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WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1887.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One Year, in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 at
the Expiration of Six Months.
Advertisements.-Per Square, first in
Each subsequent insertion. 50c.
..g Contract Advertising at reduced
Fish fries and picnics are now the
order of the day.
The Best! "The Manning Guards"
Cigar, 5 cents, at Dinkins & Co's.
Mrs. Emma McKnight, of the New
Zion neighborhood died last week, af
ter a long illness of dropsy.
nrt house square has recent
eatly improved by the Town 8
trimming the trees.
Major P. Z. Carraway who has been
at St. Stephens for several days, re- 1
turned to Manning last Sunday night. s
In another column is a well written
condensed biography of the Rev. L.
D. Bass, copied from the Sumter Ad
V ce. b
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- J
ry R. Strange, formerly of this Coun
ty, now of Wedgefield, died Thursday I
night, the 12th instant.
T "Young folks will be young folks" as
our worthy clerk of court can testify
from his experience of last Friday
Mr. J. M. McRoy, has recently
built a neat little cottage for Mr. G.
J. Brown, which is a very creditable
piece of workmanship.
Mr. James Epps, Sr., of this county
residing near the Williamsburg line,
lost hundreds of dollars in timber by
a forest fire which swept through his
Married at the residence of the
bride's father, Mr. S. E. Nelson, on
May 5th, 1887, by Rev. S. E. Bishop, t
Mr. Daniel S. Wheeler to Miss Hattie I
The Manning Guardsl are discuss
ing a picnic for their friends who have
helped them so liberally. They want
to have it as soon as their uniforms
Let every member of the Guards
strain a point to go to the encamp- t
ment this summer. Boys, we are I
proud of you and want other people
to see you, .nd be so too.
Mr. E. O. Igranm, who won the ap- t
pointment to West Point from this t
District, leaves Thursday for that place, ,
where he will enter a coacbing school t
until his examination for entrance
takes place. Good luck, old fellow!
More towns die from want of con
idence on the part of business men
and lack of public spirit, than from,
the rivalry of neighboring towns or
adverse surroundings. Let our peo
pie remember this.- Wateree Messen
Yne Farmiers' Mocvement is the name
of a weekly paper soon to make its ap
pearance in the Town of Timmions
ville, Darlington county. It is to be
edited by Professor Charles B. Smith,
who was formerly editor of the College
Student, published at Wake Forest, N.
The Panola Base Ball Club played
a match game on Saturday eveningf
last with the Packsville club, and came
off with the splendid score of 25 to 4.
If the local clubs are going to let them 1
make such a record as this against I
them, we shall certainly expect to
hear before the close of the campaign, 1
that they have successfully tackled I
the famous Boston nine.
Death of Joseph Gallachat, Esq.
For some weeks past, his condition
had left his friends no hope for his re
rovery, and when last Sunday the soul
of Joseph Galluchat winged its flight
to that unknown region of immortali
ty, while shocked and saddened, none
Mr. Galluchat had for some time
been a safferer from that fell disease
consumption. All was done that a
loving family and kind friends could
to alleviate his sufferings, but his con
dition was bey'ond relief. At half
~tone on last Sunday, he breathed
'as. The funeral was held on4
Monday aftern~oon at 4 o'clock, and
was conducted by the Masons of which
body the deceased was a member 1
The body was interred in our beauti1
ful Cemetery, and was carried to his
last resting place by a large concourse
of sympathizing friends. Mr. Gallu
chat, was born at Lancaster Court
House, in 1847, but removed to Man
ning with hiskther early in life. Here
he '_ prcing the j~ro
To- d and afflicted fami
we extend sincerest cendolence
in this the hou eir grief anid sor
Gtove Academy Picnic. ]
Last Friday was the day appointed <
by the Grovecademy pupils for their 1
annual picnic, which was h~eld at theI
residence of Captain John J. Harvin
about 5 miles from the town. Early:a
in the morning loads of gay and fes
tive youths and maidens were enL route
for this charming spot, and. by eleven]
o'clock the scene was a b~eautiful one.
Picnics have been kinder changed
since I were a shaver. In my timea
fellow didn't think anything of asking
a girlito take astroll of a mile or so,
and after he got her off keep her there ].
-till the red bugs got a bait and he i
got a kiss. But that's all over now !
You can't entice one of the darlingsi
lon't eat like they used to. But then
am aetting too personal. The fel
ows made up for the strolls by taking
lances instead. About si o'clock
luite a severe rain arose, but did not
n the least interfere with the enjoy
nent; rather helped it, as some of the
-oung folks were obliged to spend the
light with the hospitable Captain and
:ept the gaiety up till the wee sma
It has been the expressed desire for
ome time of Adjutant and Inspector
xeneral Bonham, to have each Regi
nent of the Volunteer Troops of the
itate go into a short encampment
luring this summer; and it is now be
ieved he will be gratified.
Capt. Levi, on last Friday received
rom Col. J. D. Auld, Colonel Com
nandiug, a letter proposing the en
ampment for the 4th Regiment, and
skinp if the Guards would be able to
in ,iie other companies of the com
and. It is to be hoped they can.
danning has been too long in the
ack-ground already, and now that
he has a company to be proud of, it
s hoped she will take pride in show
og them. The season will be a dull
'ne near the close of July and the
lerks could be easily given a week's
olidav. If you have do do the v.ok
ourself, while they are off on this
ttle sojourn, do it and charge it to
ublic spirit-a thing we too much
ArTlrmox G.uRDs! By order of
apt. A. Levi, there will be a meeting
f the Manning Guards on next Mon
tay evening at 8.1.5 P. x., to transact
>usiness of importance.
A delightful smoke; "The Manning
ruards" 5 cents Cigar at Dinkins &
Tribute of Respect.
The following preamble and reso
tions were read before and adopted
>y the Summerton Presbyterian Sun
lay School, May 15, 1887:
WEmR.s, In the allwise and inscru
able purpose of Almighty God, it
Lath pleased him to remove from the
hurch militant, to the church tri
imphant, one of the oldest, most ven
xable, useful, and beloved members
>f this church; one, who has been for
nany years the faithful Superintend
int of the Sabbath School, and teach
r of the Bible class; one, who was al
vays ready with mind, heart, and hand
o plan and tc -.iecute whatever might
>romote the interest of the church.
onstantly devising means whereby
he minds of the young might be
Irawn from the snares and tempta
ions of the world and the evil one to
he safe and peaceful paths of true
visdom and holiness; one, who loved
he church and always gave with lib
ral baLd of her substance for her
upport; one, whose name was "a
ousehold word," and whose memory
ve all delight to honor. Therefore
Resolved, That in the death of Mrs.
Lnne Frezil Caldwell, though occurr
ng at the ripe old age of three score
nd fifteen years, this church has lost
ne of its strongest supports, the
sabbath School a most faithful in
tructor, and -the community one,
rhose life and character was worthy
* emulation by all.
%esolced, That while we mourn our
os, we have the best reason to be
eve the transition was most happy
or her, and that her glorified spirit
ow rests in th:e celestial city, ever to
emain in the blissful presence of Him
be loved so well, and loved so faith
Resolved. That as a Sabbath School
ye manifest our appreciation of the
oss sustained by wearing the usual
adge of morning for thirty days.
Resolved, That a copy of this paper
>e sent to the surviving members of
ier family as an expression of our
;ympathy in this, their sad bere.ave
nc.. And also, that the same be
nt to the papers of the county, and
2/Itian Obsever for publication.
THE \ITY OF THE S.AID HILLS.
FUiLros, S. C., May 16, 1887.
A porion of the County contiguous
. the Sand Hill City, was visited by
uite a severe hail,, rain, and wind
~torm on last Monday night, inflicting
errible damage upon the crops and
mroofing buildings in the Yorkville
md Weeks' Mill neighborhoods. The
~ondition of some fields of cotton as
rewed last Tuesday morning, was ap
alling, some cotton crops being en
irely demolished, necessitating an en
ire replanting, and all crops in the
torm's track require a partial overs
iauing. The most calamitous result
vere experienced on Colonel Mar
iing's "James Place," and by James
Vilder and the Messrs. Felder; the
ast named gentlemen with character
stic perseverance and industry, had
heir large crop of 60 acres of cotton
holly replanted the day following
he destruction. Fulton with her ac
~ustomed good fortune escaped the
orm, and is now enjoying a series
>f gay festivities,-the first of which
was inaugurated by Captain A. M.
railsord, by a brilliant ball on Fri
by evening, which we learn was just
no delighitful to have missed; this will
ye supplemuented by another at Colo
iel Richardson's to-night, and again
Lother at Colonel Manning's on Wed.
iesday evening; then Mjor Richard
'on acts the ho.<pitable ihost, and on
Eriday, Captain Broughton will croi' n
he whole aufai7 with a magnificent
icnic at his Mill Pond.
We regret that we were unavoida
yly prevented from enjoying the
rincely hospitality which Captain
Brailsford knows so well how to dis
ese, upon the occasion mentioned.
Another matter~ demands my atter
ion, but pressing engagements this
rnoning, omnels 7i1c to defer u1ntil
Panola Chit Chat.
Ma. Erivon: I have been for some time
uncter the cloud. A man suffering with a
torpid liver is n.:ver sensitive only to the ex
ten't of his bodily suffering. Thanks to Dr.
Clark's "Vegetablu Cathartic;" thanks to
Fridav" for "the Health Restorative.' By
the use of one and the knowledge of the oth
er, Tom has new life and is in excellent
t:iam for the summer.
Tell "Friday" the flag isall 0. K.. just
keep his head level, never throw up the
sponge till the ship goes down to the bot
toni. We part with him with reluctance.
Our section has been visited with severe
hail-storis. tain has fallen heavily, re
tarding farm operationg. General Green is
marshallhng his forces to give battle, and all
available streugth is in the struggle to coN
quer or die. Heavy crops of cotton have
been planted; farmers as a general rule ate
hopeful and buoyan-t and the spirit ot re
form in keeping' with the times.
The monta of May, has its charms; pic
nics, fish frvs, base balling, bringing to
gether the young and the old. The neat
thing this piney woods will ring with court
ship and marriage, for Panola can boast (f
some as charming and beautiful young la
<tdies as you will find anywhere. The Pano -
la Base Ball Club is now in splendid uni
form. They have challenged the Santet.
'The match will be played the 19th, at Pa: -
lors, on the Eutaw and Eiloree Itailroad. In
all probability the TriFas will be represent
ed; if so, the good behavior of the boys will
be furnished you for publication, as well as
dots by the way, of the hospitable kindne a
of which the Urangebuigers are so charae
We report some sickness such as chill and
fever. Whooping cough, and measles, are
subsiding. Miss Eddie Epperson's school
closed last week; she has gone to her home
in Sumter. Miss Epperson is a most charm
ing lady, and has given universal satisfac
tion in the government of her school and
carried with her the well wishes of her pa
Miss Mollie C. Jones has been to Williams'
burg County on a visit among her relatives.
She retuined home on Monday and again
take her place in the charming circle of
Mrs. Canty, daughter of Ex-Governor J.
P. Richordson, and sister of our present
Governor, with her two daughters from
Camden are on a visit here as the guests of
MLr. J. M. Richardson.
Laid Waste by Hail Stones.
S.u.xr, BLcx RnvF., May 30.-A severe
hail storm passed over a narrow strip near
hear, Sunday evening. In the centre of the
storm, which seems to have passed over
Messrs. Johnson's store and Colonel Mul
drow's residence, the ice was banked up in
some places four feet deep at 1 o'clock Mn
day. Twigs half an inch thick were broken
off of the trees, and the ground was covered
with ledves and stems. At Colonel Mul
drow's, dead chickens, turkeys, and goslings
were carried off by the baskets full. He lost
over one hundred small chickens. A num
ber of snakes have been found dead in the
fields. Col. Muldrow's garden, always the
most advanced in the neighborhood is ruin
ined. The stricken farmers have gone to
work, aided by their more fortunate neigh
bors, and to-night Colonel Muldrow finish
ed planting over his cotton. Messrs. John
son Bros. are well advanced in replanting
their large crop. It is generally hoped that
the corn will come out, but oats are badly
It is remarkable how the hail stones froze
together in the drifts. Lumps weighing
twenty or thirty pounds could be broken off
with a stick, and it would then hold togeth
er for some time. Most of the stones were
about the size of partridge eggs were found
just after the storm.
The Messrs, Mellett, whose saw mill near
Mayesville on the Wilmington, Columbia,
and Augusta Railroad was burned three
weeks since, have gone to work with so
much energy that they expect to begin saw
ing this week. Their engine and outfit was
not damaged as much as was thought at
Mr. J1. W. Cooper began to rebuild his
store in Mayesville yesterday. His well
known energy, honesty, and fair-dealing
have won him hosts of friends, who hope
he will rise from the ashes of his old store
to better fortune in t'he future.
Dr. J. H. Hudson is slowly recovering
from the severe attack which came near
proving fatal last week.
Captain J, T. Atkins, one of the pioneers
in tobacco culture in this county-, did not
plant any of the weed this year. The grow
ing business of the Salem Mills now requires
all of his attention.
A determined effort is being made to fin
ish the Mayesville Presbyternan Church by
next August. The new pastor, the Rev. Cut
tino Smith, is very popular.
Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria
are spread by contagion, by the transfer of
living matter from the skin, the menmbran
ous lining of the mouth, nose and throat,
and from the intestines and urinary organs.
Disinfect promptly and thoroughly with
Drby's Prophylactic Fluid, the great germ
destroyer. Prof. H. T. Lu'oos. of the Van
derbilt University, Tenn., says : "As a dis
infectant and detergent Darby's Prophylac
tic Faid is superior to any preparation with
which I am acquainted."
To The People ofiClarendon:
I am the Agent for the Cel
reg All this maachinery is direct
fronm the factory and will be sold, at
the Factory Prices. It will be
to the advantage of purchasers to call
ion mec b.)fore' h1n
~~EERH AIT m~aytbe round on
~ini~riiile at Gzo. P.
Newpaper Ad ertising Bureau( 10 Spruce St.)
whe'Jre advertIaning f UA~
Terms Cash With Order.
Stoves shipped from factory including 30
nices. A Fat Top SI5, No- 7 Cook Stove
for $9., oven 15x17, weight 220 lbs. A Flat
fop.$22, No. 8 Cook Stove for $12, oven
1718, wteight 280 lbs. Warranteed f- give
J. 1). lATTEuRREE, Chester. S. C.
'THE MANNING GUARD OlGAR."
5 Cent Cigar
J. G- DINKINS & CO.,
SIGN OF THE GOLD ,NORTAR.]
F. N. Wilson,
INSURANCE AGEN T
MIANNING, S. C.
Notice to Creditors.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Cou.rm OF CuimoN.
Notice is hereby given that all persons
baving claims against the estate of G. Allen
-uggins, deceased, will present them drly
proved to the undersigned, and every one.
indebted to said estate will make payment
G. ALLEN HUGGINS
Notice to Creditors.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNm OF CLAn DoS.
Notice is hereby given that all persons
having claims against the estate of Susanna
Conyers, deceased, will present them duly
attested, and all persons indebted to said es
ate will make payment to
Other comspanies chaar;-e from $40 to SCO. A com-l
plate set of attachmentsO wvith eacha mahine. AMso
Johnson )tumer, Joba!.n Tucker, and, botx of Four
Hemmera and a indeur. 15 D)AYS TRIAL
in your own bot'e befo~re yu le Co cent. EvYery
maneZIH WARRsANT ED) FOR 3 YEARS.
Send for Circular.
C. A. WOOD COMPANY,
17 North 10th St., Phbiladelphia, Pay
Protect Your Eyes!'
, ~ED DIA&7,
MR. H. HIRSCHBERG
The well-known Optician of 107 N. Fourth
Street, (urder Planters lionse) St. Louis,
has appointed J. G. DINKINS & CO., of
MANNING, S. C., as Agent for his celebrat
ed Diamond Spectacles anid Eyeglaisses.
These Glasses are the greatest invention ev
er made in Spectacles. By a proper con
struction of the Lens a person purchasing a
pair of these Non-Changeable (Glasses never
has to change these Glasses from the eyes,
and every pair purchaseud are guaranteed,
so that if they ever leave the eyes (no mat
ter how rusted or 3cratched the Lenses are)
they will furnish the party with a new pair
of Glasses free of charge.
J. G. DINKINS & CO.
has a full assortment, and invite all who
wish to satisfy themselves of the great supe
riority of these Glasses over any and all oth
ers now in use, to call and examine the same
J1. G. DINfINS & CO..
Druggists anud Opticians,
Golden Grain whiskey!
T HE PURE PRODUCT OF THE CHOICEST GRAIN,. CAREFULLY
selected fresh from the harvest, and distilled by an improved process.
Rich and Natural Grain Flavor, Bright Color, and Snootb, Relisbsome Taste,
preserved in perfection. Wholesome as a beverage, effectual as a toic, in
fallible as a Restorative, and peerless for Family use; always uniform at.the
standard of excellence.
No 103 EAST 7 83 SmTII r.
NEW YORK, OcTOBER Sa -, 1586.
W. A. SINCLAIR, Eso.-Dear Sir-In answer to your note of this date.
.sking me what liquor is best for your use. I would say that I now recomu
mend the "GOLDEN GRAIN \WHISKEY," to all of my patients. I have
fully tested it, and know it to be perfectly pure, of fine 11avor, and altogether
superior to any other brand that I have met with.
Yours truly, J. R. LANE, 31. D.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
MANNING, S. C.
The Finest Liquors, Segars, and Tobacco, DispCUsed at
THE MANNING SALOON, at Charleston Prices.
GROCERIES! GROCERIES GROCERIES!
-At thme Low~v est P:rices.
Candies and Confectioneries.
Ladies' and Misses' MILLINERY GOO
Mrs. Edwards' IS THE PLACE!
Everything Sold at the Cheapest Prices.
kSK YOUR DEALER FOR If, BE SURE THAT YOU GET IT.
Venable's Blue Jeans.
--Made of Finest Old
ME MLL O 31 ?W T V B A C C>O.
V3- Eve-y Plug Guaranteed to Please, or Money willlhe Re
funded. For sale by M]Voses Ije-vi.
Feb. 2. '87.
NORTH-EASTERN R. R. CO. OF S. C.
TRAINS GOING SUUTH,
No 15, No. 23. No. 27.
Dated May 1st, 1887. Old No. 42. Old No. 48. Old No. 40.
I Daily. Daily. Daily.
Leave Florence............ 6 2o P. m. . 650A.V. 130 A. M.
Leave Kingstree............ 7 37 P. M. 8 06 2 30 "
Leave Lanes................ 800 " 833 " 250
Arrive Chnarleston............. 000 " 1100 " 500
No 53 ruus solid daily, except Snuday, and No. 55 Sunday only, from Columbia to
Charleston, via Sumter andi Lanes, leaving Columbia 5.27 p. m., arrive Charleston 9.45 p in.
TRAINS GOING SUUTH.
-.- No. 78. i No. 66. No. 62.
Old No. 47. | Old No. 43. Old No. 45.
Daily. |. Daily. Daily.
Leave Charleston............ J2 25 A. '. 3 5.5 p. m.
Leave Lanes................ 250 A. 3. 848 G 15
Leave Kingstree...... ..... 3 10 A. M. 908 633'"
Arrive Florence ............ 420 " 1028 " 750
No. 6C connects at Florence withtrain from Wadesboro and all points on C. & D. and
C & S. 1:ailroads.
No. 52 leaves Charleston daily, except Sunday, 7 00 A. M., and runs'solid to Columbia
via Lanes and Sumter, arriving Columbia 1055 A. M. No. 54 leaves Charleston Sundays
only at 8.45 A. M., arriving Columbia 1 00 P. M.
Nos. 15. 23 and 27 make connection at Ashly Junction with C. & S. R. R. for Savannah
and Florida points.
Nos. 78, and 15 run solid to Wilmington, N. C., making close connection with W .&
W. R. R. for Norfolk. Petersburg, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New
York, and all points North.
J. R. KENLY, JNO. F. DIVINE, T. M. EDIERSON,
Snp't Trans. Gen'l Snp't. (4n' PA's:.onr Av+
WITH BUTTON-HOLE -
Sa1143 WH OV J- 1V____
I J R. NM S.%lAIL &O
Registration Notice. so HARDWARE MEhCHANTS.
I will be at the Court House (Clerk's of- Se Chet o or
fice), the first Monday in every month, to STARKE'S DIXIE PLOUGHS,
allow persons coming of age since the last WATT PLOUGHS,
election to Register and to attend to other AVERY & SON'S PLOUGHS
official business. DOW LAW COTTONPLANTER
AND GUANO DISTRIUTORS.
S. P. HOLLADAY, Iron Age Harrow- and Cultivators, Roman
Supervisor of Registration, Clarendon Plough Stock, Washburne & Moem's
County. P. 0. address, Panola, S. C. Galvanized Fence Wire. Cham
pion Mowvers and 1(ealiers.
Follin Bros., WATSONS TURPENTINE TOOLS
Manufactured in Fayetteville, N. C. Every
Tool absolutely warranted and
CHA RLES'ON, S. C.if broken will be
DEALERS IN Also Dealers In
ToBAcco, ClAwRs, PIPES, GENE-r cL.ADWA
Sole agents for the celebrated AGRIC U L "LRAL STEE
brands of tobacco- Hoop Iron, Horse and Mule Shoes, W
LUCILE,and Tinware, Coopers tools, Miners
LUCILETools, Cutlery, Guns and Sport
BROA) Xx, ing Articles.
GOLD ARSPrices made on application.
RED MEAT. W. F. B. HAMOXM, Sumter. S. C.
CORONET, B. S. Dn-xz-s, MANo, S C
BUCK, HAYNSWORTH & DINKINS;
BERTIE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
SANTEE. Manning, S. C.
George W. Steffens,
[ESTABLSHED 1832.] WHOLDALE GROCEA,
jenn^ M I ^~g~n Auction and Commission MTerchant andl
197 9EsT STREE, Charleston, S. C~.
So Agents Cly o kruse i
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Any orers itrustd to e, wilarvcinezod, NotinsW, Cohing,
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IS AanufRY .actreSFyttevll, S. C.Evr
sciatica, Scratches, Contractee
Lumbago, Sprains, Muscl.
Rheumatism, Strains, Eruption.,
Bum, Stitches, Hoof Ail,
Scalds, PStif6oints, Screw
Stings, Backache, Wornr
Bites, Galls, Swinney,
Bruises, Sores, Saddle Ga.
Bunions, Spavin iles.
THIS COOD OLD STANDe'.Y
accomplishes for everybody exactlywhat Iscial I
forit. oneof the reasons for the great populari
the Mustang Liniment is found In Its univer
applicability. Everybody needs such a medkl
The Lumberman needs It In case of accidc
The Housewife needs It for generalfam;ll .
The Canaler needs It for his teamsand his r
'ho Mechanic needs It always on hts -
The Miner needs It In case of emergency.
The Pioneerneedsit-can'tget Alongwithout.
The Farmer needs it In his house, his sta
and his stock yard.
The Steamboat man or the Boatman ner
it in liberal supply afloatand ashore.
The Horse-fancier needs It-It Is hisr -
friend and safest reliance.
The Stock-grower needs it-it will save - .
thousands of dollars and a world of trouble.
The Railroad man needs it and willneed It
long as his life is a round of accidentsand dange.
The Backwoodsman needs it. ThereIs -r
Ing like Is as an antidote for the dangers to'..
limb and comfort which surround the pioneer.
The Merchant needs itabout his storsam
his employees. Accidents will happen, and w.
these come the Mustang LinIment iswanted atot -
Keep a Bottle In the House. 'Tis the bes'
Keep aBottle In theFactory. Itlimmed'
use In case of accident saves pain and loss of wa
Keep a Bottle Always In the Stable f.
use when wanted.
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Fast Line between Cm.STrON . '
COLUMBIA AND UPPER SOUTH CARLous.
GoING WEST. GroIG E....
7.20 a. M2Lv. Charleston, S. C. Ar.19.10 p.
8.40 " Lanes, "9 " 7.45 -
9.33 Sumter, " " 6.42
10.40 Ar. Colunbia, " Lv 5.27
3.02 P. Mz. Winnsboro, " "13.48
4.18 ' Chester. " "J2.45
6.05 " Yorkville, 11.45.
7.01 Lancaster " 7.00
5.03 " " Rock Hill, " " 2.02 r
6.15 - " Charlotte, N. C. " 1.00
12.48 .M Ar. -Newberry, S. C.Lv 3.04 -
2.42 4 "' Greenwood, " " 12.44"
6.30 "I" Laurens, " " 9.10'
4.47 -' " Anderson, " ' 10.22
5.35 " " Greenville, "[ 9.46
6.3:3 "" Walhalia, " " 8.20
4.10 " " Abbeville, " ' . 1.05
3.20 " " Spartanburg" |"jI 12.10 P
7.10 " " Henderson'l N Cj "| 7.00.'
On Sundays train will leave Charleston.
S. C., 8.45 A. M., arrive Columbia 1.00 '.
M.. Returning leaves Columbia 5.27 P.1i
arrives Charleston P.45 P. ..
Solid Trains between Charleston and C,.
unmbia, S. C. Special Parlor Cars attached :>
this train between Charleston and Colum -.
bia. No extra charge for seat in the
cars to passengers holding First Class tic.
T. M. EiMRSON,
G.en'1 Pass. Agent.
J. F. I~flvisa,
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 1:23
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Forei. .i
and Domestic Chemicals, Glasswa:
Spices, Brushes, Essential Oils, S:- -
gical Inlstrumfenlts, Perfumery, Fane.j
Goods, SHOW CASES, of all size:,
and all articles usually found in a
First-class Drug House. Priees low
Quick sales and small profits.
The undersigned respectfully offers i
services in this and adjacent counties as a
Land Surveyor, and will faithflly execi -
whatever work mcay be entrusted to himt.
J. E. SCOTT
2ranning. S. C.. March 16, 1887.
GRAND, UPRIGHT, & SQUARE.
Tone and Durability.
1885-New Orleans Exposition-Two Go2
Medals for Upright and Square.
1881- Boston (Mass.) Exposition--Fir
Prize for Square Grand.
1878-Paris Exposition-For Square and
187-Philadelphia Centennial-For Squar,,
Upright and Grand.
And also over
200 FIRST PREMIUMS
at State and County Fairs.
Have the endorsement of over 100 differet t
Colleges and Schools as to their durabilit.
A large assortment of SxZoND-HArsD Pw --.
os always on hand. General wholesa>
agents fc'r Palace, New Enggnmd and Bur
Pianos and Organs sold on easy monthly
Pianos taken in exchange, also thorough
ly repaired. Send for llustrated Piano orf
CHAS. M. STIEFF,4
9 N. Liberty Street,