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~THE \'f TIMES&
Will He Ever Han-!
-Court is in session in Darlington
Ais week. Joe James is to be re-sen
tenced, but there is a probability that
he will have to be re-sentenced two
or three more times before the law is
V-aUowed to take its course. He has
lad three trials, has been convicted
wc and has been before the Su
Spreme Court twice, and his case will
iV. probably go before that tribunal im
n-mediately after this term of court.
'After his second conviction he ap
L pealed for a re-hearing of his case,
,7 and the Supreme Court decided
against him. This was after Chief
Justice Simpson's death, and the case
was heard only by Associate Justices
Mclver and McGowan. James's
counsel will claim that the Supreme
Court is not a legal body without a
Ihief justice. If Judge Izlar decides
that the two associate justices could
bear and decide the case James will
appeal from his decision. This will
take the case back to the Supreme
Uburt, and Judges McIver and Mc
wilL have to reaffirm their
to hear the case. Of course
will not stultify themselves by
ing their former decision, but
will have accomplished what
he is working for, namely, delay. It
wil probably be several months yet
FJames can be hung.-Pee Dee
,*&a; October 2&
Bordering on Barbarism.
One instance of a negro being flay
! alive, and two instances of negroes
burned to death, in punishment
brutal crimes-the fearful penalty
-inflicted by lynchers in each
have been reported during the
few weeks from different parts
the South. In the latest case,
ocurred in Texas last Tues
the mob was composed of both
and black men; a number of
men piled the faggots around
victim, and fire was applied by a
woman; but these circumstan
ees only make the affair the more de
R.41mbie. It is a bad business for
Jrhepeople to be teaching negroes
in savagery, on any account,
no crime can justify such a pen
as the Texas mob iuinicted. The
cor~d of three such cases in as many
the is one that cannot be consid
too seriously. No country can
to treat such incidents as mat
of course, or to dismiss them
idle protests.-News and Courier.
apsfree Becond, October 28, 1891.]
av.S. L Richardson, of Timmonsville,
mfled' to preach at Lake City next
by the Baptist brethren.
ev. . E. Dunlap will be installed pas
the Indiantown church on Friday be
the second Sabbath in November.
.Severalof the moat charming young la
of Scranton, have furnished the Meth
c hurch with a handsome communion
am, and have also carpeted the pulpit very
~The white man who was found dead near
suonthe N. E. 3.'3., of whice we
mention last week, could not be iden
I~ed b~y the jury of inquest, and there was
about his person to reveal his
He was killed bythe cars. Hehand
"MY? DAUGHTER'S LIFE
o ~ nes, of Alna, Maine, "She had seven
sores in difierent places on her
,but on giving her Hood's Sarsaparilla
was marked improvement, and now
Ss ell, strong, and healthy."
eW~aa and &outwon 0c&28.]
7<-Mr.-Rodgers and Miss
of Col. T.'V. Walsh, were
n atevening at the Baptist
Galveston, Texas, of consump
rt esidence of her aunt, Mrs. Wil
Eba dsnn, Esteller Marion, second
of the late Josiah M. Wilder, in
6 yh ear of her age.
~'~DjA~hisChina will be married to Miss
Davis, daughter of Mr. Edmund
of Columbia, at the Washington
& church, Columbia, on to-mor
-vnigat 8:30 o'clock.
-edesdaiy, October 28th, the Rev.
. Galphin was married to Miss
Wells, of Orangeburg county. The
is-well known in our community,
bse has visited and has relatives,
has been pastor of the Bethel
-T forabout ayear and ahalf, and is a
oaanf Col George Galphin, the fa
Indian trader of colonial days.
- AtGood One.
>eO thousand dollars will be paid by
b~Te Queen" to the lady or gentleman. girl
~o~boy, forming the largest list of English
woras (of not less than four letters) from
fw tscontained in "Queen Souvenir
Spo." Five hundred dollars will be paid
-~teone sending the second largest list,
m oe hundred additional good prizes
in order of merit. Those sending
-Isiutenclose $1.00 for a year's subscrip
<tmto "The Queen," a large, forty-eight
Sfamily magazine. Competitors en
~-ligffteen U.S8. two-cent stamps extra
~cover expense of mailing, etc., will re
eive free one of "The Queen's" elegant
M-~ouvenir Spoons of Canada.
The Queen" is the most popular family
~pulition and has the largest circulation
e.f-any in C'annaa Sample number with
--Hullprtienlars of competition postpaid for
~siU.&S two.cent stamps. Address "The
Snadian Queen," Toronto, Canada.
Five Thousand Dollars Offered forGamb
The Exposition company is determined
not to have gambling on their premises.
SWhen this was announced most people
looked incredulous, and shrugging their
shoulders said it was all bosh, they will
come around before the opening day.
-The wiseacres in this instance were mis
'taken, however, for the Exposition compa
ny to-day refused an offer of $5,000 for the
SA Herald reotrhearing of this called
on Manager enor
SHe seemed quite surprised when ap
preached on the subject and was curnous to
nl.hwthe news had gotten out.
"Yes, it is so," he said, "we received al
letter this morning from a gambling firm
in IDallas, Texas, offering us the amount
"This is not the first instance, either, if
'e had wished we could have sold the priv
ilege a dozen times before at a sum nearly
up to this last offer."
-"You will then have no games running
on the grounds?'
S"No; positively, no."-Augusta Eera&l
When Baby was sielt, we gave her castoria.
whensbewas aaChad,,he cried for castoria.
hanub shecame Miss, she clhng to Castoria.
mesehdhrn4hgavet hem~sat r
A faded and discolored beard is untidy
and a misfortune. It may be prevented by
using Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers,
a never failing remedy.
Best sewing machines for the least money
MRS. S. A. NETTLES.
A naius effective substitute for
bedroom curtain poles was lately ar
rimnged by an ingenious housewife in
the following manner: Having pro
cured a slender piece of pine wood
like a long lath, she wound it tightly
with white cotton cloth, lapping the
cloth at the ends of the stick to con
ceal the wood, and sewing them se
curely. The curtain was then sewed
to the cloth at the upper edge of the
stick, a two-inch hem being allowed
to stand above to prevent a possible
exposure of the foundation. Two cur
tains were, of course, used for each
window, and were lapped at the mid
dle. One strong shingle nail driven
tbrough the stick and cotton cloth at
each end secured the whole to the
top of the window, and when the cur
tains were drawn back, the lack of
the conventional pole was not appar
CoM3oN SENsE IN THE KITCHEN.
The main causes of failure in cookery
are lack of care in details and igno
rance of nature's laws. Emerson has
said, "We must learn the homely
aws of fire and water; we must feed,
wash, plant, and build."
Exactness in measurement and care
in scraping dishes are euential; it is
not safe to "guess." If syrup is meas
red or an egg beaten, and either
poured into a mixture without rins
ing cup or bowl, the proportions can
not be exact. Nor, in order to rinse
a dish, is it allowable to add two or
three spoonfuls of liquid beyond the
limits of the recipe; but measure dry
ingredients first, then syrups, and
astly the required milk or water.
Flour cannot be too cold for pas
try, cookies, or kindred doughs, while
for yeast bread it should be warm
enough to favor the growth of the
yeast plant. For the same reason
warm water should be used with the
yeast, while with cream tartar and so
da it would hasten the escape of the
gas, and cold liquids only. are allowa
Dough that sticks to rolling pin,
board, and hands in a hot kitchen,
hould be set away till thoroughly
chilled, but all trouble might have
been saved by using cold fat, flour
and liquid at first, and the texture of
the dough would have been better.
Potatoes are boiled and drained,
and then closely covered, instead of
being shaken in a draught of air to
become white and floury by parting
with the superfluous steam.
Whites of eggs may be beaten to a
stiff froth by an open window when
it would be impossible in a steamy
Roasts that should be juicy come
to the table as dry as pasteboard, be
cause the oven was not hot enough at
first to instantly harden the outer
surface and prevent the escape of its
Deep frying is loudly inveighed
against by those who have not the in
clination to discover that less fat is
absorbed by pieces of fish plunged in
:eep fat than those which are turned
from side to side in a limited quanti
ty, and that the intense heat of the
fat cooks it more thoroughly than is
possible by any other method, and if
arefully dra-ined .on DSaiW little fat
What is needed to-day in our
kitchens is less of the cookery book
md more natural philosophy and
ommon sense, i. e., knowledge of
ommon things and every-day phe
A GILOVE BAo.-Made of any goods
you choose, always choosing what
will suit best the place where you de
ign the bag to be hung. Three dif
ferent kinds of cloth, each five-eighths
f a yard in length, and each to meas
ure as much or more in width.
One kind for the outside of the bag,
e kind for the lining, and another.
for an inner lining. Also a small bit
f plush or velvet. Six good sized
brass rings, and three yards of cord
or ribbon for strings. A piece of box
board or very stiff pasteboard.
Directions for making: First, cut
from three kinds of cloth three circles
as large as the cloth will cut, exactly
the same size. (The interlining is
best, or crinoline). Next, cut from
box-board two circles the size of a
large saucer, exactly alike. One of
these small circles place between the
outside and interlining, putting the
centre of the large and small circles
exactly together. Prepare the other
small ec'rcle by basting the plush or
velvet on to one side, leaving a large
seam to turn over the edge of the cir
le. Cut two or three rounds of old
flannel, or thick, soft, woolen cloth,
just a trifle smaller than the paste
board. Place these between the two
small circles and sew together with
long cross-stitches. Next, baste in
smoothly the inner lining, sewing
lightly around the small circle to hold
all in place. . Finish the edges of the
large circles all together, either with
a binding or a large cord. On the
finished edge, at equal distances, sew
the six brass rings. Through these
rings draw two sets of strings to hang
the bag by. The edge of small cir
les fill thickly with pins-bat pins,
shawl pins, and smaller pins, black
This bag will be found very con
venient for hall or hall closet; the cush
ion at the under side, always ready to
answer the often repeated "Will you
be kind enough to give me a pin ?"
and the open pockets keeping in safe
ty the gloves or mittens until wanted.
.The term here given is one
U- which was supposed to have been
d coined during the late war. It is
c~ claimed, however, that it is an old
word revived, perhaps of Swedish
2 origin. Be this as it may, there
ais certainly no word in the Eng
@@ lish language that more forcibly
expresses the action of certain patho-'
genic microbes which may have found,
their way into the blood after the ad
ministration of Swift's Specific. Find
ing this sanguineous medium too
warm, so to speak, for their comfort,
they skedaddle through the pores of
the skin, leaving the system intact.
Not only does S. S. S. cause the elim
ination of the said microbes and the
poison produced thereby, but it as
sists in rebuilding the waste places of
the system resulting from the devital
izing and disintegrating effects of the
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
mailed free SWIFT~ SPECIFIC Co..
Is -+ + Ag 'P
U1pon hie . iW :1,d wi r ri Y - a h elrs
ilvin and -un sil s ;Lm :.d every
nman at hi.- y , and xpart.i to muake good
his lankding if
Square DeallagLow Rices & Firsl-C!-ssGoods
Having just returned from Northern Mar
kets with a complete an-1 well se:lected line
Fall and Winter Goods,
I feel quite assured that I will be able to fill
the wants of my customers.
Mv line of
Ladies' Fancy Dross Fabrics
Was never more complete, containing all of
the latest novelties of the season, consisting
of Gross-Grain Silk, Silk Bangalines, Silk
Warp Henii ttas, All Wool Ilenriettas,
Cashmeres, Flannels from 30 to 5G in. wide,
All Wool Tricots. All Wool Serges, Novelty
and Domestic Ginghams, Suitings of all
qualities, and, in fact, everything that can
be imagined in Fancy Dress Goods Fabrics.
-TinG SILKs, SILK VErLETS,
Velveteens, Silk Gimps, and Cords suita
ble to trim evers 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
Ladies' Gent's, Children's and Infants'
Shoes in stock, an1 tune 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 had
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,
Salmon, 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
Shia1m.e th~e Cash
at me, and they will never leave without
getting what they want.
In conclusion, I desire to extend a cordi
al invitation to all of my customers to call
and inspect my large line of
Fall and Winter Goods,
ad I further wish to tender my heartfelt
thanks to them for the liberal support they
iave given me in the past, and trust that
1y past dealings with them have proven
satisfactory, and will make them better
::stomers, and gain others for mie.
S. A. Rigby,
Manning, S. C., Sep. 16, 1891.
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 ecmplaint
must be removed by Ayer's Sarsaparlilla, or
no permanent cure is possible. Try it.
C. W. Allen, Druggist, of Brunswick, Me.,
says: "I have never known Ayer's .Sarsa
parilla 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 by Dr. J.C. Ayer &Co., Lowel, fase.
Sold by alliDruggists. Price $1; six bottles, $5.
Worth $5 a bottle. -
-| Tennessee +: WagonS, |
(ONE AND TWO HORSE,)
ROAD CARTS, BUGGIES,
--FOR sALE nY
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.
Dr. H. BAER,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Foreign and
Domestic Chemicals, &c. Show cases of all
PERECT" lgee ATlSTflO
BRILLAN. iiii EATIC
SOUTH CAROLINA COLlGEE,
COLUMBiA, S. C.,
Opens September 29th. Entrance Exam
inations begin September 24th. Classical,
Literary, Scientific, and Law Courses. Thir
For further information address the Pres-t
idnt nA uE wnnnRnW.I
Next Door to Schwerin & Co.,
su-mter, S. C.
We take pleasure in alllotune
ing to the citizens of Manning
and Clarendon County, that
havingr returned from North
ern Markets, where we pur
-hased a stock of
That we will endeavor to sell
oods at as low figures as the
owest; we beg for a call and
nspection of goods and prices
before purchasing elsewhere.
which will be received fresh
WPure and unadulterated
Liquors for family uses.
Ihe Only Ezclaeive Caipet Eae in the City,
247 Xing St., Opposite Hasell,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
iad-iiri fOr all IIO~r C07viDi,
lUpholstering Goods and Draperies of
[HE MOST COMPLETE STOCK(IN THE STATE,
Brussels Carpet at our 75, i.5 an $:1 per
Velvet Carpet at $1.25, $1.40, and $1.50
yegran Carpet at at 50, 60, 70, and 90c.
emp Carpet at 20, 2512, a 30e yad
5c per yrd.
Cornic3 Poles at '25, 35, and 50c.
Full stock of Lace Curtains from 90c. to
Specialrattention given to all orders. We
ardrai t e ddaeaain, as our pices arete
sec. and Treas. Manager.
ro F. wVEENER.-- -L. H. QUInOLLo.
JOHN F. WERNER & CO.,
IROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
and Provision Dealers,
107 A~ND 1(9 EAsT BAY,
ND 2 QUENi STREET, CHARLEsTON, S. C
--Sole Agents for
Gamne Cock & Three Link Tobacco,
Patentees of the Celebrated
EIoney - WamiEleB.
Valk & Murdoch,
Charleston, S. C.,
Hand and Power.
Simple in Mechanism, and give be-tter
atifaction than any othe'r Press or , the
iii0ints Caio i deri 00 Cond0n5,
Vcaris, and allN Igns Dfnfny
*SEE these CELEBRATED PIANOS
before purchasing elsewhere.
NEW ENGLAND PIANO CO.,
Largest Producing Piano Factories THE KILLOUCH MUSIC CO.,
IN4 THE WORLD. FLORENCE, S. C.
_NT__HE__WOR L.Ceneral Representatives.
Estey Pianos anad Organs.
E STEY PIANOS, ESTEY ORGANS ARE MADE UPON HONOR, SOLD UPON
merit and are known the workl over. The Estey Organs have been manufactured
for forty-tive years and fully deserve the praise accorded by all who purchase them.
They are constructed to mijeet all requirements for Parlor, Church, Lodge, or School. They
can be purchased on easy terms of the KILLOUGH MUSIC COMPANY.
X-. 3P. aMaMP XL ao:01Kr.sAr_-.
C AUPENTFR ORGANS ARE FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT. SOLID
walnut cases neat in design. Varied combinations to suit all classes of music. The
E. P. Carpenter Company, Manufactr.rers, factory at Brattleboro, Vermont, have bad
muany years of experience and are fnlly responsible. They fnlly warrant all organs for
eight years. The Killough Music Company buy them in large quantities and sell them
wholesale or retail at lowest prices, quality considered. Write for catalogue and
The Wi111o-tigb._Mu.sic Compa21.
Oulv chartered music company in the State. We are jobbers and retailers, not dealers
who buy from jobbers. We want good agents and good customers throughout South and
North Carolina to confer with us before arranging elsewhere. Our prices are low, terms
reasonable, and quality of goods among the best that are manufactured. Note our spec
alties: Puaos.-Behr Bros., Estey, Ivers & Pond, New England. OGAs.-Estey,
Carpenter, Weaver, Farrand & Votey, Kimball.
Full five octave organ only $29.00. Seven and one-third octave piano only $198.00.
We ship from factory direct allowing fifteen days' test. Assume all freight charges in
nal settlement. Book and stool free. One price strictly, and we publish the price.
Send 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
monicas, Strings, Brass Band Instruments, which we buy direct from the manufacturers
mnd 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.
R W DRNT & Soi,
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.
Cavrriage ef "Wagon.E Material,
TBLE AND PoCr CUTLERY, GUS, PIsroLs, S m.s, AUm mi- ioN,
Tooms, ENGI FIXTuREs, PIPING, PUMPs, WooD AND
IRoN, CROcKERY, TINwARE, &c.
Beltinmmg, - Packin g. - Isaoing, - cfac.
COoK STOVEs, ALL WARRANTED. HEATING STOVES, ALL KINDS.
OI STOVEs FRoM 1.00 Up.
-Elarnes in 3Every "Variety.
R. W. DURANT & SON,
MAIN STREET, SUMTER, S. C.
LOUI S LOYNS,
General - Merchandise,
Manning, 8. 0.
I have laid in this season decidedly the largest stock of goods I
have ever carried, consisting of everything usually kept in a first
class General Merchandise Store, and I am selling at prices as low
as any Merchant can dispose of Goods of like quality.
Dry G-oocls. 8a~sc~~~~
I have an unusually full stock in ~hv vrkpadakfrol
ill kinds of ladies' dress goods, trim-tratobaleosllhegd.I
nings, walking jackets, shawls, fian- hv hmi l tlsadqaiis
2els, ladies' underwear, hosiery, etc.; bos headsiprfrmn
[do not attempt to enumerate the ldebygrs n h ais
lames of all these different goods, but
im satisfied that an inspection of this - 0
iepartment will please in both variety
td price. Our prices are as low as h r e s
he lowest. vr amrkostevleo
G-r oeries. SknHreClaitpanthos
This is something all are deeplyhaen suri;wipbdls
~oncerned in, and I make it a pointsadetcohn.
o keep such groceries as will please.
[ not only carry a regular line of ba
~on, flour, &c., but I have on hand a
2ice assortment of the best fancy gro
eries, cakes, crackers, French sar- otigingetvait, o l
lines, canned pears, and all such.
ry a can of grated pineapple, one ofieae, lsead odtos
;he most delicious dishes to be had ada rcst uteeyoy
Childen' uscf ina agevaitys.
tnee. ro $1.40 the best aflssot.to he
I hve ful uppy o re ad otsI ae everkete ansmkr mile, wit
seed, the best~tria to behd n oet sfn ciasle tosthey gods. obt
rnsh al ou farers ith he the m cn ciar sthland "Wold'is;
ice. Nw s te tmetoln. laies, ands girls "oad Queben.
I aEvugtry farmer nosevlo
nd sll thm I ill, f gha d-pn r-bttcs h k ee illbuge
akethe awy.Ioffrgod auefo wallonyspdgurnteeit me.ar
I am leasd to tateto t es li gel stsation.J.Th W Kp
LEOD i now ith me and i e re Cleare with sen his,
frensavr sectf upeio;whpyrdls
BRYAT & STRTTO oBinsoleg
Smoe en Sgar, CleBetn Ninkl gravary Sorl.
B.A JHSOsole Age, ais, an coniios
15 as a Catries S. suCevrboy
for Infants arc2 Children.
Caatriaussovenaaateatohfdrenthat Ca rim cues COls NUPStoagI,
Irecommenditasuperiortoazypreecriptioft KsO Worms, gives seep, and promwtot
known to me." H. A. Aznm, M. D.,
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. W- inuriou md at.
"The use of 'Castoria' il so Universal and "For several years I have recommene
Its merits so well known thao it seems n work yoC riably s ine
ofauero *on toendorie it Few areth doU StM1 0Yr~U5b
intelgnt Zlies who do not keep Castoria results."
witbin easy eGah." Eown'vF. PmAR D.1.,
CAIoI li r', D6ity. enWinthrop,"25thStreetandthAve.,
Late Pastor Bloomingdale Reformed Chuich. NewYork City.
TOZ CIM.rX CoMPASr, 77 Mtn.ay STazr. Naw YoRK.
ADGER SMYTH. F. J. PELZER, Special.Partner.
SMYTH & ADGER,
Factoirs and Commission Merchants,
NOrtiL Ata1iz-tic W -af,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
W. E. HOLMES. LELAND MOORE.
W. E. HOLMES & CO.,
White Lead and Colors,
Oils and Varnishes,
--Glass and Brushes,
Mill and Naval Store Supplies,
STREET -:- 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.
OTTO TIEDEMAN & SONS,
Wholesale Grocers and Provision Dealers,
172, 174, and 176 East Bay Street,
WM. SI-IEPPEJR.D &, CO.
ASORTMENT~,~n j~Gos t.
-OF- ~~ ~1 AT
Send for circulars
Tinware, ad price lists.
No. 232 Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
ESTABLISH ED 84
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.
il'"Repairs executed with pomptness and Dis-patch. Sendfor price lists.
East Bay, CDor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
PERCIVAL M'FG. CO.
~DOORS, : SASH, :AND : BINDS.,
874 to486 Meeting Street, CHARLESTON, s. C.
HENRY C. WOHLERS,
3ig Augpr and Red Agle Tobacca also 3ig Agpi ani King Eichri~ CigaL
No. 2 Meat a Specialty.
213 East Bay, CHARLESTON, S. C.
"Adamant" Wall Plaster
Best Xaterial for Walls an~d Ceilings Ever Put Be
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 machine made mortar,
containing no lime: it comes dry in bags ready to be used at any season by
mixing with water oniy. 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, EndirselIt,
and 300,000 buildings plastered within three years, is the only tistimonial
we need offer. For full particulars address the
SOUTHEASTERN PLASTER CO.,
gar-Also manufacturers and dealers in calcined plaster and Portlind cements.
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