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* TE ANNNGTIMES.
LOUIS APPELT, Editor.
Wednesday, Nay 9, 1894.
Some of the most violent oppo
nents of the dispensary system are
now clamoring for its return.
Ex- Judge J. H. Hudson has been
appointed the attorney general for
the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley
railroad at a salary of $2,000.
Ye descendants of pirates, convicts,
cut-throats, drun'kards and murder
ers, that compose the Reform Move
ment in South Carolina, must stand
solidly by the Reform Movement, as
it is your only salvation.
The colored students at Allen Uni
versity were presented with a val
uable library by General Hampton,
who is leading the movement to or
ganize National League Clubs in this
State. Wouldn't our farmers' sons
at Clemson be delighted with such
a present ?
The opponepts of the dispensary
said, away with the dispensary, give
us prohibition; now the Supreme
Court has performed another jug
gling feat and declared prohibition,
they say, away with prohibition, give
us anything, oh Lord, that will de
feat Tillman for the United. States
Senate. The courts may come and
the courts may go, Tillman continues
to saw wood.
On our first page ve publish an
interview from the New York Sun
purporting to come from a man from
South Carolina. It should be read
by every decent man in the State,
that they may see what efforts are
being resorted to for the purpose of
bringing our toiling masses into dis
repute abroad. This interview comes
from an~unhung, cowardly scoundrel,
who being afraid to give vent to
such utterances in South Carolina,
goes North where his rotten carcass
cannot be reached. Farmers, read
it, and ask yourselves, are there
otheis in this State that feel their
superiority over you?
Now you see.it, now you don't, is
the game our Supre me Court is
amusing itself with. In their de
cision declaring the dispensary act of
1892 udconstitutional, they declared
that man has an inalienable right to
engage in a lawful business-a right
to sell whiskey. That before the
whiskey taffic can be declared un
lawful there must be a Statute de
claring it to be so; that no such
Statute is on the Statute books in
this State. Yesterday in a case from
Florence manufactured to order and
warranted to fit they declared it is
unlawful to sell whiskey without a
license, and the right to granlt licenses
does not exist-hence the State is
now under prohibition law.
Wanted-A dictionary that will
- give the true meaning of what the
Supreme Court really means.
We have heard people complain of
the strength of the dispensary whis
key, but since the dispensary closed
a still stronger kind has been
brought to Manning. and if it con
tinues the profession of dentistry
will have to resort to the courts for
relief or the kind of liquor now be-.
ing sold willdrive our dentists into
new fields for operation.
Last Saturday a colored citizen,
after imbibing quite freely *of the
stuff a man has an "inalienable right"
to sell, imagined himself endowed
with the strength of Sampson, and to
convince his associates of his power
he undertook to lift a boy with his
teeth. The boy being willing, the
man loaded with the liquid, not
branded U. S. standard and chem
ically pure, fastened his teeth in the
* boy's clothing and proceeded to lift
him, but when he released his hold
two of his front teeth came with it
and where many swallows went be
fore, was left a gap large enough for
"My Dear Josephus."
We notice the News and Courier
has become charmed with its study
of modern history, and from day to
day rehearses "My Dear Appelt,"
from McLaurin's letter. Possibly we
could charm that paper some more,
by requesting its careful attention to
history not quite so modern and yet
- not ancient, where the circumstances
under which McLaurin addressed
"My Dear Appelt" were quite differ
ent twthose when the management of
the News and Courier addressed
"My Dear Josephus." In McLaurin's
letter to "My Dear Appelt," he boldly
* stated'his position on certain political
questions, but in the News and
Courier's letter to "My Dear Jose
phus," it was "damn principle, its
money we want," when the white
people of this State were groaning
with agony from the oppressions of
the scalawags and negroes, that "My
Dear Josephus" was in the swim
Ye Hungry Villains Keep Off the Girass.
The much written about Common
weal army, under the command of
Gen. Coxey, at last reached Wash
ington. Its mission was to petition
Congress to issue bonds not bearing
interest, and for the Government to
issue money to be expended on the
public roads, that the thousands of
unemployed all over the United
States might get bread. The men
composing this army showed no dis
position of violence nor to use any
more than their appealing powers to
carry out their purposes. Whether
from fear of a violent demonstration
or a spirit of tyranny, the authorities
at Washington determined to not al
low Coxey have his say, and when
his unarmed and peaceable army ap
proached the Capitol, the police set
upon the leaders, clubbed, arrested,
and threw them into prisons. Coxey
wanted to make a speech from the
Capitol steps which privilege was de
nied him, and judging from the tes
timony adduced in the court where he
and his lieutenants are being tried
there is evidence of a conspiracy on
the part of the Washington police to
visit severe pnishment upon these
man. who had the temerity to ask
Congress to do something for them. 1
Coxey may be a crank, but he is a I
citizen of the United States, where r
free speech is supposed to exist, and <
the teatment of him was not only r
outrageous, but brutal. <
Mark the contrast ! when delega- I
tions from the great commercial cen- a
tres visited Washington to induce I
Congress to repeal unconditionally
the Sherman Silver Act, they were I
most cordially received, attentively t
listened to, and even banqueted.
These men went there representing I
wealth and those with luxurious sur
roundings; they had the mud of I
Wall street upon -their shoes, and 1
made their visit in special palace t
trains, but Coxey and his delegations
representing the unemployed and r
crying for bread went to the Nation's c
Capitol on foot. The rich were i
feasted and honored, the poor were s
driven like sheep, and cruelly treated. s
This state of affairs cannot last, the i
people throughout the United States c
are growing more restless every day,
and instead of having a soothing ef- t
feet, the treatment received by the
Coxeyites will bring to them sympa
thizers, and where the restlessness
will stop is beyond conjecture. Con- 1
gress should have appointed a com- (
mittee to listen to the petitions of
these people, and then take such ac
tion as that body saw fit. The news
papers may ridicule and print their
ludicrous caricatures, and call people c
cranks who travel miles on foot to i
make a personal appeal to Congress,
but the day will come when there
will be such an uprising of the masses
that our law makers will only be too
glad to give the relief asked. When ,
the abolitionists first started out they
were ridiculed, and the feeling against
them was so strong that it made men
tremble to acknowledge being in
sympathy with them, but the mcve
ment grew and the result brought a
deluge of blood and misery upon
this land. History tells the result. t
The men selected by the people will i
have to do something to quiet the
unrest now existing, and the free use
of police batons will not do it, or
there will be more serious offenses
committed than trampling down the
grass or injuring the shrubbery on
the Capitol grounds. The advance
pf Coxey's army on Washington was
only a faint rumbling of an ap
proaching storm-it is the precusor
of bullets instead of ballots that will
follow if the masses are to be ignored
in favor of the classes.
Council Without License Authority. t
The duty of a newspaper is to keep
the public informed upon - matters of
general interest, and to comment
upon the official acts of those whom
the people have selected to conduct
public affairs. All public acts should
have such light thrown upon them
that will enable the people to under
stand what has been done. With
this object in view we have taken the
trouble to study the recent decision
of the State Supreme Court and the
charter of this town, and have
reached the conclusion that our town
council is without lawful authority
to grant licenses.
Last Wednesday the council
granted a license for the sale of spir
itous liquors in the sum of $12.50
per week. The granting of this li
cense we contend was without legal
Iwarrant atnd if we are right in our
conclusions the council can not ac
cept ailoliar for said license.
When men are elected to office
they take an oath to uphold and en
force law, and when they go beyond 1
the law their authority is over
reached and criticism is the result as
much so as if they had refused to
uphold the law.
The town council of Manning, like
the council of other towns was cre
ated by the State Legislature, which
body gave them a charter-r.a comn
pass to guide the affairs of munici
pality, beyond the specific grants in
that charter the councilmen cannot
go without violating their oaths of
By an Act of the General Assem
bly approved March 9th, 1871, the
charter was altered and renewed, and
in that instrument authority was only
given for the granting of licenses to
keep taverns, or to retail spiritous
liquors, and no other authority for
granting licenses was given. As
long as the power was vested in' the
council they had the right to collect
and receive the sums they, by their
ordinances, required for licenses from
taverns and the retailing of liquors,
and any other licenses collected of
whatever nature was without lawful
Private citizens can agree and set
tie within themselves matters of ex
pediency, but sworn officers cannot,
because a higher authority has laid
the plan and by it they must build
the public interest. The question
of emergency cannot enter- the law
alorne is the guide.
If the law does not specifically
authorize them to perform an act,
they are without authority, their
hands are tied even to the detriment
of the town's interest. The only
power our council ever had for
granting licenses of any kind is laid
down in the Charter, Section 7, and
reads as follows :
"That the Intendant and Wardens of
said town shall have full and only power to
grant or refuse licenses to keep taverns', or
to retail spiritous liquors. within the cor
porate limits of said town, upon such con
ditions, and under sneh circumstances, as
to them shall seem proper and right:
Provided, That in no instance shall the
price of a license to keep taverns, or to re
tail spiritous liquors, be fixed at a less
sum than is established by the law of this
State; and all moneys paid for licenses, and
for fines and forfeitures for retailing spir
itous liquors. keeping tavern and billiard
tables within the limits without licenses,
shall be appropriated to the public uses of
said town: Provided, That the Intendant
and Wardens, duly elected and qualified,
shiall not have power to grant any license
to, keep taverns or retail spiritous liquors
beyond the term for which they have been
Thus will it be seen that prior .to
the enactment of the dispensary law
the council was authorized by the
Charter to grant certain licenses for
a specified businese, but for none
other, and we claim all money col
lected by them as a license fee from
other than taverns or the liquor busi
ness was illegal and the moneys so
collected could be recovered were
the parties disposed to make the
Now what is the existing condition?
The Supreme Court of the State has
filed a decision very plainly settingrc
censes for the sale of liquor has
een taken away from the munici
ialities-in- other words Section 7
I the Charter of the town of Man
iing is repealed, and until that de
ision is over-ruled or reversed it is
he law, and our' council is without
LUthority to grant licenses of any
Notwithstanding this state of af
air our town council arrogate to
hemselves the power to grant a li
,ense in defiance of the decree of the
ihest legal tribunal in the State.
5urely the proceeding is not alone
ligh handed, but dangerous and nav
>ring upon the taxpayers of the
6wn a costly experience.
Can redress be obtained after a
nunicipality has illegally deprived a
itizen of money or property ?- We
hink so, and we do not hesitate to
ay when a council oversteps its
Luthority to the extent of collecting
noney which it has no legal right to
ollect, the town is made liable to
uits, and the result may fasten upon
he taxpayers a judgment which will
ake years of taxation, and perhaps
Ln amendmient to the Charter to in
rease the tax levy to get rid of a
yurden which could have been avoid
d by performing only such acts as
re authorized by lawful-the Char
The decision of the Supreme Court,
n our judgment, has placed the
ouncil in a position where they can
iot even prohibit the liquor traffic,
or that Court said :
"There is no more sacred right of citizen
hip than the right to pursue unmolested a
awful employment in a lawfnl manner.
t is nothing more nor less than the sacred
ight of labor."
Further on, the Court said
"We do not see how it can Ie denied that
uch a traffic is lawful."
And says the Chief Justice, in de
ivering his decree:
"Before, therefore, the sale of intoxica
ing liquors can be declared uninyful,
here must be some valid Statute declarina
to be so; and we must say that we have
een unable to find any such Statute nn
he Statute books in this State."
Here we have the liquor traffic a
acred and a lawful right, the power
aken from municipalities to require
, license, and a town council, the
reature of the Legislature, assuming
power that the highest Court says
b has not got.
It is contended by some of the
ouncil, they have the power to enact
>rdinances to regulate matters for
he public welfare, this is true; but
vben a certain power specifically
aentioned in the Charter has been
aken from the creature by the cre
tor, the creature cannot defiantly
ssume it even for the public good.
Section 6, of the town Chairter
ives council the power to establish
ules, by-laws, and 'ordinances re
pecting the roads, streets, markets
Lnd police, as shall appear to them
tecessary and requisite for the se
urity, welfare and convenience of
he town, for preserving health, or
ler, peace and good government, but
owere in the Section does it give
hem the power to require and col
ect a license. They may enact ordi
ances governing the manner of con
lucting the various things mentioned
n the Charter, such as requiring
ersons to keep their premises clean
or the preservation of health, forbid
he use of boisterous, obscene or im
noral conduct, and all things for the
maintenance of peace and good gov
rnment, and for the punishment for
riolations of the ordinances; the, latter
art of Section 6 provides a penalty
n an amount not exceeding fifty dol
ars fine or thirty days imprisonment,
>ut nowhere in the Charter, from the
>eginning to its close,, is the power
iven to require a license other than
is already mentioned.
When Manning's Charter was en
Lted by the Legislature the Charters
>f other towns were also enacted, but,
mlike ours, they are empowered
vith the right to grant licenses for
~ther matters besides taverns and
aloons, and these powers are specifi
ally mentioned, thus giving them
he right to license the various kinds
>f business marked out in their
harters, and when the Legislature
neets again our Charter should so
>e amended that the present defect
vill be remedied.
The members of the council that
oted to grant licenses cannot seek
efuge behind the power of the coun
il to abate nuisances. The council
as the power to abate nuisances,
~nd that power is found in Section
., but it does not authorize council
o maintain a nuisance or to licensb
>ne, and in order to make the liquor
>usiness a nuisance council must
irst establish the fact and then abate
Well, says some, suppose the coun
ii has no law against the liquor
rafie, and a man desiring to sell is
villing to pay a certain sum anyway ?
n other wvords, the whiskey man
onsents to the license. Our answer
s, the sworn officers of the town caui
ot go beyond their Charter and can
iot accept the money, unless author
zed by law, and for the reason
hat men are not prone to give away
heir money for nothing and when
such a proposition is made, it is be
:ause the liquor dealer is not posi
;ively certain of his legal status. It
Llso leaves room to suspect a collu
ion between the officers and the
nan engaging in a doubtful business.
:t smacks too much of hushing the
ocal authorities and taking chances
vith the rest.
We~ desire to say to our citizens, that f'or
ears we have been selling Dr. King's New
)iscovery for consumnption, Dr. King's New
afe Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve and Elec
ric Bitters, and have never handled re'me
is that sell as well, or that have given
uch universal satisfaction. We do not hes
tate to guarantee them every time, and we
tnd ready to refund the purchase price, if
atisfactory results do not follow their use.
hese remedies have won their great popu
irity purely on their imecrits.
J. G. Dinkins & Co., druggists.
We authorize our advertised druggists to
el Dr. King's New Discov'ery for con
umption, coughy and colds, up~on this con
tion. If vou are ailicted with a Cough.
old, or any Lung, Throat, or Chest trouble,
.nd will use _this remoedy as directed,
pving it a 1hir trial, and experience
to benefit, you miay return the bottle and
ave your money re'funded. W\e could not
nake this offer did we not know that Dr.
ing's New Discovery could be relied on.
t never disappoints. TIrial bottles free.
arge size 50c and S1. Foir ale by
.J. G. Dinkins & Co., druggists.
War.! on scrofula and every forum of im
ure blood is boldly declared by HIood,s
arsaparilla, the great conqueror of all blood
They Want the Scoundrel's Name.
DAVIs STASHUS, S. C., Ma 3, 1894.
N. Y. Sun.
DEAr. SuR.:-We har seed a peece in your
paper erbout the "pirates" an "crackers" in
S. C., an we air wantin to no who rote the
artickel. We haint had nuthin tu ermuse
us down hur sence the little rackets kicked
up erbout the whisky, an stranglin er few
niggers fur rape, an the boys wants ter hav
sum moor fun. Sum of em sed how as ef
yu wood tell em the name ov thet infernal
scallerwag what rote thet peece they wood
give yu a speshal invertashun tu witness
the sho. Tha wood also let you sa as ta
whar an what mannur, an as tu havin the
sareniony at nite or in the di time. We
air in hopes yu wil sen the name ov that
rapscallum at onet an ef the boys can gIt
him, we wil let you no so thet yu can se
Let us here frum yu at onet.
PIRATES & CRACEERS.
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CAmDEN, May 9.-8 a. m.-Height of
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OFFICE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,)
CLARENDON COUNTY. f
Manning, S. C., .Jan., 4th 1893.)
Until farther notice I will have my office
open on Saturday of each week. The
o'ther days wvill be spent in visiting the
schools of the county.
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School Commissioner C. C.
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"It is with pleasure that I give you the det
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health by the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. E
was taken down with
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tween the two lower ribs. In a short time
other broke on the left side. She would t
e Us of sore mouth and when we had 3u~C
in overcoming this she would suffer u-th
tacks of high fever and expel bloodyd loo
eorruton. Her bead was affected and
oozed from her ears. After each attack ab'
rel Nti we began to use Hood's Sarsa
After she taken one-half bottle we ood'i
that she was better. We continued until4
had taken three bottles. Now she looks I
The Bloom of Health
and is fat asa i Wefeel grateful,and can
~ o uh hi favor of Hoo's Waeparl
A. M. ADAMs, Inman, Tennessee.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet proniptly i
efcelently, on the liver and owels. ZSe
My entire stock of
and everything handled by
first-class *merchant will
sold from now on regardhi
of value and cost. This
done to clear out what stoci
now have preparatory to goi
into my new store which
now in course of erection.
I have the goods!
They shall be sol
The p~eople now have a fi
ogportunity. and should ta
advantage of it.
S. THOMAS, Jn. J. M. THOMA:~
Stephen Thomas, Jr. & B:
JEWELRY, SILVER & PLATED WA
Spectacles, Eye Glasses &Fancy Gaoo
f&Watches and Jewelry repaired1
25'7 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON . k
1. W. FOLSOM
- Sign of the Big Watch:, -
SUMTER, S. C,
+~ Watches, Diamonds,
- STERLING SILVER, CLO'CKS,
Optical Goods, Fn nies, Scissors
DR. CHARLES B. GEIGER,
PIIYSICIA 1 AND SURGEO,
Offers his professional services to the peo
ple of Manning and vicinity.
Office at J. G. Dinkins & Co.'s drug store.
MANNING. S. C.
I. A. N. TALLY, Jr.,
I 'ICI ThWI AN SURGEO,
Offers his professional services to the peo
ple of Clarendon and vicinity.
Ollice in tbe Enterpise building.
MANNING, S. C.
JosEPH F. IDAME. W. C. DAvis,
R H1AME & DAVIS,
ATTONXEYS A T LA .
MANNING, S. C.
OIN S. WILSON,
Allornp! and Conselor cl Law,
MANNING. S. C.
A * A TTO REYA LAW,
is 3IANNING, S. C.
to Notary Public with seal. Associated with
's It. 0. Purdy, Esq., in litigated cases.
JEFFERSON D. ALSBROOK.
be- ATTO EY AT LAW,
n. MANNING, S. C.
Lke Office in TLMs building. Special atten
ed- tion given all business-in his charge.
b.O Hj L. B. WELLS,
.4 TTo0NEY A T LA IW
SUMTER, S. C.
EO. W. DICK,
SUMrTER, S. C.
Office hours-9 to 1:30-2:30 to 5. Ove:
Levi Brothers' dry goods store.
An easy means of secur
ing your wife and family
against want in the event
of your death.
A creditable means of se
curing a better fmancial
standing in the business
The most safe and profit.
,06e means of investing
3 ar savings for use in
All Life Insurance is
is the best.
For ftll particulars, addrss
W. J. RODDEY, Manager,
CAROLIIIS, ROCi Hil+,
F. N. WILSON, DLsmnICT AGENT,
MLissiso,. S. C.
Charleston, S. C.
i - AIL, Express or Freight goods to an:
AL part of the United States or abroad
Orders receive prompt attention immedi
ately upon receipt. In sending money fo
articles not quoted in this list or our fre,
catalogue, send the amount of retail price
less 20 per cent. Any differee will b
returned by next mail. Our business i
son.Ic-rr cAsH. Goods sent C. 0. D. to re
sponsible parties. We solicit a share o
your mail orders.
Allcock's Porous Plasters, 10 2!
Belladonat Plasters. 15 2i
Capcine Plasters, Benson's, 15 21
3Allcock's Bunion Plasters, large 18 2!
Allcock's Corn Plasters, 08 14
Our Little Liver Pills, 15 22
a Cuticura Resolvent, 85 1 04
bCuticura Salve, 40 54
ss Anti-Pain Plasters, 10 "
. Simmnon's Liver Regulator 67 1 04
1S No-To-Bac. 3 boxes for 2 5(
-JChichester's Pennyroyal Pills, 1 85 2 0(
Hall's Syrup of Hlyphosphites, 90 1 5(
g Pennyroyal Pills, 75, 1 04
- Dr. Felix LeBrun's Steel and
IS Pennyroyal Pills, G7 1 0(
A,ligator Liniment, 25
Scott's Emulsion, 67 1 04
Acid Phosphate, Horsford's, S .40 S .5(
Aver's Pills, 20 2!
Pierce's Favorite Prescription 75 1 0(
Hall's Emulsion 25c and 50
SCodl liver Oil, pure, 45c, pint, 35)
LCod Liver Oil, pure, 80c, qr art, 1 04
Castile Soap, 12 oz cake, 10 1?
Castile Soap, implorted, per lb., 20 22
nWest's Nerve & Brain Treatment 6;7 1 04
Phosphiodine, 85 1 0(
Exrc WthHazel, pints, 20 2i
CatrsLittle Liver Pills, 15 2i
.s! e claim to have the best stock o
Druggists' Sundries, Perfumery, Tooth
Nail and Hair Brushes, Combs. Sponges
Chamois Skins and Troilet Reqnisites in thi
City. We can mail over 2,000 articles it
the Drug line, anywLhere, andl pi;y specea
attention to mail or lers. We will mail oum
catalogue to any address about April 1st
1894. While this catalogue is not complet
it will give sonme idea of the stock W
(One Door North of Wentworth.)
E Opposite Dime Savings Bank
eX. BUT THE W,
THEd BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
SedTlEN cents to 28Union Sq., N.Y.,
for our prize game, "Blind Luck," and
Iwin a New Home Sewing Machine.
The New HlomeSewing Machine Co.
ORANCE, MASS. 4
ma +*-U FOR~ SA1.E BY ?MA&Adj
E. . BROWN, MANNING,_S. C.
ma o to _ the Manning Times oflice fo
Wholesale Grocers ai
172, 174, and 176
"C A L I S
now thirteen years since the Ci
upon the market and in all that
to what is required of a fir
The Caligraph is reco,
the most simple a
. WILL LAST
if properly cared for. In speed cor-tes
place and in telegraphic work has nevc
purposes it has no superior. With in
well nigh indestructible. The experiei
legraphers, short-hand schools, and
prove that the Caligraph iswithout a r
-SOLD ON EA
U. Irvine Wall
No. 6 Broad St.,
Save Your Eyes!'
When you need a pair of spectacles don!t
buy an inferior glass. You will find none
linm -'-+Diam + ttcle.
EYE -:- GLAS?ES.
For sale by
DR. W. M. BROCKINTON,
Manning, S. C.
- -MANUFACTUEED BY
The Wilcox & Gibbs Gunlo Co0
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
For sale by MOSES LEVI, Manning, S. C.
CHARLES C. LESLIE,
Wholesale & Retail Commission Dealer in
Consignments of poultry, eggs, and all
kinds of country-produce are respectfull
Office Nos..18 & 20 Market St., E. of East Bay
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Douga Shoes ata 2reced pice, oray
S3 SHOE "To o
. L *1UGAY os are. styih eas net.
tic toe Pwo wea em.tas o pute
sal o. PEV.. L. ou.a Sos ga. cA.torG.E
whchnls toncrewhesls on&i Co.,li
Ctlotifeon applicaion WAress.
Notions Haynd Smal artSets
CH ARTESTON. S. C.
/IAN & SONS,
Id Provision Dealers,
East Bay Street,
I C1V. S. C.
digraph Typewriter was first put
time has responded faithfully
st-class writing machine
;nized everywhere as
nd most durable
It is easily
ts it has repeatedly taken the first
r been excelled. For manifolding
erchangeable parts the Caligraph is
ice of business men, ministers, ,te
government departments all go to
ier, Jr., X Co.,
Charleston, S. C.
Money to Loan.
Money to Loan on improved farming
Idnds. Apply to
B. PRESSLEY BARRON,
Attorney at Law.
Manning, S. Or, Feb. 21, 1894.
+ IF YOU WANT IN YOUR-H1E
THE FINEST AND MOST PERFECT
PIANO PRODUCED IN THE KNOWN
9 WORLD YOU WILL BUY THE
Th 8S DI th 1oI.
. 'Cosen by all musca connolsseurs
6If yo want a STEINWAY we?
cani save you money in its par
9chase. Our house is theo SOUTH
6EN~STEINWAY DEPOT for Ave9
entire states. Stein Way's Newxork
prices duplicated. Not a dolla can6
Vbe saved in buying direct. All -
6styles reulry in stock. Corre-9
+spoudence Invited. Catalogues free.j
L Itiden & Bates Southern
9 L usicHeuse,Savannah,Ga
SUMTER, S. C.
Commander & Rihrsn
We are now prepared to fill all orders
COPING ana all ornamental and substan
tial cemetery work. We do none but the
best work, and guarantee all jobs. We
promise to do strictly a first-class business
and will make our prices at a-living rate.
GRANITE AND ITAUiAN MONUMENTS
We expect to have cn exhibition in a few
days some handsome specimens of work.
Yard on Liberty Street, below postoffice.
A. McCobb, Jra,
'General Commwission Merchant,
-AND DEALER IN
Lime. Cement. Plaster Paris,
Elair, Fire Bricks, and Fire
Clay, Land Plaster, and
Agent for White's English PortlandCemient,
l04 and 19% East Bay St.. Charleston, S. C
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