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THE MANNING TIMESP
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 17. 1887.
TERMS OF SUBlSCRhiPTION:
OneYear. in Advance $1..0. or S2.'O a
the Expiration of Six Months.
Advertisements.-Per Sqnare, first
Each substncnt inertion. ;.
7 Contract Avcrtisign. at rnir
Edel Bros.-Tobacco, Liquors, etc.
Lorick & Lowrance-Seeds
J. M. Richardson-Notice to Stock
Mrs. John A. Burgess-11illincry.
Miss Virginia Ingrain and I. I. Bag
nal. -The Grove School.
W. B. Bonham-Foreston Acad
Mr. s. Wolkoviskie Las wovcd into
his new residence.
Miss Katye Mikel, of Charleston, is
visiting at Mr. B. A. Walker's.
Turnip Seed-Fresh and Genuinie'
at Dinkins & Co.'s Drug Store.
The Sproit Guards will hold their
annual reunion next Tuesday, the 23rd.
Mrs. Burgess' closing out sale pre
ents inducements to buyers. See ad.
Stock growers will be interested in
the advertisement of Mr. J. M. Rich.
Mr. C. C. Redic's host of friends are
happy to greet him again in the Ton
The Misses Haynsworth returned
bome to-day accompanied by Misses
Lou and Clara Huggins.
SORGIuM MUJs, Pans, nnd Evauo
rators, cheap, at Lorick & Lowirance.
Columbia, S. C.
Mrs. Virginia Hawkins, of Lynch
burg is visting at her father's Captain
D. J. Bradham.
The condition of ihe cro'ps in the
United States and this State is given
a prominent place on our outside.
A match game of base ball will be
played this afternoon at Juneville. be
tween the Manning and Panola elulbs.
Farmers wanting fresh field Seeds.
suited to this climate, will find them
at Lorick and Lowrauce, Culumbia, S.
The Town Council is to be congrat
ulated upon providind a new cup for
the town pump. It is a real conven
.- Hon. Joseph F. Rhame has return
from the monutains. His trip was:
cut short by an unexpected press of
An account of the picnic at Bethle
bem August 11th, was received too
late for this issue. It will appear in
Belting, Packing, Oils, and Mill
supplies generally; lowest prices; also,
a few second- hand Gins and Presses.
Lorick & Lowrance, Co!umubia, S. C.
It is a pleasure to note that the
weeds on our streets are being cut
down and removed. In this case we
are reminded of the trite maxim,'"bet
ter late than never.'
The Epperson livery and feed sta
bles in Sumter, were burned last Sat
urday nrorning. The loss is estimna
ted at $2,100 on which there was
The examination to fill the vacancy
at the Citadel Academy is appointed
for September 14th, instead of the 6th
as previously published. Mr. WV. C.
Davis is another of the applicants.
A negro boy in Lancaster on the
14th, shot and instantly' killed Alice
Huey, a colored playmate, aged twelve
years, and severely wounded his sister
about the same age, with a shot gun.
PERSIAN INSECO POWDER
Death to Ants, Bed Bugs, Moths, Fleas,
Mites, etc., at the lowest price, at the
Drug Store of J. G. Dinkius & Co.
There will be no preaching in the
Presbyterian church of this place for
several weeks. Rev. -lames McDowell,
the pastor, is taking his usual vacation.
He expects to join his family at Salu
Mr. J. W. Wells, from Painola, Clar
-endon County, was in town on Thurs
day, looking well. Mr. Wells says
the crops in his neighborhood are
looking iine.-Ster Advance.
The ladies of the Summer'ton B~ap
tist Church, will give an entertainment
on Friday evening, August 19th, for
the benefit of the church. Ice-cream,
and cake will be served, and the occa
sion will be made as enjoyable as pos
An illustrated story entitled the
"Russian Doctor," will soon be pub
lished in the TxM1s. The first chap
ters will commence in the issue of
September the 7th. All who desire
to read this interesting story, who do
ne". take the Tnirs, had better sub
scribe at once.
The State Peabody Scholar'ships to
the Nashville Normal Institute have
been awarded, after a competitive ex
amination, to M. 0. Cooper, of Mlari
on, S. J. sraig, of Tylersville, Miss
Nellie Chapman, of Newberry, J. TJ
King, of Reesville, and H. G. Osteen,
The coming of the first copy of the
Sun, the new Charleston newspaper,
was looked for here yesterday moru
ing with keen interest by a great
many. They were disappointed when
it failed to put in an appearance. We
will expect it with this morming's mail.
The skeleton of Mr. M. Levis resi
dance is now a crude representation
of what will be a beautiful piece of ar
'itecture when completed. Mr.
honns engagnd n e Ii *
thoroh nster - f his tral .. His
hi0hms recounwsiakmion Peple-!
nI h f , ia refer
wh n *1 ::.1
The&reon eolmy ill ar(n iin
w . . >'.,) . in
are ue . ! : - t
Prs of Q tob o1 V. wpAs liiTO N or
dea-r, of li0m1 U ::., wE; r eQ,.
sent e rd l n m 'as i 2 riy( b
(1 two 1
WON, ofiu in)1rumm. 1VC waincl Lrvun
rM.n JuHUS ElM", 4f the .Th gen
erosty nd ffabe mmar ofthis ,,x
etedingly pleas:nt en'' nan, mk
hi. perh. ,! c:mst pplmlar anw
sCce~.all <1r. er -n tot road. LI
Oife and good' w to ine jods viud
Dtif i :1y n " 1.\- . ly the ' M C' h in-w
siomt, (o h-s . . 'sr i~ l'' . 01 2.mery
wife of MIr. .Tq4r H. Thinury
Thios n -:a:fm caso::sptn, 0
Jres two SAllhil n to th:Os .tr
ingwe e of a PtOhf no-ther
wasur god fotm to C ba w HiAiS dS
binwbe 'klv in Ler qr'od !::y,.
The high re0u' tho.: MWes of hOr.
pur crae 1a21i0 Cw i J .1. mou,
outinfeed throug lf. It is with un
todgnea soo we chronicle her uan-'
stant, at Nixon's ore in i co2 '
At. the thou f : escpe Wi ull %: "
rving a s eof Myr11
seven COsh, imp msedl for a erime
conunit e inlermeycuny re
m-ardl of :. eored for his appro
hensio2. . J l h .eo t
from Cohumbi1: aunafr Wil
Hams, paid 3'ir. L-sethe rwad
The G1ro-ve School whc -sestalb
lisc.sed tre s - 1
nia ingram, wi'l op on Mondv
the 7t~h of Sit~br ne e
anagmenti,.as en1jtoyed contzinuad
y liberal patronage. Ir. .T. 1. 1ag
lt niow one of !:epmeps. i .lst
raduatp f.in 1. On ta Ae A *'yc
ad is fulY eq **,-pecI inryst
acl tvrily the Cresnblo ics f an
OstWcor This scolw,. ni)ooUbt,
teceive it full share of the "I'l t
rdit MO Amz toe .'tno aclh :.
t- hait ,d .; u 5-1 cO r. niaC .a iv.:r~
. layer : a, tl ul. bes of th. Juwi
hiban n i .I, i., not pu. u ouby .
to ,.e the !'u,;- 7.1 a in -Nalme n
robu bo: n ann wnitlh re 5ha 1 Wa I en
1ons f TI'.o iu among hci'.
--Yhae lobe Olient~ aent. i s
Son, anrrhan: I2 noticedi the Eictrs.
onie of the' is1th reponr Cofb, tos
ptae cus ata that place Si iver dte
vaoit wasour. secu1 iee:aoe
gaint tw of Ie t~et. o the caet.
playes, thee o the est ofte.ue
rl .: clb t nd th1 rn innfu
Wehave ost only 'tw gae thss1
rv about doin .
Mr, 22 N ., Frehlichst - . f? .i --.. 22.
meDin r.' Kn. ' N'.. ... ." mry (.i.
of Uronedti ad2 r. I -1
twnt toie a n ew rlaion o L
stew thaorka Ctrted than rnan
aters andter 1,n New7 cLito Is, bot
D r. ing'., inew~0 tsovery will Cndwmt
ton80 Couns arCe, ns ol Con " 17*
inse &uC's. Dr d Stre swl d .
o nTe Newus .out n pttn up;hti.
Oines to anew reuaion ri e
agetor Seteirbae, as h, cotton beuy
f bales weoihin .undert 400 ponad
14i eeto te sund;i unde a>0 pounds
1-to2a cend1it ppun;rn packaesn less
th one00 punds toegiot teiredLr
otal and therore Inmercs animotante
Tei he gien. anid farmers owl
cotton hey w .illasv1nett their tnjn
interestto in'eras the genral aver
tioa inducement~ 'I fo thr an
Erpan "pines1 oiv thei or.1..
to~ that'sctio. Thi is2 ~n important I.
and sholdrniM" re2'iv their21 attention.-211
Juif(' ki' u nd 11 1'ica- ca l i tS
Uuis vesolr4. SdT LCL'.ye
Corhs anid all kin Erupt''iios, ondr 1o+
tiv aveurs 'ie, or. M C o ~ pay require .
is gu'aanteedto giveperfec 1aidcton
k T U ii
A FA ,
of Februry : l , pub)
lishzed aa ::- c n a
su,~ c o:m~.oa,. causie
a g2e.t cF::. :1 eu
10it~: 1 ~ Iin~
te nt of I ui w
co::onemg a s . a Itde
apeasilv a N. i~g a
f sm ti n"i Ls
m ta de. .n wts
not remnot 1ei f'i-,but on
thec corntrx ,.-,v d
After a poor '-i, foloe and
fec2t 1)ec-anlv. 1 ( zcy
a col . a im Tsea
the teeth, cr i:. a dnd lar
nuid reoe 1- fo, bt" ,Od a
UiA~ .J.: 1' le to re
feen ba c d an svic
a col pasi: n.:f iThe
va a on 'a I i An-d rem
cuid IuS A .1 Th-e relief, a
rsuxt mNN-h, wen it
wae p Li 1tt patient
harea c;i:""r : -n 'n stomach,
abdo \ U tredribed.em-'
adie ii is .vie eiOTaefta
.ife an 01, e! tn was justifi
ble.~~ Acod o-f, o the 22dl
of Februz'lary, 1 1, the opera
tion WaS pefom. . by Dr.
Vance in ine-ence of Dr.
'Tuckerman, D1. Prrier, Dr.
Arms, Dr. .rm Dr.Capner,
and IDr. .....w..h Police
Board. T1e on consist
ed in Ly o*. n t-0 caiyAL
of the alb;' d epi
the stoma.. a: n -u
this Lad lae do*e an examin
tion of ti o ::.ns v-as made,
but to t; v rera: dmay
ofce ia . ia. . e a
tient di1 i r. U've a catwr.
When tc .&'emeial m'eni
:scoverd .1 t 3e im 'mde
a terr.i e r1: he~i; but they
sewed t-. '.arts to.: tor an
adma. ha c th~oor wom:mn
sank fr'o:ni exhaustion and died
n a ie-. 1:ours. How~ sad it
:ust he for the hubad afths
oman to know that his
ife died fromn the effcts of a
urgic:a opecration that ought
2ever to have been performed.
f this vwoman had taken the
proper reimedy fc' Dyspepsia
ad 'erv oa Pretrio (fo~r.
his w:as wha the. :isase really
vag, she~ wouldA hLae been liv
SYRUi , a r e:.'y madi: cx
easie ,r De * si orIni
*i: ha; etei mamy such
ase t' - f4ct healthJafr all
her kl . treatmet have
d'ied The evidnc of its
clcyv m curmg~ tmis class of
assi- to:> voui rous to be
pui,1:,Cd h reIttose who
ead the' puiblish~ed evidence in
avor of tuis nyspGt)c remeuy
bnot question itscnicn
ature, and the sticle has an
EcGahan, Bates & Co
Dry Goo'ih, Notions, Clothing,
>os. 2':i, 228 and 230 Meeting St.
CHARILESTON S. C.
S . ~j*MU'RII & ('o..
Jm M-:;:in S::k~:. C'hasb *tn, s. C.
Sole Agents For
sA i Es INIE PD~ )CG HS,
AVER~Y & SON'S PLUUGH
oW LAW COUTTON PLANT'EL
AND) GUANO DISTiI[UUToIt
Phm.neh Smeck. Wawthburne A Moemx s
peln Mowecrs and K.apers.
WATSON'S TUIUPENTINE ToOLS
L~.Ia u tured in Fayet.ttevil!le, N. C. Ev*e,
T'ool absoutely warrantedt and
if lroken~ will be
Also Dealers In
11op Iron. llorse aind Mnle Shoes, WV
a.:d Tinwa?re, Coopers tools, Miners
Ti-r. enc1rv &unana Snoit
A T' .\N) "BlLOW Cosr!
Mrs. Jom A. UnrBg.S offers for CASH her
ct stock of oodl consisting of
Hats, R1ibbons, Frlowers. Ulme Silks, Sa
tiM,, Velve-ts. La.cs, White and Cored
EnmbroIeries. Dress Goods, Gloves,
Rose. F:uis. Neckwt ar, and eve
I I hur lia at and
B E:T.-W W C ~S".,,
for thirty divs. This means from 40 to 50
per centi dsemnt on fornier prices. No
goods -GE R(1L(diuring this sale. Call
early ato seenro Borgrins.
IPORTANT NOTICE TO
The Colebrated Thoroughbred Racer,
W illie - uke one of tie rost desirable
Stlo~.will st-mdl at P:-%ola, from firto
Sor-tinber t,) first of November. 18S87. For
particniars aply to J. M. Richardson. It
costs Lo more to ra:se blooded stock, than
..erub. Arg. 17bm.
C M3.mAyw, J. L 3iAYHEW
MAR BLGE RANITE
C. MAYHEW & SON,
xzr 1anufacturers of, and
I Dealers in all kinds of
American Marl:-e W0rk.
26 Estimates fur nishedl for
all kinds of Railroad and other
heavy Maso11rr. -C:
JOHN S. WILSON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Mnnnmin ig, S. C.
MOISE & HUGGINS,
Attorneys at Law,
Mianning, S. C.
OIice South of Court House.
WV. F. B3. UI~yswoen, Sumter, S. C
13. 5. Dixissx, IAssiso, S. C
HAYNSWORTHI & DINKINS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
.A.. I..E VI
Attorney at Law.
MIanning, S. C.
emNotary Public with seal
J. IE. SCOTT,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
.Mmon Eg, S. C
OL 2 .
The Manning Academy.
I GRADED SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
E IGIlTEENTH I ESSION BE.NS, 3IONDAY, AIGU.T 29, 1 7.
S. .N TLS. A. I)..Pi iAL
Miss Jomis: IH. Mc3LEN., MIs. S. A. N:m'i.:s, A.-sisi1.
The course of instruction embracing ten years, is designed to furnish a lib
ral education suited to the ordiuarv vocations of life, or to fit studeuts or
he Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior class of colleges.
PLAN OF INsTRECTION.
The most approved text books are used. The blackboard is deemed a:
:ssential in the class room. The moningiq of an aufbIor is invariably riuirei
)f each pupil. In all work done, in whatever department. and whatever th
?xtent of ground covered. our niotto shall always be Thoronghmess.T
this end, we shall require that every lesson b- l'arn,a, if not in time for the
lass recitation, then elsewhere. No real proress can be made so long as
:1e pupil is allowed to go on from day to day reciting only half-perfect lessons.
TERNMS PE'l MONTI OF FOUR WEEKS
Primary Departnwnt ;3 years conrse ....... ................4"', L .00 d S2.00
Internwdiate Department (2 years course),.................. ..... ......... 2
Higher Departiment (2 years' course'............................. $3. and 3.5
Collegiate Department (3 years conre) ......................... . h) ant 5
Music, including use of instrument,..........................................4.0
Contingent Fee. per session ot f months. m advance,........................ - >
B oard per m onth ....................................................... 8.11
Board frou Monday to ridiay (p r onith)............................... ...... 5.(0
W E DESIRE ESPECIALLY TO URGE 'UPON PARENTS AND
Guardians the great imiportance of having their children at sehecol
promptly the first day. The student who enters late labors under serious
isadvantages, and seldo'n takes that stand in his class that otherwise he
would have taken.
The Principal feels inuch encouraged at the hearty support given theI
school heretofore, and pronises renewed efforts to make the school wLat it
hould be-FIRST CLASS in every respect.
For further particulars, send for catalogue. Address,
S. A. 'NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
MANNING.'S. C.. A U UST 15. 1887.
A Graded School for Boys and Girls.
INGRAM. . - - I. I. BAGNAL.
The Fourt'i year of the Manr,ing Grove School will begin Sep'enber 5th, 1887
It is the purpose' of the Principals to give thorough instruction in the klementary
branches, an-1 then adtvance the pupils as rapidly as sound judgment will admit of.
gBoard and lodging can be had upon very reasorble terms, and in good tanihes.
Boys and yonug men desiring to prepare for college, will find the course of instrnction
idwirably adapted to that purpose, and special attention will be paid to that class of sta
ents when desired.
Special attention given to Calisthenics.
The school building is in complete order for comfort and convenience, being well ven
tilated and amply heated in winter.
vRopenses For M onatn.
First grade ........................ 1.00 I Fifth grade........................ 3,00
Second grade ................ ...... I 5 | Sixth grad ........................ 3.50
Third grade ...................... 2.00 Seventh and Eighth grades... .... 4.00
Fourth.gradc...- ............... 2.50 Drawing and Painting............ 2.50
For further particulars apply to either Principal.
FoRESTox. S. 0.
A School for Boys and Girls,
WILL OPEN MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5.
with a full corps of teachers. Military tactics will be a feature
of physical training of the boys. G irls drilled in Calisthenics.
The latest text books used, and young men and ladies prepar
ed to enter the junior class of any College or Seminary in the
State. All of the English branches, Modern and Ancient lan
guages, and Music taught.
With a town of good morals, good health. and splendid rail
road, telegraph. and express facilities, The Foreston Academy
offers superior advantages for the education of children.
Tuition, from $1.00 to $3.00. Board $8.00 per month-from
Monday to Friday, $5.00. For Circulars apply to
W. B. BONH AM,
MISS ELLEN McCORMICK, Assistant. PRnCIPAL.
0 JADINKINS& CO.,
z DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES.
Paints, Oils, Glass,
Fane and Toilet Articles,
Fine Cigars and
and everything usually kept in a
First Class Drug Store. z
sW" Prescriptions carefully com
pounded by day or night. A-i
J. G- DINKINS & CO.
[Sign of the Gold .Mortar.]
- SEEDS. SEEDS. -,
In Stock in Their Season, and for Sale by
I.JORIcK & LOWR.A.NCE,
4COL.UT-M BIE3.a, E3- C-.
Shoe Peg, Golden Dent, White Flint, 1d Cob. &c.
Seed Rye, Barley. Wheat, Oats, and Clover.
OncHAnD Guxss, BLUE Grmss, Timothy, Red Top, Mimed Lawn, Lucerie,
illet. KAFFIR CORN, GARDEN and FLOWER Seed generally.
Irish and Sweet Potatoes for Seed.
j Farmers having MERITromoUs Seed to sell, pleasc correspond with us.
Lorick & Lowrance.
Aug, 17. ay __?_'A
M. H. Nathan & Son,
Carriages, Buggies, Harness, and Wagons.
South-west Cor. Meeting and Wentworth Streets,
CHARLESTON. - - -- - - - S. C.
ociatica, Scratches, Conacted
Lumbago, Sprains, Nuscle,
heumatism. Strains, Eruptions,
Burns, Stitches, Hoof A1,
calds, "Stiff Toints, Screw
Stings, Backache, Worm
Bites, Galis, Swinney,
Bruises, Sore; Saddle Gs...
Bunion Spavia Piles.
orns, Cracks. I
THIS COOD OLD STANDBY
acompishes for everybody exactlywhat iselain'
3orit. One of the reasons for the great popularit)
he Xiustang Iiniment Is found In Its univer:
pplicability. Everybody needs such a medei
The Lumberman needs it in case of accidez
The Housewifa needs it for generafamily .
The Canaler needs It for his teamsand his n.
The Mechanic needs it always on his W.-.
The Miner needs It In ease of emergency.
The Pioneer needs It-can'tget alongwithout ..
The Farmer needs it In his house, his staL-..
and hIz stock yard.
The Steamboat man or the Boatman nec.A
Z In liberai supply afloatand =shore.,
The Horse-fancier needs It-It is hisdL'. -
friend and safest reliance.
The Stock-grower needs it-it wili save L:.i
thousands of dollars and a world of trouble.
The Railroad man needs it and wilneed It
long as his life is a round of accidents and dange
The Backwoodemrnn needsit. Theroisn -
In liko It as an antidote for the dangers to ..
mb and comfort which surround the pioneer.
The Ilerchant needs It about his storeamzrir
is employees. Accidents will happen, and w:.
esocomo the Eustang lUlmcnt iswantedator.,
Keep a Bottle In the House. 'Tis the best ..
Keep aBottle in the Factory. Itsimmed!i'
use in case of accident saves pain and loss ofWaas
Keep a Bottle Always In the Stable f.4
se when wanted.
FOR SALE 9
o The PNuplaof Clarendon:
I am the Agent for the Cel
as All this mll~rehinery is dire.!
from the fatory and will be sold
he Factory Prices. It will 1'
o the advant:tge of piirchasers to ed.
n mue before buying.
W, 800Ti HARVYIN,
MA\NNING, S. C.
Feb. 1G, 1887.
F. N. Wilson,
INSUJRANCE AGEN T
SIANNING, S. C.
Gr. AL LEN II UGGINS, JL..
r2 Olice on Street South of Coa;
After June 20th, I will be prepared I
;ive private ins tucl~t.o to~ young men a:
os, designing t str coises or ac:.
det'. V. 1. .DONIIAM.
RAND, UPR!GHT, & SQUAR.D
Tone and Durability.
85New OrlHan Exposition -Two G.o
MIiad- for LN .;At an d Sqnare.
1881- Do.ton (-':. Expositton-12 .
*er *-' ae Grand.
.7-I'arit' Exposi-tion--For Square ati
1876 -Phita b pha Cent.n::!al-For Squar*,
200) FIRS~T PRIEMIU MS
at State and County Fairs.
ave the en~durormet of over 100i differ":
Colleges ami School- as- to th.-ir durabilit.
A large assortment ot S::o NLo-IIAnD Pn -
os alwvays . n hind. Generad whole.
agents for P'alace, New England and Ulr
Pianos and Organs sold on casy mont'.
Piaos~ tatken' in ceh::n~ge, also thoroa
ly repaired. 5u loa frllustrated Pino .r
CIJAS. M. TIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street
IR Ii mmi'c Mdi