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THE MANNING TI E
WEDNESDAY, MARPCiS 3T, 1837.
TERMS OF sLSCURI'i10:
One Year, in Advance si. or $2.00 0
che Eipiration of Six Months.
Advertisements.-Per Square, first ia
Each subsequent insertion. 50e.
po' Contract Advertising at reduce
Gen. R W. Moise was in town las
Hon. E. R. Plowden, Jr., was il
town last Friday.
Monday is salesday. See the tract
of land advertised to be sold.
The way to deserve patronage is t<
advertise. Our merchants have no
got their names in the paper.
WHY WILL YOU cough when Shilho'i
Cure will give impiediate relief. rice 1
cts., 50 ets., and $1.
Dr. G. Allen Huggins. cur populai
dentist, has his office fitted up afte
the latest style of elegance and com
*Next Friday is the day advertisee
for the examination of teachers- It if
very likely to be the only examipatior
Representative James E. Tindal ha
been invited to address a meeting o
the farmers at Orangeburg on the first
Monday in April.
Mr. Ben Harvin was in Mannino
Saturday. He is a wortby represent
ative ofWhis distinguished father, the
late Arthur Harvin.
Rev. J. S. Beasley, the [presiding
elder of the Methodist Church, wil
preach in Manning 11 o'clock A. x.
THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bour
bon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife ow(
our lives to SHILOH'S CONSU3IPTIO
The prohibitionists have put or
their "war paint" in Anderson, anc
we await with interest, tidings fron
the "battle field."
Mr. J. H. Garland, of Salem, was ii
our sanctum Saturday. His appear
ance is a creditable reflection on thf
prosperity of his community.
Reme ber the notice published dur
ing the mornti. We are compelled t
adhere to it, and hence a number o
names will be dropped after this week
A NASAL IN.TECTOR free with eahL bot
tie of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 5
Sancho Benbow shot by Henry Tin
dal sometime ago, died last Sunday.
Tindal is ir jail and will be tried foi
murder at the next term of the court
Fire swept through the timber for
ests of Mr. F. P. Cooper last week
Fortunately the citizeDs rallied in time
to keep the fire from spreading else.
A petition is circulating in town for
signatures, to have a new street open.
edon the east side. The petilion is
meritorious for the street is greatly
"HACKMETACK," a lasting ana fragrant
perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents.
Rev. W. G. Rollins, says he findi
no trouble in selling "Stephens Pieto
rial History." He is determined that
every household in Clarendon shall
have the book
The Spedtator, a new paper started
at Branchiville by H. S. Cunninghiam,
is on our table. Mr. Cunningham is
an experienced editor, and will no
doubt make the Spectator a success.
Senator Youmnans, of Barnwell, whc
is now measuring swords with farmnei
Ben Tillman, of Edgefield, will plan'
575 acres in cotton, besides renting
out a large area of land.
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indiges
tion, Constipation. Dizziness, Loss of Appe
tite, Yellow Skin? Shilohi's Vitalizer isa
The Taxrs is a lire home paper. Il
gives County news and .State news
Everything it publishes is new and in
structive to its readers. It publishes
no dead plate matter.
A Pacolet corresponnent writing t<
the Ne~ws and Courier of the 25th, say
"There is an old lady seventy-three
years old, living over the line in Unior
county, who lost her teeth some fif
teen years ago, and now has a full net
set nearly developed."
The Manning Guard will have a
company target practice on next Fri
day afternoon at 3.30 o'clock in ordei
to select a team for the contest on thi
20th of April. The public, ladies es
pecially, are invited.
We are requested to state that the
ladies of Manning will hold a meeting
at the Grove Academy on Monday af
ternoon the 4th instant, to arrange foi
the management of the fair of th<
NA letter addrcssed to the Mamai
Tnus, reached this office last MXonda:
evening 'with the following directior
to postmaster on face of envelopo: "I
not called for in ten days, return t<
"Friday," Summerton, S. C., via. Ea,
sM.Aaron Weinberg, has purchas
ed -the trar4 of land adjoining hi:
propertj in . western part of th,
tow, bne~ieron the Fulton road
from Mr. Coi'-u Wilson, and now ha
a tract of aifty-fiue acres, most of iti
not all, inside the corporate limits.
Does it not suggest itself to th
mind of our City Fathers, that th~
building used as a council chambe
and market, is a great eye-sore to th
town? Standing as it does on th
public square in close proximity t
our handsome court house, could
not be made at least presentable Lsy
coat of paint ?
SHILOH'S CATA.RRH RIElEDY-a p~o
itive cure for Catarrb, D~iptherna, and Cet
The Manining Guard Will gi-c a
dime reading and oYster supper on
next FriIav evenin at the Grove
Acadeeni. An intellectual as well as
a groser feast for the inmr m: aw:ait
the crowd to attend. The! Gmi
promise their fri;nis a inerrv cool1
ation of fun making and good eing.
Mr W. B. McDaniel, of Columbia,
who has been running a small job
printing oflice iII ihat city for severai
rears, has secured t he app int men t. of
foreman in the (iver!uent priod ing
oillce at WashLington, andwl w:n. t r
t upon the discharge of his duties the
1st of April.
i FOR DYSPEPSIA an Liver ComlnpOaint;t.
von have a prilte uarante ol e*v V bot
ti of Shiloli's Vitalizer. It never hlii's
When the Guard was dis-miSSCd
Friday evening a number of the nm
t hers of the comnpany visited General
Bonham at the Central Hotel andgave
him a merry celertaimeut. To the
music of cliuking glasses the wit and
humor kept eren pace. Big beads
and weak stomachs. the next morning.
testitied to the hospitality of the
A wagon team belongirg jo Mr. P.
. Reavescontaining his on: Ervir
and a Mr. Taylor, ran away last Sat
urdav evening on the subrbs cf th
town. Mr. Taylor was thrown out of
the wagon on IIs head and knocktE
senseless. Ervin fell out and one of i
the wheels passed over his ancle. He
was otherwise badly iujured. One (if
the mules hroke loose from the wagon
which was carried for - distance of
about a mile by the other, when it
was stopped uninjured.
What little'fruit or early vegetables
survived the cold of ten days ago. vas
destroyed Monday night. It was warm
and balmy Sunday all day 'till towards
night when the wind commenced
blowing hard from the north-wes!. It
blew all night increasing the cold ev
erv hour and morning found us shiv
ering in winter again with ice al.
around. Now here is another unfor
tunate instance pointing to the impor
tance of a signal service station. A s
it is our worthy citizens are at the
mercy of the fickle weather. Monday
afternoon gave no premonition of the
- frigid season just ahead, but it cam
thundering down unexpectedly, roar
in- and whistling in a frigid glee. The
delicate flower and early spring plant
were caught in its icy embrace, and
shivered and died. The ealy riser in
his gossamer apparel chattered and
swore that a colder morning he had
never felt as he scrambled in the cor
I ners for kindling stuf But how dif
ferent would have been the result if
we had just had a signalistation to tell
us that the cold was coming. We
must have the signal statiou. For
bearance has ce:ssed to be virtuous
and from the supplicator we assert
the dignity of a commandcr and( de
uand a weather siznai station from
his lordship, the Hou. A. P. Butler.
We have su.ered enongl from thc
precarious, unmerciful weather cock
aud must have protection. There is
no reason why we cannot have a sta
tion like othe'r towns. The Tms.of
fiee is promTred free as a place for the
signals, and we volunteer our self and
assistant to display the proper tVags
and make, correct, the necessary re
DEATH OF MRS. McDOWELL.
Onhly a few weeks ago we chronicled
the death of a prominent citizen of
our town. Tlo day our colamns carry
out the sad intelligence of the death
of another of the valued members of
this comnmunity. Mrs. Mary P. Me1
Dowell, wife of Rev. Jamecs McDowell,
Paster of the Presbyterian Church at
this place, passed from this life at 2
o'clock last Thursday night. Her
death was notCunex;ected. For many
months she had uncomplainingly and
patiently borne the wasting ravages of
consumption. A lady ot cultivated
mind and tas~ter, blending in a m~ark
ed degree diguity, atl~ability, and gen
teness, she commnandied respect and
won the esteem of ali with whom she
came in contact, whbile those who kneu'
her w:ell honored and loved her for
the graces and Christian virtues w' ich
adorned her whole life. The fuueral;
services held at 'he Presbyten n
Church at 4 o'clock Friday atternoon,~
were attended Wya large congrcegarai,
iand were touchingly and imnpressively
conducted by the Rev. N. W. E.1
mund.; of Sumter. The pall bearers
et the church were .Messrs. J. Tf.
Stukes, F. 3. Wilson, R. A. Char dler,
C. R. Harvin, S. M. Plow detu, and B.1
The ~remains were conveyed on the;
morning train of Saturday to Sumter,
accompanied by the bereaved family,I
and by Mrs. Richardson, wife of the
SHon. Yohn S. Richardson, Mrs. Doug
/las, wife of Rev. Jas. Douglas of Fair
- ield, sisters of Rev. .James McDoweill
by Dr. J. A. James of Cheraw, brother
of the deceased, and the follo ing
gentlemen as pall bearers: Dr. S.
C. Richardson, Messrs. F. N. Wilson,
C. R. Harvin, J. T. Stukes, W. Scott
Harvin, W. 3!. Plowden and B. Press
le Barro n. They were met at the
depo y a number of the friends of~
the deceased, who joined in the pro
cssion to the Cemnetery. The re
miswere placed by tegraves o
er loved oncles who had passed away:
bowed and uncovered heads listeredi
Sto be prayer oirered by the Rb-v. W.
,J. Mcflay; the m~ound comipletelv
hiddlen wiath beautifuil nowers tasteful
f lv arranged by a lady niend, and thus
xere laid away the mort al remanins of
one o the loveliest h~dy's of our comn
1Ladie%, will find relief frotu tha-r Co-i
nss .swiating in the Head, Colie. S>ur
by takin a douse ot Siwe:ns Live: Re-tu -
tr anelr diner or surj. ". s' . - to :ove
teo bowelis once a 'lv:. 2i 'tle-:s wili .haveu
better halth aund thle bQ i-- will ;;row tuor-'
rbust by alana the Reuas it :fn iaf.uj:
- showsl sins of Colii -. nothingtu~c li1 fe.w
-dro)ps in water for relief. Thec Genuine has
Rev. 4. S. }3easley, pr-4:ug e r
of the Sumter District, La niane t, e
followintg appointment:; for Rev. Wat
sonl B. ne:i, who is t totake charge
of tile Harvin's crcit on the first ~o
F1irst S;mda. 11 .. Y'. Jord:r
First Sundav, 3.3'0 . ., Privateer.
Second Sunday, 11 A. IT., Lewis
See n SCum~la. 33 Pt. Mr., I-hrvins.
iihrV. 3]r. Dineau comes wellrecoi
mnCded( from \W"14.ird Collse.
Meenn i of" the 3anning izard - Gener- -
aB Ionham Present -The Sorrow f
the Coin pe ny at the 4'ah1 of their It
Gen. M. L. Bonham, A djutant n ,
IJspceto r Ge neal c f the State, stop
Ded over in Manning last Frida even
irg on his return from an inspertion S
of the Georgetiown 'miliuxry, and at
teuded informal!y : !'r:ill :oecting of
the Manning Guardi. The prewnee .
of their distinguished visitor was a
great surprise to the Guar and a
source' of con:sderablei pleasure. Gien.
Bonhan was gracefully presented to
the Conpaoy by Captain Levi, an!Dd
Was recteived with warm enthusias
ICe delivered a short hh-exss e b
ig his satisfa-tion at meCting tll(
memberes of the ( n ardi, and urgingo(n
them to Cotlu their etiorts to make
themselves creditamlC soldiers. ie
also left a suibstantial nssitance to
help the Guard buy their umifor .
Gen. Bonhamin has a maTetic winning
manner which Cclompletely Captured
the Guard, wlo are loud in singing
the praise of thei- band.ome ceuerai.
At the conclusion of Genleral Bun
hams speech Mr. D). H. Witherspoon
ffe d a set of rezo:11tions expresing
the .rir f of the Comiipany at the affli -
t-'.iA in the family of their Gn:qlam.
Rev. Jauies McDowell, by the death
of his affeciionate wife. The resolIU
tions were feelingly ::dopted, after
which the meeting adjourned.
WaEms it has pleased Almightv
God in h'is inscrutable wisdom to re
move from her sp)here of usefulliness
here, Mrs. Jas. McDowell, the devoted
wire of our bueloved Chaplain; be it
1:e.Oi'e.: I hat we hereby tcnderl
the Rev. James cQowell, Chaplain
Of the Manning G uard, our deepcst
condolence in his sad bereavement.
Redelod frlher: That we truly sym
pathize with him in this dispensation
of Divine Providence, and that we
find consolation in the fact that his
loss is her eternAl gain.
Ji'.ol::ed: That these- resolutions be
published in the newspapers of our
county, inscribed upon our minute
book and that a copy b, trauswitted
to our beloved Chaplaiu.
R: mlced: That immediately upon
the passage of these resolutions this
meeting of the Manning Guard do ad
journ as a mark of respect to our
The (bsmopr'laan for April. pnLI~d byv
Sehlicht &c F'eH Co., Roocster, Now York,
N enroaa!iy excelent, both froem amn ar:Ist:e
xd ltitemry pomt of view. T1he-re isa beat.
vafei fronti.' 'nce emtledi "'A MohammedanW
it P.rayer:. itlCOO acomji s ElilS i Jilar-l'
banitd'. elyJ illustratsl and ve-ry atretiv
.rticle -n "Life U:euenth the Crese.-nt. Th
n'ople, ma'.r'age' and death ongn the T urk
nd Tulix-h cemeeries. F'rnk G. ren
-'.atce (fn "Un:cle Saes Bt ook Cose"
.-eriptv. ot the National Library; thee ar
ticlme on \Ieme. Do Che.vAeus, by J unes.
Io-ek I'erkmts. the auith.'r cf "Firaewe under
lIicheelOfe and \exaz.:r." who deeie the
hT~a.a'iCecareer of a r'o: rktei. Fi:cchwo
nan: Hai ali B~yd.t-'s article on "Aum.cane
P'eri.Kans an I Plebients, '-t:e:-eaere. amon
the articles of perrnnenet w ,rth mn this noru
ber. Noticeab~le in the iction is "ount Tol
toi's 'lxiled to Siberia," "'ilhe~ Baron Tor
Gol'dstetn," by C. Van Ni-vvet. and the
"Diary of an Hone;-t M3Ian." by Julia E.
Wetiwrill. Ley C. Liilie's article on "'Me
Se stud" in The lionsrhol de:'artemet.
and Kathairme ii. Foot' story. "T1he Little
R.formers.''in the Young~ Folks' department.
shonia; be meentioned. especiadly.
ievo Croup, 'e Looping Cougen and Bron
History of the United States.
One of the most meritorious pro- or
dluetions of the literary worl, recent- p
l' broughtc before the public, is a Pie- cii
mried history of the United States gI
wrtten 'oy H-au. Ale-ander H. Steoph- ca
en-i, distieguished as one of the mos'
emment writt rs of iiardI. What the
people of our day and county has i
long needed, hais been an elaboratd ei
history of the United States. Stph- of
ens' Pietorial History suppl-es the
want. It commences with theP discov
ery of America and comes down to
the assassination of President Garlield.
Then an a: pendix is ad led by Mr. R.
A.)rockt, complueting the historyto
the present time. It contains 1,0C0 E
pages and is elegantly illustrated with
300 steel and wood engravings. The
opport unity is oiuerred the people of
Clar'endo~n to purchase this valuable
work from the R~ev. W, G. Rollins, of
Darlington, a worthy minister, who is Al
now canvassing the county. The t
reatest men give the book their un i
N. tice is hereby aiven, that :m. eetion
for iint-ndant an l Wardens, focr the' town of
Eningi, t'o serve the .T.!nicipalx year
i-.s.will be~ heldh on the :Ml Mondayv inj
.pril 1587. P'olls wvill openx at 8 o'lock A.
31. and close at 4 o'clock P. M. at Sherifs
Bv order of To':wn C'onneil.
J0 HN S. WILSON, Clerk.
March 28th 1887.
!.7 o beC made. Cut this out
wil .o vonx fl*oee. m
tL:.t will .:art yo in e -ec. bui " which v'ill
bin1 y.ou in n'.: 'mney 1r.ht aa tha f
:mefinl "''1- ' in the ' v- xa.An one can1
dolh wor a ',x .r' liv at hoe Either s'x:
all ai-. ( 1 ,aom ething n e ht jns U- coin I S
mon -y for. all we kt rs.W- ilsatyu
e~a not ne-hded. .x'hi is one of the gen
mh,'orat chane.wi Ia 1retiime. Thos
'nhta e hbtxins an.1 uterpiing- will niot
Cc'. .'IISI.. Manc.a
tteiteoI Survivars of me 1 amn
Th~e sur'vivors~ of the old Maning
~und will please attend a meeting of
6 Glart to be held at the Court
o e inI .,anninOi, ou MondaY the
th of April next. The meeting is
I the p:rpoe of giving expression
>t1 profound regret of tle ',aards
the los of our 1:m1ented Captait,
.JNo. C. U.v;N.\: )
T. M. M(hn1i r, Contee.
M. JACOnS, _
All persols having climals against th e es
te of FlANCfS E.KNOWLTON, of Clar
don' County, dcCased, will present them
: atesedandallpersonls indebted."
ereto. will mahke payment to Robt. A.
-wart, Esq., Attorney at Law. 2Lmiing,
3Tarch 23, 1S7. Imo.
Tobias, J. H. for children, 206 acres, 5
runson, Joel E. 1 lot.
Denni:s, WV. D. 176 Cres" *t .
Nun t 3Varks '4'1e*d, .
Cantey. Mrs.,A. E. tO acres, 5 buildngs.
Kenwdy, Wam. 53 acres.
KMIDar, . C. and J. A. 1305 acres.
WE.; Dtt.f F. 80 -,crs.
Weils, Sheliy I acre.
H, ;aday, RL. J. Truste 134 acres, 2 build
:Cants. Shell 75 acres .5bui ldings.
McCal Lirtha 17 acres, 2 buildings.
jaicsford, E. M. 20 acres, 6 buildings.
Dl)we. TL'hous. ll acres, 2 buildings.
Lawson, Juo 192 acrus.
osier, E ;tate Wnm. ii acres, 1 building.
F-ler, -ljierson 10 acres. 1 building.
Jhnson. Anna 16 arcrs, 3 bu:ldings.
Brunson, Wnm. 23 ncres.
Felder, Estate Dublin 3; acres, 2 buld
Feider, Sarah A. 13 acres. 2 buildings.
Lenion. Nella 15 acres, 2 buildings.
Sant 3Jhrks Township.
DaBose, S. D. 85 acres.
runson, S. C. 424 acres, 3 buildings.
Harvin, Manervoa , ac-es, 2 buildings.
Sany Sem'p 'rotenship.
Betiune, Rutifas 2%3 acres.
Coch ran, Julia F. 4-1 acres. 4 bnildings.
Smiling, James E. 121 acres. 6 buildings.
J1a ning Toush'p.
Grntham, J. F. 1 lot, 2 buildings.
Pack, Dilsy 50 acres, 2 buildings.
Blackwell, Mrs. A. L. 2,)0 acres, 5 build
3h0nnt Zi Twcs~4p.
Bagett, J. J. 123 acres, 3 buildings.
Chritpher, J. L,. 35 acres. 1 builing.
Heks. Jesse 18 acres, 3 building.
Holaday, J. A. 118 acres, 5 buildings.
idgway, L. 31. 448 acres.
Flowers, J. '-. 1 lot.
MDnad, D. D. 300 acres, 2 buildings.
Ric!hourg, Annie $6 acres, 3 buildings.
I cien) 31;&. 7c&nsxdp.
O'Neill, Frank Q. :l2a acres, 1 building.
Holmes. F.atat.e E. B3. 800 acres. 1 building.
Wallace, Mary 57 acres.
Baker, J1. W, 73 acres. 2 buildings..
Barrow, C. L. 200 acres.
Burgess, Wash i acre; 3 buildings.
Cooper, Necd 10 acres, 1 building.
Woods, Jno. 41 acres, 4 buildings,
.Mac Zion Totenship.
Childers, Eliza 63 acres.
Robrt:on, Daive 20O acres.
Snith, Sarah 100 acres, 2 buildings-.
Notice is her by given that the wvlole i f
e several l'Arcels, lots, and rarts of lets of
d estate described in th.2 preceding list,
so much thereof~ as will be necessary to
.' the taxes, penaities, una ascessments
arged thereon, will be sold by H. H. Hag
is, Treasurer of Clarendon County, South
rolina, a~this oice in said Counnty, on
nday the 4th day of April A. D. 18~.
2ess said taxes, assessxnents, and penmal
s be pai.1 before that tim.a, anid such sale
il be continu:4 from day to day uutil all
said parcels, lots and parts of 1'. s of real
Lte shall be sold or offered for sale.
D. J. BRIADHAM,
Auditor C. C.
March 10, 1887.
xaination of Teach
OFFIF OF SCHOOL COMSSshO'~T.
MA~xiO, S. (C., March 12th, 1887.
The regtnlar examination of teachers will
he'.d ii. the Co'urt House on Friday,
ril st, 1887. All persons desiring to)
tch in the free~ schools of this county, and
ose teachers whoae certilicates of qualiti
tion have expired will please appear he
re the 1 :r.l at that time f r e-: iuination,
t ipobb that this w'.'lllbe the only
omtnty giveai themfl this y;'r.
Set'1& CAta' 0. C.
Tha an ersigne3 respectfully r4.rs his
rvices in this and adjacent courit as as a
and Survey.or, and will faithially -xecute
batever work may' be entrusted to him:.
'J. E. SCOT..
Manning, S. C'., Marh 13, 1887.
Dr H BAER,
bolesae~ D~rug"ie, No-. 1:31 & 13
3feelingt stra- t, Co.:rleston, :3. U.
lealer in Drugs, 31ediines, Foreign
od Domestic Chemuias, G assware,
'niceis, Brushes, Esrnti a! Oils, Snr'
1'al Imstruments, Per fumery, Fa::ey
00ods, SROWa CASES, of all si.zes,
nal all auiticle usua'ly found in a
irst-class Druag House. Prices low
.ic aic and .. in l wog'fits.
Golden Cra W hiskey 1
1 HE PURE PRODUCT OF Tm: CH1fCEST G N, C
.selected fresh from t be hrvIst. : in
Rieh and Natural G4raiu I*lavoIr. BrigIt Color, *u id T IiOn
preserved in perfcction. Whoiesomne as a b,, lu as a t, m
fa!!ible as a RestoraivTe, and p eerless for Family' use; ab s uniiformn at the
sitandard of cxcllence.
NEWV YOIK, Ocruim::: r,1: .
W. A. SINCLAIR, E.D Sir-- a to your now o tida
asking me what liquor is hest for your u:, I would say t n r
mend the "GOLDEN GRAIN tIo K" to d i m I kne. o
fully tesctd it. and know it to be perfectly pu'e, o c o Ii y, lA
superior to any other brand that i have nt with.
Yours truly J. R. LAN .M .
FOR SALE ONLY BY
S. WOLKOVISK!E, Agt.
MANNIN , S. O.
The Fiuest Liquors, Segars, and Tobacea, Dispensed at
THE MANNING SALOON, at C(harlc!ton Pices.
GROCERIES! G R O I- S ROCERIES!
Candies and Confectioneres.
Ladies' ,and Misses' MILLINERY GOOI>S ih
Irs. Edwar ' IS TH LAGE !
Everything Sold at the (h '-pt Picst.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR S BE SURE ThAT YOU 0 ET IT.
Venable's Blue Jeans.
--Made of Finest Old
M LLW T m .. .
r Every Plug Gunarant-eer to Ilease. or Moner willbe Re
funded. For sale by Moses Lae-vi.
Feb. 2. '87.
WITH BUTTO HOLE -
Q1 I. MARSilALL& C.,
P T N I .RDWARRE IECHATS.
1:39 -IrETrNG STREZv, Charleston, S. C.
CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS AND COPYHIGHTS Sole Agents For
Ob:ainenIi, and all oiner business in the U. STARKE's DIX1E i'LOUGHUS,
S. Thtent Office attended to for JIODER- WATT PLOUG H1S,
A T~YE.'. AVERY & E0N's rLOUGUT
Send .MODEL 01 DRA -1fN. We ad- DOW LAW COTTON PLANTER
vis- a.s to patenability free of charge : and AND GUANO DISTRIBUTORS.
we mal-e .O CIALWGE UYLESS WE B. Iron Age Harrows and Cultivators, Rom-a
TA i.T PA TE.T. Imgh Stock, Washburne 4C Moiu's
We rJfer he.re to the Postmastr. the Surpt.It G.:k'aized Fence Wiro. (ham
of Monev Order iv., aud to n:eials of the Iion myers and Keapers.
U. S. Patent Ofihdee. For circblar. alvice,
terms and referen-es to actual clients in T A Tt:ILPiNMNE TOOLS
your own State or Count-y. write to
C. A. SNOW &CO., absolutely warrated and
Opposite Patent Ofie, NhintonvD. C. i en wie
Fast Lirn 1,etween CFIAIsTop ANDo wso Dealers n
COLU3BIA AND PPER SOUT1 CAROLINA.AD
- ---AG RICU JUDA L STEE
Go~ WS.Hoap I-ri. Ilors and MujTne Shoe-.,, W I
_______ _ -EST. 1ManGOPS Eiutinware. Coopers tool, .iners
Tool Cutery, wr and Sant
7.20 A. tLv. arlestoi, WS Ch A in. . in Awticlesb.
Cavlen ~ I &,cue . .5 AG IC LT RALnE
8 40" " ILanes, " 7 Prices made on applicution.
9.:33 " "Samter, "" f.42"
10.40 " Ar.'Coluimbi.-, " Lv5.27"
3.2 .x. |Winnsboo " " -4 "
.18 " "Chester. " D 2
G.05 "" Korkvilke, " U.-'
7.01 i '.reaster " 7.V0 '
5.3 " " Roe Hi, " 2.02 r
6.13 " " CCharlotte. C ." RA. Eq
12.46 r a Ar. Newberry, s. C. 1-v 1 3.0 1 aT
2.42 " ' ;reenwomi,"I 1"V rO P T ia i
G.V Lanrens, " " 9.10.i S
4.47 " " derson, "I ini the Agent ior the Cei
5.5" " Greenville, " " 9.. "
6.33 Wahaila, " . 2u ered
4.10 ' " Abbeville. " " 11.05
3.20 " Spartanburg" " 12.10 r mREVOLxVING HEAD
7.10 "" I inderson'l N C1" .00 PR ATT G IN.
Ou Sundays train will leave CLarleston,
S. C.. 8.45 A. M., ar:ve Columbia 1.00 P. *
ML >turn-ng kaves Columbia 5.K7 P. ". I
arrives Charlesten 9.4~ 2. 31.
Solid Trains between Ciarston ard Col
ninbia. S. C. Special Parlor Cars attached to
this train between Charleston and Coh-n I
bia. No extra ebarge for seat in tlhepe
crs to passengeis hoUing First Class tick
111 T. 'M. E:arrn- ,
Gen'1 Pas.. Agent.
The PbC mAZ-LilShafting,
seare.-: vrapped, to any atddes in the
United States for three months on rece:pt of 1 , All this m-Iehjinery is direct
ONE DOLLAR. from the factory and will be sold at
Liberal discount allowed to postmasters, ithe Factory Prices. It will be
agents and etnis. Sample copies mailed to the ad 'outage of purchasers to call
free. Address all orders to I on me before buig.
RICHARD K. FOX, - . -
FIArL1No Sur~um, N Y3 U ti1
i~ WisonIANNING, S. C.
F. N W ilon, Feb.1c, 1887.
INSURANCE AGEN T
M7ANNING, S C .L y1
RegistrationNotice. Lo s com:- co,
I will be at the Conrt House (Clerk's of
fice), the first Monday in every mionth, to U .uziu
allow persons comling of ige since the I.ts 231 lKin" Stre~t,... .. .. .. . .Chuleston, S..
election to Register and to attnd to other
An*y. orlirs intrustid to mel, will rt'eeiv
ot.ic.alIbLsiness. ay iaws; personal atLteio. P'rie.-san
S. P.HOLLAA3, aumples cheerfully sent on appliation.
Superisorl of Regi~stratir.nl. Clarentdon ligA 3L. LOR~Y5 ,
C~mnt-:. P. i adhres. ia.ila. $. C.
Sciatics, Scratchc, Contracted
Lumbago, Sprains, xuscles,
Rheumatism, Strains, Eruptions,
Buns, Stitches, Hoof A,
Scalds, 'Stiff.Toints, Screw .
Stings, Backache, Wrms,
Bites, Galls, Swinney,
Bruises, Sores, Saddle Galls,
Bunions, Spavin Piles.
THIS COOD OLD STAD-BY
accomplishes for everybody exact!y what Isclalimed
forit. Oae of the reasons for the -reat popularityc
the Mustang Liniment Is foundin Its unitersia
applicability. Everybody needs such a medicine?
The Lumberman needs It in case.of acciden.
The Uonsewifc needs it for generaltmIy use.
The Canaler needs-t for his teamsand bs'mea.
!The Mechanic needs &6 always on his work
The Miner needs It In case of emerzency.
The PioneerneedsIt-can'tget along without It.
The Farmer needs it In his house, his stabb:..
and his stock yard.
The Steamboat man or the Boatman needs
It In liberal supply alloatand Ashore.
The Horse-fancier needs It-it Is his.bet
friend and safest reliance.
The Stock-grower needs it-it will save him
thousands of dollars and a world of trouble.
The Railroad man needs It and will need it so
long as his life Is a round of accidents and dangers.
T'Ie Backwoodsman needs It. ThereIsnoth
Ing :ke It as an antidote for the dangers to life.
imb and comfort which surround the pioneer.
The Merchant needs It about his store among
his employees. Accidents will happen, and when
these come the Mustang Liniment iswanted atonce.
Keep a Bottle in the House. 'TIS tlhe best of
Keep . Bottle in the Factory. Itsinmedid
use In case of accident saves pain and loss of wage.
Keep a Bottle Always in the Stable for'
use when wanted.
and Mx;mciNIs Of the UT 3oS
Irry :nd -NGxe : go to th'I t
.)ld and P"opular storeo '
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PRGGGIT AM APOThEC:ARES,
Dr.ugs, Medicines, and
a~~ney. and TIle~t Articles,
Fire Irs and
C h Oawer neca-s
Just rceived ! "ZZ" Cigars.
he BEST 5 cents Cigars in
Also Duke Cigarettes.
Our stim-k of Patent Medi
-ines is now comnplete in every
We keep a large stock of the
THLE POPUL AR
gy Physicians prescriptions enre
fuliy compounded by day or night.
J. G. DINKINS & CO.
RAND, UPRIGHT, & SQUARE
Tone and Durab ilitye
885 -New Orleans Expos'iton-Tv-o Gold
Me~ldl for Upright and Sqnare.
8S1-- Boston (Mans.) Expositon-First
Prize for Square Grand.
878-Paris Exposition-For Square and
870- Phlaclph'ia C'ontennial-For Square,
Tpight] and Grand.
200 FIRST PREMIUMS
at State and County Fairs>
Ive' the endohrsemn1ft of oiver 100) diffrent
:onge:, and Schocols as to their duraibility.
A ]arge assortmenft of Sm:s:>-Ha1>: Pr:o,
gts for Pahace, New England and Be
Piano... ind Organs .syld on easy monthl-y
Piano.s takenL in (exchange. also thoroiugh.
repaired. 5.-nd for Einstated Piano or
rgn Catal ogue.
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eat Cao. P.
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