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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1887.
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One Year, in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 at
the Erpiration of Six Months.
Advertisements.--Per Square, first in
Each subsequent insertion. 50c.
.A- Contract Advertisiag at reduced
The outside of the Toims is filled
'with interesting reading this week.
Whooping cough is still prevailing
in the neighborhood of Ida.
Undoubtedly our merchants are
happy at seeing so many friends in
town this week.
Mr. J. D. Rutledge lost a dwelling
house by fire on his place in Salem
on Sunday the 13th.
Mr. M. Shirley Hughson, of Sumter,
is attending Court, reporting for the
News and Courier.
Mr. Heller of Kingstree is in town
with a drove of horses and mules, we
suppose for the purpose of trading.
Mr. and Mrs. I L. Logan, of the
Fork of Black River, lost an '.ant
child on last Sunday.
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indiges
tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appe
tite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a
Two colored boys, aged respectively
12 and 13 were sent to the penitenti
ary for life, from Camden for burgla
Manning can shortly boast of one
of the finest military companies in the
State, that is if ha: .e men and
good drilling can mak, .,uch a thing.
Mr. William McElveeu and Miss
Julia Convers were happily married
on the 10th instant, at the home of
the bride, by Rev. James McDowell.
"HACKMETACK," a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents.
Prof. W. B. Bonham received a tel
egram last evening summoning him
to the bedside of his brother, R.
(. Bonham, Esq., who was said to be
The ladies of the Calvary Baptist
Church will please accept our thanks
for a beautiful eake, a present to both I
papers. It was most tastefully trim
med in beautiful designs.
The attention of machine men is di- t
rected to the advertisement of Mr. W.
Scott Harvin. Machinery and fix- t
tures in variety, Mr. Harvin offers for t
sale at the foundry prices.
The appointment of Mr. F. P. Coop
er as foreman of the Grand Jury was
a good selection, and complimentary '
too, for he is oi'e of the youngest ,
mnembers of the jury. a
Messrs. C. A. Snow & Co., solicitors '
at Washingtonl report for the Tnx s
this week, a patent granted to Dr. P.
M. Badger, of Summerton, for a car
tridge loader and crimper. A
SHILOH'S CURE will immediately re- hi
lieve Cronp, Whooping Cough and Bron
The visiting lawyers attending l
Court are, Messrs. H. J. Haynsworth a
and M1. J. Hirsch, of Kingstree; and b
Messrs. Moise & Mtoise, Col. J. D- b
Blanding, P. G. Bowman, and Walter
Harby, of Sumter.
Where the sell comes in, by the dif-d
ference in seats at the Potts show the 2
Tmnss can't tell. Here is the meaning:
the Enterprise compliments the TDIs
on always standing to the front and
showing its colors on every occasion.
A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bot
tie o(Shloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 5- b~
In Argonaut's communication last t
week the word emmigration was used v
instead of immigration. It should a
have been encouraging immigration 'v
* **. In another place "vigital" took d
the place of "digital." "Argonaut's" I
good nature will, we hope, excuse the c
Those of the Tnns subscribers who
fail to get their mail on occount of .3
the discontinuance of the McFaddin a
Poetoffce, will confer a favor by in- ~
forming this offce where they wish'
their paper sent. The offca has been C
discontinuea for the want of a post- 'a
master. Won't some person apply ~
for the place.
Mr. J. C. Hutson has sold his inter
est in the Aiken Journal and RevIe
to Mrs. E. C.Legare. Mr. S. C. Lig
on and Mrs. Legare now own the Re
'view and will continue the publication
under the name of S. C. Ligou & Co.
The Journalan~d Review can, we believe,l
boast of being the only paper in the'
State having a female edto,
There is little capital to be made in
shooting with this old squib, which
bas strayed intc half the papers of the
"All that labor of love business is
nothing but bosh. The man who
would contribute so much time and
talent for the good of his country has
long since passed away. It is indeed
as'labor of love,' but its love of the gilt.
'Labor of love r Bahi !"
A bolder front would look better as
well as a shot with your own armor.
Itimight reach the mark.
The Manning Guard.
The Manning Guard bekL their
second meeting on last Wednesday
evening in the Masonic Hall. After
transacting some routine business, the
otmcers who. were chosen at the last
meeting resigned their positions-for
reaisons given last week, and a new
alection was held with the- following
Captain, A. Levi; 1st Lieutenan't,.
W. B. Bonham ; 2nd Lieutenant, B.
A. Johnson ; 3rd Lieutenant; P. B.
Thames ; 1st Sergeant, Louip Appelt;!
2nd Sergeant, S. M. Barfield; 3rd Ser-i
geant, J. S. Plowden; 4th Sergeant,
F. 0. Richardson; 1st Corporal, S. J.
Clark; 2nd Corporal, E. 0. Ingramn;
poral, Eugene Dickson; Color-bearer,
C. C. Riedic; Chaplain, Rev. Jame
McDowell; Surgeon, Dr. W. E. Brown.
Speeches were made by all the new
ly elected officers, and much enthusi
asm prevailed. Quite a number ol
new names were added to the roll.
A committee was appointed to ar
range a series of entertainments for
the benefit of the company. A lettex
from the Adjutant General, in reply
to one written him, saying he would
be glad to come down and meet the
company, was read, and the commis
sioned officers constituted a commit
tee to receive him. It is expected
that General Bonhzam will reach here
in a few days on his way to the lowv
country, and will address the compa
ny at night. Manning has now a
good prospect of a crack company,
and it is hoped she will not be oblivi
ous to the advantages it will bring.
A meeting of the ladies will be had
in a few days to arrange an entertain
ment for "the guy soldier boys."
Walked off with the Handenfs.
On the 26th day of December, 1886,
one Mack Allen broke into the Post
ofice at Claremont, in this County,
for which ofense Allen was arrested
ind confined in the Manning jail a
*ew days ago. On Monday U. S,
Dominissioner S. A. Norris, sent his
pecial deputy, Daniel Salters, to Man
ing for the prisoner. At three
'clock on Tuesday morning Salters
mcd the prisoner boarded the local
'reight at the Manning depot When
:he train stopped at Brown's Wood
Vard, a point three miles below Sum
:er, Salters fell asleep with his prison
.r at his side wide awake; and while
he conductor and the train hands
were out getting a fresh supply of
wood, Allen quietly walked off with
he lu.dcuffs on. When the train
iad started for Sumter, and on one of
:he hands discovering Allen'sabsence,
ie immediately went to the conductor
nd asked him, "where dat man wid
lem tings on ?" The conductor went
o Salters and inquired of him as to
be whereabouts of his prisoner. As
matter of course Salters was dumb
ounded, and blank astonishment was
is only answer. The train was stopp
'd and~Salters footed i back to Man
ing, following the tracks of Allen;
>ut Allen was too sharp for him and
ad made good his escape before a
aore vigorous search could be insti
ntd fur his recapture.
Salters informed us this morning
bat the sheriff of Clarendon County
>ld him before he left Manning that
be handcuffs, which were on Allen
rere no account. That they were old
shioned, but that they could fcol
len with them anyhow. As the
:ing now stands Allen was less fooled
ian the Sheriff and Salters were
bout this matter.- Watchmaa and
The Sheriff of Clarendon says the
mkles given to Salters to secure
len with, were the same kind of
anduffs he uses in his work. He
arned Salters to be vigilant. and at
ast did not tell him to go .to sleep
ad allow Allen to walk off with
anduffs and his guard's dh-iuking'
ottle too. Salters has clearly demons
-ated his unfitness to discharge the
ut of a United States officer.-En.
Happy Wedding, Hot Supper, and
Rosix Hrur, Feb. 11, 1887.-Mn.
'rroit: In these horribly dull and
ard working times, Summerton has
ored another wedding. Not one of
2ose fashionable, starvation church
'eddings-ostentations show and no
rub-but a real simon pure country
!edding, supported by a super-abun
ance of baked turkeys, roast pigs,
ies, pyramids of beautifully iced
akes, and other sweet meats in
The principals were - Miss Lou,
oungest daughter of Mrs. S. E Brun
on to Mr. Beauregard Davis, all of
his county, on the 3rd linstant, at the
esidence of the bride's mother. The
eremony was performed by the Rev.
.L. Shuford in a very solemn, plain,
d impressive manner. The bride
rore white nuns veiling, and brocade
atin en tra in. The ornaments were
earls and diamonds. The groom
rore full evening dress. The attend
ts, eight in number, were beautiful
y and suitably dressed for the occa
ion. The bridal party conducted
bemselves with ease, grace, and dig
tity. At supper the ladies~drank tea,
nd lemonade, while the gentlemen,
rue to their natural instinct, drank
My memory will not bear me out in
nunerating in detail the bridal
resents, which were massive, and
aadant. The bride andgroom were
>oth guite young to embark on thes
mertain and hazardous sea of matrio
"ut they that love early, become
ike-minded, and the tempter touchetb
They grow up leaning on each oth
ar, like the olive and the vine."
My best wishes attend them in their
The Calvary ladies were unfortun
ite in striking a very cold threatening
wening for their hot supper at the
range Hall on the 4th instant.
While the finances only scored $60, it
wvas a social success. Mr. A. L. Les
esne "took the cake," for being the
i-fa-fattest look ng man in the hall.
Miss Mattie Staggers received a man
jority vote, which carried off another
cake for being the prettiest looking
girl in the hall; a. compliment justly
merited. Calv-ary can boast of the
prettiest girls in the country. Misses
Alice Rea,. and Lila Lucas were pre
sented with beautiful cakes ~'y the ap
preciative pupils of their respective
schools. Almost every young man
bought his sweet-heart a cake.
ThnosToffien department added to
and they were paid the balance at
To our great surprise they then
asked us to continue their businiess.
our uniform rule has always been that
whenever there is the least want of
etnidence between parties holdincr
1 the relation of factor and farmer, such
relations had better cease. We ex
plained this to them, and saving that
we could never feel, after what had
occurred, that we possessed their en
tire contidence, declined their propo
sition. After expressing their regrets
at what had transpired, Mr. W. F.
Turner offered his hand, which we ac
cepted, and we parted amicably, as
we supposed. We did nothing to put
any difficulties in the way of their mak
ing arrangements elsewhere. TL.ere
are many factors in Charleston, and
as we had always regarded their ac
count perfectly safe, as well as profita
ble, we presumed they would find no
trouble in securing accommodation.
As we looked at the matter it was a
simple business arrangement between
two parties, which either was free to
terminate. They were not bound to
continue with us-we were not bound
to advance to them. In declining to
do so we did these gentlemen no harm.
We were actuated by no anger or
resentmeut, but by the natural feeling
that those who, without making any
complaint on their own account, had
at I a t lent themselves to tLe aid of
others who were suggesting charges
of unfair dealing, could not be in a
position to deal with us on a proper
footing or we with them.
Sn-ra & ADGER.
FOR DYSPEPSLI and Liver Complaint,
you have a printed guaruntee on every bot
tle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to
A Chance to Go to West Point.
The Darlington Newcs says; "We
have received notice from the Hon.
Geo. W. Dargan that he has been re
quested by the War Department to
appoint a West Point Cadet from the
Sixth Congressional District. Mr.
Dargan has decided to have acompet
itive examination, and the appoint
ment wil be awarded to the succes, -
ful applicant. Notice of the time and
place of this examination will be giv
en by Mr. Dargan in due season
through the newspapers of the Dia
brict. The appointee must report at
West Point by June 16, 1S87."
"Candidates for this appointment ]
must be between 17 and 22 years of I
age must be unmarried, at least five f
feet in height, free from any infecti- e
>us or immoral disorder, and, gener
illy, from any deformity, disease or
infirmity which may render them un
it fo. military service. They must be
well versed in reading, in writing, in
:luding orthography, in arithmetic, v
md have a knowledge of the elements r
>f English Grammar, of descriptive I
eography (particularly of our own s
ountry) and of the History of the U.
. The Sixth Congressional District
s composed of Marlboro, Darlington,
farion, Horry, Clarendon, and a part
f Williamsburg couiny."
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY--a pos
tive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria, and Can
It is the duty of every person who -
aas used Bochee's German ~Syrup to(
et its wonderful qualities be known
o their friends in curing Cons.mp
ion, severe Coughs, Croup, Asthma,
?neumonia, and in fact all throat and
ung diseases. No person can use it
rvitout immediate relief. Three doses
rill relieve any case, and we consider
.t the duty of all Druggists to recoin
end it to the poor, dying consump-1
ive, at least to try one bottle, as 80,
)00 dozen bottles were sold last year,
d no one case where it failed was
reported. Such a medicine as the
krran Syrup cannot be too widely
nown. -Ask your druggist about it.
Sample bottles to try, sold at 10 cents.
R"ular t ze, 75 cents. Sold by all
) e ggists and Dealers, in the United -
.A es and Canada.
o The People of Clarendon:
I am the Agent for the Cel
ag All this machinery is direct
from the foundry and will be sold at
the Foundry Prices. It will be
to the advantage of purcl.s era to call1
on me before buying.
W. SCOTT HARVIN,
MANNING, S. C.
Feb. 16, 1887.
I have opcned a first-class Shaving Saloon
at the Enterprise office, and solicit the pat
ronage of the citizens-of Manning anid comn
Pcs...Hair Cutting, 25c.; Shaving, 10c.;
pa-Special attentiongive to. hildr.
C. C.. R~. C.
the finances, and furnished amuseiut n
for young and old, almost everybody
got a letter-not a dun for money, but
a love letter. Sometimes one that
would make an old bachelor feel ner
vous at the prospect of being robbed
of that which is most dear to him
his freedom from the many little care.,
curtain lectures, and hair pullings,
with which his married neighbor is
sometimes entertained. As he reads
he feels like a culprit, when the fact
stands revealed to him, that his hand
some face, and many hidden virtues
has completely broken the tender
heart of some poor sentimental school
girl, and while taxing his brain, trying
to fall on some plan by which to con
sole the poor maiden; he breaks the
seal of another, written perhaps by a
lady whose age would correspond
with his own ; and as he reads, he
feels like "a walking shadow, that
would soon strutt his hour upon the
stage of life to be seen no more."
Mr. Editor: It is simply a loss of
time for an old bachelor, to woo an
old maid. I've tried it. She feels as
much contempt for him as the S. C.
negro feels for "de Poo buckrah." She
may marry a young man 25 years her
junior, or most likely compromise
with a widower, but she will never
marry an old bachelor-unless she
fails to get a chance to marry any one
Rosin Hill can boast of another cit
izen-its a girl-weighs 13 pounds.
Friend -'Bob" is Perfectly happy.
The members of the Connor Mount
ed Riflemen are to meet here to-mor
row for the purpose of having their
measures taken by a taylor ior aregu
lation uniform. They have saved
money enough from the annual ap
propriations to uniform 30 privates
and non-commissioned officers. Com
missioned officers will uniform them
A Sprightly Letter.
PANOLA, February 10, 1887.-As
the spring opens, the voice of the
plowman is heard. The birds sing
sweet music, and the warm sunshine
gives courage t: the tillers of the soi'.
Here and there, you see wagons luat
ed with supplies as a striking indica
tion that there is to be another hard
fought battle with general green. Pc
itics, farmers clubs, etc., are all for
otten. King Cotton is to step upon
his throne, gives orders and as willing
subjects we will march into line.
The editor of the TiLns is held in
[igh esteem with the farmers. His
pen and manly position in sustainir g
"Farmer" has won for him laurels I f
cdmiration with all right-minded
armers. It is universally true, there
are some thoughtful men who look
nder the surface of things and the
editor of the Tnxs is one of them.
The farmers have got down to work
vith the determination to live. It is
really amusing to know how each one
n his own imagination claims to be
big Isaac. It is stated by an Orange
urg stock-holder that the new rail
oad (Eutawville) will run direct from
ance's Ferry in!'an air line for Panola.
Cf this be the case according to his
:s a depot will be established here.
uere is no p--ettier site for a. depot,
or can there be found a more suita
le place for the building of a village
s this surrounding contry presents.
With the road, the depot once estah
ished, the trustees conite aplate build
ng a commodious Ac. my for a
raded school. This widi be done
my way, even if ui e have no railroade
unds have been reserved by the
rustees of Distrnet No. 2. for this
urpose. Ours is a desirable commu
iity. The peo.- - seem to be moving
o a higher y .ue of prosperity, all
hey lack in my judgment is educa
ional advantages, as there seems to
e among all classes one harmonious
eho of love, and ki~pd feeling through
Mr. James B. Brown, met with the
~ad misfortune to lose his dwelling
ouse with all his furniture by fire.
his loss falls heavy on him, esbecial
y as there was no insmlance upon the
But I will stop for fear you may
nd a stopping place for me. I prom
ise if this.does not offend your devil,
r find its doom in the waste basket,
o write again.
THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bour
on, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe
ur lives to SHILOLH'S CONSUMPTION
Factor and Farmer.
Smyth & Adger Make a Plain State
ment of their Buasiness Relations
'with the Turners of Clareadon.
To the Editor of the News and Couri
er: Our attention has been called to
artieles in one or two of the-county pa
pers criticising as revenge our action
in not wishing to continue business
with Messrs. W. F. Turner & Bro., of
The facts are these: Since 1883 we
have advanced the Messrs. Turner
(father and two sons) on no other se
curity than their joint note. Our re
lations had always been cordial and
pleasant, and we had received no com
plaint from them of any kind as to
our management of their business.
We were therefore exceedingly sur
prised to find that they had furnished
afidavits stating that their cotton
spped to us had li st in weight, to
be used by other parties mn sustaining
certain charges made by them. These
afidavits, which were afterwards pub
lished,- together with others, in tLe
newspapers, gave us the first intima
tion that there was any dissatisfaction
on their part. We naturally conclud
ed that this action could only have
been promptsd by want of- confiden( e
in us; otherwise they would never
hve farnished affidavits against us
without at least asking us for an ex
pantion. Some time afterwards
they called on us- for a settlement of
last year's business. This, as in prey
WILMINGTON, COL., AND AUGUSTA R. R. CO.
__________________ TitAINS GOING SOU Fl-.
Dxr DECEMrBER 12th, 1886. N No. 23, No. .7,
______ Dil'iDaily. Daily. ___
Leave Wiruington.......... 7.20 A M. '.15 P. 31. 10.10 P. M.
Leave Lake acramaw...... 8. 41 A. . 9.30 P. .L 11.15 P. M.
Leave Marion.............. 10.28 A. 31. 11.24 1P. M1 1 2.'; A. M.
Arrive Florence............. 11. 15 .. M. 12.15 1'. M. 1.20 A. MI.
Arrive Sumter............. 1.12 A. 1 4.24 A. M, 4.24 A. M.
Arrive Columbia............. .05 P. M.I .40 A. 31. 6.40 A. 31.
TtRAINS GOING NORTH.
N o. 7,! No. 66, N.62
__________________Daily. Daily. Duily.
Leave Columbia.............9.53.I. 100 P. I .............
Arrive Sumter............. 1.5a P. n. 2.41 P. .
Leave F!orence..............4.45 A. '. 4.30 v 810P.
Leave Marion....... ........ 5.28 . :v. 5.12 P. z. 8.46 P. x.
Leave Lake Waccamaw ...... 'TO A. x . .5G ?. X. [3.11 P. Y.
Arrive Wilmington ............8.30 A. V. 8.30 .M 11.25 P. .'w,
Nos. 23 and 78 stops at all st.7t8ons exct Register, Ebezer, Cane Savfnahj Wateree
?assangers for Columbia and all points on C. & G. R. Rl., C., c. k A. 1. Ri. stations.,
Aiken Junction. and all points beyond thouidl tke No. 48. Thilman Sleeper for
Augusta on this tr.ain.
J. R. KENJS, JOliN *. I)IVINEf
Sup.t Trans. Geni- Stpt
T. X1. EIERSO3, Gen15 Passenger Rgent
NORTH-EASTERN R. R. CO. OF . C.
--TINS G01ING SODTH, _
No015, No. 23. No. 2,.
Dated Dec. 12tb, 1886. OldNo. 42. Old No. 48. IOld No. 40.
_Dl Dl.Daily. Daly.
Leave Florence ..............1135 A. 12 30 A. .~ 1 .30A X.
Leave Kingstree .............12 46 P. 31. 1 43 2 30
Leave Lanes ...... ...........
Arrive Carle.ton . 320 14 .5 5 0 .
No 53 runs solid daily, except Sunday, and No. 55 Sunday only, froni Columibia to
Charleston, via Sunter and Lanes, leaving Colunbia 5.27 p. in., arrive C Pa.leeton 9.45 pm.
TRAIN" GOING NORTH.
.No. 7. No. 66.N o0. . -
Old No. 47. Old No. 43. Old Nn. 45.
______ ail. IDaily. Daily .
Leave Charleston .............12 25 A. Xt. 12 05 Fr. M. 3 55 P, ..
Leave Lane.,................. ............... 2~ (1O 15
Leave KingStree ...... .......3 16 A. 31. 250 "633
krrive Florence .............40 41 I 5
No. 52 leaves Charleston daily, except Sunday, 7 00 A. ., and runs solid to Columbia
na Lanes and fSmter, ar iving Columbia 105 ap 5 A. &1. No. 5 Ch. arleston Sundays
)nly at 8.45 A. 11., atrriving Columbia 10(0 P. M.
No. 15, 23 and 27 make connection at Ashly Junction with C. & S. R. m. for Savannar
Lnd Florida points.
Nos. 78, 66 and 62 run solid to Wiuington, N. C., making close connection with W. &
WV. R. R. for Norfolk, Petersburg, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philailphia, New
Cork, and all points North.
No. 66 connects at Florence .&ith train from Wadesboro and all points on C. & D. and
S& S. Railroads.
J. R. KENLY, JJN. F. DIVINE, T. 3. EMMERSON,
Sup 't Trans. Gen'l Snp't GSnpl Past.engcr Agt
Golden Grain Whiskey
T HE PURE PRODUCT OF THE D CHOICEST GRA, I, CAIEULY
selected fres from the harvest, and distilled by an improved process.
licb and Natural Grain Flavor, Bright Color, and Smooth, Relisbsome Taste,
ireserved in perfection. Wholesome as a beverage, effectual as a tonic, in
Allible as a Restorative and peerless for Family use; always uniform "t the
tandard of excellence.
No. 103 Es. 78 STNoE.T,
NEWI YORK, Oc'ronx 8TH, 1886.
WV. A. SINCLAIR, Esq.-Dear Sir-Tn answer to your note of this date,
shincr me what liquor is best for your u-se, I would say that I now recoin
,end the "GOLDEN GRAIN WHISKEY," to all of my patients. I have
ally tested it, and I-now it to be perfectly pure, of fine flavor, and alto-ether
uperior to .-ny other brand that I have met with.
Yours truly, D . IL LANE, . D.
MANN irINT , 8.08r~ V'"V
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Veal' lue. Raeroads
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1'.rt uin NE n s. i iOiiAEASTRAD MARS 1 1PccT
State of South Carolina, I Court of
Clarendon County. j Common Plea.,..
Henry H. David. Plintiff,
Eizul eth Jones, Ellen. Walsh, Sarah A.
Dtvid, George 4. Brown, Samiiel C. C. R .'
ardson; and Mary David, Ellen J, Da.v
nRth David, Emma M. David, andAna-.:.,
NTOTICE IS H13911M G;IVEN THA'F
.L under and by virtue of an order :
Judge T, B. Fraser; Jated January 11,. 1e:*,
made at Chambersi in the above stated ca- ,
I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash,- av
the Court House in Manning, in said Cou:s
ty, and State, within th usual hours o'f
sale on Monday the 7th day of Mat i
1887, a certain parcel or lot of land situ., -
in the Town of Mannitkg In the County '
Clarendon and State afore.sid, containi. .
one acrt; more ar less, knowi as the "B.- -
field lot," and boanded as folc-vs, tlow';
On the cast by West Boundary street of si
Town of Manning. south by lot of Ian.,
now or formerly, the property of Miss Mnry
E, Seizer, and boinded on adl ober sid
by thu property formerly oecupied by Alfied
Setzer aInd %..iiy. antd said to be owned 1-v
the wife and children of the said Alfri
Setzer. The parc4 of land thus descril-t
is the whole of the lot fornaerly owne.i
by W. A. Barfield.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
H. H. LESESNE,
SerIff Ctrendon County,
Feb. 2nd, 1887.
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist Nos. 131 & 13.3
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Foreipg
and Domestic Chemicals, Glasswarv,
Spices, Brushes, Essential Oils, Sur
gical Instruments, Perfumery, Fancy
Goods, SHOW CASES, of all sizes,
and all articles usually fonnd in a
Firstclass Dfrg House. Prices low'
Quick sales and small profits.
F. N. Wilson,
MANNING, S. C.
GRAND, UPRIGHT, SQUAREL
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