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THE MANNING TIES
Published Every Wednesday.
S. A. NETTLES,
ErITo aD PRoPnro.
M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT,
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S. A. NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
Wednesday, May 16, 1888.
, our Name in Print.
-Co!. H. L. Benbow spent last Sunday
-Mr. Frank Benbow, of Mayesville, was
MrsJ. E. Barnette, is visiting at her
father's, Ir. A. Loryea.
-Miss Sallie Jervey, of Sumter county, is
on a visit to friends in Manning.
-Mr. Henry Appelt, of Darlington, is on
a visit to his brother, Judge Appelt.
-Capt S. E. Conyers, of Foreston, has
been quite unwell, but is much better.
-B. Pressley Barron, Esq., was in at
tendance at court in Kingstree this week.
-Mr. Henry F. Windam, of Elloree, is
quite sick at the residence of Mr. James B.
-Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Richardson, of Green
ville, were last week visiting Mrs. Richard
son's relatives in this county.
-Mr. V. H. Phelps. of Sumter, and Mr.
John Stork, of Columbia, were on a short
visit to Mr. Gustave Alexander this week.
-Mrs. Nancy J. Roberson, who has been
visiting relatives in town, leaves for her
home in Chester county next Thursday
-Mr Geo. T. Rowe, telegraph operator at
Cartersville, Darlington county, is very sick
with fever at that place. His brother Jim
mie, of our town, is at his bedside.
-Dr. Henry McLauren, Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Jervey, Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Purdy, Mr.
C. Stubs, and several other parties from
Sumter were in town yesterday, to attend
Dr. np m's funeral.
-Miss Rea, who bas been teaching in the
Calvary section for the past two years, will
close her school on the 16th inst., and leave
for her home in Danville, Pennsylvania.
After a short stay; with her brother, she ex
pects to join friends in New York on the
3rdinst., and take passage for Europe, on
asix, or eight months' pleasure- trip. She
expects to land in France, and spend one
month in Paris, and then take in every
place of interest in Austria, Germany, Rus
sia, Italy, Spain, an4 -a portion of Africa.
She looks forward yith special pleasure to
a drift on the Nil and Gydnus in Egypt.
Miss Rea is a young lady of rare attain
ments, blessed with a kind and affectionate
disposition, and has endeared herself to a
hoast o *ue, and loyal friends in this-coun
- ' Those who know her best, will miss
'her most. That she may have smooth
..sailing. realize her most sanguine expecta
ion have a safe return to Ame:ca, visit
M dn 'asiatn one more pic
nidatFlud's1mill, is the earnest and most
Friendy wish of. OCCASIONAL.
.<PrLcT!s fx cours or.
UinEARTON and CLARENDON.
Address Commijunicaitions in care of Man
ung Tmmse . .
-Since the rain Saturday, the weather
- abeen-quite cooL Hail fell in some parts
of the county.
-3faing and Juneville base-ball clubs
played~a match game in town last Saturday.
Manning scored a victory by 21 to 15.
-The Baptist Sunday-school picnic to
have been at Harvins station on the Cen
tral . B., next Saturday, is postponed un
-Foeston is still on a boom. A mem
ber of the Convention told us that there
was in that place now a pawnbrokerage as
--A communication from "Occasional"
about the Flood's mill picnic, and a letter
about how pensions shonild be paid, are un
avoidably crowded out this week. So, also,
is all editorial matter.
-The ladies of the Baptist church will
give an entertainment in the Summerton
Academy next Frnday night, for the benefit
of their church. They will serve ice cream,
banana cream, lemon sherbet, pine apple
aberbet, and other delicacies.
-Court convenes in this place next Mon.
day, but there is little business before it
No civil cases requiring a jury are heard
at the May terst ~of court. The criminal
court will probably adjourn Monday after
oon or Tuesday morning. Judge Aldrich
-The recent rains were general through
out the county. Crops are reported as look
fagfin. Gn.Green has mustered oul
his forces from winter quarters, and is ad
vacing on the "King," whose subjects ea
ready withi sharpened steel to raise the dua;
while they battle in the fields.
--..The Williamsburg county conventiot
last Saturday elected delegates to the State
congressional, and judicial conventions
endorsed Cleveland for president, Earle fo:
,atorney-general,. and Gilland for solicitor
recommended convention fcr nominainE
Stte officers;. and adopted primary fo
..-Dr. J. ML. Burgess, of Greeleyville, ha
published "Chronicles of St. Mark's Parish
Santee- circuit, and Willamsburg Town
ship, South. Carolina,"' price $1 per copy
This is a valuable addition to the literatur
of our Stase; and well worth the price askea
fo t. IRis-ahistory of this section of th
State, and nearly every family in the edun
ty will find, interesting reading about thei
anesors. The book contains twenty-fou
chaptes, and is neatly printed. Dr. Bin
ges will send it postpaid for S1. All wh
have subsesibed for the work are requesi
eto sen& him' their subscription at once
He expects to be in Manning next weed
yha-nerhad a good picture of youw
,RyW eciding, of (biumbia wh.o i
,aldag ' by aC newuad suprirprocesa
Dr. JOHN ISAAC INGRAM.
Dr. John I. Ingram died suddenly of
heart disease, at the residence of his son, S.
B. Ingram, in the fork of Black River, on
Monday last. Dr. Ingram was present at
the county convention last Saturday, and
presided over its deliber..ions. yet he was
somewhat indisposed throughout the day.
He grew worse that night, but was better
Sunday. He believed that death was near
at hand, and spoke of it o some persons,
} but said nothing about it to his family for
fear of alarming them. He went out Sun
day morning to the poor house, and also
made ahother profossional call, but on ac
count of his fears of death from heart dis
ease or from apoplexy, he got a gentleman
to accompany him on both trips. Hearing
in the afternoon that one of Mr. S. E. In
gram's children was sick he repaired imme
diately to its bedside, and soon relieved the
child, but grew worse himself; not so much,
however, as to arouse serious apprehension.
He was a little restless through the night,
but better the following morning. About
midday he began to realize that death was
approaching, and expressed a desire to re
turn home, saying he felt certain the end
was near. His horse and buggy was ready
for him to come to Manning, but before
starting he went out in the yard for some
purpose, and was walking around the
house, when t-, stroke of death came on.
It is thought he quietly lay down, and died
instantly. He was almost immediately
discovered, and all that loving. and. affec
tionate hands could do was done for him,
but "in the twinkling of an eye" the spirit
had flown; the great and good man was
dead. He died about two o'clock P. m.,
Monday, May 14th.
John Isaac Ingram was born in Darling
ton county, S. C., July 7, 1820. He receiv
ed as fair an education as could be had at
the :irue in that section .f the county, al
ways ranking among the first of his classes.
He chose medicine as his profession, and
was graduated at the Philadelphia Medical
College in 1841.
He at once located in that part of Sumter
which is now Clarendon county, with his
office at Brewington. The people recog
nized in him a safe leader, and elected him
to the Legislature, over strong opposition,
in 1842. He served six years in the House
and was elected to the Senate in 1843 where
he served eight years longer. He was a
member of the Secession Convention, and
one of the signers of the Ordinance of Seces
sion. He had been a strong Unionist, but
when the people voted for secession he
yielded to the will of the majority, and cast
his lot with that of his State. For four long
years suffering soldiers received his skilful
treatment on the fields, while their hungry
wives and children were fed from his boun
tiful crib. He was a staunch and uncom
promising Democrat, ready at all times
with his time, means, and influence to fur
ther the interests of the Democratic party.
Hampton appointed him county treasurer
in 1876. which position he held until he de
clined to apply for re-appointment four
years afterwards. At the time of his death
he was a member of the Board of Regents
of the State Asylum, which position he fill
ed with marked ability and advantage to the
He manied Miss Elizabeth J. Conyers of
Clarendon in 1841, who, with nine of eleven
children survives him. Dr. Ingram was a
man of decided character and of wonderful
power and influence, being probably, all
things considered, the greatest m.~n Claren
dn has ever produced. He participated as a
leader in the hotest political contests the
county has ever had, and even among his
bitterest enemies there is not one who can
point to a dark spot in his record. As a
mortal he had his faults, yet by his forea of
character he commanded the high respect
of his foes, and won the deep-rooted love
of his friends.
Dr. Ingram's death was a shock to the
entire community, and a deep gloom pre
vades every heart. He will be greatly
missed not only in his fatmily and the
town, but throughout the county and in
Dr. Ingram had for many years been a
consistent member of the Presbyterian
Church, and at the last communion partici
paed in the service. Rev. James McD'owell
assisted by Rev. H. M. Mood conducted the
funeral service yesterday afternoon in the
Presbyterian church. Never before in the
history of Manning was such a large crowd
at a funeral. The eulogies pronounced by
both Mr. Mood and Mr. McDowell were
tuching, beautiful, and meritorious.
His body was interred in the Manning cem
etery. During the funeral service every
business house in the place was closed.
Mr. D. M Bcdham has had his grist mill put
infirst class repair, anud is running ii ev-ery day in
the wceek. He asksthhemay be gien atrial,
asd says thazt he can give sats' action.
Clean Feather Beds.
The Win. H. Bryaznt Renovating Com
pany have moved their large Steam Feath
er Renovator and. Boiler into the two
story building adjoining our office, and
axe crowded with work, being kept busy
all the time. Mr. Bryant is here superin
tending the work in person with a corps of
efficient workmen. Dr. J. D. Harvey, who
is associated with Mr. Bryant, conducted
us through the building where the hands
were at work. A large steam boiler is locat
ed in the back room, with pipes extending
into the large hall where the renovator sits.
Through these pipes the steam is conducted.
Into this renovator is poured the feathers
from feather beds, to whose age "the mem
or of man runneth not to the contrary,"
an'd though when they go into the appara
tus they are shriveled, dirty, and in lumps,
with sometimes not a very pleasant odor,
yet when they come out they are alive and
as fresh in appearance as when the bed
was new. The renovator by the process of
-steam simply cleans out the dust and iilth
and revives the feathers to their original
life or spongy texture. They are then as
goda eand will keep alive as lon~g as
the beds are kept clean.
It was at first thought Mr. Bryant would
not do much here as the season is so dull,
Ibut his work has given such universal sat
Iisfaction, and his terms are so reasonable,
that he will be crowded for the next month
-~or longer. People from the country ai~
should Mr. Bryant not call upon them, and
-for one-seventh of the feathers, or for 5
cents per pound, he will send them back a
large, soft, and clean featber bed.
Try him once and you will try him again.
M. D.' 3X Bradham's grist and saw mill is
riny every~ day, a'nd both injirst-dass repair.
tjLumer always on hand or cut to order at short
Col. J. H. Rite, State Superintendant of
Education, will deliver an address in the
court house next Monday evening at 8?
oclock. This address will be a treat to on:
citizens, and it is hoped that due honor
will be shown our distinguishe-1 visitor, by
giving him a large audience. Don't forges
the time and tell your friends abo'it it.
Cash Bargains at M. Levi's.
16000 vds. Plaids, 7c.
5000 yds. 3-4 Homespun, Sc.
5000 vds. Muslin, 5c.
4000 yds. 1400-thread Pacific Lawns, 10c.
5000 yds. tdww summer Calico, latest pat.
terns and lowest prices.
All the above goods just received, fresh
from the mills, and ordering in such large
quantities, I am enabled to offer special
bargains. I have no high rents to pay, nor
do I have a great many clerks, but I an
prepared to compete in prices with any
body or any where. I will gladly duplicat<
any prices in Chaaleston or Sumter, as my
prices genera ily will be found lower than
in either city. But, for pity's sake, don1
come to me to buy goods on credit. I want
to sell for the cash, and for the cash yot
will get bargains.
I have, also, a full line of gent's goods
shoes, hats, clothing, millinery, etc., etc
Any thing you want, almost, I have.
Come and see my goods, get my prices
compare them with any body's, find on
that it is to your interest to buy from me
and then spend your money at home, i
your own county.
- aI. LEYL
Fragments From Foreston.
FoREs'roN, May 14.-The recent rain:
have greatly - revivid crops of every kind
and they are now looking fine. 31r. W. A
Sparks showed us a stalk cf corn the other
day, which was about six inches high, anc
just three weeks old. It was the smallesi
he found in a fieldi of twenty acres. Maj
Land will commer.ce oat harvesting to-day
Gardens are outdoing themselves.
Mr. W. T. P. Sprott has put a nice
piazza in front of his store, whicl
adds greatly to comfort.
Messrs. Land & Mason propose in a shori
time to have beautiful show windows and
an awning put to the front of their store
Mrs. J. J. Bragdon and children killed.:
genuine rattlsnake having two rattles, in
her yard, on Saturday last.
Miss Ellen McCormick, our popular mu.
sic teacher, proposes at an early date tc
give another of her nice little exhibitions.
A picnic for the Sunday-school is spoken
of for Martin's Lake on the fourth of Jul}
The Sunday-schools, prayer meeting, and
singing are regularly kept up.
The'tev. Mr. Rooke gave us two excel
lent sermons yesterday, at the Baptis1
For a correct solution of the following
problem, we are authorized by a gentleman
in town, to send the Tms free for one
year. If more than one correct solution is
sent, then a copy free for the first received.
The solution will be given May 30th.
Three women went to market with eggs.
One had 10 eggs, another had 30 eggs, and
a third had 50 eggs. They each sold their
eggs at the same price per egg, and each re
ceived the same amount of money from the
sale of her eggs. How much money did
Tribute of Respect.
At a meeting of the Fulton Democratic
Club, Saturday, May 5th. the following res
olutions, introduced by J. Manning Welch,
Esq., were unanimously adopted:
WHErans, since our last meeting, it has
pleased Almighty God to remove JAMES
D. WEEKS, late Vice President of the Ful
ton Democratic Club, from his sphere of
usefulness among us: Therefore be it
Resolved, That the club recognize the
:eath of its late Vice President with a deep
senibility of sorrow.
Resolved, That in his death we, as in di
iduals, have lost a valued friend andi the
Club one of its most zealo. e nd faithful
Resolved, That the club express herewith
m;s sincere condolence with the family of
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions
be transmitted by the secrctary of the club
to the family of the deceased, and to the
hanning Tnz and Clarendon Enterprise
We have constantly on hand at Tus Tanms
office the following blanks:
Mortgage of Real Estate.
Title to Real Estate.
Bills of Sale.
Lien for Rent.
Lien for Advances.
Note and Mortgage.
Mortgage of Pcrsonal Property.
Summons for Relief.
Trial Justice Jury Summons.
Trial Justice Witness Summons.
Decided action has at last been taiken
looking towards getting a p roper school
building for the Florence Graded School.
Council has determined to issue bonds tc.
the amount of $10,00)0, and thus raise thE
sum necessary for the building. Plans and
specifications are now being made, and
work will begin as early as possible, so as tc
havethe building ready for the opening c1
the fall session of the school. This is whai
~Florence has long needed, and with th4
sum of S10,000 a house suitable for all tbi
needs of the place can be erected.-FKorenci
A bsolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel c
purity, strength and wholesomeness. Mor,
economico. than the ordinary kinds, an<
cannot be sold in competition with the muJ
titude of low test, short weight, alum o
phosphate powders. Scokd only in ca'ns
Ror.u. BAxno PowDxn Co)., 106 Wall St.
Special Notice !
All persons in any way indebted to m;
husband, Joseph W. Alsbrook, at the tim
of his death, are requested to at once settl
the amounts due his estate. Settlement
maay be made with mc. except in cases wit]
which I am not familiar. These will b
/referred to my attorney, J. DuPre Alsbrooi
A NERVE TONIC.
Celery and Coca, the prom1nent in
ents, are the best and safest
-erve Tonics. It strengthens and
quiets the nervous system, curing
Nervous Weakness, Hysteria, Sleep
Itdrivesout the poisonous humorsof
the blood purifying and enriching it,
and so overcoming those diseases
resulting from impure or impover.
it cures habitual constipation, and
ens the stomach, and aids digtn.
d A DIURETIC.
In its composition the best and most
active diureticsofcthcMater emodca
effective remedies for diseases of the
kidneys. It can be relied on to give
quick relief and speedy cure.
Nundredsof testimoujnlsbavebeen eelvad
frm rons whohave used this remedy with
ake beneita. Sendforoircularagiving
Price 51.00: l by Druggists:
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Prop's
R CHEAP GOODS.
STMTER, S. C.
Hard-par prices. Call and
i every department, such as
Iam 1erg 3Eclging,
nig, dec., tdCo.
IN THE VERY LATEST STYLES.
ne of Staple and Fancy
s. Call once and you'll call again.
immings in the latest styles.
'l assured that a warm recep
ntion awaits them at my store.
;et my prices before buying
i's old stand, Sumter, S. C.
Atlantic Coast Line.
NORTHEASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY.
CHARLESTOx, 3. C.,
Sunday, April1, 1888.
LocAL ScHnnU -NonH BoUtND.
No. 78. No. 52.' No. 14. No.56.
12.15 A x 7.OOAx 4.30Ux 6.OOPx
2.50A x 8.45 Ax 6.25PM 8.20Pr
4.20Ax 10.20A1 $.00 P31 10.05Psi
No. 23. No. 27. No. 63.* No. 61.'
Leave Florence- -
12.30Asx 1.30i 6.50 A3 6.25Psr
2.'2Axa 2.50 a s 9.40Ax 8.15 P3
4.35A s 5.00asz 11.30A31 9.45rx
'Daily except Sunday.
roE FLAThoCE, AsHEvILLE, ANE dioT srBNGxcS,
West bound-Daiy. -East bound Daily.
6.00 :MxLve. .Charleston....Arl11.30Oax
t.00 psi Ar . . .Laneq.. . . . . . .L e 9.33 A si
8.4:3 p x Ar... Alannin....... .Lye 8.48 A Si
9.8 px Ar. ..Sumter...Lye 8.17 ax
10.55 r i A.... .Columbia ... .Lve 6.50 A xi
2.12 A si Ar. . .Spartanburg. . .. Lye 2.17 AMx
5.3A S Ar. ..Hlendersonville Lye 11.07 P sx
7.00 A X Ar. ..Asheville c. ---.Lve 9.39 P si
9.00 A si Ar. ..Hotsprings..Lve 7.25 P Mi
Through Sleepers from Charleston to Hot
Springs, via Columbia and Asheville.
*No. 52. No. 53.
North bound. ~Stations -South bound.
7.00 AMx Lye. ..Charleston . ..Ar 9.45 P Mi
8.30asrxAr....Lanes...Lye 8.15 p i
9.10 A si Ar. .. . Manning... . -Lve 7.21 P si
9.38aix Ar. ...damter... Lye 6.50 px
10.56 A si Ar. ...Columbi.... Lye 5.33 P xi
5.40 P 'tA..Greenville.. .Lve 10.00 A si
4.50 r x Ar....nderson. ...Lve 9.42 a 3!
6.02 P si Ar... .Seneca...Lye 8.30 a sx
6.35 P M Ar.. ..Walhalla...Lye 7.50 A Sr
'On Sunday this train will leave Char
leston 8.30 a. si., leave Manning 11.10 a. si.,
and arrive Columbia 1.10 r. si. Returning
will run on regular schedule.
Nos. 53 and 52 connect at Columbia with
trains to and from all points on the Colum
bia and Greenville, the Atlanta and Char
lotte Air-Line. and the Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroads. Nos. 52 and 57 con
nect at Lanes 1rith trains to and from
Wilmington Colunmbla & Augusta Rail Road.
*No. 23. *No. 27. t No. 15.
ras GoDXG soUTH.
DATEDn ARIL 29th, 1888.
L'y Wilmgtn 8.05 r. sr. 10.10 P.Mx. 2.40 P. M.
L've Marion 11.16 p. M. 12.37 a.M. 5.23 P.Mx.
Ar Florence 12.10 a. si. 1.20 a. M. 6.10 p. Mr.
'No. 50. t~o. 58.
L-v Florence 2. 40 a. si. 6.40 p. x.
Ar Sumter 4.25 a. si. 8.05 r. M.
1No. 52. 'No. 56.
L'y Sumter 4.25 a. si. 9.42 a. si. 9.22 p. sr.
Ar Columbia 6.15 a. M. 10.55 a. xi. 10.55 P. si.
TRAIDs GoING NonTH.
*No. 51. 'No. 57. *No. 53.
Lv Columbia 11.25 p. x. 6.50. a. M. 5.33 P.Mx.
Ar Sumter 12.52 A. 3!. 8.12 a. si. 6.46 r. x..
t No. 59.
Lv Sumter 12.52 a. sr. 8.22 a. x.
Ar Florence 2.20 a. M. 9.40 a. sx.
*No. 78. tNo. 66. 'No. 14.
Lv Florence 4.35 a. si. 10.30 a. si. 8.20 r. si.
Lv Marion 5.22 a. Sr. 11.11 A. x!. 8.55 r. si.
Ar Wilmgtn 8.35 a. sr. 2.10 p. x. 11.50 r. si.
'Daily. t Daily except Sunday.
Nos. 58, 59, and 66 connect at Florence
with C. & D. R. R.
Nos. 52, 53, 56, and 57 are through trains
between Charleston and Columbis, via Ccn.
Nos. 78 and 14 make close connection at
Wilmington for all points North.
J. R. KENI.Y, J. F. DEviNE,
Supt Trans. Gen I Sup't.
T. M. EsxEasos, Gen'l Passenger Agent.
157 and 169, East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LUCAS, RICHARDSON & CD.,
Stationers and Printers,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Note, Lette~r, Cap, Journal, Papers Eyelets
Shears, Rulers, and a variety of Ink
stands, Wrapping Paper and Pa
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationary and Portable Engines and Boiles,-SaW
Mill Machinery. Cotton Presses, Gins, Railroadf Steam
boat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
M1Repairs executed with promplness and Dpatez. Sendfor pricili.
East Bay, Cor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C,
F. J. PEIzER, President. F. S. RODGERS, Treasnrer
Atlantic Phosphate Company,
of Charleston, S. C.
sttandar1 P'ert limers and Iihporters of
Peizer, Rodgers & Co.;
BRowx'S WHARF, - - - CHARLESTON, S. C.
jh Mit. M. Lixi, of Manning, will be pleased to smpply his
friends and the public generally; with any of the above brads
An extra refine grade of
COTTON SEED OIL.
Made Expressly for Cooking Purposes.
This is a pure Vegetable Oil, better, cheaper, and far healthier than Lard.- Adapded to
all culinary uses.
Be sure and get LARDINE. If your grocer cannot supply you, send to
WILLIAM M. BIRD & CO.,
East Bay and Cumberland Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The Cameron & Barkley Gompany
Dealers in Railway, Steamboat, and Engineer's Supplies, Bar Iron, Steep Saw
Mills, Steam Engines, Grist Mills:
Wilson & Childs Wagons and Carts, Old Hickory Wagons, Cotton Presses; Oi4, Bubbes'
and Leather Belting.
We Guarantee the Lowest Market Prices andEstimates Cheerfully Furnished
MEETING STREET. - - - CHARiESTON, S.O.
OTTO F. WIETERS,
WHOLESALE Dealer in Wines, Liquors; and Cigars:
No. 121 East Bay, - - - - - - Charlesto~i S. 0
W.. JoussoN, JosEPH Tnomso, JAs. . JoiNsoH.
Wrn. Johnson & Co.,
Importers and Dealers in A thai" ite and "E3it-Lmi43.
COsAsI.S for House and Office Use. Wharf and Depot, East End
Lawrens Street, Branch Yard, South East Bay, opp. Custom
Meeting Street, near Market, - - - - Charleston, S. C;
Sto-ves, R.aza.ges, GrateBs,
tron, Slate, and Marble Mantels, Force and Lift Pumps, Iron ald IiMd
Pipe, Plumbing materials, and Tin Roofing.
248 Meeting Street, - - - - - Charleston, 8. O
ALVA CAGE & GO.,
C-s: A T T .- cT-Dr ICE "EKYasE.
Pure Lake 1ce.
PURE ICE FROM CONDENSED STEAM
Ice Packed For the Country a Specialty
North East Cor. Market and Church St., CharlestOn. S. U.
C. Wulbern &Co., hvn enaayedb l h mnn
Flour a Spcaly
171 and 173 East Bay, Charleston, S. C, ia tflsaln etwn o tmln
Win. Burmester & Co. att h atcnan orsma n
HAY A:ND GRAIN, berote ietfao;bsdstoddt
Red Rust Proof Oats, a Spe- isprt n eiia ultei pca.
Opposite Kerr's Wharf, iejzna 1prdzn n ncsso
CHARLESTON 5.. teC.e aha 0cet e oe.Cs
DRUGGISTS and COUNTRIY merchants Pz7~roJnwr
supplied with the nEST GOODs, at the LowEsxStemSdIidMnrlWtrWrs
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 133S. IARWEMUCHT.
Meeting street, Charleston, S C 3 zx~ rnT hretn ~C
Mc~ahan, Brown & Evans,SoeA ntFo
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, and DW CTOPLTE
Nos. 224, 226 and 228 Meeting St. PluhSokWabun&oes
Charleston, S. C.ponoesdeae.
IPAVILION HOTEL, WTOSTRETN OL
CHARLESTON, S. C. MauatrdiFyeevleN.CEey
First Class in all its Apointnts, Tolasutywranead
Supplied with all Modern Improvementsreaed
Excellent Cuisine, Large Airy Rooms,AloDaesI
Otis Passenger Elevator, Elec
tric Bells and Lights; Heat- GEEAHRDR,
RATES, p2.00, $25 AND S3.00. o IoHre n ueSheWo
Rooms Resenved by Mail or Telegraph. TolCteGusadpr
JOH F WE~.E, L.If QE~ l. ics adeo a l icatvrgeion . afe
cemists inAonse, Gran, duigoorihibi
PROVISIONfDEALERSnDirect license, .rand so rls
16 ad 66Eat and29onr3e ret aote fther Manarketi.For
duaan nt ttheNRY conaYER &orsm aON
iCateLcoTstitutions. Itharle tstof lager
For The NERVOUS
Bogin's old stand,
Greeting to Clarendon :
I an now selling goods at
Bargain s; in.
I sell you. Special Bargains ii
adie~s' ooci, I
Sh~oes anc1 BOmts,
Anc C1. lth -i n g
I have on hand a full li:
C R 0 C
which will be sold at the lowest price
Especial attention paid to Tr
Samples sent by mail on applica
My Clarendon friends may fey
tion and kind and courteous att<
It will be to your in terest to
-H A. ID WRY, Agt.,
CHEAP CASH STORE,
Manning, S. C,
Fancy and Heavy Groceries, Can
ned Goods, Confectioneries,
Tobacco and Cigars,
at the lowest
I take no liens, but sell my goodsj
Cheap for CAS..
And all leading Watchkes, Spectacles, and
S All Work Warranted.
Stale of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON,
LV 71IIE PRO BATE7 COURT.
B Lonis APPELr, Esq., Probated; >.
W HEREAS, JAMES E. DAVIS, Clerk
vVof Court, made suit to me, to grant
him letters of administration of the Estate
of and effects of HUJLDA A. THAMES.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors of
the said HULDA A. THAMES, decased,
that they be and appear, before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Manning,
on the 31st d.ay of May ncxt, after pub
lication hereof, at 11 o' cloch in the fore
noon, to shew cause, if any they have,
why the said Administrationi should not be
Given under my hand this eighiteenth
day of April Anno Domini 1888.
[L. s.] LOUIS APPELT,
J. J. BRAGDON,
Real Estate Agent,
FORESTON, S. C.
Offers for sale on Main Street, in business
Iportion of the town, TWO STORES, with
suitable Jots; on Manning ad R. R. streets
TWO COTTAGE RESIDENCES, 4 and 6
rooms; and a number .of VACANT LOTS
suitable for residences, and in different lo
calities. Terms Reasonable.
Registration Notice !
I WILL BE IN THE COURT HOUSE,
(Clerk of Court's office), 'the first Mon
sday in every month, to allow persons comn
sing of age since the last election to Register
1and to attend to other official business.
S. P. HOLLADAY,
Supervisor of Registration, C. C.