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THE LANNDICT TLMS.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 5, 1887.
TEIMS OF Sc'SvUMfPfl0.:
One Year, in Advanuce $1.50. or $2.0) at
the Empiration of Six Months.
Advertisements.-- Per Square, first in
Each subsequent insertion. 50c.
;A' Contract Advertising at reduced
Gen. E. W. Moise, of Sumter, was
in town Monday.
. There was a slilit shock of earth
quake felt' in Manning Tuesday
Luorning about 6 o'clock.
Mr. Geo. Just Brown, formerly of
the Enterprise, has accepted a posi
tion in the Tntrs office.
Rev. H. M. Mood, preached the
rst sermon of his pastorate, in the
Methodist Church Sunday.
CATA1tRH CURED, health and sweet
breath secured. by Shiloh's Catarrh 11eniedy.
Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free.
Mrs. M. J. Dinkins has opened her
school for the next session, ending in
June. She solicits the patronoge of
Dr. J. G. Dinkins and Mr. R. B.
Loryea, have formed a drug copart
nership. Mr. Loryea is a fine drug
gist, and most promising young man,
Miss Annie Ewell has given up her
place as teacher in the Grove School;
we bave not heard whether she will
continue to teach in Manning or not.
On a commitment from Trial Jus
tice Fleming, of Salem, Samuel Flem
ing, colored, was lodged in jail Sun
day charged with larceny of live
SHILOH's VITALIZER is what you need
for Cons-r-. -a, Loss of Appetite, Di.
ness, and all sym. toms of Dyspepsia. Pric.
10 and 75 cents oer bottle.
Scribner's Magazine is reported as
a great success. It's first issue, the
January number, was 100,000 copiis.
Three editions have been called for,
and 140,000 copies have been sold.
Married at the residence of the
bride's mother, by the Rev. JU. B.
Garris, on December 23rd, 1886, Mr.
BEias J. Whilden, of Mt Pleasant.
to Miss Lena Morrison Brailsford, of
The bond of Captain D. J. Brad
ham as County Auditor has been ap
proved. He will immediately take
possession of the Auditor's office, and
1will fill the appointuents for making
-iss Lula Twitty, a most charming
young-lady, of Kershaw, who has been
vsiting in Manning, has returned
boine~ It is very conspicuously . ap
parent that she has borne to her Ker
uhaw home at least one gallant heart.
- SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption
Cure is sold by as on a guarantee. It cur4s
They 'were eudidling in a Broadway
horse car: 'George, dear," shc whis
pered, "do be a little less demonstra
tive in public, I am so afraid people
will otice that we're just married."
George: "That's precisely what 1 am
trying to avoid, Pet, we must be as
loviniz as we can."
The Governor has made the follow
ing appointmzents of officers in this
county: Captain D. J. Bradham,
Auditor; Dr. H. H. Huggins, Treas
urer; and Messrs. John A. Mahoney,
J. J. Bragdon, and John B. Mellett,
Trial Justices. The last named was
appointed in the place of Mr. C. M.
Bichardson, at Summerton.
Mr. Walter J. Burgess, who has
ably filled the place of chief composi
tar in this office for the last year, has
resigned his place ini order that lhe
may complete hia education. Mr.
B6/gess is an upright, intelligent, in
dustrious young gentleman. He
laves this office with the kindest
wishes for his future success.
The Grove school re-opened thiq
morning after the Christmas vacation.
The teacbers of this institute are Miss
Virgitnia Ingram, of Manning, and
Miss )tennette McCutcheon, of Wil
iamsburg. Miss McCutcheon, who
has recently come to Manning, is a
graduate of the Sumter Institute, and
is highly recommended to successful
ly fill the place of teacher in the
The Town Council has by an ordi
nance levied on all real and personal
property within the corporate limits
of Manning, a tax of twenty cents on
every hundred dollars. The same
ordinance requires a return to the
clrtof the council by property hold
era, of all their pro~perty, real anid
personal, for taxation, between the
first and the tenth of January- The
ordinance further provides that this
tax shall be paid between the 20th
and the 31st of January.
The following tracts of land were
1%d Monday, Salesday:
100 acres sold'at the suit of Brad
ley vs. Bradley, for $325 to R. Ci. Pur
dy;4(0 aerdzing to John Woods,
sold to Trumibo, Hinson & Co. for
$20 to satisfy a mortgage; two tracLs
of land of 193 and 202 acres: respec
tively, belonging to Hermon . T.
Strange,, S.. E Strange, and W. E.
Blackwell, sold under a foreclosure
suit, were purchased by A. J. Salineas
& Son, at $1 per acre. The lands of
the estate of James H. McFaddin, adt
vertised for sale, were eold to W. T.
Rose, E W. Moise, and Mrs. Eliza
beth McFaddin for nominal prices..
The day was cola and most disa.
greeable, but quite a crowd were
present at the sales.
A Nebraska man was carried forty
miles by a cyclone and dropped in a
widow's front yard. He married the
widow and returned home worth
about $30,000 more than when he
started. The only trouble is that
there are more cyclones than thirty
The coldest weather experiencd
thus far this winter, visited us last
Sunday. Church goers woke up to
lined ever'ything frozeu hard, and a
regular blizzard blowin1g direct fromu
the north. The coniequence was that
but few ventured out, and small cou
gregations wcre at both the Presby
terian and Methodist churches. The
cod lasted th.rouigh Sunday, Monday,
Tuesday, and as we go to press, the
cold is--very cold-JeLu!
For the purpose of inspection the
County hai been dividod into Town
ships between the County Commis
siuners s foilo .s:
Mr. 1. C. Zton: Brewington, St.
James, Mt. Zion, 2Mannijng, and liar
-Mr. T. J. cole: Plowdenas Mill.
Midway, New Zion, Sandy Grve,
Douglas, and :Niotts Townships.
Mr. A. Moultrie Brailsford: Fulton,
Calvary, Friendship, St. Pauls, &u
my Swamp, and St. Marks.
'The coxmmis:ioners have on hand
as per tWe Treasurer's report $4,1%
.50 includiug licenses and nues. This
amoun Is' to be dlbburscd in the pay
ment of the indebtedness contracted
during the last fiscal year.
There are also several suns report
ed to pty the bonded debtzand deti
iecies of previous fi:cal Years
These amounts will, however, not be
paid till after the full collection of the
taxes, and a report of the sate. The
anount above stated is of the taxes
collected to the 15th of December.
These suns are being now Aistured
in liquidat vin of preierred eiaims.
CROUP, WHOOPING COU GI and i'.n
hitis immediately relieved by bS,>ha's
At a meeting of Ihe Town Council
last Frit:s evening, the whiskey li
cense was thus handled: Whenever
there is only one -Bar the keeper t&ere
f is taxed $1,00; wleu more- - ai
one the license tax is $750. The or
d nee to this effect was passed to
go into cperatiou the 1st of January
IS87. Mr. Wolkowiskie, the keeper
f the oniy whiskey saloon in M.n
ning, ou learning the action of th
'ouncil, promptly made his apar
anee and informed them that. his bu
siness would not bear such a heavy
tax, and that he would have to close
2p shop. The Council renaining
firm, Saturday morning the 1st of
January 1887 found the Town w ith
out a har room.
Mr. Wolkoviskie complThins Litterl
against the action of the Town Coun
-il. He says that having no intiaI
tion that the license was to be raised
to such an exhorbitant sum tha:
would force him to close his busines
oa the 1st of January, he had a larg
er stock on Land than usual, which
an only be gotten rid of at an im
mense sacrilice. He says-the license
imposed is fabulous ar.1 unheard of.
And again that a con(itional license
s something most extraordinary.
The Town Council met again Mon
av evening. The following license
ompromse was agreed to: For only
oe Bar $1,200 instead~ of $1,500:
wen two licensas are granted $750
each; and where there are three or
ore licenses at $650 tach.
Mr. Wolkoviskie was satisfiea with
this and proceeded to open his doors.
sU~Mxms,~ s. C.. Jun. 3. 1S87.
"Unlier the Lam'As," was re-per
ormed on last. Thursday night at the
Aademy. Owing to the very bad
weather on that evening, a small au
ience attended. The actors perform
d as well as any amateur troupe that
we have ever seen. The proceeds, in
all, about $20. On the samie evening
the young men of the company furn
ihed an elegant supper for the Troupe
t the residence of Mr. W. W. Rlich
urg. This was "hugely" enjoyed by
Friday" and a few other invited
Dr. A. J. Briggs and Mr. and Mrs.I
. Rutledge iieuderson, spent Christ-1
as at Major Briggs'. Dr. B3. Rut
ledge spent Christmas with his broth
er, Mr. J. D. Rutledge.I
On last Monday evening, the follow
ng: oflicers, who had been duly elect
ed, were i?.stalled to govern the Ma
Bro. 5-.BR. Cole, W. M,
"J. S. Tennaut, S. W.
" A. J. Richbourg, J. W.
"G. W. Dingle, Treasurer.
" T. A. Way, Secretary.
" J. C. Lanham, S. D.
" R. F. Turner, J. D.
" R. R. Briggs, and H. S. Low
Bro. B. R. Bryant, Tiler.
After the~ installation, the Mtens
liad a grand supper, which comn:..4d
ed attention by every Mason present.
Mrs. Eugenia P. Pipkin, wife of
Mr. D. J. Pip~kin, of Williamishurg
County, and the sister of ouir n
nu Mir. .J. E. Scott, died on ti~e 25th
of D-erember ult., of consumption, af
ter ai long illuess of patient sufferiug.
Announ.:hg this lamentable death',
the CouintyIRecord says:
She was a most excellent lady. and
while in health. an energetic adA use
Ifo member of society, nctivelyv using
her accomplishnients for the religious
and educational improvement of the:
Ihuman family. Left a widow by the
deah of her first husband, with t wo
smal children, delicate and frail as
she was, she turned her attention to
teaching and reared her ebildren, a
son and daughter, who are now near
ly grown. She has left her good
works as an examipie to the htving.
An affectionate husband, her children
and numerous relatives and friends,
lament her death, but with an assur
ance that she is at rest.
The subscription price to this pa
per for all ministers of the Gospel re
sidng~ in Clarendon County is one
aniolr a. vear.
(iIIA ~ L i8 To *~ ~
Sole a ct~ fr tne Cp!QL:l'.tt~d
bi wd. of tolttt~t~u- --
(Ni ~' x~ :v.
The handsone~. nos~ ~-c-:airtin~. low pr~cc.
illustrated ~a~i~" ..' c in tito v.orld.
a $t~.5 premium
free.) Sixty-for bCA-1 'tot v pri~t:ed paces in
each number d A ~ '~'v'rc aturies. skeu~hes.
travels. adven Lres bet I' 'end brief actentitic
and literary a~ ces Dv ~es -t,~uiThe~t Anlcrican
andforeign ~'r~~c Jo:tan ~i5wti. ,r:x':.
Harriet ~ (h-..e Thr~,n,,
Lathrop. Lu x.s '.... cc 'iv J. Mac.
donald Oxiry rt'-1 Wh~er W:rox. II. IL
Boveser.. Cxh re Owen Rr. It. 1-leber
Newton. Alp" o"' Daudc i'n'1l i-!~vsc, Coun:
man; ~ . 0e'j KvW~i~rn'eatatl nrA
K 1)1* iK~ 4) Lt) de~artntent~.
OncormorC;.zstr-tci nr:i.2e- and several fuji
page eflgrSV.ltgS ta ttrery nun~er.
A Shannon Lettar and
g~ Bill Ft le or a Shannon
p ~ Sheet-Manic Etnder
y~ to every
- V These prcitoms Se..
everywhere ?~r ~2.25
i'-l% each. The Fi:e is the most
~ perfect dcvicecrer invent
ed for the erescr'.~zion and
~ j ate and aLcor nr to date)
oi~al! iettcr5. bi;!~. etc.
N. te. :o~en out and put back
Ar.y paper can be referred
w~hout dis:urbin~ titC
oth.x~;. Wit'i the Binder
I ~ onc can insarturtake out
eLE DttY p.eceot tttJSiC without
$225. dktorbinz any ether sheet.
Gee SAMI'LE COPX~ at NEWS STAND or
send 20 Cents to publishers.
Schlicht & Field Co., Rochester, N.Y.
IN CONSTANT tTSE.
Buy Direct from the Manufacturer.
Wholesale 3lanufacturing rr~oes from
LARCE SOLID WALNUT CASES
BEST SEASONED MATERlALS
VOICED TO PEflFECTIO1~3
TONE IS IJN$UR PASSED.
EVERY ORCAN WARRANTED FOR
S1~ND FOR cIRCVLARs.
READI~TG ORGA~T CO.,
P. 3*. ZANTN~3, !~an~er,
Compare this esith your purchase.
* Km... ~
..~ Pri~. &N~ Dollar
As you value health, perhaps life, examine each
paek'age and be sure you gee the Genuine. See
the red Z Trade-ihiark and the full tide
on front of Wrapper, and OSS the side
the seal and signatu.re of J. H. Zeilia h
Co., as in the above fac- simile. Remember tises'
isnoother genuine Simmon.s Lrer Re~piIaor.
FA1~[I1E~S FAMJLY MLDICI~ E
I hnxe used S~ra:nons lAyer
Regulator %r Tnauy years. h.sv
~ng tnaeAe it ett\- only Pai!~ly
Me'1icta~. My rne:h':r before
r"' w-s --ur t'*ar.littl tu it. It Is
a safc. gcs nntl reUtabie n~di
cine fz any alto :d.-r of the
if a"vI ta itne is
Ce ~,'r'aC I,.'tt'~2CSV~? cf ~ickeea.q.
I Oft~fl re(c ltte Ia it 14) ITI~
f"lends, anJ. S~flj~ contintie to
arrien M. ThM'ins.
"PastorM. E.Church, So. Fl'~elcIVn."
~E A~ u~TOi~' BlLLS SAVED ~tI
aleE'Ctft4 keerhag Simmons Liw'
Erg.~ato? iDa the sZflLMt.
R.i.alatot' tIm 5't-t tauAly it ad
Ic~rts: I ever ta"d me anmitt~
tnaZ catty l:n:~p~n. have used i;
J;iZiou~sur.~. and fund it to r~'
in Is.dg"sti'nt, CoJfr. Diurrnrve,
OVO in~iltat~:.~ After eat
latin l:N. t! a- ~Ui)iiCt. If. ott geint:
to bed. I taite til(4tt a teaspoon
f~tl. I st*~v.~r f"el the a'rt~ of
the stipp.~r eaten.
"OVID G. SPATIKS.
Has ourZ Stamp on froat of Wrapper.
H. Zeilin & Co., Sole Prctprietor~,
Prce. SI .00. Pull7~A.D~LFflL~, Li.
~ R.%A~d~ sA Iii' st t~.o. I
l~Khl~~' NB~hi~1h5A Jt'Wtin.L & Co'a
~'~V5i.0p~C.'.t'rtfStfl ~t.r ..tlCO S rt ,St.),
.N doutt the Fair this sei.eon will I
.rsccessan t kLa i l the past.
Extenrsivye prearaion are beling mm
011 a lare scale to entert.tin the visitmr
Whe) t to, ,1 tt l the Fai
In m'.ditii o the lbove IttIrmtion I w
..e 11I11* plas re in ent ming visitor~s at ti
t Fashi.. with an exhib 4 fili
of ashonaleclothing for mn an.; oy
eaUIlyarn g so, ;vs to gi;.e tie Vis; S. tl
11my. nleed wxithotioing over th - who
.tock. On itrint the ':uimoth est'tl
lishwnt, to yo r riit you will iUd a han
oll (uei of Gents' Furnlis Goods: th
t,-n consists (:f shirts. br1nA dried an1.
nlninrlie, of evry decri ption. ha
in phon an'l fancy. Co a:s, cu1fs. glove!
handkrchief . s drs. and an elegui
ine of ("'nt. i' '-vet
To xonr Ieft is the 1:-.t lepartiunt, wihO
ynou veill find 1ll the lalest styles and1 shap,
f Soft and stif hts awaitiin, your inispoi'.
io11 a leautiIful lne of silk umbrella
witht gobli anti silver handiles.
Then in the center of this Liarge store yo
will find the counterA loatded with choit
1its fir men and youths, of every styli
.r the center you come, to the entawn
suits, in whip coi-d, cork screw, cheviots an
Then still im-,ving on you come to tb
conters tilled with diuld b1reasted froc
coats and versts. A.fter passing this stoe
Yon are lead into the Lbovs' departmeui
Wh:eh ;s Ctirel epaIte fronm the oth(
!epartment. 1his stick of boys and chile
ren's clothing -s not surp. sed by any i:
the city or State. Th Ii.play fir exeed
may of my past endeavors ini making this al
raction for the boys and their uinmher,
fhe styles and textures of these goods ca:
itt be found elsewiwre in the city. Thos
xho have visited this depa-tient are mor
;han pleased with the stock. Just opposit
to the bovs' deta.rtnent vou will find a lin
of gents' fine shoes. which can be had
ily style or shape that you may need.
keep none but the leading makes in thi
stoek. Rememiber you can find them in a
;rades. Those who want fine shoes wi
-M. L. ]INARD,
)ctG Columbia, S. C.
J. C. H. Claussen & Co.
Steam Bakery and Candy FEctorY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
1 young man of good addross to can va,
Wittiamiitshurg Counity for the Nzw P~lm:.u:
BzuLE. 'Two Blblis in one volume
The authorized and revised versionsi
piaralal columns, line for line, upi~on eats
age. Ad tress
W. Wi. IPARK,
Maning, S. C., or
NArromA PrUBLsi:o Co.,
JOHN 8. WILSON,
ttorney and Counsellor at Law
MOISE & HUGGINS,
Attorneys at Law,
Manning, S. C.
Omeie South of Court House.
ATTOR.NEY AT LAW,
M a nn in g, S. C.
Sisieotary Public with seal.
J. E. SCOTT,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law~
Maning, s. 0
. F. B. H-IrssworT, Sumter, S. (
. S. Dzxiss, MlAssNit;, S. (
HA'(:S'NORTH & DiIMIS,
ATTORNEYS AT L.W,
SManning, S. C.
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 13
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C'.
Dealer in Drugs. Medicines, Foreig
ad Domestic Chemicals, Glasswart
Spices, Brushes, Essential Oils, Sui
ial Instrum euts, Perfutruery, Fane
Goods, SHOW CASES, of all size:
ad all articles usually fo~unHi in
irst-class Drug House. Prices 10
Quick sales and small pronts.
. ALLEN I1IUGG~INS, JR
am' Omice on Street South of Com
A. McCobb, Jr.
Lime, Cement. Pi:aster Paris. Hair, Fi
U:-leks and Fire C'lay,
Land Plaster and Eastern HIay.
Agent for White's Eniglsh Port
No.108 EASTt AYu, ('HAitLETOY,S. (
AVEATS, TRADE MARKS AND GOPYRIG1
Obtained, an~d all other business in the 1
S. Patent Oiiiee attended to :er JIUIE)
A TE FEES.
Send M'uIDEL bR JNR AWfNG. We a
vse- as5 to 1 ntenability free of char.e : 2:r
we maiie 30 t:Ll ';E UJL!S W E (,
We refer h.: e to the Postiinaster. the Sni
of Money Order Div., and to omicials of tU
U. S. Patent O0ile'. Fo.tr cicuar. advie
ters and referrum to actialcets
vour own Statte or I 'onnty. writ' to)
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opp..- i. e 1>a.. 10'....~ W -asiiiiitni i i
WILMILNGTON, COL., AND AUGUSTA R. R- C
I 11'.k N 't .1; I t i' Fl.
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Pass n-vnrs for (>di:m id :.1,j prnits on C. 15 . R R., C.. C. . A. It. R. Statio:
Ai kt-n Juntif onI. ;,ndi r:1 pints l . -yimd shou 4 tak. No. 4S. P .llman Sleeper f
J. .. M. .4 JOHN I . DiVNE.
NORT-~A*TE~NR. R. CO. OF S. C.
L .. 1 . 2. No. 27.
Dated Deu . 12ther... .. ... 1N.,r. 4.'. 01.41 No. TS. .. . 40.
( Daily Daily
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Cas,ton foi Cuiiteo-tntldtii alIe nine t (n C.&l Giib;-5. Rn. i rrive Cb rleton .4 p t I
NoJ. RE No. 6 .;. No. 62.
Old No. 47. 01Od No. 4:3. Old No. 4.
Daily . Dailv. Daily.
L(-ave Flrene............ 1135.2- . 12:30. x 1355 .m.
a Le-ave Kinge e. ........... 124G... . >.143.." 230 . "
e Ler.ve Lanes.......... 11 M 235 5
Arrive Fl retn ..... ...... " 43 " 50
5aric.,ii li1 ly - s ilay. 7 01) A. 'M., an d runs solid to Colnmbi
t~l AiCh on~ tr nd Lan.linColumbia 155 . 3. No. m. lave Charleston .unda
ionhv 'a' '. 5 A. IT.. Ti .n ( oi11111ii 1l1t0 P. 24.
1-5 al (I '.,al* counc' t.o' ;a A.sh!ly Juction wvith C. I& S. Rl. R~. for Savanna]
k 's. 7N. C1i;;nL- f;2 rn soNi. to 7 N. C., mak Gn g close onnition with W.
W. R. for Norfolk. 1'etitr~sbn , ' ond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Nei
York, nai all D iilts D lrth
,No r nnetsat Florence with train from Waesboroand all poin.. on C. & D. ant
3 C, o & - %1roads.
J. 5. leveCLY r JNO. F. DIVINE, T. M. EMMERSON.
Snp t Trans. Gon'l Supt. Gen Charstonger Agt
OLD VELVET RYE
Banigit Years O i.
1 Guaranteed P. and Wholasome For MedicinaI or Othcr Uses.
F OR SALE ONLY BY
8 0L KO1"VISK IE A gt.
F. J. KirElt, JNesOdt. F. S. RODGERs, Treasurer.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
SLaanatierd P ur and IrtlieomedI F 'oreicina P UREc Uesr
F.AJ. EERIeie. PF.ZS. RODGERS,Gn AgeRntsr
Jan~~1TI 13% "hm':.. ey7p~ (1J E T v n vS I.
KA NIT.PELZE WHDGRF oGe.Aet
JAN, 13. Grma'.< MmrfIAR ESTON C .C
ST ONO PIIQSPIIATE__COMPANY,
- iCharleston, S. C.
HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS.
Soiu!>le Guano. (highldy ammoniated). JDissolced Bone. .Aci~
Phiosphate. Ash El.emicut, Floats, German Kainit, Iigh G?'ad
Rice Fertilizer. Cotton Seed Meal.
?MirAll orders promnptly filled.
WILLIAM RAVENEL, President.
R. M. MEANS, Treasurer.
For sale by MI. LEVI,
-Oct20 Mannuing. S. C.
VWilliam M. Bird & Co.,
CI-AR.IJESTOlT, S. C.
Counter, Platform and Cotton Scales.
pansTrucks, Grocers' Tinware, etc.
Paits nd ainers .ria of every descrpto. eare headquarter
frteegoods and ofer inducenmfnis topurchasers. Aug1~
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- Manufacturers of the Old
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the very latest improvements:
two brush belts, steel bearings,
- improved roll box, patent whip
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AVERY & SON'S PLOUGH$
DOW LAW COTTON PLANTER
AND GUANO DI3.TIEUTOA
Iron Age Harrows and Cultivator, RoMu
Plkmgi Stock, Washbiurnt &Moem's
Galvanized Fence Win-, Cham
1.ion Mowers and Keaper,
ATSON'S TU d'RE T TOOLS
- Mi anu tur-ed in Fayettevill.. N. C. Everf
Toel absolutely warran tod and
if broken wilu be
Also Deale:,s In
. GENElUA.L HARDWARE,
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Hoop Iron,. Horse and Male Shoed, W
and Tinware. Coosers tools, Min.e'
r - Tools, Cutlery, &nnsand Spo*
Prices made on application.
GRAND, UPRIGHT, & SQUARE,
Tone and Durability.
1885-New Orleans Expositan-Two Gold
Medals for Upright and Square.
1881- Boston (Mass.) Esposition-First
Prize for Square Grand.
- 1878-Paris Exposition-For Square and
1876-Philadelphia Centennial-For Square,
Upright and Grand.
And also over
200 FIRST PREMIUMS
L at State and County Fairs.
Have the endorsement of over 100 different
Colleges and schools as to their durability.
A lbrge assortment of SzcoYDm.HA.nD Prax
os always on hand. General wbolesale
agents for Palace, New England and Bar
Pi.r.os and Organs sold on easy montbly
Pianos taken in exchange, also thorougb-v
ly repaired. Send for Ilustrated Piano . or
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
9N. Liberty Street,
.iHaving just opened a varied .sto&
I desire to call the attention of the (aru=
don People to the low prices and good qla
itv of the same. All who favor me with a
caill will find I sell everything at rode bottons
prices, for CASH, as the following quota
tions will show:
Best D. S, Sides, at 9c-. per lb.
Best Family Flour, 25 rbs. for $1.
Best Standard A. Sugar, 121lbs. for $L
C. Sugar. 13 lbs for $1.
Best Coffee, 8 lbs. for $1.
Commnon Coffee. 10 lbs. for $L
Best tGilt Edge Butter, 3 lbs. for S1.
Best Leaf Lard, 10 lbs. for $1.
All other Goods at proportionately low p99
ces I wish to call special attention to mof
Give me a call before buying elseuese
and I guarantee satisfaction.
J. S. PLOWDEN, Express g
Iand Agent NEWS AND) COUBIXr
T lHE COUNTY AUDITOR (or his rere
sentative) will be at the subjomned
places, for the purpose of receiving Reuse:
of Persrudl Proyerty on the days fixed in1 this
No returns will be taken of any Real Estfe
except in such cases, where there is change
by purchase or sale; improvements or des
truction of property by fire &c. Such chang
es must be carefally noted.
All persons not handing in retarns by the
20th of February. 1887, wdll be sned by the
addition of a penalty of 5(1 per een.
P'ersons betwe'en the ages of 21 and &
years are liable to Poll Tax, except in case:
Fulton, Thursday, 6th January
Hodge's Corner. Friday,. 7th Janxary.
Tindal's Mill,, Monday, 10th January.
Sprott's. Tuesday, 11th January.
Brunson , iRoads, We-dnesday, 12th Jan
D. Levi's, Thu~rsday, 13th January,
Summierton, Friday, 1-4th January.
Duafie:s Store, Monday, 17th January.
Foreston, Tuesday, 18th January.
Wilson~'s Mill, Wednesday, 19th January..
Blrailsford-s Store, Friday, 21st Jaanary.
Mcl'addins, (Midw~ay) Monday, 2f~th Ian
1Roykin's, Tuesday, 25th January.
W. J. Gibbons, Wednesd~ay, 28th Jani
]leulah Church, Thursday, 27th Januwp.
Bethlehem Church, Friday, 28th Januy,.
pe"While not El2ing other appointmnenB
the office will be rspen in Manning
A::ditor Clarendon Couny,
Dec. 3rd, 180.
T he rGL I'E G AZET TE will be maile6,
securely wrapped, to any address in te
United States for three months on reeipt of
Liberal discount allowed to polsmm
agents and clubs. Sample copies maild
free. Address all orders to
RICH ARD K. FOX,.