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SUMTER SHOWS UP. '
din Array of lteliable Business Houses
ai Sumter That Ask for the Claren
a don Trade.
XBusiness men make it a matter of busi
gness to communicate with the people when
their stores are full of goods, and the great
-_er the conipetition the greater is the desire r
to inform the purchasing public of thei
wares and the inducements they may have I
to offer. Therefore the merchants and t
-other business men of the city of Sumter
lave selected the MAiNrNo TLmEs as a me
dium of communicating with our people,
and each merchant, knowing that a large I
patronage from this county reaches their I
city, is ccmpeting for the lion's share.
The Levi Brothers are pressing forward
with all their might, and they feel that they
are entitled to consideration from the peo
PiOfthis section. They enjoy a large and
,=r~ve patronage from the people of this
county, and in order to retain that much
g ppreciated patronage, they advertise their
and prices freely. Look up their
Sargedisplay advertisement in another col
" umn, and you will find that they carry an
'excellent stock, and they also quote you
J. EXTIENmO & SONS.
Mesrs. J. Ryttenberg & Sons have re
enlarged their already immense es
owbsment, and now they can boast of
ftrha'eng thelargest retail general merehan
dise store in the State. They employ a large
corps of experienced salesmen, and those
Visiting their store receivei polite and
prompt attention. This firm has been ca
toeing for the Clarendon trade for years,
*ad by their energetic efforts and judicious
'ng have succeeded in gaining a
patronage from this county. They
everything in the general mercantile
, and their goods are always handsome- I
' yed. They also have a dress-mak
ragdepartment, with experienced ladies in
- ===a sPkMi.
-The dry goods men are not the only ones
At look upon the Clarendon trade as a
'uscious plum worth reaching for. Belitzer
Spann deal exclusively in furniture,
decorationsand ornaments. They
an immense stock of furniture. Their
being so great their large store was
iot sufficient to hold it, they were compell
ed to erect a warehouse at the railroad
0bere they keep a large portion of their
gbods. These gentlemen can supply you
mikfurniture as cheap as you can get it
siywhere in the State, and their goods are
=33, WALSH & CO.
whes are necessities. The poor as well
rich must wear them, and the firm of
tWalsh & Co. have them kin large
ties and in all qualities and styles.
en go there and find the dainty bafl
slipper or the heavy plough boot, the
Aild~s soft and delicate tassle-trimmed
ae. or the old ladies' common sense
shoe. These gentlemen have only
en in business a few months and in this
space of tinie have made a reputation
that the older houses would envy. They
artise for the purpose of soliciting
eagd then make every effort to please
customers, hence the secret of their
. A. HOIT.
holiday season is near at hand, and
atrimonial season is always with us.
re, H. A. Hoyt, always on the look
have his stock of jewelry, watches,
and parlor ornaments complete, has
- y made considerable purchases inm
line, and is thoroughly prepared to
_ any article: that .would make a hand
present, or. delight the heart of the
asking bride. He has also attached
3ds store a first-class repairing depart
where all 'work is warranted.
3, W. DURANT a soN.
- of our readers that expect to go to
ing, or those that are already
asbprcan be supplied with stoves,
-utansell, cutlery all kinds, and
- ld wares at the old reliable
ofB. W. Dn~ant &Son. This firm
'well-known throughout this county, and
only ncesary to say that they have a
-plots stock and will sell at prices to
times. They also carry a well
af~e4stock of guns, shot, powder, sport
nuaterial of all kinds, and are the
krm in the city of Sumter that have a
osell pitl and cartridges. They1
am spc-t of farming implements,
22nd w11 sl these goods as low as any
- establishment in the State.
BRowS a PUEDY.
- onb of the handsome retail
gaa sments of this growing city is the
of Browns & Purdy. They carry a
-ureand well assorted stock of dry goods,
z'~ahng shoes, etc., and are making great
towards inducing the people of this
- mmunity to 'vist their store. Recently.
havUeY1 added to their business a dress
mnak'ng department, which they have*
<paeed in charge of ladies who have had
~-esrs 'of -experience in the fashionable
eiea Theykeep an excellant line of dress
with trimmings to match so that a
encn buy a dress from them and have
,innma up-in the latest style at their estab
Iinanst These gentlemen are heavy buy
hich makes it necessary for them to
hbeavy sellers, and in order to sell heavi
thyoffer inducements to the trade in
shape of low prices.
SWhen in Sumter and in want of a good]
~eaI don't fall to go to the Brunson house,
wrun by that polite and genial gentle
mm, Mr. R. M. Pitt.
w. n. so~s
<--nther one of Sumter's hardware stores
isatof W. B. Burns. He carries a large
and 'varied stock, and those contemplating
builing will do well to examine his stock
angethi* prices. He also carries a full
line of cutlery.
-BROWN a CHANDLRa~.
-The winter with its cold blasts is upon]
us, and everybody wants to see that his
~body is comfortable and warm, and at this
~- sason of the year work is often laid aside
~and-in its stead pleasure is sought, there
~fore, it is necessary that one should dress
with becoming taste and style. Brown &
Chnder clothiers, are perhaps as well
'prepared to furnish you with men's, youths',
and boys' clothing as any house in the State.
R Tey have a large store that is filled with
elothing. You can go into their store and
~buy a heavy suit that will keep out the]
winter's chilly air, and you can get from
them a suit for party, ball, reception, or,
treet dress. They are selling piles of)
e lothing, and they give fit and style their
special attention. They also carry a large
stock of hats and gent's furnishing goods, ,
so that a man, youth, or boy can go to them
an& supply himself with a complete outfit.3
-Tey are advertising overcoats at marvel
ously low prices.
'woLKovisEIE a CO.4
F or a good square meal, Wolkoviskie's
restaurant is hard to beat. They can fur
nish yo with anything you want to eat,
prepared by a first-class cook, under the
personal supervision of the proprietors.
- DUCEER & BULIMEN.
Ducker & Bultman, who are well-known
to our readers, have laid in their store a
very large stock of ail kinds of goods, and
are maintaining their reputation for selhing
-goods at competing prices. They have a
.full corps of gentlemanly salesmen, who
will give their patrons careful attention.
Tey carry as fine a stock of family and
X tation groceries as any house in the
casNDI~ZR, SHAw a co.
Chandler, Shaw & Co. have an elegantly
aranged clothing and gent's furnishing
goods establishment. They are prepared
tofurnishi all kinds of men's, youth's anid
boys' clothing as cheap as the cheapest.
They carry a well selected stock made by
Sthe most reliable manufacturers, and all
goods bo ht from them will be found as
<represente. They give special attention
totecut, fit, and style of all their clothing
and keep a tailor on hand to make any
.alterations that are necessary. Our readers
wil And these .gentlemen thoroughly
4w mong the greatest attractions to be seen I
K I Sumter is the jewelry store of i, WV.t
olsom. There you will see largC and
andsome cases tilled with watches, watch
aiins, rings, earrings, broaches, wntcl
,uarms, society badges, and as fine a line ol
Iverware as can be foundl anywhere. Tfi
isplay in this establishnicut is grand, ar
persons fond of the beautiful designs in
iechanisni it is exc..edingly attractjve
'hi, establishment also carries a tine linc
f work's of art hatidsomely mounted iv
rames of the latest patterns. Folsom'
welrv establishment is certainly one 01
he best equipped jewelry stores in tb
W. H. GI.LLAD & Co.
W. H. Gilliland & Co's. palace drug stort
s a large and enticing looking establish
aent, everything within it being arranget
n the most modern plan. The clerks ar
eatly uniformed in white, and they giv
he store the appearance of a store on ,
ashionable promenade in a large city
['hey carry everything in the drug an(
aedicine line, and fill prescriptions at al
ours, day or night. They also carry i
iandsome line of fancy articles, perfumery
ine soaps, and all kinds of toilet goods
arden seeds, cigars, tobacc:, and a full as
ortment of smoker's articles.
Another firm of young men recently es
ablished in Sumter who are making rapic
rogress in the mercantile line, are the De
;champs Brothers. They have over thei:
oor the traditional horse shoe, the embleu
>f good luck, and it is believed by the su
>erstitious that wherever a horse shoe ap
)ears over the door that is a safe place ti
nter, as luck follows those that pass be
meath it. These gentlemen carry an ele
'nt assortment of goods, and their shov
indows are always an attraction to pass
rg-by. In the short length of time the
ave been established they have built up
>v their manner of conducting business, i
rade that they have every reason to fee
E. E. REMBERT a CO.
E. E. Rembert & Co. are an enterprisin
irm of young men, brim full of energy, an(
though they have been established ix
'umter only a few months they are makini
spid strides in the commercial line. It
'ront of their store they have a sign whicI
ias its significance. It is a large hand witl
he index finger pointing at their competi
ors as if to say, "We are watching you:
very movement, and are determined tha
re shall not give way from the position w4
tssumed when we first flung our banner t<
he breeze." They carry a general stock
Lnd sell a large quantity of goods at whole
ale, and they are leaving nothing undono
o compete for the trade from this county.
wIN3BURN, THE PHOTOGRAPHER.
When we go to a large town we usuall:
go looking our best, and it is then that wha
ranity there is in us crops out, and we fee
ike a photograph of ourselves would not bi
miss. -Winburn is an artist of merit. Hi
ictures are finished in the latest style, an<
rhen in Sumter and wish to see yourselve:
is others see you go to him and have you
SUXTER BRANCH CHERAW IRON WORTs.
Owners of cotton gins, saw mills, ani
>her machinery, it is needless for you to g<
mundreds of miles away when in need o
nything in the machinery line. The Che
aw 1ron Works, a home institution, has es
ablished a branch in Sumter in charge o
dr. Bloom, a thorough business man, wh<
rill take pleasure in sending estimates oz
>n all machinery, belting, oils, &c. Writ
o him for estimates and prices.
- EASN's FANCY GROCERY.
The man or woman that is fond of some
hing good to eat, and the housewife tha
rants to set a nice and attractive table, cm
ind all the necessary articles at Kahn's fan
-y grocery store. This store carries thi
iicest line of family groceries that can bi
bund anywhere. They make a specialty o
uch articles for table use that are not usu
mly handled in general stores. If a famil:
as company and wants to give them re
reshments, go or send to Kahn's, and he
nl supply you with anything in the lin
>f delicacies, fruits, nuts, &c. This store i:
iso headquarters for Tenney's celebratei
:andies, the finest in the land.
The livery and sale stables of Horaci
Iarby are full of horses and mules, just re
eived direct from the horse markets of th:
West. Mr. Harby is a large buyer, and a]
is stock is bought by car loads. He alsa
reeps a complete line of carriages, buggies
arts, and wagons, and any one in need o
mything in this line will do well to giv,
uim a call.
[Eingstree Record, Kocember 4, 1891.]
Five convicts were carried to the peniten
;iary from this county Monday evenini
Thomas James, a negro boy aged 7 years
ias accidentally killed in the White Oa]
eighborhood on the 30th ult. He wa
Irivg an ox in a cart when the animal rar
sway and he was thrown out against
stump and his head crushed, 'which cause<
is instant death. There were two othe
imaller children in the cart, but they es
aped without injury.
The storehouse and its contents, belong
ng to Mr, H. B. Lee, of Florence county
iere destroyed by fire between one anc
'o o'clock on Sunday morning last. Wher
Er. Lee discovered the fire the house wa.
aif consumed, and the door to the buildinj
>pen. It is believed that the store was firs
obbed and then set on fire. The loss is
seavy one, but we have not learned the val
ie of the property destroyed.
BUCKTEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts
ruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feve:
,ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
iorns, and all skin eruptions, and positive
y cres piles or no pay required. It i:
nuaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, o:
noney refunded. Price 25 cents per box
Eor sale by J. G. Dinkins & Co.
TARANTEED CURE FOR LA GRIPPE
We authorize our advertised druggists t<
sell you Dr. King's New Discovery for con
mmption, coughs and colds, upon this con
lition. If you are afficted with la grippi
md will use this remedy according to direc
;ions, giving it a fair trial, and experiene
so benefit, you may return the bottle and
save your money refunded. We make thi:
>ffer because of the wonderful success o
r. King's New Discovery during last sea
son's epidemic. Have heard of no case ii
s'hich it failed. Try it. Trial bottles free
it J. G. Dinkins & Co.'s drug store. Large
dze 0c. and $1.
Good looks are more than skin deep, de
~ending upon a healthy conditio-s of all th<
iital organs.. If the liver be inactive, yoi
rave a biliouis look, if your stomach be dis
>rdered you have a dyspeptic look, andi
ou kidneys be affected you have a pinche<
ook. Secure good health and yon will havy
;ood looks. Electric Bitters is the grea
terative and tonic, acts directly on, thesa
rital organs. Cures pimples, blotches, boils
md gives a good complexion. Sold at Din
dins & Co.'s drug store, 50c. per bottle..
There is no more fruitful source of dis
sase than vitiated blood. It involves ever:
>ran and function of the body, and if no
m'mediately corrected by the use of Ayer'
arsaparilla, sooner or later leads to fha
'esults. Be warned in time.
Rev. Wt. WV. Mood.
A certain dignified reverened gentlemara
>f this city has weighed. A beautiful scales
he latest improvements attached, attractec
is attention. He had not weighed it
ifteen years. "Will you be kind
tnough to weigh me ?" "Certainly
ir." The weigher remarked it is
leception for a gentleman to fill his ha1
s'ith bricks, and his pocket with solid shol
mnd then step upon the scales. The gen
leman replied. "I intend to weigh fair, sc
iere is my hat and walking stick. Wit)
hem I'll weigh ninty-nine pounds." He was
r'eighed hatless and stickless. His weight
ms a fraction over nmnty-eight.--Sumntes
Watchman and bouthron.
Hall's Hair Renewer enjoys a world-wide
'eputation for restoring the hair to bali
Leads and changing gray hair to the origi
sal color of youth.
The combination of ingredients found iti
Lyer's Pills renders them tonic and curative
s well as cathartic. For this reason they
re the best medicine for people of costive
mabit, as they restore the natural action of
1,e boae without debilitating.
Lectures His Devoted Foloivers on Loy<
*Berlubbed Breddern an' Sistern:
Libin oui Iilb miia y Le all rite befoi
de guilty parl ies has lerpet rated iII
rimonv, but after day ias uloue b<
come one de young folks once in
while has ter resort ter pie en co
bread. A long engagement-wbic
mout be called a slow match-has ii
advantages after all.
I don't berleeb in .bein' married i
a hurry. Stave it off fer a few year
anvhow. De longer you kecp u
courtin', de longer wedded life wi
be invested for you wid all de coloi
ob de rainbow, which orter wear i
long as life lasts, but which am n(
always de kase.
When is a young man makin'lub al
yit not makin'lub? Gib it up? Whe
he is pressin' his suit. Heah! Heal
No direcshuns kin be imparte
about fallin' in lub. Some men lul
short, fat wimmin, while some perfe,
dem what's lank an' lean. In de lan
widge ob de inspired Psalmist: "Be
ter to hab lubbed a short girl da
nebber ter hab lubbed at all."
De lub what begins in a stable ai
mighty apt ter be unstable, as we a
read erbout in de Moroseeny case i
New York, whar de darter ob a mil
yunare eloped wid de coachman.
Lub am one ob de great institi
shuns ob dis kentry. When a ma
am in lub, and is engaged in payi:
his address ter de apple barrel ob h
anticipashun, he feels es if a pink a
gel was haulin' him down a rainbo
wid a piece ob chain lightnin' rigl
inter a tub full ob honey.
My feller laborer in de Lawd
vineyard, de Reberend Sam Jon(
says, "Dat next ter a pretty woman
lubs a fast hoss." Dat wasn't de we
it was wid yo' berlubbed pastur in d
hay-day ob his early manhood, whe
he was in de courtin' business.
don't indorse no sich sentiment i
dat-"next ter a purty woman I lab
fast hoss." I ginerally wanted ter I
next ter her mse'f.
Sometimes lub which results i
matrimony am a plum failure. In d
langwidge ob de great 'postle ob d
Gentiles, "Lub is a feller swappin' o
a peck ob trubble fer a pint ob hal
Hit's rough on a new-married ma
ter make de diskivery befo' de hone'
moon is half over dat his fust biznei
engagement oughter be ter cowhid
de minister who done married hit
yit dat am frequently de case. Cupi
may be blind, but he berry often ri
covers his sight a couple ob weel
after its eberlastingly too late.
I does not pretend ter gib de win
men folks any advice about marriage
but after I has thunk de subject obi
keerfully, my advice is dat dey shoul
marry when dey gits a chance. An
while I denounces de doxology at
de hat is bei' past, de quire will sin
"Lub in a hut wid water and crust
Is-lub, please forgibus-nuffin but ashe
cinders, and dust.
seek, and which bi
few are indifferent to, no matteri
what form it presents itself. TI
word "pecuniary," which is often use
1in speaking of a man's riches, comi
from the Latin word pecus, whic
Smeans, cattle, and shows that former:
a man's wealth was reckoned by tI
cattle he possessed. Abraham is sai
to have been "very rich in cattle,i
silver, and in gold." But no matt<
in what a man's riches may coneli
it is all vanity and vexation of spiri
unless in connection therewith he he
health. Emerson fully understoc
this when he said "The first wealth:
health," and we have no doubt if I
had known the virtues of S. S. S. thi
he would have recommended its ui
to all persons suffering from the di:
eases for which it is recommended.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseasi
mailed free SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
The Worst Cough
Is relieved by the use c'~ Aver's Cherry Pee
-toral. But don't delay till the bronchial
tubes are infiamed and the lungs congested.
Prompt use insures rapid cure. L. D.
Bixley, of Bartonville, Vt., writes: "Four
years ago I took a severe cold, which wa
followed by a terrible cough. I was con
fined to my bed about four months. My
physician finally said I was in Consumption,
-and that he could not help me. One of my
neighbors advised me to try Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. I did so, and was well before I
had finished taking the first bottle. Ever
since then my health has been good."
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by Dr.J. C. Ayer & Co., ILowell, Mass.
sold by allDrugglse. Price $1; six bottles, $5.
About Tuesday, Novembe
3rd, another car horses.
Next Door to Schwerin & Co.,
>t We take pleasure in annotinc
a ing to the citizens of Manning
and Clarendon County, that
:d having returne( from North
s ern Markets, where we pur
chased a stock of
n Cigars, Liquors
i That we will endeavor to sell
Igoods at as low figures as the
it lowest; we beg for a call and
s inspection of goods and prices
before purchasing elsewhere.
which will be received fresh
, WPure and unadulterated
. Liquors for family uses.
G GRAND ANNOUNCEMENT
'~Th~ Only helmzin Caet Houze in th City,
247 King St., Opposite Hasell,
LS CHARLESTON, S. C.
S Iea- Eiirl I~ all IlO~r C0?vrgi,
~Upholstering Goods and Draperies of
* THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN THE STATE.
Brassels Carpet at our 7p ci, and$:1 per
aVelvet Carpet at $1.25, $1.40, and $1.50
pnern Carpet at at 50, 60, 70, and 90c.
Hpe Crpet at 20, 25, 1n 200c per yard.
Window bhades at 50 75, $100 and up.
Cornic2 Poles at 25, 35, and 50c.
Full stock of Lace Curtains from 90c. to
S1Specia eattention given to all orders. We
order is to come ain, as our prices are the
M, t OWERS, H. M, ALEfR,
_ Sec. and Treas. Manager.
JonN F.~ WENER.- -1L. H. QtrnoM..
JOHN F. WERNER & CO,,
GROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
and Provision Dealers.
167 AND 109 EAST BAY,
A~N 2 QUEEN STEET, CHARLESToN, S. C
--sole Agents for
Game Cock & Three Link Tobacco,
Patentees of the Celebrated
monaey - Tnens
Dr. H. BAER,
CH AR LEST ON, S. C.
Dealer inh Drags Medicines, Foreign and
NEW HOUSE. 17 LARGE AND COM
N fortable roomsnicely frni.hed seiof
henarkExcelent table, supplied wth est
ed to depot and the business part of town.
rMus er 0. BUraS Prmp.
LreSEE these CELEBRATED PIANOS
before purchasing elsewhere.
NEW ENGLAND PIANO CO.,
Largest Producing Piano KILLOUCH MUSIC CO.,
IN THE WORLD. FLORENCE, S. C.
Estey 1=>ianos ad. organs
E TEY PIANOS, ESTEY O.GANS ARE MADE UPON HONOR, SOLD GP
merit and are known the world over. The Estey Organs have been manufactu
for forty-five years and fully deserve the praise accorded by all who purchase th<
They are constructed to meet all requirements for Parlor, Church, Lodge, or School. T,
can be purchased on easy terms ol the KILLOUGH MUSIC COMPANY.
30. 3P. CARMP.EE ir"EiLR OFAA
C ARPENTFR ORGANS ARL FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT. SO
walnut cases neat in design. Varied combinations to suit all classes of music. ']
E. P. Carpenter Company, Manufacturers, factory at Brattleboro, Vermont, have I
many years of experience and are fully responsible. They fully warrant all organs
eight years. The Killough Music Company buy them in large quantities and sell th
wholesale or retail at lowest prices, quality considered. Write for catalogue i
Do You Know ?
T HE KILLOUGH MUSIC COMPANY are growing, business increasing, territ
T extending, new branches and agencies being established.
Buy direct. Sell direct. One price. Lowest price. Ship on approval. Assu
freights. Have satisfied customers or none.
BEHR BROS. CARPENTER.
NEW ENGLAND. WEAVAR.
Holidays are approaching. Make your home happy. We want to send you compl
catalogue and full information free. We sell everything in the music line.
p0Write now to THE KILLOUGH MUSIC COMPANY, Florence, S. C
HAR D W AR E.
R. W. DURANT & Sea
Offer a full line of goods
For Household, Plantation, and Mechai
We buy largely for cash and sell close. Prettiest a
largest stock outside of the large cities.
Cjarriage 66 XTagon. Materia:
TABLE AND PoCKEr CUTLERY, GuNS, PisTous, SHELs, AMUNrrION,
Toois, ENGINE FIXTURES, PIINnG, PUMPS, WooD AND
IRoN, CRoCKERY, TINWARE, &c.
3eltinig, - PtacI-i g. - Lacing, -
Co6 STOVES, ALL WARRANTED. HEATNG STOVES, ALL KINDS.
OI SToVES FRoM 1.00 Up.
"Eharness in 32rery "V'ariety.
R. W. DURANT & SON,
MATN STREET, SUMTER. S. C.
General - Merchandise
Manning, S. C.
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 Gcods. SbLC0f * c
I have an unusually full stock in I have eve kept a sor oni
all kinds of ladies' dress goods, trim- trial to be able to sell the goods.
mings, walking jackets, shawls, flan- have them in all styles and qualiti
nels, ladies' underwear, hosiery, etc.; boots, shoes, and slippers, for m
I do not attempt to enumerate the ladies, boys, girls, and the babies.
names of all these different goods, but
am satisfied that an inspection of this
department will please in both variety
and price. Our prices are as low as 13arness.
the lowest. Every farmer knows the value
-00- good harness. I keep it, for bugg
and wagons, and guarantee my h
ness to give satisfaction. The K
G -rocer ieS. Skin Horse Collar, with patent hoc
This is something all are deeply have no superior; whips, brid]
concerned in, and I roake it a point
to keep such groceries as will please.
I not only carry a regular line of ba
con, flour, &c., but I have on hand a
nice assortment of the best fancy gro
ceries, cakes, crackers, french sar- Clothin in great variety, for
dines, canned pears, and all such.
Try a can of grated pineapple, one of sndes ag ce s and c oi
the most delicious dishes to be had Children's suits in a large variety
anywhere. from $1.40 up for a full suit.
YI have Ceter C kpARS AND TOBACCO.
I have a full supply of rye and oats I can make the smokers smile, w
seed, the best to be b.d, and hope to as fine cigars as they wish. No b
furnish all our farmers with their ter 5-cent cigrar than the "Worl,
seed. Now is the time to plant. Fair" and the "Royal Queen."
I have bought my Goods to sell
And sell them I will, if hard-pan, rock-bottom, cash prices will
take them away. I offer good value for all money spent with me.
ISam pleased to state to the public generally that Mr. J. o c
LEOD is now with me, and will take great pleasre in serving his
ins. Ve sesetclonhand
I ho ou1Pati nst t . a
sizes aecassises, anconitions ~Ctlg
an at rites to suteryo
Smoeen Sear hildests inkl Sear Soret
any.er A.frHNO o m Agent, fo Manig S.l si.
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I1hav Eaugt my Goodlston sell
DN for Infants and Children.
u. ,oastoria issowelladaptedtocdrenthat Caricolic, opon,
iey I recommend itasuperiortzzype-k~ptin Su Stomach, Diarrhma. &cUton
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promote dl
__ known to me." H. A. Ascm, X. D4, gestion,
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. W itou ijurious medicatin
,ID nn A" For svralYmIhv recommene
ID "The use of ' Castoria'I is so univesl an "o eeiyasIhv eomne
'he its merits so well known that it seemis awork Jour, Castoria, I and shall always continue to
tad ofsuperero Wton toenldorse it. Few are the dOso as ithas invariably prodifoad benecda1
for intell gent milles who do not keep Castoria EIF.iE,.D
em witba eaw rec EDI V..1 PAVZ .
CAnos A D "The Winthrop,"125th Street and 7thAve,
Ud New York - eworyCty
Late Pastor Bloomingdale Beformed Church. N k
TuM CzarNrn CoMrAT, '7 MURRr STRT, New YomE.
ADGER SMYTH.- F. J. PELZER, Special Partner.
SMYTH & ADGER,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
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,
1- STREET LAMPS -:- AND -:- LANTERNS -:-'OF -:- ALL -:-KINDS.
OFFICE 207 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
d OTTO F. WIETERS,
Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Licuors and Cigars,
No. 121 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
OTTO TIEDEMAN & SONS,
Wholesale Grocers and Provision Dealers,
172, 174, and 176 East Bay Street,
.CH AR E~s T lT. . C.
WM. SHEPPERD & 0O.
LARGE j II
Fine 0k toves L oweat .9ving him,~
Send for eirculars
Tinware, and price lists.
No. 232 Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers, Saw
Mill Machinery, Cotton Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steam
boat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
so1?epairs executed with promptness and Dispatch. Sendfor price lists.
East Bay, Cor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
PERCIVAL M'FG. CO.
Lp :DOORS, SASH,: AND :BLIN S
es, 8-74 to 486 Meeting street, CHARLESTON, S. C.
HENRY 0. WOHLERS,
all Pr ov ision :De aler.-~
ns8, -AGENT FOR
'at ig Aagpr aad Red Apple Tobacco. also Big Augor ad Sing Richard Cigus.
No. 2 Meat a Specialty.
213 East Bay, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Best Material for Walls ancl 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 hime: it comes dry mn bags ready to be used at any season by
mixing.with water only. Anyv mason can apply it: bursting pipes or leaky
roofs will not effect it. It's the best k-nown fire resisting- material in the
world, and it is impervious to disease germs.
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