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THE SANNING TIMES
S. A. NETTLES,
M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT,
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ments. Liberal contracts made for three,
six, and twelve months.
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the real name and address of the writer i
order to receive attention. No commuun
cation of a oersonai character will be pub
lished except as an advertisement.
For further information address
S. A. NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
Wednesday, NOV. 7, 1888.
Your Name in Print.
-Mrs. H. A. Lowry is visiting in Sumter.
-Miss Leila' Galluchat has accepted a
school in the Sammy sw.mir neighborhood.
and becan teaching last Mo day.
-Miss Fannie Zack, the blind lady, wetl
known in this county, was married in Ker
shaw county, last Wednesday evening, to
Mr. J. B. Osteen, a young farmer of Sumter
county, Privateer township.
Are you going to the State Fair ?
Presidcet Cleveland has appcointed Thur:
day, Nov. 29th, as a day of Thanksgiving.
The Greenwood 7iN,.ane is now published
twice a week, and is ono of the best papers
in the State.
The students ci the M:~nning Academy
are doing better work and making no-e sat
isfactory progress this year tian ever before.
J. G. Dinkins & Co.. druggists, this week
appear in an Advertisement. This is a re
liable house, and deserving of a liberal
Every member of the Knights of Pythias
ought to have a badge. Go to Brother Gus
tav Alexander. He has a fine stock of same
from 75 cents up to the tinest quality.
The express wagon was completely demol
ished last Thursday night. The horse at
tached became unmanageabe, the driver was
thrown from his seat, and a general stam
pede and smash up resulted.
The ladies of the Suiinerton Baptist
Church desire to finish paying for an organ
and some furniture purchased for their
church, and to do so will on next Friday
evening (9th inst.) give an entertainment.
All are cordially invited to attend. A
pleasant evening is promised.
The Augusta Exposition opens to-morrow
and closes Dec. 15th. Round trip tickets
good for five days and including a free ad
mission to the Exposition grounds, from
Manning and return will be SG.00. It
strikes us as a little too high to attract, inas
much as the fare was to have been one cent
a mile. s would have been a better price.
There will be a meeting of Damon Lodge.
Knights of Pythias, Friday night, Nov,
16th. at 8 o'clock sharp. The meeting will
be held in Furstenburg Hall. Officers will
be installed, and the endowment or insur
ance rank will be organized. A full atten
dance is requested
The books recently aloptel in this county
for the next fie years may or may not be
used this year- at the op'tion'o the teac-hers
'Their adoption in the (h.s1 nt a
comipulsor~y tiil no't '-r. Te ideat is for
the teachers graduu a- u: wtit slitike ex
pense as poss ble to v.k '' 0y n- -
as class-es fiish uixt a to Lemk.. .'' ~s
the old bo'oks are "sr a t.
The public sa:d.t n.. *ere n
attended. The SV-:i": sal wee a "i
maortgaes. A horse w' put up, and the
hiddiing for a vwhile was hively. starting at
fiye dollars. and was rimaaly bought by Sen
.ator hanie tor twenty-seven dollars. A
lot of accounts and other indebtedness w~as
sold for about .six dollars to 13. S. D~inkins,
Esq., which was about one cent on the
Mr. J. C. Jordan is superinten~li g .the
erailding of Messrs. C. Il. & W. S. harvius
r-ailroad. It is expected that tiw road wi l
run from the depot. just bak of the p.~l,
near Church Street, by the front of Mr.
Barron's house, to and by Mr. Hfarvmn's miil.
The road will be completed to the mill in
about three weeks. Two engines wvill be
used on the road. So AJr. Jordan inforitas uv.
Charleson's Gala Week comes of ei wex
after'next, beginning Nov. 19th. Charles
ton is determined to attract a crowd, and
the number of visitors will probably be
larger than last year. Everybody is going!
The merchants have contributed thousands
of dollars to make the week a success, and
we have no doubt but that it will be a grand
auscesa. The railroad fare will be nonunal,
about a oent a mile each way.
TIhe State Fair this year promises to be
one of the best and most successful in its
history. It begins next Monda., Nov. 12th
end continues through Friday. The rail
-:oad fare, including a free ticket to the Fair
stounds, is $1.8 from Mianning-sand return;
:91.90 from Wilsons and Foreston and re
turn: and $2.00) from Greeleyville. This is
cheiap enough to induce a large crowd to go
fronm this county. Fire works, horse racing.
pigo n shooting. street parades, etc., will be
sp ee~al attractions.
The following teachers have been grn ete
certiicates as a result of the last examna
tion. Several made failures: First Grade
..-T. H. Conners, 5-. W. Mitchumn, J. H.
Timmons, all white. Second Grade--Mrs.
M1. A. Bagnal, Miss Daisy Bagnal, Miss
Leila Galluchat, Miss Susie Lesesne, white.;
and J. ]). Blackwell, Madison Catntey. W.
P. DuRant, Mrs. Catherine DuBose. Mis-i
Elia Sprott, Miss .Jennie E.- Torrence.
eolored. Thir-d Girade-J. H. Hill. R. J.
Moore, Miss Caddie Epps, Miss Lillie Bar
v-in, Miss Jane Riley, Miss Minnie Strznge,
white; and J. M. Benbow. A. S. Boston,.G.
WV. Boston, B. L. Prince, Miss Alice H~arvin,
Two colored yo-1ths who revel in the
names of Thomas Alexander Cooper and
James Henry Senex were up before ria)
,Justice Wilson last Saturday. Senex,who 15
older and larger thtan Cooper, had the night
before, on account of personal animosities,
made an assault with a brick on Cooper
The brick was strong and hard, but whet
thrown with such violence against Cooper'i
forehead, it was- smashed. as was also th4
skin on Cooper's head. Dr. Brown .sewed
up Cooper's wound, which, while it wa:
painful, was not eeriouis, and did not pre
vent his appearance the next day at th.
justice's court. Senex was fined $50 o>
thirty days in jail. Hie took the thirty.
Some negro thieves went to Mr. A. La
Motte Lesesne's place Sunday night,- Oct
28th, and stole a bale of cotton, which or
the following day was sold to Mr. Davyc
Levi. 'Tie next day. as soon as B3oulait
Connors heard there was a hunt for a stoiet
bale of cotton he went jimmediately to -dr
evi's and told himd that was the stolei
cotton. and returned to him? what he har
paid him. Fred Crooms ani Connoers wer
arrested, and lodged in Jail W&.znesday
charged with stealing the cotton. Powel
Spann, a boy,- was arrested in Suxter, aig
lodged in jail here this morn-" g charge
with the same offense. George McJuthe
who is believed to be the mam thief, is ye
on the fly, but he too will probably be i
a in a s-hort time I wa ' a datrmy ro.
Our Dun Book.
W! will i.:,n in a bout ten days a little
bo 'ok cnt:.in'ing the nams and amnuit of
indebtedL. o persons who are owing
usp. This .il l:"~~' embo G.l.n Ea:p: e
pubrih-tion't; an. dverti.4:e acen st
t t l o . Vin '' .' ,}'. . 1 "t'.' :t ;w
(\nt:. Manning .le:l a';c: -uts i:i
Sept. 1, 1 -2 to Lan. i. jA:.ll-p1rm2:!ng
arefnants ta Jan. 1. 198y.
'T-, rook, we are sorry to say, e
see goamt e; and a larr-x n 'oe of
":'d T:tf:, C(om1? vre\ L:1.? This i ook. wlill
bet" inend 'ru r'.s of vhom we .iii
Meas t t .ry- :mmtt:, r. A cop w, il:. .e . alt
We sk ill iersn' in 1d.tedj to us to scttlc
a: rC_.. We will ! :.' cial l sc:1u ,
ou all clair"us settkd't be~ite tis book is pb
li.d, sat- Nov. 17th. Over half of it .i .:i
rody in ty .c. Wt w. .vh~ it diistinctly uInder
st;'od L1:.. \ inbt:n-i to -ollee~t w hat is dae
Fine Spectacles at 25c. a pair at Dinkins
The farmers held.a meeting last Saturday
in the Court House. Capt. D. J. Bradham
read the constitution and by-laws of the
Farx ers' Alliance.
Col. Jas. E. Tindal then mado a good,
strong, practical talk in favor of establishing
a county alliance, urging the need, es
pecialy from a social point of view, of such
an organization in this county.
Capt. Branham followed with a sensible
talk on the practical and pecuniary benehts
that the farmers would derive from organ
izing such alliances.
Maj. L. H. DesChamps urged upton the '
farmers the necessity of such an orgaumza
tion, and believed that it would result in a.
great saving in money to the farmers. Ie
hoped the farmers would organize into an
Mr. C. R. F. Baker moved that the presi
dent of the meeting appoint some one in
each election precinct to canvass the county
for the purpose of organizing r fart:ers
alliance. Tae raotion was ctrriedl and the
Dr^OArr:s. --L. i. DesCiamps, D. ..
Bradham, J. E. Tindal, F. P. Cooper, T. J.
ALTrExArus.-T. J. Cole. J. D. Chileis,
S. R. liarvin, Jos. Sprott, Jr., S. R. Chan
Mr. Baker proposed the following names
as delegates to the State Agricultural Meet
ing: S. IR. liarvin, Fulton; J. M. Des
Champs, Panola; L. T. Fisher, Cross Roads;
Jno. C. Ingram, Summerton; Jos. Sprott,
Jr., Jordan; J. E. Davis, Manning; G. W.
Broadway, Packsville; C. S. Land, Foreston;
J. F. Cole, Motts; F. P. Cooper, New Zion;
J. J. Conyers, Fork.
The meeting then adjourned, to meet
again the first Saturday in December.
Scrim, in Colored and Plain, 8c., 10c.,
12lc.. at F. Levi's, Sumter, S. C.
~Double width Brocade Dress Goods, 8
cents up, at F. Levi's, Sumter, S. C.
lIadies' Grain Polka, Solid leather, $1.00,
at F. Levi's, Sumter, S. C.
Cretonnes, Sc. up, at F. Levi's, Sumter.
Always on hand, a complete line of
Gent's, Ladies', and Misses' Shoes, at F.
Levi's, Sumter, S. C.
104) dozen all wool Cashmere Gloves, 15c.,
20c., 25c., and up, at F. Levi's, Sumter.
Found the Stolen Ox.
On last Sunday night some one stole an
ox from Pensy Young, a colored washer
woman of our town. Her children went out
at daylight Monday morning to feed the
beast, when, as they say, "hit cum up mis
sin." Just then a peal of lamentation rang
out on the morning air that alarmed that
part of our town, but presently silence was
restoredl and the dusky forms of Pensy and
her husband were slowly receding through
the mist down the Kingstree road, as they
bent over the forked imprints of their horned;
ho"/s hoofs. resently Pensy struck
mloe certaini tiru in the track of the thief,
the great toe of whose right foot evide-ntn
protrut'd' beym a s .ole of his ,brokey
sh:e. W\oian in t~ as well alla other
ocasons, TI) il-t tewger.cy. She
drew up her tr"il i. gane- her wi t
str ig. &'a di.a.'d he..r husb'a'u. At 4
io b,.tcher Colenmnr . 't at am '
threond her treasture sadly ch"m . s
hcu. as he stoodl3 drootpogly pating~U tied to
a post. "Cow Dick. eow D'ek. cow l)c:,
she called whean suddenly the or lou ed. A
laugh went up from a crow d of spectatorC
the battle was won. and "n r e b'-udan~'
ar'ived his wife triumphantiy held onn ad)
of the rope that gave her posses.tn (I. 'er
prpetvfr. Cr'leman~ 1:ad bco'.ht 1ii.' G
wi hours before from the thie:f who '-, . ;
.hort, stumpy, black negro that gave his|
nae as Singleton. The trOoecrted oae :
anothr back bcme, and arrived in our town|
last night about 8 o'clock. 'The thief was|
tracked back to Manning, andI is suppoon'a
to in tiLs vactnity now.
Fjo' twenity-jit'e new subscribers, ac
compnied by the cash, wce uetll gi.et a
hadsome new Singer sewing machine,
improved, with latest and best attach
ments. The machine ts sold by Moses
.Levi for $25. This ts an extra
ordinary ofer-. The 'machine can be
seen at any time in the Times ofbiee.
The Sunter Watc/wn sayvs: Miss Essic
Wilson, daughter of Mr. B. F. Wilso of'
Mayesille, left lag wseek foir San Fraujcisco
from vhmeie s:: v., ctembart:. mx comxpainy
wit sev'eral other :nissionaries, to China.
Miss Wilson decided about a year ago to give
Iher life to this work; since which time- she
Ihas been preparing herself for it.
An Elegant pair of Spectacles for 50c.
at Dinkins & Co's.
The Rtev. T. P. Burgess, pastor of Eben-'
ezer Priesbyter'ianl Church,. Charleston, who
reently resigned his position as minister
ofcths cnofngregain has, it is stated, in
conequnceof heunaniimouis request of
the memnbers5 of the church concluded to re
onsider his action and remain with the
eople with whom he has been connected
for so many years, and who are unwilling
ihat he should sever the very pleasant rela
tions existing between them.- C/N~ileson
Deightful peach and apple butter for
sale at M. Levi'* Try some of it.
Ladies' hats, new and beautiful styles, for
sale cheap at Moses Levi's.
atTry a pair of penitentiary shoes, for sale
atM. Levi's, from $1.54) up.
Pie Peaches, in gallon cans, at M. Le
i's, for 50 cents a can.
Self sealing~ fruit jars, for sale by 31. Le
i, at 10 cents up. .
Cooking Stoves for sale a': M. Levi's.
ine line of New Silk Gloves, for sale by
Fi L'ne of Men's, Boys', Ladies', and
Misses~ Ha~ts, at F. Levi's, Stiuter, S. C.
IpyNwYork pric~eor fox, coon, and
tter hies Don't sell until you see mne.
Chice hamis for sale by M. Kalisky.
rh lot of fine family groceries, espec
- -m i ..., ,.ra~ c', eiv'ed and oflerea at tme
PDIP'LES, SORES, ACHES AND PAINS.
When a hundred bottles of sarsaparilla or
other pretentions sptheihcs fail to rradieae
in-born scrofula or contagious blocd poison,
rememai r that B. B. B. cBotanic .lood
1a';: t ainld many thousand victories.
in as a: ny. emringlv incilble iustancs.
S, nd to the lod Palm CO.. .it' iota . Ga..
for "a of1 ot' Won'ers."'m4 h; a o nineod.
It is i:'rj "1rE BLonD 'R W ' -r.
G. WN. MIessr, Howdil's X Ronads. Gas
writ. - w "icted n with
h. : ,i. All LOl 1"ke flt
'1 I' t.0 . Itl.n rud B. ". B. .(
face and neck. She took three bottles of
B. It. B.. and h:. skin .: soft :i md smio'th.
pm dti:.p .a (1, ard i.r healthz im
J:'S. L.. liwoo ,rtkl At :i^.t (,:-. wrgits:
"Somei ars .:ata t bloe ot
I had: re ap~ietta.:1. irdi-tion was rined,
'heur:i-at drva,. up iy it.l s so I could
hardiv walk.-my throat wa 'auterized five
times. Hat Springs gtve a. no bDenflit,
and my life was one of torture until I gave
B. B. It. a trial, and surprising as it may
seem, the use of five bottles cured me."
KINGSTE, Nov. 2.--Tlie jury in the
Sc::anton riot case failed to agree last night,
and Judge Pressley resolved the deadlock
into a mistrial. This is the first failure of
a jury to agree upon a verdict here in years.
The result is virtually a victory >r the
prosecution. Every case of int "t was
"contined" by the machnations of ..:e tire
some lawyers with endless tongues. The
Willoughby ,,lit against the Northeastern
.alil:ad Company, whicl. cverybody was on
tiptoe t' see and har. WAS lI(.tponl-.:a most
unexpectedly by the defendant. A material
witn'ess was c-wtir'lv abseiit.
Will find relicf from their Costiveness,
SwimIing i11 the Iad. Colic. Sour Ston
ach, . Kidney troubles, etc., by
taking a are -f Simmnus Liver Regulator
af.:r ,:nler sopper. 'o a.: :o move the
bowes one- a dray. Mo:hsors wii have bat
ter health and th babies will grow more
robust, by using the legulator. If an in
fant shows signs of Colic, nothing like a
few drops in water for relief. The Genu
mne has the red Z on front of Wrapper.
Work on Eutawville Railroad is pro
gressing, tiotwithstanding unforeseen de
lavs. It is estimated that it will require
from three to four weeks longer to complete
the bridge across Santee River and restore it
to position. It is also expected that the
engineer corps will finish locating the line
to Sumter tomorrow. The grading of the
road has been completed to Panola, leaving
only the fifteen miles between that place
and Sumter to be graded. This section will
be graded by contract, and the engineers
will then locate the line to Cheraw. When
the road has been built to Cheraw it will
connect there with John Robinson's Sea
board Air Line system. giving a shorter
line from Charleston to New York than by
any of the now existing routes.-Kews and
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Brises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by J. G. Dinkins & Co.
Delegates have been appointed by Gov
ernor Richardson to the National Farmers'
Congress which meets at Topeka, Kansas,
on November 14. as follows: At large-H.
Hammond, B. F. Perry, E. M. Ro.:yall, H.
E. Bissell, E. R. McIver; Congressional-S.
S. Owen, R. W. Shelor, C. C. Law, R. B.
Watson. W. G. Ilinson, J. C. F. Sims, Ralph!
Nesbit, C. S. Land, W. D. Johnson, A. Can
n, Iredell Jones, J. W. Reid, R. S.
Thomas; South Carolina University--J. M.
McDryde; Departnent of Agriculiure--A.
-We cffer One iHundred Dollars Plaar .
or any ea r of Catatrrh that cannot be cured
h\' takin'i Hiris Catarrh Cure.
'FP. J1. CHIENEY .\- CO.. Props., Toledo, 0.
We. the undiersigned, have kno-."n P. J.
henev' for the last 15 years. and believe
im' pi rfectly honorable in atll business
ransactions, and financially able to carry
ot any obligations made by their firm.
Wrat and Trnax, Wholesale Dr'uggists, Tol
Wuling. Kiun i &r' Marv. 'iin. Wholesale'
D-rggsts Tol',ed Ohio.
E1. an Hoesen,( 0.s'-r, ' o'ledo Natior.
al Bank, Toled, Ohio.
Hairs Catarrn Cur' is tak~n internally,.
wtigiretl woni te b'oosi and nneus~5
sraces of the- sytem. rice, 75c. per bot
e S-old by all Druggists.
This powder neve'r variem. A miarve. of
purity, strength and wvholesomueness. More
economico'. titan the ordinary kinds, and
canot be sold in competition with the mul
titude of low test, short weight. alum or
phosphate powders. &ol only in c-ms.
RovA EmsoG Powann Co., 106 WYall St.,
N. Y.. .
BUJLTMANN & BRO.,
--Manufacturers of and Dealers in
ALL KINDS OF
B009TS', SIIOES, TRUXKS, VALISES, F~c.
p 0 S MSR8E
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS
Bogin's Old Stand. SUMTER, S. C.
Coeds Well Bought Are Half Sold
Fair Honest Treatment for All My Customers
Two of the Ruling Principles in My Business.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
SPECIALLY SUITED FOR THE
Fall and Winter.
MY CLARENDON FRIENDS
ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED TO GIVE ME THEIR PATRONAGE.
SUMTER, S. C.
To The people of Clarendcon.
D. J. WINN
-Has Just Opened Up The Largest Stock of
MEN'S AND BOYS' DRESS SUITS,
Business Suits, School Outfits,
Ever Brought to Sumter.
. REAT VA IETY OF L 4
BEST QUALITY AND LATEST STYLES. .
I ROBES. UIBELLS, ALISES
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
Tremendous Stock Just in. Fresh From Northern Markets. and
At the old Reliable Clothing House of
D. J WIN, Main Street, SUMTER, S. C.
McElree's New Jewelry Palace,
262 'Eing Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK
IN THE SOUTHERN STATES.
- Gold Watches. Silver Watches, Waterbury Watches, and
Second Hand Watchces.
SILVER PLATED WARE, AND WEDDING PRESENTS,
Spectacles, Eye Glasses,
AND ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY AT
McElree's New Jewelry Palace,
267 King Street, CHARLESTON, S. C.
R. M. M AST E RS
Has Just Latid in a Tremendous Stock of
At the Lowest Possible Prices.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
This Stock Mlust Be Sold Regardless of Prices.
SCOME ONE, COME ALL. DE
Slate or Tin Roofing done promptig by frt class workmen. Couintry
orders filled with Iipth u iug STWS..t CHRESO.1.
CHREAP ASH Q TORE.
HEAP CASH k)ToRE.
M, KALISKY, Agent,
MANMNG, S. C.
EST GOODS! LO WEST PRICES!
I have been in Manning for a year, and
the people have had ample opportunity of
finding me out. I feel proud of the fact
that my trade has steadily increased, and
that I number among my regular custom
ers many of the best families in the town
Low Prices and Fair Dealing
has been the cause of this. I desire to re
turn thanks for the liberal patronage given
me, and to solicit its continuance.
Breakfast strips, in canvass, 12k cents
very best. Choice Hams, sugar cured,
In Canned Goods, I have all kinds, just
bought: Okra and Tomatoes, Tomatoes,
Pease, Corn, Peaches, Apples, Salmon, etc.
Bolona Sausage, Cream Cheese, Macaroni.
Flour. Bacon, Lard, Grist, etc.
J have the best and eapest shoes in this
iarket, and for quality, can beat the market.
50100 Boodle Cigars, zest 5c cigar in town.
Call quick, before all are gone.
No trouble to show goods.
Before purchasing call at my store, and
see my goods. Give me a chance to sell
you gc >ds, and you will be pleased with
my low prices. M. KALISKY, Agt.,
Opposite Court House.
TEAS, WINES, BRANDI
OF EVERY SORT, WI
No. 314 IN
Between Society and George.
Largest variety of fall and wir
nianufactories, ever dish
SILKS, SATINS, EMBROIDERY, I
COMBINATION SUITS, TRICO
FURS, FEATHERS, Al
Rugs, Oil Cloth and Matting,
eral df goods line, at the lowe
?:4 King Streef,
THE BEUILAR ACADEMY,
Bethiehen, S. .
B. B. THdMPSON, Prfedfp .
Fal Sessfo Begias Kay Oct. 19.
Instruction th ro goveriiment, 2h!
and decisive,. e3 p ig generally to the
student's seise of honor and judgment in
the important matter of punctuality; dc'
portment, diligence. &c. Moril ald social
Tuition from $1.00 to $2.00 per month.
Board in good families $7.00 per months
Board from Monday to Friday per monti
$3.00 to $4.00.
peFor further particulars, address thl
LADI Es AES
Do Tour owa Dyeing, at. Nome.
They will dye .vezythdng. 'Ihey aesod every.
where. Price 10.. a packae.c Tbeybavenoe(~u
for Strength, Brightnas, Amount in PAawes
or for Fatness of Color, or howniadin Quulites.
They do not crockoramut; 4Oeoaore Forsale by
J. G. Dinkins & Co., Manning. S, C.
kNN & CO.
7, ALES AND Li0UO W
;LESALE AND RETMI(,
CHARLESTON, S: C.
s filled with care;
lEN & CO,
TON, S. C
Ater goods, from all he feadi
layed in South Carolina.
JADIES' UNDERWARE,- LOVELY
1 FLANNEtS, CASH EES,
TD ASTRAKHAN, ALL
orbs and Qiit.
AND- CRUTMB CLOTH.
-in fact every thing in the gen
st priceS, at
lEN & Co.,
CHAIRLESTON, S. C,