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THE MANING V."v1 *"5
WEENESDAY, DEC, 8, 188
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The. Board of County Commissioners will
The Auditor advertises the time for mar
ing tax returns.
The sheriff advertises land to be sold
Monday, salesday, in Jaumary.
Now is the time to have your hair trimm
ed, for Xmas will soon be here.
Mrs. Edwards has an attractive lot of
Xmas goods. The children will bear in
mind St. Nicholas has located there.
If you want to look pretty so as to catch a
sweet heart, have your hair trimmed at C. C.
Mr. S. A. Nettles, of the Ederprise. has
been quite sick for several days. We learn,
with pleasere, that he is couvaloscing.
Mr. J. F. Harvin has left Carndiaon and
one to California. Writing to a friend ;n
M-anning he says that he has obtained a lu
crative position out there.
The severe weather Monday. although
salesday, kept our country friends nt home.
Several tracts of land, however, were sold.
The sale of the Bradley land was postponed
till next mouth.
The attention of the readers of the TIMxs
is directed to the new advertisement of
Messrs Falk & Co., of Chadleston. A change
of partners in this firm has induced the
Messrs. Falk to sell their goods at greatly
reduced prices. Now is the time to get
For lame back, side or chest, use Shilohs
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
"Argniaut" writing from Fulton says
Mr. J.5D. Weeks, sustained a severe loss by
iire, on the night of the 1st instant. Two
large barns containing over 1500 bushels of
corn, together with a large quantity of for
ae and farm produce, one stable, a vala
bie mare, and one wagon were destroyed.
The origin of the fire is thougut to be that
of an incendiary.
The Youths' Cmpanion maintains its rep
utation for publishing the best serial an d
short stories, as well as striking stories of
adventure. The next volume will contain
the eight prize stories selected as the best
from over 5,000 manuscripts sent in compe
tition. The first serial story, to appear in
January, will be "Blind Brother," in eight
chapters, illustrated. Every one will want
to read it. If $1.75 is sent now it will paV
for the paper to January. 1&S.
SmLOH'S COUGH and Consumption
Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures
Two well known gentlemen of cor town,
each the possessor of a very demure look-,I
ing mule, met the other day to negotiate a
*"wap." The merits of both animals were
eloqu:ntly extolled, and finally an exchange
was effected. Then two darkies on hand
mounted the mule of his employer and
started for home. But the mules, regard
less of what had been said in their pratse,
commenced a backward rotary moton in
a direction opposite to where their heads
pointed. In jockey parlance they tok the
"studs." It was most annoying to the gen
tlemen who were involuntary wittsses of
this misbehaviour, but the tuodarhies, withI
real ingeuity, relieved Lheir embarrass
ment by suddenly whirling their ste :
around and applying whip. Continuing
in the "studs," the mules finally passed
away; and with a long drawn sigh of relief
their respective owners disappeared too.
Quite a crowd greeted the scholars of the
Manning Academy, assisted by a nu~mber of
friends, at their entertainment Friday even
ing, given in the pecuniary interest of the
Methodist Church. The programme acted
was lively and pleasant, affording the .au
dience unlimited amusement. A conspica
ous and happy feature of the occasion was
the "'broom drill" by the girls of the school,
under the command of Prof. Bonhram. This
was good, indeed, and heartily enjoyed.
- Th proficiny in the broom manuel, ex
,hibited by the young ladies, produced
rounds of applause; but this is not so sur
prising, for all petticoats are credited with
possessing a siri~-ng skill, in the manipula
tion of the broom. A prize was put up as a
premium for the best drilled girL Messrs.
Eligh and Gibbs, of Columbia, with Mr. C. C.
Manning, acted as judges. The prize was
awarded to Miss Alice McDonald. Mr.
Gibbs gracefully presented it in an appro
Asn Aposraoraz -ro -ts Cow.-"We have
had for a day or two a fierce onslaught of
the First King spreading gems and .ar
kes as pure as ever hung on Diana's Tem
pe. Notwithstanding the biting cold,
which drove everyone in doors, and almo'st
suspended business, the interruption has
been atoned for in the magnificent and the
gorgeous display of natural brilliances. The
day following the freeze the sun arose in all
the splendor of the great day-god, and en
hancedi the beauty of the same an hundred
fold. While gazing on in mute wonder and
enjoyment a Mocking Bird perched on a
op most branch. seemmgn to tahe in the
scene of splendor, commencing to carro?
and warble a song, as if in gratunde and
Tefirst bird of spring
Attempted toe sing,
But ere he had long sounded his note
He fell from the limb
A ! a dead bird was he,
For the music had ":fr-i" in his throat."
We are too modest to, after perusing the
sbove remarkable ebullition from the trans
cendent pen of one of our most erudite gen
iuses, do more than meekly add that the se
vere freeze did great damage to trees. Our
streets are strewn with fallen limbs, broken
by their heavy ice mantle, and miany a cool
sequestered bower of summer has been
sipped and left a tangled mass. We have
not heard from the country, but there is lit-1
tle doubt but that the injury has been gen
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bron-,
chitis immediately relieved by Shilohi's
Rosis Hr L, Nov. 27, 1886.
Dn&n Tnras:-Tour correspondent was
the lucky recipient of an invitation to a so
ciable on the 22nd inst., at the beautiful
mansion home of our highliy esteemed
neighbor, Hon. James E. Tindal, given by
his accomplished little daughter, Mattiec, for
the purpose of contributing to the enjoy
ment of her former school-maates. Misses
Saddie Furman, of Sumter, and Alma Bre
den, of Marlb'orough, two mnost charming
young ladies who were spending the week
"Oh! wad some power the giftie gie~ us'
to write up this brilliant entertainment as we
enjoyed it. While dancing was entirely ex
ouded, the programme was so ingeniously
and systematiceally arranged that it was
scarcely missed. After the usual ceremo
nies-greetings of old friends, introduction
of strangers, etc., several hours were opent
in the most animated and social *:nversa
tion-here and there groups of two, whis
pering soft words, and casting sly glances
at each other, while doubtless some poor
fellow, possessed entirely by the green eyed
hiself mirs? -rae e some etliv;- el
low wa. entertaijning his sweeth.rt. But
such ;s lfe.
Super w.Is finally announced. and twen
tv-five CO coles were comfortably seated,
w th our etl nd mnuch lov,-d p:ttor.
R:W. H1. 3Iahoney. ut the head of tho ta
ble, which was tastefully adorned with beau
tiful dowers, sweeot "ruits, and gorgeouls
cakes in bt.undance. One g!ane .n the
adj.-ining room, however, revealei to us
that Wt as before us iwas only the 1ight
szmpIes. the main stock for the occasion be
ing held in reserve, consisting of balkd
turkeys, roasted pigs. boiled hai. sallads,
r-h sauces -and in ftct everything per
taining to a retgular old time S)uth Cari
na mt su- p pe'tar. 'he delighted guestS being
equal to th-: ocasio - gree-dtily accepted
the sitctution. Tmint consumie(l over one hour
in hs niot enjoyable p'art of the perform
We\ wore next held spaell-bound by voed
and instrumvital musi I 'by sses Ant
Bre-den, of nnett-ville, Sallie Rey, of
Pennsylvania, Lila Lutas, of Chester. and
Mattie Tindai, our kind and gifted little
friend and hostess.
Premiums for the largest soap bubbles
were next contested for. Prize for largest.
single bubble, won by iss Hattie Maho
ney: largtest double bubble, by Mr. Eugene
Broughton and 3Uss Henrv DesChamps.
Prize fo: sallest single blow consisted
of a very t:ul cate shaped paper erp. dec
orated in the most attractive ribbons and
c'olored itaper suited to a SChool girl:
peculiar t 1'.te 1hi u coveed prize
wes won and very gracefxlly received and
worn throughout the re'a inder of the ev
eiting by _'r. Colliis C. M;anning. of Ful
ton, very much to the satisfaction of the fair
Ones w.o m4ad it
3atsters e iusually objects of susnpicion
to the vour - %s at thei sociables. but
broth 'r Mal-:ney is so kini and g-nerouis
in his nature, (when he is not inLposed up
on by the dance) that he soon became quite
a favorite with the girls. re was rel nice
to see one or two -.wevt sixteens" asking;
him to blow baobles with themn, and we
were at a loss to anderstand why hi so conr
teously but positively decLned, until we
saw hin a little later-his face wreathed in
smiles, in rather bt-tonal conversation
eatuig applcs, nte g and naming the
seed with a very bandsoue lady a little
nearer his ewn acge. 'So m& it be"
The young folks were next most delight
fully entertained on the evening of the 25th
inst., at a hop given by Mr. ami Mr.. Jag.
M. Richardson. We dislike to discriminate
between our friends, but we cannot help
but ad=:t the existence of a sa7d-ing par-1
tialitv for this ver- handsmae. kind-hea c
ed couple, whose doors have been thrown
open so often to the young folks of this con:
uinnity, for their inno;.nt anrsements.
ltefreshwents were served from time to
time, in variety and abundarce, well suited
to tho tst,- of the most tastideous- This
party was noted forits many gallunt younig
men, and the grace ati exquisite beauty
of its young ladies, cf which we feel indebt
ed to Saninerton, F-lton, Privateer, and
Calvarv, for contributions.
Misses Iley, Ureeden. Epperson, Brails
ford, and Nannie Richardson, were hitzhly
comilha:tnted for the very st'-sh, easy,
and graceful manner in which they glided
through the bewitching mazes of that most
fascinating and popular of all dances, the
Your town was represented by Messrs.
Bonh.au, W. E. D.nkins, A. Levi, and Dr.
G. A. Iuggins, Ji., who will always receive
a weloome handshake at our cnterta:i-nents
A Word to the Colored Citizens in Re-1
gard to Their Educational luterestes.
M .rsa, S. C., Nov. 31. 1G.
Editor the .P:J?.inj 7i-s: -As - .zblie
joire d-dicat-d to the publie wi. .i ak
a sall space for th--: admission a ew
words directed aptn a iatter in wAic, I
ia sure, evt ry progressii matn is interest
ed, viz.: that of educaticn.
While my l guag: is Iddresswi to the
people with whom I am identitied. it nas,
nevertheless, a general application.
I do not think we do well to allow our
selves to grow indifferent upon the educa
tion of ourselves or our children, bt'aause it
is an indispensabi-: pre-requisite to the well
being and elevation of every one of us; it is
one of the :neans by which the solusion? of
the problem presented by the query-. what
is to be the Negro's pla-e in government, in
societyr, in the progressive march of the in
tellect? is to be reached. In the light of
the present surroundings, I consider it (the
educational upbuilding of the race) as a
question which should strike every think
ing and reflective mind as a most important
In fact it forms one of the surest uplift
ing agencies of wvhich we can conceive, in
fuencing the race from the desporndent
depths of ignorance, into the dazzling sun
light of the noonday s'un of intelligence antd
respcetibility and importance.I
The pa -ent owes it to his child as a part
preparation to occupy usefal liaces and
perform worthy oflies in his day anid gen
erations in the sphere within waich he is
destined to move.
We are now receiving from the public
bounty, that instructiona for the full time it
will be able to afford u3, at the hands of
those whose eflorts in the public service, are
worhy of commendation.
It is tre' that 1 have niot been within the
narrow liit of our little growing tov.n for
a siege of time, ye: though short the time,
I have not failed to study the maany advan
tages here- offe-red the race, and the even
handed justice and candor with which they
are dealt, but to feel piroud of the liberal
I have directe-d special attention to the ed
ucational work only, with oth~ers incidental.!
and feel as to this, thorougitdy convinced
that fromi -' - h tads of such gentlemen as
Mr. W. J. t..ark, Mr-. Connor, Maj. P. G.:
Benbow, Mr. Conyers. and the younger
gentlemen, B. S. Dinkins, Esq., Prof. YNet
tks andi others, who havt Thown almost a
sacrifice of time .ad effort in rendering ef -
ilent the public instru.ction, all that they
can do. Some of the gentlemuen above nam
ed have often expressed to me the desire
which they entertain to repair and make
habitable and comfor-table the public school
for the colored citizens, but deplore the
absence of funas.
But not tiring, being vigilant, feeling
concious of the responsibility which -est-!
ed upon them as public ouicers, they wel
comned the opp~ortunity which brought into
their hands as trustees, some means, some
funds by a hich their desires could be par-j
tially carried into effectual execution.
Thaey have done all that they could, andi
even more than the most sanguine could
have expectedi with the araount they had,
and for which we sho,-li feel thankful.
It now remains to be seen -.vhat the col
ored people themselves will do to further
taie work of ti' trustaes.
The scyi. house is for the s(ole and sep
arate benefit 'of the colored people, aind we
should not be backward in putting into op.
ertion some plan to raise funds to put ad
ditienal needs into the school house.
We innst remietuber always, that where
public benefaction ends, privat-: effort
shoultd begi.n;. when the State Zs I-:o to
wards the di.scharge of her duty all she- can,
the individnal wrho sees that the needs go
further, sbould then begin to exert himaself.
We should take an inwerest in that which
is our own, and endeavor to beautify and1
adorn it as a mnonumnt to self improve
mernt and self help,
We have to lLern, above all things else,
the stern and unyielding lesson, that self
heip is tie great, the only true coul.tion of I
growth, and it must siite, and dwarf the I
ardor of a tuan or race, and deaden the hid
den springs of enterprise, and chili the en
ergetic feelin gs of all, to wait and depend
upon the governmient to do wha: t u- in his
own way ought to do or try. W' -u we fail
to. do, to attain unto all that is req~u:rediof us,
whethter it be in education, in ea~ure, in
morals, in industrious and frugal and econ
omial modne of life, in honneahln man
hood, in chaste womanhood, will be charge
able to us as a peoIle --as a race, and not to
We need repairs in the school house for
the comfort of the children whom we send
there, such as a stove, blackboards, and
scats, and without these we need make no
complaint against our children not learning
rapidly, as they are indisp;:nsable to such a
The parents themselves should go to the
s-hool and for themselves e'xaine, and if
they should conclude to labor themselves
there, don't expect any higher pay than the
consciousness that they have done the ir du
Rlo:1, A. SVwanT.
S:ate of South Carolina, i Court of Common
County of Carendon. I PIt-as.
Augustas F. Trumbo and Frank F. Jones.
Copartuers aE Trumbo, Hinson & Co ,
Judgment for Forcelosure and Sale.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
.N under and by virtue of a Deeree made
in the above stated action by Judge W. H.
Wallace, dated October 29th 18w, I will
sell to the highest bidder 4a esb. at Man
ning, in front of the Court House, in said
county and State, within the usual hours of
sale, on January 3rd, 1887, the following
parcel of land, to wit:
All that certain parcel or tract of land ly
ing being nad situate in the County of Car
endon and State af.resaid, known as John
Woods land, said land having been pur
chased from J. W. Barrow, containing forty
acres more or less, and bounded as follows:
On the North by Irnds nox or formerly of
J. H. MeFaddin, on the East by lands of
Ransom Gamble, on the South by lands
of J. W. Barrow, an- on the West by lands
of B. G. Pierson, the same being the tract
of land whereon the said John Woods re
Purchaser to pay for papers.
H. H. LESESNE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Dec. 8th, 1S6.
State of South Carolina, I Court of
Clarendon County. I Common Pleas.
Sazquel C. C. Richardson,
Robert R. McFaddin,
Judgment for Foreclosure.
U NDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A JUDG
ment order in the above stated case to
me directed by his Honor W. 11. Wallace,
Circuit Judge, I will sell to the highest bid
der for cash. in front of the Court House at
Manning, in the said county, on Monday,
the third doy of January 180, within legal
ours of sale, the following real estate :
All that plantation or tract of land situate,
Lying, and being in the county and State
foresaid, containing three hundred and
sixty-nine acres, more or less, bounded and
butting north on lands of estate of William
Hudson: east. on the Lynchburg and Kings-t
tree public roal; south, on lands of F. N.
Thomas; and west, on the run of Dour!ass
Purchaser to pay for papers.
H. H. LESESNE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
December 8, 1886.
State of South Carolina, Court of
Clarendon County. ?.Comimon Pleas.
uran H. Bradley, Garl
Sursan H. Bradley,Gai C. Bradley,
Robert K. Bradley, Mary E. Albritton,
Sallie C. Peake, and Maude M. Bradley.
Order of Sale.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
.under and by virtue of an order of this
Dourt, made in the above stated case, dated
)ctober 29th, 188C, I will sell to the highest
bidder for cash, at the Court House at Man
ing, in said county' and State, within the
asuai hours of sale, on Monday the 3rd day
>f January 1887, a certain tract of land
situate in Clarendon County, in the State
iforesaid, containing one hundred acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of R. 0. Rich
trdson, J. J. Broaghton, James D. Weeks,
mnd lands said to belong to W. H. B. Rich
rdsoni and others.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
H. H. LESESNE,
Sheriff Clarendon County..
December 8, 188G.
Sale Under Mortgage.
\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
L under and by virtue of a power con
:ined in a mortgage made and deliered to
us, the undersigned, by Harmon T. Strange,
S. E. Strange, and W. E. Blackwell, dated
the 12th day of March, 188~>, and recorded
in the Register of Mesne Conveyance office
fr Clarendon County, South Carolina, in
roumaeK. K., at pages 344 to 347, on the
24th day of March, 1885, to secure the pay
ment of certain sums of money, and the
performance of other things therein men
tioned, -which remain unpaid and unper
formed,-we will sell to the highest bidder
for cash, at Manning, in front of the Court
House, in said County and State, within the
usual hours of sale, on the 3rd day of Jan
uary, 1887, the following parcels of Real
Estate, to wit:
1. That tract of land situate in Claren
don County, in said State, containing one
hundred and ninety-three acres, bounded
on the North by lands of Esther Joanna
Evans and John E. Evan, East by lands of
W. R. White, south by lands of W. M. Hol
laday, and West by lands of James Holla
2. That tract of land situate in the coun
ty of Clarendon, in said State, containing
two hundred and tw'o acres, bounded on
the north by lands of Thomas Creacy, East
by lands of Mrs. Holladay, South by lands
of Esther J. Evans and John Evans, and
West by lands of Mrs Kelley.
CAROLINE B. SALINAS and
C. EDWA RD SALINAS, Copart
ners as A. J. Salinas & Son, Mortgagees.
Manning, S. C., Dec. 8th, 188G.
F. N. Wilson,
INSURANCE AGEN T
MANING, S. C..
Sumter, S. C.,
Selling off Balance of Fall and Win
Now is your time to buy.
To the people of Clarendon County:
-We still have on hand a large and
complete line of fine, medium, and
Clothing and Overcats
for Men, Youths, and Boys, with a
nice line of Gergia and Salem Jeans,
Tweeds, and Cassimeres.
Gents' Underwear, in Wool and
Mixed Shirts and Drawers, and a
complete line of Neck-wear.
Now in view of the short crops and
low rrices of cotton, we offer this
REGARDLESS OF PROFITS,
for CASH. We feel confi<deut if you
will call and examine our line, you
will be pleased with prices and qual
ity of our goods.
Positively I will not be undersold
by any house in the country.
D. J. WINN.
Sumter, S. C., Nov. 29, ISS6.
1886 Nov. 9th. Nov. 9th, 1886.1
No doubt the Fair this season will be
more successful than any'in the past.
Extensive preparations are being made
on a large scale to entertain the visitors,
who expect to attend the Fair.
In addition to the above attraction I will
take pleasure in entertaining visitors at the
Emporiuni of Fashion, with an exhibition
of fashionable clothing for men and boys.
The di-p!ay of men's garments are artisti
ec.ly arranged so as to give the visitor the
opportunity of finding the style garment he
ay need without looking over the whole
stock. On entering the mammoth estab
sbment, to your right you will find a band.
some line of Gents' Furnishing Goods; this
epartment consists of shiirts. laundried and
nlaundried, of every dtseription, half
hose in plain and fancy, collars, cuffis, gloves,
:andkerchiefs, suspenders, and an elegant
ine of gents' neck-wear.
To your left is the hat department, where
on will find all the latest styles and shapes
f soft and stiff hats, awaiting your inspect
on; also a beautiful line of silk umbrellas,
with gold and silver handles.
Then in the center of this large store you
ill find the counters loaded with choice
uits for men and youths, of every style,
pattern, and quality of goods.
Near the center you come to the cutaway
sits, in whip cord, cork screw, chetots and
Then still moving on you come to the
ounters filled with double breasted frock
oats and vests. After passing this stock
ou are lead into the boys' department,
which is entirely separate from the other
epartment. This stock of boys and child
ens clothing is not .surpassed by any in.
he city or State. The display far execeeds
my of my past endeavors in making this at
raction for th.e boys and their mothers.
he styles and textures of these goods can
ot be found elsewhere in the city. Those
who have visited this departmrent are more
han pleased with the stock. Just opposite
o the boys' department you will find a line
f gents' fine shoes, which can be had in
~ny style or shape that you may need. .I
eep none but the leading makes in this
tock. Remember you can find them in all
~radas. Those who want tine shoes will
M. L. KINARtD,
~ctG Columbia,-8. C.
.0C. H. Claussen & Co.,
Steam Bakery and Candy FactorY,
In the Court ot Probate.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON,
coURT 0? PnoBATE.
Matilda Rt. McFaddin in her own right
nd as Administratrix of the estate of James
H. McFaddin, deceased, intestate,
Elizabeth MlcFaddin, a minor of eleven
years of age; Hugh McFaddin, a minor of
two years of age; John J. Mci lin, Jr.,
ad the Dundee Mortgage and Zust In
vestment Company, limited,
Citation to Creditors.
B Y AN ORiDERt IN THE ABOVE STAT
ed case, bearingt date Octber 4th, A.
D. 1886, it is adjudged:
That all persons having claims againrt
the estate of James HI. McFaddin, deceased,
be, and the same are hereby required to
prove and file them in the said Court of
Probate, on or before the firs~t da~y of Janu
ary, A. D. 1887, at noon, or be debarred of
any benefit of the Decree made therein.
Witness my hand and seal of ofiice this,
5th day of October, A. D., 18s6.
J. Dt-PRE ALSB3ROOK,
Oct12Probate Judge, C. C.
A young man of good address to canvass
Williamsburg County for the NEW PARALLEL
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Manning, S. C., or
N~Imoxat Prt-BLsro Co.,
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Sup't Trans. Gen'l Snpt.
T. 11. EMERSON. (cn' Pasenger A:'nt.
H if"MO0L.f1' HIM
OLD VELVET RYE
SH I E 1 K E Y ,a
Bight -Years Old.
Guarantead Pure and Wholesome For Medicinal or Othcr Uses,
FOR SALE ONLY BY
S. WOLKOVRSKE, Agt.
The Brown Cotton Gin Co-.
NEW LONDON, Conn.
.-- Manufacturers of the Old
Reliable Brown Cotton Gins,
Feeders, and Condensers. All
the very latest improvements:
two brush belts, steel bearings,
improved roll box, patent whip
per, extra strong brush. New
," perfected Feeder, enlarged dust
Strong, durable and simple
in construction. Gins fast, runs
light, and cleans the seed per
-. Lit~en for Circular and Price
F. J. PEZER, President. F~. 5. Ronosrs, Treasurer.
ATLANTiC PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
CHI.IRLESTON, s. C.
Manufacturers of S'andard I,.ilirers and( Imnre if P URE G E nr AX
EAlNIT. PELZER RODGERS &z Co., Gen. Agents
Jan. 13. JRrm:'..' l;nwr f' C.i! L EST ON, Xs (y.
TRUM9BO, HINSON & COMZPANY,
Eactors and( Conuission Merchants, Cotton and Naval
JAN, 13. C'hARLESTON,~ S.C..
At the Saloon of S. WOLKoVISKIF, Agt., the
celebrated "Sweep Stakes" Ryve Whiskey, pe
pared and sol only by Messrs. Mayer. Sons &
Co., of Philadlelphia. This wh iskey has a nation
al reputation for its mnediCinial qualities.
Mr. Wolkoviskie hlas onl hand, also, tile "Ger
man Bitters," highly recommended as a liver reg
OCharlestona, S. O.
HIGH GRADE~ FETLIZRS.
Solubl1e (iuno, (highly amoniated), ]>issolred Bone .Acid
Rice Fertilizer. Cotton Seed .Jkal.
sgAll orders promptlv filled.
WILLIAM R AVENEL, President.
R1. M. MEANS, Treasurer.
For sale by M1. LEVI,
Dt20 Manning. S. C.
VWilliam M. Bird &Co.,
CI-ARLESTON, 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
OTTO F. WIETERS,
WHOLESALE deakr in Wines, Lignors and Segars.
ao. 18.m ATmIy CHARLESTON, S. C.
e HAloWARE _ME*0CHANTS.
1:j9) 3ii'rixa; S-rnavr, Charleston, S. C.
Sole Agents For
STAlRKE~S DIXIE PLOUGHlIS,
AVElIY & SON'S PLOUGH.9
DOW LAW COTTON PLANTER
AND GU.No DISTRIBUTORS.
Iron Age Farrows ard Cultivators, Roman
Pou:gh Stock. Washliurn & Moem's
Galvanizd Fence Wire, Cbam
pon :Jowers and Keapers.
WATSON'S TtURPENTINE TOOLS
Manufactured in Fayetteville. N. C. Evvy
Tool alsolluteiv warranted and
if broken will be
Also Dealers In
Hoon Iron, Hors and Mule Shoes, W
"nd Tinware, Coopers tools, Miners
Tools, Cutlery, Guns and Sport.*
Prices nade on application.
GRAND, UPRIGHT, & SQAR
Tone and Durability.
1885-New Orleans Exposition-Two Go14
Medals for Upright and Square.
1881- Boston (Mass.) Exposition-FIrO
Prize for Square Grand.
1878-Paris Exposition-For Square an4
UprigL t Pianos.
1876-Philadelphia Centennial-For Squa
Upright and Grand.
AmC. 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 SECOND-HA.D PrUO
Os always oI hand. General wholesale
agants for Palace, New England and Btr4
rianos and Organs sold on easy monthig
rianos taken in exchange, also thorougil
ly repaired. Send for Mus trated Piano ag
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,
CHA R L ESTON, S. a.
Toiacco, CIGas, Prrs, Eo.
Sole agen's for the celebrated
brands of tobacco
IN CONSTANT USEr.
Buy Direct from the Manufacturetd
Wholesale Manufacturing Prioes from
LARCE SOLID WALNUT CA8
BEST SEASONED MATERIALS5
VOICED TO PERFECTIOK.
TONE IS UNSURPASSED.
EVERY ORCAN WARRANTED FOR
SEND FOR CIRCULARS.
READTG ORGAN~ CO.,
F.,T. EANTTE3, Ianager',
pfrHaving just opened a varied stoek
I desire to call the attention of the Olarea
don People to the Iow prices and good qual
itv of the same. All who favor mue with a
call will find I sell everything at rock bollo0
prices, for CASH, as the following quota
tions will show:
Best D. S. Sides, at 9c. per lb.
Best Family Flour, 25 lbs. for $1.
Best Stan ded. A. Sugar, 121lbs. for $1.
C. S'igar, 13 lbs for $1.
Best Coffee, 8 lbs. for S1.
Common Coffee, 10 lbs. for Si.
Best Gilt Edge Butter, 3 lbs. for St.
Best Leaf Lard, 10 lbs. for $1.
All other Goods at ptcoportionately low p15
ces. I wish to call special attention to mng
Give me a call before buying elsewhe
and I gnarantee satisfactior..
JS. PLOWDEN, Express Agt.,
and Agent NEWS AND COURfIEIR fu
McGahan, Bates & Co,
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing,
Nos. 220, 228 and 230 Meeting St.,
CHARTESTON. S. C.