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THE MAYi-NT1ia TE
WEDNESDAY, ANT. 20, I36
IEs1 OF E ~V0
One Year, in Advance s. t . or S:2.00 at
the Erpiratio-n of Six M'onths.
Advertisements.-Per Square, irst in
Each subsequent insertion. 50t.
pC, Contract Advertising at reduced
Advertising in Local Column, 10c. per
Seed Oats for Sale.
For sale by Messrs. Legg and Bell,
500 bushels Red Rust Proof Oats.
Mr. R. S. Connor is making an ad
dition to his dwelling.
Several AM anningites went up on!
last Friday to attend the circus in
Don't wait until evening to have
your shaving done, for I will be busy.
Real estate in Manning is rising.
Clouds of it may be seen going up
ward every day.
A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bot
tle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. nric
Several of the Manning Bar have
been in attendance on the Sumter
Court this week.
Dr. W. E. Brown and Mr. Louis
oyns hav just returned from a trip
to the "City by the Sea."
Our thanks are due to Senator
ampton for a copy of the report of
the Commissioner of Agiculture.
Just think of it! Everybody that
shaves with C. C. Redic is either get
ting married or elected to office.
FOR DYSPEPSIA an-1 Liver Complaint,
you have a printed guarantee on every bot
tle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to
Rev. James McDowell will letve to
day to attend the meeting of Synod,
which convenes in Cheraw to-night.
On last Sunday afternoon a son of
June Walker, colored, living about
a mile east of Manning, fell and frac
tured his knee.
Barnum's circus, which exhibited
in Charleston on Saturday drew the
immense humber of 15,000 at their
SHILOH'S CURE will imediately re
ieve Croup, wLooping Cough, and Bron
The young people had a most en
oyable reception at the Manning
ademy on last Friday night, which
was largely attended.
In the Chicago Graphic Nu-s of the
16th inst., is an admirable likeness of
our handsome nominee for Governor,
Co. J. P. Richardson.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Barrett passed
through town last week, on their way
o the home of Mrs. M. J. McKnight,
the mother of the latter.
-HACKMETACK," a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents.
One of our recently elected county
fficers has been about the happiest
looking man in town for a week past.
Can you guess the cause ?
And still another ! Mr. C. W.
Birmore, Editor of the Wateree
Messenger, was married last week to.
Miss Eva B. Sligh, of Ridgeway.
Miss Jeannette Haas, a charming
young Charleston beauty who has
been spending some weeks with Mrs.
Loyns, will return home on to-mar
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMIEDY-a pos
itive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria, and1 Can
His Manning friends will be glad
to know that Mr. 3. D. Witherspoon
is occupying a position in the boot
and shoe store of Buitman Bros., in
Several of the young ladies and
gen~tlemen speak of organizing a ten
axis club soon. Tennis is a delightful
game, and it will be quite a diversion
for the young people this winter.
HtmaE.-Married, by the Rev.
J. J. Snow, on Thursday, th'e 14th
inst., at the residence of the bride's
mother, Mr. B. S. Dink-ins, of Claren
don, and Miss Beulah 3M. Wilson, of
The time for the opening of our
ublic schools is drawing near, and it
s to be hoped there will be many
such in the county. The portion of
he Peabody fund allotted to South
Carolina has been increased by 410,
WHY WILL YOU cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10
ts., 50 ets., and $1.
The merchants of Manninig have
better accommodations for their coun
ry customers than, perhaps, those of
any town in the State. Large wag
n vards with good shelter for the
stock, arc to be found at most of thle
We always did say we wished we~
had been born rich instead
of good looking, and we never meant
it more than when we found that all
the ugly fellows in Manning were
soon to be married, and we good
looking ones left out in the cold.
Fish were abundant in town last
week; so wvas dust. We always con-'
sidered Manning a healthy place, but
she is losing her reputation smne-this
new fever-the matrimonial-has
struck her. We took our's out in ty
phoid, and got on' lighter than any o
"f all the good things in this good
world around us,
The one most abundantly furnished
and found us,
And which for that reason we care!
a- good advice no doubt"
Coe to court prepar to ave
your picturo taken; the Photographer
will leave soon thereafter.
Lafeadio Hearn will have a deliAht
ful rtil in the n r r
Nve~ber, cntitle.1: "The L:.st of the.
New OrleausFencing M asters."
ARE YOU M.DE mi.zeralble by Ilviis
tion. Constipation. Dizzines. Loss ofA pp
tite. Yellow Skin? S:ilo's italizer is a
Married, Thursday evening at Man
ning, by Rev. W. H. Mahoney, Mr.
W. W. Holladay, of Suminerton, andl
Miss Fannie Plowden.
Great golly! I wish I was married!
Ever since we were old enough to re
member, marriage has been associa'
ed in our mind with fruit cake and
custard, and now that we've approach
ed a little nearer the hereafter we still
eling to the beliefs of our childhood.
On next Friday afternoon a match
gazne of base ball will be played be
tween the Santees of Orangeburg and
the Panola Club of this County, on
the ground of the latter. The San
tees have already won three conseen
ti%%a games from the Panolas, but this
time>Ie boys are determined to re
deem their lost laurels.
There was a delightful evening
pient last P. M. at the residence of
Mr. Junius Scott, by those so fortu
nate as to attend the Dime Reading
eld there for the benefit of the Pres
byterian Church. The programme
was a choice one, consisting of read
ings, recitations, and music. The
whole was heariily enjoyed, but the
atter feature was especially good.
THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER1. of Bour
>on, Ind., says: Bnth myself and wife owe
sur lives to SHILO'S CONSUMPTION
We understand that Manning will
be able soon to boast of a rc-staurant.
t wiil be run by our friend, Mrs. Ed
ards. and will open during Court
week. A restaurant will bo quite a
:onveience in Manning, to those
whose business keeps them in town
dll day, and we hope it will be a fi
At six o'clock this afternoon our es- 1
Leemed cotem porary of the lnerpri",
Prof. S. A. Nettles, will lead to the
iltar Miss Sue Galluchat, one of Mau
aing's most accomplished and beau
biful daughters. The ceremony will
akc place at the Methodist Church,
ifter which the young couple take the
iouth-bound train at 7 o'clock. Our!b
>est wishes attend our young friends
u their "vovage down life's stream."
Our jovial friend of the Manning
3alocn, Mr. S. Wolkoviskie, present
d us last veek with one of the nu
nerous devices used by the anti-pro
-ibitionists of Atlanta to evade the
iquor law of that city. It is a beau
:iful China egg,. with a small opening
.t the top, which is sealed- uutil a II
cllow who wants a drink gets hold ot
t-and contains one drink. These
ggs are sold daily by the thousand
.n Atlanta, making the liquor law of
Ere this copy of our paper shall
ave been read by the Summerton
ans, they will have parted with one
f their fairest daughters. On last
ednesday we were the recipients of
t beautifully gotten up invitation to
e wedding of Miss Ida M. Briggs,
f this county, to Mr. Jas. RI. Hender
2on, of Spartanburg, on Wednesday,
:he 20th inst. Business, unluckily for
s, preventing our attendance, we
:ake this opportunity to express tol
em, our earnest hope and wish for k
.heir happiness and prosperity in theb
ifairs of their future life.
Last Thursday morning was the
ate of one of the saddest deaths that
aver occurred in Clarendon County.
)n that day Mr. Hartz Briggs and his
rife, who reside about ten miles from j
Janning, came to town, leaving in
harge of their house and children,2
dfiss Rosa Brailsford, daughter of the
.atc. Dr. Brailsford and sister of Mrs. I
3riggs. It seems that the young la
ly had but recently recovered
rrom a severe attack of illness,
ut was considered entirely well.|
hat was their sorrow and grief on
~eturning home to find their beloved!
5ister a corpse ! An attack of heart V
hisease had, without warning, strier
m her down in all the brightness of
the first flush of young womanhoo~d.
Her body was interred at the family
urying'ground, at StMark's Church,
ulton, on Fridav.
God help those bereaved ones of
the formerly happy family, in their
woe and great grief, and lead them to
realize that immeasurably happier i
the loving spirit of their lost one i
her heavenly home, than amid the
trias.and tribulations of this world.
The City of Sand niis,~
FrToN, October 18, 1886.
We have been watebing our friend,
the aevil, lately,-the Torus devil, 'v e
ean-and tie result of our obse-rva
in.--MLGD! We will admit, i
necessary, that we nre egotistical, but
blmed ~if we are any such funny
ig as "ey~jolisticaL." Its usually
our custom to mi:x in an a in radiantL
ih 'Lary" e around. We have, ais.
fostered thie idea that y looked pretti
e then i in amethyst. .[i our man
script was to blame, we crave p~ardoln;
but in any eveut please, Mr. De vil,
"set us r right and when we oe
-ome a s.aated monopolist, we'll "set
em up" for you.
On the 1th instant, at the residence
of lir. H. S. Brigps, near Packsville,
Miss Rosa, daughter of the late Dr. it.
M. Bralmrd. The funeral services
were e' . tucted at St. Marks Episco
pal Church, Fulton, on Friday after
noon, and the interment ini the ebureh
cemetery. Sincere sympathy is evi
denced for the '.ereaved family in
their sad loss of one so dear to them,
cut of in the spring time of her bdu
tiful maidenhood, exemplifyip that
indee "Tuath loves a shinn mark"
,1 r c W; '.. ; 1 .mpp
h ,who drin
by sorirows richecst fualeu-atear.
An iufant ci:1id of fr. Art hur
Toomer's dicii on e ,1! h in.i
News from 'Panola.
Mn. Errror:--t h- a,ays been a source
of great 1lea-ure to ne to, write you what
ever itemhS of i'wS I 1ei-ve to .' of iner
this re-'ics the ii~at -f t1 un. the o lf' it' r
wil Ie i o :uemti 4 &. V ;l I h p phr"1.l1:1"
4f the cre.s of4 a w::.'rild man. Thrfr
tllhardly int:.r t h11 i s st1 of t --
uility. e .ss 1 einnot r-'ein from
xp.' r.41 gL. t ; ht.411% , hat ha pie v.1li.
F1 or some ime C nre- :. Anc'U'4w
-ha .1 k). E. C-1utrei:. ut(-.1d1-, ha v- a
Senim"y **Sool pieie. Fird t'hvy deci
ed on thel h of 1 OUt3 . 'he day. The
round w. well a-h1s.n ;,j tl-: i 4
ete very4 appm i atunr ar h:a Uniu
'Ove of live .' a' i d4nce of Mr.
. P.Fari s'.1 Everthing was arr.m by
lwe 0.,C- ofthe Cha( - :4 mak 'ti nca
'n tasefl an fa ll4. o inspr.... :t
ni . .: 'e, y l .:l t - o x1.::
ve n t it u (heir cona'ni' I t . .
ha e:,er, we msml: of h~ies
he d;nn1r w. I anii. ,nd tints: :A
o'e1C he tihl tb p -cA.r; for
rifv fet in T",n-:. T ltcildrs n weore
ornzr-ato n . .-1 r.hd by two:; to
he, table, h.re they did l4p li44ustivv, to
Corn -pdiiden t s arli ez --o n ":h
imes the lway oc:-ipy Ponnn d
n this repect I vas appoit t. :1 -p.n
:1. h time wv.v ipt nt 1.; ti' cildl4 ren
M ainn111 mnts o, :.riu ki0,sutdt
heir hpoiton a tl 1 .. -v. Th 1obe
-i"idly refre hed at a satfl ne s: Coey wile
base 't. fets were, f .r::muWi Iees
Ah ich are likely to g'w With thea in th
Young newn a-kl hai.v sen : bs n the
4ntr ionil 4rrage4en1.'T reli4'io'is
~flenIc- ging' ot" of the revivals o'f re
igion-at this, church ha-;a tsefc upon
he el i'laren as wel-i :, tl ' e r.'; L-'s and a
teep feeling pr-evails, which hoi h ble
;cd fruits rlntin from the ho4r f" If .
'on Darlan, and !!-,w ahe.-tble he has
atieo, hi:nslf in t sof his peol-le.
The o"liceri of th1 school have shown a
'cal th:t.sm as tl-e i._t Fanguine, ex
cettion. The miuperintemLt r.-: a 1mant
!ep piety -- his interst anii"ted in the
undty Schiool CauseC ev l: ' ortray.N in-I
'Us . . anUd we continue to pray for the
)lessings of GCo. 10o1t
Wh.At Tru .m.Mrl! W Ikll Da.
The uonprefcented wde C -
jtr;Pw Sy''p within a few.' years, bas
stunished the world. It is without
loubt the safest and best remedy ev
r discovered for the speely and c
ectual cure of Coughs, Colds, and the
everest Lung troubles. It acts o
.n entirely different principle from
he usual prescriptions given by Phy
icians, as it does not dry up a cough
nd leave the disase still in the sys
em, but on the contrary removes the
'1ue of the trouble, heals the parts
ifected and leaves them in a purely
aealthe condition. A bottle kept in
he house for use when the diseases
ake their appearance, will save doc
.ors bills and a long spell of serious
ilness. A trial will convince you of
hese facts. It is positively sold by1
11 druggist.s anr1 general dea1lers i
he land. Price, 75 ets.,1:tr'go bottles.
CHAnzsToe's FAinTrli1Ear' ILIrsTumTZD..
--The wid1esnread~ interest evoked by the
errible visitation to which.1 the (ity of
hareston has been subjected seem1s ce.rtain
0 enfsure'C an enormons4fl' deman~d an.td sale. foyr
work~ writh the above titl.- no"' in press.
0 be issued at au carly day, by Mess'rl.
4IaNeil & landers,A ubl4ishers. of Charles
n. In book tormi is give.n a full and cor
?ct aconnt of this~ grea1test eathua~ke
aric'a h1a ever k4nown, with nume-rous"
4ostpaid,. on4f order7 of1 aplF)ication on r(4elipt
~rak Leslie's Sumiiy M:gainei for N"
eLs w.'i 'the fourth ofi Mr. P*'4'W s intr
.riit'e lona'"-' "'ral1.1'mong t1. elho.
i e' C ' Er rmioc't"e." in whieh ' bright
4' by twI lve se .'es fr'om the 'danas. "Ri
c fm. I :St at Prei".nt. show us 11u4 "441'scen
emt- old1 town of witc:l;- inMasc
tt' Tre is a~ 1 k a ith p4'r4r..04
'1.k-\4iliers St-''ferd, a i:-preenet '
3ti, tu oer: at view 0f th C1 hh1l
. Trondh4 u, thei Q north'r-: 'la.l
-, areseas l n ith. 'or' 'it of Mr.
uny terit 1 'ini '14e.1s .m1 fo e i
n:: i 'ir is up1 t th. 1 .andar of '- e
D~YSPEPS!A, INDiG ESTION,
WEAKNESS, C!ULLS AND FEVERS,
MALAR:A, LlVER COMPLA!NT,
NEURALG1A AND R:-EUMATlSM.
Tis Invigorat- T. gives NEW'
ing and De- LIFE to th'e'
Jghtut to tcJke, whole SYSTEM4
and c.f great value by Strengtheinrg
as a Mei1e o the r.uscles, Ton.
weak and An.:-. *'I ng the NE~RVEs,
Women and Cail- c'- : ca~:d c..mplctelyDi
dren gesingthe food.
M inra s, is~e~ m- e. "hysiciansltelling
o~ed of car.f':!y 4~~) how to trea~t dis
elected Veget.- JI\e ea ses at N0ME.
ble M.edicines, . L':.uited, tcgether
cornbined skzi- - wit:iaseto!htand
u'y, ma4kin a some cards fl ew
Safe and Pleasant " Hl'lotype process,
Remedy. on receipt of 10 c.
r., a:-- 4.41- 4 :+f ' 4''-'- .:. 4 4 (r . ?e ..r -r
. . 5...44 " vs4.CAu 44::.: 4.., ....t eso44, u, & n lul 4
ils wll bu <-., 'har?"'
Volina Drug and Chemical Company,
-r oAmlL sn.,.t-s. A
Will se 1oll w, if those who stand in
need (f alythingU in xMV hne, only takc the
trwonie to call and see my new stock of
Clothing b pr a prchas-ng elsewhere. My
Stock is complt. in sizes, Ia.ltis and as
,ot"n'nt, in all gradles, and prices to suit
*I ave two convincing arguments this
AConon. whicl I ofler to all doubtful visit
ors. therb turning the-) into pleased cus
t wers. Tii ar g Ients. which are so
h:r to resist. are iii
I ofler to th':n. one anI all, together with
4hv i~l 1 ni.tl indrcen:eni; ofrent variety
treatment: therefore I feel
ar':ntdi t .1 atin that a visit to the em
i wil p c you. I invite von to
o 11 1an over t. new style5, assuring
Von that I c;n1 s..I:ow you some (:clusive
;! nlt. no. I; s, wh'ich are not
01y xcdnly desirble, but not obtai
I mulst not slight the boys. Their de
r :t icomplete' with suits of every
lserittions si'tble for ;l ages. Knee
.'nits :ill wool, at, fromn S3.50 up to
)...51. The'n suits for boys that wear long
pints, from 1! ) 17 years of age, from $2.50
to 1 5.
Evrv epartmn.rit in this establishment
ill.- with. a.m". ar cl-h in its line.
I Willca yo ttntiont the eft that
uy shoe -'p .,i-. t, the stoek, is tAe larg
St t.::t I -i. -i hdl. Gent-; fine
In e leading s.apcs, and the very
T-ality an m k. Th desiris g fi
(St hos wil do well to ordler or wait
itl ther comt. to Columubia, and save money
i)y pu'hasing at the Enporium of Fashion.
31. L. KINAR.D,
0ec Coluibia, S. C.
-TaIving just opencd a varied stock
[ desire to call t.e attenion of the Claren
le Pvople to the low prives and good qual
ity of :ha sam.. Ali wl..o faor ie with a
cal will naI i -11 everything at rock botton
prices, for CASH , as the following quota
Best D. S. sat c. per lb.
Iest Fauiiv Flour, T' lbs. for $1.
Best Standira A. Su:tr, 12 lbs. for $1.
C. Sugar. 1:3 lbs for S1.
Best Co'yee, 8 lbs. for $1.
Common Corfee. 10 lb.a. for $1.
Best Gilt Edge Butter, :3 lbs. for $1.
BEst Leaf Lard, 10 lbs. for $1.
All other Goods at proportionatoly low pri
e I wish to call special attention to my
Give me' a call before buying elsewhere,
ma I gnarantee satisfaction.
J. S. PLOWD)EN, Express Agt.,
ma Agent NEWS AND COWUERi for
Tho falil Session of Summerton
igh School will begin on Monday
September 6th, 1886.
The Principal -will have competent
Terms per month: from $1.50 to
9.0, acordin~s to grade.
JBoard, from SS to $10.
ss~ For further particulars, apply
o Dr. T. L. Burgess, Chairman Board
f Trustees, or to
hO. C. L.UX~,
Dn. .T. G. Dmauss is still at the old
staud, formerly occupied by the firm
>i.J. G. Diulsins & Co., andi is now
reparedl to supply the people of'
Clarndion wi it
S[L7ICTL Y P URE]
Dru and Medicines,
at the Lowest Puss/lu Prices.
P~ux-ra, Or., Gr.Ass To'r.r An-nCI.Es,
ToI .AN] I1tuu iuL.4mars, Cons, FINE
TerEr SoAn, STA.TIoNEWr, ETC.
Afall and seect stock of all the
contantly1 0on hand.
An r.iegart assortment of flue
CiGiSs AND TOBACCO.
ALL Co LORs.
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully.
copourded by cay or night.
J. C. H. Claussen & Co.,
Sem Bangv an Candy FactorY,
CH-ARtLESTON, S. C.
McGalian, Bates & Co.
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing,
Nos. 226, 228 and 2:30 Meeting St.,
CHARLTETON, S. C.
G -ROVE ___OL
Manning, S. C., Aug. 11,.186.
A Graded Scool for GirIS and Small Boys.
M iisYoni IoNIor :c; ANN Ewu.L, Pnimcr.s.
The third rear of the Manning Grove School will begin Sep
tember 6th, 1886. and close June 8th. 18S7.
It is the purpo~de of tlie Principals to give thorough iiisfltietion
in the elementary branlches, and then advance the pupils as
rapidly as somuid jiindgment will admit.
Special atteition given to Calisthenics.
The school buildii1l 5 is II Icomplete order for comfort and con
velience, being well ventilated, and amply heated in Winter.
Expenses Per onth.
First Grade, $1.00
Second . . .1.50
Third . . .2.00
Fourth " . . . .
Fifth . . .0
Sixth . . .0
Seventh and Eighth Grades, .4.00
Drawing and Paiiting. . . 2.50
For~ firther particiilars. -0 1) -)1v to either principal1.
11am M. B .ird Co.,
CHA~~EST N, . C.5
Countr, Platform an2 Cotton Scales.
Trueck-s, Grocers' Tinware, etc.
Patints and Pthdnters' Mfaterial of every description. 'We arc bead quarters'
for these goods Mid offer inducements tio purchasers. Aug18
Manuwfiacturers and Dealers in
Marinie 'Sta fio-nai' andI Poi~ahl Engies and Boilers, Saw
M1ill 3.1acinfery, Cot toni Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steam
boat, M1aclinfilzsts', Engieers;' and Mill Supplies.
fJ eCjx'i ec4~(Iide with, priolpfw(., and Dispatch. &Snd /or pri e list.
East lay , Uor. Pritchard St,
an3 lr. Charl'estonS. n.00
OTT" F. W.50RS,
WOLESALE tilr. in Wines, Liquorsand Sgar .
No. IStI E AST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
CALL ON OR WRI0.'TE TO
WlAL Bi & Co.,
King street, 7opposite Hasel
CRarleston, S. C.
'orthsegoos Cldofferinemnt Fournihasers G dsAnd1
C a ~lest plctonC0..shpe subon W oaproks,
KaieSa inr>adPrabeEgne n oies a
RilMahney Cto PrseGnRiraSem
EastBayOor Priea r d St.,
Guaanee Prea. Woesale~ ForoMcinr. O ss
CALLSALE ONWIT BY
Kin steeopoiteaer o h l
Feerlso, and Cner. A
lothing, , eFu rsrong Goos nd
constH I StK E Y Gisf, -un
Eightightaan cleasd..se r
Guarnted Pre nd alsom So endiia for rOter Us Pie.
FO RLEONLT Y .YC
~~~~~~~~~~ManufacturersofShdrdF'!izranJqnIc. of he Old~A
KAINT. PLZR REliSl Br Coton AGns,
Factrs ad Comisson e edes, aCondensers. NAl
JANr,3extraLstOng brS. New
A. G. CUDIWORTH, Ag
12"-> ME-vTI7NG STIZEET,
o Cpp. Charleston Hotel.
Manifiactirer end tdealrr in Saddle! -
Harness, Collrs, Whips. Saddle Hardwar
&c. K'op constantly on hand an extens!;
and well selecti-d stock of everything in t.'
line. And Mntfacture goods to order at
short notice. Oct. 14.
R I. MA RSH ALL& M0.
. HARDWARE YEICIIANTS.
139 MEETIN S'iRErr, Chorleston, S. C(
Sole Agents For
STARKE'S DIXIE PLOUGHS,
AYEY & SON'S PLOUGhI
DOW LAW COTTON PLANTER1
AND (UANO D!S'TRIBUTOIS,
Iron Age Harrows ind Craltivators, Rouwu
Plough Stock, Washhuirne & Moem's
Gralvanized Fence Wire. Chan.
lion Mowers and Ketipers.
WATSON'S TURPENTINBl TOOD
Manufactured in Fayetteville, N. 0. Eks;
Tool absolntelv warranted and
if broken will be
Also Dealers In
Hoop Iron, Horse and Mnle Shoes, Wozd
and Tinware. Coopcrs tools, Miners
Tools, Cutlery. Guns and Sport
Prices made on application.
GRAND, UPRIGIT, & SQUARE.
Tone and Durability.
1885-New'Orleans Expoition-Two Gol.1
Medals for Upright and Square.
1881- Boston (Mass.) Exposition-First
Prize for Square Grand.
1878-Paris Exposition-For Square an-1
187-Philadelphia Centennial-For Square,
Upright and Grand.
And also over
200 FIRST PREMIUMS
at State and County Fairs.
Have the endorsement of over 100 different
Colleges and Schools as to their durability,
A iarge assortnent of ScoD-HD 1rAN
os always on hand. General wholesale
agents for Palace, New Engind and Bur
de: t Organs.
Pianos and Organs sold on easy monthly
Pianos taken in exchange, also thorough
ly repaired. Send for Illustrated Piano oe
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Toracco, CIGwns, PirES, E-rc
Sole agents for the celebraed
brands of tobacco
IN CONSTANT USA
Buy Direct from the ManufactvrW
Wholeale Manufacturing Prices bo1
LARCE SOLID WALNUT CASES
BEST SEASONED MATERIALS
VOICED TO PERFECTIONi
TONE IS UNSURPASSED.
EVERY ORCAN WARRANTED FOR
SEND FOR CIRCULAB3.
READIN~G OR.GAN~ CO.,
F. ,T. EANTNER, Xanae,
MRS, A, EDWARDS
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE,
Manning, S. C.,
Fresh Fruits, Tcgetables, Nuts, &e., odt
hand and arriving daily.
M~y Bakery Depart
Complete with bread and pastry.
COME AND SEE ME AND BE CON:
vinced that my prices are low and that a
cannot be undersold.
Both light and heavy and always fresh,
pr- Canned Goo-I in endless variety,
Country trade solicited.
I thank my friends and patrons for pn:4
avors and ask a continuance of same.
pr Remember the place opposite Courta
ho-e Dec 17