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WEDNESDAY, 1CT. 38 i06.
TERMS OF SUBN'IUPTION:
One Year, in Advance 1 or :2.00 t
che Erpiration (f Six Mlaths.
Advertisements.--Per Squaro, frst in
Each snusequent insertion. 50c.
pe- Contract Advertising at reduced
Advertising in Local Coluimn, 19e. per
Several communieatiols were
crowded out of this issue.
The presentment of the Grand Ju
ry was made too late for publication
CROUP, W HOOPING C)UGH and1 Bron
chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's
The Grand Jury spent last Friday
and Saturday in town, inspecting the
books of the county officers, as pre
scribed by law.
Messrs. Earle and Purdy, Gen, E.
W. Moise, and P. G. ilowman, of the
Sumter Bar, are in attendance on the
Court. Mess.is. W. F. B. Hay nsworth
and Marion Moise are expected to
We were glad to see in our midst,
last week, the handsome countenance
of our cotemporary of the Florence
Time-s, NU-. C. H. Prince. He was in
visiting bis former class-mate, Mr.
Nettles, at whose marriage he offici
ated as groomsman.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia
and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is
guaranteed to cure you.
A list of the Federal and State
managers of election for next Tues
day are published to-day. Those ap
poiited have to go before the com
missioners of election, get their in
structions, the boxes, etc., and take
the oath required. The time is short,
so be up and doing.
Our genial friend, Mr. E. Conyers
Horton, has gone up to Yorkville to
manage Mr. Rigby's upper store,
while Maj. Carraway is down here
under the charge of a physician. We
are very glad to have our friend with
us, but are sorry he is obiiged to
come under such circumstances. A
speedy recovery, Major!
The Manning String Band were
out on a serenading expedition last
Monday. We are indebted to them
for several beautiful pieces played at
our window, at an hour when the
strains of soft music act as a sweet
lullaby. Two of us unite in thank
ing you gentlemen. We can assure
you a rendition at any time would be
Mr. Henderson, with his lovely
bride, nee Miss Ida Briggs, passed
through Manning Thursday on their
way to Spartanburg, the home of the
gThe Thrs has long boasted of the
friendship of Miss Ida, and her ser
'vices as correspondent have ever been
highly appreciated. Our readers re
member with pleasure her chaste and
entertaining communications, behind
the incognito of '-Sammy Swamp,"
and will unite with us in expressmng
deep and sincere regret that fateha
removed Miss Ida from among us.
Clarendon has lost a charming, ac
complished daughter, and Spartan
burg has won a jewel We congratu
late you, Mr. Henderson.
CATARRHI CURED, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiiloh's Catarrh Remedy.
Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free.
Two distinct earth-quake shock-s
were felt in Manning last Friday.
One in the morming at about 5
o'clock, and the other between two
and three in the afternoon. Both
shook glasses and furniture in the
houses, and made timid hearts quake
and tremble. However, the frequen
cy of these mundane disturbances
have made them cease to be wonder
ed at, and the feeling of supernatural
awe, once created by their coming,
has given place to an indifferent, in
dolent surprise, which manifests it
self and reaches no farther than a lit
tie food for street corner gossip. The
Manningito, the majority of them at!
least, if distinguished for anything
beyond the common, are phlegm ati-4
THAT HACKING COUGH1 can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure.
ELECTION NEXT TUESDAY.
Next Tuesday is the day for the,
general election. The voters of the
county have a duty to perform. They
are expected on that day to be pres
ent at the polls. Duty and patriot
ism require this. There are two con
stitutional questions to be voted for
or against; so vote intelligently-ev-,
ery citizen should make himself thor
oughly acquainted with the nature
and effect of these.
We hope to see a full Democratic
vote cast-a vote that will convince
our political enemies that the party
of peace and protection is still alive
On last Wednesday evening, the
20th inst., the Methodist Church of
or town, brilliantly lighted and hand
somely decorated, furnished as pret-!
ty a scene as was ever beheld in Man
ning. It was the occasion of the
marriage of Miss Sue Gjalluchat, one!
of Manning's loveliest daughters, to
Prof. S. A. Nettles, editor of the Clar
endon Enterprix, and Principal of' the'
Manning Academy. Promptly at 6
o'clock the organ pealed forth the
glorious strains of the wedding march.
This was the signal for the en~tran~ce
of the groomsmaen an , .rides-maids,
who were followed by the bride andI
groom. The ceremony was perform
ed by Rev. A. Nettles, father of the
groom, immediately after which
the party proceeded to the res
idence of the bride's mother and from
there toth depot, where they bado
adieu to the nappy couple who board
ed the 7 o'cloek train for a trip to
Charleston. The Lllowing were the
Mir. W. B. Bonham, with Miss Annie
Mr. C. H. Pr:ince, with ias Daisy
Bagnal. Dr. W. EI Browi with i~iss
Fannie Ilarvin. Mr. J. W. Weber
with Miss Lila Plowden. Mr. Ferd
inand Levi with Miss Annie Lova.
Dr. G. Allen Huggius, Jr., with Iiss
May the roses in their path through
life, fail "as thick as leaves in Vallaui
"The Devil's" Reply to Argonaut.
After reading "Argonaut's" com
munication in last week's issue of the
ToEs, on the deecil's bad spelling, etc.,
I feel that I would be doing myself
an injustice if I didn't reply and try
to show that the d<'--i1 is not the only
one that makes mistakes; and that
"Argonaut" has made, by his own ac
count, six mistakes to the deril's one,
he making the .wall number of fif
teen. He has "fostered the idea that
y looks prettier in amethyst than i,"
and I agree with him, after having
looked in the dictionary; but beg
leave to state that he had it spelt with
e, instead of y, making it read "ame
test"-it seems to m- that "amethist
looks decidedly better than "ame
thest," as it doesn't change the pro
nuncition of the word. while "mue
thest" gives it an entirely diferent
ound. In regard to his mianiiseript,
I would say I think it is to blame-ii
he'd think so too, if he saw it, with
all the wrong spelled words I have
The Treasurer is off on his rounds
olectig taxes. He will be at the
following places on the days nentiou
Hodges X Roads, Wednesd'ay, Oct.
Sprott's Store, Monday, Nov. 1st.
T. Duffy's old store, Friday, Nov.
Foreston, Tuesday, Nov. 9th.
Wilson's Mill, Friday, Nov. 12th.
Harvin's, (C. R. R.) Tuesday, Nov.
J. J. Convers'. Thursday, Nov. 18th.
Midway, (McFaddin store) Mon
lav, Nov. 22nd.
J. J. McFaddin's, Tuesday, Nov.
J. J. Dickson's store, Wednesday,
W. J. Gibbons, Thursday, Nov.
New Zion, Friday, Nov 26th.
Tindale 3i11, Thursday, Decem
The Treastirer's o!Bce in Manning
will be closed while the above ap
pintments are being filed.
Brilliant Marriage In Sumnerton,
RoSIN HI, Oct. 20, 1SA6.
Mr. Erron:-Oue link in the mnonotony
if dull times in our beautiful littic "Village
n the Pines" was to-day broken by a very
u tios, but beautiul and impress
ve Larriage ceremony at the Presbyterian
hnrh, at 1 o'clock 1'. M. The principaLs
Mr. Jamies Rutledge Henderson, of Spar
anburg, to Miss Ida M. Blriggs, of our
At 1'2.45 almost every pew in the Presby
~erian Church was occupied, and silence
imt reigned supreme. I say almost, for
e havo as much riaht to expect roses mn
December, or ice in June, as to cxpect a
Large assemblage of ladies, with a fair
:rinkling of babies, to keep compkte s:
ee. But Mr. Editor: with your new air
angement, you will becomne f amiliar with all
this in due uime.
The bride elect was one among, I might
say, Clarendon's greatest favorites, therefore
h little ripples in the congregaction were
blessings in disguise, as they helped us to
smother the poignan~t grief Iand soothe the
heart swellings !! ut the thought of haviu"
ne of our brightest jewels snatched, as it
were, from our midst, by a stranger, with
ut a moment's warning. Five minutes
before the appointed hour, as signal for the
ontrnce of the bridal party, the keys of the
~harch organ responded to the sweet an d
;ifted touch of 31iss Rtena Alen. in the
tndition of "The Weddiug MIarcha" by Men
elssohn. We noted wi:.h plesiure the very
iignified and graceful actions o;f e-very actorr
u this beautiful dirama. No v-eteran's foot
ver responded to the tap of his drum, in
more compete unison, tL a did their's to
h vibrations of the organ. They were
narried in the beautiful and binding cere
ruony of "The King" by the church pastor,
the Rev. Mir. Garris, who sems to ha'e
ent the last tcn days with ILip Van Win
l, as in the Ccremony ho mise-dik-d the
bmde-groow "W\illiamu"-imzagininlg that he
was mnar-ying Mr. Wiilia'a Dickson, the
2main actor in a similar aremuony thant he
had oniciated in near Providence last week.
But the bride-groom, evincing that uquick
business turn, which has fromt the begin
ning of this tragedy, charactkrized and
rowned his every eniort with success, did
not pronose to be iied of his prize at this
late stage of the proceediro's, by what the
parson afterwards term'd, a lapsus-hingnue.
He therefore very col.a quietly (unfder
the circumstances) informied tn. parson that
his name was "James Rutledge lienderson"
nd not "William Dickson.' The grooms.
men and brides-maids were paired off in
the foll'wing order:
1st counl' ---31iss Saraih Smythe. ofj
Charleston. and Dr. Heniry E. Hiitsh. Jr.,
2nd couple-Mr. Etw'd P. Br'ggs, of
Sammyu .'-wamp), with Miss Nannie Rich
ardson. o: Paiol.
3rd cou',le---Mr. Horace E. Walker. of
Spartab-i;g, with Miss Nora Brailsford, o1
1th couple-- Dr. Williami Kirby. of Spar
tanburg, with Miss SaLie Burgess, of $zam
Ushers-Messrs. Jo'hn R. Tingle and 11.
B 3ould'i in mal.
The bride wa given away by her broth
er, l R. R. ]lnts.
irother and sister-in-law to the bide: Mr
EmsM Caldwell, moither to Mrs. Uri-y
Capt. "nd Mrs. W. S. B3rig,~", brother a
si-te-n-'a to the bride; Mr. anid Mrs.
I.? Urie, brother and sister-in-law to t
bie jr. A. .J.. Messrs. Thomas. Hi. S., ::rl
A. C U3ris. brothers to the bride, :n
Masters Robbie a:id Dickie Smythe, neph
Time nor space will allow as to dwel
upon the tmagnliticeni lunch prepared for
the ce: -on by ,eur princely host, wh.s
handsco face and unb'utnded hmsp:tat:.
can only be excelledl by that of his wif6
Te bride's rents were numerou~s an
mas,ve. Time, taste. anid nlumbUr, wil
not emiUt us to, t?Omiont those given by
th.: bie's own family. The groom's con
slted of a large silver vwaiter, large massiv
aid bc autifully carved pitcher, goblet anti
bowl, bmtter dish, ice cream spoon, preserve
spoon, tea spoons. travel g cupl, and doay
ring. All solid silver, with the tasteful ant'
.-a:.maten nO~tm 'H1B.. inscibed~ on
e-x. to ti l'r
The Thent ina we:'-e- in~il evnn. i
Th brit'ie wh - w tnu ' vi.g. enri
311 ,' Tr:ifn -.b :':: o ~ !n
* I in,
IhiunedItely I fic- he '1 n el- o n of th
c'-tiu:.ny tl:t brial p.rt. rei-irel to the
<pacius anl 13 .1:: .si o7 f 111aj. 11.
t . in i g' ts p L-:t re t r.
Thos. Burgess and wife, Misses Sai Rich
ardson, Sarah IRagin, and Rena Allen:
Messrs. John I. Dingle, If. B. Tindal, and
last but not leaut, (at hincheon) your hum
ble correspozident. v.4u upon entering the
parlor. encotntered a ba.:-ry of such
p g , h forms, that
be~~~~~~~~" he:n-s" '1 nnla:-1t ch
in::tron (mothe~ of t're. grown i bir'un)
for one of t-t, in st imnlsou young' ladies I
now left in Satu nrton. We n,w \ comoe to
that never to bc- (by us) fe(-gtten hinch.
-0 hour of all hour-, the iost hie sS'd
1pon earth, bless' hoar of our dinne.r !
Wo ..-y live wi V. IIut poetry, amsic, and
T:- ma ir'. wym Io:i~ns :Ind l'-('
Wit L u 1j :-;.t:
e ' li-:e v.itaiut frientda, we may live
w ithont b Uc's:
But civilwz1l tan ca innot livu without
,railsfod. La silv -r f'ra.it b kct, hy
I. Itor:tee( E. WValker. Ve-ry Lar.tsle
az :: : b Mr1. IL Ba.lin TindaI
:c) Miss SSLyth rs t in!c on theli
no :ttco:p'nitIt d by titt sweet st of all
:msca istmee ss 1.-viol;in -- ir:<t, inl
1h m.s of 1i-r little 1,r-th-er, Dicie, wl0
slayed gn: kit l in :d hie bow,
or a chaid t his ae c(-o-.inly, by Ca it.
v. S.id Dr. A. J1.Ui- whose soful stir
i I!Z waltes ailit'St liftd e vry true w r
hpper a: th shrine of Tte' psicho',e (of
iLieni there wer, umtny) outL If Vthi seatu,
in 1 madle the..n pr't tl.vir f-e.tep ttheir
trenu-ous re: to2-yte ti!L.
We are nov: o tL ro.Jh :I very dr y
nd (ust p i : h ' t d
ionrs gd-y o n winl f(et, and in dhe
oidst of railant , to.e, ]ithe
notnIliS, and dr-'' y - i! e I! at ims I k
u-eeul in 1-:e- n:. wr :-a -~rcrr -p tdent,
pin fr, y n o w : : '::ri
:m ~ 1' rob f-it frrIe tie b.l. fIre e
a frt.~in.. --ll'."i - - -: . lie" wn
(il c I " I M of] - : :
=1'e, aMIndd lhe.' ii. ih the t-x- I pt i )a
)f a gei ::~ p:n1do-wns, on the vy
rsue tie ten : of ":L.
.Ej"T I.i II T
rno. C. 13)inal, ' 1-tac
J. N. Pker.
. L. Wi:poo.j r
. L. Gilint, J .ld
L. A. Lawrcnce. J". Mon
1. W. Cooper, Meladdin,
Tas. A. Burgess. E. S. i('edy,
. T. R iJgway. . Turbevi.
PACESTYILLE A.tr I
. W. Thames, J.D tltg,
. M. Thames, 3..Dnie
3. . Cander S.,Tda
~ee ap)o~itd o sr. at Bto onu
~crs, on Jo.N.ndodge,
B. . Dnkis, hiR. R. Mcraddin,
W. K Bel1. . Tnurbevlle
W. S Pak.. . Eten.e
R. F ITO~t~l, . . inl,
Was.MFcou. J.. H.oK Gety.
I... W T.h Chanler r.i,
R. cshns MW.oson,
X2 3 Ailfr. . L.irby. .
:ers onf Novt.2d, 188.T.Lc,
W.0.missoner - J. . Scor
He.D nns, . hes..Bahm
o. K. Be ll o. tL. Andrse
tis. Pak. J.noEdertbeson. e
the bF. Horn, H.~ B.hs eTida he
ros.pott Jr., b o 2J. (l. LNam,ad
ti. is shrtrso S.nP.r holdact
t uMrilsiord. H. L.v- Bhran,
K. J. M~eod' J. . Mcoy
wYSP nESIA, NESIN
FALrank P. COMpr, T
HIeY J. Wheler.
snx shoud call on 1LI t theunesgd
his o wek in. orde to by Swrngetl
he box M!instrutions oa~!these. The.
etiond wil- be on2n day th N~v.,n
drin i 'a"eroid
WEAKNESSi. ELLS -AND F'~iCSEEiRS,
MALARIAVeg LIE COMPLS sATM
cos Inviou t *Thai-eeI hNd.
Saing and e- LIFE Hhttpo teSS
a mdy Oea aleb SrengiteningC
yohna rg and C~~ad Compay.i
3JN T N SL1 -iI Book 'VA. ,
Will surely fo!!ow, if thise who stand in
neced C4 anyt'ing in my lin.o, only take the I
tronlie to cal :md see mV new stock of
Clthn bore- pu ~rchasinig es: r.M
sto is comple i izt-;, qualities and as
sortient, in aiIl grils, anid prices to suit
I have two convincing argmients this
seasoi wich I offer to all donbtful visit
ors, thervy tiurin them into plase ns
te Thes allmlents. which are so
I ofler t.i tt em.. one an ll, together with
the ilitirl indnlenents tf great varifty
ncu:1 nrteons tr--atnivt: therefore I feel
arraintd in ttill that a visit to the emii
noriimn will in;e you. I invite you to
comn and look over the nov. slvs, a. i.rimg
voi that I can show yon sou.elu
designs ain ..n-eties, which are not
only e.dily y desir'ue, l:i bu.t not obtain
I ast not Slit the boys. The-ir de
partmnt is coid with srits of every
descriptimn, suitlde fr all ages. Knee
paints. suits all woa, at fron $1.50 up to
60.50. Then suits for boys that wear long
paints, from 12 to 17 years of age, from $2.50
. departmen, l t in this establisbhment
is rled ithchoie aticls m its, line.
I will call your attention to the fact that
iy vhO d-pot, thevi stock, Is the larg
(st tlat I hav ever m d (d. Gents' line
0I in all ling shapes, and tie ery
best quiiIty and m. ilose des'rn fin"
Go 1h I w o w to order or wxait
'till ther come to Cobuubia, and save mone-v
by purcLasing -.t the Eauporim n o Fashion.
0 ct Colmannbia. S. C.
p q r E. 71.
-:iaing just oneneid a varied stock
I desire to call the attentioni of the Claren
dkln People to tho 1, r evs an7d good qual
y of the same. Al! who favor nie with a
e"i1 will End I sel ecrytiniIg at rock bollom
prices, fur CASH, as the folluwing (ulota
tions will show:
est D. S. Sies, at 9e. pe:' lb.
Best Family Flour, 25 lbs. for 1.
Best tandard A. Sngar, 12 lbs. for $1.
C. S-gor. 13 l's for $1.
]Xest cAiec, 8 lbs. for $1.
",otumIoii Cffee. 1') lbs. for $1.
Best Gilt Edge Btutter, 3 lbs. for $1.
Betst Leaf Lrd, 10 lbs. for i1.
A other Good., at prolartionately low pri
ees. I wi to a p ecial attention to my
Give mno a call before buying else'whe're,
and I gnoaranft(e satisfavtion.
.!. S. PiLa'WDEN. Exprr-ss Agt.,
and .igent NEWS AND COUR1JER for
The fall Session of Summerton
High School will begin on Mtonday
Septemnber 0th, 1886.
The Principal will have competent
Terms per month: from $1.50 to
$4.00, according to grade.
Board, from 58 to $10.
Wi For furtheor particulars, ap Ily
to Dr. T. L. Burgess, Chairman Board
of Trustees, or to
Jso. C. L.mnAo,
Do. J. 0. DhNraNs is still at the old
stand, formerly occupied by the firm
of J. G. Dinkins & Co., and is now
prepared to supply the people of
flrg3 and 2edicines,
at the Lowest Po siJl Prices.
PAINs, OILs. GLASS, TorirT AnTroLns,
LooTH AND) J1AIR BUst-:s, Co31Bs, FIN
TorrT SoAP, S'rTrioNnYm, ETc.
A full and select stock of all the
constanth- oin hand.
An elegaLnt assort ment of fine
CIGA1IS AND) TOBACCO.
Physicia ns' Prescriptionls carefully
comounded by dayv or night.
J. C. H. Claussen & Co.,
Steami Bakry and Candy FactorY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mc1Gahan, Bates & Co.
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing,
Nos. 226, 228 and 2:30 Meeting St.,
M3anning, S. C., Aug. 11, 1886.
A Graded School for Girls and Small Boy.
30sr YiuucImm IN~ur .o~ANsrs EWEt, PrIALs.
The third year of the Manniing Grove Sebool will begin Sep
tember 6th, 1881f1, and close June 8th. 1S87.
It is the )urplose of the Princ'ij als to give thorollugh instruction
in the eleinen tary brauies. and then udvance the pupils as
rapidly as solud judgment will admit..
Special attention given to Calisthenies.
The school building is in complete order for comfort and cou
venience, being well ventilated, and amply heated in Winter.
Expenses Per onth.
First Grade, , . .$1.00
Second " . . .
Thi rd ".. .0o
Fourth ". . . 2.5I
Fifth . . .3.00
Sixth " .).0
Seventh and Eiglth G rades, .4.0
Drawing, and1 Painitin. . 2.50
For further particulars. apply to either prinicipal.
William M. Bird & Co.,
CI-IARLESTON, S. C.
Counter, Platform and Cotton Scales.
Trucks, Grocers' Tinware, etc.
Paints and Painters' Material of every description. We are headquarters
for these goods and offer inducements to purchasers. Aug18
Charlston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers, Saw
Mill Machinery. 0ol ton Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steam
boat, Ma chinis ts', Eignecrs' and Mill Supplies.
r".air,:c.:cid i h prounineiss and Dis.palch. .S&ijl r " pri.C lisc4.
East Bv, Oor. Pritehard St.,
lCr. Charleston, S. C.
OTTO F. WIETERS,
WHOLESALE dealer in Wines, Liqnors and Segars.
No. 181 EAST BAY, CHAIRLESTON, S. C.
CALL ON OR WRITE TO
FAIK & CO.,
King street,1opposite Hasel
Charleston, S. C.
Clothing, Furnishing Goods and
Samples sent on application. C. 0. D. shipped subject to approval.
@@' W H-NO?KlE YH, 4
Eight Years Old..
Guaranteed Pure and Wholesome For Medicinal or Other Uses.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
S. WOLKOVISKIE, Agt.
The Brown Cto i o.,
N E LON'DON, Conn.
- Manufacturers of the Old
- Reliable Brown Cotton Gins,
Feeders, and Condensers. All
the very latest improvements:
- two brash belts, steel bearings,
improved roll box, patent whip
- per, extra strong brush. New
age < perfected Feeder, enlarged dust
-i n- construction. Gins fast, runs
2light, and cleans the seed per
* ~Se~nd for Circular and Thrice
1. J. Pu.zi ,' Prid -ut. F. S. RoOGRs, Treasurer.
ATLAN~TIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
CIItf L>ENTUM NX C.
Manufacturers of Siundard Ferilicr ma J~npor'.rs <nf PC) E7 G ERUTAN
KAIN/T. PELZER RODGERS& Co., Gen. Agents
Jan. 13. Pro~w?' 1i7,rf ('IJ AlR iE TQA O, S. C.
TRUBOHIN SON &COM~PANY,
Factors and Conunission Merchants, Cotton and Naval
JAm 13 CHJARLESTOX S.C(.
A. G. CUD WORTH, Agt
155 31EETING STREET,
Opp. Charleston Hotel.
Mannfavetnrer e.nd lealt-r in Saddler.
Harness, Cllans Whips, Saddle Hardwa:
&c. Keep constatly n hand an extensiv
and well. sclected stock of everything in tli.:
i.nt And .ranufatcture goods to order at
short notice. Oct. 14.
sR. NARlSl A L L& CO.,,
S HARDWARE CANTS.
139 MrzE'r SrnTrr, Chmrleston, S. C.
Sole Agenits For
STARKE'S DIXIE PLOUG1S.
AVERY & SON'S PLOUGUS
DOW LAW COTTON IL ANTER
AND GUANO DIsTRIBUTORS.
Iron Age Harrows and Cultivators, Roma
Plough Stock. Washburno & Moem's
Galvanized Fence Wir, Chama
pion Mowers and Kcapar*
WATSON'S TURPENTINB T00f?
Manufactured in Fayetteville, N. (. SW
Tool abso:nte ly warranted and
if broken will be
Also Dealers In
GENERAL HAIRDWAR E,
Hoop Iron, Horse and Mule Shoes, Wocd
and Tinware, Coopers tools, Miners
Tools, Cutlery, Gins and Sport
Prices nimade on application.
GRAND, UPRIGHT, & SQUARE..
Tone and Durability.
1885--New Orleans Exposition-Two GolJ
Medals for Upright and Square.
181- Boston (Mass.) Exposition-First
Pri.e for So-:are Grand.
1878-Paris Exposition-For Square aid
1876-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
Colliges and Schools as to their durability.
A large assortment of SEvo-0-lHAx Pia
os always on hand. General wholesale
agents for Palace, New England and Bar
Pianos and Organs sold on easy monthly
Pianos taken in exchange, also thorough
ly repaired. Send for Illustruted Piano oc
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,
CH A RLESTON, S. C.
Ton~teco, Cnuns, PIrf's, Erc.
Sole agents for the celebrated
brands of tobseco
IN~ CONSTAN~T USD
Buy Direct from the Manfaate.
Wholeale Manufacturing Prices fM.
LARGE SOLID WALNUT CASta.
BEST SEASONED MATERiALS
VOICED TO PERFECTIONK
TONE IS UNSURPASSED.
EVERY ORCAN WARRANTED FOR
SEND FOR CIRCULAR3;
IREADfliG ORGAN C.,
F.* J. EANTNEB, Nanager,
&s:A:I G.o Pa
OPPOSITE COUJRT HOUSE
Manninug, S. C.,
F:ash Fruits. Vegetables, Nuts, &c., on
hand and arriving (aily.
Mfy Bakery Depart~
Complete wi bread and pastry.
CO M ) N SEE ME AND BE COY
vined that my prices are low and st l'
cannot be undersold.
Both light and heavy and always fresh4
pm Canned Goods in endless varey
Country trade solicited.
I thank my friends and patrons for past
favors and ask a continuance of same.
pzg iRememnber the place opposite Conir'
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