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THE MArING TMEs.
____ 11:!N ES9.. Y MAY 4, 1887 "
TERMS OF SUBSCRIE1TION:
One Year, in Myance $1.50. or $2.00 at
the Lxpiraion of Six Months.
Advertisements.-Per Square, first in
Eacli subsequent insertion. 50e.
- Contract Advertising at reduced
Dr. J. H. McLaurin, of Wedgfield,
was in to %in Saturday.
Mr. Joseph Sprott, Sr., L-.s been
- r a number of days.
..? M.Frank, cf 76 Coming Street,
is authorized to m!-ke advertising cor
tracts and receive subscriptions for
theTMi.s, in Charleston.
The County Coimnissioners have re- V
plastered the cort room and the jury 1
rooms, which adds much to the ap
pearance of the Court House.
Sam Jones want.- - see a man who
driaks whiskey and never told a lio y
Mrs. Susan Moore 1' the finest
garden in town. She has been eating
headed cabbage for some time.
Vhere are the sign boards Mr. In- v
tendant, which l'ave been made to
mark the streets uf the towz?
The picnic seascn with its unparal
lelled opportunities for the tender de
monstratioans of the heart, has opened. t
We hear of quite a number for this (
and next week.
The students of the Manning Acad
emy will have a picnic next S.turdsv
at the re-sidence of Captain E. R. Plow
den, near Brewiugton.
J. DuPre Alsbrook. editor and pro-'r
prietor of the Bennetsville Chronfi'e, e
spent a few days in town last week.
"Curses like chi,,kens come home
to rootL" Of cou'-se they do. Who
sas they dr.r.'t?The caterpillar roosts
over our door-step every night.
Court convenes Monday the 1Gtb. I
Judge J. B. Kershaw will preside. t
The business of the court will rot con- t
suute more than two days at the far
The removal of the dead and brok- I
en limbs from the shade trees adds
considerably to their appearance. Our
worthy Intendant personally superin- I
tends the work.
Married, - at the home of the bride, (
on Wednesday afternoon the 27th r
instant, Mr. John A. Blackwell, of li
Manning, to Miss Maggie Seymour, N
of Sumter county. The ceremony e
was performed by Rev. C. C. Brown. (
Rev. W. G. Rollins, the energetic
agent of Stephens'History, has finish
ed canvassing this county and gone
to Crangebuirg. He will return in the
fall to deliver the books.
The Mar~ning Trial Justice was en- s
gaged yesterday in hearing a trespass s
case brought by Henry DeLane, col- f
ored, against the employees of Mr. 1). 1
W. Alderman. The employees came e
Miss Regina Setzer, formerly of this
place, now os Newton, Catawba Coun- a
tv N C., will please accept the thanks ~
ofteEditor, frabeautiful invita
tion card to the commencement ex
ercises of the Catawba College, corn- c
mencing the 17th of May. I
What has become of the Eming
Base Ball players. There are those
here who would enjoy witnessing a
battle on the Diamoend occasionally. I
Orgd"'e a club boys, and let's have
some tan these dull days.
All the "returns" from the Calhoun
Monument are about in, but some of 1
them seem to have been pretty bea
"canvassed." It is claimed that they I
were "doctored" in Charleston. I
The Town is cotupletely over-run]
'by useless curs. Several dogs have I
bad hydrophobia already in the upper
part of the State. Gur Town Council
should see to it, that all dogs running
on the streets are securely ntuzzled.
The rin acknowledges with pleas
ure an invitation to a basket picnic on I:
-the 14th instant, given to the employ-t
ees of the Walker, Evans & Cogswell
Company. The invitation is convey
ed on a very tastily designed card.
The Oakland correspondent of the:a
.Necs and Cow-ter says in the May 2nd I
isue: "A majority of the farmers in
this vicinity have finished planting ,
cottoni. -The seasons up to the pres- L
hve been good and if they 1
hruh the har
e musical talent to the|
Manning, than in any I,
~ize in the State. Nearly I
every cont ains a piano or an or-!
gan ndsometime:, both. There are
a few, however, whose pocket like our
"devil's" will not admit of anything
more elaborate than a jewsharp or a
To those of our readers who have
not read the accunt of the unveiling of
the Calhoun Monument, the Tnxs will
be full1 of interest this week. The
first page contains a full account of
the interesting ceremonies, with the!
exception of the Hon. L. Q. C. Lamar'sj
spenoh, which was too lengthy for
even the Tums~.
The Base Ball next Saturday de- I
scribedl by "A Friend" in this issue
promises to be soniething gad
Our invitation is appreciated an.d if
possible "we'll be there." Howev er, if
we can't, it is to be hoped that a friend
or another correspondent ei the Tue
'will furnish our readers with low
Mr. James D. Wecrs, resident of
he Fulou sectio, and one or the oi
st citizeus of the coanut, died at his
i on Tuesday tie 2th of Ap:il.
le was a maul of sterling c ter. ,
ndepontler thought and actiI, and
baracteristics woi for him a 1rge
ortune, and moure than that the hi
st esteera and respect of Lis friits
nd acquantaucQ.. The beau tilU
ribuie paid to 'u Ib our va0t od
orresponden .rgonaut "preCludes
ur saying anythng further.
T h r o u g1 Messrs. C. .
now & Co., patent lawyers at Wash
ugton, a patent has been r itcd to
. D. Sanler, of Eastover, :i. C., forL a
riek kilu, Ud a device for ciarrin
)gs. They were izsued within the
John S. Wilso. sq., has retnrncd
:om a profcssioaI visit to Kin
rhere he has been in attendance as
'eforce in an important case.
Mr. L Price, an engin-pr on the
ca!m road ofiM. C. it. Harvin, receiv
d a severe hurt last Saturday. He
;as under the engine adjusting a part
nisplaced, when it moved (If ciuS.J1U1
s colar bone and bruising his hip.
-s espcape frum ifa1t;W deathl was alt
osi ) SmiratculOUS. He was courVt."
D. W. Alderm's sav: midll
here he received medied actctlon.
e is (oin very well at this writing,
ad is expected to recover.
A liltl e four year old in New York
nreated a ripple by remarking t- ie
eaecer of the Sunday sCLo Class
)ur dog's dead. _1i bet the a..We
ere seared when they saw hian (m
Ag up the walk. HI's awful cross to
Now doth the heart of the lovely
iaden and her gallant beaux beat.
-ladil and all nature smiles back i'i a
apturous elynium. For the time hu
oie, yea, the very time, when the
appy dreamers caln en1joy the quiet
veiug ramble 'neath the foliage of
'e beautiful oaks that aor' the
0s of our town. Our merchants
reading the displeasure of Manning's
vely queens, now close their stores
roulpdy at seven o'clock, and the
ired wear' clerk has rest and recrea
The County' Comnissioners are pro
eetigvigorously the work of re
airing the publie bridges of the
untv. Those on the southern pron
f Black River, have receutly beei
Sut in a :-ost excellent condition
-Lich is a sou.e of much gratilcation
D i ne people. The attention of the
'aImissoners is next directed to the
orthern prong of Black River and a
ke result is expected. Mr. W. W.
ewisan, an experienced workman.,
ontracted for both prongs. The
hairmanfl of tho Board of Commis
ioners informs us that they tind no
.iiculty in letting out the county
ork at the proper rates. This is a
hane whi is due to an Act of the
jt Legzislature lmaking? .t pca
v' for bridge work. The Chairman
avs his Board has not found it ueces
y"~ to borrow the money provided
r in the "SupplyV Bill," to build the
rides. The work, he says, is done
t cash prices and ten percent interest
o oe paid on the money borrowed is
v ed. The ceauty is being managed
n business principd's and we p)redlict
,better state of aih.is. at the end of
he present niaeal year 1880.
Mr. J. 0. Strong, of Cedar Swamp
agured a strange bird on his place a
ew days ago. lie was attracted to.
Sby a fight that was going'- on be
ween it and his dogs. It was about
he size of a large goose, with a neck
nd beak like a duck, and its plumage
fa light blue. Its legs were long'
nd projected straight out from the
ear of its body, and its feet were
webbed. Its legs and feet seen: toP
>e very little use to it on the ground.
s its locomotion was by jumping. It
ought fur'iously and had to be killed
efore it was captured. Mr. S:rong
*ays it screamed like a dying child.
t was very fat and weighed 12
ounds. -County Recerd.
JA Eer Boom.
"Tell me not in? mournfal nubers, ;hat
h town is luli c; glo'om, for the mahn's at
rank who slumbhers mn these bursting days|
f bom. Life is real, lite is earn-st, andi
ne grave is not its goal; every dollar tmat
hu turneth helps to make the old town~
o~l. :: enjoyment, and not sorrow, is our
!estined end of way; if son h~ave no money
orror' --Ly a corner lot each day I Lives
if gt men oft remind us we can win im
nortal fame; let us leave the chumps bebjihd
is, and we'h gyt there just the same, ln this
orld's broad field ol battle, in the Livou.se
if life, let us make the dry bones rattle -
)u a erner lot for 'rife! Let us the:n be
p and dloing, with a heart for any fate;still
chieing and pu-suing, booming early
The Arbiters of Justice.
The following 13 a list of the petit
iry to serve at term of court comn
nencing May 16th, instant.:
T N Lowder, Joseph B Holladay,
Povm Cain, B H Baggett, C IH
~ae J. E. Haley, Lamb iBad ield, Jos
W~ Barr~ow, T L Holladay, W W
odge, N R McKenzie, W 21 You
nan, 'W R Parker, B F Fleming, W
1 Gibbons. J Henry Childers, R R~
Billups, J J Lowder, H S Dollard, G3
S3' aes, J W Childe-s, J J Gibson.
Ne..n Gritiin, J J Geddings, S E In
gram. J S Mitchumn, E D Bruuson, W
D Shorter, C J B Corbet, Irby WV
Hodge, Robt E McF::ddin. A H Mce
Do::', Henry Shorter, J M1 Sprott,
W. J. anderson, J S White.
Simmons ih-er Regulatmr
is what the name indicate s a "iltes'lator" of
that mn"t impo~rtant organ, the Liver. Is
y:,Liver c-t of ordr ? Then is your
whol system deranged, the breath omlensive,
o -.ave headuche, feel langui. dispirited.
a nervous. no appe'tie, sleep is. troubled
neawri -fre'ding. SUi mmns Liver 1;egua
,or re.oeres the heal:thy' ottiMn o1 the' Lie
See that you get t he G3annine, preflared by'
The premises formerly occupte. A
Dr. G.Allen 11uggiuns. Fopatc
rs app' to . Alln Hliuggius, D- 2
Daath of Mr. j. D. Weeks.
FcLa oiw, S.C., My2, 18S7.
Few mn ion Cla.-nd:n County ar<
tian was the ie.1ae-Dixou Wecs
mori'uga of *);0t ulti::no, in thi
Q3rd ye l of ois ae ateprut
of those dutie:. w so pleasant t
himV. whle st:: llini aong his verdhaul
fields <i!Z;Uing 1;ie ealy,.L morning1J',1 T;
blue si.es of 'nutifui 'spring abovc
him, quietly, painiessly, he ieii, ill
the twin;li. 1i f an eve, hli's axie
tts weru L:.d asLie .
'iger touce him and he
' 1w a; a tic1. o . Ci.4 n: its p.iy,
A"L' 'TI thC 'I ~l 1- d
ITLe annOUti" e1t o his death was
received witu profulomld borrow and a
dee) seni of an irpral 1).-;s to
t"(e colomalni. B reasonl of iun::
try, thrift, :pradere with woaer
such proportons as possibly mal:~e
hini tWe wMalhies l m in Ci;renlon.
UiLike iostk men wino Lave been the
archiLtect of ther fortuines, the bureailh
of detractiohas n ever dimweil th
luster or his honestad reciue.
etzig au i n n1 his bu-me
relations. Yet in :l tioe :uut ari ts
and comiple d tealngs with Lhiis ieiow
meu nd e bors he was eropulouIS
ly houest ancd uprigitE. IiIxe in hiN
primip-s, plain and un"a'.a'uningI 11;
iS deaie:mor, si-re iu everv ul ,r
ance, 'aturalli he despised i( a(
V IC:..Y. Wile nevC contribu'ia.
t what I:e deeimed un y objects.
cai sauv can tesiV 1 e v . "
n) means devoid of hat hea enly at
tribute,-"t greatSt, Zf si thI C.
that uantle that coverei a Mul i
tide of sius Such Cuali
ties will .eer survive and rni :
a fragraut uemory. Upon he IC hea-t
of tiote who 'sit Under the s1IahfieW 0
this their geat breveen, ay the
sweet and,'! gCntle Su eti'ons of clu
tianu faith falWith heln wgaead
surceasO of sorrow. On ed esdav
afternoon the funeral services were
conducted l the Rev. --fr. Mood. ir
the presence of a vast co L.c;rse as
sembled to pav to the meuCmi1rv of
James D. Weeks their tri'ute of hi
agVe and respect; theu within the vista
of the scenes he had loved so well.
tenderly he was laid to rsZt 'neath tLe
maonnd which loving hands adorned
and perfumead with the mnost beauti
ful and fragraut flowers of spring.
How diflicul it i i.t to think of one
who has for so long been a useful and
honored figure among us-a
of the county-as dead! Dead ? No.
not dead, for these who inherit the
everlasting pleasures of thecel .Cia!m
home above, and eutnr upnm its glori
-'us and nending life beside the beau
tiful shores of the B'right Forever.
-Teeis no deat~ : T.-at s. :.s so is ra
Tis life of mocrtal breat
Is but a .>u'lr'> -1 t o sin
W'hose poraU we calli ce h."
Base !Biu Plieale, Feltival, lte., at
231:. Eorron :The Panola Base Ball
Club have arranged for a grand pieuieC
Mr. David Levi-has kindly tender
ed the use of his house and grounds
at his Fork Plantation for the purpose.
The Club is (desirous of equiping
themselves v.iU a Pandsime outfit for
the campaign, havng accepced chal
>uges rom On raugburg and other
clubs beyond the limits off the county,
and to assist in accomiplishing this,
their friends and admirers1 hav urged
them to give the above en~trtament
to be conducted in this wise- hr
ing music, with dancing, gentleme'n
alnmission to the Iloor, 25 cents' ladies
free. A sumptuous di'nn-ratsm
flgures for all parties. Aui ice-cami
garden with soda-water, lem"onatde
atnd cake will be dispensed at less
than Charleston prices. The outlook
is brgtfr a delightful time. A
bevy of old Camd~en's fairest daughteis
arrived ini the neighborhood on Fri
day last, and with a full q~uota from
Fulton, Summierton, and Panolam, will
leu-I the magic of their presence and
are eager for the event. This is the
first picuie of tue season; obdurate
papa's anid industrious lovers having
withstood tihe pleading of fair suppli
eams until the c-ompletio~n of cottu
planting; this is now over and their
pent up longings will be given full
scope on this festive occasion.
The p)ublic are cordially invitedi.
Let us all go and assist to have one
handsomely uniformeld Club in the
couaty who wherever they go will re
d leet credit up-on thiemselves, and us.
SrMil:roN, S. C., May 1, 1887.
I feel very grate-ful for the very
high terms in which you speak~ of me.
Let me assure you that your editorial
did not str'ke me ::t all as referringv t
myself; and furthe:rmore that all oj
your correspondents ar-e on the very;
best of terms. When-ever anl opportuuy\
prsnts itself "Fiday" will do you
all the good h. - 'au. Tell Tom tha;
in atll o. his jubilee he must take care
of th a t un;a Jhat Messrs. Lee
Earl andi D'u runer of the Een~ eer De
p.artm enlt of th e E. R. iR., reached thi:
plc on Fida ig iht with their tents
they worke d Laid on Saturday ani
al-c stnutmig out again thismoin
they will reach Sumnter about ne~v
Monday nig'ht. The only tihing iba
worried them here was the absence o
that f-ag to mark the spot for the de
IPlenty os agencies here now, from
! the Sb'e of 11-e "ihen
.u Mal 'up) to hT~ realtb -
4. n )ilv (4 4f(:4t-v. ..oGwe (I j4 4i4f
0!?- (icr your liv'QIii reaeiwed!
Mr. 1 d 0 (10 lth-t ine off
icou havse other good hf'r(Ishre
rop! lcort f(-r -;OU 11uLCi inorc accept
\\ .hiu. -,or 'ontr pI;:ner a very ic
py allI I r.os-p)C1.I1s f:uure. :oid I)(,
di: 1?4, kil :1011. StJ ',(i(!Ll to '
1 * ) * c~r pI i.;* 5,.
W hat ai trullY ba~i world wve
M 'i Nature gii4 uis !io(.etu 4 of
"S" ' 7 1- 110 bett er v.*!1 -1,. 123 pe.il"ect.
1: h lu; but lhowv ofteO (o 'L!c- wajori
ty O peolc.fEAO llkre -'j\in"' it uIp dis
ltd01.'.i?. wIIin 'IV j., no occa
si.o'1 fo.Iu feliugf, . S.ir sufferer!
I.V l)t1ia Sait:."C~r pIro).
0 li'.ACO ilt a, 0 th e
M~ * ~ ~.("osti'. l11(s- Nervous
1''' ~ 'n .45of thc" I
t',P * t~ 1 (' t carC..t, oid1 o0e
I I "I NIi prove~ its.iwo'lv
', ),2bu.ttle.s 10 ecni
"C..riz LLC& a..
of0W. ', t a fens A~
C-7 D: Y:i ' S t i;:.C kt, 1 C.
Miet~nahall Mveln ando
Agr n tor t,- Claon, Clothinlg,
S.LLSIN S.v C.
CIIAR + S. &iON CS.
t'0IBAL RS OF
Sole agen"s, fNor~os teCotrine
brand of: tobacco- L
:t )1-i U.
(1-11-1~ ~~ .12 L (9 . .C
L k'., .
t1 I af ural (irai-a F1%-or, Bright (>jX.'or, an iL-t,.A!1iSf~ a
~'~CiVC~ 1~ I~~et~cl liolesorne as a e'rte t'!tual lus U
ns : Tc(-t ,raie an P-er.ss for KA -:;nly -,se; aiw a s tm.ifua t at",~
.'tiaad of* excc:eriee.
* .&~'T , ,-ar Sir-la nnswer lo your n~ote o~ ii .t
tie \viibat Ii~a r it for v&'ir usp, I w:d s a Y thlat I nJow jCU) Uj
i:ei~itI~'(~~?1,.' -- rUAI H!AN to tis Oi nmv Pave~~.I ~e
tjl~ ~se'iiia:l nw it to be perit'ertly iivre. oi iit ifror, and 0~c~t~
0"'f:Q tO an I c!r 1,Lt!;,l thnat I1 La e iiet Nvih.
Youirs truly, 4-. -7-,. LANvE, .I
T.' i 2 ieAt Ilimrs, Dcgr, udTbae, IS11U:llC( at
IT!E - 7 ---\ G S.ALOO'N, a t 7ar'1" cr~es.
_ F~ L -11 "AllEAilAI Y U G E I
Livn --Mn, a te Cf heap st ri Md
'A- . 2.- 8
c~x~r .- -.
"T" W2""0 n. A"" .3.. L L &CO.,
A so HARDWARE SIE'RCHANTS.
Iv9 3-7Irs Z;TLr. Chiarleston, S. C.
1AVEAS,TRAE AS AP C . Sole Agents For
Li~aine-i, 'nd ll . m s te STRK S DIXIE PLOUGHS,
j. Patent Ol .uetde to f or .. W T PLOUGHs
TS P AVrPTY & SON'S PLOUGIS
Sen d 3i1,,Er ,~ b;'3 10/\0. w a~DOW LAW COTTON PLANTER
~ist as to pateuty' ':- of e-'..e r:~ and D AND GUANO DISTRIBUTORS.
re maale 5i C/L/;I;.' 'VLD':K WE 02- Iron Age Harrows and Cuitivators, Roman
CA /rY PA TE Tl. ttlon Stock, Washburne & Moem's
fov refer hev.- to theota the Supt. Oaivanizod Fence Wire, Ch.an
fMoney Ordtr: Di-:., and try orn-::d. of tne pion Mowers and Keapeis.
U. S. PiactntOi. Fe ruir advice.
erms andl referen,.-s to aculcinsin AND
-onr own S rte r v. vite WATSON'S TURPEINTINE TOOLS
C. A. SNO W & CO., -,Ianuctur-d in Favetterille, N. C. ve
)pposite Patent Oice, WashiCigtonD. C Tool absolutely warranted and
____ if broken will be
TONSORIAL so Dealers In
I have opened a first-class Shaving Saloon -
.t the Enterprisp ofive, atal solicit the pat- AGIUCULTUAL STEE
onage of the citizeii, of !Lanning and coi- Mule Shoe,
unnitv. aut'linware, Coopers tools, Yiners
Pmiei:s--Iair Cutting, 2-e.; Shaving, 10c.; Tools, Cutlery, Gun, and Sport
Sa oin. I V. in-, Articles.
r Special attention g:ven to chiren. rices mae oappct,.
C. C. lLDIC,
MA:%siYG, S. C.
GJuly 7A1RWSG.A R
T o h o PIrnHoe o learen don
-.Meesan Tiwae Cooper tools wlacninerstesas
andl Surveyor, and wvill fitiify exeent T I a utlhe Agnt for the Cel
vPatevrr work may be entrusmatd to aplca
J. F. SCOSA Lebrated
Manning, S. IC. MaTIE. REVOLTING HEAD
.-IM"%V~c,3mo PRATT GIN,
The undesig e especinlIh e ne ilrshi, E 0 o9 n s
erdrves inuL el1 tothis an a ent the
.nired S.tes for twrei faithny on reeamt of
ONE DOLLA.ode s
hatever wiokt mae ent pnstasters
'frts. an clnibs. Sa lJ.le cE. SCOaied
rae. Address till oiik:rs to 11~~f ,0 e s s
n . C Iah 1, K. OX,
SaaIaix SQVA.E. 1; Y C orn LIills
Re gistra tioni No tice. L!li M
I will o t theCourt house (Clerksof
r-e), the firstMonday in r nth. to
]lIow pr~wans con~irig of aesince thLe lat k~Zk
IEted Stat'istr and to attend to ofer t All this m'chinerv is diect
ilical uadnss.from the fiactory and i l' be sold: at
S. P". IIOLLADA. the Factory Prices. It will be
S-,-ne(rvirnv of rwgtistrat: .n, CIlrendon to the adv antage of purchasers to cal'
1'.n 0. ()BhaPnola. S. C. on me before buyingc'.
Dr R O BALR, ES
PRAsTlT o.3 13 NG.
entsa andust.ens Perfuler pie ailed~Ia c M I v
ted. AdrSOs Ao all sizer to Q Q'$
Registlrati onsusal foundcin auleys
F is-l eatts Curt House PrClers lof- O I CI[N O
ce) the firs onay inuev er, nt. Co
low p.;n coin of 'agenethe lst c.2Kn tet.....hretn .C
eIt iYNgSWter &n to ttnKI n resitutd to oter, w ll timahnrisdrect
niiATbusneYs ATLfromni behe factory a~tnt n ri esl ad
onney. P. O. ddresschearfully. sentnomebepolicauyin.
Mtingstree , alson . I Feb. 10,O1887.
Sciatica, Scratches, Contracted
Lumbago, Sprains, Muscles,
Rheumatism, Stains, Eruptions,
Burns, Stitches, Hoof Ail,
Scalds, 'Stiffoint, Screw
Stings, Backache, Worms,
Bites, Galls, Swinney,
Bruises, Sores, Saddle GalL,
Bunions, Spavin Piles.
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The Housewife needs it for generalfamilyna .
The Canaler needs it for his teamsand his me:..
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The Miner needs it In case of emergency.
The Pioneerneedsit-can'tgetalongwithout v.
The Farmer needs It In his house, his stable,
and his stock yard.
The Steamboat man or the Boatman needaO
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The Horse-fancier reeds It-it Is his.bem
friend and safest reliance.
The Stock-grower needs it-it will save him
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The Railroad man needs it and willneed it so
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The Backwoodsman needs i. There isnoth
Inglike It as an antidote for the dangers tolife,
limb and comfort which surround the pioneer.
The Merchant needs it about his store amour
his employees. Accidents will happen, and when
these come the Xuitang Liniment lawanted atonce.
Keep a Bottle in the House. 'Tis the betoz
Keep aBottle in the Factory. Itsmmedbt,
use In case of accident saves pain and loss of wages.
Keep a Bottle Always in the Stable for
se when wanted.
PTJR I TYT
IS iR Tn RST POPTACE."
TI order to purchase DRUGS
a r M E:IN-s of the utmost
n' ITY 0 Rd STRENGTi1 go to the
Old and Popular storeof
D3%T8 AND APOTHECARIES,
Drugs, MXedicines, and
Fainey and Toilet Articles,
Paints. OiJs, and Glass.
Fine Cigars and
Gadnan~ .201Wer Seeds,
Just received! "ZZ" Cigars.
The BEET 5 cents Cigars in
Also Duke Cigarettes.
Our stock of Patent Medi
eines is now complete in every
We keep a large stock of the
pojpular family mecdicilne. .
A .LL COLORS.
Mr Physicians prescriptions care
fully compounded by day or night.
J. G. DINKINS & Co.
GRAND, UPRIGHT, & SQUARE;
Tone and Durability.
[8853-New Orleans Exposition-Two Gold
3Medals for Upright and Square.
i881- Boston (MIass.) Exposition-First
Prize for Square Grand.
1.78-Paris Exposition-For Square and
LS7-Philadelphia Centennial-For Square;
Upright and Grand.
And also over
200 FIRST PREMIUMS
at State and County Fairs.
Eave the endorsement of over 100 different:
olleges and Schools as to their durability.
A large assortment of SECOND-IHAND Pr?N
>s alvways on hand. General wholesale
gents for Palace, New Engand and Bur
Pianos and Organs sold on easy mnonthly
Pianos taken in exchange, also thorough
y~ repiired. Send for I nnstatd Piano or
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,
NeP~per Adlvertl.ang, E reau(10 spruce St.),