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tre viws of unt eer:Ondems
Died in Manning Dec. 21st, Mi
Ia Dickson, wife of Mr. E. E. Die
n. The death of this estimable la
dy has thrown a veil of sorrow ove
this entire community. Those who
knew her, appreciated her as a kiind
rentle friend. Her husband has been
9reft of a faithful wife. Her child
ren have lost a tender, affectionate
nother-one whose services never
earied in their behalf. She cheer
'uly smiled upon their innocent sport,
Ld as willingly endured the rough
Aaces that necessarily result in the
ninagement of home duties. Mrs.
ickson was a christian woman, as
ch exemplary in her deportment, and
"Without a sigh, a change of feature or a
She gave her hand to the stern Messen
And as a glad child seeks its flather's
- Went home."
Bankrupt-' he County.
Forlorn and Forsaken-County
Our College boys are home enjoying
heir Christmas vacation.
Miss Sue Galluchat has given her
t. Stephens scholars holiday, and is
~or~ the Christmas.
We were pleased to meet Mr. S. M.
'rraham of Mayesville, an old friend,
We regret to learn that Mr. J. T'
Fiterspoon is quite sick at his bre
r's, Mr. C. L. Witherspoon s.
Mr. Jno. W. Huggins left Manning
a ast Saturday for Texas. Depre
ting, his leaving, at the same time,
re wish him fortune's favors in the
ome of his adoption. -
Miss Lul% daughter of Mr. D. W.
Iderman, is home enjoying the holi
ys of the Greenville Female Col
Mr, W. L Johnson, of Stieffs Pi
2 House was in Manning Saturday.
']Ae "Carolina Mills" of Charleston
re well represented among our mer
anta last Friday, by their popular
rumer, Mr. E. G. Wallece.
Santa Claus has attractiive quarters
Cuid Still Shooting.
Married on Wednesday the 16th, at
ieB~aptist parsonage, by Rev. L. D.
ass, Mr. Walker to Miss White.
Again on Tuesday the 22nd, at the1
cide's mother's, by Rev. L. D. Bass,
[r Ardis to Mr. McLeod
And to be mairried to-day, at the'
wsifence of the father of the -bride,
[r. Mimms to Miss Eugeria Ridgill.
The number of these happy events,I
Stwaining of two hearts, our pleas
'-cord, should banish into the
>yss of eternal oblivion that jar-ring~
idence hard times. That we arej
rs~pering is indisputable.
We are requested to announce that
tere 'will be preaching at the Baptist
hb h Saturday -and Sunday next.
Ilmembers of the Church are re
tefdto attend an important Church
eetg on Saturdtay morning.
or some unknown reason the early
ail of yesterday failed to bring the
harleston papers. A sore disappoint
et to the readers of the .News and
u~rierintereted in the proceedings1
the Legislature. The cause would
WVhen a girl can read her title clear
To matrimiony's share,
se bids farewell to every fear
And forgets to bang her hair."
Thanks of the editor to Mr. S. Wol
viskie for a complimentary box of
Nitsch & Kuhn brand of cigars, re
Ftly arrived at his saloon, which are
E are and delightful odor. Mr. S. is
-eular Saloonist and generous to a
.He proposes to present a large1
mber of these cigars to the Manning~
jnumental committee to be raffled.!
"Step right into the parlor and
take yours~el~f at home," said the 9|
Er-old son of the editor to his sister's I
st young man. "Take the rocking
mair and help yourself to the album.I
:eD Louise is up stairs and won'ti
down for some time yet, she has
nyke up her form, you know, be
re gog to press." - .
e have been' informed that Miss~
ala Hudson, one of the gifted andi
:coppiished lady teachers of our!
>wl, has given a final dismissal to her!
:hool. We are confident Miss Huca
m's patrons are loath to give her up.
he has attended to her school withb
'n energy-winning for herself
roation of her patrons, and
e of her pupils..
rumored that Miss Mattie Rut
dge has ofi'ered her serv-ices as teach.
e for this school, to be assisted by
ev. L. D. Bass. Miss Rutledge is a
raduate of the Greenville Female;
'olege, and her scholastic -attain
tents pre-eminently qualify her for
ie high position left vacant by Miss
The fall sessioi of the .Matuinm
etAcademy closed last Fridlay evenin;
with an interesling exhibition. T..
Academy building was filled to its ut
most capacitv, and for two hours th
crowd was kept laughing withl numer
ous recitations. dialogues, charade
&c. After the exercises were over, th,
istudents held a reception, in whici
everybody was cordially invited ti
participate. It was a delightful even
iut) for the occasion, and the crow(
seemed to enjoy themselves hugely
x iss are now suspended foi
the Chris wlas holidays until the fourt]
oI Jauuarv, when thle Acadiemy wil
open with renewed energies. L.
on the 2 th ist.,Mr. Ebe
nezer Sweet to Miss Jane Lemon.
Hiow hawpily extremeos do meect,
e In .1t and E! nzzzer;
She eo lg1,er sonr but swe.A
And he , a lemon sque zr.-3(?I'n'r
Mes..i Edel Brothers, wholesale to
bacconistzs of Richmo.nd, Via., have an
Cviale repuzation among our Man
ning mercauts. The popularity oA
he "Iannie Edel" tobaceo, of which
hey are the sole inanufacturers, sold
yvdessrs. Levi, Loyis and others, is
idece sufllcient to establisl the as
rtion. They also manufatuetre the
'ebrated Stonewall Jachkou wh'is
v sold at the saloon of S. Wolkovis
.and by M Selwarts. Mr. Sol Edel
egent of the f!rmi is well known
appreciated as a courteous gen
Enemy to Dogs.
are informed that on the night
o th, two PUPS belonging to Col.
Billups, and a "cur" dog the sole
p -tv of am old darkey were killed
a en eaten by an unknown ani
is marvelous beast with the
cat appetite, we extend a cordial
inv' in. Here he will find food in
ab ee, and be allowed the privi
leg the town.
Ti .itor of the Depaleh on his
. t its ?-Sonme Correspondent,
we p . e an old maid, seuds tLe
follo" piece of cockroach killing
poet1 his oiice:
ridn't marry an ed tor,
tl you the reason why;
.j diy. medles in everything,
e-.a lie, lie. lie, lie I
To t;, ding genius of this wilting
feiniz nium, the following is
submliti - thbe editor:
yW 'dat m on old naid.
I l yon the reason why
- neck4 so on and wigy
W r;id shed niever die.
Frank -e'sSonday Magazine.
For Ja beginning the Nine
teenth Vol , is a biiliant holiday
number, a ding in text and pict
ures appro te to the season. It
opens with teresting and instruc
tive essay o 'hristmas Carols." Di
TalImage's on is on "Christmas
'A A meric, ' 1 there are several
Christmas ew Year's stories and
poems, all fi illustratedi. Perhaps
the article th ill attract the most
attention is " istoric Anmerica," by
the Rev. Geo. ,.der, with twenty
two illustrati There are many
short and tim icles, and the full
page pictures autiful and nu
merous. The lar serials, "Love's
Harvest," and ' ttante Days" go
on. at d the Edi Dep)artmnents are
ful and c.omple Published by Mas1
Fm LEuE, ~5 atnd 57 Park
lace, New Y , at 25 cents a
number, or $2. ear, postpaid.
The following -e Jubilee pro
gramruie for Thur and Friday of
Dce. 24. Fro o'clock to 12
o'clock. Hot sup barbecue, tur
key, chick~en, pig, ce cream, lem
onade. cakesin abu ce 4:e. Grand
Panoramic views o ope, Palestine,
and Egypt. Many .s exhibiting
the life of Christ. fine steel en
gravings o4f "Ten 1 s in a Bar
Room" by R1ev. J. Irews. Ad-1
At 12 M. grand n ascension
containing a game eo Speech by
Rev J. Howard C r. Christ
mas day at 11 o'clock ., lecture on
European tratvels by L. E. Broad
us, with an exhibitio European
scenery while in Euro At 12 M. a
rand 'Christmas dinn t 7 P. M.
E original poem froma J- Howard
Carpenter, the poet pre on Christ
mas. At 7.30 P. M., " of Ages,"
by ten boys andi girls. P. M..
"How to make Love." young
man. Meals to be serv .il hour.
Dekar Tim: I have e Jed toI
wrie someting tis we r vou
paper; bave at last decid write
upon the idea of "though -stalhz-!
It was not until within years
that the best authentic tit or
Dante was in the possessio. Is ad
mirers. Antiquarian stud wer:e
puzzled by a statement of a Itai
ian writer, to the effect that emi
nent artist, Giotto. had pain por -
trait of Dante' in fresco, som in
th Borgello Palace in Flore
Several enthusiastic admir the
poet dletermined( to make .-u
search for this picture; for. n1 o.
was known to exist within tha e
whiccould at all answer to
quiremets of Giotto's fresco. ly
fortyvears agzo, three gentlem
tain'ed pe~rmission from the
government (no easy thing to n
in thse days) to make the ne
search for 'this fresco. Their
were rewarded by discovering a
in which the valued painting w
tirely covered upi with a coat of
was. The whitewash was re
with great care, anid the picture
found to be kept in a remarkabl
state of preservation. Not only
he whta sh not iniured the ni
it had been a means of preserviug
It was a positive advantage. For
the picture had not been taus coveri
up aud preserved, its colors wou
have faded nuch in five hundred von
benides beiT.; exposed to alnost ce
tain destruction from vandalist
When the fullness of time was coin
1 the picture was disclosed to the worl
in runch of its original freshness ar
- beauty; and the result is that no
i every admirer of that rc-markab:
Christian poet is Cnabled to posses
fine likeuess of his strong and be"aut
Hidden things are not always iloS
Sometimes they are actual!y presor
ed by being hidden, and the revelzaio
will some day uc., m11nec
which was supposed to have pase
out of existence. In the lonely cha:
hers of the soul, maLV a wall is illum
nated with the fresco of someO raicn
berance, of which the knowledge is lo
for the time being. It is covered wit
other thoughts and cares. But tL
fresco is not erased. IL is only hidde:
forgotten. Somue day theouter casin
will be removed, and the picture wi
stand out as fresh as if it were just pU
Divine Providence makes use of thi
Ifaet. Our 1ins are not forgotten. W,
try to forget them. We whitewas]
them over with pleasures or busines:
Time produces its eileet. They pas
nearly out of our own memory, whil
our frieuds forget them entirely. W
flatter ourselves that they are so-ue
how made up or done away with. Bu
they are not blotted out. Thev ar
onlv so shut up in the secret cha'mber:
of the soui that they shall be hop
fresh for tLe day of disclusure. ThoLU
it is that God is able to make tLe re
worseful vencguauce of the soul upor
itself so vivid, so powerful, so unex
pected, after years of supposed quiet
and peace of mind. The unexpected
revelation to oue's self of a sin com
mitted long ago and since forgotten,
is like standing face to face widh the
judgment of God.
This truth has also a comforting
side. These facts, which are forgotten
but preserved, are not all sins lying
in wait for the opportunity of remorse.
Some of thein are acts of kindness or
of consecration. Tnev are perhaps
undervadued, and therefore readily
forgotten. Bat they are like frescoes
of transcendent beauty. I mean such
things as muiistering to the least
among our Lord's brethren by giving
food and drink in their need, comfort
ing them in sickness, sympathizing
with them and helping them when suf
fering (in prison or out of prison) for
their sins. These good deeds, small
in themselves, are readily forgotten,
both by those who do them and by
those who receive the benefit of them.
This is partly because their real im
portance is not appreciated: as a fres
co by Giotto was not appreciated in
his life-time. They are therefore cov
ered over with other sorrows, other
cares, other deeds of kindness. Yet
they are not destroyed-they are not
wiped out. They constitute in the
human soul a treasure of greater value
than Giotto's noble work. Not to
speak of God's book of rememberance,
they are treasured up within the soul
itself, and in God's own time they will
be revealed as a source of everlasting
When God shall reveal these good
and bad deeds which have for so long
a time been covered up, the first ex
elamation will be, "Lord, whei! - whenl
saw we Thee ?" When~ did we this
noble, or this vile, work in th1y sight?
But the revehttion will make itself
evident; and in tl'is sense, as well as
in others, men 's worlks ao follow them.
How well this also illustrates the
value of Christian tearbhing to chil
dren ! What a beautiful lesson it car
ries to SnaSholtachers, and to
parents, and to others who long to con
fer an immortal benetit upon the chil
dren. The child's mind receives imn
pressions readily. Your instructions
form the picture within his mind. He
does not always appear to remember.
Sometimes yocu would little su:-pect
what a picture he has hidden away
within the recesses of his mind.
What you say to himi is apparently
forgotten as soon as the sound of your
voice has died away. But it is not
destroyed; some crisis in life-it may
be after years of neglect-will bring
back these things to his heart with
wonderfal freshness and power. Then
willjhe for--the first time feel the full
power of.-gratitude to those who took
greait pains to impress upon him right
thoughts, true feelings, high aims, at
a time when it seemed as if all this
were labor in vain.
It is often said that life is short
the Psalmist makes it very brief, even
but a sh~adow. Counted by the years
we live, it is a short life we live here.
But inl memory how many times we
live it over. So, if we have so lived
that the memories of the past are
pleasanit,:m oliur nem~ory continues
active, we have made the short life
longf by living it over so m~any times.
B~lessed be God for the gift of memI
ary, and for the faith that memory
Wvi go with us into) the immortal life,
md that even in the spirit home we
shall r-ememnber the pleasant scenes,
~he good deeds and tihe loving friends
f the earthly life.
Be not incredulous, then, I entreat
roum, my readers, to the fact that mem
rv is a field to be cultivated, from
-ic yo -ay reap rich harvests of
arcefit and comioit.
SLEEP1LESS NIGHTS. male misera~e~
>r* that~ terri' congh. Shikon's Cura is :he
-emaedy for you. Fo ~- le by J1. G. Dinkins
ThAT HACKING COUG~iI can be so
inickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We gue~r
CROUP, WHOQPI'C; C )UIT1 naa Bron
yhitis imi:m-,tely reieive- ivb Shilob's Cure
F'or sale by J1. G. Dinkins &. Co.
CATA~i1II CURED.X 1wa:a an i s":ee
breath secured, by Shion's Catarrh Rleme
sly. Price ->0 cents. Na':1 Injector free.
Fose yin G.hDinkins& Co.
W holesle Grocers,
AN) DFlALEARS IN
e Wines, Licouors, Tobac
o, Seg'ars, &c.
No. 153 & 155 EAST BAY,
CILI RLESTOX S. (.
THE TER SHE STORE,
RESPCTFLLYASTK TiE PEOPLE
i o an :i'and Clarendon Co., to inspect
te st,-k, 'before visiting Charleston, asg
t;!ov fe- on idn that they can do as well
fti:t: hhltest styles.
t k i. ~ SDNOA and CAMEL
EP-A1&>.BUTTON BOUTS, which are of the
most anrable Leather, !:nown to the Trade
alISO to their Gen~ts $2.75 and S3.00 Calf Skin
4hoes in Etin. Lace and Congress.
T hey cannot be excelled. As they are well
koIn to vor- all, they need no introduction.
They h: so a ice lin of TRU',NKS
d AIE.March 11
7i 1rS. Ac 1E OW ARDS
OPPOSITE COURI)T HOUSE,
1:aining, S. C.,
Frsh Fruits, Vegetables, 'Nuts, &c., on
hUnd:and arriving daily.
Oy Baery Depart
Com, plete with bread an d pastry.
COM1E AND SEE ME A ND BE CON
vaied that my price are low and that I
iaost be undersold.
Bocth lizght aln heavy and always fresh.
k Cohan mnd frieds aned atro tio.
Taver ads a cinne of Tame.
house VI . March 1
Fueh rnitur egetalesnuture !!.o
Now n avngdafail.n f ien
cohet Furithuread and Lowsrice.a
ancy tHus in pie Sare. Next andtdt
Bothlth ad hea s n BERays eh
Theueroiy tfrthe 4olicted
Piank is r-nds ard atrnore bys
the higresa d sicalaachoritiescandfthe de
man fo nbr the plstadiycresi aost
thoyue. b .omn Doe ecsi17
oe :o1 Amiand andl Lin ofuroean
cEposuritrin Pas, o878.e a
'ayboue ithe Staore.ent Grande
C ieent Hodlgs Semiarisd S. ho
mansio'nd Eegat in
Pines is ras Sol ~d Eas ntallmentsy
nIan or takeni is Eagealso torough~a
thyv n' re ec gmoeetesv
Ov enfr illustrenate ani ano or opean
No.tv th norseth oibf ovtrt
The most pplr eekl n .anerk-e
ventioso and seegantEer inm
Ae ir o.llutat oft spend-ngaings Tian
pul~atio funihsaotable en for
oino rai whic noon Esyol benstaI ot.
sucho ta i cane eqals thatofoh
tear nt fo Cllubs. Sold byn aor newrdales
CS Mn & Co.Ehav
No. Nort o had Strty
Apr 1pactic:.on befor
t h~e mecatienOffigdihacve pr ared
metn ndanerpblia seat EveynuO
be ilutr ted itateslnd foraigs utis
such thti clat ion n ey equa s thato l
ot ermanyer o thers foreg comb ned rie. pr.
are aDscot to b.nodby rasonealers.
~IU nf o..matiashes to btoa t cheer
ful ie ihu charge.lgh d-boos'
informlat ent fle ant avinsed
thog Mn ore harOe ned thoieni
Amri au re. h adainag fo patent nte
wellu nde aby all otheo paish or
poited Stats. /Cnad. England FraIe.3
rman m anwv oter foreincunk. ~
Was Produced In Manning and is Spreading All over
LOU UIS LO Y NS'
Practical explanatian of what he meant when he announced that the
INAUGURATION would take placo in October.
The People are learning that he meant the
EVER BEFORE KNOWN IN THE COUNTY.
He did not buy his goods early while the prospects were so flattering for
a large cotton crop and good prices, but he bought at a time when GRAND
BARGAINS could be had, and this has given him Superior Advantages both
as to the Prices and Class of Goods.
Ladies will find a good assortment of.Suitings, Striped, mixt and Criss
.Cross patterns; various quaint wears, and pretty styles ; Boucle Cloths, En
glish Serges, Scotch Chiviots, Londou Kyrles, Simoni Batistes, Bourettes,
Scotch Tweads, Plaids, Corduroys, and some Black Goods at Low Prices.
Ladies will also find Jersey cloths ; Stockinettes, Hosiery, Laces, Ribbons,
Gloves, Corsets and a splendid lot of Long Cloths, Homespuns, Domestics.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST.
Ready Made Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes. Trunks, ValiseS.
Very fine line of all wool goods
For Men and Boys-very cheap!
Ladies, Gentr,, and Boys Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
I have a.$2 Shoe, soft, well shaped and as durable as shoes that are sold
by other houses at $3. Call for Loyns' walkingfast Shoe. And Hats and
Caps that can't be beat for quality and Low Prices
Hurrah ! Glorious!!
The news of the INAUGURATION of Low Prices at L[-n. U[s'., of
his brands of Finest Flour,
T e a,
And all the necessary articles.
You will always find at my Store a well selected line of Hard
ware, Crockery, Saddlery, and I have Cigars and Tobacco of
the best known Brands in the world, and my whole stock was
Bought after the decline in cotton. at low figures, and of course
I can sell lower than any Merchant who bought while the pros
pects were bright and prices high. CALL at my NEW STORE
and you will be convinced that it is THE PLACE FOR BAR
GAINS--None Can Beat
Oct. 21st. MANNINGr S. 0.
TlHE WINNING CANDIDATE!
AKSS. A. RIIBY 'M
Is the man who fills the bill
Of the people who have a will
All vacancies, needs and wants to fill.
With judgement an d caro.
Yes ! I am a Candidate for the patronage of the people, and I am not
afraid of Competition. I fearlessly assert that I can show to thie
People of Claren.onz
The most complete line of BEAUTIFUL DRESS Goons ever offered in this market.
Silk mixed Suitings, Cashmeres,
Berber Cloths, Combination Suitings,
Calicoes in new and beautiful styles.
Flannels of all grades and colors, Full line of table Damask. Towelling, Sheetings, Long
loths, Best Lawns. Irish Linens, Laces, Emibroitieries, Zephyr Shawls, Collars, Rlibbons,
Hosiery, Gloves, best titting Corsets, and Notions.
Hats and Shoes.
Ladies, Gent. and Childrens, In newest styles. Try a pair of Tun Ctzan Jjxs
Ifzas $3. Shoes, Shoes made to my own order, and you will be pleased with the oem
rt and wL - this Shoe.
Full Line is ":in, Broadeloths, Cashmeres, Jeans and woolen Goods, bought low
nd to be sold low.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
-Splendid line for Men, Boys and Children.
A full and Complete stock, bought in the best markets, and to be sold at small profits.
keep best Flour, Hams, Bacon, Rice. sugars. Syrups, Molasses, Coffee and Tea.
Canned goods of all sorts. Saddles, Bridles, Harness. Hardware, Crockery,
Plantation Tools. And the BEST TOBACCO.
SI Clerks will not only take pleasure in showing my large stock of goods,
bt they are instructed to sell them at ROCK BOPfC)f p~ries. I know thati
otton is low, and I shall not be slow to sell below any otheor house. I will
ive highest cash prices for cotton.
Don't Buy 'Til You Try
STONO PHOSPHATE CO~
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MANUFACTURlE Soluble G~uanio, (HIGHLY A3DioNIATED.)
Acid Phosphate, Dissolved Bonec, Ash Element, Floats.
Keep alway~s on harnd fr .sale Genuine German
Kainjit, (P'otaski Salts,)
Imported direct from Germany, for the Company.
A bigh g'rade of D)ried Blood, Ground FIsh Scrap, South Carolina Marl,
Cotton Seed Meal. FOR SALE BY
M. -r.av-i, IAJNNiG, S, C.
50,000 Feet on Hand.
FROM 25cts, to $1 PER HUNDR
The very best, and cheap as the cheape4
can be had at the mill or I will deliveu $
C. M. DAVIS, or A. IV,
At Mill, Manning, 8/.k
Interesting to Both Sexes.
Any man or woman making hu
than $40 weekly should try our
moneymaking business. We w=
Agents for our celebrated MKw&
Dxm SPINAL SUPPORTINGO OoRSS; 8Io(6
our SPIN-AL SUPPORTER, SHOULE BRL
AND ABDOXINAL PRoTECToR CoNRTM
(for Men and Boys). No experienc
required. Four orders per day gt.
the Agent $150 monthly. Our Ageow
report four to twenty sales daily. $S
outfit free. Send at once for partise
lars. State Sex.
LEWIS SCRIELE & C.,
300 Broadway, New Yod.
IK~R A 'N2 cfo SOZir
Gm and Loc smits
MAIN ST., COLUMBIA. S. C.
kEPAIRING AfLLORDERS t
-DONE AT- -PRoMPTLY
SHORT NOTICE ATTENDED TO.
Mrs. C. E. Reed,
MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C,
In all its Branches.
Hosiery, Fancy Goods, Notiona,
Ladies Dresses, Children
and Infants Dresses.
Jersey Jackets and Underwear.
Bridal Orders Promptly Attended 1,
Watches, Diamonds, Clocks and Jeweig,
Pianos and Organs on easy
DEALER IN AiLL KINDS Or
Musical Instruments and Strlng
Next door to Central National Bank,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Orders by mail promptly attended to.
Repairing done in both branches.
GEO. S. HACKER & SO
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
IiOULDING BUILING 3!ATE2BU
Office and Warerooms, Kings
opposite Cannon Street,
Charleston, S. C.
.iyery, Feed and Sale Stables,
We have just received a noV
supply of thei FAMOUS TEN
NE65EE WAGONS, and
BUGG(3IES of all Kinds, which
we will sell low down. G1VE
US A CALL. Sept. 9.
PEnsoNs DEsIRING to INSURE
their LIVEs will apply to
W. P. DURANT, Agt.,
CHAR~LESTON, S. C.
First Ckss in all its AppointlnentsL
R ATES, $1.50, $2.00 AND $2.50
Exrcellent Cuisine, Isarge Airy roona
JOS. PRICE, Proprietor.
7.rIIotel Centrally Located.
A. G. CUD WORTH, Agt*
155 MEETING STREET,
opp. Charleston HoteL
Manufacturer and dealeir in Saddlery
Ha'rneis, Cinama Whips, Saddle Hardwark
&c. Keco. constantly on hand an extansive~
and well~J Eeted stoek of everything in this
linc*. Andi .nufacture goods to order .#
short n'ot ' Oct. 14.
* Manning, S. C.
I drink my Bear I demi