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Will be in Manning -on Monday
and several davs there after Mr. Thus.
-whoss an -experisneed photographer
who has been in Sumter for some
t time. This is tbe oppertunity to have
pictures. good and true taken.
A new postoffice is very much need
ed by the citizens of Douglas Town
ship in Salem. 'Iany of the people
have to .go a distance of six miles and
more, which is an extraordinary in
convenience in these progressive
i times. The office could be estal'lish
!d with very little trouble and ensz.
I It is to be hoped the authorities will
consider this matter and grant the pe
tition of the citizens of Douglas
Township, which has been forwardtd.
Capt. A. Levi has received letters
from the friends of J. K. McIver, first
Seargent of tle Darliugton Guards so
liciting the support of his Company
for Mr. VcIver for the offize of Major
of the Fourth Regiment. Capt. Levi
expressed hiwsel in faror of the gen
tleman. He was with him at the Car
olina Military Institute and has full
confidence in Mr. McIver's ability to
.il the place with credit.
The Gmad will very likely support
apt. D. J. Auld, of Sumter, for the
Lieutenant Colonelcy of the Regi
The following order has been
sent to the various companies of the
HEADQUARTERS, THIRD BRIGADE,
Sor Cro.snA VoLt-rEn Tnoops.
DABLINGTON, S. C., March 30, 1&87.
General Urde-s No, 1.
I. A n election to fill vacancies in the of
fices of Lieutenant-Colonel and Major of the
Fourth Regiment of Infantry, S. C. V. T.,
is hereby ordered to be held at the Armories
of the respective Companies composing such
regzuent on Frida,. April Sth, 1887.
IL The election will be by ballot, and
each Captain shall appoint the hour at
which it shall be held by his Company.
Provided, it be between the hours of 11 i
.m. and 11 r. x., of the day above named.
IlI. Each Captain shall appo~ut three
niembers of his Company as tellers to con
duct said election; and he shall rep3rt the
result to these Headquarteas within (5) days
By order of the 00tnmanding General:
HENRY T. THOMPSON,
The Manning Guard belong to this
Regiment, and are requested by Cap
tain Levi to be present at their armo
ry on the evening of the 9th for the
purpose of carrying out the directions
of the above. A full attendance is ex
PANOLA CHIT CHAT.
PANOL, April 4th, 1887.
Mr. EDITOR: Most farmers had
come to the conclusion that the tradi
tional lingering of winter had come
to an end. but it is noso-a heavy
frost mixed with sleet and ice on the
1st of April was a reality. The birds
which mingled such sweet charms of
music have taken shelter under the
weather signals and the cool wave has
hb aed their merry tongues. Such
.ianges of temperature makes us feel
liea human music box with no man
ipulator, or puts us in the positio'n of
a poor fellow tarred -and giveri a free
ride on a rail
Farmers are on their mettle. They
think corn will hav-e to be planted
over. Bewildered almost on account
of the uncertain prophecy of the
weather prophets. Corn, in many
places, eariy planted is seriously dam
aged. The fruit crop is enterely de-,
stroved. Gardens to all intents and
purposes killed. Plums and :ies,
doubtful. The ravazes of hog cam .
with the uncertainty of the chicken
crop gives us the blues
Mr. Editor; you can say for theI
good of the public there is no panther
or other ravenous beast ab.out Pazjola.
This report was originated by some
ugly fellow. It is a hoax. The orig
mnator is a young man, and lia did it
to prevent an allian'ee between Con
cord and St. Pauls with tue fair and
beautiful young ladies here. The!
young ladies are indignant; they be
lieve the raising and circulating of
such a report an invasion upon their
The flag that was hoisted upon the
old field at Summerton, marking the
spot for a depot for the Eutawville
Railroad, has been remioved to Pano
la containing the inscription 74 miles
to Charleston, 18 miles to Sumter.
One of our most enterprising young
business men saw -'Fridays"notice in
the Tmxzs, which led him to apply to
Mr. G. W. Dizigle, of: :Suramerton, for
a bosition oki the new road. .He has
been given the contract an~d assigned
rto the following duty, viz: "To black
.the tails of all ~the lightning- bugs, to
p,'rivent them from signing down the
.trains at night.
. Mr. Editor; your editorial 23rd of
March did us great injustice. I pre
sume no people are ashamed of their
misdoings, but why be so cruel to tell.
-everybody that the railroad would run
this way to get our cake and whiskey.
YoX.u bad the cart before the horse.
-Panola does not deal in such tangle
lgstuff. Her citizens are free from
the toils. While there was a little
Stoo much of the "merry drap," at
Prince's Pond, Paaola had the honor
s to furnish the turkeys.
MORE P'ANOLA NEWS.
SMn. EDITRoa: I noticed in your pa
o per a report of the Railroad meeting
-at "Prince's Pond" in which the Sum
s Imertonians and Panolaites took part.
t Sinace then I noticed it copied in other
0 journals. Your reporter must have
d mndulged too freely it. the "w~e drap"
> himself, ais he got things a little mix
t ed, and thereby did Panola some in
0 justice, which I beg here to correct.
, It was Panola that secured the promn
3ise of the railroad for good "turkey
2t~ and rice,"' and Summerton for cake,
it etc." Whether the promise was.made
rt in good faith by the General Manager
to or not, we' will see. Summerton seems
Confident of the rianot. and planted a
WEDESDAY. APRIL 6- 1887.
TERES OF SUBSCUW'TI0N:
One Year, In Advance.$1.50. or $2.00 2
shoExpiration of Six Months.
Advertiseents.-Per Square, iIrst iz
Each subsequent insertion. 50e.
pM- Contract Advertising at reduce,
J. R. Keels, Esq., of Sumter, was ii
- Mr. C. M. Thames has opened i
grocery in town.
The Good Templars will meet i
Loyns's Hall Thursday evening a
Messrs. Turbeville, Fleming, Me
Faddin, Baker and others from th<
Salem side were in town Monday.
The report of the Town Counci
published to-day affords the tax pay
era the opportunity to see in w4ai
channels thcir money is expended.
Pure German Fariana Cologne foj
sale by Messrs. Dinkins & Co., in -w'.
quantity desired. It is a highlN
pr.d cologne and mefts alt the
praise it receives.
A handsome mortar and pestle the
usual drug store sign, adorns the bus
iness house of Dinkins, & Co. ThE
pes le is a tastely design and standE
conspicuous, suspended from the
front of the store.
The white frost Saturday morning
was an unusual sight for the second
day of April. It has finished what
was lacking to be done to complete
the destruction of the peach crop.
We had the pleasure of meeting
last Fridav, Mr. R. E. Smith, of Sandy
Grove. He is a man of meritorious
parts, is closely connected with the
Rev. A. Coke Smith, of the 1c.thodist
Conference, and is an honor to. his
The disagreeable weather Friday
evening forced the members of the
Manning Guard to abandon their
oyster entertainment. They will have
it another time. The oysters, which
bad been. ordered for the occasion,
were privately put away by the Guard
Mrs. R F: Milligan, of Rosin Hill,
lost lately a inumber of little chickens.
It was a perplexing question what be
came of them.~ In the evening they
were shut up in the coop, and tie
next morning one -or'more- would be
missing. The mystery was finally re
vealed by the discovery of a hole un
der the coop out of which a Urge rat
weighing over two pounds was hauled
A Trial Justice in the western sectio
way r eently called upon by a couple
wishing an introduction into the mys
teries of vtrmony. Learning the
objet of mis visitors, the Judge
straightened himnself up and ordered,
"hands on the 'book?" Then comi
menced "do you solemnly swear thai
the evidence you shall give in this"
Here he stopped and collecting him
self cdivimenced the regular ceremon
Our Supervisor ::,f Registration was
at his postMondayv looking wonder
fully cheerful and happy. His facial
organs were constantly wreathed in
smiles. An enquiiry into the cause
elicited the fact that another addition
to his household had arrived. The
other:Tom was in company. He toc
lookelradiant--ashing his hand oi
one oTexas ponies recently
pure uSumter, was the cause.
Te shelda mieeting on Fri
day on in the interest of the
Ganuard. Various commiittees
were 'ponted and the mneeting ad
to meet on next Monday. Il
curaging to see that the ladini
oving to the assistance of iM
d.This is all they need to as
Fthe social and monetary suiccese
Fair on the 20th instant.
The Bearnwell Sentine'lis responsibli
for the following : "We were inform
ed that a sow belonging to a gentle
man in the George's Creek section o~
tis county, gave birth to nine well
formed pups. They were seen by a
number of people in that section, and
afterwards with their mother killed
by the owner."
On account of the disagreeabl4
weather last Friday there was a smal
attendance of "applicants before th<
County Examining Board.. There
were 9-8 coloed. and liwbite man
Mr. Quintin Lawreoys, of Salem.. Thi
papers have not been passed upon-bj
the Board and will not be for..severa
days. It is likely tha ~akoief'ap
pointmient will be given to thiose aish
teach to come before the Board
niing Guard with the ai<
da=are .working with-migh
for their fair. Contributioni
comin~in.The, amount re
ceived up to- date aggregates th
,bandsome sum of $574.50- An Italia1
String Band from Columbia is e~s
pected to furnish the music.. Aniothe
interesting feature of the fair is tih
target shooting between teams of th
respective military companies of th4
county. These and many other thing
wil furnish varied amusements to sui
any and all of the large crowd to b
The crowd attending the sales Mor
day was very small, being contined t
those directly interested. The follov
ing tracts of land were sold: 30 acre
belonging to Jos. W. Barrow, boug!
by S C. C. Richardson for $30; 2C
acres belonging to G. M. Hicks, so]
to S. C. C. Richardson for $225; 1 1<
' of land the property of J. E. Scott e
al. sold to 31. Levi for $194,25; 6(
acres belonging to G. -K Hick
bought by F. J. Pelzer for $1550.0
The Treasurer's sale of d.elinquel
land progressed quietly, and withol
interruption." By far the,greater pa
of the land advertised :was forfelted
flag on the spot where it is said, the
railroad men told them to lay out
streets, etc. Just before the last of
the railroad men . left however, I am
'old that they had the flag 2ken to
Paitola, and planted there, as a more
desirable route and place for depot.
Since writing the above, I see in
your last issue, that "Friday" gives
Pazola credit for the turkey and rice,
but warns you against hurting some
body's feelings by speaking of it. In
what way, or whose feelings he was
afraid of burting I am at a loss to
know, unless it was that the compara
tive hospitality of the two sections,
might hurt the feelings of somebody
on his side. He nromises a better ar
rangement for Summerton next time
bowever. Says they will have the
"substantials, and then pie time." This
will be more in order.
After a more careful consideration
of the matter, the Panolaites have eon
eluded that it might be better for their
section, if the railroad went to Sum
merton, and from there direct to Sum
ter, as it would leave open what is
known as the "big bend of Santee" to
the boat, which would give us a lively
competition, that may redound to our
good. .Summerton will be near enough
for us to take the-train to. travel. S6
we will not feel hurt if the flag is tak
en back to Summerton and the depot
The following Town and County
subscriptions have been received to
%id in purchasing a uniform for the
Vanning Guard, up to date:
Aount per last report............$126 00
W. H. Haynsworth ............... 100
7. J. Ragin........................ 1 100
hos. W ilson..................... 5 0
L. Appelt, walking cane worth...... 2 5';
Total ......................... $14 i
FROM OTHER SOURCES;
Chrough Mr. M. Levi:
Amonut per last report.........$147 00
Charles Goodman & Sons, New York
Fine Oil l ainting ..........$ 40 00
Pulathi Flouring Mills, Baltimore, I
barrel fine lour............... 8 00
Otto F. Weiters, Charleston, 10 eases
choice merchandise............ 75 00
Lerch Brothers,-Baltimore. comubin
ation bridle and martingills.... 5 00
Edel Brothers, Richmond, Va, 200
cigars, extra quality ............ IG 00
A. Laufer. New York. check........ 5 00
Dr. H. Baer, Charleston, box sun
dries ......................... 30 00
Total .........................$320 00
Through Mr. S. Wolkoviskie:
Amount per last report............$ 39 00
Total .........................$ 32 00
Through Mr S. Stern:
A mount per lust report............$ 10 00
Ruekiarber Dros, Charleston, lot of
Fancy cakes.................. 500
Total......................... $15 00
Through J. G. Dinkins & Co:
allard & Koshland, Baltimore, 2
bottles perfumery........... $ 8 00
Total .........................$ 800
Through Mrs. J. A. Burgess:
Blake, Dowell & flelmn, Baltimore 1
dozen Flower Novelty Fans.. ...$ 0 00
ill Brothers, New York, cash... 5 00
Total................. ....$ 1100
Through Mr. S. A. Rigby~
F. W. Wagener.& Co, Charleston, ni
kel show ease with soap...$ 25 00
Total ......................$ 25 00
Through Mr. TU. Wilson;
heek .................... ....$ 10 00
1 .Barrei Ghist.................... 5 00
Total ......................$ 15 00
Grand total........$574 50.
What a truly beautiful world we
live in! Natu're gives us grandeur of
mountains, glens, and oceans, and
thousands of means of enjoyment. We
can desire no better when in perfect
health; but how often do the majori
ty of people feel like giving it up dis
heartened, discouraged and worn out
with disease, when there is no occa
sion for this feeling, as every sufferer
can easily obtain satirsfactory proof,
that Green's August Flower, will make
them free fron. disease, as when born.
Dyspepsia and liver complaint are the
causes of seventy-five per cent. of such
maladies as Billiousness, Indigestion,
Sick Headache, Costiveness, Nervous
Prostration, Dizziness of the Head,
Palpitation of the Heart, and other
distressing symptoms..- Three doses
August Flowcer will'prove its wonder
ful effect. Sample bottles 10 cents.
REPORT CF TOWN COUNCIL
of Manning for Municipal Year be
ginning April 14th 1885, and end'
ing April 12th 1886.
To amount paid over by .for~ner
Council ............... ...$ 253 5C
To amount Barroom and Billiard
License ............---. .... 1,775 7i
Toamount Fnes................189 0
ITo amount License---Market and
To amount License-Shows, Ped
lers, etc..................... 10 5(
To amount License -Horse Dealers 18 (
To amnouint Stre-et 'Tax . ... .... . 11 0(
To atmount Properi~y Tax.. .. . ... . . 328 7
'Z aeount(.Gasolinec sold. .... ....o
Total ....................$2,821 4
By amount paid regular Marshalls.$ 716 0
By amount paid extra Marshalls 3 0
By amont paid for Stationery. 2 7
By amount paid Guard House Ex.
pences....................- 10 1
y amount paid Lamps, Oil, etc 194 2
By amount paid Lumber, Hauling,
R7 amount paid pump, tow, etc... 48 1(
By amount paid Work on staeets
Bzidges, etc ................ . 611 60
By ainount paid Disinfectants. ... 31 59
By armo-rnt paid Managers of 'Ieo
tion .. n.. .................. 900
By amount paid fe: Lands for
Streets, Surveying, etc......... 37 90
By amount paid for Advertising. 12 5(0
By amount paid Jadgment of Jos.
Sprott ...................... 193 43
By amount paid W. K. Bell for Ex
tra Services renderud......... . 125 00
By amount paid J. F. Rthame for
Professional Services in re. Fire
Ordinance .................. 3250
By amount paid J. S. Wilson, Pro
fessional Services in . inre
Ordinance .................. 27 50
By amount paid J. S. Wilson, Clerk 256 80
Total ....................$2,559 25
By amount trned over to Council
1886-7 ....................... 262 19
By order of Council.
JOHN S. WMSON, Clerk.
April 4th, 1887.
Attention Survivors- of the Manning
The survivors of the old Manning
Guard wi!! please attend a meeting of
the Guard to be held at the Court.
-House in Manning, or Monday the
11th of April next. The meeting is
forthe purpose of giving:. epr ession
to the profound regret of the Guards
at the loss of our lameted .-Captain,!
G. Allen Huggins.
J.o. C. BAGtxL
R. M. McKyraIrr, Com'tee.
History of the United States.
One of the most meritorious pro
ductions of the literary world, recent
ly brought before the public, is a Pic
torial history of the United States
written by Hon. Alexander H. Steph
ens, distinguished as one of the most
etminent writers of his day. What the
people of our da;' and country has
;ong ueeded, has been an elaborated
history of the United States. Steph
ens' Pictorial History supplies the
want. It corumences with the discov
ery of America and comes down to
the assassination of President Garfield.
Then an appendix is added by Mr. R.
A. Brock, completing the history to
the present time. It contains 1,000
pages and is elegantly illustrated with
300 steel and wood engravings. The
opportunity is offerred the people of
Clarendon to purchase this valuable
work from the Rev. W. G. Rollins, of
Darlington, a worthy minister, who is
now canvassing the courity. The
greatest men give the book: their un
All persons having claims against the es
tate of FRANCIS E. KNOWLTON, of Clar
endon County, deceased, will pi-esent them
duly attested, and all persons indebted
thereto, will make payment to Robt. A.
Stewart, Esq., Attorney at Law,: Manning,
March 23, 1887. 1mo.
Notice is hereby given, that an election
for Intendant and Wardens, for the town of
Manning. to serve the Municipal year
1887-'88. will be held on the 2d Monday in
April 1887. rolls will open at 8 o'clock A.
M. and close at 4 o'clock P. M. at Sherifrs
By order of Town Council. .
JOHN S. WILSON,iClerk.
March 28th 1887.
NOM o be made. Cut this out
IKAUEIUIand return to us, and we
IVIwill send you free. home
thing of great value ana importance to vou,
that will :tart you in business *bich will
bring you in morte money right iaway than
anything else in the world. Any one can
do thei work anil live at home. Either sex;
all ages. Something new that just coins
money for all workers. We will start you;
caital not needed. This is one of the gen
uiine, important chances of a lifetime.- Those
who are amibitious and enterprising vwill not
delay. Grand outfit free. Address Tauz &
I have opened a first-class Shaving Saloon
at the Enterprise office, and solicit the pat
ronage of the citizens of Manning and comn
Pr:rc'ss---Hair Cutting, 25c.; Shaving, 10c.;
pO' Special attention given to children.
C. C. REDIC,
Maxxsa, S. C.
Examination of Teachi
OFFicE OF SCHOOL COMMIsSIONER.
MAisoG, S. C., March i-2th,.1887.
The regular cxamination of teachers will
be held in the Court Hounse on Friday,
April 1st, 1887. All persons desiring tc
teach in the free schools of this county, and
those teachers whose certifleates gf qualifi
cation have exrnired will please appear be
fore the Board at that time for examination,
as it is probable iaht this will be the only
opportunity given them this year.
P. G. BENBOW.
Sch'l Com'r C. C.
The undersigned respectfully off'ers his
services in this and adjacent co-unties as-a
Land Surveyor, and will faithfully .executi
whatever work may be entrusted to him.
J. E. SCOT T.
Manning, S. C., March 16, 1887.
I Dr HBAER, .
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 &- 13'a
Meeting street, Charleston, fS. C.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Foreigt
and1( Domestic Chemicals, Glatssware
Spices, Brushes, Essential Cils~ Sur
gical Instruments, Perfumery, Faney
Goods, SHOW CASE.S, of all sizes
and all articles usually found in:
First-class Drug House. Prices los
Quick sales and small profits. -
SF. N. Wilson,
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W. A. SINCLAIR, Es.-Dear Sir-In answer to your note of this dat<
asking me what liquor is best for your use, I would say that I now recon
mend the "GOLDEN GRAIN WHISKEY," to all of my patients. I hav
fully tested it, and know it to be perfectly pure, of fine flavor, and altogethE
supeior to any other brand that I have met with.
Yours truly, J. Y. LANE, M.. D.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
S. WOLKOVISKIE, Agt.
The Fimii st Liquors, Segars, and'Tob cco, ispeued a
THE MANNING SALOON, at Charleston Prices.
GROCERIES! GROCERIES GROCERIES
.AL't the Lovmiest P:2riaes.
Candies and Confectioneries.
M R0xaM 1MlxM
Ladies' and Misses' MILLINERY GOODS i
Mrs. Edwards' ISTHE PLACE!
Everything Sold at the Cheapest Prices.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR IT. BE SURE THAT YOU GET 11
Venable's Blue Jeans,
--Made of Finest Old
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P2r Every Plug Guaranteed to Please, or Money willhe Re
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WITH BUTTONWHOLE H"
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IS R. MARSHALL&00O.
STNETAP. HARDWARE MfiCHANTS.
139 MEETNG STREET, Charleston, S. C.
CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS AND COPYRiGHTSI Sole Age its For
Obtained, and all other business in the U. STARKES DIXIE PLOUGHS,
S. Patent Office attended to for MODEiER WATT PLOUGHS,
ATE EESAVERY & SON'S rLOUGB
ASE FE - DOW LAW COTTON PLANTER
Send 3f0DEL OR W IS.Me aD W LANDGAODWRBT~
vise as to patenability free of charge ; and I &ND GUANO DISTRIBUTOR1
we malse No CIAIiE U hLES E . tIron Age Harrows and Cultivators, Roniu
TAIN PATE . Plough Stock, Washburne & Moem's
We refer here to the Postmaster, the Supt. Galvanized Fence Wire, Cham
of Mouey Order Div., and to officials of the pion Mowers and Keapers.
U. S. Patent Office. For circular, advice, AND
terms and references to actual clients in WATSON'S TURPENTINE TOOLS
your own State or County, write to Manufactured in Favetteville, N. C. Eve
C. A. SNOW & CO., Tool absolutely warru.ted and
Opposite Patent Office, WashingtonD. C. if broken will be
Also Dealers In
su n mm"~a AGRICULTURAL STEE
Hoop Iron, Horse and Mule Shoes, W
and Tinware. Coopers wols, Miners
Tools, Cutlery, Guns and Sport
]Fast Line betweenCHALSTON AD P s me ing Articles.
I Coz . ANDUPE-. Prices made on application.
Gors WEST. GOING EAST. MACHINERY
7.20 A. x. Lv. Charleston, S. C. Ar.19.10 P.
8.40 " " Lanes, " 7.45
9.33 "" Snmter, " " ;.42 " O R SA LE
10.40 " A-Columbia, " Lv 5.27
3.02 r. x. "Winnsboro, " "3.48 "
4.19" Chester, " " .45 "dT h o'eo ltno
0.05 4" Yorkville, " "j11.45 AM
7.01 " 1 Larcaster " 7.00 - I am the Agent for the C
5.03 " " mR'k Hill, "" 2.02 P x ebrated
6.15 Charlotte, N. C. " 1.00
12.48SplAr. Ne'-vberry, S. C. iv ..04 P i
2.42 " " Greenwood, "" 1'.44 1 P "
6.30 " "Laurens, " " 9.10.x P G
4.47 " " Anderson, " " 10.22 "
5.35 " " Greenville, " 9.45 "
6.33 Walhalla, " " 8.20 "
4.10 " " Abbeville. . 111.05 "
3.20 " " Spartanburg" " 12.10 P 3
7.10 " Henesrnbr NF7.00&M Boilesr
On 6unday trin,%will leave Charleston,
S. C . 8.,5 A. M.,r arrive Columbia 1.00 P. 4j1)to r s e
.. Returning leaves Columbia 5.27 P. Mf.,Co t n P e s Q
arrives Charleston 9.45 P. ard
Solid Trains between Charleston and Col
uinbia, S. C. Special Parlor Cars attached to Co n M ls
this train between Charleston and Colum
bia. No extra Iharge for sett in thefeo
cars to pansengers holding First Class tces,
F.a' Dxvrsznt Shafting, et(
" en'l ".0 Ag nt
Gen'lsup . ri. All this machinery is dir
.C,8 . avfrom the factor and will be sold
$1v the Factory CPrices. it will
mi WeS. ~ -zto the advantage of purCrasers to
The tOLICe GAZETTE wian e ma lc- on e befure buyi
berely wrapped, to any address in the
Unito States three oingts on receipt of W)
ONE DOLLAR. E I MANNING, S. C.
Liea dsont'' loedtoupmaterFe106, Allths mcinrii
fre1Ades l ordest E oteavnaeo ucaest
-h 1-LI EAETIT wi~l, Ne ma'.acMledy
Unie,ttes fir threey inth vronth cpto f ndFny o
Lieallo persscong alloesc tohostasts
ageecn to Regluste Sandl toped maioterd3 igSre..... hretn
fre.a busiess. ally odrsinrdtedrsmewllre
s. i. HOLLAD on m beponal attiong. ie
Couty.P. . ddrss,1'aolt, . C ISACMNIG S.RYC.
hhumae, 5-- Esseii
Surns, Stitch.6.. I Eef AiS .
Scalds, 'Stifin 1m . ICEw - .
Stings, 3aektehe ao6
Elet 0I8 - .WE10r
Punions, hpavin u.e. -
Corn,, cracs . - 4
THIS COOD OLD STAND-BV
accOmplishes for everYbOdY eOas4ywhat1i4ai10f
fori. Oneof thereasonsforthegreat populadtwr
ihe Eustang LnzalS is fond1 in Its uniMl
The HousewIfe needs it forgenralfamily S.
The CanalerneedsiS forhisteamand his MO
'rhe Mechanic needs It awaYS on 3y 0 ot
The MinerneedsItInesseof emeaRencl...
The Farmer needs It Ia his house 3a.t Stale
and his stock yard.
The Steamboat man erthe Be*s.a5 eed
n in libena supply aotandshore.
The Horse-fancler needs It-it 8 bisb.
riend and safeit reUa
The Steek-grower needs U-It wMStl aan
thousands of dollars anda, worldt Irofb,
The RailroadmanneedsIt adIllned NM
Zongas hislife IsaroundoftaeammaadahesL,
The Bakweedmaa needsft ' 2heris20.
tug like It as an antidote for the danges to l.s
limb and comfort whih 5s0d 9heleS
. The Merchant needs I2about his atom smage
is employees. Acidents will happme and when.
thesecome the Mustang T-ntmet iswanted steaf.
KeepaBottle Isthe Hesse:, 'i*s te Ct
Kee a Bottle In the Faeterf. fts-larni
use in case of accident saves pai and ldas Cwag
Keep a Bottle Always In the 01S
aso whon wanted.
IS OF THE FIRST IMPORTANBE"
In order to purchase DRUGS
and MEDICINPS of the utmost
PurrY and SrTnENGT go to the
Old and Popular storeof
J.G. DINKINS-& O.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIESV
Drugs, Xedicines, and
Paints; Oils,.and Glass.
Fine Cigars and
Just received!I "ZZ"~ Cigar.
The BEST 5 cents Cigars in
Also Duke Cigarettes.
Our stock of Patent Medi
cines is now complete in every
We keep a large stock ofthe
popular family medicine,
Simmons Liver Regelder.
- ~Physicians prescriptions cares
fully compounded by day or night.
J. G. DINKINS & CO.
GRAND, UPRIOM', & SQUAR~r
U, IsT'RrAssED IN
Tone and Durability.
1885-New orlean?s Exzposition-Two Gem8
Medals for Uprighi and square.
1881- Boston (hiass.) Ezpoiion-Pfit
Prize 2.or square Grand.
1878-Paris Exposidonl-For Squaroeand
b, Upright Pianos.
17G-.Phladelphia Centennial--For Sqush,
ct Upright and Grand.
at1 And also over
1I200 FIRST PREMIIUMS
Iat State arzd County Fairs.
Have the eniorsemient ca over 100 different
Colleges and Schools as o taeir durability.
A large assortment o: SecoxN-H..YD Pus
os always on hand. General wholesale
agents for Palace, ..ew England and Ba
Pianos and Organs sold on easy monthly~
aPianos taken in exchange, also thorough
,CHAS. M. STiEFF,
SeTHI PAPR Ei??
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