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THE MANNING TIMES.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1886. TERMIS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at the Empiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square. first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. _9-' Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Clunmn, 10c. per line. The severest frost of the season fell on last 'riday night. Several communications are necessarily crowded out this week. Monday is salesday. Several valuable tracts of land are to be sold. Cold weather has come at last, but the load of wood we paid for some time since has not. The autumn leaves are dropping, and soon our beautiful shade trees will be en tirely bare. Rev. James McDowell, and the Rev. W. H. Workman, pastor of the Brewington Church, will exchange pulpits next Sunday. Our town presented quite a lively air on last Saturday. A goodly number from the country were in, and business seemed flourishing. "HACKMETACK," a lasting and fragrant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents. The Treasurer will fill his last appoint ment to-morrow at Tindal's Mill. Hereaf ter he will be found at his office in Man ning :o receive taxes. Several of the young bachelors of Man ning went on last Thursday to attend a Th-aksgiving party at the residence of Mr. J. M. Richardson. It is reported to have been a delightful aftair. Mr. W. W. Ipark, agent for the "New Parallel Bible," containing the old and new versions in one volume, advertises for a sub-agent to canvass the County of Wil liamaburg. We have seen a copy of this Bible, which is the most complete in its ar rangement we have ever seen. A NASAL IN.TECTOR free with each bot tle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 ets. There are but fourteen more days for the payment of taxes, and we are informed by the Treasurer that not more than a third of the taxes have been collected. The time is nearly out, and those who are delinquent will have the penalty attached. It is a vain hope to expect an extension of the time. CunoExs ni 'r= LEGIsLATRE.-In the Senate Mr. Rhame is a member of the com mittees on Federal Relations, Engrossed Bills, Contingent Accounts and Public Lanis. In the House Mr. Tindal is on the Ways and Means and Agricultural commit tees; and Mr. Plowden is a member of the Committees on Education and Federal Re lations. The proprietor of the Sumter Clothing, Emponum, Mr.D.J. Winn, invites through the columns of the Tntxs, the patronage ofl the people of Clarendon. Mr. Winn's large business is confined solely to gentlemen's furnishing goods, and his stock of clothing is as large and varied as can be found in any city establishment of similar character. Read his advertisement and pay him your respects on visiting Sumter. FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Complaint, you have a printed guarantee on every bot tle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to oure. We regret that "Occasional's" coM niunication reached the office too late for this week's paper. It is very difficult and most frequently impossi bie, to publish communications. reaching the office as late as Monday night. We would be most happy if our correspondents would send in their articles by Friday. Notwithstanding the boisterous un pleasant weather last Thursday, the Thanksgiving services in the Presby terian church was attended by a goodly number of citizens. The schools gave a half holiday and turn ed out en masse. The exercises were eseeedingty solemn and entertaining. The regular sermon was delivered by the Rev-.Samuel Leard. The preach er in his usual earnest sympathetic anner told of the mercies of our Lord, and his bountiful goodness dor ing the year past. We would like if space permitted to treat more mn de-I tail this sermon, which is spoken of by many as one of the ablest efforts of the Rev, gentleman's life. At its conclusion Rev. James McDowell de livered a short thanksgiving address. THE REV. GEO. H. THATER, of Bour bon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE." On next Friday night there will be given in the Manning Academy, an entertainment for the benefit of the Methodist Church consisting of tableaux, music, recitations, etc., and ending with a broom drill by the young ladies, commanded by Prof. Boa ham. To the best drilled young lady, a beautiful white plume will be given. The judges in the contest are Messrs. E. B. Sligh J. W. Gibbes, and T. H. Weston, of Columbia. This is a laudable undertaking and should be patronized. Admission 25 eents. Reserved seats, 35 cts. Upon the conclusion of the performance, a social re-' eeption will be tendered the audience. A PAssox Is TnorB~.-The Rev. A. W. Pinckney, colored, a circuit rider in the Sa lem section of the County, of the A. M. E. Church, paid his respects to the Trxzs of. fice last 'week and unfolded to our attentive ear, in a manner, meio-dramiatically affeet ing, a sorrowing tale of deep trial and suf fering, with the request that, the same be made known to the world. He related that how, on a recent occas ion, under the shadow of his own roof and hearth-stone, he was engaged in the pastor al duty of "chastising sister Eliza Jane Hicks" because of her grievous wickedness. when a brother of the fold, one James With erspoon, influenced by the suasion of the devil, commenced to curse and roundly abuse him. Desisting fromr the pious chastisement of sister Elra Jane, Mr. Pinckney ordered Witherspoon to leave, when, instead of obey ing the command of his heavenly counsel lor, he came forward and gaining the rear of the unsuspecting parson, plunged a knife in his back. Not content with this, utter ing loud oaths, he ofebred Mr. Pinckney $5 if he would give him the opportunity to pummel him into a jelly. Now there is nothing more tempting to a Methodist par.. son than the jingle of a $5 piece, but the termagent brother looked such an Ajax in his wrath that the offer was declined. The Rev. gentlemnan, like a peaceable citizen, sought the protection of Trial Justice Flem ing. and a warrant was sent in quest of his beligerant member, but a non est inventus an nounced that he had. fled to whereabouts undiscoverable. Mr. Pinckney has the warmest sympathy of a heart filled with pity; and for the base. contemptible, fiend. ish, treacherous, viperous. reptiish,. ver minous, and damnable Witherspoon, we call upon the gods to follow him with thei dies -enea-e an d if he should ever fafl into the cmutches of the law, may his hell-is conduct meet with its just reward. ARE YOU MADE imiscrable by Indig-s tion, Constipation, Dizziness. Loss of Appe tite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a positive cure. What True Merit Will Do. The unprecedentetd sale of Boseds Ge(r man qrmp within a few vears. hns astonish ed the world. It is witLat doubt the safest and best reniedv ever discovered for the speedy and effietual cure of Couglhs. Colds, and tne severest Lung tronbles. It acts on an entirelv different principal Iroi the us ual prescriptions given by Physician., as it does not dry up the cough and leave the diseas- still in the system. but on the con trarv. removes the ceose of the trouble, heals the parts atl-eted, and leaves thetn in a purely healthy condition. A bottle kept in the house for use when the diseases make their appearance, will save doctor's bills and a long spell of serious illness. A triul will convince you of these facts. It is positive ly sold by all druggists and general dealers in the land. Price, 75 cents, large bottles. WANT..ED A voung man of good address to canvass Williamsburg Courity for the NEw PARt.,LEL BnLE. Two libles in one volume. The authorized and revised versions in parallel coluums, line for line, upon each page. Address W. W. IPARIK, Manning, S. C., or NATIONAL :rLISMIs Co., Philadelphia, Pa. r24naCordiazl CUrES DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, WEAKNESS, CHILLS AND FEVERS, MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT, KIDNEY TROUBLES, NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM. IT is Invigorat- gives NEW Ing and De- LIFE to the ftghtful to take, whole SYSTEM and of great value by Strengthening as a Medicine the Muscles, Ton weak and Ailing . ng the NERVES, Women and Chil- and completelyDi dren. gesting the food. CONTAINS B. Aook. Volina, no hurtful 4_-byleading Minerals, is comn- -physicians. telling posed of carefully how to treat dis selected Vcgeta- eases at HOME, ble Medicines, mailedu, together combined skill- with aset of hand fully, making a some cards by new Safe and Pleasant Heliotypeprocess, Remedy. on receipt of 10 c. Yar sale by an Druggl~ea and Groe Shald the od.er De = aot kerp TOLINA CORDIAL, remit $L00, and a fail a&be will be sent, s uwgrs Iom . posedAXof caL etf Voline Drug and Chemical Company, fAul0 iDn, g L A. SHERIF'S -SALES. State of South Carolina, I Court of Common County of Clarendon. Pleas. BenjauBin S. Dinkins, Plaintiff, against James Hudson, 'Thomas atD. Hudson, Defendants. Judgment for Foreclosure and' S-de. _U"NDER AND BY VIRT17E OF AJUDG nent order to me, directed in the above stated case, by Hon. W. 1. Wallace, Rteaed . on d rteceita ofo. Dicumber, 1n, dbeing td. dae wit l lin, and ing i Couheniyc Clardn, aState of South Carolina, CortainingCor-o lounty oth bClandsof M.( Ple son Jams byladso, Thomas M. He;Sutho, by and ofS. . Cker adWestend ans Juetformel gn oteose nd Jaoe. en Sr.ducer to pay ore pape aboe satd csebyHo. . H.WaES E, CircuitJud erd bearndate Cout.28 Nov81, 18i86,lt tehghs ide o cstat oth Curoueina Cour count Condo Statafredon onay , leta o Aarecenber 88, bigslsawti e gal hors of againstllwngraletae Athain tracory plantatie ofld Cltate, lying, aes andCouns oflaredn Dy acrey, oephless arybound rasfo mows North, (theands fourT meHdson fas, under ofTetyoas y.Cear outh, by and ofS. . Cker adWefendy ans form dly elnn for Foeclsate.oJh Wech rducer to pay diretd inape aboe sate cae H LESno,W.H inhMnnin ffi co Clyarndonat aforesty. ov. 10dy hehdyofDcme, 188 beiatesuth Cartinlal) our of oamon alatrendtofnd iutdi h County es ofarenbeg, nann n ude n Thiasbe E.r Warle, and boundre, Sasanol loas:aOnite Nrthey Molnds surleyed Cfar andocuedy James drCaley;,o Jare Dr. Sarahy L.Josene;Wrl and tEraest bymans suWrey, eds focupnaed yJon Donts, urcher tnon yer or pae Sheif ClrcDofndaonty. moent oer to mediece, n h States of de fort Caroin, atteCourt os Cnannon County. an Comate Ploesid Sbein raledy,wihnlglousfsae si bcesrt or Bdles, ary bude Asrifon los: C, Pthe- Nrhbland surdeydfo and occupie dy of~e Sate ;o h S utande Eat, by virteds atel oerlofgn toevi Octbe Rhame8, I saidll to beoweb hirst bidderL fr eshne ado the W Hue by atlansng surveyed oun and upe, yiJhn lanhsi rit i Clarendon County. h acrembrer le, adoiig ansof..C Stcadon, Jout JCa rolina htourt Jaesf B.Rcardson andunthe.ComnPes Susan H. LEaESey, Sher K rley MaryE.o Albrinton S oaller Peake, 1n85 ue6..rdly D. J. WINN, Sumter, S. C., Selling off Balance of Fall and Win ter Stock. Now is your time to buy. To the people of Clarendon County: --We still have on hand a large and complete line of fine, mediurm, and low priced Clothing and Overcoats for Men, Youths, and Bloys, with a nice line of Gergia and Salem Jeans, Tweeds, and Cassinieres. Gents' Underwear, in Wool and Mixed Shirts and Drawers, and a complete line of Neck-wear. Now in view of the short crops and low prices of cotton, we offer this stock, REGARDLESS OF PROFITS, for CAsu. We feel confident if you will call and examine our line, you will be pleased with prices and qual ity of our goods. Positively I will not be undersold by any house in the country. Your's truly, D. J. WINN. Sumter, S. C., Nov. 29, 1886. WM. Shepherd & Co., 232 MEETING ST., Charleston, S.C. -0 STOVES, Stoves, Stoves! -AT WHOMSALE -AND RETAIL! Tinwares, House Furnishing Goods, Potware, Kitchen and Stove Utensils. Ai-lSend for Price List and Circu lars. BLEJCH & EASON, Family Grocers, 185 & 187 Meeting Street, and 117 Market St., CHARLESTON, S. C. Invite attention to the following Bargains: Cut Loaf Sugar, 12A lbs. for $1. Granulated Sugar, 15A lbs. for $1. Confectioners' Sugar, 15A lbs for $1. White Ex. C. Sugar, 17 lbs. for SI. Light Brown Sugar, 19 lbs for S1. Good Brown Sugar, 20 lbs for $1. 21b. Tomuatoes, 90 ets. a doz. 31b. Tomatoes, S1.10 a doz. Good Segars, $1 for a box of 50. These are but a few of the many att~ract ions we are constantly offering, and house keepers will find it greatly to their advan tage to send for a copy of our Monthly Price List, and consult it always. pa-No charge for packing or drayage. s. THOMAS, JR. J. . THOMAs. Stephen Thomas, Jr., & Bra. -WATCHES Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware. Spectacles, Eye Glasses, and Fancy Goods, ?ir Watches and Jewelry repaired by expert we-kmen. 273 KING ST., CHARLESTON, S. C. A WUKNDER2DUL B00K OF SG. -oF THE FAR FAMED POET PRIEST OF THE SOUTH. The Amended and Enriched Edition. Ring. ing Lyrics of the War. Battle Songs which fired the South and comn pelled the admiration of the Foe. Complete in one volume, 433 pages, beauti fully illustrated. The engraL'igs include a sel portrait of the author; his old Church and adjoining Residence in Mobile; "'Erin's Flag;" and the "Cong~uered Banner." The boo-k will be sent to any address on receipt of price, $2.00. The Baltimore Publishing Co., 174 W. Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Md. N. B.-One-hldf the profits accuring from the sale of this volume of poems from date to March 1st will be devoted to the fund for the erection of a MoiUMENT To FATHER r A.N, to be placed over his grave in Mobile. Help on the work and swell the fund by purchasing a book. f~r Wanted men and women in every town, village and parish to act as agents for the sale of this book. Liberal services will be given for services rendered. Send for nesinpav circnlars. 1886 Nov. 9th. Nov. Uth, 1886 STATE FAIR 0 No doubt the Fair this season will be more successful than any in the past. Extensive preparations are being made on a large scale to entertain the visitors, who expect to attend the Fair. In addition to the above attraction I will take pleasure in entertLaInin visitors at the Emporium of Fashion, with an exhibition of fashionable clothing for men and boys, The display of ien's garmen ts are artisti cally arranged so as to give the visitor the opportunity of finding the style garment he may need withont looking over the whole stock. On entering the mammoth estab lishment, to your right you will find a hand some line of Gents' Furnishing Goods; this Cepartment consists of shirts. lanndried and nnlaundried, of every description, half hose in plain and fancy. collars, cuffs, gloves, bandkerchiefs, suspenders. and an elegant line of gents' neck-wear. To your left is the hat department, where you will find all the latest styles and shapes of soft and stiff hats, awaiting your inspect ion; also a beantiful line of silk umbrellas, with gold and silver handles. Then in the center of this large store you will find the counters loaded with choice suits for men and youths, of every style, pattern, and quality of goods. Near the center you come to the cutaway suits, in whip cord, cork screw, cheviots and fancy cassinieres. Then still moving on you come to the ounters filled with double breasted frock coats and vests. After passing this stock you are load into the boys' department, which is entirely separate from the other department. This stock of boys and child ren's clothing is not surpassed by any in the city or State. The display far exceeds any of my past endeavors in making this at traction for the boys and their mothers. Thr styles and textures of these goods can not be found elsewhere in the city. Those who have visited this depa:tment are more than pleased with the stock. Just opposite to the boys' department you will find a line >f gents' fine shoes, which can be had in any style or shape that yon may need. I keep none but the leading makes in this tock. Remember you can find them in all rades. Those who want fine shoes will mll here. Respectfully, 31. L. KINARD, Dct6 Columbia, S. C. J. C. H. Claussen & Co., Steam Bakery and Candy FactorY, CHARLESTON, S. C. In the Court of Probate. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF CLArhENDON, CoUnT OF PrDOBATE. Matilda R. McFaddin in her own right and as Administratrix of the estate of James E. McFaddin, deceased, intestate, Plaintiff Against Elizabeth McFaddin, a minor of eleven ears of age; Hugh McFaddin, a minor of wo years of age; John J. McFaddin, Jr., and the Dundee Mortgage and Trust In restment Company, limited, Defendants. Citation to Creditors.. B Y AN ORDER IN THE ABOVE STAT ed case, bearing date October 4th, A. . 1886, it is adjudged: That all persons having claims again.-t he estate of James H. McFaddin, deceased, e, and the same are hereby required to >rove and file them in the said Court of ?robate, on or before the first day of Janu ry, A. D. 1887, at noon, or be debarred of ny benefit of the Decree made therein. Witness my hand and seal of office this, th day of October, A. D., 1886. J. DuPRE ALSBROOK, )ct2Probate Judge, C. C. DRUG STORE.' -:: Dn. J. G. DLrXrss is still at the old stand, formerly occupied by the firm f J. G. Dinkins & Co., and is now repared to -supply the people of C1arendon with STRICTLY P IiRE Drugs and Medicines, t the Lowest Po.ssible Pric.es. -ALSO PmNrs, Oris, Gra~ss, Torzri An~rcL,s ooTH as-n Hiun BnvsHES, CoMrns, FxsE ozr Soaps, STAToNERY, ETC, A full and select stock of all the popular Patent and Non-Secret Medicines constantly on hand. An elegant assortment of fine CIGARS AND TOBACCO. I THE PorUtan DIAMOND DYES, IALL COLORS. Prescription Departmnent, Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded by day or night. PATENTS CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS AND OPYRIBBTS Obtained, and all other business in the UT. S. Patent Office attended to for MODER?' A TE FEES. Send MODEL 01? DR AWING. We ad' vise as to patetiability free of charge ; and we make NO CHAL RGE UNLESS WYE 08' T AIXN P A TENT. We refer here to the Postmaster, the Supt. of Money Order Div., and to officials of the U. S. Patent Office. For circular, advice, terms and references to actual clients in your own State or County, write to C. A. SNOW & CO., Oppse. Ptnt i e Washington.D. C. WILMINGTON, COL., AND AUGUSTA R. R- CO Con densed S'chule. ____________ TR1AINS Gi)IN(G SOUTH. DA-rn "NoveM1: 14th, 188r. No 42. No. 4S, -No. -11, DADaly. Daily. Daily. Leave W ihnington. . .. .. ..... . 7.211 A. 31. ts.15.-- P. '.N u 1.1 . M. Leave Laike Waecmaw ...... .-I A. M. 9 p.33 P. M. 11 15 P. M. Leave Marion .............. 10.28 A. M. 11.24 P. M. 12.39:A. M, Arrive Florence ............. 11.15 A. M. 12.15 P. M. . 1.20 A. 31. Arrive Sutr.............. ..... ..... 4.24 A. M. 4.24 A. M. Arrive Columbia............ ................. 6.40 A. 'M. 6.40 A. M. TRAINS G;ING NORTH. ____ No. 47, No. 43, No. 45, Dail. Daily. Daily. Leave ia... ............. ................. Arrive Snnter........... 11.50 P. r. Leave Florence............. 4.45 A. 'M. 4.30 P. -r. 8.10 P. m. Leave Marion .............. 5.28 A. %t. 5.14 1. :r. 8.46 i'. . Leave Lake Wacciaw...... 7.06 1. :%. 7.03 P. ar. 10.11 . I- . Arrive Wilmington.......... K.30 t. >T. 8.30 P. 1. 11.25 P. Mr. Nos. 48 and 47 stops at all st..tions except Register, Ebenezer, Cane Savannah, Wateree and Sinmnis'. Passengers for Columbia and all points on C. & G. R. R., C., C. & A. R. R. stations, Aiken Junction, and all points beyond should take No. 40. Pullman Steeper for Augusta on this train. J. I. KENLY, JOHN F. DIVINE, Sup't Trans. Gen'l Supt. T. 1. EMERSON, Gen'l Passenger Agent. CALL ON OR WRITE TO FALK & C0., King street .opposite Hasel Charleston, S. C. ]FOR YOUR Clothing, Furnishing Goods and X-1..L T . Samples sent on application. C. 0. D. shipped subject to approval. ATTACHMENT. QO S. WO O IdIEO A Meh0 F4 8 01 g rlo jn H1 0a OLD VELVET RYE WE LOIHN IConn.Y5wa Eigct uYears Old. -Telabe Brown Cotton Gin, t PFeeders, and Condensers. All the very latest improvements: two brush belts, steel bearings, improved roll box, nt whip per, extra strong brush. New ~WNCtT~ ~ perfected Feeder, enlarged dust br.'proof Condenser. . inconstruction. Gins fast, runs li.t and cleans the seed per LitSn for Circular and Price F. J. PEt.ZER, President. F. S. RoDGESim, Treasurer. ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, OF CILARLESTON, & C. Manufacturers of Standard Fertizers and Imnporter.<~ of PUR E G ERH ANK KA INIT. PEILZER RODGERS & Co., Gen. Agents Jan. 13. Brown's Whazrf CH AR LESTON, & C. TRUMBO, HINSON & COMPANY, Factors and Commission Merchants, Cotton and Naval STORES, BROWN'S WHARF J AN, 13. ChA RLE STON, S. C. TONSORIAL ARTIST. JfNS ISN I have opened a first-.class Shaving Saloon u 3hgS.C t the Enterprise office, and solicit the pat.- e.2 rona of the citizens of Manning and comn-_________________ munmy yS &HGG S PmiCrs--Hair Cutting, 25c.; Shaving, 10c.;AtonyatLw Shampooing, 25c. ire' Special attention given to clildren. Xann C. C. REDIC, C MissIso, s. c. Ofc ot fCutHue July 7, J8HN -. WEILSN DrAttoRrn n onsello A t Law, Metig tre, haletoS.U.~ wry Pnnicn it s.ea. Spics, ruses, ssetia Oil, S> A tt n onselo at Law, gicalInstumens, PefuMeanFncg, S. Goods, SHOWcCASEuof allCsuresHouee. Firt-lss Druggit Hos. Price lo 133 3.HYSOI~, bmtr Quick s reCalesansmlprftos. C. S t~X,'I'r& ad DMtcCemcal, Jlswre, r~O.NY TLW SCOMSses, EntaNTil, MSur-g S C gime, Cetrments, erfuneir, Fir Bodncyter anl rics usanl Found Clay a First-clasrgn House rice owlaeGocrn QucAge for Wisal l ish ot o mssn rhns A. aMc Cembb, Jr.,AT AY OMMI8ESSIO BA RCHARETN,S.O CHRETNS.. LimeDiementmPlaster ParissHairtFire Bricks andLFire CAIR WnsadBrnis (RECLINING)Au1 who areumnabl iea a.P LSES~tW3CO2JY ~ e a n n rt~i ng ,~e51 Spr C 5.) t~e ord.~cd r iuAtreyh nd Counellr atLaw HAYN W Y OR&IKI ~ Cal C~ ew avnCom. Ma nn ting, . C RI. MARSI1A LL & CO S. HARDWARE IE'ICHANTS. 139 MEETINO STn.ET, Charleston, S. C.. Sole Agents For STARKE'S DIXIE -PLOUGHS, WATT PLOUGHS, AVERY & SON'S PLOUGTTs. DOW LAW CUTTON PLANTER AND GUANO DISTR1DUTORs. Iron Age Harrows and Cultivators, RO2mn Plough Stock, Washlburne & Moe's Galvani7ed Fence Wire, Chin pion Mo-wers and Keapers. AND WATSON'S TURPENTINE TOOLO Manufactured in Fayezteville, N. C. Ever Tool absolutely warranted and if Lrokeni will be repaced. Also Dealers In GENERAL HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL STEE Hoop Iron, Horse and Mule Shoes, W and Tinware, Coopers tools, Miners Tools, Cutlery, Guns and Sport ing Articles, Prices made on application. -i CRAND, UPRIGHT, & SQUARE. UNSURPASSED IN Tone and Durability. 1885-New Orleans Exposition-Two Gold Medals for Upright and Square. 1881- Boston (Mass.) Exposition-Firt Prize for Square Grand. 1878-Paris Exposition-For Square and Upright Pianos. 1870-Philadelphia 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-HAND Pwa os always on hand. General wholesale agents for Palace, New EnglAnd and Bar delt Organs. Pianos and Organe sold on easy monthly installments, Pianos taken in exchange, also thorough ly repaired. Send for Illustrated Piano or Organ Catalogue. CHAS. M. STIEFF, 9 N. Liberty Street, Baltimore, Md Follin Bros., CHARLESTON, S. 0. DEALERS rf ToBAcco, CirA~s, Pmgs, Er. Sole agents for the celebred brands of tobacco LUCILE, BROAD AXE, GOLD BARs, RED MEAT, CORONET, BUCK, SAXIEE. THE CELEBRATE leading Qr OVEE 10,000. IN CONSTANT US8t Buy Direct from the *anufabmr.t Wholesale Manufacturing Prices fpol ELECANT DESIONS. LARCE SOLID WALNUT CAE FINELY FINISHEDM BEST SEASONED MTR USED. VOICED TO PERFECTIOZ TONE IS UNSURPASSED. SATISFACTiON CUARANTEEW. EVERY ORCAN WARRANTED Fm FIVE YEARS. SEND FoR CIECULARS. READING ORGAN CO., F. J. EANTNEE, Manager, CHEAP PRICES. ffHaiving just opened a varied stoels of Fresh Groceries, I desire to call the attention of the Claren don People to the low prices and good qual ity of the same. All who favor me with a call will find I sell everything at ,oc bottom prices, for CASH, as the following quota tions will show: Best D. S. SIdes, at 9c. per lb. Best Family Flour, 25 lbs. for 51. Best Standard A. Sugar, 121lbs. for $1. C, Sugar. 13 lbs for $1. Best Coffee, 8 lbs. for $1. Common Coffee, 10 lbs. for $1. Best Gilt Edge Butter, 3 lbs. for S1. Best Leaf Lard, 10 lbs. for 51L All other Goods at proportionately low pr1 ces, I wish to cail special attention to may 10 CENT Tin Counter. Give me a call before buying elsewhere, and I guarantee satisfaction. J. S. PLOWDEN, Express Agt., and Agent NEWS AND COURIER tr Clarendon County, Sept22 McGahan, Bates & Co. JOBBERS OF Dry Goods, Notions, Clothdng, Nos. 226, 228 and 230 Meeting St.., CH A RTSTOK S. C.