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The Southern Question.
NEW YORK, Dec. 5-The World prints
a synopsis of views : r.,m intelligent colored
men in the South on the negro question. A
Raleigh, N. C., special says: "James H.
Jones, the most prominent and intelli' ent
negro in Raleigl, who was the body ser
vant to President JefTerson; Davis and was
captured with him, and ' ho h:its fo: ifteen
yeas consectively l . a ahierma o. i
this city, Said in reply t liw int!errgato
ries: 'We hope fora! a.al:i:i: :u'a w1.1:
will be just to the wl ' le l'eople, particu
larly to the Souithern pee-le. I do not
think the inc*aino :edulini:ntin i I
at all biased or pi-judicC! toward the
South. The peopl.. ire are certainly not
prejudiced against. l r. I Inrriso n and his.
administration. We have iu' poi:tical ri.hts
here that are not fel actcordcd us. The
elections are perfectly quiet and no cl:ded
nian has any right to complain. 1 am .
Republict ant have always been one, but
I am sure that the views of every fair-mind
ed white man and colored man here if ob
tained, would precisely agree with mine
in this matter. The colored people here
are shown the most exact justice. They
have good schools carefully looked after."
Judge Pressley to Retire.
It is rumored here on very good authori
ty that Judge Pressley will not be a candi
date for re-election at this meeting of the
Legislature, but will retire from the bench.
It is not idle rumor, either, as Judge Press
ley is said to have told a gentleman of this
city his intention when in Columbia last
week. It is understood that General Izlar,
of Orangeburg, will be one of the most
prominent candidates to succeed the Judge.
If the rumor is correct, and there seems
good foundation for its truth. South Caro
lina will lose one of her ablest and most
worthy members of the bench, whose legal
ability and high integrity has never yet
been doubted or questioned.-Greenville
S sthat misery experienced when we sud
- become aware that we possess a
al arrangement called a stomach.
The stah Isthe reservoir from which
- - evey fibre and tissue must be nourished,
out the-whole system. Among a dozen
dyspeptics no two will have the same pre
mentalpower and a bilious temperament -
are subject to Sick Headache; those,
Swbflethethin and nervous are abandoned
:-,. to gloemy forebodings- Some dy speptica
are wonderfully forgetful; others have
great irritability of temper.
Whatever form -Dyspepsia may take,
one thing is certain,
T, e ader 'igsr cause is
j5 the. LIrER,
an ne thing more Is equally certain, no
one willremain a dyspeptic who will
It wiII correct
Acidity of the
and, at the same
W - time
aStt the Liver to working,
F'z-I, U all other troubles
- , as a onfi rmed dyspeptic. Some
- ms go by the advice of Dr. Steiner, of
Ldeassa, shewamoed totrySimons Liver
or. I feel grateful for the relief it has
-- anherd may-aR who read this and are
way. whther chronic or other
1.iver Regulator and I feel
- bGleach wiBberestored to all who will
- ' d - W :M.-KSE=, Fort Valley, Ga.
l yos get the Genuise,
>'"} wlhthed ZonatofWrapper,
PREPARED OtMY BY
, , :, C0., PhfladelphaPa.
Brorn & Evans,
C JTbbesof -
22422 and 228 Meeting St.
A4 ~arleston, S. C.
-Restcres the Senses of Taste, Smnell
edApartiee isappied iatoeachnostril and
I bagreeabie. Price50c. nt Druggists or by
alaBi.BL2ROTHES,5WarrenSt. ew York.
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL
I most as Palatable as Milk.
gS' disguised thaa it can be taken,
C-*gse.and assimilated by the mnost
- =v eoaehm. when the plain oil
- annet be tolerated; and by the ose
b~an..ien oftthe oil with ther hypophes.
is mnach more efficacious.
Emmrlable as a MeCh predaeer,
Pursa gala rap~dly while takiag if.
I 'iins to be the Finest and Best prepa.
O soin the world for the relif andcureof
-CENERAL. DEBILITY, WASTINC
COLDS and CNRONJC COUCHS.
-2ne great remedy far costupia, anid
Waslngv inChadren. Sold bil afl Drggists.
When I say Cumin I do not mean merely to
stop them for a time, and then have them re
tarn again. I MEW' A RADICAL CURE.
I have made the disease of
WIS EPILEPSY or
a PAEING SICKNESS,
A lifet-long-study. I WARRAit my remedy to
CUEEs the worst cases. Because others have
-filed Isnoreasonfor not now receiving acure.
Send at once for atreatise and a FREE BoTTLE
~.of my INgFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Express
saaS Post Office. It costs you nothing for a
tridal, angi it will cnre you. Address
asA H..OnT,....183 PARLT..NEWYORK
- It's Easyto Dye
Posesses many Important Advantages over aSt
other prepared Foods.Fasness,
BABIES CRY FOR IT.
INVALIDS RELISH IT. AuD
Makes Plump, Laughing, Healthy Babies.
Regulates the Stomach and Bowels. 1 - imrhiity
Sold by Druggists. 25c., 50c., 81.00. 1
WELLS, RICHARSON & CO., BURLINGTON,VT. rrute to r more good than a other
WELSCHADSN CO, URINOON + dyes ever made, uaad to give more brillianit and
, ~ . duirale colors. Ask for the Diaemond, and take
Baby Portraits. noother. 36colors; tocents each.
A Portfoli o beautiful baby ortrait.. printed WELLS. RICHARDSON & CO., Burhngton, Vt.
on fine plate papr by patent phioto proc ess sent Glig Bozn ac rils S
free to Mother of any Baby born within a year. For or g Y
Every Mother wants these pictures; send at once. DIAMOND PATNTS.
Give Baby's name and age.
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Props., Burlington, Vt. Gold, Silver, Bronze, Copper. D.Ay to Cents.
The Manning Academy,
A GRADED SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
TWENTIETH SESSIO)N BEGINS, MOND)AY, SEPTEMIBERt 3, 1 SSS.
S.A.N A.LE B. M is. E. C. ALSB'ROOK.
The course of instrudction, embracing tell ears, is designed to furnish a
liberal education suited to the ordinary VOCattions )f life, r to tit students for
the LLreshma, Sophomore, Or Juitor clas S col ze. c y
P'LAN 01' IN ST1'!;'t '1'10 .
The most anproved text looks are used. aine blackboard is deemed an
essentia l in the c11:e*art*m The ,w'oiql of :an author is inaibyrequired
of each nu pil. fu all work dloio, in \VI1:ttVer departinel.t, and whatever 1hle
extent of ground covered, our motto shall alway s be 'iiIc11oRUciHNE:SS. To tlns,
end, we shall require that every lesson '" ',i:, if no.t in time for the (Clan"
recitation. theni elsewhere. -No real prgre'ss can be msade so long as the
pupil is allowed to go on from day to day" reciting only half-perfect lessons.
TEMS PER N MONTH F PT'El M 1'EEKS:
Primiary D)epartmuent t:; year;' course.............. .........1 .Ou, :1.50. and _.nui
Internmediate" Deplartnmen t 12 yevars' .0 tdise I......................
Higher Deartof'nt 2 ucaiseon brs ci. .n y3.er, and i
Collegiate D spruited nt t3 y oiar i course)..........y vocatis$. and l o i u t
Music, incitdn use of instriuuent ... ............................... ......40
Contingent Fee , or hesso or Jiols, d acile........................
Board per" month............ ................ ......................... 5" I
Bard frotr:i Mondayv to Friday (ler month).............................) 140
The Principals feel much encouraged at the hearty support given the
school peretpfore, and promise renewed efforts to make the school what it
should it-FIST CLASS in every respect.
For further particmlars, send for catalogue. Address.
S. A. SETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
extenI -, . C
A. Graded School for Boys and Girls.
Miss VIRGINIA IN GR_1-1. 1. 1. BAGTNAL.
The Fifth year of the Manning Grove School will inegin S-pteiber 3rd, 1SSth and close
It is tho purpose o the principals to give thorough instruction iii the elementary
branches, and then advance the pupils as rapidly as sound judgment will admit.
Boys and ytemng men desiring to prepare for college will find the course a instruction
admairably adapted to that purpose. an~d special attention will be paid to that class of
students when desired.
Special attention given to Calisthenics.
The school building is in complete order for com. t and convenience, being well
Mustiae, nldin pl u e te inem int.................... .
Fonirst Fraee,..er.session ..f.5months ift gad e..... ...... .. .... ...0.0
Bod aeot................15 it .............---..------...--500
Thrd rm d ay to. riday(per. m t)... 2 .00.........................s . .00
uTh Prniasgelcnoradeged......2 Dain and Peaitisuppo.t.given.th
Bcooldhedetodgin, anbhd pomis resnble erts taketheschoofawhateit
For further particulars, sendy toihr ofathlge. rinipss,
lt. C. BS. A., PreTiden,
C. Bssxr Jx~u~sGenl Maager lie ~anS. anning Se . C a.
GatHdaulCto Praes Eahole otoy Gins.ir
The Fifth yeartoftheoneanningGrove6Schooldil0 beginESglembern3rdl18shandwclos
tht we ae roferg way therincipasto gied orog iescini. heeeetr
Oilchs, Rndbbe andvLanether pupis anapdl as completeudgen ofwill Supis.
BoyWan Gy rneeiring t Pre for olest Qallindthecs of istrcto
adiaMaape oNauroe & andKseia ateton. wi l eidto, tha cs'o
I XPENSESE MON .
Aort g ode.......... at.....50 |Da ig n~ itn ......25
Badan oodn cnBestad ato resnal1ersad ngodfmiis
A god oodRe. Chi BAtEY 45esient
ATgoo Woern ir BSrkley atmpa.7.
EreCiA Eginde ad Boiles, Autlat Engine and Bole30.00aou itl
GatHdaui goo anu Pred Eagle Suton MGins. por$5.0
WeI have instranincne stock oneeac60 t5, and70 s tEagle Gin, ol slop frorn,
Oils, Roubbeer and o Leathe tolting, an til complet ineo thill Socpplie
Kee aes idw a h n. h
MISAND PINTIN BAKERYA,
Foreign a Domesticn Gles
Bread, Caste, CHARLEdy, Fr.t, t.
THROUHLERPRE AND CHAETFREUREHUE
N 1 INGHARETaeson .
J. T'. OR RIS,~om~
JOSEPH F. RHAME,
ATTORNEY AT LAT,
MANNING, S. C.
JOHN S. WILSON,
Jl/toru'ne an( (jouaselor at Lai,
31ANNING, S. C.
F. N WILSON,
1. 1|:l N'EE .t1);EXT,
MANNING. S. C.
. T ) T l|.T EI' :1 ! L.tI ~
MANNING. S. C.
," Notary Puli with seal.
jT. I. INGRAM.
S.1ITiUR. EY AT /.A 11'.
0116t-0at ('ourt House,
MANNING, S. ('.
I . CLINTON GALUCHAT,
PRATICES I COURTS OF
rLIRL ESThN aw,.l CLA REYDOX.
Address Contnnications in care of Man
ning 'T: ms.
JOS. H. MONTGOMERY,
A TTuREY ATLAT1
Main Street. SUMTER. S. C.
?-Collections a specialty.
W. F. 13. Iiyoswor.r, Suntler S. C.
B. S. DiN rxs, Manning, S. C.
H YNSW( fftT}I & 1)1 N !I [N.
AT7TulRSN'S A' T L.A I'.
SMANNING. S. C.
DI I1. G. ALLEN HI UGGINS,
M1\NN1N(' AN) NING sTit1F.
Kingstn. , 1tom 1-t Ito 12:th of eachi 1tontht.
31nitngii., iromI 12th to Ist of ach itoith.
- Orr wrt Honis -
A .. 31. to I 1. 11. and 2 to 1 1'. \1.
J .1. i:AGION.
IE:1L E.1XlTE .1'GE.
FORESTON. S. C.
Offers for sale on Main Street, in business
portion of the town, TWO STORES. with
suitable lots: on Manning and Ii. R. streets
TWO COTTAGE RESIDENCES, 4 and G
rooms: and a number of VACANT LOTS
suitable for residences, and in different lo
calities. Terms Reasonable.
Louis Cohen & Co.
284 Eing Street.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Dry (nd Fancy Goods.
ilSamples and prices cheerfully sent
on application. Orders entrusted to
me will receive my prompt personal at
tention. Will be pleased to see my
friends from Clarendon .County.
ISAAC M. LORYEA,
With Louis Cohen-& Co.,
CHARL ESTO, S. C.
Wm. Burmester & Co.
HAY AND GRAIN,
Red Rust Proof Oats, a Spe
Opposite Kerr's Wharf,
CHARLESTON S. C.
MAX G. Bryant, JAS. M. LEL.AND,
South Carolina. New York.
Grand Central Hotel.
BRYANT & LELAND, PnoPRIEroas.
Colunibia, South Carolina.
The grand Central is the largest and best
kept hotel in Columbia, located in the EX
ACT BUSINE.S CENTER UF TH E (NTY,
where all Street Car Lines pass the door,
and its .EXU is not excelled by any in the
-THEE BEIJLAB ACADEMY,
Bethlehem, S. C.
B. B. THOMPSON,-Principal.
Fall Session Begins Monday, Oct. 29.
- -o- -
Instr uction thorough. govekrnmxent niild
and decisive, atppeahing generally to the
stuent's senise of honor and judgment ia
the important matter of p)untuality, de
portient. diligence, &c'. MIoral atnd social
1. (6 c.' TI u N El N E
Tui tioin fromi $1 .'0 to $2.00 per mnuth.
I harl in g't'd famoilies S7.00U pwr month.
lBoard trtak 2londayv to H iday perk mjonthi
;. Ft'r fu rthlr partientars. a-lltree. th
.. G. I)dNKi INS, 31. li. lI. B. LORYEA.
J.G9. Diokins &Co.,
Drug|iss and Pharmacists,
PUR EI DidGS A.\ D 'o EDICINES.~
VINE CIGAR~S AND)
Fu tll 'tock 'if P.uxts, ( )i-s, (..ass
VAInsisuri and rIWurI RiL,s e,
Au elegait stock of
SPECTA('LES andl EVE GL ASSES.
No charge madle for titting the eye.
Physic'ians Prescriptions carefully
COmIpoundedi, day or night.
J. G. Dinkins & Co.,
Sin of the Golden MIortar,
MANNING, S. C.
~f takeg c' iuriP Gf2ctrie .
ta far boaK'Me6nagc foComag.
made yASrJC(w !RGUL Ai0R(i.
.ur' hs. ATXANTzA_.
S, Wolkoviskie, Agt., & Co.,
Fine Wines, Liquors, To
bacco, and Cigars.
The only Pool and Billiard
Parlors in the Town.
SIMON PURE OLD MOUNTAIN
Corn and Rye
|Eit SU: i IJLE PRICES.
(_' te, (r/1(1 |0(d.x (|Wilj11Hiiell.
ii- Call and take a "NIP" of my
oLD TOM 1IN.
S. WOLKOVISKIE, Agent,
Manning, S. C.
MAN:NNING, S. C.
7 1 ~a
And all leadin% u acenes, Spectaelos, :nd
Repairing Neatly Done.
All Work Warranted.)
Wii RIRING~ A SPECIATrY. Ni
Main Street, - - Sumter, S. C.
L. W. FOLSOM,
Successor to F. H-. Folsorn & Bro.
SUMTER, 5. (.
ne Jtl .e 4 ib s ie w rkn .
Fl- -- p0st~
C Hi AeRhrie LovdTON. S.Tli
F irs! ' Ilass l '. allii' i n. . i -ci ---
Supied w~ith~11% :klle dokern hpo-n
Whoelen isae. LGrey rs.
171:ttl1Eis i. '-r h- t&S Ei. S C
PA ILO H Otunda
- lA'TES. 82.~'o. $25 A\N I) .*.
R~om I;|.,,r.e', !>y la;! .or /;'ief/roph
157 and 169, East Bay,
CIIARLET1ON, . G.
TEW WAVERLY HOUSE, INI
i the Bennd ofl King Street, C'hareo .
Th.- Wav'.rly. hav ing, b..en thoroinghIiy
renoIIva;tedi Ihe pasut suunner and ewlytI'. far
ished throtughont. iuakes its acconnrnoda
ijns unsurpa;ssed. Incandescent ElectricI
.Lihts and Eleictr-ic Belsare used in all
rons and hallways. Rates$2.00 and $2.50.
G3. T1. ALFORD, Proprietor.
Manning Shaving Parlor.
and %l haingII. done with bes~tItRazors. Spee
ial attention~ paid to shitiampoing ladies
I ha~ve hin considrble ex'perienlce in
sevra'.l large cities, and guarantee satisfac
tion to my cuistomlers. P'arloi- next door to
E. D. fLuILLTION.
The otie of evey1 ne is called to the fact that
R. W. )URANT & SON
Beet a full supply of Goods in their line.
1 arint,>:"' &ppl es, Alerimi ' . i~usehold Supplies, EU'.
(r xOKI'N< AND HEATING STOVES OF BEST MAKE !
Waui at:l I;uggy M.tvriad fromi a ;olt to a Wheel. Pumps Both Iron and Wood.
lng in ubber anld Loather. and Packing of all Kinds. Imported Guns.
Muz .'nd Btrcih Loaling : Pistols in Variety from $1 up. Powder, Shot,
and Sli ls, Ac., :and v: are Agents for the
xz-eat wiestern Fowdec.er C0omnpany
'T;le and Pocket (Clitlery. Etc.
W ith mo:ny th:uks to a generous public for their past liberal patronaeg, and
sill their kind support, we are respectfully, etc.
i. T. DUR AXT& SO,
5CMT ER, S. C.
GO TO THE
Manning Cash Store,
IF YOU WANT BARGAINS IN
MEN'S, LADIES', AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
JNice stoc'Im. of
Groceries, Fruits, Cabbages, etc.,
Always on Hand, at
H. A. LOWRY'S, Agent.
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationary a( Portable Engines and Boilers, Saw
Mill Machiiiery, Cotton Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steam
I oat, Melijnists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
gx 11i0 nii': ,r ld wih pimnloess a:nd Dispatch. Send /hr price lidss.
E Cor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
F.1: i'i re den l t. 1F. t -. RODGI s, Treanre'r
Atlantic Phosphate Company,
of Charleston, S. C.
St arte. Fsertili merS and Importers of
Peizer, Rodsters & Co.,
BRowN's liAI". '- - - CHARLESTON, S. C.
& Mit. :i. [m'l. of Maing. Wil. he pleased to supply his
friends and the p~iuiliie generally. with any of the above brands
OTTO F. WiETERS,
WHOLESALE Dealer in Wines, Liquors, and Cigars.
No. 121 East Bay, - - -- - - - Charleston, S. C.
R1('E BEER! RICE BEER! [GEo. E. TOALE. HENRY OER.1
We are the sole manathe turers of thz t e- 1E ao
licious and healtbyl, beverge, which after
having beein analyzed by all the rtinent
chemists in Atlanta, Ga., during "Prohibi- jI-[A F4CTURERS AND WROLESALk
tion" and utter the most searching srutiny
for traces of atleliohol, was allowed to be sold ; -3D fre of Stt :td i i~ .ads lo'D os
free of state anod city license, and so also DOOr.
more recently afterfurther analyzing in Flor
ida. It tills long felt want fn" a stinulant . 81
an d appetizer that is not intoxicating; pleas
ant to the taste, contains nourishment and Bud,
specially suited for persons~ of wak :amd del I ouldiuos.
iate contitutions. It his the tasteof lage
beer of the finest flavor; besides, to add to Mnes
its po ity and nmedicinaliqualities, 'B stpei Grates, etc.
o~iia 'Ateia ell w ater. Put up in Scrol ~Ork, Turning and*
cases of one dozen pints at $1 25per dozen: Insicle Finish. Builder's Hard
five dozen at $1 per dozen, arnd in cask. of
ten dozen each at 90 eents lerdozen. Cash Wvare. and (4 eneral
mus axmpay eea order. C:opyrighted
and patent applied for. noegeunejB ilding Matrial,
We ha'" no Agents. and nn enn
unless ard ,red direct tromOFIEADin.SROS
PAMErOBuWL,"" j10 aind 12 Hayne street,
Steam So ~a and Minerl Water Works. . REAR CHARLESTON HOTEL,
Ch.i ileston, S. C., U. S. A. -Chreton S. C.
dOHN F. WEILNERl, L. H. QUIROLLo.Al VkGarted
JOHN F. WERNER & Co. Wrte for estimaes
PROVISION DEALERS, | H BI
1t4 :md ]16 East Bay. an 29 and 31 Ven
HllSTh~ON, S. C.
ITO The People of Clarendon:
Iam t he Agent for the Cel
~W HOM elRtEVlOLVING HEAD
r Engines and Boilers.
I am sa30 aeut in this county for
N 0 th.
BOSS COTTON PRESS.
1Corn Mills'-, Pulleys~, Shaft
THE LADIES' FAVORITE. the Faor's Loest Cashc
NEVER OUT OF ORDER. grcs twl et h datg
*" u ,u t orplc o temand of piurchatsers to call on ine before
Drces. Iyocannotfd our aen" wrte buyin.
NE1(lOMSE~GMACINE ORACEW.S.SCOTT HARVIN,
CasICAso - 28 UNION SQUARENY- ,DALLA-- Manning S. 0.
SuLOIS.O. : 'ANTANC~tOCA R. MARsH ALL & 00.
S. HL? WRE MECHAYs.
PH I ADLPHI SIGER 139 MEETrING STRIEET, Charleston, S. C.
_- , Sole Agents For
High . Low ST.utKE'S DIXIE PLOUGHS,
$28. 20.JAVERY &: SON'S PLOUGES
- IDOW LAW COTTON PLANTER
n4 . M I ngli Stock. Washbuzrne &: Monm's
*~ ;amizedl Fenxee WVire, Chamn
a, len Mowaiers, and heatpers.
xx WAT-ON 'fl TURENTINE TOOLS
Ml autfactured in Fayetteville, N. C. Every
* Told nt'osolutely' warranted and
if broken will be
- :- repmaaed. ,
= -*:.Also Dealers In
~ J -'lF.i F."AL IIARDWARtE,
11~ GRICULTUCRAL STEEL,
I lopIrnarse and Mule Shoes, Wood
FIFT EEN DAYS' T RIA L ""d in""e Coop*s tosI", Mirs
Poit py an agentS E5r $,but send for crc .-in arh
rug a Wnn n Eleh.eIdSL. P lrice m ade on application.