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MANNING TDE
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1885.
B.S. DINKINS,
EDITr AND PMornor.
Having recently purchased ti
asm~so Tmh. and with this isue b
'ing its management and editori
to, and feeling in the fullest sen
magnitude of the undertaking,
ucted on business principles, 1
that whatever lack of ability,
nonce may exist, the same will I
me if an active and energet
can avail anything. While 1
hold with hesitation it is also wi
The paper under our at
ecessor loomed up into propc
us so far beyond the expectatio
%hose who stood as its sponsors
yinfancy w to entitle the la
tor, A. Levi, Esq.,'to the reputati(
eijpryas the gentleman and schc
oin leaving this town will car
with him the earnest wishes of all wl
know him, that his future may be i
bright and prosperous as his past h
been useful.
It shall be our constant aim to at
vance the Tuom an the road to us
and success. The agricultur
commercial interest shall as alwa;
been the case, find ready suppoi
untenance and encouragement
columns of this paper. Rich:
erything that could lend attractic
home and fireside, it shall be four
plying useful information ol evei
r, and looking to the wants,
general reader. As an adverisir
um it will offer the rarest faciliti
reaching the interior of the Count
o the staff of correspondence v
the right hand of fellowshi
ask that they come up to the he
the Tnes as warnly as while undi
management of its recent propt
rs.
order to attain unto a full mea
of success we indulge the hol
the citizens of the County w
v to our aid, without which z
ean stemn the bilows of journt
and pass safely into a haven
E AGRICULTURAL MrETING.
Agricultural Association wi
order at the appointed hoi
yby Hon. Jas. Tind
The Constitution and B:
pared and presented, wei
such particulars as wei
r the Association to fill u]
and adopted seriatih
whole. It was well pri
ted to the purposes, an
meet the approval
in the County, who he
bin him to appri
,and public spir
ng to unite in
ed for the commo
interest of the pe<
. There was cor
and some live]
initiation fee, an
the first. annul
*ion fee was flxe
'for hold
was fi:xe
Januar
I that these persons feared the laxity c
. the law as administered, and thus too
the case in their own hands. Dee
down in every man's heart, when ur
der high passion and often in coole
moments, is a desire to be his ow
avenger. This coupled with the to
- eration upon which it has been fostei
le eO, fed abd fattened, was the prim
moving cause, and not that they fea
al ed an impartial trial. This state <
te things is simply horrible and in tl1
if name of God and humanity let th
re bloody practice cease at once an
>r forever. As they have niany of thee
ye offenders in the toils, let the Sta
ic vindicate her honor and uphold he
re dignity, or the time is not far distan
: when any of us, by a well concerte
le plan may have a train of circumstan
r. ces fixed around us-a put up job
Is jerked from our beds at midnight, o
in bare susicion, and led away by
te hooting mob to execution. Let Cul
m breth be the last martyr in such
l.. cause!
COUNTY 'CONTENTION.
Is
L The convention which met on the 31 Inst
and nominated Maj. Henry B. Riebardse
to fill the unexpired term of the late Arthu
Harvin in the Legislature, was composed <
e- some of the the most prominent men of th
al County. The deliberations of the body wet
conspicuous for the general harmony an
good feeling which seemed to pervade th
t assembly. There was no wire pulling, n
n caustic speeches or partisan feeling displa&
n ed-the usual result of political assemblis
n The entire business of the occasion was de
patched promptly and impartially. and with
a out one unphasant occurrence the gratifyin
y nomination was reached. On being intri
)f duced to the convention, where he was r1
, ceived with hearty applause. Mr. Richar<
6 son in felicitous terms acknowledged hi
!s high appreciation of the honor, his conf
v. dence in the party, and his determinatio
e to exert himself to the utmost, while a meu
ber of the Assembly in behalf of his const
tuents.
P The convention accomplished its wor
r ably, and deserve the well done of thos
i. whom they represented.
Maj. Richardson's high social position
character and attainments, pre-eminenti
3- fit him for the discharge of the duty t
is which he is called ; and the people of Claw
11 endon will have a faithful and efficient ai
vocate in the Council Hall at Columbia
one who will be ever vigilant in keepin
1- watch and ward over everything that pei
)f tains to the welfare of this County.
The unanimity with which he was non
inated scarcely renders necessaay the charg
that the electors of Clarendon should eom,
out and show their appreciation of him a
the ballot box.
LS
NOTICE.
r- PERSONS DESIRING to INSUM
e their LIVES will apply to
W. P. DURANT, Agt.,
MANNIN6. S. C.
M. Schwdts
a Saloon,
Mannk'L C&
VatIdrinkrmyBear Idon't.
iSchwrartz's.
Thj Y jjjhae. llCjiA
A.LWAYS EED !
rAT
r
eMOSES LEVI'S
GRAND EMPORIUM!
e
MAGNIFICENT
e
Fall ancdi Winter Stock.
- THE DADIES DEPARTMENT
a Shows the finest Assortment ever offered iii this part of the
- State, and consists in part of
English Dress Goods,
Changeable Dress Goods,
Wool Cashmeres,
French Dress Goods,
Latest Novelty Dress Goods,
Berber Cloths, Flannel Suitings, Shudah Cloths, Silk mixed Suitings,
z Handsome Combination Suit&
Black Silks,
* Dress Surah Silks,
Colored and Surah Satins,
Black Dress Goods.
Ladies Hats.
Prints of all kinds,
Fall Sateen Chintz,
Fine Ginghams,
Cretonnes,
New Style Calicoes,
White and Red Flannels,
Canton Flannels, f
Long Cloths,
Ginghams.
Pillow Casings.
White and Colored Zephyr Shawls.
Line-n Table Damask, Doylies, Towels. Napkins, Sheetings, Shirtings
e Full line of Laces, Embroideries, Collars, Ruchings, Hosiery, Gloves
Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, and a plendid line of
Jerseys and Corsets.
:0:
ELEGAT SHOES
t That will prove Durable and COMFORTABLE, made purpOselY
to suit my lady friends, and stamped with my Name and
Guarantee.
GentlemenThought of Yo, d
Purchased before the recent rise in goods, and knowing that the Crops of
. Cotton are short of your expectations, and that the price may rule Low, I
intend to sell you Cheap ! CHFAPER than you ever bought, not only your
own and your Boys
READY MADE CLOTHING
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, of wtich I have an immense at fully
selected, but I will Sell you Cheaper than you can buy in C
Anything you need from a ooth pick uP.
Double and single
S
HEAP
OTIO]S
GENTL 3N Furuisi-nhg
IPS: found at the
S-TEET. oj t(v LEGG & BELI
Prices thai y can be bought
and SEE.
eST eN &
n.l.N u - .
JLI N S. c
.-a
RO ' 0RTSO
&
or
h
dner HAYNE AND
C T O N
wvLiht r Advances made o
GENERAL
01
HEPOO PHD'SP
Eutaw- -iepoo Fertilir rs,
, IKainit. C( to
Bottoi igures, 114
Sept. 4th
DO 'T R
W ARA NT LON(
G RANTE
PAI
To hist 'AER thn' any ) <
M i xc
T O R E.
200D)S!
-STOInE.
Good(s. TRUNKS, HATS,
RON STORE, BooKS
S Livery Stable. at LOWER
Hlsewhere in 3L.aimo. Call
~EINTLTCI-,
SepIt. 14).
%T TAYLOR
O.,
'ON, S. C.
CHURCH Sreets.
FACTORS,
Consignients of Cotton.- lf
AGENTS
HATE COMPANY
Ashepoo Palmetto Acids.
Seed Meal.
I First-class Goods.
AD THIS.
MAN & MARTINEZ'S
PREPARED
iTS
I Prepared Paint or any Pai.
Pure White
Lead, Pure
Linsieed Oil
:al Pure
0: Is I
IMPORTERS
3EE.A.XB.D
CUTLER
AN
AGIMCULT%
MENTS
Njo. 1 EETLY .STREE
KI-N GOLDEN GUN,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AGENTS FOR
Dnw-Law Cotton Planters, and Gna:
Distribntors. Watt Plows. Avery Plos
Chamnion Mower & Reaper. Gnllet's ste
Brush Gin. Cotton PBloom Gin, or Luminm
Improved Taylor Gin. Was;burne wo
2 barbed Galvanized Fencing Wire at
Fairbank Scales. Aug. 19.
BOLLMANN &Bros
Wholesale Grocers,
I\D DF.US VC
Wines, Liamors, Tobac
co, Segars, &c.
No. 153 & 155 EAST BAY,
CHA RLESTON, S. C.
Aug. 19
BULTMANN & BRO
PROPRIETORS OF
THE SUMTER SHOE STORE,
RESPE(ITFULLY ASK THE EOPL
of Manning and Clarendon Co., t .inspe
their stock, before visiting Clarleston'
they feel contident that they ca do a: we
for them. they have all the latest styles.
They call special :ItteUtionf to 'I )weC 'Ir
de. vi-., LADIES DONGOLA and CAM\EI
EPARD BUTTON BOOTS, which are of ti
most durable Leather, known to the TraI
also to their Gents S2.75 and :.0) Calf S
Shoes, in Untton, Lace and (Con.
They cannot be excelled. As they ar
known to you all, they net- no intro(pt
They have also a nice line oT
and VALISES.

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