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THE iLiANN1G TICII
WE ESDAY, AP 27, 7
TERMS OF SUlllSCltRiGON:
One Year. in Advance $1.50, or S2.60
the Eytpiriot~cn -if Six Months.
Adv-iewnts.- I'r Sq-i.rv. firSt it
Each snbscect insert~Ir.. 50e.
;7ir Crimet. Advernising at reduce
Our happiet citizcuis now are th
Mr. Samuel J. Clark advertises 1i
new Saloon to-day.
T. Moss, the Photographer, has lef
Manning for Georgetown.
Mr. J. J. Bragdon. Trial Justice a
Foreston, was in town Monday.
Mr. W. K. Bell went to Candec
Monday. Ho has not yet retur.ed.
J. S. Wilsonl, Esq., will go to Kings
tree Friday, as referee in an iwport
Dr. A. J. Briggs was among tlc ex
cursionists that tOk the !ain at Man
ning for Charleston Monday eve:g
The cold Mondar sig At was re:nark
able for the time of the year. T,. se:
riously damaged the early corn cr-p
Miss Emma Eichelberger is at hom
again after a protracted absence. Sh<
has been engaged in teaching schoo
at Manville, Sumter County.
Call and have your eves fitted wit!
a pair of Hirschberg's Diamond' Spec
tacles every pair warranted. For sul
by Dinkins & Co.
We are indebted to Cadets I. I
Bagnal, A. H. DoLormen, and W. C
Davis, of the Military Academy, fo:
an invitation to their annual pienie.
Among the visitsrs to the F..ir o
the Guards, were Miss > isard
Graham, Blanding. and Newton, o
Sumter, and Miss Constauce Furman
of Gree -ie.
Messrs. Snow & Co., patent lawyer:
of Washington, report to this ofE.ce
patent granted to W. Seabrook, o
Edisto Island, for an improved buckle
during the last week.
We are reauested to announcc tha
Rev. C. C. Brown will preach in th4
Manning Baptist Church, nxt Sun
day morning and evening, at the usu
At the late examination of te-!chers
but two parties received certificates
Preston Duliant, colored, was x1Tanted
a second grade and Mr. Quintin Law
reoys, of Salem, first grade.
A number from Manning went t(
Charleston on the special train yester
day to witness the unveilig of th(
Calhoun Monument, and hear the
speech of the Hon. L. Q. C. Lamnar.
Through somebody's fault, th<
Charlesion maii on Monday, inciud.
ing the News and Courier, failed t<
reach Manning until that evening
.The Sumter mnail-bagr was put of ai
this depot, and the Manning bag car
ried to S.uiiter.
The loathesome, pestiferous, dread
ful caterpiller has made its appearanet
upon'our streets, and now you hea:
the mournful wvail of the horri'ied
y its too great familiarity bring
their pesky corcases in too close proxi
mity to one's person.
Our town now presents a beautifu
. appanee, robed as it is. in its gree1
livery. The little birds sing nmerrib
in the trees, and the lovely maiden
slush sweetly as they enjoy the even
mng promenade with their gallan
beaux, unmindful of aught but pleas
Yesterday was memorable in th<
history of Charleston. Nearly th<
'whole State ermptied itself into th<
city yesterday. The unveiling of thb
Calhoun Monument and the speech o
Edn. L. Q. C. Tamar, have become
part of the history of Charleston.
A negro orator thus concludes a
account of the death of a colore<
"De las' word he was heard to sai
de las' word he was heard to utter, U
las' word he was heard to speak, 4
las' word he eher pronounced, de las
sydable he eber spoke, de las' idea h<
eber ejaculated-yes, my bredren, di
bery Ias' word he eber was known
breave forth, sound or articulate, wa:
Thfree policemen in Maining WOUk(
militate against the judgment of eve
ry citizen of the towu. Then, hov
can a white ?Marshal be employe<
without first discharging a member o
the present force? We think with th<
signers of that petition, which, by th<
way, contains the name of this writer
thata responsible, intell>: at, indus
trious white man should be appoint
-e a policeman. This is~ not intend
45either, . as any reflection on th<
present marshals, who to all appear
ances discharge their duty apb
and honestly. cpb
On one day of last week, a bird fel
dead in a field on the plaut2gion c
Mr. W. J. DuRant. This bird wa
about the size and skipe of a goose
. with a bill four inches in lerath. I
was most peculiarly marked. It
black head was set off by the tw
-vhite bands which eneireled i!.s neel!
The back of this bird was strived wit]
white and black feathers wilich wer
-covered with small white spots. Tt
breast was pure white, with wing
like those of a duck. It bad shor
legs with large web feet which we
situated very near to his tail. Tb
tail feathers'of this bird3 were ao
two inches in length.-VU'/.n
for R: '1Y
The prmiscs formony Ci' .
:Dr. G.."enl Hl-igis orpri
!ars a p yO t . . U g; i . .
Thte T Ithis we Teiso
the Serate." 10y S!:dr uino i
reply to C i dan :,r
'cmen's Contrac-s ; San Jaci.> r
the .niesr fteDni~
ton aove. S d a - ::ui L
H e a r t oA c TIe I r -at -
all on I stp O f t
*ez ' C-. 1b"i OO" I (ll S, A e 7V' .,
t11 s iA i'- PyiI r: and t:e v-'*
t of a m of our exchauge;. .I'! se
(nd o . atter make the To:
worth r, ding. AUl of it is soi i
structive reading and ioholy's 1ime
nickel tori-s bul t tcrt::inngui:<r
for aU or-.eit unt I .
It has reahed tis oftie ibat :
-aticle :n the *" r ee,
theSmmro vs. .Pano! talrad
ha ben cns tr a as a r :
- Iu COr. a Zm
*,hrows i' bne in ! 1.1
iTat coju~n Yr :; o ly!wn l
tings I n the vorl i t*,:: l': c" a e'>).,.
From this standpoint the ,r(i
of the writer is too clear t) anut (I
sluch n'terpret tio. The mo-t
cares rcaer ,nust see 1bat t';
wordIls "ipor.mt persnage " ud
somuebody, are mitenlead in 1'eh
wav to deseribe tbe feel s o &t -
F 1tor cu leamiug ti:tt lo (an Off c
"Soebodv." We take pleasure In
vices tl1s plper ;"re to) y ap
preciatea. apar: oi the re.-t. and
* t.* -m etertaned for* nim 's n n
dividua:, for th editor to, m a
t subject o' ridicule. Ba ! th ide
,o0 as5urd to) e:tArtain. We not
with regret Fiday's declared intle
tion to abaunon his positior ou the
staff of correspondece of the Tarrs.
We earnestly hope he will not forsakc
Cn1.LE.TON, April 2E3rd, 1 T.
'i:r. Whilc spendtAilg an hour of
,iFsare in the rcadiug room of th e
Pavillon Hotel on yesterday. I chane
ed upon a copy of y'our sightly pa
per. In pe-rusing it. I was (siroUso(f
tnir inf:: ation as t) th1e bus -
olac lile 31iAn co'.al a n rd o
Landsme at sheeL :. thC n:,a
ue'"uch A a place .. for buu'ses
appe"rs that v'oa ha-:e no' me~rebants,
'for your paper snow~s on~ y on drugl
s'tore, one lady mnerchaut, and ore:
adVvrtise1ems. Have you any Lote'
WXe can t conceive how yourh Lr
chans--3 youl have any--a centera
'themselves with obscurity andeth
. c ?rI. ow m'any stores love vou
CaLn a [ive~ man woblee npit
ers ink., M a good penigfo. h
.general merc~:andise business in
in Max.:g? DLo let us know.
It is Lard from a iournaistic siand
-point to am.wer ti:s query. l aer
Sare about six merchants in Manning.
They phtd along, sdll their goods to a
plca'ing buyer sometim'es, and on~ce
in a while are able to sell a bill for
the cash. These merchants, though3
apparen. y prospering, are doin
very lhule for their town, and mucho
the trade, the cash trade, fiuds a more
inviting market elsewhere. Notwih
standing the town has two live papers,
th at are working with mi1ght and tuni
1for the im >ro'enment of the olatCe, veC
the merchants together do not contrib
ate $250 a year to both o'pers. Spim
ter merchauts are making u'n of the1
medium spurned by our home trades
men to invite the people of Clareuno
to trade there. The effet of this~ is
Snoticeable in the trade of the town,
and yet our merchants are not tring i~
'to check it. They go along, gi d,.
easy meu as if the world was ther's'
and all else to boot.
"Enquirer" cannot learn much of
Ithe condition of this county by~ an ex
Iamination of its ad1vertimg columons.
He must comle here a 2d see for him
-The folow~ing obi nuary will appnear
int the S~autiera (. rjic '''eA
- ext wek
Un S A Cz H-a. wast boni
1 v and benevolent ~ace i di:-td.i
fami3bility, dignity, and' excellence.'
eo tinglhis opinions on' all poidea''ad
m noral issues, L..d batcling' earnestlyo
the side of ids ow~n n oon ~d convic
tus.,e temperauCt. causeC fouud
b w ono bl:.d' stonrdy ;vt helpabu
w . :- -: tin of inhe lam:n:.
Sui in 2~. to w iV : a
N '" att (he ito the dtsv of h s
- i:: was r(il'inz. but waIs
m otedlaueof the) State. The11
s' re.1 1 cel.d tery of 'V: i f s X.;w
oa i9l wD. el i)
: I' i C', 7 I 've1- _1 :
en lan of ansCit, us i 0-ou ri,
e si tt e . u of
.%. A. lip1 e, dm nh
, 1; . .%i . .
oc a-pm a ng~n vie r'bOb u
%-)0, of GL* -. :::, to be C - -::! at
I.n~ -a:i , -e ' p :, . I n.
'Au 0:; A1 t s
10r : -i ' 'r ' t- .: i 0 cd
Int ice rj td t i.
-::0. . ' ims , n. Zer, C : ' a -
hestOc !nao Deeds o'
e' -r or " u: 1A ia.
You e au re: .t n i ip
: -n p''Ions tn ( loed Len
i-ri f' ''e i ' I s :n
he quotac asi:..ne a As b;'be' t-pub-f
in uaiv rsen ev-d a
)!I 1t'men1ts as.- :uch as .*,,- w !as Moeb
be ipub:len Pridets'ro'ln Gr: t
0Arz:ar. ' 1n ("cnCl1n this
Ile ~ ~ , Q . ),,
*tter, let lIe say r?tnr .t onn
1' rc.r '. ' 3l ovr t e
*egra o be theO b t. ting fOr
he Negro. We must put the wveare
If thc rae beforc the u 1CCess 01 an1
IENOLJUTIc:NS o. r P~'!.
At a n- eting oi the survivors of the
fannin Ut1ard C"o C.,) ?'"inpto
.pril lit', 1857, the following pre
uMble -and resolu''ous were adoptedl
e.:o -:om al g s u 1: :0 t- G. A i.
Egnsa-i whe)as it 3s porop.LrI t*_..t- we.
vpr epre km- to our es:.' m of Li 1n1y
7' o ' : T' "'at w ': we bo I in h u
'1ar i bn st a fr i:t. it:E nd1:<
ou: o? .wre'..n L. uwn ot ..nnin
';vCrs be ext ode 1 t i f.:umii' in :heir lie
One of the imo.i meritorious pro
ybrou"nt C('Iore' ('' puu'IT' I a
hritten hy Hion. Ale::ader H.I Stph
-udistnuishcd as one of' theC most
nunetrint wrIitera of his~ day WiLcth
".mnln of our dar :: u rounr 1 a
on's neededd has been "" elabrote
'istr of th" 1e 'Unifed Sitcts Steph
ms' Picorial I""story supplcs th
Vant. It cmmenCt "s w"ith the. d's"ov
:-ry ' ofcAmeca and COm~es down to)
be assass'n"tion of Pridn~t' G a4ield.
i'iseni n 'appen i: is added ' y .I . ' .
' 1. P (ok )omleting the. 1 iserv to
:h pr.Tu t. Itc- an #
p aes "''d is elegantly iilustrate with
IO t)e nd wood engravings. T1e
Vpout is ttIedt the peop1' of
'iare"ninn to pur'chuse this valiuable
work itrom th:e 1:e'. W. G. i'olinus, of
Dalig"n a worth;' t:ilcister, who is
now euvsingS$"~ the county'. Tihe
re-ties me " rev the book thou in-I
IL uih??ct en'dorsemetnt.
A P'CDiAxNS i:::1'lE:TYONS.
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n T.': ::.~ i. ' Wea- DOW L. CT0T0; PLANTER
vis,: as :o at 1n;:'>;1)' ;-r. Ifc aR m ;,go S
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Oopcite Iatent 0X:x, WasliigtonD. C. :t. .
q 1 Tns5si 5rhd 6L
I have openeli; first-class Shaving Saloon c~n'X J~)V'1
-t Enterprise 'Vo, a iis -ft th t- STEE
ron' of tie citizo:; of Manni' ng " ]l.n. : T .J Sn- (-, :
PuE -liir Cuttiug. ?cle;SE in:10.
P."saar; I t1 - . IizT s -. in Su-n port
S i . :r 'e
i C. t chil' n
M:.:.NIG, S. C.
L~12fl2YP'AGRICOULTUR AS L S
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nT :, v y rn- i npt
-- cmitLrPdrc::.I oteas a s aT,
Lind Suirve-yor, anidjl "1I.iithfai!y Exce,_nte I am 1he" Acgu:1t It)1* 11c Cel
J. . SCOTT.
I r M-niina g. C., r.~h:u -c PD,' OLVIG l
UliV.O' jETIE ' '
-Oe- R T GI''.
n igne r t ini v o i
eces nthaa s and a nll djce tcm
J. K. Fox,
:J1nng N''C,:JaN .0u . OLVIN HEAD
r oe wr:p-, o :my in :- n tho
-Unted Staes -cn vr-- sti~ n ceit o f- e
L e iv nu' t, A. i machinerl is direc .
ee.s. frow the and wil be soldoe a'
S CI.in . OA . .*
the 1-z - r ries. I w-ill b
I t will .eito tha taet C t:(ik'ooasf-rs to cal
flee),~~or the irst Monayinevry moth t
ceIal, 1busitnesld..S.fro"mc thefator and wilhefola
ho e. P..ad , _ns. 1:, . &. 3 S. C.
Mdeeting str-A, CitmrlcsWo, S. C. 1Feb. 10. 13S7.
De-'ler' i D'u"-, Med-~icineas, Forinn ___
* nn I . rmn once:- . , - . ~ N]swarye
"pce. 'si:1, Cen)iEl &,(DO,
.zi.l.ndu.harlcid ery,, S.C
Go d , E -'-i C .!2 oil' al :'. :,
-ct.aDa M ., .ie s lu'; LO-S C A.E L & CO,
Sciatica, Scratches. Conracte&
Inmhago, Sprains, Enscles,
Rheumatism Stains Eruptionsa
Burns, Sititches, Hoof As -
Scalds, stiffToiut, Screw
Stings, Backache, WMar
Bites, Galls, Swinnsy,
Bruises, Sores, 9adGa04
Bunions, Spavin Piles.
THIS COOD OLD STAND-tY
accomplishes for everybodyexactlywbatisclaimed
forit. Oneofthoreasonsforthe greatpopulaityot
the Eustang Liniment is fouints universal
The Lumberman needs It in caseof acdent
The Housewife needs it for gnnanme .
The Canaler needs It for his teamsSnd hismen.
'he Mechanic need" It always on hs wek
The Miner needs It In ca of mergecy.
The Pioneer needslt-can'tgetalongwthoutil
The Farmer needs It In his house, his sta0
and his stock yard.
The Steamboat man or the Boatman ned
It In liberal supply affoatand ashore.
The Horse-fancier needs It-It Is hisJest
friend and safest reliance.
The Stock-grower needs It-It will save hi
thousands of dollars and a world of trouble.
The Railroad man needs It and wiRineed It W
long as his life is around of accidentaanddanges.
The Backwoodsman needsit. TherisUotk-.
Ing like It as an antidote for the dangers to IMP
limb and comfort which surround the pinan
The Merchant needs Itabout his storeame
his employees. Accidents will happen. and whom
these come the Eustang Liniment Iswanted atoo
Keepa Bottle Inthe House. 'Tlsths bester
Keep a Bottle in the Factory. ItsindI*
use In case of accident saves pain and lossOf wagem
Keep a Bottle Always in the Stable fo
use when wanted.
3P1 U JR. I T T
8GF TE FlPST I OR M0E'
U1 orderbC to purchase DRmas
and MI!maIS of the utmost
PL "UTY and S'RENGITU gO to the
Old and Popular sore of
lJliINS & CO.,
DEH iSTS AND APQOTNERCES
Drugs, Medicines, and
F 'ancy and Toilet Articles,.
Pants, Oils and Glass..
Fire Cigars and
rd~ceni and Flower Seeds~
Just received! "ZZ"C~igara.
The BEST 5 cents Cigars in.
Also Duke Cigarettes.
Our stock Qf Patent Medi.
cee is now complete in every
We keep a large stock of the
p1opular famtily med icine,
& Physicians prescraiptions care
fully compounded by day or night
JG. DINKINS & CQ.
1885-New Orleans Exposition-Two Gold
Metadstfor Upright an Iqae
Prize for Square Grand.
1878-Paris Exspoition--For Square and -
1870-PhilI'lelphia Centennial-For Square,.
Up:ight and Grand.
And also over
200O FIRST PREMIUMS
at State and County Fairs.
H~ave the endorsement of over 100 different.
Collegecs and Schools as to their durability.
A laree assortmnent of SECOND-HAND P'wN
(os alwiys on hand. General wholesale
agnts for Palace, New Engand and Bur-.
Pia~nos and Organs sold on easy monthly
Piaos taken in exchange, also thorough-..
ly repaire-d. Stena. for Ilastr-.ted Piano or.
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,
ThIS PAPE ROWI" C2
wsme .idvertisIng BureaS(l0 Spruce St.),