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LTHE MCANMBlG TI1IES.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4, l885.
B. S. DINKINS,
Editor and Proprietor,
fle at Gro. P.
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lie interest, but we are not responsible for
the views of our correspondents.
Clarendon has again been called upon to
mourn the loss of one of her most estimable
atiams. Mr. James H. MeFaddin after a
protracted illness of some months, quietly
passed away on Friday the 29th ult., Iesv
ing a wife and family of small children to
mourn their irreparable loss.
Mr. McFaddin though tofally blind for
many years before his decease, gave his
personal attention to his ~large mercantile
and farmmginterests, aith remarkable suo
Cess. He was a communicant of the Mid
way Presbyteran Church. A good man
and one who win be greatly missed, Las
gone to his reward.
Miss Lila Murray, of Edisto Island, is
visitmg the family of Rev. Tmes McDowell.
- iss Sue Galluchat who is teaching a
large school at St. Stephens, spent Monday
and Tuesday with her relatives here.
B. Pressley Barron, Esq., is attanding
Court m Kingstree.
Mr. A. J. Briggs left Manning Monday
for Charleston to attend leesures at the Med
Mr. A. Levi has returned home after an
.D.oxtenaiTe tour north.
j. Gallucbt, Esq., will leave Manning.
to-day for the'almy air of Florida, where
he expects to remain some time for his
Mr. H. Long, of Sumter. spent Saturday
evening with acquaintances in town. A
Maj. H. B. Richardson was unanimously
eleeted to the Legislature yester-ay.
Mr. B. A. Walker has moved into his new
The Shedif lodged his prisoners in the
We regret to learn that ML H. B. Tindal
has lost one of his fine horses. The horse
was a b'ooded animal, and but recently
purasned by Mr. T. in Greenville.
Remember that Levi's is the place to get
Gents anid Youths clothing of the latest
style and best material.
- Mr. D. L. McKay Waite is another farmer
with big corn, and from afr. W. representa
tions he deserves the laurel leaf.
'A peculiar bird of chicken and guinea
connectioni, consigneds to .Mr. Richard
Davis, was on exhibition at the Express of
We welkome among our -exchanges the
-McConide Adrace, edited by Mr. T. M1. Scott,
brother of our towasman, J. E. Scott, Esq.
Inuis Loyns calls attention to his Balking
Powders. To introduce this. extra ordinary
eatM.Loyns gives as a present a piece
ct eat glass ware with every 1por of the pow
bright star of twenty years ago1
baa-pat away. Gera Geo. B. McClellau
ied at hishmeui JerseyCity, . J.&, on
The large wholesale aird retale house ofj
3hen, Furehgott & Benedicfr of Charlston,
sedano introduction'to the people of Clar
mndon. This handsome estabhishment is
bamong the most attractive points on Eing
street. Bead their column advertisement
on.Airst page and remember where to go
- e cure for CatarrhDiptheria,sand Conker
Mouth. For sale by J. G.Dinkins & Co.
Marriedeuesday evaairg Oct. 27th, Dr.
Tm. B. Frazier toMisM.E. Setzer, form
erly of Clarendon.
%Messrs. W. F. B. Hraynsworth, E~. WV.
Moise, Jo.. H. Earle, Marion Moise and W.
D. Blanding, of Sumter, attended the Com
mon Pleas Court; also H. J. Haynsworth,
seq., of Kingstree.
Dr. Howard~the medicine man, wsas on
the streets Saturday with "Snow and Den
-nis." The Dr. is a ventriloquist of no or
dumary ability, with this r're power utilized
through his images, a steing, gaping crowd
were furnished hement for a day.
Gold Watches tivren Away.
Ludden & Bates Southern Music House,
of(&vannah, Ga., are actually giving awaiv
handsome Gold Watches as a souvenir of
their removal to thein msgnificent new temn
ple of music, which is the largest now -oc
eupied by any music house -in the U. S,
B ead their startling advertisement ini this
issue, and senid'your name and asddress for
further information. This house is noted
for its square dealing, and can be depenid
edon to fulfill to theletter any offer they
mnake. You can trvust them every day in
THE R1EV. GEO. H. THAYER, Bourbon.
lnd., says : -"oth mysel( and wife owe our
lives to SHILAH'S CONSUMPTION CURE.
-or sale by J. G. Dinkinagi Co.
ST.EEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shilon's Cure is the
remedy for you. For sale by 3. G. Dinkins
On Saturday evening one Clarence . Cen
nex, colored, with malice in his heart and
a cudgel in his hand ran his Desdemona
from her home, and then felled his sister-irn
law, Lucinda, laying her head open. Dr.
Brown was sent for and the wounded Lu
cinda cured. Clarence fled, but was subse
quently captured and carried before the
Municipal Court who condemned him to-fif
dollars or thirty days in the "lock up."
A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bot
le of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50
cents. For sale by J. G. Dinkins & Co.
The exhibits at the State Fair, it is said,
will be finer and more varied than ever be
fore. The railroads have made special rates
that all may attend. Tickets for the round
trip from Manning only $2.
The Centennial exhibition of the South
Carolina Agricultural Society will commence
on the 23d inst., at Charleston. Every ef
fort will be made to make this the Centen
nial of the Society eclipse everything
in the past. The State's part of the New
Orleans Exposition will be exhibited. The
farmers- of Clarendon are invited to
send samples of their farm produce and
compete for the numerous and valuable
prizes offered; also the ladies with speci
mens of needle work, sweet meats etc. Any
article left with Mr. W. K. Belt will be sent
free. We publish in another column a part
of the prizes offered, the remaining will ap
pear next week.
Thanks to Mr. F. L. Roche, the Secretary,
for a complimentary ticket.
At the close of the Sessions Court Thurs.
day the convicted parties were brought into
Court and received the following sentences.
Minos Benbow-Lareeny of live stock
two years in the Penitentiary.
H. H. Green-Carrying concealed weap
on-three months in the Penitentiary.
John 'Miller-Manslaughter-ten years
in the Penitentiary.
Weary Singletery-Malicious trespass
three months in the County Jail.
The solemnity of the occasion and the ab
ject demeanor of the condemned visibly im
pressed the large crowd present.
Solicitor Gilland deserves the well done
of both lawyers and people by his able and i
impartial management of the prosecution.
The Commen Pleas opened Friday,- On
ly four cases were tried. The Civil calen
dars are crowded with old casea. The law
yers should unite in demanding an extra
term of the Court that these cases may be
Waiting at the DepoL
While waiting for the train -a morning
Last week we listened with rmingled feel
ings of astonishment ild pleasure to rem
iniscences of 'Teafs by the popular and
ourteous Capt. Sing of the Central railroad.
Becoming enthused with his subject the.
Capt. said, "What rve told so far is noth
ing, the cows out there are elephants com
pared with with the puny animals here.
My father ad an ox he wanted to ship to
your own place Charleston. and they had
to build a special box for hni, these little
ars with doors only 14 feet wide were too
small." Noticing something peculiar, the
Capt. inflated himself. assamied a dangerous
ook and simply added thats a fact gentle
men, I am 'a man of the world and of curi
osities too, Ihave a pig that can take a drink
trom a six ounce bottle. The train ernme
and we left. These statements are indubit
able-the Capt. has a reputation for voraci
ty at least co-extensive with his conspicuous
For lame back, side or chest, use Shilohi's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. For sale
by JG. Dinkins &Co.
Sa wx Swjar, S. C., Oct. 13th 1885.
M3r. Editor : We were surprised to hear
hat the Trxxs had again changed editors,
and while regreting for the paper the loss
of so able an editor, we can but congratulate
it that it has fallen into the hands of one,
whom we feel assured will exert his best
abilities to keep the Tzxs what it now is
a readable and interesting paper. Our
neighborhood is very dull now, duller in
fact than it has been this year. The farmers
are absorbed in their cotton picking, and
he ladies in their fall sewing, which is
about as bad as spring eleaning. The cotton
fieldasre very white, and in some fields
where the catter-pillers have destroyed the
leaves, it looks as though the ground was
covered by a heavy fall of snow. The fam
ily of Mr. Moses Butler have returned to
Sammy Swamp after an absence of nearly
nine years in Texas. Their unfeigned joy
at their return to their old friends and old
home, illustrates very fully the truth of the
old song that, "There is no place like home."
His daughters, two of whom, are just verg
ing into young lady-hood, will prove quite
an acquisition to the neighborhood. One
of your fair Manning maidens. Miss Ella
Butler, has been visiting relatives in our
community for several days past. The
weather is perfect now-beautiful, hazy In
dian Summer. and as we stroll through the
quiet roads and laues, abLaize with bright
autumn flowers and grasses and look across
the fields of golden corn and snow white cot
ton to the woods aglow with bright tinged-fo
liage, we often think what a pleasure it
would be to the poor, tired shop and fhactory
girls of large cities to be in our place for a
while, and enjoy to their heart's content
these beautiesof nature,
We were amuseds t the attack made upon
"Meipse" by "Ox Farmer", and could but
notice the contradiction of the thing; for if
he is as he professes to be, an "Ox Farmer"
why in the name of absurdity does he fall
atoul of oag who is trying to champion his
class? "Oht! contradition thy name is man,
-espcia' if-he be an "Ox Farmer."
We have a slight suspicion that if he
knew as much about factors as does Meipse,
he would not so valiantly weild the cud gel
in their behalf.
Well, Mr. Editor, we helieve there is not
another item of interest in this c6mmunity;
excephperhaps, that since the ginners have
*lowered their prices, they are doing a fine
business, and so we will say Au recoir.
Sper--! Preininums Centennial Industrial
Zxhibition, 1885, of the A gri
cultural Society of
Opens November23d 1885.
All Exhibits competing for these Prem
iums, must be delivered to the Secretary,
by November 21st, 1885.
For the best two bushels white wheat,
half ton amnioniated fertilizer, offered by
the Asnx.oo PHos. Co.
For second best two bushels white wheat,
half ton Acid Phosphate, offered by the
WANDO PHOS. Co.
For best two bushels red wheat, half ton
ammoniated Fertilizer, offered by the Stono
For second best two bushels red wheat,
half ton Acid Phosphate, offered by the Ash
ley Phos. Co.
For best two bushels of bread corn, half
ton Ammoniated Fertilizer, offered by the
Atlantic Phos. Co.
For second best two bushels bread coin.
half ton Acid Phosphate, offered by the Pa
cific Guano Co.
For best two bushels stock corn, half ton
Ammoniated Fertilizor, offered by the Ash
ley Phos. Co.
For second best two bushols stock corn,
half ton Acid Phosphate, offered by the At
lantic Phos. Co.
For best two bushels barley, half ton Am
moniated Fertilizer, offered by the Etiwan
For secon best two bushels barley, half ton
Acid Phosphate, offered by the Ashepoo
The Bapt.st Association convened with
the Camden Baptist church last Thursday,
Oct. 22nd. All the churches--23 in number
--within the bounds of the Association, were
represented. Rev. L. D. Bass, of Manning,
preached on Wednesday evening'previous to
the convening of the Association on Thurs
day to a large and 4ttentive audience.
. Rev. M. E. Broaddus, of Camded, was
made Moderator, and Kev. J. D. Andrews,
of Foreston, Clerk.
On Thursday night discussions on educa
tion were delivered by Col. J. A. Hoyt, edi
tor of the Baptist Cburier, and Dr. Charles
Manley, President of Furman University.
The introductory sermon was preached on
Friday morning at 11 o'clock by Dr. Manley.
Each missionary object was well presented
and endorsed. Over $500 was raised for
the permanent endowment of Furman Uni
On Sunday morning Rev. J. Hward Car
penter, of Mayesville, preached the Mission
ary sermon in the Baptist Church from I
Cor., 9. 22. Dr. Charles Manley flled the
pulpit at the Presby:crian Church in the
morning, and the Baptist Church at night.
Rev. L. D. Bass, of Manning. delivered
a forcible sermon in the Methodist Church
on Sunday morning from the text found in
Gal., 6: 7. The sermon of Mr. Bass was in
deed a fine one, and the congregation gave
him their undivided attention. At right
Rev. Mr. Carpenter preached an impressive
sermon from I Cor., 13: 12.
Our Baptist friends had delightful weath
er during their meeting and we are pleased
to learn that quite a profitable time was
reaized by them.- Iate Messewjer.
"HACKMETACK'' a lasting andi fragran
perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents. For sale
y J. G. Dinkins & Co..
A. 31. E. Church 8. S. Convention.
The above named Concention.of the Man
ning District covened at Emnning C. H.,
Thursday, Oct. 22d 1885.
P. E. Jno. W. Lyke's was called to the
Chair; Rev. J. B. Peyton was elected Secre
ray, ad I. S. Grant reporter- for the MA.
szxo Tzxras. also for the Ckristian Recou'er
of the A. Mi. E. Church.
And the time the conventin was: in ues
son was a pleasant one. The 1tepozas from
various schools was encouraging, and it is
a demonstration of the interest manifested,
relative to the Sunday School work in dis
trict. 'The seport of the committee on Sun
day Schools ;as gratifying, 1,771 pupils,
999 books and 87 teachers. Last year's rr'
port for pupils was 1,580. It-shows an in
crease of 191 ; and one Circuit or two did
not report; and it very readily shows that
the Lord has blessed us in our works
throughout the district, and we ask the uni
ted efforts of all.
ARE YOU MADE miserable by indigest
ion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appe
tite, Yellow Skin ? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a
poitive cure. For saile by 3. G. Dinkins
WHY WILL YOU cough when Shiloh's
Cure will gie immediate relief. Price 10
ets., 50 ets., For sale by 3, G. Dinkins A
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bron
chitis immediately releived by Shilohi's Cure
For sale by 3. G. Dinkins & Co.
SHILOR'S VITALIZER is what you need
for Constipation. Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all Symptoms of Dype psia. Price 10
and 75 cents per bottle. For sale by 3. G.
Dndins & C
The Law p)artnership of Gal
luchat & Hir-sch is this day dis
solved by mutual consent.
J. GALLUCHAT, Manning, S. 0..
M. J. Hiseon, Kisssna, S. C.
CAEATS, TRADE MARKS AND COPYRI6HTS
Obtained, and all other business in the U.
S. Patent Office attended to for .1OIDER
Send )LODEL OR DR AWISG. We ad
vise ats to patenability free of charge ; and
we make 50 CIIA RGE UNLESS W E 01B
T A I X PA TEXT.
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.,
Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D. C.
FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Complaint
you have a printed guarantee on every bot
tle of SHILOR'S Vitalizer. It never fails to
cur. or se by .. DiTnkins & Co.
Was Produced In Manning and is Spreading All over
Practical explanatian of what he meant when he announced that the
INAUGURATION would take place in October.
The People are learning that he meant the
EVER BEFORE KNOWN IN THE COUNTY.
He did not buy his goods early while the prospects were so flattering for
a large cotton crop and good prices, but he bought at a time when GRAND
BARGAINS could be had, and this has given him Superior Advantages both
as to the Prices and Class of Goods.
Ladies will find a good assortment of Suitings, Striped, mixt and Criss
Cross patterns; various quaint wears, and pretty styles; Boucle Cloths, En
glish Serges, Scotch Chiviots, London Kyrles, Simoni Batistes, Bourettes,
Scotch Tweads, Plaids, Corduroys, and some Black Goods at Low Prices.
Ladies will also find Jersey cloths ; Stockinettes, Hosiery, Laces, Ribbons,
Gloves, Corsets and a splendid lot of Long Cloths, Homespans, Domestics.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST.
Ready Made Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes. Trunks, Valises,
Very fine line of all wool goods
For Men and Boys-very cheap!
Ladies, Gents, and Boys Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
I have a $2 Shoe, soft, well shaped and as durable as shoes that are sold
by other houses at $3. Call for Loyns' walkingfast Shoe. And Hats and
Caps that can't be beat for quality and Low Prices
The news of the INAUtURATION of Low Prices at 3-a. ' 70., O
his brands of Finest Flour,
And all the necessary articles.
You will always find at my Store a well selected line of Hard
ware, Crockery, Saddlerv, and I have Cigars and Tobacco of
the best known Brands in the world, and my whole stock was
Bought after the decline in cotton, at low figures, and of course
I can sell lower than any Merchant who bought while the pros
pects were bright and prices high. CALL at my NEW STORE
and von will be convinced that it is THE PL.ACE FOR BAR
GAINS-None Can Beat
Oct. 21st. lANNING, S. C.
Ladies of Clarendon.
The numerous expressions of satisfaction and pleasure on the part of my
patrons, evince the general appreciation of my labors ; and being guided by
the principle in business, that my interests are the interests of my custom
ers, I take this ooportunity of thanking them for past favora, and informing
them, that I am now prepaired to do even better for them than heretofore, as
I am buying goods this season at cash prices on thirty days instead of foum
months time. My motto is,
Small Profits and Quick Sales.
By the FIFTrxr OCO~BER, I will have opened and ready for inspection,
a full line of
-Also,-Ladies' and Childrens' DE~SS GooDs, and TRDDtIINGs, Noods,
- . HosiRY, GIvEs, NEC-wERu, CoRsrrs, and.many other
articles, too numerous to mention. For
the Ca.sh, I will guarantee to
- ~sell as Low as can be
'CHA RLESTON -OR SUMTER.
-(7 W bIS IS N0T IDLE' T ALK TO DIMAW CUSTOM.)-'ili
Below find some of my prices. (Samples of. Goods will be sent on ap
Untrimmed Hats, 40 cts. to $2.50 Trimmed Hats, 50 cts. to $8.00
Childrens' Hose, 10 cts. to 50 cts. Ladies' Hose, 20 cts. to
50 cts. Ladies' and Childrens' Collars, 10 ets. to $2.00.
White Embroidery from 10 cts. to $1.25 per yard.
White and Colored Flannels, from 30 ets. to 50
ets. per yard. All Wool Cashmeres, 1 yird
..wide, 50 ets. per. yard. Half Wool
Cashnmeres, 1yard wide, 35 ets.
per yard. All Wool Doubb
Width Flannel Suitings,
colors, at 50
$1.00 per yard.
Black, all wool Cash
meres, 1 yard wide, Fine.
Goods, at 50 ets. to $1.00 per yard..
REMNANTS IN DRESS GOODS BELOW COST.
Black and Colored Velveteens, from 60 cts. to $1.00 per yard. Black and
Colored Silk Velvets, from $1.30 to $2.00 per yard. Trimming-silks, and~
Satins, from 50 ets. to $1.25 per yard.
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Gilt and Silver Braids and Cords for Dress Trimmings, at very low
prices, with buttons to match. Black and Colored Silk Fringe
for fine goods,-Silk Cords and Tassels, White, Black, and
Colored Laces, in great variety and at L ow-Prices.
Ladies', misses', and Cildrens'
Ladies' and Misses' Corsets from 50 Sts. to $1.73 per pair. Ladic's
and Misses' Leather and Velvet Hand Bags, from 50 cts to $1.00.
Toilet Soaps and best Toilet Powders, at Lowest Prices.
Lisle Thread, Silk, and Kid Gloves. Pattemns of new
Wilson Sewing Machines $25,
(FORMER PRICE, $30.)
In addition to these low figures, I will give a discount of 5 per cent on al]
bills amounting to $10 and over.
Orders for Ladies' and Childrens' Cloaks and Ready-made Suits will be
filled at New York
alir Descriptive Catalogue and price list shown on application. It wil1
pay you to come and examine my goods before buying elsewhere. They arC
guaranteed to be just as represented.
Mrs. John A. Burgess,
TH E WINNING CANDITE!
a S. A. RIGBY Z7
I% the man who fills the bill
Of the people who have a will
All vacancies, needs and wants to fill
With judgement and care.
Yes! I am a Candidate for the patronage of the people, and I am not
afraid of Competition. I fearlessly assert that I can show to the
People o)f ClarenC.on
The most complete line of BEvrDtL Dm|rS GOoDS ever offered in this markeL.
Silk mixed Suitings, Cashmeres,
Berber Cloths, Combination Suitings,
Calicoes in new and beautiful styles.
Flannels of all grades and colors, Full line of table Damask. Towelling, Sheetins, Long
Cloths, Best Lawns. Irish Linens, Laces, Embroideries, Zephyr Shawls, Collars, Bibbons,
Hosiery, Gloves, best fitting Corsets, and Notions.
Hats and Shoes.
Ladies, Gents and Childrens, in newest styles. Try a pair of TIM CztzsaD JAm
MUAxs $3. Shoes, Shoes made to my own order, and you will be pleased with the sn
fort and wear of this Shoe.
Fall Line Doe-Skin, Broadcloths, Cashmeres, Jeans and woolen Goods, bought iee
and to be sold low.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
-Splendid line for Men, Boys and Children.
A full and Complete stock, bought in the best markets, and to be sold at small proels.
I keep best Flour, Hamus, Bacon, Rice. Sugars, Syrups, Molasses, Coftee and Tea.
Canned goods of all sorts. Saddles, Bridles, Harness. Hardware, Cro*y
Plantation Tools. And the BEST TOBACCO.
My Clerks will not only take pleasure in showing my large stock of good*
but they are instructed to sell them at ROCK BOITOM1 prices. Iknow that
cotton is low, and I shall not be slow to sell below any other house. I wil
give highest cash prices for cotton.
Don't Buy 'Til You Try
STONO PHOSPHATE Co.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MAUFACTURE Soluble Guano, (HIGHLY AMMONIATED.)
Acid Phosphate, Dissolved Bone, Ash Element, Float.
Keep always on hand for scle Genuine German
Kainit, (Potash Salts,)
Imported direct from Germany, for the Company.
A high grade of Dried Blood, Ground Fish Scrap, South Carolina Marl,
Cotton Seed Heal. FOR SALE BY *
"M. 3",ey ., MANNING, s -C.
LUMBER!! LUMBER!! GEG. S. HACKER
50,000 Feet on Hand.
FR9M 25cts, to $1 PER HUNDRED.
The very best, and cheap as the cheapest,
canbehadatthemillorI will deliver at
C. M. DAVIS, or A. LEVI,
At Mill, Manning, S.C.
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