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THE 1WNING TIES.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 11. 2037.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One Year, in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 at
Lhe Erpiration of Six Months.
Advertisements.-Per Square, first in
Each subsequent insertion. 50z.
p7W Contract Advertising at reduced
Hon. E. R. Plowden, Jr,, has been
The Best! "The Manning Guards"
Cigar, 5 cents, at Dinkins & Co's.
A few more lamps on Dinkins Street
is the request of a number of citizens.
M. C. Galluchat, Esq., of Atlanta.
is still kept in Manning by the illness
of his brother.
Jos. Galluchat, Esq., is e.uremely
ill. His physician has little hope of
Mr. Joseph Sprott, Sr., has recov
ered from his severe illness mention
ed last week.
It is reported that the bail stormi
Sunday was terrific in the neighbor
hood of Summerton.
Dr. S. C. C. Richardson spent sev
eral days last week with his sister,
Mrs. Colclough of Sumter.
A delightful smoke; "The Manning
Guards" 5 cents Cigar at Dinkins &
Major P. G. Benbow gathered his
first mess of Irish potatoes from his
garden Monday. Who can beat it?
One of the distinguished Esenlan
ians of Manning. preseribes calornel
for rats. He says it kills every time.
The Grove Academy scholars will
have a picnic next Friday at the resi
deuce of Mr. J. T. Harvin's in the
Hamilton Levi Dennis, having been
adjudged inshne, was conveyed to the
Asylum last Saturday by Sheriff H.
The three widowers have prepared
a piece of rhetoric worthy of admira
tion. It is to be used to plead their
Cadet W. C. Davis, of the Military
Academy, came home last week on a
ten days furlough. It was granted on
account of sickness.
"The Manning Guard Cigar," the
best 5 cent Cigar in town, at Dinkins
Lost between Manning and Tele
graph road, May 6th, Black Lace Cape.
Reward will be paid by Major P. G.
Benbow, or Mr. W. W. Benbow.
'This county has been visited by two
severe . hail storms within the last
week. In certain sections the dam
age to crops has been considerable.
The Academy picnic came of Fri
day instead-of Saturday as published
in last week's Tnrs. The scholars
and their guests declare they spent a
Mr. Walter L. Burgess has gone to
Bennettsville, where he has accepted a
place on the Bennettsville Chronicle.
He is a good printer, honest and in
dustrious in thie discharge of his du
Dr. I.M. Woods while on avisit to
Mnning last week gave a flattering
secount of the farming prospects for
the Salem section for the present year.
The staple and serial crops are both
up and growing.
The dull season does not deter the
commercial gentlemen from coming
to Manning. A number have been in
town in the last few days. Among'
them we noted the genial face of Mr.
J. H. Kaufman, the popular drummer
of the Messrs. Claussen,of Charleston,
We learn from a number of sources
that the Base Ball picnic, in the Pan
ola country, near D. Levi's store, was
all that its most sanguine friends de
sired. The sum of $26,50 was realiz
ed besides a most pleasant day was at
forded all who were present. Man
ning was represented by Messrs. Levi,
Bonham, and Barfield.
Mrs. Anni> F. Caldwell, relect of
'Mr. James M1. Caldwell, died labt
Monday morning, at the residence of
her son-in-law Major R. R. Briggs, in
Summerton. Mrs. Caldwell was
about 70 years old.
Canary Bird Seed for sale at Din
kins & Co's. Ten cents per pound.
Texas ponies are in mild language.
devilish creatures. One belonging to
Mr. W. K. Bell create sensation the
e rcning , - down street
d~o inracing after
He ended hi aad race at the
stable, where he slipped and!
Those who witnessed the runa
way espected that the pony was killed.
But no such good luck, he regained
is feet in a moment looking as wick-!
ed as ever.
William E. Morris, of Salem, was
committed to jail Saturday by justice,
Thompson, on an affidavit of Robert
Conyers, charging him with perjury.~
It is remembered that Cony-ers was
convicted at the last term of the court
for selling whiskey without a license.
Morris was the principal witness and
it was through him that Conyers was
convicted. The latter has now pros
ecuted Morris for swearing falsely on
A handsome Puff Box given away,
with every Box of Gossamer for the
complexion. 25 cents at Diukins &
It is a beautiful idea adopted b)
the Methodist Conference, setting
apart one Sunday annually to be de
voted to the children of the church.
On this day the pastors of the church
es prepare sermons and services es
pecially for the purpose of entertain
ing and instructing the younger mem
bers of their congregations, and heneE
the da3 VJ called "Children's Day.'
Where s idea came from we do not
krow. It has met with general favoi
and now "Children's Day" is an occa
sion of great moment in the ietho
All Methodists and Methodist
children know that next Sunday is
the day for this year. - It will be ap
propriately observed in Manning
Sunday morning, Rev. Mr. 'Mood will
preach a sermon devoted to the
children, and in the afternoon a child
ren's mass meeiing will be held to
which all the oing people are invited.
Besides an address from the Pastor,
there will probably be addresses from
other sreakersto h. -4hildren, The ef
f ct of this is apparent. A chil1
prominent in Sunday school and1
church is pretty sure to continue so
through life. And it is seldom the
case that a bad man was a active
church-goer in his youth. To these
services the older heads of the cowi
munity are invited too. Sundar even
ng service vill be held In w
Methodist church. Rev. _ir. Mood
is to preach and it is very likely his
theme will be a discourse to the child
. Malicious Sneak Writes an Avdacious
Letter to the Intendant of 3Ianiing.
CirixNDoN S. C.
W. K. Bell
Dear Sir. We presume that you pre
er Negro Policewen to wtiue mCn.
0OU had better reconsider tiu w r
'0ou has caused a great iudiguation by
that. act excluding five wbhite appi
-ants or the persition of policcIieen
oud respectable white men. You,
Ire spoted4 and it would be to my sur
>rise if You dout reconside this matter
ou will be done like Peter Lemon the
Radical you can guess what became
>f him. for instance Biger. but only
von will be done ten times worse.
vou my think this is talk but vou look
)ut this is w/dy to to warn ypu of /o)ur
nisdae vou had better put two white
uen there than to loose yopr life
Vhich YoU will do if this matter is not
econsidered you have know Idia
vhat a feeling there is inexzistance
ibout this matter. we are no R:tdicals
e are Democrats Sworn to Stick to
ach other We do not know what vour
politicks are but if this thiun is not
recnsidered your life will be indanger
ve do not ask any body any diffrance
ve expect to execute what ve proi
st. but by a change of Policemeu this
thing will be dropt I am Your friend
of this County
Mr. WV. K. Bell's Opinion of the Aniony
3mANING, S. (3., May 1SS7.
Mit. Eirrn: I hand you for publi
yation a communication which was re
:eived by me through our post otlice
some time since. It is a singular pro
lution. The "back hand" was an
ibortive effort, and 'the councilling
vithin the den concealed" did net "all
mred keep save from the plighted
These would-be assassins-there be
ing some of council-will not relish
this reading, hut unpalatable as it may
prove I furnish it:
The intimidation effort is the result
:f disappointment, a failure to control
even a marshalship. MIy past several
administrations of municipal affairs
were so ably supported by my associ
ates in Council, and the marshals we
employed so well and so faithfully dis
:barged their duties, that the effoit
to get up opposition and break me
down was such an utter failure that it
was abandoned before the issue was
tried. I have the endorsement, unso
licited, unqualitied, and hearty, of the
prominent and best citizens of the
rown. 3My experience, my judgment,
md my estimate of character are used
ad exercised carefully and thought
ully for the best interests of the Town.
t has long been known, and I do not
now say it in the least deference to
the would-be assassinis, that myself
and associate Councilmen during the
past administrations, and in the one
just entered upon, desired and prefer
ed that at least one of the two police
men he a good white man. In the
past we have tried white men, and the
several who proved eticeient we could
not retain. MIr. LaFayette Logau,
than whom no better marshal could
be had, is of the number who could
not be kept on the force. Could one
o qualified in all respects be had
there is not a member of the present
Council who would not be pleased to
give him the place. But so long as I
am Intendant no one will be put on
the force by my vote, even if I esteem
him as honorable and as good a man
as I regard M1r. Calvin White, if in my
judgment the intercsa of the Town
renders it my Outy to reject his appli
cation. Now the sort of man who
styles himself my "friend of this Coun
ty"-wou ld never be put on the force
by my vote, lHe is not the sort to
keep faithful watch and guard the
Town. Assassins are cowards; would
be assassins are not men of honorable
action. An assassin would set tire to
the stores and in the confusion plun
der and sack. An assassin is a low,
mean, contemptible, bad man, and a
would-be assassin should be ever kepnt
under watch, and at the proper mo
ment righteously dealt with. Sur-ely
none of the good men of our Town
knew in whose company they were
when they joined in tue late petition.
It is that they may to somec extent
sulicient for the ~ood of the Town
learn by this publication that their in
terest is safer uuder the charge and
dirction of those who serve~ ti emn
from no sehiish purpose. than it woo
e in thm kenga f the "we" and
thei.r earnest supporters.
W. K. B1ru.,
PANOLA BASE BALL PICNIC.
"MR. EDnTito:-Having had the
pleas.-re of being presena at the pic
nic given on Saturday last at the- old
"Caidwell House," near Mr. David
Levi's stre, for the benefit of the
Panola Base Ball Club, I will nmke an
Cilort, which, howuver, I am afraid
wil1 be but feeble, to give you a short
account of Ib occasion.
This picuic was one out of many,
that is, the one picnic of the many
that I have attended, where nature,
acting in concert with the gay and
Iestive picniekers, proclaimed and or
daied L glorious day. It was truly
a ilue, ricu, lucious :iay when every
thiUg teipted even the must indolent,
or eveni the must industrious to lay
aside their business cares for the
fresb air and tile wide freedom of a
pieniC. From1 early morn, veaictes of
all kinds and de._eripiou, began to ar
rive and deposit tueir Inppy and
smiling freigi at the rendzvo us. o
see all those briglt faces, to Lear ali
those pleasant vices, one would have
toug"ht tan t no Sorrow exisLted oil te
ealth to :Sadden1 tile s.-s and daugu
ters Of l(al, aId ''I( dav u[ that iuig
l oked iur u onia L!ad. at lst aived.
I will not attn tO g'ive you a de
scription of tie nany and varied
sources of pleasure that tue occasion
oflered, aId indul'ged in by tile pic
nickers as bia-t suited their inclinatiou
and taste; sulice to say that daucing
was the priuCiipe amusement of
the day; that ice cream and ice cold
lemon:tdN were soli ou tLe rounds;
th.at an ui*ULsu:ily Ule picnic dinler
was served, at tue smail charge of
twenmv-tve cents. All too sOoU the
nighLt stole 01:. and tule day camne to
an1 end iAr L' al ; and o ole of the
miost enj''\ bi picuie s nothin.g was
left but emi l' y plates ald paus and
fIragmenis o ood, tern and soiled
:owns a few dre Ins, and perlhaps
some re-rets. Amou those preI
Iroim witout the County, and who
added mu iich to the1 cnjuvent of the
occasion, were Mrs. Caiev and her
two chariming and Iaccomplished
daughters, of Canuden, iiss Rembert
of Sumter County Mrs. ida Hender
son, of Spartauburg, 3r. Cantev, of
Camden and Mr. Durham of Green
ville. I am informed that the net
proceeds of the pienic will reach be
tween twentv-iive and thirty dollars.
This money will be used to uniformn
the Panola Ba-e Ball Club. As usual
I ihe success of this pienic is in a great
measure due to Capt. D. W. Brailsford,
whose efforts on such occasions are
Mr. C. C. ReCiic has been chosen
color-bearer of the 'Manning Guards.
On receiving the flag iroll the Captain
he made a neat ittle speech, thauking
the company for the honor and de
carling that if ever called to the field
of battle he would "wave the fiag un
til shot down." We hope he will
never have to prove his words-that
he may never be shot down nor brok
en up,~but that he may' live long ano
prosper and do bravely on dress par
Notae to Creditors.
THE STAg OF SOUT E CA.)LINA,
Co'r:N or CL.aENI)N.
Notic. is hereby givtn that all persons
hauving clinas aig.azt the estate of' Susanna
Con vers. decese.-, will present them duly
atte sted, and all persons indebted to Naid es
tate will make pamn to
To The Peopleeof Giarendon:
I am the Agent for the Cel
PRA TT. GIN.
SAll this mnachinery is direct
from the factory and will be sold at
the Factory Pics. It will be
to the adivantag.e of purebasers to call
on inme r-ora bi'n.
WL 8CTi HAP.VN'
Feb. 10, 1887.
The POLICE GAZETTE will be mailed,
scurely wrapped, to any address in the
United States for three months on receipt of
i VP lAIEiD K. ii)X.
l'aj:<u Sm:.'m:. \ Y
Stoves si pped 11rain f:etrV meiznamn ;
- A 1 T 15. No- 7 Cook Stove
fo S.,on 1~>:.17, w~ e i' b. A -1:.:
lop $S. Nc.. S Czik Sluv for $12. oven
17:1:, weight.2 i b i . II rmnteed to gi'e
olerfect sathj tion
J. ). EAT iERREE, Chter. S. C.
"T." NN UR 1A.
THiE B E ST
5 Cent Cia
1 T o N-.
J. G DINK.FINS & CO.,
IG OF THE-, I- G OLD '-1OR1tTAR1 .1
INSURALNCE AGEN T
M1ANNING, S. C.
T E ARTTST.
iI have ope ned~l a ts-casShaving Sailoon
at te Entirr SC .C alice ln soli.cit *.he, paIt
rmeof the citizens Of .Ianninig and co',
i ;.s-I r Cuttig. 25c.; Shaing 10.
gemsnend :.tntin gvento chIildren.
J.LDsso, S. C.
Noie iso heb ive ha ong thelthir
day ofW any~~~ 187 Ic will appl t tet Pote
Judge8~ of tCarn CI7fSouty fornn an cfinds
Wec acceased. vn o hidrn
Lyi . lich.
April 11th. 18 C.
I Other'. cmivb v hahatrom te third om
pldeea of Cirno-n Cont fh e ae ma in. A s
in yoro- ane:ure ou h rat e ofnt. Ev1
:nach dceaWMi-''ic a A.
C. A. WOD:COPA L. -c
Apri North. 1uST.,PiaephPa
POecLYu $20 !
OTher "~~ welko fo i n o A. c'orth
Streea. ore P.12ter .i 2al leh:I. A.-ms,
h "l m Th~tl I '. G . D i IS X of..oo'.
2..NNG Y.Ca etfrhsEAkrt
ed 1 iuna peaes :d y.;as .
Thc Glsese ibe Cgreaesinennev
17r ru t e--4 we.i i . . Jj a hprofle Pn
Prt fherte lYovr h:eyes oint
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"THE P1UREl PRODUCT O3F TIlE C'HOCEST GRaIN, CAIEFULLY i
i selected fresh frol the harvest, and distilIed by an iproved process. I
Rich adl(i Natur : hr; or, Bright Color, and smooth, Relsbsome Taste,
preserved in perfection. Wholesome as a bvrage, efectu:d as a tome, in
fallibler vs a 'storatire, and peeriess fr Family usc; always umiorm at tLe
standard of excelIlce.
NO. 10:1 EAST-781H S T
NEW YOiK, OcTWIEz bTlr, 1S6G.
W. A. SINCL.UR, Eso.-Dear Sir-In answer to your note of this date.
.sLing m what liqior is best for Vou-r use, I would say that I now recom
inend the "GOLDEN GRAIN Wli'Y," to all of my patients. I have
Fully tested it. and k now it to be Perfectly pure, ol tie flavor, and altogether
superior to any other brand that I have met with.
Yours truly, J. R. LANE, 31. D.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
MANNM, S. C.
The Finest Liquors, Segars, in Tblcco), Dsen~sed at I
FlE ANN IN SA LOON, at Charleston ices. C
GIROCT1 -1 G S IRTE
GROCERIES! aacesR GROCER
Candies and Confectioneries.
Ladies' and Misses' MILLINERY G O ODS in
M rs Edws CS THE PLAC E!
Everythin g Sold at the Cheapest Prices.
10 BUDEi F if, BELSURE U.T YOU 0 TIL.
Venable's Blu Jeans
---Made of Fies Od
~ Every P~iug Guaranteed ti 'iease. or Mon willbe Re
funded. For 1 ale byMosesevi,
. (ymnn',ed X.nc 0lt. (
TIIAINSu1N~ s iSOU,'
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Leave K%:ingsree. ... .. .. .. ... 7 '07 P. 2t.
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No. 6. N o. 2 7.
t' No. -7. l Yo. 4. Od No. 45.
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Lav r.Grec 3 A. . 10 A. M. 9 S G
Arrive a n............ 4 " 10 21 " 5 , )
No . 6; 21at; Fio--cnee wi~tri from1 Vadesboro and all points on C A D and
Ni. -vv, lac-;tnini d,-:v r candav , Gnd N . . ano ron to Columbia
V. ran.i , a m I 'S at,1 d arvi n, u n o a 5 'A A. p. No. 4 leaves Charleston .4nda:
oni at A .. M. .-ivir :u Coluaipla 1 .. Y
N.O.Z. 15. L: %M1 :27 n c cm.n;ect.uN . at As :lv Janction - C. & S. M R. for Savan".
Nos. 7s, an.1 15 11 ol:1 id toVilmiiMtofl N. C.,. makin- econ.e connection wi111 T.
W. 1.. it . for NofI7)k. ihon, 1"'t in Zttn, 1A"ttlimore, Philadelphia, New
York I :,7. oid s No. Od o 5
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RegistrationNotOC. S. ERCI..NTS
1No. Mi ETI'.G..ve.L CharlestonyS.C.
vwill be atte Court Honse (Clmik's 55 Sole Orents For
flee), the firt aMonay in every month, to wiTtUIhE' & .RE PL R UC anS,
a low perss coming of age since the last j VATT PLOUGHS,
Nos 78 an11 r n ARY to WiONnSon N.O -.. maigcls onet1nwtSW.
election tO Rtegister and to attend to othurAVR 'SOSPLGS
OL ~DOW. LAW C0(Y_'1ON PLANTER
offical buies ANT) GUANO DISTRIBUTORS.
S. P. -rOLLADAY, I ron Harroit Band Cultivators, Roman
Y upe, visor ofl Re istration, Clarendon ntosgh Stock, Noahhb.me A Yoenfs
Co. R.~ P.g 0JNS. CT.(alvaizi' FeM. e Wire, Chat
n__-n'_ lM. ion Mowers and Kea-ners.
WWATSON-S TUENTNE TOOLS
M1_anujfactujrfed in Faivctteville , N. C. EverT
C'JIARLESTO~Y, sToo! loitl warranted and
. If brokenwill be
rpaced. RA S
1)1;T.S TX Also Dealers In
TOB.\CCO, C~IG;:, PiPS, L.Tr. GEN'l' L HAIZDWAA 1:.
ISole alterts for the eCakted f AGents1. A L TEE
fie), thefirst aIodyi vr ott T-EsDNEPOGS
ball ns tco oong Iofon, alorsn and Mule Shoes, W
ofTiia . aibunwae. Coopers tools, Miners
-os, Cul ery, Guns and Sport
Folin B ortisles.
L3 ('Il) .I~\ ~ Prices, IUai1 on application.
1. R TI~cvswoarr-;, Snmtfer, S. C.
CHARLESTO . . .S. C.
HAYNSWOI3TH & DINKINS;'
Soe get for thergcelebrateds
saac AT L: AY,
BEDiU. 1" ,lE.\T .4. OF
WATSON'S TURPEN'NEm TOOLS
1.1anuf~ I~u-tu.rei n Fayetevll, . C. Evr
diatica, Scratches. Contracte
umbago, Sprains, Xuscle
.heumatim Strains, Eruption,
urns, Stitches, Hoof Mi
calds, PSt0ifJoints, Screw
tings, Backache, Worm
ites, Gals, Swinney,
ruises, Sores, SaddlGua
unions, Spavin iles.
THIS COOD OLD STANDBY
oniplishes for everybody exactlywhat 1sistme
>rIt. One of the reasons for the great popularityOt
le Mustang Liniment Is found In Its univeIMI
pplicability. Everybodyneeds such amsdlelu
The LumbermanneedsIt ineseof eddis
The Housewife needsIt for gnratnlft QM
The Canalerneeds it forhisteamsandh im.
*The Mechanic needs It lways on h* we
The Minerneeds It in case of emargen.
The Pioneerneedsit-can'tgetalOngwth L
The Farmer needs It in his house, his stabf
ad his stock yard.
The Steamboat man or the Boatmaaned6
In liberal supply afloatad ashore.
The Horse-fancier needs It-it Is bbstW
-fcnd and safest reliance.
The Stock-grower needs It-it will save N
iousands of dollars and a world of trouble.
The Railroad man needs it and willneed ite
ng ashislife Is around of aceidentsand dangs.
The Backwoodsman needsi. Th.eIs OMl
ig like It as an antidote for the dangers to11.
mb and comfort which surround the pioneer.
The Merchant needs it about his stro
Is employees. Accidents will happen, and wb.
ieso come the Mustang Liniment Iswantedatemes.
Keepa Bottle Inthe House. 'Tisths esf
Keep aBottle in the Factory. ZMms"bb
se in cse of accident saves pain andlosofwageo
Keep a Bottle Always in the Stable f
so when wanted.
Fast Line between CH.mm rox ANV
,OLrBIA .;D UPPER SoVr CARoLwU.
o I WIST. GonrG EA=.
2.t'. i. Lv. Charlesion, S. C. Ar. 9.10 P. .
'o . .4 Lanes, " " 7.45 "
ky.:t3 - i asumter, " " 6.42 4
).4 " .r. Columbia, " Lv 5.27 -
.U2 r. m . Winnsboro, " " 3.48 "
U8 " Chester. "" 2.45 "
;.05 " Yorkville, "4 " 11.45A E
. " Lancaster " " 7.00 -
~0 " Rock Hill, " " 2.02.p x
0 " Charlotte, N. C. " 1.00
:?.:6 nAr.'Newberry, S. C. jty 3.04 r
2.42 " - reenwood, "'i" 12.44"
6.: " " Laurens, " I" 9.10A x
*.4 -" Anderson, " " 10.22 "
53 ":Greenville, " " 9.46"
..3" 4Wahla " " 18.20 ".
4.f0 " " ;Abbeville. " 1, 31 .05"
:.20 -" i Spartanburg" "I 12.10rx
'.10 " "| enderson' N CI " 7.O ga
On 8andavs taiin will leave Charleesn
.C., 8.45 A. M., arrive Columbia 1.00 P
. r:eturning leaves Columnbia 5.27 P. M1.,
rrves Charleston 9.43 P. M1.
Solid Trains between Charleston and Col
mbia. S. C. Special Parlor Cars attached to
Iis train between Charleston'and Colm-.
ja. No extra charge for seat in these
ars to passengers holding First Class tick-.
T. M1. EsizasoN,
Gen'1 Pasis. Agena
J. F. DmNE,
Dr H BAER,
Vholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 13$
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
)ealer in Drugs, Medicines, Foreign
d Domestic Chemicals, Glassware
pices. B3rushe~s, Essential Oia, Sur
ieal Instruments, Perfumery, Fancy
i-oods, SHOW CASES, of all sizes
a all articles usually found in a.
'irst-class Drug House. Prices low
uilck sales and small profits.
The undersigned respectfully offers his
erie in this and adjacent counties as a
-teewokmybenrs ed to him
anning, S. C., March 16, 1887.
RAND, UPRiGHT, & SQUARE.
Tone and Durability.
8335-New Orleans Exposition-Two Gold
Medals for Upright and Square.
881- ~oston (Mass.) Exposition-irst
Prize for Square Grand.
387-Pris Exposition-For Square and,
S70-Philadlphia Centennial-For Square,
U~pright and Grand.
And also over
200 FIRST PREMIUMS
at State ar1 County Fairs,
a the endorse-rent of over 100) different
'olleges and Schools as to their durability,
A large assortment of SECoND-HAND PraJx
s always on hand. General wholesale
gnts for Palace, New Engand and Bar
Pianos and Organs sold on easy monthly
Pianos taken in exchange, also thorough
V re~ paired. Send for ilnustrated Piano or
(CHAs. M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,