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THE MANNIN TflLE,
Published Every Wednesday.
S. A. NETTLES,
EDrroa aD PRoPRIETOR.
M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT,
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S. A. NETTLES,
Manning. S. C.
Wednesday, June 13, 1888.
The friendstf the Hon. H. H. NEWTON,
apreciating his past public services re
spectfully nominate him as a candidate for
Congress, subject to the action of the Dem
ocratic party. May 22, 1888.
JOR COUNTY TREASURER.
The friends of JOSEPH SPROTT, Jr.,
knowing him to be a good business man,
a true and tried Democrat, and thoroughly
competent to discharge the duties of 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
office of Clerk of Court, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic party.
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election to the office of County Audit
or; ledging myself to abide the action of
the rDc AS"L J. BRADHAM.
June 12, 1888.
-Big picnic at Foreston to-morrow.
-Mr. H. Bouldin Tindal gave us last
week a cotton bloom that appeared June
6th,-the first this season.
-We have been requested to state that
the new Methodist church at Oakland will
not be dedicated until the fourth Sunday in
this month-June 24th.
-We have received from County Treas
urer H. H. Huggins a reply to County Aud
itor '). J. Bradham's article, which appear
ed in the Trs May 30th.
-Mr. Gustave Alexander desires us to
say that on account of absence in Marion
his jewelry store will be closed next Mon
day, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
-Miss Josie McLean, who has been
teaching in the Academy the past year, left
last Saturday for her home in North Caroli
na. She expects to stop for a few days at
Florence and at Marion.
-Mrs. B. A. Johnson and Miss Fannie
Bell are on a visit to Mrs. Johnson's parents
in Darlington. Miss Janie Bass, who has
been attending the Grove School, has return
edto her home in Dar lington.
-Mr. W. T. P. Sprott, of Foreston, had
bha store broken open last Monday night.
and robbed of several dollars worth of goods.
The front door was prized open. Robber
ies in Foreeton are qgite common.
-An attempt has been made to get Gov.
Richardson to pardon Calvin McFaddin,
who, in May, 1881, was convicted of arson,
and sentenced to the penitentiary for life,
but the governor.declined to grant the par
--We have received from Mr. Coin C.
Manning a beautiful invitation to attend
the gradatng exercises of the Georgetown
University (law department), of Washing
ton, D. C. Mr. Manning who is a son of
Gow. Manning is attending a course of law
in that university.
-Mr. J.3J. Bragdon, of Foreston, was in
town yesterday. He says his preparations
for the Bragdon-Hudgins libel suitare about
completed. Capt. Hudgins has also been
in town several times of late, and we sup
pose his ready too. It looksassif a tough
fight is in prospect.
-Now that the Convention is over and
Cleveland nominated for President without
opposition, let the people of Clarendon turn
their attention toward home, and settle
down to business. Mr. H. A. Lowry has,
just received alargesand fresh supply of'
cnfectioneries, canned goods, and crackers
of all kinds and varieties, in addition to
his stock of heavy and fancy groceries. He
can sell you cheaper than the average Man
ning merchant, because his is a cash system.
No liens, no high prices. He buys for cash,
gets a good discount, and gives his custom
era the benft of it. Ladies call and see
his fresh supply of french candies. Never
wasi a nicer assortmernt brought to our town.
When youwant trit ofany kind send to'
Lowry'.. He has made arratagements to
have on hand constantly through the sum
mer fresh delicious fruit from our own or.!
chards, to be sold at the lowest igures.
--Ap Frierson, that wonderful specimen
f Clarendon human vitality, who some time
ago had a part of his head knocked off, andt
his brains partially spilled out, is so far re-'
overed as tobe able to walk about the
street ofForeston. But it issaid he daily
grows more irritable and unruly, and that
hisfoiks are getting tired of it. A slighit ef
fort was made to get him into the Asylum,
but hein notcrazy, and cannot go there.i
An effort is now making to get him into the
poor house. They may put him in the
poor house, but we arc mistaken if he wi".
stay there. But anyway his folks are
mighty tired of nursing him, and want to
get him off on the public in some way. We
make a suggestion to some of his Foreston
friends: Let them obtain a room for him
somewhere convenient to the picnic
grounds, and charge ten cents admission
fee to see hirm. Twenty or twenty-five del
ars migh* easily be realized. The doctors
who have been attending him might mahe
the arrang.ements for him, and by going
'halve" with him realize a little for their
medic natntion. Only a sugrestion.
-Another candidate this week.
-Heavy rain fell in Manning Monday
-A new advertisement for Ferdinand
Levi will appear next week.
-Mrs. Edwards will be at the Foreston
picnic, of course. She will dispense de
licious cream and cake, as well as join in
"tripping the light fantastic."
-Telegrams were received in this place
Monday night, from Mr. Sam Barfield, Sum
merville, that he was married. He left here
for Charleston, last Sun day. with the avow
ed intention of making a last effort to elope
with a beautiful Charleston heiress of Jew
-Foreston is making great preparations
for a big time to-morrow at the Manning
Guards picnic. A large stand with plenty
of seats has been erected for the visitors, to
witness the military tactics and game of base
ball. Round trip tickets from Manning to
Foreston forty cents.
-Round trip tickets to Foreston next
Thursday (to-morrow) only forty cents.
They are good on the express train only,
leaving Manning at 8.45 a. .L, and return
ing, leave Foreston at 8.25 P. M. It will
take about fifteen minutes to run to Fores
ton. Be at the depot in time, for the fast
train, like time and tide, waits for no man.
-During the storm Monday afternoon a
large green pine tree was blown across the
railroad track about a mile north of Fores
ton, and south of a curve, in such a way
that it would probably not have been no
ticed soon enough by a train going south to
have stopped. Section Master Barnes
heard of it only a few minutes before the
south-bound mail train was due, but by
prompt movements he got to the place of
obstruction just in time to stop the train
and avert possibly a very serious disaster.
The train was delayed about five minutes,
till the tree could be removed.
IANNING GUARDS BASKET PICNIC.
Foreston, June 14th.
9.10 a. a.-Reception of visiting members
with military salute by Foreston squad.
10 to 12 x.-Target Shooting.
2.30 P. x.-Dinner.
3.30 r. .-Match game of base ball at
Foreston Park, between Manning and
6 P. M.-Prize Drill.
6.30 P. x.-Dress parade.
Music by Sumter brass band.
The public is cordially invited to attend.
Capt. A. Levi,
Lieut. V. B. Bonham,
Lient. B. A. Johnson,
Lieut. P. B. Thames,
Private J. 5I. McRoy,
Private C. M. Mason,
Private J. C. China,
Erivate M. S. Cantey,
Fragments From Foreston.
Fonsssro, June 11.-Foreston is full - of
life this morning. Preparations are being
made, first, for the Manning Guards picnic,
to coma off on Thursday next. A large
crowd is expected, and the citizens of this
town will do all in their power to make the
day a pleasant one for all visitors. Second,
the 4th of July Martins Lake picnic is by
no means forgotten; on the contrary teavy
preparations are being made for that occa
sion in the way of speeches, songs, cantatas,
-c. Third, the reaper to harvest Hudgins's
oats has arrived, and half the town are out
his morning with their heads together, try
ing to put the thing up so it will work.
Fourth, Lad & Mason have taken down the
"dilapidated rag" which seemed to trouble
the Entoprise so much, and Elly Flemmning
is this morning putting on a nice coat of
Crops are not so promising this year as
heretofore. The heavy rains two or three
weelns ago set them back very much. They
have not yet recovered from the damaging
effect, and I fear they will not entirely do so.
The entertainment given by our popular
music teacher, Miss 1.llen MicCormic, on
Wednesday evening last was quite a success,
ad a very enjoyable occasion to every one
We were well pleased to see Mr. Clinton
Gallchat in town at Friday. His visit
was professional. He was looking after the
interest of his client, Henry Coleman, in the
case of Coleman vs. Keels, triod somne time
ago before Trial Justice Bragdon.
Warrants against the following parties
were issued to-day: The State against June
Walker for malicious injury to house; The
State against Sam Robertson for carrying
oncealed weapons; The State against Arti
ins Keels for high and agravated assault;
The State against Henry Robertson for tres
pass; The State against Nelson Sprota for
ntry on land after notice.
Ms. C. L. Stack, of Lake City, and Miss
Marion Jones, of Shiloh, are visiting at Mr.
J. J. Bragdon's. F.
Mn. Enrron:-Our section up to the past
two weeks has been having an abundance
of rain, causing grass to grow. Oh my,
hat a fight we have had against it! The
uperabundance of moisture in low places
has stopped the growth of crops. No little
has died in thesa locations from excess of
Mr. Thos. Wilson is putting ina beautiful
new boiler and engine, of large capacity.
He is, we are informed, to add to his estab
lhment a planing mill and a machine for
enoning posts. T1his machine will do all
the work necessary for framing a trestle.
When all these improvements are completed
Mr. Wilson will have a first class outfit.
The Wilson and Summerton R. R. is go
ing forward. Ere long the Sumamertonians
wll hear the puffng of the iron horse.
Last Friday Mrs. J. A. M. Cannon killed
r rattlesnake in the horse-lot at Bonanza,
over two feet long, two rattles and a button.
John White, colored, lost his wife last
Wednesday. She was sister to Isam Hayns
worth who was recently killed in Mr. Wil
son's woods by a falling limb.
Farmers are getting even with the grass
now these hot dry day s. Crops are small,
but hav:e taken a start to grow and if no
ther mishap good crops may be realized.
Business in our mercantile department is
A Sundav-school has recently been organ
ized at old'Pine Grove church, numbering
about forty members. It seems to be pros
perous. It is much needed in that commu
nit. It will be attached to Foreston cir
u 31. E. Church, soumb. J.I
Ida, S. C., June 11th, 1888.
Beng, Packing, Oils, and 311! supplies
general4y; loroest prices, also, aI few second-hand
Gns ad Presses. Lorick &C Lowerance, (olum
bia . C.
M. CLINTON G.ALLUJCHAT,
paacTrxcEs IN coUrs oF
CBARLESTON and CLARENDON.
Address Commiunications in care of Man
Special Notice !
All persons in any way indebted to my
hnsband, Joseph W. Alsbrook, at the time
of his death, are requested to at once settle
the amounts due his estate. Settlements
may be made with mie. except in cases with
which I am not familiar. These will be
referred to mny attorney, J. DuiPre Alsbrook.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomeness. More
economico! than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold in competition with the mul
titude of low test, short weight, alum or
phosphate powders. Soid only in cans.
RoYAL B.uKD PownEn Co., 100 Wall St.,
On the 5th or July 1888 I will apply to
the Judge of Probate for Letters Dismissory
as Guardian of the Estate of Wm. Elliot
Burgess, Senior. T. L. BURGESS.
June 5th 1888. Guardian.
PAUL M. SALLEY, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon,
MANNING C. H., S. C.
OrncEHovns: 8to9 A. .;1to 3Pr.5.;
and 8 to 10 p.x.
APPLICATION FOR CHARTER.
We, the undersigned. hereby give notice
that on the 30th Juze, 1888, we will apply
to the Clerk of Court of Clarendon county
for a cbarter to incorporate the Manning
Cemetery Association, located in the Town
of Manning, S. C.
J. E. Scott, S. A. Nettles,
G. Allen Huggins, B. S. Dinkins,
W. J. Clark, S. A. Rigby,
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 business
portion of the town, TWO STORES. with
suitable lots; on Manning and 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.
NEW WAVERLY HOUSE, IN
l. the Bend of King Street, Charleston.
The Waverly, having been thoroughly
renovated the past summer and newly fur
nished throughout, makes its accommoda
tions unsurpassed. Incandescent Electric
Lights and Electric Bells are used in all
rooms and hallways. Rates 8-2.00 and $2.50.
G. T. ALFORD, Proprietor.
County Clubs and Convention.
Rooms DEMocnATIc ExEcUTIVE COMMIT
Tr. or CI.ArnmnoN Cou'rY.
Manning, S. C.; May 24th, 1888.)
In pursuance of the instructions issued
to the Executive Committee by the County
onvention, held on the twelfth day of May
888. it is ordered:
L. That the County Democratic Clubs,
respectively, meet at their usual place of
eeting, on Saturday, the thirtieth day of
Jne, 188$, at such hour as may be eenve
ient, and elect delegates to a County Con
ention to be held as hereinafter mentioned,
vhich said Convention shall decide by what
plan nominations for county officers to be
elected the prest-nt year, shall be made.
IL. That at the election so to be held by
said Clubs, the delegates chosen shall be in
structed by their respective Clubs, as to the
preference of such club concerning the Pri
ary and Convention plans of making coun
IIL. That a Convention of the delegates
so elected shall be held in the town of Man
ing on Monday the ninth day of July 1888,
t eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for the
1. Of deciding upon and adopting the plan
for makring the nominations aforesaid;
2. Of electing delegates to the State and
ongressional Conventions should said
ouny Convention decide to elect such del
3. For the transaction of any other busi
ess which may be brought before said
By order of Democratic Executive Com
JAMES B. DATIS,
Co. Ch., and Ch. Ex. Co.
F. P. CoopER, Secretary.
Atlantic Coast Line.
?KORTHEASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY.
CHARLEsTos, .3. C.,
Sunday, April 1, 1888. f
LoCAL SCEEDULE-NOZITH BoUiND.
No. 78. No. 52.* No. 14. No.56.*
12.15 Ax 7.00 i r 4.30 PM 6.00 px
2.50OA 8.45 ax 6.25pM 8.20Pr
4.20OAM 10.20Ax x 8.00 pr 10.05 PM
No. 23. No. 27. No. 63.* No. 61.*
eave Florence- -
12.30 aax 1.30 Aa ? .50 a x 6.25 p x
2.(2 ai 2.50 aas 9.40OAM 8.15 PM
4.5 A z 5.00 A 11.30 a x 9.45 P M
*Daily except Sunday.
o rrATRocK, ASHEvTT TLE, AN ROT sraRISc~,
West bound-Daily. East bona Daily.
6.00 r M Lve. .Charleston...r 11.30 A 31
8.00 p 31 Ar. . .Lanes.........Lye 9.33 A :s
8.43 i 31 Ar. ..Manining...Le 8.48 A 31
.18 p ~x Ar. ..Sumter...Le 8.17 A 31
0.55 r ~xAr.. Columbia ... .Lve 6.50 A 31
2.12 A 31.... .Spartanburg.. . . Lye 2.17 A
5.53 A x1 Ar.. .Hendersonville Lye 11.07 r
7.00 AMx Ar. ..Asheville.------. Lye 9.39 p
9.00 A 31 Ar.. .. otsprings... Le 7.25 P
Through Sleepers from Charleston to Hot
Springs, via Columbia and Asheville.
COLUMBIA sPECIAL-- DAILY.
*No. 52. No. 53.
North bound. Stations South bound.
7.00 a ur Lye. .. Charleston . .. Ar 9.45 p 3j
8.30 A xS Ar. . . .Lanes...Le 8.15 p M
9.10 A x r.. Manning.... -Lve 7.21 e M
9.38 AMx Ar... .Sumiter... Le 6.50 P x
10.56 a ~xAr.. Columbia. ... Lye 5.33 p x
5.40 r x Ar... .Greenvilie. . .Lve 10.00 a 31
4.50 p ii Ar...ndrson. ..-.Lve 9.42 A ii
6.02 r ii Ar..Sneca....Le 8.30 A x
6.35 r i Ar. .'..Walhalla ...Le 7.50 A x
leston 8.30 A. 31.. leave Manning 11.10 A. ii.,
and arrive Columbia 1.10 r'. u. 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 Chiarlotte, Columbia
land .iugusta Rlailroads. Nos. 52 and 57 con
nect at~ Lanes with trains to and from
A NERVE TONIC.
Celey and Coca, the prominent in
gredients, are the best and safest
16 NrveTonics It strengthens and
ouiets the nervous system, curing
nervous Weakness, Hysteria, Sleep
It drives out the poisonous humors of
the blood purifying and enriching It,
and so overcoming those diseases
resulting from impure or impover
ished blood. _ -
cures habitual constipation, and
promotesa regular habit. Itstrength
ens the stomach, and aids digestion.
911u In its composition the best and most
b d ADIURETIC.
IIactive diuretics of the 3aterla~iedica
effective remedies for diseases of the
kidneys. It can be relied on to give
quick relief and speedy cure.
For The NERVOUS
The DEBILITATED ' . g ng.
The AGED. WEL.S, RICHARDSON & CO., Prop's
D. J. WI.NN,
so mter, s 0.
To our friends and patrons in Clarendon County.
%WE will sell our entire stock of
Spring and Summer Clothing,
HATS, PIECE GOODS, and UNDERWEAR
AND YOU WILL CER TAINLY FIND IT TO YOUR'
Eo 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 them every
advantage in their purchases.
D. J. WINN, MAIN STREET, Sumter, S. C.
-HEADQUARTERS FOR CHEAP GOODS.
FERDINAND L EVI,
Bogin's old stand, SUMTER, S. C.
Greeting to Chr:endon :
I an now selling goods at Hard-pan prices. Call and
Bargains in every Line.
I sell you Special Bargains in every department, suca as
3Erostery, Cors5ets . GI- V o
teades' Good0 s, Ea n-1:-Serg Ediging,
Snoces azici EcooOts,
A ndCl Clcxthi-In g IN THE VERY LATEsT sTTLES.
I have on hand a full line of staple and Fancy'
which 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 application.
My Clarendon friends may feel assured that a warm recep
tion and kind and courteous attention awaits them at my store.
t will be to your interest to get my prices before buying
lsewhere. F . L EVI .
Bogin's old stand, Sumter, S. C.
Registration Notice !
I WILL BE IN THE COURT HOUsE,
L(Cle rk of Court's office), the first Mon
- - day in every month, to allow persons comn
ing of age since the last election to Register
CEAP CASH STORE,________
Lining, S. C. OL AN RTES
Fancy and Heavy Groceries, Can-W h ls e
ned Goods, Confectioneries, Grc s
- 1uprvso and 16,egistraio,C..
TobacondPC.aro.ArLesn, s. C.
L.UCAS. RICHARDSON & CO.,
CASH PRICES. Sttoesadprinters,
I take no liens, but sell my goods CHARLEsTON, s. C.,
Note, Letter, Cap, Journal, Papers Eyeletsi,
for c.~.Shears, Ruilers, and a variety of Ink
Cheap frCs-stands, wrapping Paper and Pa
H " TH E LADIES' FAVORITE.
NEVER OUT r O OlER.
youdesireto purchase aswn ahine
And all leaiding Wa tches, spectacles, and to -tresadetoyuur ae named.
EYE GL ~ssEs.
( Reairng eatl Doe.) cHICAGO - 28 UNION SQURE,.Y. DmALAS
4 e -i, - iL.... A3.LANisA m GA
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationary and Portable Eagines aird Boilersy Sail
Mill Machinery, Cotton Presses,. Gins, Railroad, Steam
boat, Machinists, Engineers' and Mill Supplies,
i'Repairs executed with prontness and Dieptch. Sendfor price'list
East Bay, Cor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
F. J. PELZER, President. F. S. RODGERS, Treastrer
Atlantic Phosphate Company,
of Charleston, S. C.
standardc Fertimers and Trporters r
Peizer, Rocgers & Con,
BRowN's WHARF, - - - CHARLES'rEY, S. C.
. MR. -1. LEVI, of Manning, will be pleased to supply his
friends and the public generally, with any of the above brand- -
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. Adapte& ft
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 & Barliey Company,
Dealers in Railway, Steamboat, and Engineer's Supplies, Bar Iron, SteelSam
Mills, Steam Engines, Grist Mills.
Wilson & Childs Wagons and Carts, Old Hickory Wagons, Cotton Presses, oils; Rnbbe
and Leather Belting.
We Guarantee the Lowest Market Prices and Estimates CheerfaolyFarnisbed
MEETING STREET, - - - CHARLES1do, S. C
OTTO F. WIETERS,
WHOLESALE Dealer in Wines, Liquors, and Cigars,
No. 121 East Bay, - - - - - - Charleston S+ C.
Way. JonisoN, JOSEPH TO:DsoN , Jas. B. JoEmom
Wm. Johnson & Co.,
Importers and Dealers in Anthraoite and $iti m.i'OU
CO A T. 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,
stores, R.,an ges, Q~rates,
Iron, Slate, and Marble Mantels, Force and Lift Pumps, Iron and Lead
Pipe, Plumbing materials, and Tin Roofing.
248 Meeting Street, - - - -- Charlestexi, S. C.
AL VA CAGE &0.,
C1= gnA T.'SmTON ICE .EO780
-Pure Lake Ice.
PURE ICE FROM CONDENSED STFAM
Ice Packed For the Country a Specialty.
North East Gor. Market and Church St., Charleston, Se C.
C. Wulbern&Co., eaetesl atlktff fti e
Flour a Specialty.
171 and 173 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.,d.I il u etwn o tm ln
Win. Burmnester & Co. att h atcnan orsmn n
HAY AND GRAIN, berothfietfao;biestoddt
Red Rust Proof Oats, a Spe-itpuiyadmdcalqateispea
Opposite Kerrozn's Wheadzerfndincakso
CHARLESTON S. C. tndznec t9 et e oe.Cs
Choice Drugs anpaetalidfr
DRUGGISTS and COUNTRY merchanti ~ M1O LwY
supplied with the E~sT GooDS, at the Lowrs2 ta oaadMnrlWtrWrs
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 133
Meetinig street, Charleston, S. C. 19MED mL, hretn .C
Mc~ahan, Brown & Evans,SoeA ntFr
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