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THE LuAl MG TIMES.!
WEE-SDA, Y 13. 18387.
TEM, s OF SUBSRINPU*
One Year. in Ayance 1.O. or A2.00 at
the E.1ration of Sixc Months.
Advertimeuts.-Pr Square, first in
Each sn'osequn : rtil. 50c.
Ze' Contract. Avertising at reduced
Mrs. MNI. S. Cantey, of Sum merton,
is daug-rousy ill.
Frank Cooper, Esq., forcman of the
grand jury, was in town lat week.
The freight train leaves Manniun at
half past two o'clock, instead of half
past three as formeyr.
Happy and twice blessed is the
man who subscribes and supports the
Hot! dry ! Dusty! Exclamations of
the pedest'rians who trod the streets
Dr. G. Allen Huggins has euhaac
ed the attractiveness of his oice by a
coat of green paint.
Mr. F. W. Munneriyr, of Charles
ton, spent Sunday and Monday with
friends in town
Mrs. Isbell, tha niother of Mrs. J.
L. Shuford, is very sick at Summer
ton. She is visiting her daughter. 1
Rev. James McDowell will preach
in the Presbyterian church at Sum
merton, next Sunday at 11 o'clock.
The bandsomest oak in town is sit
uated in Mr. JT. A. Burgess' back Fard.
It equais in symetry any tree we have
Miss Ella Butler has returned home i
from Bishopville, wwhere she has been I
on an extended visit to her sister, Mrs. I
Mr. F. N Wilson is touring it in
GeorgetowD in the interest of the
Ecuitable Life Insurance Company,
Mr. Arthur C. Butler is at home on
a visit from Bishopvile, where he has1
been engaged in business for some
W. M. Butler, of Social Circle, Ga.,
son of the late Capt. Morgan Butler,
of this county, is here on a visit to re
latives, after an absence of thirteen
Persons going into the Court House
will notice a very neat sign marking
the ofice of the Probate Judge. It
was painted by Mr. H. R. Meldau.
The outside of this Thrss is all that i
is required in a perfect home journal. i
News matter and literary articles in- i
teresting and instructive to the read
er, make up the paper.
There will be a vacancy at the Cit
adel Academy on the graduation of I
-Mr. I. I. Bagnal, the last of this month.
This is a good chance for a young
man of merit to get an education.
Mr. W. H. Young has in his poses
sion a small mnetalie snuff box, which
was brought over from Ireland in 1776
by his great grand father. Its anti
quity gives it an inestimable value'
with Mr. Young.
It was announced from the Metho-i
dist pulpit here last Sunday, that the h
third Quarterly Conference would
convene in Manning July 16th and
17th. The presiding elder is expect
ed to preach Saturday and Sunday.
He will, also, if in town, conduct the<
union service at the Presbyterian
church Sunday evening.
And still the rain has evaded Man
rung. It has fallen in abundance with
but few exceptions in every other sec
tion of our county. The dust is dis
tressing to our citizens and parched
gardens and crops add further to our,
discomfort. What can be the cause
of the local curse ? Is it the wicked
ness of the place or that we are al- I
ready wet enough.
It seems strange that the reorgagiz
ation of the Manning Guards, should
fill a number of our citizens with
poetic aspirations. Quite a profusion
of their effusions have reached this
office, several pieces of which have ap
peared in print. It is to be hoped in
this time they are cured of this senti
mentality. Enough has been written
about the Guards, for a while at least.
Base ball is still a fever among us.
A game was played at Packsville on
the 6th between the Packsv'h :lub
and a team from Wedgefield, wu.ich
was about the finest game of the sea
son. At the close of the game the
score stood 7 to 9 in favor of Packs
ville. The Manning juvenile team
played two games last week, one with
tne Sumter club and the other with a
team from Juneville. They beat the
Sumter club by a score of 27 to 9.
Juneville gave them their Srst defeat.
The score was 14 to 17. The game be
tween the fats and the leans has been
indefinitely postponed. The Manning
first nine will play a. game with the
Panola club on the grounds hero this
Mr. J. M. Richmrdson, of Rosin Hill,
was in town Tuesday. He has in his
posession an old silver certiticate is- I
sued in Colonial times by authority of
the Colonial Congress. It bears the
following endorsement: "This Bill en
titles the bearer to receive Si~x Spanish
Milled Dollars, or the Value thereof
in Gold- or Silver, according to a Res
olution of Congress passed at Phila
delphia, July 22nd 1776." It has also
a picture of a paimetto tree. It is a
relic valuable on account of its nti
quity, as well as its realk:.t ; for ifj
we mistake not, it will be redeemled
The M ang iards' P cnic.
AN OCCASiON OF PLEASURE
Notwithstanding iCe lowering weath
er last Wednesdav morning, the Man
ning Guards, in their handsome new
uniform, andu accompamied by many
of their friends, stood weiting at ti:e
depot for the excursion train which
was to carry them to their first pienie.
Every or:e wore a happy smile, and a
glance at tia c-owd was sufficient to
show that a day brimful of enjoynent
was on hand. A few minutes after
aine o'cock the excursion train ar
rived, and the Guard,; were p to
see among those frvm Ida. Foreston,
.nd Brewington, a large dkgation of
the prettiest young ladies who, min
lmg their smiles and approving looks
ivith those of the beai!-ful and be
witching maidens of Manning, added
he finishing touch to tie anticipated
aleasures of the day. In a short time
ill were safely abard. and in fifteen
siinutes more were at the depot, about
.alf a mile from "Vernon," where the
)iCnie was to be held. Vernon is a
arge country residence, about ten
niles from Manning, situated in a 1
ine grove of oaks. Every room was
)m this ozcasion thrown open to the<
icnickers. In a short time the crowd
ad disposed of themseivs as best I
uited them. Some gathered in siall
rowds, an thxr lively conversation
Lnd merry laughter gave evidence j
hat time moved not wearily witli
hem. Others, in couples, seated in I
)uggies and other retired places,
eemed oblivious to all things around
hem, while from their subdued and t
juiet tones it could easily be seen
at they were discussing and contemi-<
)lating thi, :-s of lifetime importance.
In addition to those who went or
he traip, there was a nomnber of oth
:rs who went in buggies, and alto
;eher it was quite a large picnic par
v. The Sumter String Band had L
)een engag-ed for the occasion, and '
he sweet strains of music soon
rought together those who delighted
o trip the light fantastic, and this
Lmnusement was kept up all the day,
d was much enjoyed, the old-fash
. quadrille alternating with the
au re fashionable and alluring waltz.
t is not our intention to particularize,
)ut we cannot forbear mentioning the
>eauty and elegaut grace exhibited by t
, handsome young lieutenant and a
barming widow, as they led a ger
Ice-cream, cake, and other light re
reshments were to be had to the
earl's, or rather, to the appetite's
ontent, all during the day. At three
'clock dinner was announced, and on
long table beneath the shade of large
aks, was spread a bountiful feast of
li the delicacies and substantials that
he market could afford. Everything1
mas in abundance, and the dinner was
a full accord with all things else dur
ag the day.
Late in the afternoon the party
rifted back to the railroad, and at 7
'lock left for Manning, each one de
laring that he or she had spent a
2st pleasant day. The Guards may
el fully satisfied with the complete
access of their .first picnic.
SDToR or THE MIANNING Tin:
Last Wednesday morning, July 6,1
lawned gray and gloomy, and morej
han one heart sank at the thought of
robable disappointment, for this was
he day set apart for the picnic at
ernon. Nature, however, seemed to
epent of her cruel intention, and at
malf after eight o'clock, brightened in
manner encouraging to all. The
Guards" in their handsome and be
oming uniform, accompanied by a
mmber of their lady friends, boarded
ho regular 9 3o'clock train to be put
ff at the point nearest Vernon. We
aving left our youth, with its love of
~ayeties and follies behind us, prefer
-ed the less exciting enjoyment of a
uiet drive through the country, and
rriving at our destination at about
ial~f past 10, found ourselves only a
ew minutes later than the gay excur
;ionists. On glancing around at the
~rowd, beginning to collect in various
~roups about the grounds, about the
irst person we recognized was Mrs.
Ewards, who seated under the shade
>f a mammoth oak, was dispensing
ce-cream, and lemonade, in her usual
right and cheerful style. When we
ntered the enclosure we were met
md welcomed by our genial young
friend, Lieut. P. 1B. Thames. who con
ucted us up into the building. Here
he large hail had been cleared for
:ancing, and fairy slippered feet, were
twaiting the strains of "Simon's" well
mown band from Sumter, by which
we were delgl fully entertained until
:he always we1some hour of two. Pre
arations for dinner now began, and
:is feature of the programme the
S)urds also undertook to moanage,
but being unaccustomed to such do
nestie duties, Captain Levi returned
:o the house, and requested the as
istance of the ladies. This elegant
repast, Mr. Editor, I will not attempt
to describe; suffice it to say, that of
the finest quality, there was enough,
mnd tc' spare.
Awar all had been fully satisfied,
dancing was again resumed, while the
more sedate of us strolled around un
dler the gnzu-led oaks whose bald1
crowns seemed to have withstood the
storms of a century. At five o'clockj
the atmosphere grew intensely warmj
and sultry, and a perfect deluge of
rain fell for some time. This served
to make our drive homeward delight
ful, and we bade farewell to the crowd
fully convinced of the fact that the
pienic of the Manning Guards wa a
On Friday afternoon, at the Cross
Roads, a miatch game of base ball was
played by the second nine of Panola,
and Cross Roads, which resulted in
runs. They will renew their fight on
net SaIturday at 4 o'clock, at Panoi',
as the(1 Cross Itoads will not give it uI.
Th'e first team of Panola and Cross
Roads, comm anded resprctively by C.
W. Brown, and A. S. Biggs, made a
most desperate fight here on last Sat
urday at 4 o'clock, which resulted i
favor of Panolt by a s:ore of 10 to 12
runis. it is of no use to "fool alon'
wifii hthat 1)anola team. Boys, you had
better .not tackle that "Hen Peeked
Sumraierton, July 11, 1887.
Fragmeti s from Foreston.
Fonusrox, July 11, ISS7.
M . 5:IoR : We have had slight
;howers of rain occasionally for the
ast two wocds, which has kept the
Trops in a healthy growing state, so
hat we nuty say a good crop is a
;urety in this locality, though we
link a good wetting raiu wouid in
:rease the Tield in corn.
Water mellons are coming in freely
mid a very good quality, also berries
The hea lth and the morals of this
:ommunit y are so very good that our
octor ai: d justice both admit that
hey tind hoasiness quite dull ia their
The orainance of baptism was per
ormed ou Saturday last at 4 o'clock,
m., at the Baptist church, by Rev.
Jr. Mahoney; an interesting service
Vas held on yesterday morning and
tight by the same. Two additions to
The foll owing were the visitors to
ur city for the week ending July 8th:
Miss Mollie Crosland, of Beiinetts
-ille, to her sister, M'rs. P. P. Meekins
r;. S. E- Center, and Mrs. Langford
.d children, all of Wiunsboro; to
ev. J. S. Porter; Mr. A. P. Mcor
aick. of Little Rock. S. C., to his fath
r, D. E. M ai:; Mr. E1. Stach
Ud fauily, and Mr. W. A. Bragdon,
f Eastice, Fla., to Mr. J. J. Bragdon.
.hicklen's Arnica Salve.
The Bsr. Salve in the world for Cats.
,ruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt YReum, Fever
;ores, TetOr, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
orns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
vely cures Piles, or no pay req-aired. It
A'uaarantoe to give perfect satisfaction,
r mouny refunded. Price 25 cents per
oX. For sal by Dinkins & Co.
Mrs. C. ). McDowell.
This venerable lady entered into
est at.her home in Sumteron last
abbath morning at 2 o'clock. She
ame over from the last century, be
g, at the time of her death 88 years
d 6 months old
It is seldoin that we see such men
al and bodily vigor and activity dis
>ayed in old age as in her case. Even
[own to her last sickness, she took a
ively interest in all domestic and pub
c concerns and her aged form was
requently seen walking along our
treets or'seated in public assemblies.
Her Christian life, too, was as re
earkable for its vigor and activity as
hat of her mind and body. She was
ndeed a recognized mother in Israel,
aving been a member of the Church
or over 60 yoars, and during all that
ime, walking in the commandments
ud ordinances of the Lord blameless.
She was the mother of Mrs. Colonel
F. S. Richardson, of the Rev. James
JcDowell, of Mrs. Douglas, wife of
hv. James Douglass, of Fairfield, and
>f the late 2Jrs. :Robert Dick, upon all
>f whom the mantel of her piety has
allen in an eminent degree.
It may be truly said of her, that
aving faithf-ally served her day and
generation by her life, and left the
ich legacy of a godly example to the
vorld at her death, she came to her
-ave in a ful age, like as a shock of
orn comieth in his season.- Watchman
In Brief, And To The Point.
Dyspepsia is dreadful. Disorder
a liver is misery. Indigestion is a
e to good nature.
The human digestiv'e apparatus is
me of the most complicatea and won
erful things in existence. It is easi
y put out of order.
Greasy food, tough food, bad cook
ry, mental worry, late hours, irregu
ar habits, anda many other things
which ought .not to be, have made the
kmeican people a nation of dyspep
But Green's August Flower has
lone a wonderful work in reforming
his sad business and making the
~merican people so healthy that they
an enjoy their meals and be happy.
Remember:-No happiness without
2alth. But Green's August Flower
rings health anid happiness to the.
lyspeptic. Ask your druggist for.
>ottle. Seve~rty-five cents.
The County Agricultural Soecty of Clar
ndon Connty. will meet in the Court
E >use ot Manning. on Saturday, July 23rd,
ut 11 o'clock A. ar.
By order of y.AMES El. TINDAL.
1.utfls E. Davrs, President.
Notice to Creditors.
TIE STAT1E OF SOUT h CARlOLINA
CorN'rr oF CIAryNoN.
A LL PERSONS HOLDING CLAIMS
against the estate of Mary Woods, de
ceased, will1 present them to the undersign..
ed for ap'proval, and all persons indebted
to said estate w:ll make payment to
Jus. .J. MITfCHUM,
Executor of Mary Woods.
July 13, 1887.
Private Tuition. I
AMer JTune 20th, I will be preparca to
give private instruction to young men and
boys, designing to enter colleges or acade
A FATAL MISTAKE
e Tnz Cleveland (Ohio) Press,
of February 23d, 1883, pub
lished an accouit of a fatal
surgical operation which caused
a great commotion amiong med
ical men throughout the whole
tountry, Dr. Thar, the most
eminent surgeon in Clevcland,
pronouncing it scandalcus. It
appears that a M's. King had
been suffer-ig for many years.
from some diseas'e of the stom
ach, which had resisted the
treatment of all'the physicians
in attendance. ~ The disease
commenced with a slight de
rangement of the Uigestion,
with a poor appetiie, followed
by a peculiar indescribable dis
tress in the stomach, a feeling
tlat has been described as a
faint "all gone" sensation, a
sticky slime collecting about
the teeth, caums'g a disagree
able taste. This sensation was
not removed lby food, but, on
the contrary, it ras increased.
After a wi le the lhands and
feet bcame cold and[ sticky
a cold pesp i . There
was a cons~tant tired and lan
guld f'cing. Then olowed a
drecadl n rnses with
loony r l . Finally
t2: p.t.rt was nable to re
tain ai: Iod watever, and
th ere as ; t TaU1I in tae
abdomen. 'A prescribed rem
edics faur e relief, a
consuLtat i was hel, when it
was dcciUed t*h itho patient
had a cancer in the stomnach,
and in order to" -e iepatient's
life an operation was jistifi
able. AccordinlyV, on the 22d
of Febrzu-rv, 11-; the opera
tion was r: ircd by Dr.
Vance in t'3 p n of Dr.
Tucker:=a., Dr. Fe:-ier Dr.
Arms. D~r. orrc Dr.Cer
and Dr,. Ia? weI neo
Board.Th operation co:13ist
ed in iavin open the cavity
of the a.o men a" ' epos' g
the stomach andU boe ,l7hen
this had been done 'n ex!min
ation of the ol'TauS ws mnad,
but to the horor and dis-nay
of the d.&:-3 thee Was ino
cancer to be foamrd. The pa
tient did not ha.ve a caincer.
When too late the medicalmn
dicvee that they had riade
a terrible maizta:e; but they
sewed the parts together and
dressed the wound that they
had mnad, but the poor woman
san fromn exhaaustion andl died
in a few7 hor's. How sad it
must be for the husband cs this
poor womaan to know that his
wie died fr'on the elects of a
surgical opeation tat ug
never to have been teformed.
If this womian had'taien the
proper remedy for Dyspepsia
and Nrvous Prostration (for
this was what the disease really
wasy, she would have been liv
ing to-day. S z~z::Farace or'
Roors, or Sarm:L' CUnnTiY
Srea renedy - ade ex
pessly f'or Dyspie:ri or Indi
gestion, has resord many such
cases to merfect health arter all
other LLi s of~ treaet have
failed. Th- evi'dence of its
eiicacy in currg ~ this class of
cases is ico vouin'ous to be
read tha publie evidence in
favor or t:1s ayspeptic remed~y
dc not questin'iscnmm
nature, anl the articlp Las 9:1
Terms Cah With Order.
Stoves shipped from factory ineunaing s0
pieces. A Fla.t Top s15, No' 7 Cook Store
for 39., oven 15x17, weight 220 lbs. A Flat
Top s22, No. 8 Cook store for $12. oven
17x18, weight 280ilbs. Warranteed to give
J. Dv. ltATTEREE, Chester, S. C.
CA RLESTON, S. C.
Tome\co, Cs'wum, PIPES, ]ZPC.
Sole agents for the celebrated
brands of tobacco
T HE PURE PRODUCT OF TH11
selected fresh from the harvest,
Rich and Natural Grain Flavor, Brigh
preserved in perfect ion. Wbolesonic
fallible as a liestorative, aund ncerlcs
standard of excellence.
W.A. SINCLAIR. Eso.-PDear Sir
askin.-C me] whLt ]!ior is bes5t for vour
mnOd the "GOLEN GRAIN WH
fully fted it, anid know it to be perfe<
superi'r to :my otimr brand that I ha%
The Finexst Liquors, Segars
THlE MANNING SALOON, at
at. c teno
Candies and (
Ladies' and M iss cs' i
Everything: Sold at the Chear
ASK YlR fEALEr FOR i.
---Made of ]
1ZW cry PIu~f Guaraluteed
funded. For sale by 0 S
C. A. WO -
Go 4 Wsr Go'ixo E-r
4.8 "Chstr " " b24
7a.1I " j - .ancater "r 7.0
. " . " Clt te, . C "?i 1.00"
12.48BI r AXDr TPNeiry S. C.u u 3.0P.t
.20 ". "v CLarlestn, S. ". A 9.10 r..r
4.40 " Andes, " " 1.2
.33 " Gureni, ""6.2 "
.18 " " Cahster. " " .'"
.10 " " Abbville, " '- '1.05~ "
.20 " j" Spnartnbrg" " 12.10 P
7.15 " " hrot N C " 1.00
S.C.2.45 A. ..abrrveS CJlmi 3.00 B.
4.47id T ain soen, C" so an 10.2 -
thidas train will Charleston dClm
b. C., extra ch .arie fonsea 1.0 the
ars o passegersnholing. irs Clsstik
ninba. . C p T.a Palo Carsotsedt
Gen'l Paoa. Agent.
J. F. Dxx.
.JOIIN S. WILSON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
ManTiaif-. s. cu.
George W, Steffens,
Auction and Commission Merchant and
197 & 199 East Bay, Charleston, S C.
7 Agent for the Clayton & Ruissel Bit
ers, and the celebratedi road car.-'s;
McGahan, Bates & Co.
Drv Goods, Notions, Clothing,
Nos.' 22. 228 and 2:30 Meting St.
CHARLESTON S. C.
CHOICST GRAIN, CAIREFULLY
ind distilled by an improved process.
t Color, and Smooth, Relisbsome Taste,
as a beverage, efleitu a as a tni, in
,)r Family use; always uniform Lt the
No. 10: Exs- 78-rr Slr r.T.
NV YOIK, OCTOuER STH, 1-S93.
-In answer to your note of this date,
use, I woul:1 say that I now recom
;KEY," to all of ilmy patielts. I have
tiy pIu-, of ilue lavor, and altogether
e met with.
JT. R. LAEM. D.
V ISK E, Agt.
NG-, S. C.
and Tobacco, Dispensed at
JILLINERY GOOD in
ds' IS THE PLACE !
BESURE THAT YOU GET I.
TOP (CD A3 C C O.
to l'1ase. or Moneyl willbec Re
North Eastern Rail Road.
Dated May 1st, 1887.
TRAINS GOING SOUTH,
No 15, No. 23. No. 27.
*Daily. Daily. Daily.
Lve Foronce 6 20 P. r. 6 50 A. -a. 1 30 A. M.
Lv Kingstree 7 37 P. 31. 8 06 2 30
Lv Lanes.. 800 833 " 250
Ar Charleston 0 00 11 00 5 00
ro 53 rnns sclid daily, except Sunday,
and No. 55 Sanday only, fromColunibia to
Charleston. via Sumter and Lanes, leaving
Columbia 5.27 p. m., arrive Charleston 9.45
TR. S GOING SOUTF.
to. 78. No. 66. No. 62.
Daily. Daily. Daily.
Lv Charleston 12 25~ A.Y. . ........3 55 p. x
Lv Lanes~ 2 50a. M. 8 48 " o15 "
Lv1Kingstree 3 10A. M. 908 " 633 "
ArFlorence 4 20 "10 28 "7 50 "
No. 66 connects at Florence withitrain 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 Col
umbia via Lanes and Sumter, arriving 0o1
nmbia 10 55 A. M1. No. 54 leaves Charleston
Sundays only at 8.45 A. M., arriving Colami
bia~ 1 00 P. ME.
Nos. 15, 23 and 27 make connection at
Ashly Junction with C. & S. R?. R. for Sav
annahand Florida points.
Nos. 78, and 15 run solid to Wilmington,
N. C., making close connection with W .&
W. R. R for Norfolk, Petersb::rg, Rich
mond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadel
phia, New York, andall points North.
J. Rl. KENLY, JNu. F. DIVINE,
Supt Trans. Gen'l Sup't.
T. M1. EMERSON, Gen'l Passenger Agt.
Wilmington, Ccl, &, Augusta R, A,
[Dated June 19, 18b7.)
Trains Going South.
Daily, I No. 23. 1No. 27,
Except Daily. f Daily.
.......... 8.05 p. x. 10.10 p. ~x
Lv. L. Wacamaw,
..... ..... 9.25, P. Mr. 11.18 P. x
..... .....11.24 P. xz. 12.37 A. x1
6.40 P. x. 2.40 A. Mx. 2.40 A. xz
8.05 r. x. 4.24 A. xi. 4.24 A. xl
Trains Going North.
No. 78. Daily. No. 14.
Daily. Except Daily.
10.23 P. M. 05 .M......
11.52 P. x. 82 A .......
4.35 A. M. 94 .M .0r ~
5.15 A. it90.p r
Lv- L. Wacanmaw,
8.28.2 A. M .....45 .
Nos. 23 and 78 stop at all Stations except
Cain Savannah, Wateree and Simmos'.
IPassengers for points on C. & G. R. R.,
C., C. & A. R. RI. Stations, Aihzen JTunction,
and all points beyond, should take No. 23.
Pulman .'loeper for Augusta on this train.
Trains 6- and 56 make close connection
at Florence with Trainis on C. & D. Ri. Il.
J. R. KENLY, JOHN F. TINE,
Sup't Trans. .. :j 1upt
T. M1.-Exrasos, General Passenger Agent.
F. N, Wilson,
INSURANCE AGEN T
MAN'NING, S. C.
coo- WHY .70 TI! -000
- ess mecn and state ofefal. Indi
pr Ac whatoters tA bytry/ *,Oy.aaloe
etining fullInformation and testinonials free.
Sciatica, Scratches, Contraete
Lumbago, Sprains Emnsls
Rheumatism, Strains, Bruptions,
Burns, Stitches, Hoof AD,
scalds, 'StiffToints, Sew
Stings, Backache, Worm
Bites, Galls, Swli
Bruises, Sores, Sa&de uilB
Bunions, Spavin pslas
THIS COOD OLD STANDe4Y
accomplishes for everybody ezactlywbat isclainw4
forit. One of the reasons for the great popularity '.
the Mustang Liniment Is foundinits univer
applicability. Evorybodyneeds suCh amedici.
The Lumberman needs It In case of acedent.
The Housewife needs It for gnnaamtui r
The Canalerneeds itfor hlsteamsnd hisme
'Tho Mechanic needs it awas an h* oLk.
The Miner needs ItIncaseof emergency
The Farmer needs it In his house his sabMS
and his stock yard.
The Steamboat manor the BoenanneDI
it in liberal supply afloatand ashore.
The Horse-fancier needs it-It Is his.bes
friend and safest reliance. -
The Stock-grower needs it-it Wir Ses hini
thousands of dollars and aworido trouble.
The RailroadmanneedstsandwinneedIt wi
long as his life is around of accidentsand dangers
The Backwoodsman needsIt. Thereisnot
Ing like It as an natidote for the dangers to l10
limb and comfort which surround the planer.
The Merchant needs Itabout his strmao
his employees. Accidents will happe, and wh* t
I these oome the MustangLinimntIsantedstoncJ
Keep a Bottle iathe House. 'TIsthe beuot
Keep aBettle in theF ac'tyrr its knfet
use in case of accident saves painandioesewacez
Keep a Bottle Always in the Stable to+
use when wanted.
[EsT ru.s 1832.]
Isaac M. Lorye
LOUIS COHEN & 0,
f and Fancy GoodS
234 King Street,..........Charleston, S.
Any orders intrusted to me, will receid
my best personal attention. Piices Ia
samples eerfully sent on application.
ISAAl C M1. LORYEA.
S R. MAISHIALL& CO.
139 Mzzmno Snrr. Charleston, S; C
Sole Agents For
STARKE'S DIXIE PLOUGHS,
WAT T PLOUGHS,
AVERY & SON'S #LOUG
DOW LAW COTTON PLANTER
AND GUANO DISTRIBUYTO1K:
Iron Age Harrows and Cultivatdrs, Roma#
Plough Stock, Washburne & Moem's
Galvanized Pence Wire, Chain
yon Mouwers and Keapers.
WATSON'S TURlPENTINE TOOLS
Manufactured in Fayetteville, 5'. C. Ever%
Tool absolutely warranted afid
if broken irill be
Also Dealers In
Hoop Iron, Horse and Mule -Shdes~ W
and Tfin ware, Coopers tools Miners
Tfools, Cutlery, Guns and Sport
Prices made on application.
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & I3'
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
IDealer in Drugs, Mediches, Foreid
and Domestic Chemicals, GlasswaL
Spices, Brushes, Essential Oils, Bt
gxical Instruments, Perfumery, Fanry
Goods, SHOW CASES, of all sizeo
and all articles usually found in a
First-class Drug House. Prices lov
Quick sales and small profits.
The undersigned respectfully offers his.
services :n this and adjacent counties as
Land Surveyor, and w.ill faithfully execik
whatever won~ may be entrusted to hinr:
Manning. S. C., March 16, 1887.
GRAND, UPRICHT, & SQUAR:r
Tone and Durability.
1885-New Orl'ons. Exoosition-Tw-o Go i
Medals for Uprig.lit and Square.
1881- Boston (Mass.) Exposition-F;'s
Prize for Squ1fare Grand.
187-Paris Exposition-For Square an
1870-Philadel phia Centennial-For Squaw.
Upright and Grand.
And also over
200 FIRST PREMIIUMW
at State and4 County Fair:
Have the end.-iena t over I.'0 dire .
Colleges and .n 01' thel*ir hoesl
A lary :O noot al,1 if S coNI)-HixD P.:J
os ahwes on b::nd. G(eras whole'
agents for Pailace, New Engtiad and l
Pianos and Organs sold on easy mont:
Pianos taken in ex'change, also thoron:
ly repaired. Send for Illustrated -Piano c 4
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Streete,