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FOUR NEW STATES.
.4RTH P K('TA. SWTT D.II OT. 20N
T.NA AND WASIIINGTON
To be Simultaneously Admitted
Unionby Proclamation of the Pr de
-The Direct Tax Sil Goes to the*Presi
dent for His Approval-What Was Said
and Done in Congress 7gteay _
WAsHINGTON, Feb2. 2 h-I$h hous
t v, immediately after the reading of
ournal, the contest over- the direct
jp ,l1was resumed, Caswell of Iowa
clling 'iij4the conference report as a
matter of privilege. - He declined to
vield to enable the Speaker to clear his
table of Senate bills, although be was
warned by Hooker of M
he had better do so. e
Crisp of Georgia raised the question
of consideration against the conference
report, stating that while he was willing
to give precedence to appropriation bills.
he would antagonize any other measures
with.a contested election case. -
The House determined-ye A-.
nays 93-to consider the conference
report; but Bland of Missouri moved a
reconsideration, having voted in the
affirmative to enable him to make that
Kelley moved to table the motion t
reconsider. The motion to table tl
motion to reconsider was approved -
yeas 159, nays 77-and Stewart of
Georgia proceeded to address the House
in opposition to the adoption of the
report. Referring to the speech made
by Grosvenor of Ohio, he declared that
it was calculated tob d' it n
between the North and youth, and he
protested solemnly against the issue
the gentleman sought to raise. He
(Stewart) did not raise it, and
be warned the gentleman that
Southern members were here to observe
constitutional requirements, obey the
eggagneytudtree to defend the flag;
but t x to be deterred
oat i ht by anything
senor denied that in the remarks
made by him, criticized by the gentle;
man from Georgia, he had used an
offensive language, or any language
which could be construed as a threat
0 against the p
was not open ibit
of conciliation rom the gentleman from
Georgia. He had never introdneed see
tionalism into any. i e -over albusi
ness proposition, and he never would.
Bland of Missouri opposed the confer
ence t, d 'elarin that the-object
f h wsnto squider tie money
that the opeq
ous dish stemn .of tag
Oates of Alabama, one of the conferees,
a4itat heai defused to sign the re
por 6eeuseof his unalterable, unwaver
ing opposition tth'biRI from the time
af its inception.
The constitutional features of the bill
Spine ei conferene
report on the Territorial bilL The bill
as agreed to in contaf oI.othes
the admission of the States of h
Dakota, South Dake.' l td
a u The Territory of.l lakota
d ne ft see t
-standard _ ~ 1due t
h the Westernr ..
t is ae t i C
adi hefu ne Stte bp am
ailbt wualf low Ri sti o
-upsen te rpin res,- eceptr&oti
name Spase ~ ~ wa toclearbi
Thue. reo m
The House went ittge
the whole on the post ropria
:tion bill. Little r ~ dE
th afnat b for the en
ssderation of busin sd .fom
the committee e.*omea '
Qn Sunday evening a negro woman
named Elvira Evans,~ whollives on Mr.
T. i :Patrick's place, was struck by
*ightning tShile sitting before the fire
place. The.bolt. in comi n ya4~ the
chimney slJeeda clocks ~ uth~
mantel, sor of the pieces strikn the
romnan on the head. ,Strange to say no
sheae eetc r~ felt, excegpt that
secomplained .ejdt in?g sawell.
About an hour after tlis s *,, however,
atZg woman suddenly fell fsom her chair
unconscious, and remained~o until earlf
Monday moping, which' is: the last
heard from her.-Winns ro Kews. A.
Miners Driven.~ DeperainT'
MINNEAPoMs, .Feb. 19.--Z special
from Helena, Mo'ntana, says A citical,
state of--agairs' prevails ait the C ~ ~
mining Th. 1e mines lm~ve been
closed & tof lack of 3muds and
~the.,men -c "been paid off~
anager King escae lynel:iug a few
days ago by the possessioni of a fast
horse. =The men had failed to receive
anything out of the sale or bullion.
Rioting'has occurred and more' ttouble
Germany Secures a N'ew i'a: ml Station.
TANGIERs, Feb. 20.-The rua.:n~r is cur
rent here that the Sultai: of Morocco
has granted the request ma~:de by Ger
many for a piece of coast near the Al
gprin frontier. It is the intention of
thet German government, report says, to
~found a naval station on the land ceded
by the Sultan.
STwo- Mormon Elders Lashed.
Batsrrr, Ga. Feb. 17.-About fiv'e
miles from tis place t wo Mormon El
ders were caught son Saturday ,,ught
The leader got 120) lashes and the other
85 lislies. They were theul allowed to
leave the community.
A Dividend for Swindled Creditors.
*WAsHmNGTON, Feb. 20.-The Comp
troller of~ the Currency has declared a
third dividend of 10 per cent. in favor
of the creditors of the State National
Bank of Raleigh, N. C. This makes in
all 40 per cent. on claims proved
amounting to $313,827. This bank
f.,led Mah 27,11m8
the To f Granite
ifferent ices Within
G ~vu.1t, '. C., Fe21.--A par
ially essful ttempt to burn Gran
itevie s thmiglast nigbh Three dis
tinct attempts to wipe out the town
were made. When the second blaze
was discovered the Augusta fire depart
ment was telegraphed for help in tight
ing the flames. When the truth dawned
upon the people that incendiaries were
working a concerted war of extermina
tion upon the place the indignation
knew no bounds, but did not check the
herculean efforts put forth by men,
m b gi ls to arrest the
frst blize was -seen at Dr. J. A.
Stothart's drug store, on Canal street,
just a minute.after midmght. About
the time the crowd had gathered an
other blaze in another part of the town
n and quickly subdued. A short
?te another. fire. appeared on
v 'streeiur?- te store occa
pied by Joseph Togneri. There was con
clusive proof in each eage. It is averred
that theptaces were fired by some par
ties. at present unknown-traces being
i ft to jus fv the assertion.
to -as Abgtoughly demoralized
Th6 fire-fighting apparatus
.vas entirely out of gear, hainmg been
used ahuost'_ sine. the :ot.On
fire. The fir" a' *ereall out at
the factory, , th Ae -d..been
strung out on hedges to dry. The men
of therepigr fire department did gal
ait w,:an'd-iis owing to the un
eeasing work of willing and b rave
hands that so little of the place is in
ashes this morni
Mr. Togueri se is; a-have enlisted the
special hatred of the torch handlers. A
month ago his bar was burnt, the fire
having been incendiary, and at the time
he lost. every thing he had. Suspicion was
aroused at the time, but efortsto place the
criminal failed. His second mistortune
will falPeavily upon him. He has no
idea who his enemies are.
J. A. Stothart, drugs, loses his store
and entire :stock, $6,000; -insurance,
M. lB. Timmerman. stock, to whose
store 1 e tire coniamunicated from the
drnubt 4re;1ses 4700; no insurance.
J. P. Lorenz. adjoining. loses on stock
$L000; no insurance.
'Bea-den & Jones, on same block,
building partially saved but the stock is
,"eked, loses $1,000; no insurance.
Mrs. J. B. McMillin, loss on building
$1,000; no insurance.
Geo. W. Platt, on residence, $t,000;
J. P. Lorenz, store, owned by the
Graiiiteville Manufacturing Company,
loss$1,000; no insurance.
J. Togneri, loss on stock $700; no in
It is impossible to learn other lossps
to-night. The total loss is $13,000.
'Eveiffort will be put forth to cap
tare d u#is} t'Ie, persons respon
dhle.f&> efird. it Sis sthe opinion of
some that the incendiary is resident
e - that, the fire at the drug store was
caued identally, and that when the
w the people going to
- o sidue the flames at the drug
st, hse aegpted the opportunity to ply
the torch, and did so at the barroom.
hief YO" -receiyed the request
roin e'raniei'efo; aid, and he was
making preparations to give some re
sponse to tho' appeal, when an alarm was
idunded in this:a city. After the local
fire was subdued, he ascertained that he
and sent no apparatus or men there.
NO FOUNDATION FOE IT.
That Atlanta . Special1 About Race
in North Carolina.
RAII~i, ~ CTb. 21.-A dispatch
~g~e~~ron~ Atlanta misrepre
etnte ple of "North Carolina.
Osays this State is, on:the verge ofa
tdrl~iehraee war; gitwing out of the
Aro,. exodus. There is absolutely ne
L odtooi.There is aslight exodus
buKiaodcnsas and Mississippi,
bu tis~ rdcnnoexcitement what.
eve." Tre'was^"some apprehension
(.Goldst a week .a o, because~of a
nel for . ~stor m eting of negroes,
couhed in terms regarded as danger
- somgg~ the Governor ordercd
l dsboro'b Raleigh military tom
pani to Eofd t Iimselves in riadiness
for action in case trouble should occur.
~eapprehension was over in a few
Whe meeting was as quiet as any
r. held. in the State, and there has
'd nothing in the nature of appre
SWALLOWED HER TEETH.
pi tN Do So to Prevent Choking.
Enterotomy to Be Tried to Save Her
BRIDGEPORT, Conn., Feb. 20.-Miss
Mary Green, living on state street,
partly swallowed a portion of her false
teeth yesterday during luncheon.
.["ne plate 'became fractured while
ticating the- leg of a partridge, and
t 6gold fraginents, with two of her
teeth, lodged in her throat.
Dr. Downs was summoned. H~e, wi.th
other medical assistance, were unable
to extricate the obstacle, and, conse
quently~to prevent the patient from
strangling to death, forced the teeth
Ths pring Mis.eGreen is suffering
istegejsternalpain, and. the physicians
Wi~tthift toremove the teeth by per
- THE NEW FRENCH CABINET.
Meline to be Prime Minister and DeFrey
cinet Minister of War.
,e. 21.-Several . papers here
state that the new Cabinet has almost
been completed and that M. Meline will
be Prime Minister and Minister of Agri
culture; M. DeFreycinet, Minister of
War: M. Barbey, Minister of Marine;
M. Constance, Minister of the Interior;
M. Rouvier, Minister of Finande; M.
Sarier. Minister of Justice; M. Loubet,
Minister of Public Works; and M. Don
tresme, Minister of Commerce. Selec
tions for Ministers of Foreign A ffairs
and Education have not yet been decided
THE SOUTHERN OUTRAGE MILL
To be Worked for all it is Worth by Re
.W~sNGTo!(, Feb. 21.-There was a
large attendance of Republican Senators
at a caucus this morning, to consider
the exediency of proceeding further
with the debate upon the resolution of
fered by the committee on privileges and
elections providing for an investigation
of elections in the South. After a free
interchange of opinion on the situation,
on motion of Senator Cullom, it was de
ided to take up the resolution after the
sundry civil appropriation bill has been
disposed of and press it to a vote. ItI
is expected that the Democratic Senators
will oppose the adoption of the resolu
io n to he bitter end.
A GAY Gtil, OF SIXTY-FIVE.
Cincinnati's "She" Carries off a Young
and Beautiful "Leo."
People in the West End, says the Cin
cinnati Enquirer, have been gossiping
with ceaseless activity over a recent
marriage. It is that of Mrs. Mattie A.
Hood, aged 65 years. to David A. Swift,
They were quietly married on the 22d,
without any fuss and feathers, by Rev.
J. Z. Tyler, the pastor of the Central
Christian Church, of which she is a
Mrs. Hood is a wealthy widow, whose
bright black eyes have flashed their
lightning glances on the young men of
the West End for a score of years or so.
She is the youngest antique lady that
probably ever tripped along Fourth
street as sprightly as a maiden of sweet
sixteen. She bad no hesitancy in openly
avowing that "she never would marry
an old man," and she'd have a young
husband half her age or none. Widow
Hood is the mother of three grown
children-two married daughters and a I
son-and the grandmother of eight, yet
in the grand matrimonial scramble for
a man she did not propose to get left,
nor was she.
Her husband is Mr. David A. Swift, a
canvasser for a sewing machine com
pany, and a young man of fine ap
pearance and great manly beauty. Mrs.
Hood possesses a wardrobe that would
be the envy of any lady in Cincinnati.
Eighteen months ago she had forty
three dress, and now it is said the num
ber has swelled to a hundred. They are
cat bias, polonaise, low neck and high
neck, of silk and satin, with and with
out tiassementeric and in the latest
Parisian mode known to the dressmak
er's art. She wears elegant diamonds
and possesses a pair of earrings as large
as one's thumb that flash out upon
passers-by as she promenades Fourth
street, casting their illuminating rays
with the lavishness of a 300 power
Brush electric light.
It was Mrs. Hood's proud boast that
she had the spirit of a girl. She would
only read Indian stories and dime
novels, as she said they (lid not weary
The young people of the West End
will .adly miss her, for all last winter
she was the gayest of the gay in a
coterie of young people who met at each
other's houses to dance and play euchre,
and they always said: "Bring along
Mrs. Hood, for she is younger than any
Ponce de Leon went. from the old to
the new world to find the fountain f
youth, as he felt the repose of old age
crawling slowly over him, but Mrs.
Hood found it right here in smoke be
grimed Cincinnati. For by association
with young people, allowing nothiag to
worry or harass her, studying carefully
the theory and practice of "make up,"
she has succeeded in preserving her
youth and beauty long atter other wo
men have quit thinking of beaux and
dreaming of balls and turned their at
tention to beads and prayer books.
She is one of the best euchre players
in the West End, and is passionately
fond of the theatre. She has not missed
a play in three years, and was always a
familiar figure at matinees. To a young
law student of twenty, who was once
devoted to her, she said he reminded
her so much of her husband, who was
but a boy, and when the student had
finished his course of studies and was
going away, she said: "Now you are
going, do write me. You know I shall
miss vou so much when you are gone,
and 1 shan't hear your merry laugh in
the room next me any more."
-She had so trained her voice that it
was musical as rippling waters, soft as
a purling brook through meadows
green, and everybody said, in contrast
ing her musical notes with the piping
tones of others: "How sweet and lovely
her voice is."
That Fourth street people have lost a
treasure and Mr. Swift gained a prize
is the universal verdict of everybody
who knows the happy couple. Mrs.
Hood was the daughter of the late John
Waggoner, by whom she was left large
Brotherhoodi Engineers Diaband.
ParLADELPHIA, Feb. 20.-It has been
learned that at a meeting held here Sun
day night, Enterprise Division No. 321,
Brotherhood of Engineers, decided that
the division disband. It is said there
was an unusually large attendance, and
the resolution that the division be dis
solved was adopted without a dissenting
vote. A committee was appointed to
wind up the affairs of the division and
to return the charter and other papers to
the general officer of the order.
This division was composed almost
exclusively of Reading Railroad engi
neers aud was one of the largest divi
sions. Few of the Pennsylvania men
belonged to the division. One of the
members, who has been prominent as an
agitator, explained his unexpected vote
in the affirmative by saying that he had
been threatened with discharge if he did
not leave the order.
Delreycinet Will Try His Hand.
PAnts, Feb. 20.-President Carnot has
summoned DeFreycinet to form a Cab
in. He has consented, and it is be
lieve'd he will be suecessful.
S that misery experienced when we sud
denly become aware that we possess a
labolical arrangement called a stomach.
The stomach is the reservoir froma which
every fibre and tissue must be nourished,.
and any trouble with Itissoon felt through
out the whole system. Among a dozen
dyspeptics no two will have the same pre
dominantsymptoms. Dyspepticsol active
mentailpower and a bilious temperament
are subject to Sickc Headache; those,
feshy and phlegmatic have Constipation,
while the thin and nervous are abandoned
togloomy forebodings. Some dyspe ptics
are wonderfully forgetful; others have
great Irritability of t emper.
Whatever form Dyspepsia may take,
one thing is certamn,
The tenderlying cause is
in the .LIF'ER,
and one thing more is equally certain, no
one will remain a dyspeptic who will
It will correct
Acidity of the
I*and, at the same
Start the Lirer to working,
when all other troubles
"My wife wa a confirmed dyspeptic. Some
Areesa, she wainduced otry simmons Lve
Reglator. I feel grateful for the relief it has
given her, and may all who read this and are
aficted in any way, whether chronic or other
wise, use simmons Liver Regulator and 1 feel
confident health will be restored to all who will'
be advied."-ware. M. K ERSH, Fort-valley, Ga.
See that you get the Genuine,
with red Z on front of Wrapper,
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O THE ONLY CELERY
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Mrs. L. A. BKENxR'.er
Are Diamond Dyes. They excel all others nervous San Jacinto. Cal.
in Strength, Purity and Fastness. None others "Aftr us Celery
are just as good. Beware of imitations-they
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are made of cheap and inferior materials and of rheumatism."
give poor, weak, crocky colors. Rheumatism South HorrssNsof
36 colors; zo cents each. "It has done me more
Send postal for Dye Book, Sample Card, directions Kidney good for kidney disease
for coloring Photos., making the finest Ink or Bluing than any other mcdi
(to cts. a quart), etc. Sold by Druggists or by Diseases cine." Gso. ABBOTr,
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Burlington, Vt. "Paine's Celery Co.
d.%v pund has been of greatI
For Gilding or Bronzing Fancy Articles, USE Al Liver bnefit for torpid liver,
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A GRADED SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
TWENTIEThi SESIO BEGINS, iIONJSfl AYEPTEMBEL~ 3. 1SSS.
S. A. NETTLES, A. B., Mr. E. C. ALSBROO .
The course of instrunction, embraciti ten years, is designed to furnish a
liberal education suited to the ordinary vocations of life, or.to fit students for
the Freshmn, Sophomore, or Junior class of colleges.
PLAN OF INSTRUCTION.
The most approved text books are used. The blackboard is deemed an
essential in the class room. 'fh~e mtidquito of an author is invariably required
of each pupil. In all work done. in whatever (epartiet, and whatever -re
extent of ground covered, our motto shall always be TJIO1OUGIlNES . To this
end, we shall require that every lesson Lie tav'ued, if not in time for the class
recitation, then elsewhei'. No real progress can be made so long as the
pupil is allowed to go on from day to day reciting only half-perfect lessons.
TERMS PER MONTH OF FOUR WEEKS:
Primary Department (3 Beu NS M To E................... $1.00, 51.50 and $2.00
Iutc'riuethate 1)epartntent (2 years coarse) .............................. 2.50
Higher Department (2 yeats cours') ..................... .... $3.00, an 3.50
Collegiate Department ( years course), .......... ............$4.00, nd 4.50
Music, including tse of instrarent v t ol.................................. 3.0
Contingent Fee, per session o'5 months, in advcnce...................... 5
Board per month ............................................... .If
Board from Monday to Friday (her month o............................. 5.0
The Principals feel nuch encouraged at the hearty suppoit given the
school heretofore, and promise renewed efforts ta ake the school what it
should be-FIRST C SS in every respect.
For further part ilars, send for 'ataloge. Address,
S. A. NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
RI. C. BARKLEY, Priside'itt.
C. BIssreL JEXIs, Gen l Manager. RIC.RD S. Gar.r, Sec.. Tres.
The Cameron &Barkley GOmpanY.
.--AND AGENTS FDR
Erie City Engine and Boilers, Atlus Engine and Boilers: the Famous Little
Giant Hydraulic Cotton Press, Eagle. Cotton Gins.
We have in stock one each 60, 65, and 70 saw Eagle Gin, poit shop worn
that we are ofoeiiug way below cost. me n Send for prices.
Oils, Rubber and Leather Belting, and a complete line of Mill Supplies.
,p'We Guarantee Lowest Prices for Best Quality of Goods.@.
CAMMIERON & BARKLEY CO., Charleston, S. C.
R. CH ARLE rSTN.
that we ae on'erin2war Kilo c stlrendfol pics
J. FEW NRICS IUOED
A good Bureau at $5.50,
A good Bedstead at $1.60
-A good Washstand at $1.00
A good Cane Seat Chair at 75 cents
A good Wood Seat Chair at 45 cents
A good Wood Rocker at $1.25
A good Mattress at $3.50
A good Bed Spring at $1.50
A good Woven Wire Bed Spring at $2.75
A good Lounge at $4.50.
A g'ood Wire Safe at $3.00
A good Bed Roomi Suit at $20.00 to $30.00
I IheA good Walnut Bed iloom Suit, Marble top, for $45.00.
!!Ihaein store an immense stock from the cheapest to the finest to select from.
Nev'er, no, never buy, if you want to save money, till you tirst see this stock and get
Kesalwayvs in hand at the
a ul supply, and choice assortment, of
FAMILY AND FANGY GROCERIES.
Bread, Cake,0Candy, Fruit, Etc.
I always give a full 100 cents worth of goods for the Dollar
. MRS. A. EDWARDS, Manning, S. C.
The National House.
THOROUGHLY REPAIRED AND REFURNISHED.,
No. 313 KING STREET, Charleston, S. C.
Mas. T. O'BRIEN, PaoPRIETRE~s.
HARD WARE STORE.
The notice of every, one is called to) the fact that
R. W. IDURANT & SON
Keep a full supply of Goods in their line.
Fazrmers' Sappb', 3Mevhanic Supplies. litousehoiild Supplies, Lw.
COOKTNG AND HEATING STVOVES OF BEsT MAKE !
Wagon and Buggv Material frmai a Bolt to a Wheel Pumps Both Iron and Wood.
Bolting in Rtulber arnd Leather, .and Packing of all Kinds. Imported Guns,
Muzzlc and Breech Loaiding !Pistols in Variety from $1 up. Powder, Shot,
and She'lls, & c., anrd wse are Agents. for the
T1able anid Pocket Cutlery, Etc.
With many thanks to a generous public for their past liberal pat ronaeg, and
soliciting still their kind suppor't, we are respectfully, etc.
R. . IPUR A XT &~ SON,
SUMTE R, .S. C.
-. - ESTABLISHED 1844.
Charleston Iron W rs
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers, Saw
Mill Machinery, Cotton Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steam
boat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
gg-Repairs exreculed with pr'ompies and D)ispatch. &n~dfor p~rice lid4s.
East Bay, Oor. Pritehard St.,
Charleston. S. C.
GEN. HARRISON'S TRAIN.,;,
How the President-Elect Will Travel from
Indianapolis to Washington.
PrrrsriJRG, Pa., Feb. 19.-The sched
ule for President-elect Harrison's train
from Indianapolis to Washington has
been arranged. It will leave the former
place over tle Pennsylvania road at noon
Monday next and arrive :t its destina
tion on Tuesday, the 2Uth inst., at 2:30
o'clock in the arner non. The train
will consist of President Roberts priwate
car. tw4o Pullman sle,-pers and a baggage
ear, and will be run as a section of the
Atlantic express. No stops will be made
between Indianapolis and Piutsburg ex
cept to change locomrotives, and after
leaving here the tris will go through
without further Stop to Washington.
Tbe President and his family will occupy
president tobert's scil ear, which is
now being renvte -cd at the Altoona
shops of the Pennsy niia Railroad.
A Sensible Wi oman.
Mrs. Harrison. wli will soon be the
lady of the White House, is a sensible
woinan. and is likely to prove a worthy
successor of the universally beloved
She has announced that if she wishes
to see any of her friends in Washington,
she will call on them, regardless of
court etiquette. and wh: n;t? It.. is ne
cessary to observe the rules of ceremony
on cerenonious occasions, but that is
no reason why 1rs. ilarrison can't be a
social woman and have friends and en
Thi'n Mrs. iarrn p roposes to wear
her dresses re'smibttly long or the top
and reasonahlv short at the bottom as
shall suit her own sense of modesty and
propriety, and the public will again say
that she is a sensible exemplar for
American women.-Ph iladelphia Times.
?L en I say CUaE I do not mean merely to
stop tien for a time, and then have them re
turn a au. M N A )ADICAL ClIRE.
I have made the disease of
FITS, EPILEPSY or
A life-lorg study. ~I wARRANT my remedy to
CURE the worst cases. Because others have
failed is oo reason for not nowreceiviln- acure.
Send at c nce for a treatise and a FREE tOTTLE
of my INFALLIBLE REMEDr. Give Express
and Post Olce. It costs you nothing for a
trial, and it will cure you. Address
H.C. ROOT, M.C.,183PEARLST.,NEWYORK
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To The Peopleof Glarendon:
I am the Agent foy the Cel
LIDDEm & Co.'s:
Engines and Boilers.
I am sole agent in this vou..ty for
BOSS COTTON PRESS.
Corn Mills, Pulleys, Shaft
a All this machiuery is direct
frot racr an 2- b wd
Prices. 1L wii1efl'C f~ltab
of puasers tc hrdtm e
THE LADIES' FAVORITE.
NEVER OUT OE ORDER..
If you desire to purchase asewing machine,
ask our agent at your ace for thrms and
graces. I! you cannot find our agnt write
irect tonearestadresto youbae1ownamed.
NEHOESENG ECHIE C.OMJ
CHICAGO - 28 UNION SQUARE,NX. DALA
S.Wo1kovisie, Agt,& Co.,
. - . a
ine Wines, -Liquors, To
The only Pool. .and, Billiard
Parlors in the Town.
SIMON PURE OLD MOUNTAIN
R EASONABLE~ PRTCES.
Country Orders' Filed With
Care. an'di Goods. Guaranteed.
O Cll and take a "NIP" of my
O LD TOXL.CGN .
- S. WoLKOWISKIE, Agent.
-'Manning, 8. C.
Successor to F. HI. Folgm.& J3ro.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWEERYr
Macin. ndFies Raor in k ic,0l
n etected by skiled wokmen
Olesb ma ines w osi iv e ica , ate
Dig ~A..m-II. 1Nr -M.
And all leadiug , .acae-, spectacles, and
Repairing Neatly Done.
(All Work Warranted. )
17and 169, East Bay,
HARLTETTOT, . C.