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L1 ANN TMas.~
- tLeks Like Cleveland.
Our Republican contemporaries are
hard to please. Whben Mr. Cleveland
ee-liued, for obvious reasons, to take
part in the campaign they denounced
Whim for his cowardice. When he was
t4enderd a reception by his neighbors
Sanawich, Massachusetts, they de
tIared that he was trying to make
lz pohtical capital for himself. When
She staid at home, wrote no letters, and
made no speeches in the Congessional
Ke~ampaign last year, they said that he
was a mean, contemptible political in
grate and self-seeker. And now they
arehoviing at him because he took
part in th~e recent contest in New
.--York and saved that State, by his
.high example and earnest counsel, to
ihe Democratic party. The Boston
J[ral is particularly stupid in its
criticism of Mr.Cleveland and the part
i played in the New York campaign
ad eclares that "he is only a piece
$:o 1ery ordinary humanity" and that
be was willing, even eager, to dis
- the great office which he had
ain oderto purchase thQ favor of
h deaed and. dangerous pol
organization on the continent."
veland did not obtain by fraud
office whichhe held, and he did
bIlittle it while he held it. As
_ lwh can bg said for hi s~uccessor
uthat Mr. Cleve
E: -, q - ueLrue ta r
"is only a pieQe.of very. ordinary.
wajsi," the fact should not disturb
But-we hope that it will
in its campain of billings
The people of the United States
rleveland for the enemies he
isiade-Nem and Courier.
'Tol a Makes a 'oeid Governor.
Bro&li H. Browne, of the Christ
SNighbor, believes in giving
; to whom honor is due."
of Governor Tillman, he
Probably no governor of
ou Carolina has everbeen watched
a 7-utinized as- closely as R RL
b'as been since his inaugura
on. He has, however, pursued an
nu ifheh more and more satis
.that he, understands
y ayre tives and en
discha the !ormer and
usly exercise the latter.
wesiations of State institm
CiAuding the*Citadel Academy,
, , dale andl his exercise of
power meets with gen
So farhe he has made
Big Crop & Old Maids.
ig crop of. old maids seems im
judging from statistics. If
itaie"s of Gre Britain are cor
excess of women and girls
-r.nen and boys in that country is
900,000, an increase in ten years
200,00. tn Gerinany the.
o f females in excess of males.
- a~L1,000,00Q. In Sweden and
the "weaker sex" is in the ma
*about 250,000; in Austro
S kl.by 600,000; and in Denmark
nuadeand Austratlia the males are in
~e'*mqrit. In thin country there
abo 1,000,000 more men than
- ev. P~ak-lak om Niotorlety.
t~onble wif a good many prom
in,4eah breddern, is dat dey
jeteriety for fame, and de
dey- make as dey strut
ou lik*.ovrerted turkey cocks am
~ao~m~mb' at observin' people doan'
kydeecmic papersVen de
SBother -Japkz "I; asked Virginia
rwto marry me, and she said
.togeta discrepancy in
Bitr How old in Virginia?"'
Bro: !"Twenty-thrse :
~asf"And you're 19. So just
y all ya4d yonVi both be 21."
6p t o~ A C.etei Planters and
- ess Aes~Ier Sprunt &L Son, ootton
o.prtrfiing~ton, s'ent out the fol
~lwneircuar last week;
riev wetiandt starsy
w a?~entof 16ir frentis'in
anterior to the most important matter of
for wotton to be held or handled
he WintE? months. It will be re
~ m~rdthat a lgepart of last season's
-hldn .~rere nmerchantableand
-Cwg~s by previous exposure to the
~'weather in open fields or under the eaves
o gttsouges, either from indifference or
~ with the'unworthy purpose of adding to
'tewih by moisture. and thereby in
~/a~ its imirketable value. Many ex
~portera of cotton were thus deceived, and
~'madesech heavy losses from damage and
off in weights that it is their fied,
nto utterly refuse cotton which
Iinot 'Ienproperly housed -this
~ Our purpose is toshow.that -such care
lessness reacts upon the planter. Many
.cnt~slast spring appar-.
~ andlin' g'od condition, were
found, upon examination bythe testing
rod, to be utryrotten and vaueless. In
one in4 ee ba . .apparently dry cotton
yeighing64n'pounds, was opened for ex
amination and found to contain 550 pounds
erofrottinag cotton, which was sold for about
1 cent a pound. Many other similar cases
could be ,quoted, but this will suffice to
justify the warning that a planter or mer
'-bcant whq risks his cotton out of doors in
a4t4 is likelyMtg suffer serious con
-speSin heavy-allowances for dam
age or the utter rejection of the cotton as
The Toledo Weekly Blade and Campaign
- Te Toledo Weekly Blade, the most
rominent Republican weekly published,
a th..only political weekly newspaper in
thee United States that is edited with
speial reference. to circulation in every
pitot the Union. It has subscribers in
everyt State, teritorey and nearly every
-oanyof the.United.States, It has always
abo4100,0(Wan*pribe. and during a
su~i~t~ P poh tcal pate
Asidefrg poljies-it is a, favorite
fail liazing-more and .better
-~t1can be affordedb papers
smal n. eria an Short.
i WR aat Humor, Poetry,-.Camp-fire
(Sca4ie's),,Pirai Stu m SChool Lessons,
NuaeSezuicon Young Folke, Poultry,
Pa~nlsH ~o8,(best ithe world),
neerto1gorrespondents, et, ,etc. Only
O Dla ayear, Send postal to The
Dade. Tol~o Ohie, for a free specimen
e;Askfa'lso, for. codfidential terms to
a O.Want o .easily earn a few
'Eb Lad3 Godiva must hagehad excep
eOpceon ncAysesHai Vgor came
inise such examples are not so rare as for
inl.It not only promotes the growth of
t hau givet rich, silken textnre.
MRS S. A. NETrLES.
CumsMTMAs GmIVIa.-SLTLY steal
along the frostv air of winter, brin,
iug with it the desire to commenc
the waling of gifts for those, dea
ones who will surely think of us o
Christmas day. There is no need t
remind ourselves that last Christma
we promised to make a very early bx
ginning this year, for did not th
chiming of the midnight bells on las
Christmas Eve find us with still a fei
final stitches to be taken? As soon a
the holiday interest has been awakene
by the reflection that the season is fa.
approaching, we devote much careft
thought to deciding what presents wi
be most appropriate to the needs c
tastes of the friends and relatior
whom we wish to remember.
There can be no doubt that a certai
sum of money will make a much mor
substantial showing when the gifl
are to be made up at home than whe
they are to be purchased already pr(
pared; and it is equally certain the
there is economy in making seven
articles alike when they are destine
for recipients in different homes. Th
loving thought represented by eac
token of rememberance should an
usually does far outweigh the intrinsi
value of the article; but even whe
only a very simple gift can be afforde<
it is always possible to choose som
thing that shall be either useful or oi
namental and shall have no suggestio
of cheapness in its appearance.
A number of inexpensive and easi]
made gifts are described below, an
the general woman who has many t
think of and not a very generous si
at her disposal will find among thez
an assortment of, dainty articles e3
aitly-suited ito her needs.,
FOR DUSTING CARVED furniture
painter's brush with moderately sti
bristles is to be preferred to a feathe
duster, which is too soft when new t
remove the dust from the smooth it
terstices, and when somewhat worn i
too harsh for the purpose. Highl
polished sarfaces should be duste
with an old silk handkerchief. Whe
blue mould gathers on a piano o
any other smoothly polished furni
ture, it.may be removed by rubbix4
with a wello, moistene4 chamoi
When necessary a polish composed c
one-third crude oil and two-third
olive oil may be applied upon furni
ture with a cotton cloth.
A.-am .oamoRT rather than. c
splendor should first impress th
stranger on entering a house. Thi
is not to be attained by means of ric1
and correct furnishing alone, for with
out substantial evidences of woman'
kindly and refining presence no out
lay of money will suffice to transforr
a mere house into a sweet home. I
touch of color supplied by a fes
pieces of dainty fancy-work, a grou]
of nicely mounted photographs, or i
grace'ful vase or two filled with fresl
flowers, will slo mnpre. to make a roor
attractive 'tian the highest achieve
ments of the cabinet-maker's, upho]
sterers, and decorator's arts. In shori
cuntess minor details must be per
sonally considered by the feminin
head of the house in order to make;
,oom-otable home; and above al
must she eultivate a graceful manne
in dispensing her hospitality, that he
guest may enter her gates with pleas
ure, and depart from them with re
FOnaMNG SaucE.-Beat the whites c
two eggs to a foam, but do not mak
them stif. Stir in a cupful of pow
dered sugar and a table-spoonful o
lemon juice or a very small wine
glassful of sherry, if wine is approved
and lastly pour slowly in a cupful o
boiling milk, stirring continuall;
while pouring. This sauce .is bette:
if served immediately.
Rouis Rumns. - Mr. Cb~rle
Lawrence, of Ashland, Nebraska, de
sires that suferersfrom Rheuritis
should know his experience with S;.
S. and writes under date of July 2l
1891, that he was a great suffere
from acute rheumatism for more thai
six months. He had quite a numbe
of physicians to treat him, and als<
took other medicines, without an:
permanent benefit. A friend tok(
him to try S. S. S. He did so, and
used only four bottles, which cured
him sound and welL. He recomn
mends it to all who suffer from rheu
matism. Rheumatism has been con
eded to be a trouble in the blood
and we have numbers of reports fron
the most reliable people in the coun
try that -it has cured the most aggra
vated cases. We certainly recomn
mend every sfferer to send for o:
treatise on blood and skin diseases
which will be mailed free. Address
SWIFT SPECIFIC C0., Atlanta, Ga.
The G~rant Monument.
The Grant monument association o
New York are putting the $154,00
they have got on hand into the foun
dations of the monument they meant<
build, on theexpectation that when thi
first story is finished the -money wil
come .pouring in. Secretary Richar<
T. Greener says their most importan
means of raising funds~in future will be
the sale of alithographof the propose<
structure in s'eventeen colors and thre<
several views. They only want abou
$400,000, or perhaps half a millioi
more, and it will be easy to raise tha
by selling a chromo, of course.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Catoria,
when she was aChld, she cried for Catoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Caatr
Boils,carbuncles, and other skin eruption:
indicate that the system is endeavoring to re
ject poisonous acids, and that Ayer's Sarsa
parilla is imperatively nheded. It is the mos
reliable of all blood medicines. Ask you:
druggist for it, and take no other.
An Ohio lady was so frightened by a snake
that her glossy black hair turned white as
snow. It was soon returned to its origina
color by Hall's Hair Renewer.
An exchange says it is a well estab
lished principle of economics that th<
young man who would get up with
the sun should not stay up later that
10 'clock with the daughter.
r4,j~l4)~m1'y pens'ettr or tiSate.
Mr, A. G. Flowers, who entered the Inter
State type-setting contest at tiedidwont.
Exposition. Atlanta. Ga, retnrnetd on
Monday nigit, the. winner of the seconidl
I prize $125.00. There weo tw-nty -two
entries from all over the South. al Of whomi
staved in the race to the close. lIe is un
doubtedly the fashtest. type-sctter in1 this
Sitate, if not in the South, and with equal
chances would have won the first prize in
the. contest. As it wae he was a close
second in a contest in a style of contpj)oL
tion with which iie was totally unfamiliar,
against others who were accustomed to the
e work. On straight newspaper work he
t will set more type, correct, and distribute,
7 in ten hours than any man of whom we
* Gilbert Flowers has been working at the
case since he was nine years old, with the
t exception of abcut eighteen months or two
L years, and is now in his twenty-second
year. He has been with this office all that
time, except about a year and a half, during
r which time he worked in Barnwell and on
s the State work in the Register office,
The Watchman and Southron naturally
feels proud in having the champion type
e setter in the State on its force, and more
s especially as he has had no training other
a than that received in this office.
Sumter's game cock his Another occasion
to crow for Sumter always gets there, and
the Watchman and Southron does not lag
I behnd the procession.-Watchman and
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for'cuts,
3 bruises, sores, ulcers, salt- rheum, fevor
a sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
a corns, andall skin eruptions, and positive
ly cures piles or no pay required. It is
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
lington, Ohio, states that he had been under
the care of two prominent physicians, and
D 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, co'ghs, and colds, and at
that time was not able to. walk across the
street without resting. He found, iefore he
E had used half cf a dollar bottle, that he was
f much better; he continued to use it and is
r 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
r tion. All who have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise.-A parer
medicine does not exist, and it is guaranteed
to do all-thAt is claimed. Electric aitters.
.wi lcure all disees .of the liver and kid
niys, willrremove pimples, boils, salt rbeum,
and other affections caused by impure
blood.-Will drive malaria from the system
and prevent as well as cure all malarial fe
vers.-For cre of headache, constipation,
and indigestion try Electric Bitters.-Entire
f satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
Price 50c. and $1 per bottle at J. G. 'Dinkins
& Co.'s drug store.
No Chance There.
Dasher: "Clara, dear, will you be
- my wife?"
IClara: "Have you. asked mamma?"
L Dasher: "Yes. But she won't have
-Health and Happiness come to all who
persistently use Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This
- powerful alterative effects in the system a
change that seems little short of miraculous.
-No medicine has been in such universal
demnand for years. Giveit a trial.
ty, want of ajpetlge, depressin of spirits,
and lassitude, will-ase Ayer'aSarsaparilla.L
am confldent a cure will result, for I have
Sused li, and speak from experience. It IS
- by far the .best remedy I ever lus?
-F. 0. LoringBrockton, Mass.
Soldby al 880%"-Pric$1;six bottleue,.
f Worth $5 a bottle. -
About Tuesday, November
3rd, another car~ horses.
Sumter, S. C., Oct. 29,' 1891.
L. W. FOL~SOM,
- Sign of the Big Watch, -
SUMTER, S. C.
-- B IG
+ Watches, Diamonds,+mi
- STERLING SILVER, CLOCKS, -
Optical Goods, Fine Knives, Scissors and
Razors, bMachine Needles, Etc.
S. A. NettieR will insure bales of cotton
for thei full .aluea at a low- premiunm .
Next Door to Schwerin & Co.,
suTXXXrter, 0a. 40.
We take pleasure in announe
ing to the citizens of Manning
and Clarendon County, that.
havg returned from North
eri Marets, where we pur
chaed-a stock of
" , Oba OC S.
That we will endeavor to sell
goods at as low figures as the
lowest; we beg for a call and
inspection of goods and prices
before purchasing elsewhere.
which will be received fresh
W Pure and unadulterated
Liquors for family uses.
h Only hecluive Cazet Ho in th City,
2417 King St., Opposite Hasell,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
lea -urirl for all 000 C0vrin~i,
Upholstering Goods and Draperies of
HE MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN THE STATE.
Brssels Crpet at our 7sp 85 an S1 per
Vaelvet Carpet at $1.25, $1.40, and $1.50
perain Carpet at at 50, 60, 70, and 90c.
emp Carpet at 20, o5,1 d0. pe2yrd
Rug at 75 $1.25,aS2.0, $2.50, toS9 each.
Cornic Poles at 25. 35, and 50c.
Full stock of Lace Curtains from,90c. to
1500pelattetion given to all orders. We
deri to come acain, asour prices are the
K.,L PW~U, I, K. W! R,
Sec. and Treas. Manager.
JoN F. wEEuN.-- --L. H. QumoLwo.
JOHN F. WEMkER & CO.,
6OCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
and Provision Dealers.
167 A.o 169 EAsT BAY,
Ao2 QUEEN sTREE, CHARLEsTON, S. C
--Sole Agents for
Ganuj~osk & ,Thr1. ipk:TObasse,
Patentees of the Celebrated
"E En.ey - WanmeB.
Dr. H. BAER,
CH A RLEST ON, S. C.
Deale tin Drugs Meicines, Foreign and
N EW HOUSE. 17 LARGE AND CoM-.
ewforta>le roons, nicely fuirn i se wit
uest.a.kExcellent table, supplied wth best
d to depot and the business part of town.
Terms reasonable.M TAS.rn
SEE these CELEBRATED PIANO$
before purchasing elsewher.
'I EW ENGLAND PIANO CO.,
LAMrc.Producg PiarA jFactorlem THE KILLOUCH MUSIC CO.9
IM THE WO0RLD. FLORENCE, S. C.
~tey Pianos anicl Organas.
E STEY PIANOS, E-STEY ORGANS ARE M.DE UPON HONOR, SOLD UPON
merit and are known the world over. The Esteay Organs have bei-n manufactureu
for forty-five years and fully deserve the praise accorded by a1l who purchase them.
They are constructed to nieet all requirements tor Parlor, Church, Lodge, or School. They
can be purchased on easy terms of the KILLOUGH MUSIC COMPANY.
-3. 3P. CARFEAX=L3nMCOMPA0Z
-1ARPENTFR ORGANS ARE FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT. SOLID
walnut cases neat in design. Varied conibinations to suit all classes of music. The
E. P. Carpenter Company, Manufacturers, factory at Brattleboro, Vermont, have bad
many years of experience and are fully responsible. They fully warrant all organs for
eight years. The Killough Music Company buy them in large quantities and sell thenI
wholesale or retail at lowest prices, quality considered. Write for catilogue and
Do You K< vrw ?
HE KILLOUGH MUSIC COMPANY are growing, business increasing, territory
extending, new branches a4.agenies being established.
Buy direct. Sell direeL One price. Lowest price. Ship on approval. Assume
freights. Have satisfied customers or none.
BEHR BROS. CARPENTER.
ESTEY. FARRAND & VO'TEY.
NEW ENGLAND. WEAVAR..
Holidays are approaching. Make your home happy. We want to send you complete
catalogue and full information free. We se'.1 everything in the music line.
p'rWrite now to THE KILLOUGH.MUSIC COMPANY, Florence, S. C.
H- JR IDOW A. 1;L
RW RDNT & So,
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.
CarmaA cfe "Wagc>3. MafWterial.
TA.BE AND PocKr CUTLERY, GUNS, PIsTors, SHF.Is, AMMUNITIoN,
Toors, ENGrE FIxTUnRs, PIPINo, Pumrs, WooD AND
IRoN, CRocraRY TwAR, &c.
Beltinig, - Pac-ira6 ing - Isacing&, - ctoo.
COOK STOVES, ALL WARRANTED. HEATING STOVES, ALL Kn.
OIL STOVES FRox 1.00 Up.
3ar3'neBs inL "EZ7e3-y .7'aiey
R. W. DWNT & SON,
MAIN STREET, SUMTER, S. C.
Mann.ing, 8. 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 lowe
as any Merchant can dispose: of Goods oL like quajity.
Dry G-ood. ~
I have an unusually full stock in Ihv vrkp~adakfrol
all kindls of ladies' dress goods, trim-tratobaleosllhegd.I
mings, walking. jackets, shawls, fian- hv hmi l tlsadqaiis
nels, ladies' underwear, hosiery, etc.; bos headsiprfrmp
do not attempt to enumerate the ldebygrs n h ais
names of all these different goods, but
am satisfied that an inspection cf this - 0
department will please in both variety
and price. Our prices are as low as l a l e s
the lowest. Trr amrkostevleo
--00--- anss epi, o uge
This is something all are deeplyhaen suri;wipbdls
concerned in, and I make it a. pointsadetcohn.
to keep such groceries as will :please. - 9
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
eries, cakes, crackers, french sar- Cohn ngetvrey o l
dines, canned pears, and all such.szs gs lses n odtos
Try a can of grated pineapple, one of ada rcst uteeyoy
the most delicious dishes to be had Cide' ut nalrevreya
anyheero $1.40 the besr aflssot.to he
i~ea dICaB have eve kept TOandasUor.nl
I have a full shaeutheminyalfstyle and oasqua aetesmkr mlits
see, te bst o b ha, adhpe ots, ineias asnde slies. o bet
see. Nw i th tme o pa. ladies, ands girls "ad Queben.
An sl temIwil i hr-pnrckbtt anpIiess.il
takethemaway I oferood valery armey kpntwth vale.o
I a plase tostae t th puli wgnrll a gurane my. hr
LEO isnowwit me ~n wilae great perior;c whipsrbridles,
fred.Cey loethuingi retvritfo l
ansstd t posics taouit reerbody.
any.er A.frNON ole Agent, Manig for aCuls.
--ooLN1--~ ~ae- -_-oo- n1
seedtheest1o5b addsot a feCigars as thyws. obt
for infants and Children.
"C~*2iigo~e-A-~t~hBMtb csutmcDisrrcum Rruetatioa,&W
Irecommenditassuperiortoa&YPre*=iPUn E Worms, gives sleep, and promot dl.
kEown to me'n . Pa AC16 .D D.,
Illt So Oxford Sac , Bro klmr , N. .- w i n 2hread7t h A .,
.The as of omCstda' is sounlvrW ad For zeeet yar T.ave reDommeD
its merits so wel kown that it seem & work o C tor, b0 anBrsa, oNW o
of san reroptOnlt endorse it. Few Am tbc o 0?ihss lwa~p~f~dbuaa
intelligent aieBwho do not keep CAAstod rewlt&%%
wiuureamcb&IM E~nrNr. PAanum]. D.,.
CW.05 .AL!1 D* 4h wiop."1MStetan ft Av..
NwokNew York 6ity U.
Late Pasto Bloomngda Ratiod
TMl CUTAU COMPA3, 77 XUZZRET. NilK YOMi
ADGER SMYTH.F J. PR, Special Partner.
SMY*TH & ADGER,
Factors, and GOmission MerchuaIs
CHARLESTON, S, C.
I. E. HOLMES. TIXA MOORE
W . E. HOLMES& C0
---DEA LERS IN
White Lead and Colors,
Oils and Varnishes,
Glass and Brushes,
Mill and Naval- Store Supplies.
STREE -:- LAMPs -:- AND -:- LANTERNS -:- OF -:- ALL -:- KINDS.
OFFICE 207 EAST BAY; CHARLESTON,. S. C.
OTTO F WIETERSA,
Wholesale Dealer in Wines, uprs -adigmf
No. 121 East.Bay,.Charleston, S. C.
OTTO TIEDEMAN & SONS
Wholesale, Grocers and Provision Dealers,,
172, 174, and 176 East Bay Street,
4' E. 3EL Mu 3'E r" .T lT, S. C .
WM. $HEppWFD. &QO.
SS OR TM ENTAl
7ine Cookin 2001
- Send for circulars
Tinwre, 't"''"~a price lists.
No. 23'4 Meeting.St., CHARTESTON, S.0C..
Charleston' Iron Worksj
Manufacturers and Dealers-in;
arine Stationaryfand Portable Engines and Boilers, Saw
ill Machinery. Cotton Presses Gns, . Railroad; Steame
oat, Machinists', Engineers' an Mml Supplies.
M E P~epairs executed with promptness and Dispatch. . Sendffor prie~s
East Bay,CUor. Pritehard &,
Charleston, S. 0C.
-PERCW4AL M'FG. CO.
~DOORS, SASH AN BLINS. ;
-74.to 48( Meeting Street, CHARLSTON, S. C.
-HENRY C. WOHLERS,
Pr ovision Dealer.
i Auge ad Est .sh aB~ig Aspo iad King ichd Cigans
No. 2. Meat a Specialty.
213 East Bay, CHARLESTON, S. C.
"Adamant" -Wall. Plaster
Best Material for Walls and Ceilings Ever Put 3B'
fgre the Puic.
The only thing abouit a building that has not improved for over 1,000
years is lime plaster. But there is no excuse hereafter for falling eeilinlgs,
crumbling walls, broken e'nd defaced decorations. ADAMANT is not .a
guess work mixture of lim~e, 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
mixing with water only. Any mason can apply it: bursting pipes or leaky
roofs will not effect it. It's the beet 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 full particulars address the
SOUTHEASTERN PLASTER CO.,
Sa~tyamnn n." y ra
prAlso manufacturers and dealers in calcined plaster and Portland cements.
OLD CLOTHES MADE NEW.
---SEND YOUR DYEING TO THE
-: Charleston -:- Steam --Dye -: Works, :
All ork uarateed 31 King St. CHARLTESTON. S. C.