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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, 1886.
TERlMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance 1.50, or $2.00 at die Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first iU sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. . Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Czlannin, 10c. per line. The weather is decidedly cool. Over-coats are comfort:able. Christmas comes on the 25th of Decen ber this year.-Eiettprise. Our Sheriff spent several days in Charles bm lat week. Mr. J. B. Hammett, of Orangeburg, was in town yesterday. The Farmers' Convention conveaned in Columbia yesterday. A number of our citizens will leave to day to attend the State Fair. Several tracts of land are advertised by the Sheriff to be sold next salesday. A flush of advertisements has forced us to leave out a portion of our usual amount of reading matter. SLEEPLESS NI(GH*S,. made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the Nmedy for you. Jos. F. Rhame, Esq., was absent last week several days from town, attending the Kingstree Court. Mr. S. Wolkoviskie is erecting a commo dious looking dwelling on the vacant lot adjoining his residence. The Summerville lHerald tells of a Sum merville girl who has had her room paper ed with old love letters written to her by re jected suitors. Mr. Jos. M. Bradham has opened a gro eery in the store owned by Mr D. M. Brad ham. He has our best wishes for a prosper ous experience. Rev. Mr. Leard announced last Sunday that a protracted meeting would be held at Oak Grove, commencing next Friday and continuing through the following Sunday. SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures Consumption. Dr. W. E. Brown, a prominent physician of this town, was married on hast evening. at the house of the bride's mother. to Miss S. L. Wilson, of Mar's Bluff, Marion Coun ty. Min Frien Monsier Stannea parades our streets now in a bright new wagon, drawn by as gallant a looking steed as ever roam ed wild over the frontiers of Texas and Mex ico. Married,- by the Rev. H. Kergwin, on the 2nd of Noveiber, at the residence of the I bride's brother, Mr. J. M. Auld, Mr. J. P. Hughey to Mrs. E. A. MeLeod, formerly of Manning. now of Orlando, Fla. James A. Wright contributes to this I month's Southern Bivowic a second paper on "War Prisons and War Poetrv,"in whiici he gives a number of the songs popukr du ring the war, in prison and out. For lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Mr. M. Levi's large two-column adver tisement appears to-day. Read it! Next, go and examine his huge stock, which is selected rrom the markets of Charleston, New York, and other marts. We learn that sometime last week Mr. W. S. Briggs lost his dwelling with its entire contents by fire. We are not informed as to the particulars, but understand that MIr. Briggs' loss is covered in a measure by in surance. An accident to a freight train on the North Eastern Road on yesterday, delayed the morning train from Charleston till late that evening. For the same reason no train was run from (Columb~ia, and the Trtxs paper due then was delayed-hence our tardiness this week. Tar ScIE5'rFC A.RIuCAN, pulished by Munn & Co.,.New York, presents weekly to its readers the best and most reliable record of various improvements in machinery. while the scientific progress of the coun try can in no way be gleaned so well as by the regular persual of its pages. SHILOF'S VITALIZER is what you need for Consumption, Toss of Appetite, Dizzi ness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. We unintentionally omitted the names of some who took part in the performance at Dr. H. H. Huggins' last week. The only ex cuse we can ofr (if one will be accepted) is that we neglected to procare a pro gramme; and everybody knows the memory of an editor is exceeding treacherous. The Teachers' Association of Clarendon County. which was organized at the late ses sion of the Teachers' Institute, will hold its first meeting in this place on Saturday, the 29th inst. All members, as well as those who are interested in the cause of educa tron, are invited to be present. Several ad dresses will be delivered. A negro preacher in Lancaster County is published as telling his congregation that the earthquake shocks are designed to make the colored people emigrate to A4frica, where he says no shocks have ever been felt. He thinks it is their duty to go and civilize the land of their fathers, and that the earth quake will result in great disaster to them if they do not go. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bron chitis immediately reliev;ed by Shiloh's Cure. On last Friday another earthquake shake was felt in Manning and over the State. Although many considered it the largest shake since August the 31st, the beginning of these seismic disturbances, still no dam ageis reported either in Manning or else Two more slight quivers of the earth were felt on Sunday about 1 o'clock, but they were not sufficiently strong to create any comment. The Dime Reading held at Mr. C. L. Witherspoon's last Friday evening was quite a success, both as regards the pleasure it af forded, the large and appreciative audience, and the amount of money that was taken in, which is for the benefit of the Presbyterian Church. The entertainment was opened by a well rendered instrumental duet by Miss Lily Scott and Mr. Warren Diekson:--violin and organ. This was followed by a vocal duet by Mrs. Dinkins and Miss Ewell, which brought considerable applause from the audience. Next came a vocal duet by Misses Maggie uggins and Lily Scott. The next in order was the "Dolly Dia logue'by little Sallie Witherspoon and her dolly,. which completely captured her audit-. ors, judging fiom the applause it brought. Then followed a very charming trio from Misses Hennie Legg, Bettie Seott, and Clara Fuggins. Then another fine instrumental duet by Miss Lily Scott and Mr Warren Dickson - Followed by solo from Mrs. 5, A. Nettles: -well sung. Beautiful duet by Misses Ingram and Ewell. Next on the programe was the "Gobble Duet" by Misses Azilee Witherspoon and Mamie Harvin. ceedingly fine quartette by Misses Ingram and Ewell, and Messrs Witherspoon and Wilson. We shoruld not, however, forget to men tion that after the regularly prescribed pro r1timmie waS exhauste-d we had somne good music from the volunteers, whether quar tette, onintett", or ur.-tette. we are unable to sav: but we can say with certainty that whichever it was, it was greatlv added to hy the deep, rich tones of the Prof-:ssr's D asso, which chained the attention (' the older folks, frightened the children. and touched a svmliatLetic chord in well! lit u1S cease, for thinking of that which in the past was pleatan, ottetin causes us to be sorroxful. hence we will pass on. The Professor was ably seconded throughout his effort by one of our young attorneys. We are sure we express the s ntinients of all who were prsent, when we sav thiat all were higbiy eutertained, and spent a luot enjoyable evening. A simnilar entertaintuent will be given at the resilence of Dr. .J. G. Dinkins on Friday evening, the 19th, to which the public are invited. WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liver C(omplaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure von. Fragments From Foreston. MR. Eruror.:-After a silence of several months I again report for duty. and will try in the future to keep you posted as to the happenings about Foreston. We had quite a h avy earthquake shock on Friday 'ast, and a slight one reported on esterday about 1 o'clock. We also had piite a severe f:ost this morning, which brings hope of departing fever. The election passed of very quietly-* nothing happening to wiar or disturb the feelings of anyone. The Rev. Jno. 1). An-Irews, former pastor of the Baptist Church here, writes uts froim onroe City. Mo.. "I am pleasantly situat ed here, and hope to do good work for the Master." The health of the town is not to be com lained of. Will more anon. "F. p CATARRH CUR1ED, health and swer t breath secured, by 6hiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasai Injector free. TAX NOTICE. The following is a list of appointments la et to be filled by the Treasurer for the pur ose of collecting taxes: Wilsorzs Mill, Friday, Nov. 12. Harvin's. (C. I. R.) Tuesday, Nov. 16. J. J. Convers, Thnrday, Nov. 18. Midway, (McFaddin store) Monday, Nov. 22. J. .. McFaddins, Tuesday, Nov. 23. 1 J. J. Dickson's store, Wednesday, Ncv. W. J. Gibbons, Thursday, Nov. 25. New Zion. Frilay, Nov. 26. Tindal's 'Mill, Thursday, Dec. 2. His office in lanning will be closed while illing the above appointments. FREE TRADE. The reduction of internal revenue nd the taking off of revenue stamps from Proprietary Medicines, no doubt has largely benefitted the consumers, is well as relieving the burden of Lome manufacturers. Especially is this the case with Green's Atgusf Yower and Bosche/s Ge-man Srup, s the reduction of thirty-s'ix cents 10 per .iozen, has been added to increase be size of the bottles containiug these L emedies, thereby giving one-fifth mre medicine in the 75 cent size. [he A ugrisi 1-7nwer for Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint, awl the Gern an 9/Jn'P for Cough and Lung tr-oubles, have, perhaps, the largest sale of any edicines in the world. The advan-C .age of increased size of tue bot les will be gr-eatly appreciated by he sick and aflliCted1, in every town nd village in civilized countries. v ~anple bottles for ten cents remiain Lhe samne size.I THAT HACKING CoU(;H can be so S ~uckly cured by ~Shiloh's, Cure. %XinaudordiaL CURES DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION,J WEAKNESS, CHILLS AND FEVERS, MALARiA, LIVER COMPLAINT, KIDNEY TROUBLES, NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM. Tis Invigorat. JTgives NEW~ lng and De- LIFE to the S Dghtful to take, whole SYSTEM and of grat value by Strengthening as a Mdcn for the Muscles, Ton weak and Ailing lng the NERVES, U omen and Chil- and comupletelyDi. dren. gesting the food. b CONAINS Minerals, is comn- .haiinteig posed of carefullyhotoretis selected Vegeta- easatHM.a ble M edicines, mietgte ombined skill- wtaeo ad fully, maiking a sm ad ynw f Safe and Pleasant Hloycpoes Forsae b sl Dett~ a,~1Giaer'. b y 1 ad i~ nse ge you at TIL1~ eof: ow. rito tr0,eat ris bottle wieases at HOME.'.at VolaDrg ndChmailed Comanr Heiortyerss, emey. o rept of moc. theal y l Drnitd 'ts and F ri..u4tetn r co ear triot eepY .I h oulihersL, reathe0 acndful in Amtl wl eric.'an- ninU o c soict. rolina Drugcan Co hemUie alompanyd tobanLTniSOE in . Uad. It, a. Fr-c Germany, nd allAot er FTerori rs ~~~~..eprence isnnqae n theioailte E' Thouinsand ci eations orpae nts fien nthe P tdatentO nsr ndce Toermn coer rane.s, chaes foir eianof melsifl ordai.Aericn bytiu oail aee cior t~ obtainet in Can.nando.rnce, te ranyrcaio and ihe cstriems. Thiexen-al nesaer ofequasedind therucliie arte wosrd inThe avante of~e 'schor notice. esvery tne Thi tare and alndidly Illustrated nowpae is pblished W EKLY at 0l0 a year. and is adiitedt, be the best paper devoted to science. mechanica, Inventions, egineering works, and other departments of Industrial progress, pub lished in any country. It contains the names of ] all ptntees and title of every invention patetrted eac week. Try it four mnonths for one dollar. If dyuavew an invention to patent write to Munn * Co.. ,abliahers of Scientinoc American., 551 Broadway. oew York. Hanbok about patents mailed free. G. ALLEN H UGGINS, JR.,' DELNTL SrRGEoN, se Office on Street South of CourtC House. 3Ich31 I I] EPTHmayberoiunden file at Gato P. THISPAPR~OWELI. & ce'$ Necwspaper Advertising Buireati(10 Spruce St.), whereadverOhRn 586 Nov. Ut. v. 9th, 1886.' STATE FAIR h h No doubt the Fair this season will be ore successful than any in the past. Extensive preparations are being made ta large s(ale to entertain the visitors, ao expect to attend the Fair. In addition to the above attraction I will t ke pleasure in entertaining visitors at the nporiuni of Fashion, with an exhibition fishionable clothing for men and boys. ie display of nen's garments are artisti lly arianged so as to give the visitor the iportinty of finding the style garment he y need without looking over the whole )k. On entering the mammoth estab hment, to your right von will find a hand mne line of Gents' Furnishing Goods: this partiient consists of shirts, laundried and laundried, of ev-rv description, half Se in plain and fancy. collars, enffs, gloves, nakeichiefs, suspenders. and an elegant e of gents' neck-wear. To yonr left is the hat department, where n Will find all the litest styles and shapes soft and stiff hats, awaiting your inspect i: also a beautiful line of silk umbrellas, th gold and silver handles. Then in the center of this large store you 11 find the counters loaded with choice fo: its for men and youths, of every style, ttern, and quality of goods. Near the center you come to t4le cutaway its, iW whip cord, cork screw, cheviots and icv cassieres. fi'en still moving on you come to Ithe unters filled with double breasted frock its and vests. After passing this stock u are lead into the boys' department, tich is entirely separate from the other artment. This stock of boys and child- J i's clothing is not surpassed by any in W( city or State. Th3 display far exceeds y of my past endleavors in making thisat .ction for the boys and their mothers. te styles and textures of these goods can t be found elsewhere in the city. Those to have visited this depatment are more in pleased with the stock. Just opposite the boys' department you will find a line gents' fine shoes, which can be had in y style or shape that you may need. I p none but the leading makes in this ek. Remember you can find them in all des. Those who want fine shoes will 1 here. Respectfully M1. L. KINARD, 16 Columbia, S. C. C. H. Claussen & Co., tean Bakery and Candy FactorY, CHARLESTON, S. C. CHEAP PRICES. a.ZIIaving jn'st opened a varied stock Fresh Groceries, esire to call the attention of the Claren n People to the low prices and good qual- - of the same. All who favor mie with a 1 will find I sell everything at rock' botWam ices, for CASH, as the following quota ns will show: Best D. S. Sides, at Oc. per lb. Best Family Flour, 25 lbs. for Sl. Best Standatrd A. Sugar, 1'2lbs. for $1. 2. S'igar, 13 lbs for $1. Best Coffee, S lbs. for S1. Comiion Cotice, 1(1 lbs. for $1. Best Git Edge Butter, 3 lbs. for St. Best Leaf Lard, i10 lbs. for S1. 1 other Goods at proportionately low pri . I wish to call special attention to my 10 CENT a Counter. -ive me a call before buying elsewhere, d I guarantee satisfaction. J. S. PLOWDEN, Express Agt., d Agent NEWS AND COURER for rendon County. Spt2'2 )RUG STORE. Dn. J. G. D1Nrass is still at the old ind, formerly occupied by the firm J. G. Dinkins & Co., and is now -epared to supply the people of arendon with STRICTL Y P)URE Drugs5 and eiCins, the Lowest Po.<sible Prices. --ALSO uIN-rs, Oris, GLAss, ToILETrI ARTICLES, OTH AND HuaR B t.sHis, Comss, FINE )ILEr So~rs, STA4TIONERY, ETC. A full and select stock of all the >pular Patent and NonSeceI Medicines nstantly on hand. An elegant assortment of fine CIGA!RS A ND TOBA CCO.I TIuE Pom'rAnt DIAMOND DYES, IA LL CoLoRs. Prescription Department. Physicians' Prescriptions carefully ~ >mpOndced by day or night. .. PATENTS VEATS, TRADE MARKS AND SGPY~i6iiTS btained, and all other business i'n the U. Patent Offce aintended to for .l0ER T E FE7 MODE. Send -dvDJ!:'L t)R DR.! lI1.7. We ad-I se as to patenability free of charge : and e make 50 C'IAiRG;E UXL EY W E ()B 11 PA TEST. We refer here to the Postmaster, the Supt. Money Order Div., and to officials oft the S. Patent Office. For circular, advice, *rms and references to actual clients in ur own State or County, write to C. A. SNOW & CO. miosite Patent O111ee. Washington,D). C. 2:32 -11MI :'TIN( ST., Oharleston, SC.1 0 STOVES, stoVes, Stoves! -AT WHOLESALE tu -AND- E of TI RETAIL! Ili: Iho Tinwares, House Furnishing v< -oods, Potware, Kitchen and Stove of io tensils. aeSend for Price List and Circu- w! su rs.p ELCH & EASON ol Family Grocers, ; 35 & 187 Meeting Street, and 117 W1 0 de Market St., re CHARLESTON, S. C. th ivite attention to the following TI Bargains: W Cut Loaf Sugar, 12A lbs. for $1- to Granulated Sugar. 15.A lbs. for $1. of Confectioners' Sugar, 1 lbs for $1.-an White Ex. C. Sugar, 17 ls. for 41- ke Light Brown Sugar, 19 lbs for $1. st Good Brown Sugar. 20 lbs for $1. gn 21b. Tomatoes, 90 ets. a doz. 31b. Tomatoes. $1.10 a doz. Good Segars, $1 for a bo.: of 50. ----:o: -1Oc These are but a few of the many attract ras we are constantly ofterng, and house epers will find it greatly to their advan- J. 'e to sInd for a copy of our Monthly Price t, and consult it always. .rNo charge for packing or drayage. Boyd Brothers, Wholesale Grocers and iommisson Merchants 159 EAST BAY, of CHARLESTON, S. C. Direct Importers of Ales, Porters, ines, and Brandies. Aug 18 de THOMAiS, JR. J. M- THOMAS.-) --:0:--- tit Stephen Thonmas, Jr,, & Bro. -WATCHES eweiry, Silver and~ Plated Ware, c pectaces, Eye Glasses, and Ti __ Fancy Goods, a as Watches and Jewelry repaired~ expert workmen. CHARLESTON, S. C. TONSORIAL ARTIST. I have open ed a first-class Shaving Saloon st the Enterprise oili.ce, and solicit the pat- ol age of the citizens of Manning and comn-p unity., Pmxus --Hair Cutting, 25c.; Shaving, 10c.; ampooing. 25c. p. Special attention given to children. C. (!. REDIC. July 7, 1886. ~ . a In the Court of Probate. 'P STATE OF SOU:TH CAROLINA, T COUN~TY OF CLAREDNDON, T cofT-T e7 P~hoBATE. Matila R. McFaddin in her own right p~ ad as Administratrix of the estate of Jamies L McFaddin, deensed, intestate, Plaintiff C( Against Elizabeth McFaddin, a minor of eleven ears o age; Hugh McFaddin, a mincor of o years of age; John J. McFaddin, Jr., ad the Dundee Mortgage and Trust Is esiment Company, limited, Defendants. Citation to Creditors. )Y AN ORDER IN THE ABOVE STAT )ed case, hearing date October 4th, A. >1886, it is adjudged:e That all persons having claims againrt e estate of .James Hi. McFaddin, daceased, e, and the same are hereby required to rove and file them in the said Court of robate, en or before the first day of .Janu ry, A. ). 1887, at noon, or be debarred of ny beefit of the Decree made thereinr. O Witness mcy hand and seal of ofilce this. ti day of October, A. D., 1886. J1. DU:PRE ALSBROOR, v~ )et12 Prolate Judge, C. C. EcGahan, Bates & Co. JOBBERS OF t Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, y sos. 226, 228 and 230 Meeting St. CHTARTTESTON, S. C. je _ROVE SCHOOL, Manning, S. C., Aug. 11, 1886. A Graded School for Girls and Small Boy. MA mIFl41N Inu ;UAM AND AN-m EWELL, PnIscPiAI .:: The third year of the iManning Grove School will begin Sep m1ber Uth, 1886. and close 1utine 8th. 1887. It is the purpose of the Principals to give thorough instructiol the eleieitary branlches, and then advance the pupils as Lpidly as sound jIIdgment will admit. Special attention given to CaListhenics. The school buildinig is in complete order for comfort and con nience. being well ventilated, and amply heated in Winter. Expenses Per Month. First Grade, . . $1.00 Second 1.50 Thir. . 2.00 Fourth" 2.50 Fifth ". . 3.00 Sixth " . . . . 3.50 Seventh and Eighth G rades, . . 4.00 Drawing and Painting. . . . 2.50 For further iartictihrs, apply to either principal. Nilliam M. Bird & Co., CI-.ARLWESTON, S. C, Counter, Platform and Cotton Scales., Trucks, Grocers' Tinware, etc, Paints and Painters' Material of every description. We are beadquarters these goods and offer inducements to purchasers. Aug1 ESTABLISHED 1844. Tharleston Iron Works, Manufacturers and Dealers in aine Stationary aid Portable Engines and Boilers, Sawv ill Machinery. Cotton Presses, Oms, Railroad, Steam >at, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies. 8t liepairs exeuled with prompine.<s and Dispach. &endfor prixr lUss. East Bay, Cor. Pritchard St., a1 r. Charleston, S. C. OTTO F. WIETER Wholesale Grocer. WHOLESALE dealer in Wines, Liquors and Segars. No. 181 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C. CALL ON OR WRITE TO FALK & CO., King streetopposite Hasel * Charleston, S. C. FOR YOUR Clothing, Furnishing Goods and Samples sent on application. C. 0. D. shipped subject to approvaL ATTACHMENT. 00 C.) aml Eight Years Old.. Garanteed Pure and Whalesonie For Medicinal or Otheor Us6S. FOR SALE ONLY BY S. WOLKOVISKIE, Agt. IchlO The Brown Cotton Gin Co., NW LONDON, Conn. ... Manufseturers of thre Old E Reliable Brown Cottn GiOds, GW Feeders, and Condensers.. All - ~the very latest i'rements: two brush bel~s tec bearings, - improved roll box, patent whip per, extra strong brush. New WH perfected Feeder, enlarged dust 1 -- proof Condenser. .Stronxg, durable and simple en onstruction. Gins fast. runs ~ light, and cleans the seed per feetl Send for Cirenzlar and Price List. . J. PEr~zER, President. F. S. RoDGEus, Treasurer. ATLANTIC PHOSPITATE COMPANY, OF CHO ARLESTON CB. M1anfacturers of Sfandard Fertilzire.< an,,d Importers of, P UfR E G ERL I. PELZER RODGERS & Co., Agents an.13. Browns Corf CIRLEST05 . C. TRUMBO, HINSON & COMPANY, etors arnd Commissin Merchants, Cotton and Nava STORES, BROWN'S WHARF J. ^L ('IIARIES TON. se CA A. G. CUDWORTH, Age -. 15.5 MEETING STREE'l, opp. Charleston Hote!. Manufacturer and deale-r in Sul s Harness, Collars, Whips, Saddle 11.-ir &c. Keep constantly on hand an ext. - and well selected stock of everything -.- - line. And Manufacture goods to orkl -t short notice. (. S B, MARSHALL a C). . HARDWARE MEI'lD - 139 ME:~t, S-TREEr, Charlesto.. ole Agents For STARKE'S DIXIE PLOUGHS, WATT PLOUGHS, AVERY & PON'S P .1 '4 DOW LAW COTTON PLANTEr. AND GUANO DISTR'If'; . Iron Age Harrows and Cultivators. I 4 Plough Stock, Washburne A En- 1 Galvanized Fence Wire, (flari. pion Mowers and Ecper.V. AND WATSON'S TURPENTINE M ' .4Manufactured ii Fayetteville, N. -; Tool absolutely warrantcd tn, if broken will be repiaced. Also Dealers In GENERAL HARDWARE, AGRICULTrUR)A1.-TE* Hoop Iron, Horse and Munle Sho.---, and Tinware. Coopers tools, I; oi--raw Tools, Cutlery, Guns and Sp- 1, ing Article&. Prices made on application. GRAND, UPRIGHT,&S- .&' /NURPASSED IN Tone and DurablB 188-New Orleans Exposition-- Two -- Medals for Upright and 8 1881- Boston (Mass.) Exposit . I Prize for Square Gran-1, 1878-Paris Exposition--r ' Upright Pianos. 1876-Philadelphia Centennial--s, P-j se .. Upright and Grand. And also ovr 200 FIRST PRE I 1 . at State and County 1 Have the endorsement of over [-, ' --4 Colleges and Schoole as to their A large assortment of kicon os always on hand. Gerieral - agents for Palace, New EnglA.h4 :1 deft Organs. Pianos and Organg sold on fivy Mto.'J. installments, Pianos taken in exchange, al '- . ly repaired. Send for Illustrat- . ..a et Organ Catalogue. CHAS. M. STI I 9N. Liberty Stree Baltimore, Q.M Follin Bro4 CITA RLESTOY.X % DEAI.ERS L TOBA~CCO, CIGARS, PIpli:.~'' Sole agents for the u.l. - brands of tobacco LUCILE, BROAD AXE, GOLD BAw THE OfllE3RATW~ 98, m OVER 10,OOO) - IN CONSTANT i.I BOy DireCt from the - ELEQANT DESlCMJ5. t.ARCE SOLID WALNUT '-** FINELY FINISE'r' BEST SEASONED MA.'. -4 USED. VOICED TO PfRF72T TONE IS UNSURP'. Er SATISFACTION CV A ' '- ) EVERY ORCAN WARR -. 0 rF FIVE YEARS SE.VD FOR CIRC'. Addra~s READING ORl ~ 00., F.R. A :DrNt3 , MRS. A. EDT OPPOSITE COU~lE & Manning, S. C'., Fresh Fruits, Vegetables. .( - hand and arriving daily. My Bakery . mient k Complete with bread ani:: COME AND SEE ME .1 - vinced that my pricer ar .- - -. - u cannot be undersold. -ALSO. Both light and heavy axd . - -. ' m Canned Goods in-: Country trad - I thank my frienids a - -- favors and ask a co1ntinoi. p? Itementber the p