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THE MANNING TIMES.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17,1886.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at
the Erpiration of Six Months.
Advertisements.-Per Square, first in
Each subsequent insertion. 50c.
J!0- Contract Advertising at reduced
Advertising in Local Colnmn, 10c. per
Our progressive barber has a coIL stove.
Our farmers are prepairing to plant oats.
Only one wedding on the "carpet" this
Mr. Thomas Miles, of Philadelphia, is in
The Legislature meets on Tuesday, the
The tusiness of the town seems to be on
A large delegation of Manningites attend
ed the State Fair.
The serenaders were on their rounds
last Thursday night.
Our market is supplied weekly with fine
fish from Charleston.
Cotton receipts of Manning are beginning
to grow beautifully less.
M. J. Hirsch, Esq.. of the Kingstree bar,
was in town yesterday.
What suit is that in which a man never
feels comfortable? Law suit.
"HACKMETACK," a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents.
Miss Hattie Billups, of Summerton, is
visiting the family of Maj. Benbow.
Don't forget the Dime Reading at the res
idence of Dr. J. G. Dinkins Friday night.
The editor being sick, the editor pro tem
begs the indulgence of the TIMFS' readers.
Owing to our limited space this week,
much interesting reading is necessarily left
A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bot
tle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50
Judging from the state of the weather we
would say that winter will be here by
.We miss from the streets the genial face
of our friend, Col. B. P. Barron, whom we
learn is quite unwell.
Every one ought to read the annual re
prt of the County Commissione'rs pub
lhed in this issue.
A full account of the proceedings of the
Farmers' Convention held in Columbia on
the 9th inst., is given on the 1st page.
The new hack recently purchased by Mr.
Bell is decidedly pretty. It will add much
to the comfort of the traveling public.
FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Complaint,
you have a printed guarantee on every bot
tle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to
We judge that the tax gatherer is doing a
thriving business, from the number of per
sons inquiring for the whereabouts of his
Mr. Jesse Plowden has moved from his
old store. He is now doing business in the
neat little brick store recently erected by
The Sumter Light Infantry are holding a
fair in Sumter for the benefit of the com
pany. The company will give a hop in
Music Hall to-night.
Owing to the length of the Annual Report
f the County Commissioners we were
forced to leave out the advertisements of
essrs Levi and Loyns.
Managers of Federal election can obtain
heir pay by' calling on Mr. A. Levi. Mr.
. S. Plowden, we are informed, will pay
he managers of State election.
THE REV. GEO. H~-THAYER, of Bour
bon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe
our lives to SHTLOH'S CONSUMPTION
Lately, in a music Hall, after the ballad
lady had warbled: "Would I Were a Bird,"
great excitement was created by a stalwart
mner in the audience shouting, "Would I
were a gun."
We regret to record the death of on e of
iarendon's oldest and highly esteemed cit
izens, Mr. Sam'l C. Brunson. Mr. Brun
son died on Monday last, at his home near
Summerton, of apoplexy, in the 68th year
f his age.
Died, at his home in Newman, Ga., on
)aonday last, Dr. W. R. Caldwell, formery
of this county. The Doctor had a host of
friends in this county who will regret to
learn of his death. His bereaved family has
our sincerest condolence.
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indiges
tion, Constipation, Dizziniess, Loss of Appe
tite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a
Maj. Hudson Lee, of Charleston, was in
town on Monday. He came here to adjust
the loss of Capt. W. S. Briggs, whose dwell
ing and household effectswere destroyed by
hre some time ago. Capt. Briggs was in
sured in the Liverpool, London and Globe
Insurance Company for $1,800. The entire
mount will be paid.
SHLOH'S CATARRH REMEDY-a pos
itive cure for Catarrn, Diptheria, and Can
The offcial cos'nt for this county is as
For Governor, John Peter Richardson,
For Lieut. Governor, Win. Li. Mauldin,
For Secretary of State, W. Z. Leitner, 904.
Attorney General, Joseph H. Earle, 904.
Treasurer, Isaac S. Bamberg, 904.
Comproler Gen'l, Win. E. Stoney, 904.
Spt. of Education, Jaimes H. Rice, 904.
Adj't and Inspector Gen'l, M. L. Bon
ham. Jr., 904.
Schol Com'r, P. G. Benbow, 902.
County Commissioners-A. M. Brailsford,
905; E. Conyers Horton, 900; T. Jeff Cole,
Judge of Probate, Louis Appelt, 899.
Senator, Jos. F. Rhbame, 903.
Representatives-James E. Tindal, 881.
. R. Plowden, Jr., 896.
The whole number of votes given for con
stitutional amendment, relative to the issue
of StateBonds, was 672. The number of
votes in favor of said amendment was 425.
Against amendment, 247. The whole num
ber of votes given for constitutional amend
ment, relative to the census, was 651..
In favor of said amendment, 468. A
gaint said amnendmuent, 183.
For Congress, Geo. W. B~argan, 908.
What True Merit Will Do.
The unprecedented sale of Boschers Ger
na &Jrup within a few years, hus astonish
ed the world, It is without doubt the safest
and best remedy ever discovered for the
speedy and effectual cure of Coughs, Colds,
and tne severest Lung troubles. It acts on
g entirely different principal from th~e us
zal prescriptions given by Physicians, as it
does not dry up the cough and leave the
disease still in the system, but on the con
trary, removes the cause of the trouble, heals
the parts affected, and leaves them in a
~~re., h ealh onatin - A bntl kept in
the house for use when the u ea1
their appearance, will sa doctor's Nlls an
a long spell of serious illne-ss. . trial wti
convince y'olu of these facts. It is l *sitive
lv sold by all drng-nst< ai n er iiet n
in the land. Price. 75 eents, largc tti:.
A visit to Dr. (ireen's Laborat:r1v. :1
Woodbury, N. J., has conLiidrabl y ebatn
ed our views, and especially ou1 prju!icer
in regard to what are nl knovn:
--Standard Patent Moeicines." O coma
we are getti'g to the age in life wlian wt
are forced to conclide L4' itself a huni
bug, and naturally di-ztruxst :m vthinIL tiu
has not withstood , g :nd an J tr ex-lro
es. Being a physicii I li the i
to know how ue' a s (l i f tw -
preparations coukl be ssil for so ily
years. The perfect syst::: uIL (1t
business is conducted. :nd .he -
tical arraiements for tii i nanu1.e:ure o:
the two recilpe vith wich we were I'
acquainted : !e suf;iiVntly eonvincing to
us tiat te \ , rsv Fw.:. f(r " ."lj
and Liver Coinplaints, and oem sI G
:M Sunrp, for Throat and Lung Trouible,
were for the compltints they are recoi
mended, uost excellent roie'des and onlv
regret that in much of our practie lic'ial
ethics prevent us fromn lirescribing thm11
without niakiiig the i fornl ImbI WILi
we were shown the r aet quantity of volun
tary ltters having beeLn forwrdod Dr.
Green, frota all parts of tl: omitry.
from all classes of pople, 1:.k rr :
ters, and doctors, giv in a ieili * f
their ailnients, t lsti"nonials of tIhir c.r s,
etc., I feel like nrs ng Dr e'..u
gestion that the Governi 1t e l such
valuable formuts 'anti nse hiia for Sn 'Il
eral use by giviiig iote(ction to th.- invent
or same as pattnts genera"y ' p' 'om
. 2'. Drugi (re'r yf t 1
WHY VILL YOU congl when Shilho's
Cure will give immediate relief. 1'rice 1
ets., 50ets., and :1.
SHILOR'S CUtRE will immteliaetl-tv re
lieve Croup, Whuoping C''ugli and .1 n-h
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS. made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shdlohs ('tre is the
remedy for you.
SHILOII'S Col-(iH and Consanption
Cure is sold by us Ln a giarianteie. It eurs
For laine back. side or eilt. use Shil.h's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 etits.
SHILOH'S VITAT.IZEIR i.s wiai you oi
for Consumption, Loss of Apptit--. ])iii
ness, and all symLptonis of 1>yslit Isia. 'rice
10 and 75 cents per bottle.
CROUP, WHOOINt COUG H In 1 Tron
chitis iinmediately relieved iy -L'I
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepa
and Liver Coampaint? Shilo 's Vitalizer is
guaranteed to cure you.
CATARRH CURED. healt and sweet
breath secured. by Sliiloh's Catarrh 1:aedy.
Price 50 cents. Nasal liijector free.'
THAT IIACKING COD UI can le so
quickly cured by ShiIoh's Cure.
The reduction of internal revenue
and the taking oir of revenue stamps
from Proprietary Medicines, no doubt
has largely benefitted the consumers,
as well as relieving the burden of
home manufacturers. Especially is
this the case with Gren's Aegusi
Floucer and iRksch;' Grman grvp,
as the reduction of thirty-six cents
per dozen, has been added to increase
the size of the bottles containiug these
remedies, thereby giving one-fifth
more medicine in the "75 cent size.
The August Fowern for Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint, and the Gevrman
Syrup for Cough and Lung troubles,
have, perhaps, ilie largzest sale of any
medicines in the world. The advan
tage of increased size of tne bot
tes will he greatly appr'eciated by
the sick and afflicted, in every town
and village in civilized countries.
Sample bottles for ten cents remain
the same size.
WEAKNESS, CHILLS AND FEVERS,
MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT,
NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM.
T is Invigorat. IT gives NEW
inlg and De- LIFE to the
ghtful to take, whole SYSTEM
and of great value by Strengthening
as a Medicine for ,- the Muscles, Ton
weak and Ailing ing the NERVES,
Women and Chil- and comipletely Di
dren, gesting the food.
no hurtful ~ b edn
Minerals, is corn- hscas eln
posed of carefully ~ o otetds
selected Vegeta- \\Iessa OE
ble Medicin es,~. iietgte
combined skill- wtaeo ad
fully, making a s'ecrsb e
Safe and Pleasant Heolerce,
Wi ot ep OLI Cotli I, owzu t o trent, is
buihle wilmailedz togethert
VolnarugandChe ital seofan
Rethedy. B on rtoecitozo.
tale will be ane, chark p ~ ,
Vo ona ru =auand'ro Chemcal~ Comany hss
Es Chiros Co., c. Ha.n A. n~
- A cls
a Boonooe --is~a
entons nd ptent evre ubleEvrno
ofnformSTiona whic into person seud berwiircula.
suc thalit mnactrcaion nerlynn equaln chaoal
oEras ofairs cass w vn conibnd nrc.2a
Tear maot o lub Seeldy lnewserdevoeds
ventions andlishenss ever.published.aEvery.nu.
ber llutratd w tsi enrings T C.hvs
Tepplteo Pte Osie F.nd hAve.repAreds
suhthtits circl~ionar patets ntheo l
oter ae ts cla cmined. Pyriht.$31a
Assr. iscountCus. Sond yall eseapers.o
Urng o Pubvishers No.36rroawa, theY
U~itc St TSECad. E1nlnd&. Frace
Crman andothe forignsounties Try
pared PaterntOfce and raoave trerms.
f mlorie wthout chne. Hnd-b Tou--o
nnformaponicet free. oPatents otinte
thogunitedCo sares ntd orin hcieuntie.
mrcane. Tadane-3 ofrsu, o-ichts,
Aelunessignments apens ho with tor for
pseuring t inCnOs Othece nga n"th
U::zte. d StaeCn. Englandk.Frne
WV. Shepherd & Co.,
2:12 EETIG T.,
Tinwar(es, House Furnishing
Goods, Potware, Kitchen and Stovc
re'Scnd for Price List and Cireu
WELCH & EASON,
183 & 187 Meeting Street, and 117
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Invite attention to the following
1Cut Loaf Sugar, 12., lbs . for St.
(rannted r10 lbs. for S1.
Conf.-etoers' Sugar, 15) lbs for i.
Whi. 1 Ex. C. Iar 1i lbs. for si.
Li-.ht Brown Sugar, 11. bs for $1.
Grood Brown ir).2 lbs fur $1.
211. To:natoes, o ets.a doz.
311). Tomatoe. S1.10 a doz.
Gool Segars. -1 for a box of 50.
These are but a few of the many attract
ions we are constantly otiering, and house
keepers will ind it greiatly to their advan
tage to send for a copy of our Monthly Price
List, and consilt it always.
pi'No charge for packing or drayage.
Wholesale Grocers and
159 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Direct Importers of Ales, Porters,
YCines, and Brandies.
.--THiOMV, JRi. J1. .L TroMAS.
Stephen Thomnas, Jr,& Bra,
Jewelry, Silver and
Spectacles, Eye Giassas, and
gg Watches and Jewelry repaired
by expert workmen.
273 Kiio S-r.,
ICHAIRLESTON, S. C.
I hav"e opened a first-class Shaving Saloon
t the' Ent.:rprise office, and solicit the pat
ron of the citizens of Man~ning and com
Pw~ -Ihir Cutting, 25c. Shaving, 10e.:
f--Speciad attenltion given to children.
Jnh 156.MAYNxINo, S. C
In the CODst of Probate,
STAXTE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLAT1END~ON,
(ori-r or r:or-.'E
Matilda T. McFaddin in her own righi
anda as Alm~nist ratrix of theO estate of James
1L. Mcliaddin, deceased, intestate,
yii of~ I: Hugh MrcFaddina. a muinor of
two year. ci age: Jrohni J. 31eFddin, JTr..
ad th.e I andc . .,rtgage anid Trust In
Citation to Croditors. Otor
Bed case, bearing date Ocoer-th, A
D. 1S4X, it is adjudged:
That all peorsonis having claims again.t
the estate of JanLiIIL.11 iaini, deceaised.
be, and the euuse arc he-obyv reqmired to
prove~ and tile them inl tiie sold Conrt of
1ProbateO on or before th,. arst d:. of JSann-l
ary I.D 1'S7 at nWon, or La debarred of
arv bendit of the Deeron mae thereiix.
Wistns my, hanl anud "eal of o11ice this.
J. DrPRJE AXLSIIROOK,
Oct2 Probate Judge, C. C.
McGahan, Bates & Co.
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing,
~Nos. -26, 228 and 2:30 Meeting St.
lsSU .Nov. )th. Nov. 9th, .t;.
No doubt the Fair this season will be
more successful than any in the past.
Extensive preparat1ins are inde
on a large scale to entertain the visitors,
who expect tc attt nd th- Fair.
In addition to the above attraction I will
take pleasu-r in entertaining visitirs the
Zmporima of Fashion, with an exhbitlon
df fash ionabl clothing for men and Ioys.
The iplay of m.i's garmiients are artisti
a.lly alrang o A to gi e the Visitor the
uopportaity of 'Indin the style garnwnt he
111ay ieed w 1i lkin Over thc. whole
stock. on eturin th- Imnoth estah
lishmnt, to your rig'ht vou will :Iud a hnd
somec line of Gents' Furnishing Gods;: this
cepartient cni-'sts ofshirts. Laundried and
tilundried, of every -d-escription, half
hose in plain m d faney, collars, u gloves,
hainkerchief-;. supenders. and an elegant
line of gents' ncc-wear.
To your lt-ft is the hat dlcpartment, wh-re
you will find all the latest style-s and shapes
of soft and stiffl hts, awatin' y-ur inslot
ion: also a beautiful lino of si11 abrehibi ,
with gold and silver hanles.
Then in the c-ntcr of' this large store you
will find the counters loaded With choice
suits for lmien and y outh, of every -tyle,
pattern. and nality (od
Near the center you cimc to the entaway
suits, in whi p cord, cork scrcw, cheviots and
Then still imovi. on you comie to thc
Counktrs illied wit do-uble breasted freck
iott-i and vest-. After r-:'asng this stoch
Von are lead into the boys' d--partment,
which is entirely seprte from the oth-r
lepartment. Tihis- stoack of boys and child
reis clothing i. nit sirpassed ;-by any in
the city or State. The displafar exceeds
any of m1y past ende avors i1 naking this at
traction for the bovs and their mothers.
The styles and textures of th'-sc goods can
wt be found elsewhere in the citv. Tlose
who have visited this d-pa:tmnu-iit aIre more
than pleased with the stock. Just opposite
to the boys' deaLtient von will find a line
f gents tine sho, s, whic can be had in
tny strie or sh;er' thazt vi nimay need. 1
keep none but the leadi'ng makes in this
tock. R.Zemember you can find them in all
urades. Those who want fine shoes will
M. L. KINARID,
)ct6 Columbia, S. C.
I C. H. Claussen & Co.,
Steam Bakery and Candy FactorY,
CHAILESTON, S. C.
p? IIaving just opened a varied stock
desire to cail the attention of the Charen
on People to the low prices and good quial
ty of the same. All wlho favor mae wit b a
all will find I sell evecrything at rock. bottomi
n-ies, for CASH, as the following quota
ions w'ill shov
Best D. S. Sides, at 9e. per lb.
Be-it Fa~'ml Fl our. -2 lbs. for $1.
Bet Staun dard A. S~ugar, 121lbs. for S1.
C. Sugar, 13) lbs for '-1.
Be-st Cofl'ee 8 lbs. for -1.
Colmmion Coffee, 10 ibs. for $1.
I est (ilt Edge Butter, 311bs. for St.
Best Leat Lard, 10 ibs for 81.
All other Goods at proportionately low pri
es. I w'ih to call sipeeil attention to my
Give mev a c.ll ' efore b~uying elsewhere,
nd I guarantee saitisfactioni.
J. S. Pi'LWD)EN, E-xpress Agt.,
nd Agent NEWS AND CUCRIF,1R for
Dn. J. G. DixxINs is still at the old
tand, formerly occupied by the firm
>i J1. G. Diukins & Co., and is nlow
~repared to supply the people of
STRUKTLY P URE'
Drugs and Medicin es,
t the Lowest P---il Prices.
.utN-s, OrLS, Gi.ss, Torzr Au-rcwz,
ooTrn AND HfAtI Bla'Uit, CromIa, FINE
CorzrLE Soars, S-rt rNI1X, Ere.
A full and select stock of all the
Patent and Non-Secret Medicines
An eleant atssort ment of rune
('1v ARS AND TO 8A CC0.
A L. L(Co LO)s.
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully
ompounded by day or night.
AVEATS, TRADE MAR!(S AND COPYRIGHTS
)btained. an-i all othir ,inessiC-- in tie 1.
. P'atent O(ice attendedi to for MJI/jE!
Send J/-'/lEL "h' lill! 1I7X';. W> ad
ise as- t) pait-'nabiilt fr-e of charge ; and
se liatk- 30'! 1/v'!; ' \L E W E (>B-~
Wie ref--r hre to the~ Potmautci-, the Sept.
f .Money Ord--r lTi. and to oflicis of tile
U.~ 1. i'tet onl ii. For eireular. advice,
ter ms and ref. renctes to acitual clients in
you own S -' ei orounty. write to
C. A. SNOW & Co.,
Manning1, S. C., Aug. 11, ISS6.
A Graded School for Girls and Small Boys.
M~ss; Tuim Ixm:.ur :, AxN: EWELL. P
T he thir year f tile Giinl Grove 'Sehool will beginep
temnbel th. IS86. 11oi e .Imo s!h. 1887T.
It is the purpose of the l'rincipii to give thoroughd instruction
inl the clelreinia- hnno-hosz5. aI nd then1 -lanceP the pils;iIs as
ril as Sudli1 jNlymen ill :nhnit.
pecial attent ion given to Cazistlie .
The school biln111 is inl enoinplete orler 1,01 comiiiflort and col
velce. beil ng well eni(1 ated. an1d alllly h.?d i Winter.
Expenses Per onth.
First G rade. . . .00
Second 1 ..5
Third . . .0
Fourth ". . -
Seventh Irl Eih ti G rades. .
IFor) fuirthe r t (lld ps ;jAvI toe either prinipial.
William 1. ird .00
Counter, Platformn and Cotton Scales.
Trtcks, Grocez s' Thiwarey etc.
Paints an(1 Pajnt-rs* M1aferial of ever ' description. We' are headquarfers
for these goods and offer inldueenints to purchaser. Aug18
Charie--stn p aon Works
~4anfa~tnersand Dealers ini
Mlarine Staljonar y. nd Port-0e Engines and Boilers Saw
Mil Mchney.C,-tton Prs4Gins, Railroad, Steam
b oa t, M fa C 111*1) 1 ignI 'aIersI-.! an1.-1d-7 Mil I I) plies.
e we ' On!! jn m'f.~CdIpalh. i~~e'w pr~ice lb4?-.
il ~ ~ A-.50 I
East sav, Cor. P ritdiard St.,
Ja13 1 Charleston, S. C .
OTTO F. IETE
Ff thOLESALE dealer in Wines, Liorsand Ser ars.
No. 1 EAST BY, CHARLESTON , S. C.
CALL O'N OR? WRITE TO
King streto pposit Wasel
Cor o Ciarleston, S. C.
Mil MchneyCothngreses.in Galod Stand
Samle s Chonaplst on, 0.1. shpeuC oaprvl
wHOL~~sALE de~~ale nWns inr n eas
No'8 AT ACALETN .C
Guaanee PreCl oin, Fornishd~ingI od s and
Sampessn Bonapicto. O.tto. shpe ujctioppov
N WH LONDONE YOnn
EihtY ans trOslfd. eOl
TheBron Ctto Bron CoG.,
- Feeders, and Condensers. All
so the very latest improvements:
two brush belts, steel bearings,
- ,~~O~dG,4,improved roll box, patent whip
per, extra strcng brush. New
perfected Fee-ler, enlarged dust
&i nStrong, durable and simpie
Send for Circular and PI~ee
F. J. Puxe, Pr esident. F. S. IRoDGERS, TOresurer.
ATLANT ?IC PI~IOSPIIATE COMPANY,
CHJAtRi ESTON, *S. C.
Manu facturers o f S/oaarul F'erilixvrs a Iinp~rrters <f .PUR E G E R A.N
KA- /'IT. PEILZERt RODGERIS & Co., Gen. Agents
Jan. 13. Drm~.w-' Ww'r CH A R LE~STo; OS, M. U
TRUMBO, HINSON & COMPANY,
Factor s an'd Coniuna.issin M.erchanits, Cotton and Naval
s1 A N 1:3 (, 1. k! [EsTO( &. C
A. G. CUDWORTH, Agt.
15 !ETING STREET,
opp. Charleston Hotel.
Man ufact nrer nd deal.-r in Saddlery'
H~arnss. Collars, Whips, Saddle Hardwar
&c. Koep constantly on hand an extensiv
and well slected stock of everything in thie
lire. And Inufattare goods to order at
short notice. Oct. 14.
It. 3IARI.LL& (0.,
S . HlARDWARE MERCHANTS.
135 _IEETIN STREET, Charleston, S. C.
Sole Agents For
STARKE'S DIXIE PLOUGHS,
AVERY I N PLOUGHS
DOW LAW COTTON PLANTER
AND GUANO DISTRIBUTORS.
Iron Age inrrow: and Cultivators, Roman
Plonh Stock. Wasliburne & 3Ioem's
Galvanizod Fene Wire, Cham
pn Miewers and Keapers.
WATSON'S TURPENTINE TOOLS
Manufactured in Fayetteville, N. C. Every
Tool absointely warranted and
if broken will be
Also Dealers In
Hoop Iron, Hors2 and Mule Shoes, V
and Tinwa re. Coopers tools, Miners
Tools, Cutlery, Guns and Sport
Prices made on application.
GRAND, UPRIGHT, & SQUARE.
Tone and Durability.
1885-New Orleans Exposition-Two Gold
Medals for Upright and Square.
18S1- Boston (Mass.) Exposition-First
Prize for Square Grand.
1878-Paris Exposition-For Square and
1876-Philadelphia Centennial-Far 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 large assortment of SEco!D-HAYD PiAY
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 Illustrated Piano or
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,
CHA R LESTON, S. 0.
ToBACCo, CIGAR.S, PIPES, Erc.
Sole agents for the celebrated
brands of tobacco
BROA D ANi.
IN CONSTANT UH
Buy Direct from the Manufad
Wholesale Mlanufacturing Prices from
LARCE SOLID WALNUT CASE8
BEST SEASONED MATERIALS
VOICED TO PERFECTIO1K
TONE IS UNSURPASSED.
EVERY ORGAN WARRANTED FOft
SEYD FOR CLRCULARS.
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F. 3. EANTNEB, Manager,
MRS, A. EDWARDS
OPPOSITE COURTIT HOUSE,
MIanning, S. C.,
Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Nuts,~ &c. ce
hand and arriving daily.
M~y Bakery Depart
Complete with bread and pastry.
COME AND SEE ME AND BE OOYg
vinced that my prices arc low and that I
cannot be undersold.
Both light and heavy and always freeb,
gr Canned Goods in endless variety.
Country trade solicited.
I thank my friends and patrons for p*
faor and ask a continuance of sae
gr Remember the place opposite C)ourts
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