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PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
IANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, SEP. 8, 1E57.
WE WANT YOUR TRADE.
And we want it bad, but bear in mind we
don't want it unless we can give you as
good value for your money as you can get
anywhere else. A visit to our store and a
close inspection of our goods we reason
with judgment, will give to anyone that
there is no house under the shining sun
that can offer better values for the money
than we do, and we wish it understood in
plain, unmistakeable English that we don't
propose to be undersold by anyone, and all
we wish our friends to do is to come and
give us a look and we will do the balance.
24 yards of heavy yard wide Sea Island
Homespun for $1. 25 yards Grantville C
Shirting for $I. 20 yards heavy Grant
ville Drill for SI. 27 taids Good Check
Homespun for $1. 100 dozen Gents' Half
Hose for 5c. per pair, that we feel sure can
not be bought els;,where in this town for
less than So. per pair. Just call and see
these nose and you will see I am not exag
geriting one bit. 3000 yards of the best
Standard Print Calicoes for 5c. per yard; if
it fades, we will refund the money. Call at
our store and see the largest and most
varied stock of Fancy Dress Goods ever
seen in this town. Our Miss Beckham is
now at the North buying our fall and win
ter stock of Millinery, and when she re
turns, ladies, we want you to call and see
our Pattern Hats and Millinery. Gents,
call and see the largest and cheapest line
of pants in this town. Good pants from
45c. per pair up to $4.50.
Yours for the cash,
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
Come to Manning to trade.
McLaurin's majority is 12,782.
Do not fail to read the town tax ordi
Buy your ice at Huggins' market.
The Dispensary is to occupy the Lenard
Mr. Fant Stokes is smiling behind H. D.
Read the county chairman's notice for the
For fine candies go to R. B. Loryea, the
Mr. W. P. Hawkins is again behind Mr.
M. Levi's counters.
A fine horse can be bought cheap by ap
plying at this office.
Miss Jessie McLean has returned home
from her visit to North Carolina.
Harvin & Barron have secured the ser
vices of Mr. T. L. Player of Salem.
Crushed Fruits served at Brockinton's
The ad. you intend to publish next week
isn't bringing you business to-day.
Mrs. N. A. Hall has returned home from
a visit to relatives in Orangeburg.
All the schools started up last Monday
and the children are not happy we guess.
The Nettles house is now occupied by
Mr. J. Harry Lesesne and his sisters and
Golden Machine Oil for gins and mills,
R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
The Pinewood section of this county is
continuing to grow .nd it has become quite
an important trading place.
Miss Alice Harvin, of-the Fork, has ac
cepted a position in the dry goods depart
ment of E. C. Horton's store.
Remember Tuesday, 14th inst , is the day
for the second primary. Read the county
chairman's notice in another column.
Get cool at Brockintoni's.
The Thad Kennedy gobbler failed to
materialize .when it came to hatching
guinea eggs. The shells were too hard.
Some of our merchants ought to order an
extra supply of icing sugar for wedding
cakes. The demand will be great sooa
Married last Monday night at the Ben
bow House, by Magistrate E. C. Dickson,
Mr. Lee M. Haines and Mrs. Lillie Pistole.
Complete stock of delicious confectionery
B. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Pinewood is to have a religious feast, be
'nning September 20th. Rev. Thomas
'Letch, the faur'ous evangelist, is to conduct
Sheriff Clyburn, of Lancaster, was here
yesterday. He came after Will Richardson
who is wanted in his County for burglary
The editor of 'TaE 1'Ms has a fine horse
and buggy he desires to sell. Any one
wishing a good. gentle animal can be ac
commodated by communicating with this
Hon. J. M. Johnson came to Manning
last Saturday to look after his Congressional
fencos. His busine-ss here was to try aria
induce the voters to vote for him in the
Ice for sale at Huggins' masket.
Maj. Abe Levi is home again after taking
in the pleasure resorts of the United States
and Canada. 'The major is looking wvell
and is now ready to write "satisfied in full"
on the face of mortgages and notes.
Married yesterday afternoon by Rev. E.
H. Beckhsam, at the residence of Mrs. 0. V.
Strange, Mr. Walter L. Burgess and Miss
Agnes Strange, daughter of Mr. J. M.
Strange. The couple left last znight for
Lmber City, Ga., the home of the groom.
Watch the advertising columns of THE
TMas. It is there where live merchants
speak to the people. A merchant who un
dertakes to do business without advertising
is looked upon as too stingy to give his cus
tomers bargains. The advertiser is the
zan to buy from.
Ices, Shakes and Coca-Cola and Sodas at
Last Saturday was a lively business day.
The mercbants were all kept moving anid
those who are soliciting trade through the
advertising columons of THE Thns had thter
stores crowded all day. T1he merchatit who
thinks he is saving money by not adver
tising in his county paper makes a great
mistake. A look around town will prove
conclusively that the cash trade goes to the
public spirited merchant 'who keeps before
Elsewhere wili be seen the advertisement
ot E. C. Horton, one of the principal mer
chants on the Broadway of Manning. Mr.
Horton has a large stock or goods selected
with great care and he has placed these
goods within the reach of the purchasing
public. His store is well appointed and
nicely arranged. Behind his counters wi:l
be found the popular P. B. Mouzon, known
of all men as "Honest Pete,'' and Misses
Alice Harvin and Blanche Wells: these la
dies will devote their attention to the
ladies trade, for which Mr. Horton has
made special arrangements5. He was so
ar eful in selecting his dry goods stock that
he secured to assist him one of the best
posted dress makers in this section of the
State. He has left nothing undone to
make his stock complete and in his sto re
can be found any and everything. Mr.
Horton has also procured the services of
Professor Epstin whose artistic hands will
make the show windows a thing of beauty
and a joy to look at.
The confidence of the people in 1Hood's
.Sarsapailla is due to its unequalled record
Yellow fever has broken out in New or
When a man succeeds in keeping oil
competition for space in a newspaper by
sharp practice, he cannot expect any quar
ter from the man he plaedl sharp with. It
sometimes h;1appens 5v th.at a Inan tinks
by a little tally he Cau-es :otner f: ni
pushing his :ndividul interests. but wb .
advantage is taken of the triek. it reco
upon the trickster. We hope this hint
sufficient for whom it is intended.
New crop turnip seed for sale. R. I.
Loryea, the druggist.
Watch for J. H. Lesesne's space in thesa
columns; he will keep you informed as ;o
his movements and what he purposes to dL.
For the present he wants to let the pt opl
know that he is now quartered in his new
store and that he will do his utmost to get
a fair share of the patronage. Mr. Lesesne
knows the value of newspaper advertising
and he will, after this issue.make his "ads"
an interesting feature of this paper.
Manning is sadly in need of tenant
houses. We knoiw of several nice fami:ies
who are anxios to rent and they are a
cla.s of people who will pay rent pro:uply
Will not some of our public spirited citi
zens help build up the town by erecting
comfortable houses to rent? Manning c.an
not grow and prosper if there is to be a
wall around the town to keep people out.
It strikes us that as an investment it would
be far better to have houses bringing in
monthly rent than to have town lots turned
into orchards, cotton and potato patches or
cow pastures. Lot owners, think of this:
either buildion your lots or sell them at a
reasonable price and let somebody else
Go to Brockinton's for wh atever you
Competition may come and bestir itself,
but the effect on Moses Levi only tends to
make him push the harder to keep abreast
of it. In this week's issue he merely
throws out a slight hint to his competitors
and then watch out for him hereafter. We
like to see this spirit of activity on the part
of our merchants; it is healthy and it does
good. Without a doubt Manning has
stronger competition within its commercial
interests than ever before and it has put
new life into the business arteries of Mr.
Levi. He says, and he sneaks with an
earnestness that means business, that he
will not be undersold, and from the size of
his stock and the amount of. vim he puts
into his business, the neople of Clarendon
and other Counties can expect to reap the
benefit of Moses Levi's energy and his
cash capital to buy goods with.
Choice Winter Rye Seed, for sale by R.
B. Loryea, the druggist.
In our local affairs we had two contest
ants for the senatorial honor and both of
these gentlemen are to be commended for
the dignified manner in which they con
ducted their campaign. Mr. Lesesne was
elected and Dr. Woods was defeated, while
the successful candidate is receiving the
congratulations of his supporters. Dr.
Woods takes his defeat like a man and has
not made the slightest complaint. This is
as it should be; the votes of the people be
long to the people and it is for them to cast
them as they see fit. In 'his instance a
majority selected Mr. Lesesne, but while
Dr. Woods failed of election nevertheless
he is to be congratulated for the hand-ome
manifestation of confidence by the people
in his section of the county who know him
best. When a man is so handsomely en
dorsed by his people as was Dr. I. M.
Woods in the recent election there is a fa
ture for him and it will come.
MAKE THE MOST OF YOURSELF.
It is the duty of every man to make the
most of himself. Whatever his capacities
may be, he is sure to find some place where
he can be useful to himself and to others.
But he cannot reach his highest usefulness
without good health and he cannot have
good health without pure blood. Tbe
blood circulates to every organ and tissue
and when it is pure, rieh and healthy it
carries health to the entire system, but if it
is impure it scatters disease wherever it
flows It cures salt rheum, scrofula, catarrh,
dyspepsia and rheumatism because these
diseases have their origin in the blood.
The Council Imposes a License Upon
Non-Residents to Do Business.
At aspecial meeting of the town council
last Friday night it was decided to impose
a license upon non-residents hereafter de
siring to do business in the town of Man
ning. There is hardly a fall but what some
one will come here, rent a store and sell
oods during the busy months and then go
ff without leaving one cent of revenue for
the town. This is not right. The busi
ness men here are fixtures and are taxed to
meet the expenses of the town, and as they
are expected to bear the burdens it is not
right for the town government to permit a
non-tax paying class to come in and inter
fere with the trade. These transient deal
ers do the town no good; they do not help
build it up, but on the contrary they act
ually ruin the town as a market. As a rule
they are a class who have no reputation to
make or save, because they may be here
this fall and in some other town or State
next fall. The result is they sell all kin ds
of trash, the people are humbugged and the
town and its permanent business men who
kept up the government with their taxes
Then, again, the liquor problem con
fronted the council; the dispensary pays a
revenue and helps pay for police, lights,
etc. The council decided that as Judge
Simonton has decided a non-resident has a
right to ship into and se-li articles of com
merce and that liquor comes under this
head, the non-residents taking advantage of
the decision should also pay a tax for the
privilege of doing business in the town.
They have fixed the tax on the liquor busi
ness heavier than on othets for the reason
that it causes more need of police protec
tion. The dispensary pays to the town a
tax in the shape of a share in the profits
and if the council had not taken its action
an original package shop if opened would
simply be taking away the trade from the
dispensary without paying a cent of tax
and tbus cut off t-he town's revenme.
In our judgment the conneil has acted
wisely and every goodi citiz-n shoull1up
hold their action. There are some who g'o
about croaking and kicking, but if a little'
investigation is made it will be seen they
are a class who kick at everything and they
never do anything whieh will inure to the
town's benefit. If we are to have a ruim
shop forced upon us by a United Stat-s
court, then let us stand together as mep-'
and citizens and back up the town council
in its effort to keep the town from being
mulet by men who hiave no interest here.
Every original package dealer claims to
be acting as agent for parties residing out
side ot the biate, so if a resident of this
town sets up an original package shop that
does not prevent the council from collectin g
the tax imposed. Under the decision of
Simonton a non-resident enjoys privileges
a citizen cannot enjoy, therefore, if a resi
dent were to open a shop not as agent bat
as principal, he can be clo-ed up) un ler the
tate dispensary law. The council does
not grant a liquor license, but it grants a
license for non-residents to do basiness
here and grades those licenses.
Mlanninig Collegiate Institute.
The session for 1897-98 opens September
C, 1897. This is a chartered institution
and will issue diplomas to its graduates.
It takes all grades, and pupils not in a po
sition to pursue the regular course will re
cieve instruction along special lines. Stu
dents prepared to enter any of our colleges.
16 tes from S1 to $3 per month.
For further information add ress,
E. J1. D3ROWNE, Prin cipal.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons havino claims against
the estate of Johnf. Boyd, deceased,
wilpeet them duly attested and
thoe oingsaid estate will make
KATE B. G'AILLARD,
Manning, S. C., Aug. 25, 1897.
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER,
MANNING, S. C.
Fie in .h' Rat o. C2m1n:trion
in Lie :Rft Wo C.'. t'ef,
oads. and W.as o: the?
Be it ordailnel Iby the i iteindanit
and Waidens Of the town of .31zniu;
in council assetlitd, a by uth'r
itv of the siaue:
Section 1. That all able-bodied
male persons residing in the town of
Manning, and who are between the
ages of sixteen and iifty years-of a;:e
and ::ho are not by law exempt are
herdy required to pay to the clerk
and treasurer of the town of Man
ning the sum of two dollars on or he
fore the 31st day of October, 1817.
The said sum to be paid and received
as a commutation for work on the
streets, roads, and ways of the said
town which the person so paying
would be liable to perform.
Sec. 2. That all persons liable un
der the statutes of South Carolina to
perform road duty and the work re
ferred to in section 1 of this ordinance
refusing or failing to pay the said
sum so fixed as a commutation on or
before the 31st of October, 1597, shall
be deemed guilty of a violation of an
ordinance and liable to a fine not ex
ceeding twenty dollars and not less
than three dollars, or to be impris
oned in the town guard house for a
term not exceeding twenty days nor
less than six days.
See. 3. That upon payment of the
sum of two dollars, the person so
paying shall be exempted from the
performance of work on the streets,
roads and ways of said town until the
15th day of April, A. D. 1898.
Ratified by council July 5, 1897.
P. B. THAMES,
IL. S 1 Louis APPELT,
Clerk of Council.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
Philip B. Thorne, plaintif,
Martha Elizabeth Walker, John F. Walker,
Kate Walker, Judge H. Walker, Benja
in Walker, Leon Walker, Linwood
Walker, Homer Walker, Mavola Walker,
and Sinkler Walker, defedants.
Summons for Relief.
(Complaint not atrved.)
To the defendant Kate Walker:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMdONED AND
required to answer the complaint in this
action, which has been filed in the oilice of
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for said
County, and to serve a copy of yonr an.wer
to the said complaint on the subscriber at
his office in Manninr, S. C., within twenty
days after the service thereof, exclusive of
the day cf such service; and if you fail to
answer the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will
apply to the court for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
B. PItESSLEY BARRON.
Manding, o. C., Sept. 7th, A. D. 1897.
'o the defendant, Kate Walter:
Trake notice that the complaint in this
ction together with the suaainons of which
his is a copy. was filedJ in the oflice of the
Cerk of the Conrt for Claren don County at
he town of Manning, in the State of South
arolina on the 7th day of September, 1897.
B. PRESSLEY B3ARR1ON,
J. L. WILSON,
Notary Public and
Will place I'::r u.nanme a T~HE 'A LA
TINE INSURtANt'h COMiANY, of En -
land anl in SEN 'c t'Ab. oif New
Orans. Also rpresent T HE PR UDEN
TIAL Life Insurance Comv'r .n of Aei
ci, one ol the~ rau.':,!,ami best comlpa.
Call on me before takxn:4 at your insur-'
OFFICE AT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE,
:rIANNING, S. C.
JosEr F. jRuntr.. W.C. Davi
R HIA ME & DAVIS,
A7 TURNEYS Al L.AW,
MANNING, S. C
OHN S. WILSON,
.tarzt . :J(nu ? ni La v,
Are tae i egra .1 Sys:c n-1 - il-w a.x
from the br: :a ev.ry 1,;rt thI: sy.itl.
Nerves :r- f,""1y ' .iN. :::ad are. there
, c . : - w ea.k ..nd 1 .red if the
Nerves are strng :nd. s1:ady. Ihere i n)
neral ia. 1-ran is 1:ne-ltlel-if the
hWid 1s rich. ri :ii ur.
Nerves 1.ind a tr' friei n uo i's Narsapa
rilla, he'au' it :akut rich, red blood,
gives good appt," and itigestion.
Is the One True i:l+ d P:uier. Ait ir:;gisth . $1.
cre, all i s r 1 IN alnd
Hood's Pills A .Inea. ? wn.
Are von ii ntere:4ed in L rc
-r : r i s
lowest -'Ci5. y L.: d f'' r. ,1,, - . ir e,:
ca s gtos' :...:nC il 'rl lis -:;
Hi.ghls grail iniii-eUnria
for lin. o'gi tha wi: Ut.lla fe
some of r hergais th:2 av:dit ou
frote 1ter 'ser'nwrt di Geneal oer
iiaudise. Wi e cat 1 ::ite. ulies'
and Gents' Gloria Dili: l. Lmbrei s for
50'e., also an il Silk Llalie' irella
for 0c. Y ou gt this Ub e :cla for
half its V alhe.
In the Dry God s liIt,'rxet o lae .just
received new f:alonable goods, and
oer them etea er than usual on ea
count of thie :aelsi taon. ill
Ntions, etc., Our line is coplete
again andu bargains o ered. New
and latest :Alet\I;js Ladie s' and
Misses' Sippers at pric rse hie will
cause vou to wonrier. Ladies' Don:
sola Shoes f.r :.ah, etc. A good
Satin Calf Shoe for inen, only $1.00.
In fact, a 1:1l as:ortmtent of Shoes at
In Ge: Fu:rnishlin~g Goodc, such
as S:.irls,Sn nderals. Fine Neck wear,
etc., wecar te lo al the latet
We call iour attention to a lot of
Flower Pots wihie we offer cheap.
Reliable Geries always on hanl.
Just rad ccad:v . ae earload of aepn
Tenssee W<a:;son an,! two lhorse, will
be sold cheau: fur cash.
re:ueniber weshow all the latest'
novelties in great profusion. We
keep the very finest selections in all
standard styles. We make it a point
to have every article in stock the best
of its kind. Tie idller you spend
wtai us goes further, lasts longer,
gets more style, gets more quantity,
nets more quality and does more
good in service, worth and wear than
any money you cau spend. Our
goods and prices now waiting your
inspeetion will prove this. lemem
ber we can make it to your interest
to give us part if not all your trade.
8. A. hl~ IA.
The State of South Oarolina,
Notice is hereby given that in ac
cordance with an Act of the Gieneral
Assexmbly, the books for the registra
tion of all legally qualified voters.
will be open at the court house, be
tween? the hours of 9 o'clock. a. mn.,
and :3 o'clock, p. mi., on the first Mon
day of each month and for three sue
cessive days, until thirty days be
fore the niext general election. Minors
who shall become of age during that
periotd of thirty days, shall be en
tit ed to registration before the
books are closed, if otherwise quali
Gi. T. WORSHAM,
S. G. GRIFFIN,
E. D. HODGiE,
Supervisors of Registration.
Mauni n ,. S. '2., January 1st 1997.
$3 S OE n theoWor'd.
aii::e. his d i:: .e a11ll om etitors.
wV. L. iou.:ias :.:. .1'' a:al s5.'' ?ilhoe are
thl"~.- productins . .' : iiibd w'orkmentl frm the
bes.t miaterial ; ti.ib' at theset p.rices. Also.
S2.;' an.! $2.:. ..< 0,ir.. men,.: . $2.' and
$n25 for boys.
W. L. Iti:ins .1ho, are' ind'or~sed
bv over 2. .t " er:r'rs a" the leti.'
1i1 'tyle. Ill aMi dlurability ofay
sho'e ev lie'red a.t fie pies.
The'y are made~ in all the' latest
ety of le-ather.
If dealer caerot suppliy you. wrlie for cataA
logue to w...LDouglas I n u.3ass. soildy
STATE OF8S!JTH UAROLINA
CO UT nIF (C )'l:ION PLEAS.
P2i ;'H~ g- Fra 2 . ' . i::rriet ..
t l . :n1 Elz ' : . l l , b
YOU ill' liE~l:Y6E~d.'NE ...
' e're tini :: s e : a:: li t i
::e tl , pa of s .e:. ~ e it :v
upouj ii i I~ I ii t ev ee w : an
afrea . 'h Vi
I e- ca ind them in my s11 tore.
When- I arins I do not
mean lit tle --ails' tbrown out to
catch the 111snspctinrg, nor do I
mean to palm oIff oid shelf-worn
aucti In g'ood. I will zive my
n ptrians an t) rort!In1y to 'rel. theI
advantage of Competition, and I
will keep my1 competitors guess
in, as to what 1 am oin to (10
with mry big stock. I have al
w,ys lbeen the leader here and I
propose to keel) that which I have
COMr-E TO SEE ME.
THE MANNINO HARDWRE PA 1 NY
Oer the following at lowest prices:
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters, various sizes and
Stovepipe and Stovepipe Elbows, all sizes.
Steampipe Ffittings and Connections,
alves, Insuators, Etc.
Rubber Packing, Rubber: Belting, Etc.
Tobacco Flues, any dimensions. mrade at our store.
Housekeepers' Kitchen Utensils.
Farm Tools and Implements and Tools for
iners, blacksmiths. guinsmiths. machinists, carpenters, horse
arriers and shoemakers.
Housebuilders' Hardware, Locks. Hinges,
astening , etc.
0-alvanized Decorated Tin Toilet Sets, at
$1.00 per set.
Grindstones, Oil Stoves, Axes, Steel
Traps, Saws, etc.
Razors, Strops, Clippers, Shears, Scissors and But
ton Hole Scissors.
Guns, Shells, Cartridges, Shot, Powder and Caps.
Cut Nails, Wire Nails, Finishing Nails, Bolts,
Nuts, Washers. etc.
Sheet T'iu, Sheet iron. Sadder. Babbitt Metal, etc.
Hard ware. Tinuware. Ag~atew are. S toveware, Potware. etc.
Horse atnd Mule Shoes, and Horseshoe Nails.
Prices of all goods guaranteed the lowest.
Firank P. iibrvin, MVanager.
WILL YOU RE3AD?2
A $3.5 Scwing Machiine 1 quire good Paper 4c
for - - - 819 33 1 pa~ck good Env-elopes 4c
Guaranteed first class. t0e bj4.ttle sewing ma
Best Plaid Hlomesiaun oc .il - 4
A be Damer - 4c
1 yd wide harvest y-el- --o iuodCl
low Hlomespun~ - c <;r - -til~ (- 2c
A iNo. 1 D~rill, 8c. for .Wii P e
1 vd wide Bleach - - c oI - - - 2
The Standard 'ali cues ~~~w~ps - 2
Heavy T-8 Sh~eeting c~1J 'bU- 2
I vd wide Sea Island I.A uinedwo
i doz Lead Peuncils ~ 4lrhr 8
1 qt Bucket - cIIvolUdsit 2c
Come andlook an ge prieins apect- u
goods.- - S
All these bargainseat-the
C. W KENALL, Trblete-or.
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FC'R
he Best ~Market.
.Qi11 v SIl.OO Pe'r Pa~eir.
This i th set to buy. We
Qttrantee ever pair :I if it does not
e sisfacion, we Q urnd your money.
SHOESL ANDT CTHING.
We h lave a hir.e stoc~ -' Sh:eshand and can offer
'oil big barii~ns.
in's Shoes. s;od for $1.25, only 9Se.
.Men's Shoes, sold for $1.50, only $1.35.
Men's Shoes, sold for $1.75. only $1.50.
Mien's S.hos from $2.00 to 44.50, unequallei.
L iet~s' lhoes, sold for 51.15, only 9Se.
Lalies s, sold for $1.23, only $1.00.
L:djics' h "s, sold for $1.50, only $1.35.
Ladies' Shoos, from $2.00 to $1.00, unequalled.
The larest stock of Clothing in town.
Coffees. Sc. per l). up. Tobaccos, 20c. per lb. up Sugars,
meats. Rice and Canned Goods always on hand. Call and
see us. Yours respectfully.
H3ARVIN & BARRON.
* 5MALL PROFITS
HARDWARE, STOVES, HARNESS.
THE DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY is now
open and ready for business.
We have the best and cheapest stock in town.
Before you buy. examine our Hardware, Cut
lery, Stoves, Guns, Pistols, Ammunition, Har
ness. Saddles, Lamps, Crockery, China, Glass,
Agate, Galvanized and Tin Ware, Harness,
Lace and Sole Leather. Horse and Mule Shoes,
Horse Shoe. Cut. Wire and Finishing Nails,
- -Machine Oil, etc.
We have on hand the New Deering Mowing
Machine and Rake. The Kentucky Three Roll
Cane Mills and Evaporating Pans.
Eight Ball Croquet Sets, chean.
SOrders by mail given promp!t attention.
S All for the cash.
Ai. C. DAViS, Manager.
232 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON S. C.
state Agents for the sale of
Wholes:. ' Tin Plate,
g ~buse suPPlies,
r -:h- , avn
ngGords, i zedGutter
CU Ye\ords adPie
over 200 diateren~ styles of (Cooking and IHeating Stoves. Also Oil Cookers and Heater
We wanit the leai:ng meicrchant in every town in the State to sell our line of Stoves.
We ienerantee t'n!l protecti -n in bis territory to each agernt. we appoint If not sold in
your town send to us for cuts and priees..
TH CAROINA GROCERY COMPANY
Successors of BOYD BROS.
TOMAS WILSON, PFeident.
-A. iAT ~D
195 East Bay - - Charleston, S. C.
Percival Manufacturing Co.
Doorsn Sash and Blinds.
748 to 486 IYEETING ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
E-iTA LIYHED 1868.
r L. W. ]FOLSOM,
sva n : : . C.
-- A U.IG LINE OF~ --
~ ;~. Birthday, Weddig~ and Christmnas Presents
- WATCHES, DIAMONDS
Fine Sterling Silver Clocks, Optical Goods,
Firae 1:t .,, s xr 1.:,oi s, ealdre Needht-s, etc