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TEE MANGING TIMES.
. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1. 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.
pl! Contract Avertising at reduced
Mh Thomas N Tobias had his col
ar bone broken Sunday by his mule
falling on him.
The outside of to-day's Tams is a
recapitulation of the news of the State
for the past week.
Mr. T. S. Bonham, of Columbia, is
visiting his brother, Professor W. P.
The Enterprise has made the rear
of Mr. J. S. Plowden's store head
A rake and cart utilized on the
Court House squar:' would be a con
siderable advantage to the looks of the
Rachel McDuffie has been taken in
charge by the Probate and his staff
for the transportation of lunatics. She
will be sent to the State Asylum.
The hour for prayer meeting at the
Methodist church on Wednesday af
ternoon has been changed from 4
o'clock to 5 o'clock.
The Ladies' Missionary Society, of
the Methodist church will hold a
meeting next Wednesday afternoon
immediately after the prayer meeting.
Mr. John Watt has recenily lost two
children. They died within ten days
of each other. His friends extend to
himself and wife their wariaest sym
Manning has four Esculapians
whose average avoirdupois exceed
that of any other four doctors, we
venture to say, in the State. The fifth
medicine man is rather lean.
Mr. R. F. Milligan lost his turpen
tine still by fire last week. The loss
is estimated at $700. This is a
heavy blow, but Mr. Milligan has n
ergy and vim and will soon get over it.
The late refreshing showers have
run horticultural, serial, and staple
stock way yonder above par. There
never was a brighter prospect for a
grand crop harvest this autumn, than
the present look out.
What re'muneration do the news
papers of Manning receive for their
work in trying to advance the inter
ests of the town and county ? Echo,
faintly, answers, "not a farthing."
Rev. James McDowell conducted
the union service in the Methodist
church Sunday evening. His sermon
was a thoughtful production, well pre
pared and delivered in his character
istic earnest, solemn manner.
We are pleased to observe that
Clarendon county is doing better
about her jail and public offices. The
last presentment of the Grand Jury
makes a favorable report of the condi
tion of affirs.-Abbeville Medium.
If you will send a two cent stamp
to pay postage to Colonel A. P. But
ler, Columbia, S. C., he will send you
a package of Kolb Gem 'watermelon
seed. They are from the plantation
of 3. D. Browne, Williston, S. C., one
of the most successful melon raisers
in the State. The seed are of the best
and there is no better melon variety.
The great trouble with you John is,
said alady to her husband, who was
saffering from the effects of the night
before, "you can't say, no. Learn to
say 'No,' John, and you will have few
er headaches. Can you let me have a
little money this morning?"
"No,'' said John with apparent ease
J. D. Alsbrook, Esq., will be in
town next Saturday and the following
Monday. He requests the statement
to be 'made that be will be glad to
see any parties having lands in Black
River Swamp for sale. Mr. Alsbrook
is agent for a corporation interested
in purchasing swamp or river lands.
The report is current in Manning,
that a white woman said to hail from
Charleston, is married to Tom Pier
son, colored, of this place, and that
they are living here openly as man
and wife. We understand that a min
ister of the A. M. E. Church in Sum
ter married them. This matter should
be forthwith investigated by the offi
cials, and if found true, the 'woman,
Pierson, and preacher should all be
arraigned before the Courts.
There is, or there was, a time in the
knowledge of every citizen when
something marvelous disturbs the mo
notony of every day occurrences. A
practical farmer was heard to remark
the other day with no little complacen
y, that he raised a turnip thiat fed his
family for a whole day. Turnip sto
ries the reader thinks are getting rath
er trite. However a turnip has never
been known to cover itself with a load
stone, although a spider has been
known to attract by force a chicken
to its web.
Thae Carolina Teacher is a monthly
magazine published at Columbia by
Mr. W. L Bell. The last copy of this
magazine contains some valuable sug
gestions to teachere, either of a high
or low degree, and, perhaps, the peru
sal of its pages by the profession may
contribute to their stock of ideas on
the art of school teaching. "AGrand
Teachers' Co- operative Fraternity" is
the heading of an article written by
Mr. John M.. Richardson, of Dainger
field, Morris County, Texas, but form
erly a native of this County. The sub
scription price- of this monthly is $1.25
The Best! "The Manning ruards
Cigar, 5 cents, at Dinkins & Co's.
Corporal W. C. Davis carried o
the honors at the competitive drill <
the cadets of the Military Academ
last Saturday. He was successful i
being first in his division. Compan
D, and was awarded the honors c
the best drilled man at the Academ3
The victory is especially compliment
ary to Corporal Davis, as he has nc
yet been two years at the Academy an
among his competitors were cadets c
Twenty dollars, clear of all expens
es, was realized by the festival of th
Children's Missionary Society of th
Presbyterian church last Thursda;
evening. The amount will go to th
Thornwell Orphanage, of Clinton, ii
this State. It was touching to hea
this pathetic remark of a little Miss
"Won't the money do the poor littli
Mr. r. M. Dean and his accomplish
ed daughter, Miss Minnie, added t<
the pleasure of the evening with somi
good musie on the piano and violin.
Capt. Vincent F. Martin, Travellini
Agent of Public Lands, expects to b<
in Manning from the 7th to the 11tl
of June, for the purpose of effecting
the redemption, sale, or renting o
lands forfieted to the State for taxe!
in Clarendon county, and, also, to com
pare books with the Auditor.
By direction of the Secretary o
State, Captain Martin will pay espe
cial attention to correcting any error
in the forfieted land list, and any per
sons having reason to think that an'
exist, are cordially invited to commu,
nicate with him at the office of th<
The turnip story of the Major ii
the Enterpriee is eclipsed by hi
pumpkin experience in the West. H<
planted what he thought was an o
diuary pumpkin seed on a piece o
round not unusually fertile. To hi!
surprise immediately the seed sprun;
up and forthwith a vine branched j
To the Major's complete astonishment
like a streak of greased lightning, th
vine started for him. And he started fo:
home like a mad Pegasus, but per
ceiving from a hasty glance over hi
shoulder that the vine was on him h(
dodged behind a tall pine for protec
tion. The vine kept right on anc
when the Major got home he fouad i
there. It had passed through th<
house, entered the kitchen, and growi
a pumpkin so large as to coinpleteli
block up the kitchen door. At the
beginning we said this occurred ii
the West, in Texas, we believe.
A delightful smoke; "The Manning
Guards" 5 cents Cigar at Dinkins S
FkxAm Rvu.- "The Mayoress of i
northern Kansas town, who was elect
ad under the new woman suffrage lav
ast week, came down to her office tb'4
ther day with a Mother Hubbard on
md as she sat cross leggzed in the
kavor's chair, the city clerk noticed
hat ahe had a hole in her stocking
ad that her bustle was to one side
e reported the fact to his wife, his
wife told the hired girl, the hired gir
old her fellow, her fellow told thi
city marshal, and the city marshal told
he Mayoress, whereupon the city
clerk got fired and the town is scan
alized. The Mayoress said that sht
ould wear her bustle in front, behind
r sideways, and it was nobody's busi
ess. It is needless to say that the
fair Mayoress is red-headed."
The annual exhibition of the Man
ning Academy will be held in th4
Court House Thursday morning, Jul2
9th. It will as usual, consist of reci
ations, speeches, dialogues, etc. Sev
eral prizes are to be presented to mer
itorious students, among which wil
be a gold medal to the student takini
first honor. In the evening, at I
:'clock, the anniversary exercises o
the Thompson Literary Society will b<
held in the Academy building. Mis
Susie Lesesne will recite; Miss Addi<
McFaddin will read an essay; Messrs
. H. Rigby, T. and J. Wilson, an<
Wi. Jenkinson, will debate the ques
tion, "Should National aid be giveJ
to the cause of education;" and Mr
Harvey Mitchum will deliver the an
nual oration. After these exercises:
reception will be held. The publit
are invited to all the exercises.
An Unknown Waif.
Mr. Willoughby Christmas, of thi
ounty, awoke during the night of the
17th instant, and hearing a child cry
ing in the yard, he became interestei
to know how it was possible for on<
of his children to get out of the hous
in the night time. He soon countet
his children and found the numbe
correct. He then went to the yar,
and found a white girl baby alone
It was poorly and scantily dressed
and near to it was a slip of paper o:
which was written "Born 15th c
March." Mr. Christmas says th
child did not look to be more tha:
three weeks old. At last account
the matter was in mnystery.-Count
FOUR L1TLE MISSES ON T HE STAG
Snmros, May 27, 1887.
MR. ED110R: As no one else ha
done so, I give you an outline of th
most enjoyable little entertainmei:
that it has been our pleasure to wii
ness in a long, long time. I wish
could do justice to this affair, but
am no writer. Some one ought t
have written up the whole affair, as ti
parties concerned deserved a noticei
~Four little girls, viz: Misses Ann:
Burgess, Annie Mabel Cantey, Geor-g
Ingram, and Annie Richbourg, ai
nounced some weeks ago thai, the
wer.e gint give an entertainmei
at the residence of Mr. W. W. Ric -
bourg on the night of the 20th instant,
for an unknown purpose, and that
I they would charge five cents admis
>f sion. Well, no one paid any special
V attention to their announcement, yet,
a as the time drew near, each one would
v I say to his friend or neighbor, "Do vou
>f expect to go out to the entertain
. ment?" Answer, "Well I 'don no;
- yes, I reckon I will, I'll go round and
t see what's up." At any rate, on last
i Friday night at an early hour Mr. R's
I house was crowded with old and
young, to see what the "little things"
would do. These little girls seemed
s) happy and mischievous that some
of us thought they were after an
"April Fool;" but no, the afterthought
was, this is May.
When the hour arrived, a gentle
r signal was given for silence. Mr. John
C. Ingram arose and said: "The first
piece to be rendered by the Summer
ton Ameteur Troupe, is Dixie! by
Misses Burgess and Ingram." They
played it well. No one could find a
fault, and when they had finishid
"Dixie," my! such rounds of applausr.
From time to time the following pro
gramme was announced and success
Song-She Sleeps in the Valley"
Banner Quick Step"-Mabel Cantey.
Nearer my God to Thee-Instru
Annie Laurie-Annie Richbourg.
Vallienee Polka-Misses Ingram
Song-Little Brown Church-Troupe.
Black Hawk Waltz-Georgie In
Poor Polly-Recitation-Annie Bur
Song-School Girl's Lament-Troupe.
Every one present was perfectly
charmed at the success with which
each little girfs efforts were crowned.
This is not all Mr. Editor, "not so
r auch what we do, but how," (with
what motive.) At the conclusion of
the entertainment, it was announced
that there was an indebtedness bang
ing over the Academy, and that these
children wcnted it paid, and that
herewith they presen-ed the fiu-ts of
their labor, $4.10, to go towards the
a payment of said debt. Go it little
girls; I admire the "will and the way"
with which you accomplish things.
I That debt will roll aw-ky by your con
tinuous jittle efforts, if, though fahatly
you still keep pursuing. Have anoih
i r entertainment. I pledge you the
prasence and attention of one who is
WIttiNG TO HELP.
"?EYAaEsIA, Nassna Co., Fla. March 28,
1880-"I have used Dr. Simmons Liver
Regulator and always found it to do what
is claimed for it. The last bottle and two
ptckages did me no good and were worse
than nothing. I see it is not put up by J.
H. Zeilin & 63., and not genuine, and a
waste of money to buy it. I would be gIad
to get the pure and genuine. Send me some
froia honest hands (with red Z and Zeihn
& Co.'s signature on Wrt-pper). The ficit
tious stan sold wilt injure some one badly.
'Your obedient servant.
BENJ. T. RICB.
In the Probate Court.
ST. MRS. ANNE F. CALDWELL-EX
.14ecutors Notice-All persons having
claims against the above Estate will p~resent
them duly attested, and those indebted to it
will maka payment, to Smythe & Lee, Att'r
Ineys at Law No. 7 Broad St. Charleston S.
JAMES CALD WELL'
R. R. B3RIGG',
May 251887. 3t. Qualified Exccutors.
I have opened a first-class Shaving Saloon
at the Enterprise office, and solicit the pat
ronage of the citizens of Manning and com
-Parics-Hair Cutting. 25e.; Shaving, 10c.;
.p? Special attention given to children.
C. C. RED1'U
MAxxrlo, S. C. .
- July 7,1886.
To The People ofClarendon:
I am the Agent for-the Cel
O otton Presses,
ueg All this machinery is direct
e from the factory and will be sold at
" the Factory Prices. It will be
' to the advantage of purchasers to call
on me before buying.
F W. 6, SCTT HARVIN,
E87 MANNING, S. C.
t CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS AND COPYRIGHTS
-Obtained, and all other business in the U.
I . Patent Office attended to for JIODER-.
Send X0DEL O!! D/?.11IF7.VG. We ad.
vie ast l.steaility free of charge ;and
2 we m'~e \U ' ii !U iE U NLE.6 W E OB
We referi he'e to. the' 1osmaster. the Sr~pt.
('f \on' y Ohi'r Div.. and a (oncials of the
e . *. p -teut O)ice.. F 'r circular. advice,
etermlsand references to actual clients in
your own State or County. write to
y 0 A.SNOW & Co.,
-t Opnosite Patent Office, Washington,D. C.
Term Cash With Order.
Stoves shipped from factory including 30
nieces. A Flat Top S15, Non 7 Cook stove
for $9., oven 15x17, weight 22t lbs. A Flat
Top 522, No. 8 Cook stove for $12, oven
1718, weight 2,0 lbs. Warranteed to give
J. D. RATTERREE, Chester, S. C.
"THE MANNING GUARD CIGAR."
5 Cent Cigar
J. G DINKINS & CO.,
[SIGN OF TIE GOLD MORlTAR.]
F. N. Wilson,
INSURANCE AGEN T
MANNING, S. C.
Notice to Creditors.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CONTY OF CLIRENDON.
Notice is hereby given that all persons
having eCil:ns against the estate of G. Allen
Huggin:. .Meased, will present them dly
proved vo :he undersigned, and every one
indebted to said estate will make payment
G. ALLEN HUGGINS
Notice to Creditors.
THE STATEi& F. SOUT H CAROLINA,
Cot-NTY OF C~anE~NON.
Notice is hereby given that nil persons
having claints against the estate of Susanna
Conyers, deceased, will present them duly
attested, and all persons indebted to said es
tate will make payment to
TBii Style Plilldl8 i S$iioe.
Other co:upanUieC chr-o fromn 240 to $60 A comn
pote se tuo att.,ach,~ nunt ith each. machineu. MA!o
J,,huiun runtr, J.ow.an Tiels.r, and b.. of Four
Hemmers r~nd a DindIer. In DAYS' TRIAL
in your own hiause lt,r. y.u 1-n rne~ e,-nt. &erry
machine WA RRUANTED F~ORt 3 T EARS.
Send for Crer:Iar.
C. A. WOOD COMPANY,
17 Niorth* loth Si., Philadelphia, Fay
Protect Your Eyes!
~I~CT AC L(E&
PATS JULYI1i 1878.
MR. H*. HIIRSCHIBERG
The well-known Optician of 107 N. Fourth
Street, (ursder Planters House) St. Louis,
has appointed J. G. DINKINS &~ CO.. ot
MANNING, S. C., as Agent for his celebrat
ed Diamond Spectacles and Ey( glasses.
These Glasses are the greatest inven' . n ev
er made in Spectacles. By a prop, - con
struction of the Lens a person purchasing a
pair of these Non-Changeable Glasses never
has to change these Glasses fromi the eys
and every pair purchased are guaranteed,
so that if they ever leave the eyes (no. maLt
ter how rustedl or scratched the Lenses are)
they will furnish the party with a new pair
of Gaw, j fre 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
.1. G. DINKiINS & CO..
*Druggists and Opticians.
Missrc(o. S. C
Golden Grain Whiskey !
IHE PIRE PRODUCT OF THE CHOICEST GRAIN, CAREFULLY.
I selected fresh from the harvest, and distilled by an improved process.
Rich and Natural Grain Flavor, Bright Color, and Smooth, Relishsome Taste,
preserved in perfection. Wholesome as a beverage, effectual as a tonic, in
fallible as a Restorative, and peerless for Family u-; always uniform at the
standard of excellence.
No. 103 EAwr 7&rr S-rrr,
XEW YORK, OcroDER 8'TH, 1886.
W. A. SINCLAIR, EsQ.-Dear Sir-In answer to your note of this date.
asking me what liquor is best for your use, I would say that I now recom
mend the "GOLDEN GRAIN WHISKEY," to all of my patients. I have
fully tested it, and know it to be perfectly pure, of fine flavor, and altogether
superior to any other brand that I have met with.
Yours truly, J. R. LANE, M. D.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
M.A NING-, S. C.
The Finest Liquors, Segars, and Tobacco, Dispensed at
THE MANNING SALOON, at Charleston Prices.
GRO)CERIES! GROCERIES GROCERIES!
At tb.e LCwest Pr.ces.
Candies and Confectioneries.
Ladies' and Misses' MILLINERY GO 0
Mrs. Edwards' IS THE PLACE!
Everything Sold at the Cheapest Prices.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR If, BE SURE THAT YOU GET IT.
Venable's Blue Jeans.1
--Made of Finest Old
MELLO3W T A CO
99 Every Plutr Guiararteed to Please. or Moner willbe Re
funded. For sale by M oses I.eVi.
Feb. 2. '87.
NORTH-EASTERN R. R. CO. OF S. C.
Conde n~ed &hedule.h
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
No 15, No. 23. i No. 27.
Dated May 1st, 1887. Old No. 42. Old No. 48. 1 Old No. 40.
I Daily. Daily. | Daily.
Leave Florence ............ . 20 P. r. 6 5) A. y. 1 A0 A. M.
Leave Kingstree............ 7 37 P.:. 806 " 230
Leave Lanes.e............... 800 833 250
Arrive Charleston........... 0 00 11M of 500
No 53 runs solid daily, except Sunday, and No. 55 Sunday only, from Columbia to
Charleston, via Sumter and Lanes. leaving Columbia 5.27 p. m., arrive Charleston 9.45 p m.
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
No. 78. ' No. 66. No, 62.
Old No. 47. Old No. 43. Old No. 45.
Da -1ily. Daily. Daily.
Leave Charleston............ 12 25 . M. 3 55 P. X.
Leave Lanes ................ 250 A. m. 848 6 15
Leave Kingstree...... ..... 3 10 A. -. - 08 63z "
Arrive Florence ............ 420 1028 " 750
No. 61 connects at Florence withtrain from Wadesboro and all points on C. & D. and
C & S. Railroads.
No. 52 leaves Charleston daily, except Sunday, 7 00 A. M., and runs solid to Columbia
via Lanes and Sumter, art iving Columbia 10-55 A. M. No. 51 leaves Charleston Sundays
only at 8.45 A. N.. arriving Colnmbia 1 00 P. 31.
No-. 15, 23 and 27 make connection at Ash'y 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, Washaington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New
York, and all points North.
J. R. KENLY, JNO. F. IYVINE, T. 31. EMMERSON,
Sup't Trans. Gen'i Snp't. Gon'! Pssenoor Art
WITH BUTTON-HOLE H
.L N 3 W H O V LI V
RegistrationNotice. S. " MiAcCHANTs.
I will be at the Court House (Clerk's of- S le Agen t o S.C
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 PLOV GHS
official business. DOW LAW COTTON PLANTER
AND GUANO5 DISTRIBUTORS.
S. P. HOLLADAY, Iron Age Harrows and Cultivators, Roman
Supervisor of Registration, Clarendon Plough Stock, Washburne kMoen's
Cournty. P.O0. address, Panola, S. C. Galvanized Fence Wire, Chamn
ion Mowers and lieapers.
.WATSONS TURPENTINE TOOLS
Manufactred in Fayettevle, N. C. Every
c. Tool absolutely warranted and
ToB Icco, Iic NN U T.Aso Dealers In
TOBCCO CCUM PrES IEC- GENE1UAL HARDWARE,
Sole agents for the celebrated AGRICtsRAL STEE
HoopIron Horse and Mule Shoes, W
County Pand Tinwared Coopers toolsC Miners
Tools, Cutlery, Guns and Sport
B olAD XE, in Arcles.
GOLD BARS, Prices mde on applicaliom.
RED NW. F. B. HNswoTH, Sumter, S. C.
CORO.0N FTl. B. S. Dnxs, M'.zoS. C.
sHAYNSWORTH & DINKINS,
BfTocco, CTr1:.rNEYS AT LE-rc
b rnd aof Foa c y od-c a an ae o
ManufacturerdnF. M a yil l, S. C.
Tol bsluel wrrntd2 n
Sciaties, Scratches Oaatrate&
Lumbage, Sprains, p niol ,
Rheuma-im. Strains, araptiens,
Burns, Stltches, Ioo All
Scalas, 'stifloit, Screw
Stings, Backache, Wrm
Bites, Galls, Swinney,
Bruises, Scres sadaiseek,
Bunions, Spavin Plies,
Corns, Cracks, 4
THIS COOD OLD STANDeBY
accomplishes for everybody ezactywhat Jcclaimn
forit. Oneof the reasons forthe great populartyet
the Mustang Liniment Is found in Its universal
The Lumberman needs it In case ft sdent.
The Housewife needs It for generatlamly ase.
The Canalerneeds it for his teams and his mea
'he Mechanic needs It always on his wef
The Minerneeds It Inesse n o emergeey.
The Pioneerneedsit-can'tgetalongwIthout 1
The Farmer needs It In his house, his stabKe
and his stock yard.
The Steamboat man or the Boatman needs
itin liberalsupply alostadashore.
The Horse-fancler needs I-It Is his
friend and safest reliance.
The Stock.grower needs it-4t will save hiN
thousands of dollars and a world of trouble.
The Railroad man needs It and wil need It so
long as his Ufe is around of ao-mtasand danguess.
The Bat'kweodsmaa needst. ThweIsnotb
ng like It as an antidote for Ihe dangers to lig
lmband comfort whichsurround the ploneer.
The Merchant needs Rtabout his stornamong
his employees. Accidents will happen, and when
thesecome the Bustang Lstament iswaated atono,
Keep a Bottle latheese. 'Tis the b4
Keep anottle in tebFaetery. I sdoam
use in case of accidewsaves pain and lo etwa .
Keep a Bottle Always Ia the Sabe SW
use when wanted.
Fast Line between CAi nsov AXr
COLUMIA .AD UPnER SouH CAnOLA.
GoINo WEST. Go3NG EAST.
7.20 A. . 'Lv Charleston, S. C. Ar. 9.10 P.M.
8.40 " " Lanes, " "7.45
9.33 Is - unmter, 64" 6.42
10.40 Ar. Columbia, Lv 5.27
3.02 P. M. "Winnsboro, " 3.48 "
4.18 " " Chester. " " 2.45
6.05 " " Yorkville, " 11.45 A J9
7.01 '1* Lancaster " " 7.00 "
5.0 " "[Rock Bill, "- 2.02r P
_.15 " "[Charlotte, N. C. " 1.00
12.48 rM Ar. Newberry, S. C.ILY 3.04 P i
2.42 "j Greenwood, - " 12AA"
6.30 " I" Laurens, " " 9.10 A
447 -" A4nderson, " " 10.22"
6.33" " Walhlla, " " 8.20"
4.0 "I~beile." ' 11.05 "
3.20 " " Spartanburg" "I 12.10-, M
7.10 " " , edesn' C - 7.00
in Sundays train will leave Charleston,
. C., 8.45 A. M., arrive Columbia 1.00 P,.
M. Rieturning leaves Columbia 5.27 P. M.,
rrives Charleston 9.45 P. ML.
Solid Trains between Charleston and Col.
mbia, S. C. Special Parlor Cars atiached to
his train between Charleston and Colum.
bia. No extra charge for sent in theae
ars to passengers holding First Class tich,
T. M, Eernssoi,
Gen'l Pas. Agent
J. F. Divrvr.
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 180
Meeting street, Charlestdftr, &. C.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Foreign
ad Domestie Chemicals, Glassware
Spices, Brushes, Essential Oils, Sur
ical Instruments, Perfumery, Fan~ey
oods, SHOW CASES, of all sizes,
ad all articles usually found in a
First-class Draig House. Prices low
Qnick sales and smallprofits.
The undersigned respectfully offers his
ervices in this and adjacent counties as a
[and Surveyor, and will faithfully execute
vhatever work may be entrusted to him.
J. E. SCOTT,.
Manning, S. C., March 16, 1887.
GRAND, UPRiGHT, & SQUARE,
Tone and Durability
185-1ew Orleans Exposition-Two Gold'
Medals for U~pright and Square.
1881- Boston (Mass.) Exposition-Pfrst
Prize for Square Grand.
1878-Paris Exposition-For Square and!
187-Phiadelphia Centennial-For Square,
Upright and Grand.
And also over
200 FIRST PREMIUMS
at State and county Fairs.
Have the endorsement of over 100 different
Colleges and Schools as to their durability.
A large assortment of SECOND-HAN~D Prix
os always on hand. General wholesale
agents for Falace, New England and Bar
de t Organs.
Pianos and Organs sold on easy mont~iy
Pianos taken in exchange. also thorough.
ly repaired. Send for Illustrated Piano or
CHAS. M~. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,