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WEDNESDAY. JUNiE 15, 1887.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One Year, in Advance S1.50, or S2.00 i
the Expiration of Six -Month-s.
Advertisemats-Per Square, first in
Each subsequent insertionn. 50e.
.W Contract Adverti'ing at reduced
Dysentery and measles are still rag-I
ing in the Jordan neighborhood.
Mr. E. 0. Ingram stands his exam
ination for entrance into West Point
Have you ever tried one of the
Manning Guard Cigars. The best
smoke on record at Dinkins & Co.
The Guards are expecting their uni
forms this week. They will have a
dress parade soon after receiving
Mr. T. S. Bonham, after a pleasant
visit of two weeks to his brother Mr.
W. B. Bonham, returned on last Sat
urday to his home in Cola.ubia.
Mr. Scott Harvin has just finished
burning a kiln beyond his mill, con
taining 247,000 brick, and is making
another quite as large.
We were shown yesterday, a beau
tiful June apple by Mr. W. B. Bon
bam. It came from the orehard of
Mr. W. A. Barfield.
The May report of the department
of agriculture printed on another page,
shows a promising outlook for the
crops of the State. It is more en
couraging than for years.
Quite a party from Manning took
advantage of the cheap excursion rates
last Sunday and paid a short
visit to the "Earthquake Burg." The
fare was small-$1 for the round trip
Messrs. T. Warrington Oliver, H.
W. Mitchum, and Wi. .Jenkinson,
who have been for the past year in at
tendance at the Manning Academy,
left last week for their homes.
Mr. Henry Cuttino, of Sumter, had
his bead badly cut, while bathing a
few days ago. The wound is more
serious than was at first reported, and
will, after healing, leave a scar.
About V, A. 3. on Monday last, the,
kitchen of Mr. Scott Harvin was dis
covered to be on fire. The alarm was
promptly sounded, but the fire was
.extingmished before any damage was
Any person desiring to try their
hand at silk culture, will be supplied
with a limited number of silk worms
upon application to Colonel A. P But
ler, Commissioner of Agriculture, at
The closing exercises of the color
ed school, taught by Mrs. Ada R2.
Stewart, will begin on Thrarsday
morning next, at 9 o'clock, with a pub
lic examination. On Friday eveuing,
there will be an exhibition by the
The board of health of the town .'s
at work promoting its sanitary inter -
ests.5-There action is well-timed as
there is much demanding their atten
tion. It is the duty of persons to
keep their back premises cleav A
hint to the wise is suf.icient.
Union services were held on last
Sunday night in the Methodist Church1
where the Rev. yames McDowell offici
ated. They will take place on next
Sunday evening at the Presbyterian
church, when Rev. Mr. Mood will con
Captain A. Levi spent several days
in Sumter last week. While there ha
met Gen. W. E. Jr commanding
3rd Brigade, who u... ,ver endeavor
ing to induce the companies of the
.4th Regiment to encamp at Darling-i
ton instead of Spartanburg. It is be
lieved he will succeed.
Last Thursday and Friday was
unanimously conceded to be the warm
est days in the year, the thermometer
in some places reaching above 100 in
the shade. But on Friday night quite
a blow came up, lowering the temper
-ture considerably, and making blan
kets and overcoats very desirable.
This weather still continues, and its
effect on the crops is feared.
A gentleman from the suburban
country, says: Coming into town on
Monday, he was surprised to see eve
ry man along the road, paying as
much attention to the cultivation of
his sassafras bushes as his cotton, but
couldn't understand it until he reach-I
ed town, and found coffee sellinge at1
30 cents per pound.
The Central Railroad now has six
daily trains-three each way. In a l
dition to the-regular passenger which
still runs as heretofore, there is one
which passes to Charleston at 8.45 in
the morning,, and returns in the even
ing, passing Manning just after the
down passenger reacues here. It is a
very convenient schedule for those
wishing to spend only a day in
There was quite an interesting
game of base ball last Thursday at
this place between the junior nines of
Sumter and Manning, in which the
latter came off victorious by a score of
27 to 21. There was some good play
ing done and for awhile it seerne I
that victory had perched on the ban
ner of the 'gamecocks;" but good
batting soon brought the locals out
RIDGE SPRNDG, June 6. "Our Baptist
Church in conference yesterday called
to the pastorate of the church, the Rev.
g. W. Perry, of Statesville, N. C. Mr
Perry preached here last Sunday and
unanimous and enthusiastic. He is a
strong preacher, a man of deep learn
ing and piety. a native of Lancaster
county of this State, though a portion
of his early life was spent in Florida.
He completed his education in tho
University of Leipsie, G eriany."
Mr. Perry is remembered here as
the popular pastor of the Manning
Baotist Church. It is understood that
he will acctjir the call to the Ridge
Spring Chureb. The prospect of his
return to South Carolina is gritifving
news to Baptists througho.t the State.
The Bethel correspondent of the
Williamsburg Hrald, writes as follow:
Bethel Sundav School has been or
ganized under favorable auspices. Rev.
S. E. Bishop, Superintendent: S. A.
Burgess, Assistant Superintendent;
W. H. McElveen, Secreta.ry. Fifty
schnlars have been enrolled.
The Bible class, taught by
Rev. S. E. Bishcp, numbers twenty.
We have had tine seasons, conse
quently the crops are looking well.
March co:n is from waist to shulder
high; some are kying by. Cotton
also looks well. The farmers are
pushing ahcad with a vim. The o ,.t
crop is not very good, being mostly
the spring planting.
Miss Virginia Con, ers, of Manning,
. Gisiting friends in this neihbor
iood. Come on, fair ladies, we are
dlways glad to see you.
Some of our young men must have
sweethearts, judging from the number
>f visits made.
Health of community good with
he exception of colds.
oniiencenent of the Manning Academy.
The patrons and friends of the Man
ing Academy, filled that institution
ast Wednesday Cycling, to witnecs
.he commencement exercises attend
nt upon the close of its fifth year.
The Manning Academy has grown
n popularity year by year, under the
:dicieut management of its able corps
if instructers, until at the end of this,
is fifth year, finds it first in place
imong the acadc mic institutions oL the
state. Its course ot instruction fits
Le graduate to enter the higher
branches of our classical colleges, or
quipped him to enter any of the ma
ay vocations of life, prepared to com
pete successfully with diplomates of
uore celebrated institutions. The
?tertainment furnished Wednesday
vening was in keeping with the rep
tation of the Academy. It consisted
hiefly Of declamnatious, with here and
here a song or a dialogue.
Master Adolphus jBrunson, played
he only piece of instrumental music.
i gold pen had been offerred by the
teachers as a prize for the best de
aimer of the evening. A committee
:onsisting of Rev. H. M. Mood, Messrs.
Joseph F. Rhame and J. E. Scott, was
ppointed to till the place of Judge in
:hoosing out the winner. The com
ittee after listening to the end re
.ired to compare notes and to the sur
rise of the spectators returned with
he announcement that they could not
gree. It was a "ge" "hor" business
etween two and tne third thought
he prize lay between thirteen or fou:a
een girls, and a like number of boys.
En consequence of this, Professor Net
tes stated that the prize would be
put up again at the December exhibi
The crowd was dismissed with an
ivitation to attend the exercises of
he Thompson Literary Society on
he following evening at which the an
iouncement was made that the prizes,
onors, and reports of the school
vould be read out.
The attendance was larger than the
>reioL~s night. At the instance of
~rofessur Nettles, principal of the
Leademy;, M. C. Galiuchat, Esq., acted
s president pro temn of the society.
The following is the programme o
Prayer, Ly lRev. .James McDowelL.
A Recitation- -The Death of Abso
lo-by Miss Susie Lesesne. Her
elivery was chaste and beautifuL.
Next was an essay by Miss Addie Mc
Faddin. She chose for her theme,
"Human Nature," Her comp~osition
showed intelligent thought and care
ul study. Messrs. Horton Rigby and
John Wilson representing the attirmn
tive, .and Tom Wilson and William
J(nkinson the negative, debated the
qpestion of national aid in the cause
feducation. All the speeches were
.ost creditable to the debaters. The
reat Blair might have opened his
yes in surprise, at hearing some of
tie arguments advanced by the youth
bl orators pro, and con. It was de
i.ded by Messrs. H. H. Lesesne, J. E.
Scott, and W. E. Erown, committee
a ppointed for the purpose, ii at the af
irmnative speakers besL supported their
side of the query.
Mr. H. W Mitchunr, the anniversar3
rator of the society, delivered an ex
cmedingly fine oration. "S uth Caro
lina," was his subject. It has been
de subject of lavish praise.
M. C. Gallu-:bat, Esq., as president,
made a well- tinx d impromptu speech
of 15 minutes.
Next came the most interesting part
with the p.:pils,-the delivery of the
prizes. Miss Addie McFaddin was
the only graduate. She finished the
course with high distinction, winning
the gold medal, which was tue reward
of the scholar making the best marks
in all studies during the year. On
I Je medal is inscrided, "Manning
A cademy; First Honor; June 1887.'
P rof. Nettles delivered the prize.
M isses Tillie Wolkoviskie, and Frankie
lodge, were close comp.etitors for
t his medal. Indeed there was only a
ractional difference between the
2narks of the three. Miss Wolkovis
1 e can c dmii the distinction of being
he juniev by several years of the oth
e r two. Siiss Woikoviskie came it
f or the scholarship prize in the inter
i 2ediate department, Rev. James M(
)owell presented it to her. Mia
I 3anche Wells won the scholarshii:
1>rize in the primary department;- J.
oft the pr:e t.>r pie.aar. t se
names of the following stuleIs were
reali out as havinig miiol (stito
during the year:
Addie McFa:lin, Win.. nino, Mn
he E?-nal1 CLar."ondu arn ~u .n
drson. Tr::nk .-. ,trvyM h
Wa!r 7trenten i r, C 1. e 1-- Ti k,
rovi..je, . ( * dieh . ('5 ilE *s '
Nvttie. vc:tr, row- e lo, stad i hi
Tile AcademV building was b-re
turned over to tle siult1s, who held
their annuoal reception. On both
evenings the Manning tring Band
furuishted the music.
For the benefit of the people on the
Oakland Circuit, and whomsiever Clse
it mar concern, I beg leave to sabmit
through your excellient paper, a pro
gamm Of My appoil,'ntmts.
The appoilitilelits noW stand as
First and tUird Sundays, ai onit,
Sumetcr eity, at 11 Aei.k, . .
atnd et Lewvis Chapei, at 4.:3t r.a:
Second L fourth 0- n1days, at ():.
Grove at, 11 o'cock, .m. s., anti at O ik -
land station, at 5 r. m.
W. B. DrseA,
Pastor in Charge.
A ERMDSTR YERI
Disirleda2t, Deodorizer Antiseptic,
FOR SAFETY, CLEANLINESS AND COMORT
USE 1T IN EVERY SICK-ROOM.
Will keep the atmosphere pure
and wholesome; removing all
bad odors from any source.
Will destroy all Disease Germs,
infection from all Fevers,
and all Contagious Diseases.
A second case of SCAP.LrT FEvER has never been
known to occur where tLe Fluid was freely used.
YE.LLow FEvER has
en cured with it after
CONTAGID0 CK VO-1T hadl TA
-s n,.Acr,. Its ueL mn
DESTROYEi A ox"""
T PrTTING. The
.t cases of Dirm
THERIA have VILD1. Attendants on
the Sick will secur -ction from Ii
fectious Diseases t. '.: the Fluid.
Pcrf-:ctly harnc.ss, used ...lly or extcrnly.
AS AN INTERNAL DISINFECTANT
Taken or injected or used as a wash it
allays intlammation and corrects ofren
sive discharges. The Fluid Is a certain
cure for Diarrhoa. Dysentery and Tn
lrmmation of the Bowels. Being Alka
line in its nature it will often afford
comple-te relief from llcartburn, Acid
ity of the Swin'tomy and Dyspepsia.
ENDoRSED--y J. M.n Sims;, M. D., Jos.
Le Cm:-., N1. )., Pro I T. Lupton, !i-h .p G.
F. rirc'. ]4ho; W. M. wightmnan. Re'. C2s.s F.
D),mr.. . Ric.id Fu!!.r, Hon. Alex. H1.
st,::::, iie A. J. w . r,
J. .. ZE!UL- & CO., P de ida.
After June 2,'th, I will be prepared to
give private instruction to young n. and
bxys, des'gning to en:er cige.- orcd
W. B. 1ONIIAM.
Eggs E2.00_Per Setting.
BRiGE'r BRiAHIs, W irrF.r GoN
Bnowx LEGOiNns, PLYxorrH Rooss,
All parties purchas;ing EGGS fromt Eber
Blodgett & Co., C'harleston, S. C.. repjorting
poor batch. cased by any fault of the Eh.ss.
will be furnished with other Eggs, by ad
vi sing thsemt of the resnlt.
Circulars mie d) 1upon request.
Brown's Fnrniture Stoe.
DAN'L BROWN, Proprietors
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
222 King Street,
Charleston, S. C.
lron Levers, Ste leaioeis
Taro Beam and ltam Box for
Eserygsize Scale. For free price ls
mendthi1 parer sad addres
N JONES OF BINGHAMTON,
BINGHA4MT ON. N. T
To The Peopef and~aron :
I am the Agent for the Cel
PR AT T GIN.
SAll tis mnachiniens is direct
from the faetory itnd will b. sold at
the Factory Prices. It will be
to thie advanftag~e of purchasers to call
on me before btuying.
Fa M. 1 v.
WAN-Ir Il:A Iwye
Prio.isions, Liquors, Tobacco, Etc
w m & M Tu .i a . Chlaik-ston. *' C.
1 f u t.:ry 1ei n .
.s. A I T p $15. N' 7 ('.k.l:
op $C. No. S t' k St.m: f $12, are
.rrxt. stisi \~.ratte .
J1. 1). I:.'TlumFl. Chester. S. C.
. (E Uma-6,-. D. . . "l:.
LSign of the God -ortar.]
) irs, Me n & ('I wnuiu~i's.
Pz in . () is. I .ts.
Perfiunerv. Sti joneryx
Fanev au-''.)ilet Articles.
Fine ('i(jor.i!and Tobce.S
.nd everythiing usuall'1-:ept in a F~
Cw~s Drug Store.
Jompetition WVe Defy !
SOar P i ties are as LOW ns
bas:me of C('arh;:ten or Sumter, or a:y
own in tle State.
Paints, Oils, and Glass.
We are now fully stocked with
aints, Oil4. Glass. Putty, Paints,
)rushes, tarnishes. ke., which we are
elling at the lowest prices.
S'ILL IN THE LEAD!
THE MAN --- AD I6AR ."
'he. Best 5) Cents Cigar in
-WE .IE A(;ENTs rn
Sure and Complete Cure for
ever and Ague.
Liver Complaints, etc.
15 Cents per Bo#tle.
r Prescriptions carefully com
ounded by day or uight. 9aa
J. G DINKNS & C0.
F. N. Wilson,
INSURANCE AGEN T
,I.NNING, S. C.
MOISE & IIUGGINS,
Attorneys at Law,
Aaanning, S. C.
O1dice South of Court House.
.A.. I..E :37I
Attorney at Law.
Manning, S. C.
reNotary Public vith seaL
J. E. SCOTT,
~ttorney and Counse!!or at Law,
Prtc ou ys
CT Cb yl
Tewlnow fcino N M
Stret (u - Pln.r l s t
edPraotdec clesan Eyels!e
Thee lase ae hegratetM vnine
ernae nS.CTAC LyaprpS o
ter how rse or scrtc.-d' the Lses :lae
'they . will *ash~ theL ii.: .t with a n pai
J: u.. D pcINK~INS& P COi
wisht sahI'tis i.*, hemselve o the t sp
ri riyL of thir Glasse over any gan ed oi
ers now~ in use, to ctl xnn the samc
J. G. DINK NS & CO.,
DruflggniU, O tal and opmiethciant,
Colen )rai Whiskey!
HEPUE PROD~CT OF' THEL CHOICEST GRAIN, CAREFULLY
seleeted fresh frou Ihe harvest, una distilled by an improved pocess.
I:ch and Natur! Grain Flavor, Bright Color, and Smooth. IIishsomie laste.
preserved in perfeci-,. Wholesome as a beverage, eil'eefual as a tome. u:
idib 1 i o as ntrrative, ani peerless for Family use; always uniform at the
s;tandard of excellence.
o. 10 3 kE . r ri::
NEW YO!I, Ocr 'onsa-rn, 1886.
W. A. SINCEAITR, Eq.---Dear Si--.1n answer to your iote of this date,
asking me what liquor is best for your r: I wouId 9:1y thatt I now recom
:uend the "GOLDi',N G .AIN WHISKEY, to all of my 1patients. I have
fully tested it, and know it to be perfectly pue, f fine flavor, and atogether
superior to any other brand that I have met with.
Auurs truly, R. LANE. D.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
S. WOLKOV SKIE, Agt
MANNING, S. 0.
The Finest ILquors, Segans, zand Tobacc-, Dispeused at
T I E 31ANN1N G SALOON, at Charleston Prices.
GIROCERIES! GROCERES GROCERIES!
a/Lt tcae Low;vveat Micte.'
Candies and Confectioneries.
Ladies' and Misses' MILINERY GOOD in
Mrs. Edwarcs' IS THE PLACE!
Everything Sold at the Cheapest Prices.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR I f, BE SURE THAT YOU GET IT.
Venable's Blue Jeans.
Made of Finc st Old
ME LT- C L0~V 7 T OB 3 A,4 C C O.
9Z Eivery Plug. Guaranteed to Please. 01 1oney willbe Re
funded. For sale by M oses .evi
Feb. 2. '87.
NORTH-EASTERN R. R. CO. OF S. C.
Con de Schd&.i
No 15, No. 23. No. 27.
Dated May 1st, 187. 0'1 No. Old No. 48. Old No. -10.
Dailv. Daily. Daily.
Leave Florence............ Gf21. G 50 A. m. 1 30 A. M.
Leave Kingstree............ 7:37P. . 8 "r 2:30
Leave Lanes................ 8 " 50
Arrive Charl1ston100 "
No 5: rnns soliji Ii.ly. < :cept Sanday, and No. 55 Sanday only, from Columbia to
Charloston, via Smnt er and LanesI. leving Colmi 527 p. i., arrive Charleston 9.45 pm.
T RAINS GUNG SOUTH.
No 76. No. 66. -No. 62.
G. INo. 47. Old No. 43. 0M No. 45.
Daily. Daily. Daily.
Ieave 1iu--ston ............ 2 . . .355. ..
Le.avc LTane ................ 2 10 . 848 " 615 "
Leav Kingstree. ...... ..... 3 10 k. -x. 9 08 " 6 33
Arriv Floren ce . ..... .......4 :20 10 28 7 50
No. 66 Ionnects it Florence f ithtrirom Walesboro and all points on C. & I. and
C & S. Railroads.
No. 52 leaves Charleston daily. except Sunday, 7 00 A. M., and runs solid to Columbia
via Lanes and Sumter. ar.ivin1- Columia 10 55 A. 3I. No. 54 leaves Charleston Sundays
univ at S.5 A. L. arriving Columbi- 1 00 P. M.
N04. 15, 23 and 27 make connection at Ashly J. :ction with C. & S. . R. for Savannah
and Florida points.
Nos. 7F, and 15 run solid to Wilmington, N. C., making close co-nrection with W .&
W. R. .. for Norfolk, Petersburg, Richmond, Washington, Baltino . _'hiladelphia, New
York. and all points North.
J. R. KENLY, JN r.. F . DIVINE. T. 31. EMIERSON,
Sup't Trans. In Si't. Gen'l Passenger Act
Registation Notice. - IARDW ARIE ERCHANTS.
I 139 MIEETING STREET, Charleston, S. C.
I will be at the Court House (Clerk's of- Sl get o
Sole Agents For
fice), the first Monday in every month, to STARKE'S DIXIE PLOLUGHS,
allow persons coining of age since the last WATT PLOUGHS,
election to Register and to attend to other AVERY A SON'S PLOUGHS
a bsnDOW LAW COTTON PLANTER
oPticial.businesAND GUANO DISTRIBUTORS.
!i. P. HOLLADAY, iron Age Harrows and Cultivators, Roman
Supervisor of Registration, Clarendon IPlough :-toek. Washburno & Ioem's
County. P. O. address, Panola, S. C. Galvanized Fence Wire, Cham
pion Iowurs and He.pers.
Follin Bros., WATSONS TURPENTINE TOOLS
Manufactured in Fayetteville, N. C. Every
Tool absolutely warranted and
ITA R L E S O 3\, S. C. TOol if broken will be
I:nmAI.]:3 IN Also Dealezs In
Toncco, Cro.s, Pirs-i, Erc. GENERAL HARDWARE,
Sole agents fur the celebrated I AR W R
1 0 ~AGICULTUMAL STEE
brands of tobacco- IHoop Iron, Horse and Mule Shoes, W
and Tinware, Coopers tools, Miners
Tools, Cutlery, Guns and Sport
(GOLD BA1. Prices made on application.
RI ED M E AT, W. F. B. IIATSsWOrTU, Sumter, S. C.
COP O-N 1ETl, ID. S. D Is,3310 S. C.
LTCK. HAYNSORTH & DINKINS,
B3i.:w:. ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
SmE.TE. Manning, S. C.
George W. Steffens,
M . or ea~.Auction andomission O Ierchant and
Isaac M LoyalIQUOR DEALER.
I 197 & 199 East Day, Charleston, S C.
W IT7.# Agent for the Clayton & Russel Bil
LOUIS COHEN & CO, ers, and the celebrated road cart.i
Tlry and Fancy GOOdS cGahan, Bates & Co.
:31 King Street,.........Charleston, s. C.- JOBBERS OF
Any orders intrusted to me, winl receive Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing,
my be-st personal attention. .Prices and INos. 22G 228 an1d 230 Meeting St.
samples cheirfully sent on anrehtion. 2G
1J SA C MI. T'ORYEA. CHARLESTON, S.C.
klatica, Scratches, Contracted
Li ago, Sprains, Muscles,
Beumaam, Strains, Eruptions,
Burns, Stitches, Hoof Al,
Scalds, S tiffcoints, Screw
Stings, 2?kache, Wors,
Bites, Galls, Swinney,
Bruises, Sores, Saddle Gars,.
Bunions, Spavin Elles.
THIS COOD OLD STANdeRY
accomplishes for everybody exactlywhat iscsh.'
forit. One of the reasons for the great popuarty4
the Mustang iniment Is found Inits universal
applicability. Everybodyneeds such a medicine,
The Lumberman uc ,It In case of ldenit
The Hqusewife nee,.: It for generalfamy use.
.The Canaler needs It for his teamsand his men.
'The Mechanic needs It always on his work
The Miner needs it in case of emergency.
The Pioneer needsit-catgetalongwIthout it.
The Farmer needs it in his house, his stablk\
and his stock yard.
The Steamboat man or the BoatmanU.needs
it in liberal supply afloatand ashore.
The Horse-fancier needs it-It Is hisbes
friend and safest reliance.
The Stock-grower needs it-It will save him
thousands of dollars and a world of trouble.
The Railroad man needs It and win need it On
long as his life Is a round of accidens and dangers.
The Backwoodsman needs It. There Isnoth
Ing like It as an antidote for the dangers to life,
limb and comfort which surround the pioneer.
The Merchant needs Itabout his storeamen;
his employees. Accidents win happen, and when
these come the Eustang T-inlment Is wanted stone.
Keep a Bottle in the House. 'Tis the betof
Keep aBottle in the Factory. Itaimmediar
se in case of accident saves pain and loss of wages.
Keep a Bottle Always in the Stable for
use when wanted.
Fast Line between CARLESToN AND
CoIXMmIA AND UPPMuSoUm 1t Caor.A
Ge-,r. WEST. GomIo EAsT.
7.20 A. m.;Lv. Charleston, S. C. Ar. 9.10 r.x
L0 " iLanes, " "7.45 "
. imter; ' 6.42
10.40 ur. Co-lumbia, " Lv 5.27
3.(r 1. x. M Winnsboro, " 3.48
4. Chester, " " 2.45
G.65 " Yorkville, 11.45 A a
7.01 " ILancasti 7.00''
5.03 " IIRock Hill, " 2.02r ?
6.15 " "Charlotte. N. C. " 1.00
12.48 r .vAr. Newberry, S. C. L,v 3.04 P X
2.42 " "Greenwood,. " 12.44 "
6.30 ""Laurens, " "I 9.10?A t
4.47 " "Anderson, " 10.22"
.35 " " |Greenville, " ' 9.45" -
6.33 "" Walhalla, " " .8.20"
4.10 " ' |Abbeville. " ,11.05 "
3.20J " " |Spartanburg" "112.10 P M
7.10 "" Hendrson'l N C! " 7.00 A M
On Sundays train will leave Charleston.
. C., 8.45 A. M., arrive Columbia 1.00 P
1. Returning leaves Columbia 5.27 P.)
arrives Charleston 3.4-> P: M:
Solid Trains betwer-n Charleston and Col
umbia. S. C. Special Parlor Cars attached to
this train between Charleston and Colum -
bia. No extra charge for seat in these
ers to passengers holding First Class tick
T. M. Exnasos,
Gen'1 Pass. Agena.
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggnist, Nos. 131 & 133
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C'.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Foreigrn
and Domestic Chemicals, Glassware
Spices, Brushes, Essential Oils, Sur
deal Instruments, Perfumnery, Fancy
Goods, SHOW CASES,- of all sizes,'
and all articles usually found in a
First-ebtss Drug House. Prices low
Quick sales and small profits.
S URvETOR'S NOTICE.
The undersigned respectfully offers his
services in this and adjacent counties as a
Land Surveyor, and will faithfully execute
whatever work may be entrusted to him.
J. E. SCOTT.
Manning, S. C., March 16, 1887.
GRAND, UPRIGHT, & SQUARE.'
Tone and Durability..
185-Newv Orleans Exposition -Two Gold
Medals for Upright and Square.
1881- Boston (Mass.) Exposition-First
Prize for Square Grand.
1878-Paris Exposition-For Square andF
18e-P iaephia Centennial-For Square,'
Upright and Grand.
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-HAND PrwW
os always on hand. General wholesale~
agents for Palace. New Enigland and Bur
Pianos and Organs sold on easy monthly
Pianos taken in exchange, also thorough
lv repaired. Send for Illustrated Piano or
CHIAS. M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,