price lists.
East Bay, Uor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
O. L. VIETT,j
A r tis ti o IVEo rne n t
In MVaN rb1le ancI G-ra3.te. I
MAGNOLIA CEMETERY AVENUE, . I
C H A n L E S TO N, S. C.
Enterprise Cars pass office and workshops.
HENRY C. WOHLERS,
WV -'j M.AIiE'
Big Ager adi I'd A40l 70chm, EIso Big Apri ad lnIg lichard CipS
No. 2 Meat a Specialrtyr_~
213 East Bay, CHARLESTON, S. C.
"Adamant" Wall Plaster
--xs - M-EN!
est 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
ears is lime plaster. But there is no excuse hereafter for falling ceilings,
rumbling walls, broken and defaced decorations. ADAMANT is not a
uess 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
aixing with water only.' Any mason can apply it: bursting pipes or leaky
oofs will not effect it. It's the best known fire resisting material in the
7orld, and it is impervious to disease germs.
1rchitects, Engineeus, and Scientific Men Everywhere, Endorse It,
nd 300,000 buildings plastered within three years, is the only testimonial
; need offer. For full particulars address the
SOUTHEASTERN PLASTER CO.,
p;Aso manufacturers and de~alers in ealcined plaster and Portland cements.
Southern Fruit Company,
IPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
OREIGN - AND - DOMESTIC - FRUITS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
W H. MIXYNM Manager. SEND FOR PRICES.