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THE MANNIG TES.
Pu4bished Every Wednesday.
S. A. NETTLES,
EDITOR AND PROPRIEOE.
M. CUNTON GALLUCHAT,
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$1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents.
one copy, three months, 50 cents. All
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ments. Liberal contracts made for three,
six, and twelve months.
Conmuca-ross must. be. accompanied by
the real name and address of the writer in
order to receive attention. No communi
cation of a personal character will be pub
lished except as an advertisement.
For farther information address
S. A. NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
Wednesday, June 6, 1888.
The friends of the Hon. H. H. hEWTUN,
appregt bispas public services re
spectfully nominate him as a candidate for
Congress, subject to the action of the Dem
ocratic party. May 22, 1888.
'OR COUNTY TREASURE.
The friends of 5SEPH SPROTT, Jr.,
knowing him to be a good business man,
a true and 'tried Democrat, and thoroughly
competent to discharge the dutiesof County
Treasurer, announce him as a candidate for
election at the coming primary election.
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
We are authorized to announce JAMES
E. DAVIS a candidate for re-election to the
offie of Clerk of Court, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic party.
-Manning Academy exhibition to-night.
-Dr. S. M. Dinkins, of Sumter, died
May 28th, after a protracted illness.
-The Manning Guards will be out on
dress parade next Friday afternoon.
-The market was abundantly supplied
with peaches-and apples last Saturday.
-Mr. J. J. Gonyors w ill next week reply
to so much of the report of the Grand Jury
as refers to him.
-Mr Ferdinand Levihas recovered from
, -etE ies, attch-hQU&
on a short visit.
-Mr. G. Alexander, of this place, and
Miss Minnie Brown, of Marion, are to be
married June 20th.
-Anniversary exercises of the Thompson
Literary Society to-morrow (Thursday)
evening at 8J o'clock.
-Charleston is enthused on the subject of
a million dollar hotel. About $150,000 has
already been subscribed.
-CoL T. H. Connors, who has been in
Manning several weeks under medical treat
ment, returned to his Lome yesterday.
-Rev. A. Nettls, of the S. C. Conference,
celebrated his eightieth birth day last Mon-.
day. He has''been preaching fifty-two
-Mrs. N. Stanea and Mrs. P. M. Wind
ham ars'exttemielf ill at their -homes, and
very little hope is entertained for their re
-The two story building next the TIXES
office is being fitted up, and about the 15th
Mr. Alexander will move his stock of jewel
ry into it.
-Mr. D.?. Mahoney informs us that
cotton in the Sammy Swamp section has
the sore shin, caused by the recent cool
spell and wet weather.
-Ice will bereafter be kept.for sale at my
store, and can be had st all times and in
any quantities to suit purchasers. M. Ka
liaky, opposite Court House.
-We have received from Mr. Ben Harvin,
from Mr. Jos. H. - Montgomery, and from
others, beautiful invitations to the S. C. Col
ee commencement and Society celebra
tions, June 25, 26, md 27.
-. J. Winn, of Sumter, advertises all
kinds of spring and summer clothing and
underwear, at reduced prices. Mr.-Winn is
too well known for'-sto saya word in his
favor. He thoroughly understands his bus
iness, and when he tells you any thing, you
can depend on it.
-We are in receipt of an invitation from
Miss Lily May Ivy, formerly of this place,
to attend the commencement exercises of
Sunny South Femz.le Seminary, Atlanta,
Ga. Miss Lily expects next week to enter
the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, to
complete her music education.
-Advertising pays. Mr. B. A. Johnson
tells us that lst week after -the notice of
grain cradles for sale at M. Levi's, there was
a rush for cradles, and in a day or two all
were sld. But theni Levi is not to be
eaught napping, and cradles or any thing
else you want for sale at M. Levi's.
-Triailustice John S. Wilson tried a
ase last Monday purporting to be a prose
ction by Bob Davis against Archie Con
yers and Harry Eardon, all colored, for
trespass or entry after notice. The case
was a muddy one, and the evidence showed
that a woman was at the bottom of it. The
jury in a few minutes returned a verdict of
not guilty. Mr. I. C. Galluchat and Mr.
B,8S. Dinking appeared for the defense.
..-The Manning Guards are making pre
parations for a mammoth time the ba~s
ss et pienic in Foreston next
The Foreston people, too, are doing all
they can to make the Guards and their
friends have a good time. A base ball1
game in the afternoon isto be onae of the
attractons5. Dancing and othet amuse
Ients will be the order of the day, A num
her one good dinner is expected. Every
body is invited to come, provided he car*
rics a basket full of good things. The ladies
specially are invited to attend. Special
railroad rates will be made. and abhout two
hundred persons from Manning 2v91 pro'oa
bly attend. The Guards and ti~eir frien a~
will leave Manning on the expre-es t'am
Wednesday morning, 8.48, arnd wi retiii
by the express that night getting . to Man
nirig aont 845 . x.
The closing exercises of the Manning
Academy will be Wednesday and Thursday,
June 5th and 6th.
Wednesday evening, at 8 o'olock, the reg
ular exhibition exercises will begin, consist
ing of recitations, charades, dialogues,
songs, music, etc., and a prize contest for
oratory. A gold medal will be presented,
at the close of the contest, to the one who
best acquits himself.
Thursday evening, at 8.1 o'clock, the
Thompson Literary Society will celebrate
its anniversary, with a recitation by Miss
Leila Galluchat; essays by Misses Susie
Lesesne and Maud Davis; a debate, "Was
the abolition of slavery a benefit or a curse
to the South ?" by Messrs. Fred Lesesne,
Edward McClellan. Chas. R. Harvin, Jr.,
and Clarendon W. Barron; an oration by
Mr. Harvey W. Mitchum; and a literary aa
dress by B. Pressley Barron, Esq.
At the close of the Society exercises, the
first honor gold medal and the other prizes
will be presented.
The halls of the Academy will then be
open for the annual reception.
To all these exercises the public is cor
MANNLNG* tUARDS BASKET PICNIC.
Foreston, June 4I. i4th
9.10 A. ac.-Reception of visiting members
with military salute by Foreston squad.
10 to 12 at.-Target Shooting.
2.30 r. x.-Dinner.
3.30 P. x.-Match game of base ball at
Foreston Park, between Manning and
6 r. )s.-Prize Drill.
6.30 p. x.-Dress parade.
Music by Sumter brass band.
The public is cordially invited to attend.
Capt. A. Levi,
Lieut. W. B. Bonham,
Lieut. B. A. Johnson,
Lieut. P. B. Thames,
Private J. 51. Mclloy,
Private C. M. Mason,
Private J. C. China,
Frivate M. S. Cantey,
Cash Bargains at X. Levi's.
16000 yds. Plaids, 7c.
5000 yds. 3-4 Homespun, Sc.
5000 yds. Muslin, 5c.
4000 yds. 1400-thread Pacific Lawns, 10c.
5000 yds. new 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 am
prepared to compete in prices with any
body or any where. I will gladly duplicate
any prices in Chaaleston or Sumter, as my
prices generally will be found lower than
in either city. But, for pity's sake, don't
come to me to buy goods on credit. I want
to sell for the cash, and for. _the- tash 'ou
will get barga ~'~
. efalso, 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 out
that it is to your interest to buy from me,
and then spend your money at home, in
your own county.
The years that have elapsed since the
close.of the civil war have served to obliter
ate all sectional feeling, and a united and
prosperous nation joins in keeping green
the graves of all its beloved dead. It is in
ths spirit that the publisher of the XNet
York Family Story Paper has had written a
thrilling atnd pathetic romance, peculiarly
appropriate to this national holiday, enti
ted "Faithful Leonore; or His Gmave Kept
Green."' In the same paper will als~o be
found a weekly instalment of the "Life and
Adventures as a i'howmian of P. T. Barn
um," written by himself, and equally inter
estig to the young folks as well as heads
of families. These are rare literary treats,
ad those of our readers who are not already
enjoying them will do well to obtain No..
766 of the Now York Family Story Paper
of their new edealer or send direct to the
publisher, Munro's Publishing House, Nos.
14 and 26 Vandewater Street, New York,
and receive the paper four months for oss
oLLan, postage free.
Death of a Wonderful Old Man.
PrrrrzE, May 28.-Last week there
died in this township a famous character of
upper Clarendon, an aged white man,
named Robert R. Thames, (Timms,) but he
was familiarly known by everybody as "old
Bob Royal." This man had the gifts of a
Mucausen, and. his stories showed an
amount of imagination and inventive gen
ius that is not often met with. Had he
been a man of education, he would have
won both "fortune and fame" by his pen.
As it was, he was widely known on ac
count of his amusing tales. He had been
living in this township for about a year and
a half, and was probably the oldest white
man in it, as he was88S.
-Belle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper
Timmons, of Gaildu, died Saturday last,
aged about six years.
-Mr. Henry F. Windham died at his res
idence last Saturday. A very large congre
gation attended his funeral, which was
preached in the Methodist church Sunday
morning by Rev. H. M. Mood.
--William Johnson was on the 23rd of
May accidently killed by Ned Witherspoon,
both colored, and living in the DesChamps's
neighborhood. Trial Justice Mahoney held
the inquest. . .
The Wonderfnl Healing propertis
o Darbys Propylalctc Fluid Ia
case of Accidents, for Burns,
- Scalds, Cuts, Wounds, etc.
Its prompt use will invariably relieve
pain. oromote healing and prevent 2rysip
elas, Gangrene, or Proud Flesh. Owing to
the cleansing and purifying qualities of the
Fluid the most obstinate Uteers, Boils, Car
buncles, and Running Sores are rendered
pure and healthy and speedily cured, no
other application being necessary.
We have constantly on hand at THE TDIEs
office the following blanks:
Mortgage of Real Estate.
Title to Real Estate.
Bills of Sale,
L~icn for Rent.
Lia fcr Advances.
Note and Mortgage.
Mortage of Personal Property.
ISubp ena Wri.
SummonS for Relief.
Trial Justice Jury Suri mots.
Trial Jrustice Witness Summons.
Bdtigq, Parking, Oils, and 3d) suipplies
generoIly; lmer~t pri~es, a&so. a frec second-lhand
yils .";,! Presses. Lrek & Lorerane Wum-.
, s. C.
;rne h~~ our knJ a gtood pidhre of you~r.
ang picrures by a newt' and su'perl pr~cess.
is ork is recogni-,ed as among the ry~ bee
BUCKLE S ABICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for C
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Ft
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblai
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posid
ly cures Piles, or no pay required. I
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
money refunded. Price 25 cents per I
For sale by Dinkins & Co.
W. D. Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and Re
Druggists of Rome, Ga., say: We have bi
selling Dr. King's New Discovery, Elec
Bitter:-, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve for f
years. Uave never handled remedies t
sell as we:l. or give such universal satisl
tion. Thee have been some wonder
cures effectea by these medicines in t
city. Several c.ses of pronounced Consul
tion have been entirely cured by use c
few bottles of Dr. King's New Discove
taken in connection with Electric Bitt<
We ,aarantee them always. Sold by D
kins & Co.
-The grand jury of Sumter has prese
ed the sheriff and county commissioners
the condition of the jail in that county,
being polluted with body-lice and bed bu
an agency of torm-nt to the prisoners. '1
grand jury regard the condition as inexe
able and an unjust reflection upon the eii
ization of our country.
This powder never varies. A marvel
purity, strength and wholesomeness. Mo
economical than the ordinary kinds, ai
cannot be sold in competition with the mi
titude of low test, - short weight, alum
phosphate powders: Sold only in cap
Ronx, BAnNG PowDER Co., 106 Wall S
On the 5th of July 1888 1 will apply
the Judge of Probate for Letters Dismissc
as Guardian of the Estate of Wm. Ell
Burgess, Senior. T. L. BURGESS.
June 5th 1888. Guardian.
PAUL M. SALLEY, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeoi
MANNNG C. H., S. C.
OFICE HoUns: 8 to 9 a. m; 1 to 3 P.
and 8 to 30 P. M.
M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT,
PnACTICES IN COURTS OF
CAARLESTON and CLARENDON.
Address Communications in care of Me
APPLICATION FOR CHARTE
We, the undersigned. hereby give noti
that on the 30th Ju-.e, 1888, we will ap1
to the Clerk of Court of Clarendon cour
for a charter to incorporate the Manni
Cemetery Association, located in the To'
of Manning. S. C.
J. E. Scott, S. A. Nettles,
G. Allen Huggins, B. S. Dinkins,
W. J. Clark, S. A. Rtigby,
B. A. Walker, B. P. Barron,
Jno. S. Wilson, D. J. Bradham,
J. J. BRAGDON,
Real Estate Agent,
FORESTON, S. C.
Offers for sale on Main Street, in busin<
portion of the town, TWO STORES, wi
suitable lots; on Manning and B. R. stre<
TWO COTTAGE RESIDENCES. 4 ani
rooms; and a number of VACANT LO0
suitable for residences, and in different:
calities. Terms Reasonable.
NEW WAVERLY, HOUSE I
the Bend of King Street, Charlestc
The Waverly, having been thorough
renovated the past summer and newly fi
nished throughout, makes its .accommoc
tions unsurpassed. Incandescent Elect;
Lights and Electric Bells are used in
rooms and hallways. Rates ?2.00 and $2.4
G. T. ALFORD, Proprietor.
County Clubs and C.onvention.
Rooxs DrixoCnarIc ExECUTIrVE Coaxfr-r
TEE oF CL..UENDoN CoUNTY.
Manning, S. C., -May 24th, 1888.
In pursuance of the instructions issu
to the Executive Comntaittee by the Coun
Convention, held on the twelfth day of M
1888. it is ordered:
L That the County Democratic Clul
respectively, meet at their usual place
meeting, on Saturday, the thirtieth day
June, 1888, at such hour as may be con'
nient, and elect delegates to a County Cc
vention to be held as hereinafter mention<
which said Convention shall decide by wl
plan nominations for county officers to
elected the present year, shall be made.
IL Th-at at the election so to be held
said Clubs, the delegates chosen shall be
structed by their respective Clubs, as tot
preference of such club concerning the P
umary and Convention plans of making cot
~ I.L'That a Convcgtion of the delega1
so elected shall be held in the town of Mi
ning on Monday the ninth day of July 181
at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for I
1. Of deciding upon and adopting the pl
for maning the nominations aforesaid;
5.0? electing delegates to the State a:
Cngressional Conventions should sa
County Convention decide to elect such d
3. For the transaction of any other bi
nest which may be brought before sa
By order of Democratic Executive Cc
JAM~ES E: DAVIS,
Co. Chi., and Chi. Ex. Cc
F. P. GooP~n, Secretatry.
Special Notice !
n'1persons in any u ay indebted to
:: band, Joseph W. Alsborook, at the ti
Shis death, are reouested to at once se
me amounts due his estaLte. Settleme
ray be made with me. except in cases v'
which I am not familiar. These will
referred to may attorney. J. DuPre Alsbrc
" WEAIC NERVES' ''
' Pues'e Csr.3Coxomm is s Verve Tonie
its, _'whichneverfails. Containinig Celeryan
ns, r - - .lcu an ne e ou stdi xnul -t
t is a Cowoi DS rlie the
blood. It drives out the lactic acid, which
or causes Rheumatism and restores the blood
- ~~ Cz i ot wq best re s ores
Goer ;:L;e eft CU4 or
his U D CONSTIPATION
Pe'ws Cara Coinomn is not a cathar.
It is a laxative. s go and naal
fa to he bo e glas. smsly fol.
-URIS ?Narroua Prostatiton, Nervous Neadac ea by ptoff5551055 Sndbuilnes
r-Neuralgia, Nervous Weakness, Stomach es a1.0. bold obookgt.
and Liver Diseases. Rheumatism, Dys- olbyDggs.
penan, and all .5,athia oftUe Kidney. WEL S, RICHARDSON&CO. Propa
D.. D WI N,
To our friends and patrons in Claren don County
WE will sell our entire stock of
Spring and Summer Clohing,
HATS, PIECE GOODS, and UNDERWE R
AND YOU WILL CERTAINLYFIND IT TO YOUR
To get our BOTTOM FIGURES before buying elsewhere.
We desire to close out our SPRING and SUMMER STOCK,
and our friends can rest assured that we will give then every
advantage in their purchases.
D. J. WINN,Mars STREET, Sumter, S. C.
-HEADQUARTERS FOR CHEAP GOODS.
S DINAND LEVI,
ry Bogin's old s d
LOt -- 0 -
Greeting to Clarendni
I am now selling goods at Hard-pan prices. Call and
:Bargains in every Line.
I sell you Special Bargains in every department, such as
Hosiery, Coret. Glo'ves,
Ladies' GCocld, Iamnberg Edginig,
Laces "E3otinoing, choc., eco.
A nd Coithit g IN THE VERY LATEsT sTYLEs.
* I have on hand a full line of Staple and Fancy
1which will be sold at the lowest prices. Call once and you'll call again.
Especial attention paid to Trimmings in the latest styles.
Samples sent by mail on'applicat ion.
My Clarendon friends may feel assured that a warm recep
- tion ~and kind and courteous attention awaits them at my store.
It will be to your inter-est to get my prices before buying
elsewhere. F . LE VI ,
Bogin's old stand, Sumter. S. C.
Facfn evyGoeis ay eeymnh o lo esn on
H ed A ods L o fctoerY,Ag i"oagsicthlatletotoRitr
an att tedtthehe olocalbuinss
S. P. .BOLLjADAY,
N Supervisor of Registration, C. C.
~'+ HEA CAH ~J~(.J P. o. address, Panola, s. C.
Fany ad HavyGroerisGrocers,
157 and 169, East Bay,
Tobaco ad CiarsCH ARLEsTON, S. C.
L.UCAS, RICHARDSON & CO.,
CASH PICES.Stationers andPrinters,
ei I take no liens, but sell my's goods Coe Hetea o~LSTN r 5 Cr yees
*eohepfrfAH Shears. Ruler s, and a variety of~ Ink
-e hapfrCAH stands, Wrapping Paper and Pa
d, per Bags.
be ---- -.H hH-UNN
ne MANNNING, S. C. H
n- ymA .-B I4
TH E LADIES' FAVORITE.
NEVER OUT OT ORDER.
y I youdesireto purchase aewing machine
And all leading V bpectacles, and ceIfl ontidoraeWn
it Repairingr eatl ratDone.
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers, Saw
Mill Machinery. Cotton Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steam
boat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
-l1Repairs e.recuted with promptness and Diepatch. Sendfor price tid.,
East Bay, Cor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
F. J. PELZER, President. F. S. RODGERS, Treasurer
Atlantic Phosphate Company,
of Charleston, S. C.
ta .a Crd 101 et 'i .ers and Importers of
Pelzer, R.odgers & 'o.,
BRow's WHARF, - - - CHARLESTON, S. C,
| MR. M. LEVI, of Manning, will be pleased to supply hri
friends and the public generally, with any of the above brands
~L A R D E .NE ,
An extra refine grade of
0OTTON SEED OIL.
Made Expressly for Cooking Purposes.
This is a pure Vegetable Oil, ,ctter, cheaper, and far healthier than Lard. Adapted to
all culinary uses.
Be sure and get LARDIME. If your grocer cannot supply you, send to
WILLIAM M. BIRD & CO.,
East Bay and Cumberland Street,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
The Cameron &Barkey Gompany.
Dealers in Railway, Steamboat, and Engineer's Supplies, Bar Iron, Steel, Saw
Mills, Steam Engines, Grist Mills. .
Wilson & Childs Wagons and Carts, Old Hickory Wagons, Cotton Presses, Oils, Rubber
and Leather Belting.
Wie Guarantee the Lowest Market Prices and Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
MEETING STREF I, - - - CHARLES'TON, S. C.
OTTO F. WIETERS,
WHOLESALE Dealer in Wines, Liquors, and Cigars.
So. 121 East Bay, - - - - - - Charleston, S. C.
Tr JosER TaoPsog * JAS. B. JoyN.oi.
nporters and Dealers in teand "it'ijg11T n3T 12,
Cc.A..s for house and Office d )e East End
Lawrens Street, Branch Yard, South East Bay, opp. O
Meeting Street, near Market, - - - - Charleston, S. C
Iron, Slate, arid Marble Mfantels, Force and Lilt Pumps, - Iro an d i
Pipe, Plumbing materials, and Tin Roofing4
248 Meeting Street, - -- - - Charleston, S. C~
ALVA CAGE & cQ.
Om A -s~ T.sm O% ICE Er U$
Pure Lake Ice.
PURE ICE FROM CONDENSED ST14A%
Ice Packed For the Country a Specialty
Noi-th East Cor. Market anld Church St., Charleston, S. (I
.ulhern RCEBER I.,3~k
Whoesae o., eaetesl auatrr ffi
Flour a Specialty.
L71 and 173 East Bay, Charleston, S. C, mr eetyatrfrhraayigi lr
Wm.1 Burmester & Co. otetstcnan ouih~n n
HAY AND GRAIN, iatcosiuin.Ibsth seflge
Red Rust Proof Oats5 a Spe- isprt nmdcnlqaiis sseil
Opposite Kerr's WTharf,fiedzna$1proe; dinas f
CHARLESTON S.. teC.e aha 0cet e oe.Cs
Choice uneDrugSe drctfo
DRUGGISTS and COUNTRY merchantiPzxuoBnw,
supplied with the BEST GoDS, at the LowEsrStemS tdMnrtWlrWts
Pnzcns. hletS.C, .S.A
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 133 LARIL&CO
-Meeting street, Charleston, S. C. ErsSTEChlstS C
Mc~ahan, rown & Evans, Sl ~ft ~
DOW EE LA CO PLANER
Clothheineg.useuer f hs e
iIoan gealthy beage; Culias after
Gav enanzed yc Wire ha fine
cheareists SinC Atlata, Ga., drinsPrhb
CHARESTO, S.C. ti"an ftre mosacingFyteile.C Eeruy
Firi Cassi~i alit Afoirme t race ~ Tof abshooll warantoed tobeod
ExcllntCusieLageAy foree of sodct Deaereso s
OtsPasngrElvto,.c GEItA fHlsARDngfeWAnfrE asnal
RAES $.0,and tieae, Cotains orishmietan
Boo.~ fle'etedby ai orTeg pecia ls Cuitle y, persnsofw and delt
Jo~ . ~E.Nr~ L H Q~zoi. Pices nsituton applhatheion. ge
~O~sAitso pu Eriy Ros eiia Bualitis, Gsospecl
164an 16 as Byan 2 ad 1 en a o ceerted wrkdetewe
CHWeRhaveOno Agents, aon genuin