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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20
Entered at the Post O?ce at Sumter, S.
C., <ts Second Class Matter.
POSTAL DIRECTORY.
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"Tue Money Order Delivery is Open every day
daring the week, from S A. M. to 4 P. M.
Southern and Northern Mails close 7.30 P.
M. Both Mails Open S A. M.
Sundays-Both Mails close at 6 P. M. Gene
t?l Delivery Open from S to 9 A. M.
?rricals and Departures of County Mails.
BishopvilleMails leave on Monday's Wednes?
days and Fridays, G A. M., and arriveat 7
P. M. same days.
Smithville and Providence Mails arrive
ba Mondays, Wednesday's and Fridays, at 12
M., a iel leave 2 P. M. the same davs.
JNO. A. WHITTEMORE/ P. M.
LKONA RD W. COKBBTT, Assistant P. M.
During the past week three negroes have
di?d in this vicinity.
Dr. D. J. Auld, Capt. G. M. Cordes and
T. B. Fraser, Jr., were elected deacons of the
Presbyterian Church, on last Sunday.
Mr. B. A. Hussey has been elected keeper
of the Poor House, and will take charge of it
on the 7th of next January.
The choir of the Presbyterian Church will
give a dime reading'at the residence of Rev.
J. L. Bartlett this evening. Ten cents will
admit you. Let everybody go.
:Ard?sira5??"place, between Lynchburg and
BisBoptille fs advertised ia this paper for sale.
Apply to J. H. Huggins.
The choicest confectioneries beautifully put
?p ia packages can be bad at Spann & Rus?
sell's.
Messrs. Harby Bros. now have on the way
twelve car loads of corn which can be bought
at the lowest figures, consistent with market
prices; See their advertisement.
T!ie attention of farmers is directed to the
.advertisements of Messrs. Baugh & Sons, deal?
ers rn Fertilisers. Their manures have been
osed for many years, and we have no doubt
are known to many. Their prices are low.
Some unknown parties made a raid on Mr.
WV F. Rh'?me's fowl house the other night,
and carried away the last chicken he had.
Mr. Wroten has removed his Harness shop
to the Corner of Main and Republican streets,
-under the Photograph Gallery.
Messrs. Henry Spann, Archie China, and
Eenry Cuttino present a fine appearance in
their military uniforms. They have come
home to spend Christmas.
Oar County Auditor, Mr. Charles Spencer,
on account of his health, left with his family
this morning for his old home at Bishopville,
Mr. W. N. Raffieid has charge of the ofiice.
Mr. R. P. Monaghan sold last Saturday, a
horse and a mole which had been returned by
some of bis lienors, for twenty-five dollars.
The horse alone, when bought by him last
April for his lienor, cost sixty-five dollars.
An old mule which had weathered the sum- j
mer through, for the advancement of a lien- j
agriculturist, and which had been returned j
to !ts legal owner, occasioned much laughter j
av.? comment last Saturday afternoon by be- I
: cg auctioned off, and knocked down to thc i
highest bidder for the sum of one dollar.
H. F. Wilson, Esq., accompanied by his
?Viend, W. J. Beard, Esq., left Sumter last
Su:iday night for Savannah, where he will
be married this'evening. The Watchman and
:\v.ihron familv wish them a long and happy
Ife.
? Mr. Johannes Brentsch who has been living
e*>r several years in the Mechanicsville neigh?
borhood, sent some time ago, through the
Commissioner of Immigration, to Switzland,
for his family, who, much to his joy, arrived
.a Sumter this, moraine;.
Three negroes, caught stealing Mr. Retten?
berg's chickens, were committed last Saturday
to jail, where they will spend their. Christmas j
v holidays and- debate the impracticability of ?
??atiog'ehickea pie when said chickens are not j
legally" inteuded to season their crust.
W??ave heard it intimated that some, of
o'lrrmost settled townsmen, such as Dr. China,
wL Graham, Mr. Isadore Hoyt, and'one of
our4>reacbers are "arranging for an ' old-fash
5(.ned coon-hunt. Verily, there's life in the
-i'd land yet. . Their respective places of busi?
es will be closed oa the day after their
-viurn.
Last Wednesday afternoon quite a serious
-ff?ir occurred at Bishopville between two
..ierds, Messrs. Jim Carnes and Melvin Wil?
ina?, who commenced playing and joking
.i:h each other, and for some cause it finally
?nded by Mr. Williams cutting Mr. Carnes
.w'ce, which the at?cn?injr physicians have
ronounced serious. Mr. Williams has depart
Z for parts unknown.
Our enterprising fellow Citizens, Messrs. j ?
Harby Bros., have under construction ai,
forty-five by sixty-five building, in which, in j (
a very short time, a planing machine, now at ,
the dewt, will be put up. The Junior mern- ! ,
ber informed us yesterday that this enterprise ! '
is preparitory to a permanent Sash and Blind I !
Factory. j {
The Central Railroad has been leased to the j j
North-Eastern Railroad Company and the j (
Wilmington, Columbia & Augusta Railroad j
Company for ninety-nine years. The agree- j 1
Triant was entered into on the 29th of No ? j
'vember last, and recorded in the Clerk's office j
in Sumter, on last Thursday. The sum of i ,
thirty thousand dollars annually, in eonsider
of this lease is to be paid in quarterly install?
ments by the lessees.
The Colombia Register does not reach us
regularly on the day of issue, but we are in?
formed that it ?3 not the fault of the proprie- i ^
tor nor of our Postmaster, Mr. Whittemore, j
both of whom have used their best efforts to
give us the Register on the same day it is pub?
lished. They are still working to make some
definite arrangement to this end, and we hope !
they will succeed. It is a shame that we have j ^
keen compelled, to wait a whole day after j ,
publication to get a daily paper 40 miles
away, while other points hundreds of miles
away enjoy this privilege.
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Religious.
Te are informed that an adjourned meeting
of the Presbyte y ;>f Harmony was held at
Mayesvilleon Tuesday; last. As is usually
the case at these extraordinary meetings, the
attendance was small ; but sufficient to con?
clude the only two items of business brought
before the body.
^ Tbe.first of these referred to the dissolution
of the Pastoral relation, which has subsisted
for some years, between the Brewington Church
-.nd the Rev." James McDowell. Leave was
j.sked and obtained to dissolve this relation ?n
order that Mr. McDowell might accept a call
from the Manning Church for his whole time.
Tbe second item was in reference to the dis?
solution of the Pastoral relation between the
Midway Cbnrch and thc Rev. Mr. Perry,
mainly with a view to the re-esfah?shment of j 1
a joint pastorate between that Church and the \ j
Bethel Church. Weare pleased to learn that j j
the Midway Church made considerable pro- j
t 'ess under Mr. Perrv's ministry.
Attempt to Break out of Jail.
The tranquility of the jail circle was some- j <
' vi disturbed on last Saturday afternoon j 1
v five of the prisoners trying to overpower j !
i? * jailor, Mr. Weeks, in order to make their i
?cape, and which attempt would have prov- j j
d successful in the general stampede, but for ?
' be timely assis*ance of Tom Summers, a pris- . 1
uer, who sprang to the door and locked it, j
- '"ore the five could effect a wholesale libera- j ]
' 0D? .O?rij1 ."cr?e prisoner, Isaac Gardner, got j
- way, aq-^-aiibough ihe jailor was seized at ? I
. ie time, he succeeded in drawing his pistol ; 1
. ad firing: t*Av/ shots at Gardner, which must j ?
ave hit him, as it is reported that a wounded j I
. egro was picked up last Sunday morning i i
ire? miles from Sumter and carried off. In !
- ppreciation of Summer's assistance. Mr. .'
?*~ks yesterday paid his flue and he was re- j's
leased from jail. i
Death of Mr. J. H. Dinkins.
The shocking intelligence reached us on
yesterday morning by telegraph, that Mr.
Joseph H. Dinkins, the brother of our towns?
man Dr. Dinkins, was run over by the cars,
near Houston, Texas, on Saturday last, and
died on the following morning. Mr. Dinkins
was chief engineer on the New York, Texas
and Mexican R. R., and had won for himself
a fine reputation as an efficient and able engi?
neer. His wife has been lying at the point of
death for some weeks, each day promising to
be her last. His mother and sister went out
on a visit to bim some months ago, and are
now at his home.
We tender our sincerest condolence to the
afflicted and profoundly sympathize with
them in their sad affliction.
Sudden Death.
Mr. Wm. Benbow, an old citizen of the Mt.
Clio neighborhood in this County was found
dead on last Sunday, a short time after walk?
ing out of the house. It is supposed that
Apoplexy or Heart Disease was the cause.
He was about sixty-five years old, and never
married.
Unfortunate Accident.
Jenny James, and aged negro women, was
run over near the Depot, by the western?
bound train at two o'clock yesterday. Both
of her legs were broken and her head was bad?
ly injured. Drs. Blandiag ?and Mood were
called on, who amputated one of' the limbs.
Her injuries are regarded as very serious.
We learn that the unfortunate woman died
from her injuries last night.
--
Don't make your purchases for Christmas
or New Years, until you see the elegant and
cheap presents at D. J. Auld's.
K. of H.
The following officers were elected last eveo
ing to serve Lodge No- 107T K. of H., for the
ensuing year :
S. Mi DINKINS, Dictator.
MARION MOISE, Vice-Dictator.
HERMAN SCHWERIN, Asst. Dictator.
W. J. BEARD, Guide.
F. C. HICKSON, Chaplain.
H. S. DARBY. Reporter.
W. F. RHAME, Financial Reporter.
H. RYTTENBERG, Treasurer.
R. F. HOYT, Guardian.
A. DeLEON MOSES, Sentinel. .
I. SULZBACHER, Past-Dictator.
W. H. CUTTINO, )
A. MOSES, V Trustees.
W. R. DELGAR, J
M. G. RYTTEFBERG. Rep. to G. L.
W. H. CDTTINO, Alternate.
The K. of H. Oyster Supper, as announced,
came off last night at Music Hall. The excel?
lency of the bi-val ves was long and thorough?
ly discussed, affording a good opportunity
for every one present to attend to their busi?
ness. A few speeches were made, and at a
reasonable hour the company dispersed in
good order.
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Christmas goods in endless variev at D. J.
Auld's.
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Masonic Election.
At the annual election of Beulah R A.
Chapter No. 25, held on Dec. 6th, 1881, the
following Companions wtre elected for the
ensuing Masonic year :
Comp. M.G . RYTTENBERG, M. E. H. P.
" ALTAMONT MOSES. E. K.
" WM, M. GRAHAM, E. S.
" JOHN B. JOHNSON, C. of H.
" CHAS. E. BARTLETT, P. S.
" HARRY RYTTENBERG, Treasurer.
" THOS. C. SCAFFE, Secretary
C? CF. H. BULTMANN, R. A. C.
11 C. F. A. BULTMANN, G. M. 3d. Veil.
? A DELEON MOSES, G. M. 2d. ?
" ERNEST BULTMANN, G. M. 1st. "
" R. M. JONES, Sentinel.
The officers elect will be installed on Mon?
day night Dec. 26th, 1881, at S o'clock.
Afterwards an oyster supper will be served to
which the Companions of the Ohapterin town
and count" are cordiallv invited.
At the last communication of Claremont
Lodge 64, A.*. F.-. M.*. the folIowing*breth
ren, were elected to serve during the ensuing
masonic year:
Bro. J. B. ROACH. W. M.
" J. E. RYTTENBERG, S. W.
" W. MOULTRIE DELORME. J. W.
" H. RYTTENBERG, Treasurer,
" W. F. RHAME. Secretary,
" A. RYTTENBERG. S. D.
" W. J. BROWN. J. D.
" E. V/. A. BULTMAN, 1 ?
" MARION SANDERS, /?levviiras
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Jewelry at a small advance above cost, is
being sold during the holidays by F. H Fol?
som & Bro. A fine assortment on hand.
"Wedgefield at its Best.
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The Drama-A Feast for the Eye and for
the Appetite.
Ye editor rolled in among the blazing lights
5f the "coming city" at about 7 o'clock on
Friday night last. After warming thorough?
ly t^and he needed it,) he was given a Tront
seat in the Academy (of Music)-a front seat
jn condition that he would write up the play
ibout to come off. The "Academy" was
Siled to overflowing, and it was no little
:hing to have a good seat given to you on
iccount of your editorial grace, while others,
'ar better looking than yourself, had to stand
)R tiptoe to see.
We are writing this in the "Academy" just
before the curtain rises, and it may be as well
:o say now as at any other time that the
..harades and supper to follow, are given by
:he Wedgefield folk to aid io the erection of a
baptist Church in their midst. Some one
>ta iding by says it is a doubtful experimeDt
:o have to erect a church by fiddling. As for
as, we had as soon fiddle up a church as to
jet one in any other way. David played
apon the harp and timbrel, and would have
clayed, doubtless, upon a fiddle if be had had
sne.
But the curtain is rising, and we are now
to hear the affecting story of the Last Loaf.
The plot of the play is briefly as follows;
Daleb Hansom and his son are both in love ! {
erith Mark Ashton's daughter. The son has j '
Lhe best hand. The father appeals to Mark
Ashton and bis wife for aid in winning their
laughter's hand. He is repulsed, and then
threatens to have the girl anyhow. He
seduces the father in drinking ; the property
is all sold, and while they stand around the
table on which lies the "last loaf he asks
igain for the daughter's hand. He is repuls?
ed again. His son finally returns home in
jase and wealth, takes the girl, Mark Ash?
ton reforms, and the elder Hansom is left in
he cold without a wife, just as every man
>ught to be who seeks to get one by dishone?
st means.
The parts in this piece were remarkably
well played, considering the fact that the per
brmers were amateurs. John Ryan, a Barn- j
?veil ooy, in the employ of Moore & Co., im- j
personated Mark Ashton, and played well the j
>art of a drunken m-n, while it is doubtful J
whether John knows what the taste of j
tvhiskey is.
Mr. Montgomery-(we didn't learn wheth- |
:r bis nam? was Jim or Bob, bat we'll cr.ll !
jim Bob ) created much amusement as Dick;
the baker. He represen ted himself as a gen?
tleman of learning, who used the dictionary
for a pillow. His refrain throughout the
play, was that he never dropped a slice of
oread, except it fell buttered side down.
Mr. Graham, as Caleb Hansom, did bis
oart well.
Peter Mellet, came in as Tom Chubbs, a
butcher %vho stuttered violently. He was
"oiled in love by Dick. Ile was, however, a
generous soul, willing to sell goods to the poor
'ow down for cash. This grade ol generosity j
is not a verity.
Ye reporter didn't know the names of the f
ictresses until after \h*. play, and as compari- j
ions are odious, he will just say they alt did I
their parts well, and deserve eredit.
The play of Box and Cox which was pre?
sented in our Music Hall last fall created con?
siderable mirth, and was acted finely from be?
ginning to end, except that Mrs. Bouncer skip?
ped a portion of what she had to say, aud
created a little disorder^ This skipping was
unexpected and out of place, as Mrs. Bouncer
was the only women ever known to skip any?
thing that she had to say.
At a lillie after ten, tbe curtain fell, and
the drama closed. The audience then repair?
ed toa vacant building in which the ladies
had prepared a magnificent supper. Pig's and
turkeys and chickens, roasted, baked and in
pies; rice-pileau, oysters, coffee, salads, mut?
ton, sheep and lambs, b&ked, boiled and bar?
becued ; custards, floats, fruit.?, lemonade, &c,
ad infinitum, were arranged on tables an'!
shelves and counters. Certainly five hundred
could have been fed. About a hundred and j
fifty ate, some of whom did weil-yes, ex
cediugly well.
On the whole, both entertainments were
successful, and brought in about one hun?
dred and fifty dollars.
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Call at F. H. Folsom & Bro.'s and see the
improved Safety Lamp.
Fresh groceries ordered for the Christmas
holidays, have just arrived at Spann & Rus?
sell's.
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Bradstreet's estimate places the cotton crop
of the current year at 5,014,170 bales.
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Cause and Effect.
The main cause of nervousness is indiges?
tion, and that is caused by weakness of the
stomach. No ODe can have sound nerves and
good health without using Hop Bitters to
strengthen the stomach, purify the blood, and
keep the liver and kidneys active, to carry off
all the poisonous and waste matter of the
system -Advance. _
Apples, Oranges, Nuts, Candies and every?
thing else to suit Santa Claus' taste, can be
found at Spann & Russell's.
Christmas, New Years and Birthday Cards,
at D. J. Auld's. -
S. L. McBride, of the firm of McBride &
Co., wholesale crockery merchants, Atlanta,
Ga., who bas been a great sufferer from
Catarrh, says : "After having tried all the
best medical skill in thc United States, and
every known remedy. I was cured with S. S.
S." The King of all Specifics for blood dis?
eases. Purely vegetable. Price, $1,00 and
SI.75 per bottle.
Dr. Moffett'sTeethina (Teething Powders,)
will cure your child. For sale by all drug?
gists and country merchants.
M??M^mWm.
Stanley's China Hall.
Messrs. J. C. Stanley & Bro., Columbia.
S. C., have enlarged their China Hall, adding
immensely to their fine Stock of China, Glass,
Earthenware, Silverware, Lamps, Toys,
Games, Children's Carriages, and Housekeep?
ing goods, and, yet further, have put very low
prices to fully compete with other markets.
Write to or call on them, and entire satisfac?
tion will be guaranteed.
Holloway's Pills-Never Despair.
Something that never fails-Fever and
Ague-To the sick it is of little consequence
bow they are cured, whether from a rational
view of the disease or by the rules defined for
the guidance of the profession, so long as the
cure is certain and expeditious. To a suffer?
ing man the question on the relative merits of
quinine or calomel is uninteresting. The
faculty may wrangle and discuss their vari?
ous theories, but Dr. Holloway's treatment
dispels doubt ere the disciples of Esculapius
have finished the first stage. Holloway's Pills
are the only remedies which effect a speedy
and radical cure without danger of a relapse.
Important Caution.-None are genuine un?
less the signature of J. HAYDOCK, surrounds
each box of Pills and Ointment. Boxes at 25
cents, 02 cents and Si each.
^35r~ There is considerable saving by taking
the larger sizes.
HOLLOWAY & CO., New York.
Oct 25
GOOD COFFEE.
Everybody wants it, but very few get it,
because most people do not know how to
select coffee, or it is spoiled in the roasting
or making. To obviate these difficulties
has been our study. Thurber's package
Coffees are selected by an expert who un?
derstands thc art of blending various fla?
vors. They are roasted in the most perfect
manner (it is impossible to roast well in
small quantities), thea put in pound paek
a?< s(t'/i the bean, not ground,) bearing our
si.sr'iature as a j-ruarantM of genuine -3S,
and each package contains the Thurber
recipe for making good Coffee. Wc
pack two kinds, Thurber's "No. 34,"
strong and pungent, Thurber's "No. 41,"
mild and rich. Ono or the other will
suit every taste. They have the three
great points, good quality, honest q:tan
iity, reasonnjle price. Ask your Grocer
for Thurber's roasted Coffee in pound pack?
ages, "JVb. 34" or "Ao. 41." Do not be put
off with tiny other kind-your own palate
Will tell you what is best.
Whoro persons desire it we also, furnish
tho "JcfertZ" Coffee-pot, tho simplest, best
and cheapest coff.-e-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respectfully, ?fcc.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters. New York.
P. S.-As thc lar^: -st dealers in food pro?
ducts in the world, wo consider it our in
tc-r<-st to manufacture only pureand whole?
some goods and pack them in a tidy and
satisfactory manner. All goods bearing
our name are guaranteed to be of superior
quality, pure and wholesome, and dealers
are authorized to refund the purchase
price in any case where customers have
cause for dissatisfaction. It is therefore
to the interest of both dealers and con?
sumers to use Thurber's brands.
SPANK & RUSSELL,
GROCERS,
Envite yon to Call and
Examine
THEIR
WELL SELECTED
STOCK OF
CHRISTMAS
GOODS.
I BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
Fine Christmas Candies
JUST RECEIVED.
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increased prostration and ?inking chills. At this time I began the use of your IBOK TONIC, from which I re?
alized almost Immediate and wonderful resulte. The old energy returned and I found that my natural force
was not permanently abated. I bavo ased three bottles of the Tonic. Since using lt I have done twice the la?
bor that I over did in the same time during my illness, end with doable th" ease. With tho tranquil nerve
and vigor of body, hos come also a clearness of thought corer before enjoyed. If the Tonic baa not done the
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LADIES OF SOUTH 6AB6?N?
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THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY CALLS YOUR ATTFNTION TO HIS
Large and attractive stock of
LACE, CURTAINS,
Carpets and Oil Clotns.
Will send to any responsible parson an Express package ot Curtains, by the yard and by
the pair. The prices are VERY REASONABLE. Will answer PROMPTLY any letters
on the subject.
Dress Goods and Trimmings.
In this Department I ara prepared to fill orders for all of the new and desirable things that
you mav wish.
CLOAKS, DOLMANS AND JACKETS.
The Largest Stock to be found in the State. Also, ULSTERS in all sizes.
R. M. McINTIRE,
December 13 4 WILMINGTON, N. C.
msmtsmam ?? **** 1 1 sass.ss aggas a - sass r-?
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STEEL IMPLEMENTS.
Farquhar's Celebrated Iron Heel Stock.
Farquhar's Hinged Wood Heel Stock.
Towers' Light Iron Heel Stock*
Avery's Walking Cultivator.
Expanding Jersey Cultivator-Iron Frame.
HART & CO.,
CORNER OF KING AND MARKET STREETS,
_. CHARLESTON, S. C._
/^^^^i^^W^ Eke Largest aad Most Complete
^^^^W^ftfp:if2$pc^^^^ 2 ^blishmeat South.
GEO. S. HACKER & SON,
Established 1842.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Office and Warerooms, King, opposite
Cannon Street.
Yards Wolfe Street and Railroad Avenue.
MANUFACTURERS OF
DOORS, SASH,
BLINDS,
AND BUILDING MATERIAL.
Sep 20_ly
Wi. M. mm* mm?w>
201 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
DKAJ.KKS IN
Ready Mixed Paints,
WHITE LEAD AND PAINTERS' MATERIALS.
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PAINT OILS, MACHINE OILS AND BURNING OILS,
GLUE AND SPIRIT BARRELS.
A (JENTS FOR
HOWE'S SCALES, MARVIN'S SAFES.
TI?IC ABOVE SOLD AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
P. MORAN,
NEW HARDWARE STORE,
MEETING STR???,
Corners Market and Hayne-Sts.
Charleston, S. C.
HAVING SELECTED. PERSONALLY, MY
Large and Varied Stock
OF
HARDWARE,
AND HAYING PURCHASED ALL
FOR CASH,
I am confident that I can
OFFER BARGAINS
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
FAN MILLS,
FEED CUTTERS,
CORN SHELLERS.
MILL STONES,
BOLTING CLOTHS,
BOLTING WIRE,
-AND
AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS.
THE CHAMPION
BARB WIRE FENCING,
AND
WOVE WIRE FENCING,
RUBBER BELTING.
LEATHER BELTING,
ROWING MACHINES,
TURPENTINE TOOLS,
etc., etc., etc.
GUNS
AND
PISTOLS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
A general assortment of Foreign and
Domestic Hardware,
-ALSO
My stock guaranteed against any in the
State, and satisfaction icarrant d.
P. MORANT,
MEETING-STREET, CORNERS MARKET
AND HAINE STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Nov. 8
MANUFACTURER OF
HAENESS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Army McClellan Saddles,
English Somerset Saddles,
Large and Handsome Assortment of
LAP-ROBES,
HORSE-BLANKETS*
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Largest and Most Complete Estab?
lishment of the Kind in the
STATE.
Factory and Salesroom 137 Meeting-st.
CHARLESTON S. C.
EDWIN BATES ft 00.,
DEY GOODS
-AND
CLOTHING,
-AT
WHOLESALE.
122, 124, 126 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Aug. 16 3
BOYD BROTHERS,
Wholesale Grocers,
LIQUOR DEALERS AND
General Clip Hits,
No. 197 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Aug. 16 '_3_
RICE! RICE!! RICE!!!
PLANTERS AND MERCHANTS WILL
take notice that we are prepared always
to pay tlie best market price for rice, or will
sell on commission any shipments they may
entrust to us.
HENRY BISCHOFF k CO.,
Charleston, S. C.
September 20 6m
ADAMS, DAMON & CO,,
No. 18 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTONS S. C.,
DEALERS IN
STOVES, RANGES,
GR A TES,
MABBLE AND SLATE MANTELS,
Pump?, Lead and Iron Pipe, Sheet Lead,
Fire bricks, Tiles, Terra Cotta Drain Pipes,
and Chimney Tops.
"BRID?T r??s?Nfsr
STERLING SILVER
-AND
Rich Jewelry.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
JAMES ALLAN'S,
307 KING-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sep 20 _ ly
JOSEPH FT NORRIS,
Grand Furniture Warerooms,
Parlor, Chamber and Dining Roora Suits,
from the most costly to the clmij'cst. Exten?
sion and Marhle Top Tables, Spring Mattress?
es, Chairs. What-Nots, kc, kc.
Call in person cr send your crdcrs for fur?
niture in all of its branches.
Nos. 217 d'? 219 AV?.; St rr ci,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
September 20 ?j
Removal.
P. & A. J.
Have Removed into their New
Stables on Liberty Street.
ON HAND.
One Car-load Well-broke Driving and
Draft Horses, and One Car-load Well
broke Meies, ?/arge and Small.
OUR LIVERY.
Our "Business in this Line Will be Con?
tinued with Increased Facilities.
Special Bargains on Hauling Contracta.
PURCHASES
Will find it to their interest to call and
examiue Stock before buying elsewhere.
Sept. 27
F. W. WACESEU. GEO. A. WAGENER
F W. W?GcNER & CO?
WHOLESALE
Grocers and Liquor Dealers,
COTTON FACTORS,
Turpentine, Rosin and Hice Dealers,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
We keep one oftbe largest STOCKS that
has ever been offered in the South, and is
complete in every respect, and we propose to
compete for the trade with any market in the
United States.
We have our new building completed,
which is conceded to be t??c ?afgest Grocery
House in the country, and we have our Stock
under one roof, which enables us to handle
goods to the verv best advantage.
Our imported "WINES and LIQUORS are
brought ont by U3 direct te bond, and we
warrant our* goods absolutely pure. Oar
OLD CROW RYE and OLD NIC CORN
WHISKEY is so well konwn that they re?
quire no comment. We would, however,
call attention to oar stock of very old
FRENCH BRANDY, SCOTCH and IR?SH
WHISKEY, JAMAICA and St. CROIX
RUMS, MADEIRA, SHERRY and PORT
WINES.
We are prepared to fill Sample Orders for
LIQUORS, or will send samples cf any Goods
we bare in stock.
-o-~
SUMMER BEV?R?C??Sv
GINGER ALE, CIDER,
LEMON SUGAR, LEMON SYRUP"S>
LIGHT WINES.
CHAMPAGNES.
Wc are Agents for the best ?n?pn?fed
CHAMPAGNES, and sell at same prices as
the New York Agents.
COVINGTON*,KY., May ?,- ?881.
Office of Fd. Burkbolder, Chemist, &c.
I have carefully analyzed: a sample of
"OLD CR^W WHISKEY,"
distilled for and controlled by Messrs. F. W.
Wagoner & Co., Charleston S. C., and find rt
free from all impurities,- and- recommend it fot
famiiy and medicinal use. Fd. Burkholder,
Analytical Chemist.
AGE?TS FOfR
BEEF AND PORK PACKERS,
FLOUR MILLS,
FAIRBANKS' SCALES,
STULTZ'S CELEBRATED TOBACCO,
GULLET'S IMPROVED COTTON GIN,
KNICKERBOCKER HOLLAND GIN,
JULES MUMM CHAMPAGNES,
TOLU ROCK AND RYE,
ORIENTAL GUNPOWDER.
Sept. 20,*^ _ Ty.
lilis,
STERLING SILVER,
-AND
RICH JEWELRY.
Orders Promptly Attended to
-AT
S. THOMAS, Jr., & BRO.,
27S KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
December 6.
W?LBERN & PIEPER,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
AND DEALERS IN
Provisions, Lips, Totara, k
167 and 169 East-Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C. .
Dec. 2 6
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON, I
Wholesale Merchants.
-o
PURCHASERS AND DEALERS IN
Iron and Metals, of all Kinds. ?
HIDES, FURS AND SEINS. ?
WOOL, WAX, RAGS, PAPER ,
STOCK AND COTTON.
Cotton Ties, Neic and Spliced, ;
Circulars of Prices furnished on application. 1
-0
F. O. BOi 549,
CHARLESTON, S. C. . ?
February 10_ly ?
wm* !
i.i
i
HATTER.
September 20 _ 3m
J. MONROE TAYLOR
ESTABLISHED ISM.
W^13 W j
The whitest, nicest and best goods made.
Guaranteed pure, superior in quality and %
style Of package to any brand m the j I
world. Takes less quantity to do the J
same work. Ask your grocer for it, an*? ?
*havc no other- .
jr. AL. ivf???T
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, (
OFFICE SOUTH SIDE DUGAN bf., ?
SUMTER, S. C. ll
Autr 2 tf ? r
New Advertisements.
A-?EATTY'S PIANOFORTE?
, Magnifie nt holiday presents ; s?sare
grand pianofortes, four very handsome round
corftera, rosewood cases, three unisons,
Beatty'* matchless iron frames, stool, book<
corer, hosed, $222.75 to S297.50 : catalogue'
prices, $800 to $1,000 : satisfaction 'guaran?
teed or monev refunded after one year's use :
upright pianofortes, $125 to S255; catalogue
prices, $500 to $800 ; standard pianofortes of
the universe, as thousands testify -? write for
mammoth list of testimonial-', : Beatty's cabi?
net organs, cathedral, church, chape!,
parlor, $30 upward: visitors welcome.' free
cariiage meets trains: illustrated catalogue
(holidav edition) free. Address or call trpofl
DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, N. J.
ODIUM ?'y B- M-WOOLEY, Atlanta,
I IU171 Ga. Reliable evidence giren,
HABIT ?ind reference to enfed patients
CURE.- and pysicians. Send for tay
book on The Habit and its Cure. Free.
Hospital Collis of Mia,
LOUISVILLE/ KY.
Course thorough and practical. Terms
liberal. For catalogue and terms address
DR. WM. H. BOLLING, De?n,
_408 Third Ave., Louisville, Ky.
dTi^T^fT A YEAR and expenses to agents.
?/ fi Outfit free. Address P. O. VICK?
ERY, Augusta, Maine. _oct-4
IT STANDS AT THE HEAD.
The Light Running
That it is the Acknowle?getf
LEADER IN THE TRADE
CANNOT BE DISPUTED.
Siany Imitate It
?one Equal Ii
The Largest Arme?
??te Lightest Running.
The* Most Beautiful Woodwork,
AND IS WARRANTED
fo he Made of ike Best Material.
To do Any and Alt Kinds of Work.
To he ?onipteU in ?vcry Respect.
Agents wanted-address
DOMESTIC S. ??. C?.
Richmond, Vi/
FOR SALE RT
?, ?. SOLOMONS,
SUMTER, S. O.
Dec 6 ?
i- co
CO WW
The L?iest The Best
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST
The handsomest ??'d most complete*
LARGE MM MACHINE
Yet prodTtccck
ILLUSTRATED CIRCULA2S SENT"
ON APPLICATION.
Victor Sewing Machine Co.,
Middletown, Conn.
?Southern OScc, No. C *i. Charfcs St, Baltimore, Md
Oct 4
PS?N8S ?g OEOAWS.
Grand Special Holiday Sale.
FOR CHRISTMAS, ISSI, makeyourselfand
family happy by the gift of a Piano or an
Organ,, that will fill your home wrlh* music,
not onlv for a dav, but fora lifetime.
SPECIAL HOLIDAY SALE.-300" first
class Instruments from six best makers ; 163
styles, all grades, all price?, bat no competi?
tion with cheap makers. Wc sdi none b?t
Reliable Instruments, from old makers. Others
may deceive purchasers with offers of $1,000
Pianos for $225, and Z7-Stop Organs for $65,
but we won't. Geld dollars can't bc bought
for 50 cents. True economy lies rn purchase
of a Reliable Instmment, cost what it njsy,
BEST INSTRUMENTS FOR LEAST MO
N'EY. is our claim, and In this we compete
iviib the world. Send for Catalogues and
3peci.il Holiday Sale Prices. Address
LUD DEN & BATES, Sav.-nnab, Q?m the
Sreat Wholesale Southern Piano and Organ
Dealers.
P?TiWfl
Ire continue td act asSolIdtors for Patents, Caveats,
rrade Marka, Copyrights, etc., for the United State*
:anada, cuba, England, France, Germany, etc We
lave had thirty-five yean' experience.
Patents obtained ttoougn os are noticed In tin scr
:NTIFIC AMERICAN. This large and splendid inns
tatedweeklypaper.$3.20ayear,showstliePft?gresi
f Science, is very interesting, and has .an enormow
?rculatlon. Address MUNN & CO., Patent Sollci
?rs. Pub's, of SCIENTIFIC AMERICAS, 37 Park Bow.
lewYork.. Hand book about Patents free
WE HAVE
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
DRESS AND BUSINESS SUITS
FOR
Overcoats, TJlster?, Ttefcwllai,
REVERSIBLES, ?
Of the most Fashionable Ma"kes.
1 Full Linc of Gcr.Cs Furnishing Goods.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
ri thc very best style. Call and see for your?
selves when in cur cit v.
MUNSON,
Clothier and Merchant Tailor.
31 N. FRONT-ST., WILMINGTON, N. C.
Nov 15 T
STARTLING
DISCOVERY!
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. :
A victim of youthful imprudence causing Prem?
nm Decay. Nervous DebMity. Lost Manhood, etc*
Laving tried in vam every known remedy, has d*
overed a pimple self cure, which he win send FB?B
0 h* feUow^affererf. address J. H. REEVES
13 Chatham St* S. Y.
BABBIT METAL.
^ IN MAKERS AND REI'AIRERS CAN
T find at the office of thc Watchmen and
luthron a supply of OLD TYPE METAL
.bicli is equal, if not superior to babbit metv
1 for their uses, it can oe bad st reasocsbj*
it?.

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