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rTHE xaNIG TIMM,~i
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1835.
B. S. DTNKINS,
ISHTfile %t Gxo. P1.
nH S P P ROwE.LL. & Co's
e Ad-ert-.- Bureau(10 Spruce St.),
nae f-r It i-1
(tne rytQA. in Advc $1.. or $2.00 at
the Expiration of Six Months.
Advertisements.--Per Sqnare, first in -
Each subsequent inseftion. 50C.
Contract Advertising at redneed
Advertising in Local C:.umn. 10e. per
0.: or Terma, fornll Transiezt Adlver
time.ants, are invariably in advance.
Our columnS are open at all tines, for the
M enPristsion of opinions on all subjects of pub-4
ic interest, but we are not responsible forT
tiw vi ws of our correspondents.
The infant iofMr. L. r. Tind'al that
was poisoned some twomonths ago by its
nurse, died lat Monday. The nurse, Sarah
Wilder, is now in jail *waiting trial.
We are requested to state that Mrs. Dorcas
Rhamae is sti quite iL
cadet, Ingrant . L -Bagal, accompanied
by Mr. Willie Datis, heo returned to the
Citade. Also MessrH Borton highy and
Ashley Weeks 'to the Holy Communton
Miss Lizzie lReeves is risiting relatives in
Mrs. lichardspa-aud her daughter Mrs
McCre-ary, visitors'at Dr. Ingram's, left last
week for their home in Florida.
Dr. A. Dargan, reiesenting the house of,
Dowie i .oise. wa in town on the 31 inst
Dr. G. Alien .ts, , qyes. to#-mor
row for thftrilersitPbf Iaryland, to *n
2sh his course in- DentMa Smrgery. - mbih
or friend sess, and hope to see him re
turn at the expiratio of his term ith -x
diploma of that scdence for which be has ex
hibited so much fondness and rare skilL
Gen. E. W. Moise, of the Sumter Bar, was
in town yesterday.
Miss Annie DuRant, of the Fork, is visit
ing friends in town.
Mr. A. Levi, the late Editor of the TintN,
-ft Eanumg yesterday afternoon, to wake
his home in Kew York, where he expects to
practice law. Mr. Levi ltaves nuurons
friends, who regret his departfire, and
wish him a happy career. We feel
satisfied that-is sterling iies will soon
win for hiim itliis new Home, the respect
aind esteem he so richly merits.
We are told that frost was seen in con
siderable quantities Monday morning. The
earliest fall within our recollection.
Idiot. * -
Horace Moody; the iid tic 1sdi yh3 was
found wontering i stitnte, has eIen
consigned to the kioping of the Poor House
THE Rgv. (XEO H. THAYER, Bourbon,
Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe om
lives to SHILON CO'NSTION CURE
or sale by J. G. Dinkins,? Co.
The Town Council have begun work ona
the Court House yard. When the gretl
tall weeds are cut don and removed, the
square will be vastly improved.
One of the most progressive, andi enter.
prising gin'ners of the Summerton neighbor.
hood has this peculiar andi philanthropit
advertisement over his ein-house door :
"Pro bonmo publico, nical and grist's every.
And g'innara a'ar Wa."
STril Justice ft.
The following cases *bre disposed of dur
the last week: Amos Bennett and War.
Johnson, road defautepC triad apd con..
victed.-$15 or25 davs few'Bennett, 4nd ian
or 5 days for Jonsn ;oth prefeired the
The State vs. Miller Binatley, arson, held
for higher Court,
The State vs.-S8nonder, assauft and
battery, not guilty.
ARE YOE3MADF ziserable by indigest
ion, Constipatian,: Dianiness, Loes of Appe
tite, Yellow Skin ? EhrToh's' Titalizer is a
positive care. Fosaa by J,. G.. Dinkias
& Co- < ..-'
We send out this week a large edition, of
the TDCEs, tostibscribers ad maay who are
not. The paper sha~ M.''made eveyh"
that undivided attentioa n ~accompilfs
for i : and wve hope ford alargely increaised
~u~ption list after-theseittle~messengers
~ .~iae 'iisited our'friend~s in the country.
Su at Dudley's,
b3hot supper foi-the benefitof the Baptist
-%rhat ' e teevnn of
t. 2dwas - - n - d dl
ftifu. Weer e merry
crowd. and if sa~~ s , "et
w Ies bez he e e njye
Ithe same place on the 14thse. gtve bal
a Methodistohareh. EvrerybcJ dy ini
M-S L ESSLFKIGRTS, made unera
by that terrible cough. Silon's Cure is the
remedy for you- For sale bT3 E- . Dinkins
Mammna-"Don't you think, Ba,yo
aetting'a litetoo ol obpay g hi
bt the older Iget the better I like 'e~7
A late exchange says : An-editor v.a dy
ing. The doetor felt his pnlsa and Ms:
'Poor man leireulation almost gone." "It's
.a le," said the dying man' "we hae
larger circulation, than any o'e paere ia
the State." Thz&yh an els pper bakn
took him. teagl aebc n
FSeveral communications have been crowd
eout this week. They will appear in our
WHYl WILL TOUL] eough. when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Prie. 1
ets.,50 ets., For sale byJ, G. Dinkins &i
The bird law expired by limitat:on on
The Board of County' Commissioners met
on Monday. Only routine busin-u~s trants
m e w%
f this i.
e alni -
For 1 -
4v J G. I
aLrge s4 and
lara *his time
mny pri c to e
prefe-r li-A.M -
Onr y4. asrerf
Baltima %vats cho
ares: h4 eeting of
ares afte in-ton in
is a higi
Prrae -a 85
PursU eooAclud- S
convenej ve and
ed by - d have
in theI fonuiugI(
unaniluekt i sup
mnttee b ing. and
to take S viite&
sary to irl *ix
nous li jri who
tle of Sh he
.3rs il this
tenth of irring
rel )en SI neiake
to~~ tom bet
iueieati* n o
- reigton- ii
-i nowl a ill
not far bel il
- e buoldud- I
h k~e. ra~n
Il.ev. C. C
Rev. H. -1
at ( alvtir in
stra . . - -
Vas Produced In Manning and is Spreading All over
Practical explanatian of what he meant when he announced that the
INAUGTURATION Nould take place in October.
The People are learning that he meant the
EV ER BEORE KNOWN IN THE COUNTY T
He did not buy his goods early while the prospects were so flattering for
arge cotton crop and good prices, but he bought at a time when GRAND
.GAINS could be had, and this has given him Superior Advantages both
to the Prices and Class of Goods.
Ladies will find a good assortment of Suitings, Striped, meixt and Cris
oss patterns ; various quaint wears, and prety stylesi; Boucle Cloths, En- M
ish Serges, Seotcli Chiviots, London Kyrles, Sioni Batiste, Bourettes.
-otch Tweads, Plaids, Corduroys, and some Black Goods at Low Prices.
hdies will also find Jersey cloths; Stockinettes, Hosiery, Laces, Ribbons,
rloes, Crsets and a Jpledid lot of Long Cloths, Homespuns, Domestics.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST.
Ready 3Made Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoeg. Trunk, Valises,
Very fine line of all wool goods
For Meu and Boys-very cheap.
F Ladies, Genti, and Boys Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
I have a $2 Shoe, soft, well shaped and as durable as shoes that are sold
Iv other ouses at $3. Call for Loyns' walkingfast Shoe. And Hats and
.aps that cant be heat for quality and Low Prices
The news of the INAUGURATION of Low Prices at Li. "Es -, of
his brands of Finest Flour,
T e a,
And all the necessary articles.
You will always find at my Storea Well selectd line of ard
ware. Crockery. Saddlery. and I have g ahd tock of
the best known Brands in the world, and my whole stocko was
Bot fter the decline in eotto;!. at low figures, and of course
B ell lower than any iMerchant who bought while the pros
Spects were bright an y -rices high. -CALL at my NEW STORE
\ an t will be conv iced that it is TIlE PLACE FOR BAR
eGAIN-None Can Beat
Oct. 21t. M.ANING, S. C
Ldies of Clarendon.
emus expressions of satisfaction and pleasure on the part of mi
cnce the general appreciation of my labors ; and being guided b.
en thesgneal thapr m nterests are the interests of my custom
esC~ 'e potu ityss, tha kimy the fo at favors, and infornin
las is oppirito to doen thbetter for them than heretofore, ~
Natamo0(1s tis ~es at cash prices on thirty days instead of Iou
di M Pofts and Quick Sales.
taoF OcroBER, I will have opened and ready for inspeCtol
i0es' and Childreus' DsREs Goons, and TnmxINGs, No-rross,
st-rEaY, GLovES, NECK..WEA, CosES, and n4~ other
Sarticles, too numerous to mention.Yo
dthes Cash, I will guarantee to
sellas Lowi canbe,
ESTON OR SUMTEF
ed SNOT IDLE T ALK TO DR AW CUSTOM.)1|I
av of my prie. (Samples of Goods will be sent on
ia~~a~ 40 ets. to $2.50 Trimmed Hats, 50) ets. to $8.00
in~ "' os 10 cts. to 50 cts. Ladies' Hose, 20 ts. to
ae and Childrens' Collar, hW eit~ to $2.00.
Coor"~mbroidery from 10 ets. to $1.25 per yad
yoe and Colored Flannels, from 30 ets.to5
ipeyard. All Wool Cashmieres, 1 yard
.~ vre.ide, 50 ets. per yard.- Hal eto
l eP'Cashmeres, 1 yard wide.,5cs
per yard. All Wool Double
colors, at 50
(1.00 per yard.
Black, all wool Cash
mneres, 1 vard wide, Fine
GMN ANT at50 t t o 1 0 r d C -
ad Colored Velv'eteels, fom 60 cts o$.0er yard. mmnak
VVelvets, from $1.50 to$.0pry-.~imn~~s
50 cts. to $1.25 per yard.
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aisad Cords for Dress Trimmings, at verylo
toid anatch. Black and Colored Silk Fringe
tok Cords and Tassels, White, Black, and
es, in- gred~ Torriety and. at Low JEriceS'
des', gisses', and Childrenls' $.
d 31isses' Corsets from 50-c to $1.75 per5 etatr.$ La0
isses' Leather and Velvet Had Bas from5es teri0e.
Sshees Thrail id Glove ~ attern s' of ew
n Sewing Machines $
(FORMIER TRICE, $30.)
o- these-low figures, I will give-a. discount of 5 per cent
adies' and Childlrens''Cloaks and Ready-made Suits
orNUFACTU RING PRICES.
ve Catalogue and price li t showno applcati
and ex.amme my godbeoeuygelehr
just as represented.
rs. John A. Burgess,
Manig S. C
Ss.A. RIGBY '
Is the mau who fills the bill
Of the people who have a will
A1 vacancies, needs and wants to fill
With judgement and care.
es I aiCandidate for the patronage of the people, and I am not
of Comptition I fearlessly assert that I can show to the
People of -e
le most complete line of BEtTL DBEss OODi ever offered in this market,
Silk mixed Suitings, Cashmeres,
Berber Cloths, Combination Sbiting's,
Calicoaes in now and beautiful styles.
lannels of all grades and col C Full line of table Damask. Towelling, Sheetings. Long
ehs, ofest Lwgsr Irish Lines, Laces, Embroideries, Zephyr Shawls, Collars, Ribbon,
Hisesery, Gloves, bent fitting Corsets, and Notions,
Hats and Shoes.
adieR, Gonts and Childrefls. in newest gty1e'i. Try a pair of Tnz CmUREATED JAX30
i $3. Shoes, Shoes made to my on order, and you will be pleased with the con
Sand wear of this -Shoe.
rull Line Dee-Skin, Ereadoloths, Cashmeres, Jeans and woolen Goods, bought low
I W be sold low.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
--Splendid line for Men, Boys and Chidref.
A full and Complete stoet,. bought in the best markets, and to be sold at sma.l profit,
keep best Flour, Hains, Bacen, Rice. Sugars, Syrips, Molasses Coffee and Tea.
Canned goods of all sorts. saddle , Briles, HTrness. Hadware, C
Plantation Tools. And the gEST TOBook.
My Clerks will not only take pleasure in sh-winmy e stock of godha
ut ihey are instructed to sell them at ROCK BOTTO31 prices. I know that
otton is low, and I shall not be slow to sell below any other house, I wi
ive highest cash prices f0 cotton. L
Don't Buy 'Til You Try
::; A. RIGBY
STONO PHOSPHATE CO.
CHARLEST01' S. C.
5V FA(IMX Soluble Guano, (HIGHLY AMONTED)
Aid p1hosph0ate, tflsgolved Bone, Ash Element, Flosts.
Keep always on hand for sale Genuine German
Kalnit, (Potash SasJ
Imported direct from Germany, for the Company.
A high grade of Dried Blood, Ground Fish Scrap, Soutb Carolina Marly
Cotton Seod Meal. FOR SALE BY
31. MANNING, S. C.
LUMBER!! LUMBER!! GEO.S HACKER& SO
50,000 Feet on Hand. M OP
FROMI 25cts, to $1 PER HURRES
The ve-y best, and cheap as the cheapest,
can be had at the mill or I will deliver at
C. 3. DAVIS, or A. LEVI,
At Mill, M.nnig. S.C.
I# 8 i - . - - -_
DOORS, SASH, BID
* aiL4$Eingus IM OULING BU DING flhJ
"deij.E',Office and Wareroo&ms, King,
ss so a oe- 2 opposte Cannon Street, -
-r a m Charleston, S. C.
MAIN ST. COLUBIA. S. C.L G & BE,
. -DONE AT- .-PROMPTLY- ,,ey Fe ndSl S. Ce r
: SHORT iNOTICE : ATTENDED) TO.: .~ .D IrQ .
-Ms. (J- E. REeed,
e AI STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
L.In all its Branehes.
Hosiery, Fanecy Goods, Notions,
Ladies Dresses, Children
and Infants Dresses.
Jersey Jackets and Underw'
BrIdal Orders Proniptly
Wat9 nds, Cloclts and Jeelry a~e , e Fu AMcOUSe T iEN
Pianos and Organs~ on easy agEpl W AGe FXY *S, a N
-- X i ll m rys , or U G G IE S of a gl r inds, w hi h
MuscInstrume(nts nd tmg, gc wiA LL. *o St . 9.V
MAIN sTEEE; USACL ...- t
Ne oor to Central N(ational Bank, - NOTICE.
O rde's bai propty attended to. 1 EUsoNS DESIRING to INSURE.
epairing dona in both branches. ter LIV } wilaply t&'
andTRACMVE, w. P. D1UANTA^ 4 *
an .n~mtP WAVERLY HI
r at'mp crm- ar' CHARLESTON, S. C
iEed5~O~@l -rT,. 31.50,. $2.00r AND) $2.50
ne uExcenlent Cuisine, Large Airy roomsl.
orn cl * Electric BelT -
) ~. ~ tecirU ar'~ ojs. PRICE, Proprietor.
5. w c a r n e . --.1 5 . E T N G s T R E E T ,
,~trs~m Both sexes. - less Ciarle~f Hote
tan 4 weekly should try our easy Hancoulrrs, Whipsade s*i~
t eiking business. We want 1c1epconstantly o eheryd ang n thA -
n a(for Men and Boys). No expenience
illlebe re For order per daygv
reo rt forto t e salones df y u-S a o
It willals.. Stte 5 ao
:90 Broadw-ay, New -~k
for sale at this Office.it