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S. A. NETTLES,
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Por t informa ton address
...anning 8. C.
Webesl, S . 12, 1888.
Year &ae in Print.
.-Mr. grank M. Benbow has been on a
-Mis Zala Skinner is- visiting at Dr.
-Miss Annie Lesene has left Manning
after spending some time here.
-Maj. P. T. Carraway has accepted a
situation as salesman with Mr. L. Loyns.
-Mr. J. C. Bagnal, who has been home
on recreation, is now again at Wedgefeld.
-Miss Minnie Porter, of Kingstree, who
has.been visiting friends here has returned
-Mr. J. W. McLeod has set in a
nently with Mr. S A. Rigby for the fall
-Mr. L. L. Wells has accepted a situa
tion for the fall, as salesman at S. A.
-Mr. D. T. Legg, after an extended visit
in Tennessee and thereabout, is again in
-Miss Bannie Carter, who has been on a
Visit to ourtown, has gone back to her home
-Mr. George Bammell is back again.
The seaside hotel, where he has been as tel
egraph operator for the summer, has closed
New goods of all kind are being received
every day at If. Ealiskys, the cheapest cash
store in town.
Beginning next Eatday, at sunset, all He
brewwifl observe twenty-four hours, till
the first star appears Saturday evening, as
eday of fating and prayer., It is the greet
Day-of Atonement, called Yoma Haklppu
tim. All the Israelitish stores in town will
Bean the.advertisement of John Reid, of
Snmter. in this issue. His tremendous
st'ok has just arrived and is without doubt:
one of tlie largest and best selected ever
-o t Sumtek. -He pays cash for his
'adlathem strictly for cash, and will
ou a much fdr your money, as can be
a where. .mnea
r-Thyie'ow fever in Jacksonville has as
snmed an intensely epidemic form, and
inary have died.- Monday thirty-two new
:eses and seven deaths were repotdup to
six o'cOok The city has calle for aid, anid
thoandn- of dollars is being sent to assism
-tho uSerers, all parts of the Union prompt
T. ?'1ieown Council ordered gasoline some
timehtek, but'some unaccountable .delay,
and'-9 supply on hand having given out,
-has kept- our- stiets in -darkness oi' late.
Epially washn.to beregrettedlast week,
ini all the atrnd-slush: As our busmnes
men Mruld in the d'ark' vainily attempt to
keep oat of the water, and yet~ sloshmng
irn the damp'ir 1would'lola with munt
t.eewords not suited for polite ears.
'C.L. oytk&Bro., of Sumter have just
laid ina large stock of-watshe16cks Jew
elsivrware; &c, ke. Thb flpn is corn
p6ued of young men whowereraised among
usahed who'enjoy the - confidenee 'of v~nr
epir*6s- The bouse has be'en'n' existence
itysX years. .All who have bad dealings
'with this house know that with the boys it
is as it was with their father, honesty of
urpose, square dealing, and not one to sa
ddm..-wrong.. Read their "'ad,"an
give themaaca'wen you go to Smiter.
1ev. W. B. Dnan is conducting
an interesting meeting at Oak Grove
ahurcb, near Manning.
Manning at ihas a cotton buy
er." This week 'has been paying
mantiy :Charleston quotations, loas
freight, which is 35 cents on the hun
-Fei hun~fed tons- of steel rail 'for
the Elutawville railroad were shipped
fromNw. York to Charleston ls
week. 'it is expected this consign
met-wflieomplete the road to Sum
mrton, whence it will be built to
The Manning Brass Band gave an
entertainment for its own benefit in
Manning last Friday night, for the
purpose of raising funds. with which
to uniform themselves, and improve
their instruments, &c. Preparations
quite extensiv'e were made, but the
elements were at war with the under
takinig, the night gloomy, and success
The Town Council held a meeting
last Thriad ay, and had some refracto
ry cases to handle. The spiritus
frumenti had passed around pretty
freely in some instances, and inspired
its votaries to deeds of rashness. As
"peace reigned in Warsaw" very soon
afterwards, it is reasonable to suppose
that the customary 'V passed over into
the coffers of the town, and the un
fortunates left a prey to the mnelan
choly reflection that an "old drunk"
was bad enough by itself~, without
having to supplement it with a$5 bill.
On last' Tuesday night, Sep. 4th,
amid tlie iinious vigils of loving rel
atives and tender friends, the angel
reape carried from her mother's arms
weet little Emma Wilson, theoyoung-.
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. N.
Wilson, of this town, aged about eight
years. She had been extremely sick
fr two or three weeks, and from the
malignanit severity of the attack, even
in its earlier stages serious apprehen
sions of her recovery were had. It
wa a withering blo~w to this unhappy
bsh&d from which three children
have bee tae. Onl~y one remains,
and -this .one. also s been Ian
guiihing on. a bed of illnuess, but is
now coaaiderd ont-of danger.
Fragments from Foreston.
FoERsroN, Sep. 10.-A fearful- cyclone
passed near this town on yesterday about
six P. M. It being about the schedule time
for the north bound passenger train from
Charleston, many persons who heard the
roarof the storm thought it was the train.
Section Master Barnes immediately set
forth with danger signals for the spot where
the storm crossed the railroad one mile from
the depot, and with his foree had the track
cleared ofrush, etc., just as the train came
around the cutre, thereby preventing what
might have been a serious wreck as the
wires were torn down so that no notice
could have been given.
Mr. B. E. Clarkson, telegraph student of
Mr. Porter, the operator, has been out to
day, and connected the wires so that con
nection is again resumed.
The force of the storm was sufficient to
have blown down houses or anything in its
track. Its course was a little northwest.
Fortunately there was no one living in the
way of it near here, so there is no damage
only to timber.
Mentioning Mr. Clarkson as a student of
Mr. Porter, leads me to say that he has an
other stdent, Miss Josia DuPont, and it is
said she is making good progress, and that
Mr. Porter is a fine teacher, he understand
ing telegraphy very thoroughly.
We have had much rain the last week,
which has greatly retarded cotton picking,
mnd in fact all farm work.
The election passed off very quiety, there
being but one fight and only one showcase
broken-very dull in Trial Justice's office
now; our citizens are law abiding.
We had preaching in town on yesterday
by Rev. T. J. Rooke, of the Baptist church.
Prof. Bonham was in town to-day. F.
As was generally expected the en
tire State ticket has been renomina
ted. This is as it should be. Four
years is short enough for an officer,
and we hope the coming Legislature
will take steps towards a change in
the constitution, so that all officers,
State and county, will be elected for
four years. Full proceedings of the
State Convention will be found on
D'.ar rst page.
A large assortment of hats and caps,
just received at L Kalisky's, and to
be sold atiunheard of prices. A $8.50
bat for $2.00; a good hat for twenty
ive cents; a good hat for 50 cents; a
fine serviceable hat for $1.25, worth
2.50 real value anywhere else. Boys'
mps, with Cleveland and Thurman
marked on them in gilt letters, only
25 cents, a bargain. Call at once, and
get one before all are sold.
A Negro Cut In Two.
Peter Leonard, a negro employee
at Alderman's mill, while riding on
the tram cars, one day last week, and
while the train was in motion, about
three miles from the mill, attempted
to walk on the coupling pole from
)ne fiat to another. These poles are
nall and round, about eight feet
long, and four inches in diameter.
He attempted to walk it four times,
the fourth time faling between the
ars, which passed over him, cutting
aim in two, severing the lower limbs
mtirely from the trunk. His desire
for tryngto go from one car to an
>ther was to join a party of negroes
Coroner Cochran very promptly
eld an inquest, the verdict being
:arelessness on the negro's part.
A Life-time Treable Averted.
TATE SnRes, Tenn., July 4, 188&.
The Swift Specific Co., AtlantaGa.
During the spring of 1871, while
working in the field at my home in
[organ county, Ga., I. pulled off my
shoes to give my feet a rest. Unfor
unately, I walked into a clump of
poison oak, and in a few days my
eet were in a terible,.condition, and
[ could not put ona ashoe because of
the soreness and -swelling. I was
treated as poison osk cases usually
are xid everyig. was healed up.
About the same 'timne the following
pring, 1872, my feet became sore
again, as it first, and every succeed
ing ring for five years brought
ba esame condition of the dis
ase, only each time became more
' teunbecause I began to think
it was a lie-time trouble. Finally I
was induced to try Swift's .specfie.
I took six bottles, and to-day am en
Lrel well. My improvement was
grdal from the first, and no evi
dence of the disease reansn. .I shall
take pleasure in testifying as to its
curative properties. It is the great
est blood purifier in existence.
Yours truly, J. L Monaa.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis
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Spartanburg, S. C.
J. N. C:BIs.E, A. Al., LL.D., Pres't.
Located in the healthy Piedmont region
of upper South Carolina. Seven Professors
with ciriesponding chairs of instruction,
offering two A. B. courses; in one of which
Modern Languages are substituted for
Term's for entire session of ei'ght and
one-half months: Tuition, $40.00 ; Matrix'
culation Fee, $10.0(Y. Board, $19 tor$16 per
Fall Session begins Jot October;I888: For
^atalogue afrd further, information, apply
to J. A. GAMEWELL, Secretary.
Wofford OIloge Fitting School.
Boys are - propared for College or busi'
ness. Beautiful location overlooking the
town and in full vire of the mountains.
Four large brick- buildings: Beautifully
shaded campus. Board and room rezit,"$1
per month.. Tuition, $2Q. per session.
Session begins October. 1st, 1888.
For Catalogue, address A. G. BEMBBRT,
A. M., Head Master, Spartanburg, S. C.
UNIVERSITY OF SOU1 CAROLINA
AT COLUMBIA, S. C.
Includes Graduate Department; College
of Ariculture and Mechanic Arts, Qolleg.
of Liberal Arts and Sciences, CoIfee of
Pharmacy, Normal School, Law Schol..
27 Teachers. 41 Graduate and 20 Under=
Graduate Courses-general, siecial,.or pro;
fessional-for degrees and certiicates. .Jn..
atrction given in Book-Keepig and Pho
nography. Thoroughly eup Che cal,
nes. Also Mechanical Department with
engine and machinery, Draughting .oom
and Shops for wood work and iron work
Experimental Farm. Model Classes con
nected with Normal School for practice in
teaching. New Infirmary.
Tuition-$40 per .Session. Other fees,..
$15. Table Board, $10 to $12 per month.
Rooms free of rent. Total expenses, ina
eluding fuel, washing, books, &c., about
Tuition Fee remitted to Students certify
ing their inability to pay it.
For further information apply to
J. M. McBIDE. PresidentL
H A, LOWRY, Ag4t1
CHEAP CASH STORE?
Manning, S. C.
Fancy and Heavy Groceries;- Can
ned Goods, Confectionerie,
Tobacco and Cigars;
at the lowest
I fake no liens;- but set my goode
cheap for Cs. .
LA1NNING, S. C.
And all leading Watches, Spectacee, a
L. W. FOLSOM,
Successor to F. H. Fobsofr & Bro.
WATCHES, CLOURSg $h*LRY
Man. an ietRaogi meia l
M ChildrFies ar ricas
Casotad Rpiing pr45 omptly eah.
C.V ANESN & SON
Fadd no theOMdway rOSs, os
Apply EC'T'OS.E HNNON,