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THE MANNING TIMES.
Published Ecery Wednesday.
S. A. N.TTLES,
M. CL!NTON GALLUCHAT,
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cation of a personal character will be pub
lished except - an advertisement.
For firther formation address
S. A. NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
Wednesday, Januar 22, 1890.
We Nblish aIl Nblic Mvdisoemmta
The MANING TnEs publishes each and
every public advertisement of Clarendon
cou'ntv. All these advertisements, except
sherifs .sales, are pnblished in full and di
reet from tLe oxliees. ' The sheriffs sales
w;ilI be uliished sntliciently full for our
readers to be kept pos.ted. Our readers may
rest satisn(ed that the Tu:xs will get there ev
Your Name in Iriml.
--Mr. R. M. Thompson, of Salem, is in
--.!r. Eugene Ingram, of Samter, was in
town last week.
-Mr. Willie McKagen, of Samter, spent
ma in town.
liss Elise Epps, of Kingstree, is visit
atives in town.
-Jlettie Seott has taken charge of a
he For' Section.
am Connor, telegraph operator at
pent Sunday at home.
Connor has been confined to
everal days with fever, the re
Twitty left for her home in
Fr*Iay. She was accompa
tie'd? Dingle, who was so
b ow last week, is much
11 co2-nned to her bed.
radhamn has gone to Flor
Mnetng of the organizers
iance, so as to get the se
.Aose is on a viit to Bish
father, Mr. Alirei Scar
. - , .nc not expeeled
to re7.Ver .1 . .borough is ninety years
--v.T. J. lo *ke has accepted a call to
t-m Crchmehs in lgield consty- Ifi li-ft
this ornin;;. Mr. Rooke has very accept
ably filled the Baptist pulpit in this place
anI at Foreston. and all, irrespective of ae
nominaticns, regret his departure.
Big auction of mules in town next
Court will be held in Clarendon
county this year Feb. 24th, June 2d,
and Oct. 13th.
Don't forget about the sale of town
lots at Pinewood and Remnini next
week. Read advertisement on this
The coroner's office is getting to be
a fat position--one of the best paying
Faflices in the county, for the amount
of work done
LThe seals for the sub-alliances have
rbeen re-ceived, and can be obtained
from Capt. D). J. Bradham. The de
sign is very pretty.
The railroad schedules published in
the Tnnxs are correct to date, and may
be relied on. They are very complete,
giving all connections.
To arrive to-night, twenty-four big
gentle Texas horses, and we want to
sell at once. Get our prices.
TaoMAs & BaRAM
The Alliance is doing good. Alli
ance men of this county are able this
year to get all the money they want,
and at a less rate of interest than
Just received, a lot of choice family flour,
at IH. A. L~owry's cash store.
Guardians, executors, and adminis
trators are reminded that annual re
turns are required of them, by law,
during the months of January and
February in each year.
Highest New York prices paid for all
kinds of fars and hides (otter, fox, coon,
mink) at M. Kalisky's.
Mr. 0. K. Burton, of this place,
gave us last week the largest "collard"
we ever saw. The stalk was more
than two inches in diameter, and the
collard measured fifty-two inches
across. It was about twelve fe' t in
Bran, bran, bran, at H. A. Lowry's, ad
sold at bottom figures.
Manning Sub-Alliance will meet
'ext Saturday afternoon at hail past
two o'clock, instead of Friday morn
ing. Mr. T. J. M. Davis requests us
to make the above notice, and to state
that there will be important business
before the Alliance.
Golden Machine Oil for Gins and Mills
best quality, lowest price, for sale at Din,
kins & Co.'s drug store.
Sumter has recently had twvo busi
ness embarrassments: Mr. A. A.
Solomons has, so we are told, effected
a compromise with his creditors for
forty cents on the dollar, and Mr. J.
A. Schtwerin is trying to make some
terms with his creditors.
Choice candies, large and delicious Flor
ida oranges, the best and finest cakes and
crackers, and all such nice things at H. A.
A home building and loan associa
tion is under consideration, and will
probably be organized this evening.
Manning and the entire county will
be vastly benefitted by such an en
terprise. It will assist any one in
~w'ing a home by paying for a few
years just about what his rent would
be. Few enterprises benefit a. town
more than a building and loan associ
Twenty-four large gentle Texas horses, to
arrive to-night at 'Thomas & Bradham's liv
ery and sale stabnes.
Coroner Jas. Rowe got together
four white men and eight colored
men last week, and held an inquest
over the skeleton found in Santee
swamp. No testimony was taken.
Only a part of the skeleton was found.
The jury did not decide whether it
was a man or a woman, or white or
colored. They supposed it might
possibly be the skeleton of the negro
who was washed off the Eutawville
trestle, and whose body was never
Texas mules in town next Saturday.
A second hand press-hugging a
McCafferty will be in town next
The Institute has had a large bell
placed in the tower.
The only thing that beats a good
wife is a bad husband.
The Town Council is having the
bridges over the drains repaired.
This is election year, and in a short
time the political pot will begin to
The first shad of the season were
on the market last week. They are
small and high.
The farmers in several counties have
organized Alliance Banks. The Alli
ance means business.
The'county commissioners met last
Thursday and Friday and paid out
several thousand dollars.
The Manning Guards had a fine
drill last Monday night. A large num
ber attended the meeting.
The barn of Mr. Wilkinson Griffin,
of Santee, was burned last TLursday
night. He lost everythiag in it.
Don't forget to attend the wonder
ful sale of Texas mules next Saturday.
See advertisement en this page.
Mr. John Dyson, aged about forty
years, died yesterday. He was sick
only a short time, a severe cold being
the cause of his death.
Who will be next Governor of South
Carolina? Let the people begin to
think about it now, and make their
own selection, based on merit.
To arrive to-night, twenty-four big
gentle Texas horses, and we want to
sell at once. Get our prices.
THoms & B.Du.a.
Mr. 1. Levi has a large capital in
vested in merchandise, and it is to his
interest to turn this merchandise into
money. Heo...s offering his goods at
very low prices.
The $1,000 gold prize for the best
acre of corn raised in the United
States has been paid to Mr. Drake, of
Marlboro county. He raised 255 bush
els, at a cost of $264.42.
Our readers in the western part of
the county will please bear in mind
that Rutledge & Tindal, ol Summer
ton, have a large and complete stock
of furniture. See them and get
The Confederate Pension Board
miet last Monday. All who received
pensions last year were recommended
to be continued on the list, and an
oth.er widow from Salem was added
to the list.
Coroner Rowe held an inquest over
the body of Joe Thompson's little
boy, who was killed on Mr. C. M1. Da
vis' train last week. The jury exon
erated the engineer of the traim en
gine from all blame.
All kinds of Garden Seed for sale in For
eston at Dr. Nettles's Drug Store.
The Tma- office is prepared to do
all kinds of printing, at lowest prices.
We have some beautiful wedding in
vitations on hand, and a lot of beauti
ful new type that cost us more than a
dollar a pound. We want to puint
Buy your Garden Seed from Dr. Nettles,
Foreston Drug Store.
A little son of Mr. W. N. Cobia, of.
Santee, about five years old, while
carrying an ax last Friday fell down,
and the ax fell on his hand almost
severing three of his tingers. Mr.
Cobia tied up the hand, and the little
fellow is doing wvell.
M. Kalisky has on hand a large supply of
potatoes. Get your seed potatoes from him.
To cure a baby's colic, hold it by
the feet with the head down, for a'
few seconds; repeat this if it still'
cries. This is an old Irish remedy,
which is really quite scientific, as it
removes the constriction, which is'
probably the cause of colic.
Just ieceivedi, red and white onion sets at
Dinkins & Co.'s drug store.
The Wilson and Summerton rail
road is hauling fertilizers from Charles
ton to Jordan or to Davis for $2.49
per ton; and to Summerton or to Cos
kreys for $2.50 per ton. From Wil
mington to any point on the W. & S.
R. R. for only $2.80 per ton.
Twenty-four large gentle Texas horses, to
arrive to-night at Thomas & Bradham's liv
ery and sale stables.
Charleston cannot complain of be
ing boycotted this season. Nearly
everybody in this county has been or
is going down. Crops must have
been good last year, for it seems our
people have money. Our collections
were better the past fall than ever be
blrk Receipts, Notes, and Drafts, in
books 01 50's and 100's, for sale at the Tnmxs
"It is n'o use telling you to look
pleasant," said the photographer to
Ithe pretty y oung lady as he prepared
Ito unmask the camera, "for you can
not look anything else than pleasant."
And this observation so pleased her
that she smiled all over, and the pic
ture was a great success.
Fresh garden seeds, all kinds, for sale at
M. Kalisky's. Also, onion sets.
The Bank of Manning is of very
great good to Clarendon. It lends
mony at 10 per cent. per annum,
an ie n the county the normal
value of money. The bank has al
ready loaned out nearly all the money
it can spare. Its stock is held consid
erably above par, and is not for sale.
Onion sets at Dinkins & Co.'s drug store.
Everybody knows McCafferty, and
everybody who knows him likes him.
He does what he promises to do. He
will be in this place next Saturday
with a carload of young Texas mules,
which he will sell at auction for casb
'to the highest bidder. They will,
Iwe presume, be sold for a song.
Whether you want to buy, or only to
see a big drove of Texas mules, be
sure to come to town next Saturday.
We have just received, direct from the
manufacturers in payment of advertising
bills three SEWIN~G MACHINES. We wish
the money for them, and offer themi at very
low figures. First come, first served. Call
at the Tnxxs offiCe.
Rev. Dr. Law preached a forcible
sermon -in the Presbyterian church
last Sunday. After the sermon the
Bible Society met, heard the report of
the treasurer, and elected officers.
Rev. Jas. McDowell was elected pres
ident, Rev. R. W. Barber, vice-presi
dent; B. P. Barron, secretary; and E.
E. Dickson, treasurer. These offieers
together with J. W. McLeod, S. A.
Nettles, Dr. S. C.- C. Richardson, and
Jas. E. Davis constitute the executive
committee of the society. A collec
tion was taken, and a very fair sum
Gov. Bicltardson Not to Blame.
Some complaints have been made agains
Governor Richardson as to his course con
cerning the Barnwell lynching. They ar
unjust to our way of thinking. The dut3
of the Governor in such emergencies h
plainly set forth in the statutes. He ha,
met all requirements we believo, and ther(
is nothing more for him to do. He is nol
expected to act as a detective, and it is nc
part of his duty to hunt up offenders him
self and arrest them. He has no power tc
turn the Barnwell sheriff out of office a!
suggested. The only method of reachini
that officer for neglect of duty is through thi
The people are perfectly satisfied, w, han
no doubt, with the course of Governor 1ich.
The Siow in the West.
Cacco, Jan 20.-The snow blockade it
the West and Northwest is almost unprece
dented. Travel is entirely interrupted or
the western divisions of the Central ani
Northern Pacific, and every through wire or
those routes is down.
A gentleman tells us that :ne part of alun
to nine parts of salt will save sour pork. 11<
uses one and one-half pounds of alum t<
100 pounds of pork, dissolving the alun
and pouring it on the meat as it is beini
packed. After packing, pour on enougl
brine to cover it. He claims that this pro
cess will draw the sourness out and save th
like success is a truism,
but is exemplified
in the case of
the youngest and most successful
His success is phenomenal,
but he sells cheap,
after the interests
of his customers,
when he gets a inew customer
is sure to keep him.
when in Sumter
to call at the large store
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Leaving out of the calculation, un
seasonable weather, diasters and othei
matters beyond human control, it i:
safe to say that anything which ha4
real merit; for which thefe is a need
or want; or for which a want can be
created; and which sells at a reasona.
ble price, can be profitably advertise(.
in the newspapers.
A White Convict Shot Dead.
CoLUrAsm, Jan. 18.--Two white conviet
at work on the Columbia canal, 1ichard
Gardiner, convicted of stealing horses in
two cases at the March term, 1880, for Lan
caster county, and sentenced to ten year.,
imprisonment, and William S. Jackson, con
victed of riot and assault, etc., in two cases
at the September term. 1859, for Chester.
field county, and sentenced to eight years
imprisonment, attempted to escape this
morning at about half-past 8 o'olock. They
were working just above the check dam,
near the track of the Columbia and Green.
ville Railroad, about a mile above Elmwood]
avenue, when they suddenly threw down
their tools and started up the railroad bank~
towards the woods on the other side. They
were compelled to pass between two of the
guards, who comnmenced firing on them as
soon as possible. Gardiner was shot down
and instantly killed, about seventy-five
yards from where he started, and Jackson
was evidently hit by<>ne of the shots, aste
fell and scrambled along for some distance
on his hands and knees, but succeeded in
regaining his feet and getting away. The
guards are still pursuing him.
Gardiner was convicted of stealing horses
in Lancaster county and selling them in
New Brookland, just across the river fromr
Columbia. He was a desperate fellow, and
had made several plans to escape. On lasi
Thursday Capt. Sligh, who is in charge oi
the work, was informed ny a convict thai
Gardiner and three others, two white and
one colored, had made up their minds tc
run past the guards, whereupon he called
him up, told him that he knew of the plot,
and cautioned him not to attempt it, as the
guards had been notified to keep a sharl:
lookout for him and would certainly kill
him. He denied it bitterly, but the sequel
to-day proves his insincerity. Both Gardi
ner and Jackson were shackled, but had
broken the chain before they started.
The coroner's jury returned a verdict that
the convict had come to his death from
wounds inflicted by a guard in the discharge
of his duty. The one who escaped has not
yet been recaptured. Gardiner was shot by
James M. Branham.
Negro Exodus from North Carolina,
RALEIGH, N. C., Jan. 19.-The priucipa:
labor agezit at work in this State says thai
since the first of last September he has re
moved from North Carolina 10,000 negroes.
These were nearly all from counties in the
2d congressional district. Enough negroes
have left that district to make it doubtful,
It has usually had two negro candidates foi
Congress. An agent said that 35,000 was
very reasonable estimate of the number o:
negroes who have left North Carolina in the
past thirteen months. Most have gone tc
Mississippi and Arkansas. Now the biy
movement will be to Louisiana.
The Star of Bethlehem.
To persons who put faith in predictions
of coming miracles, the following dispatcla
from Vienna may be of interest: Within
short time the Star of Bethlehemn will be
visible, making its seventh appearance since
the birth of Christ. It comes once in 215
years, and is of wondrous brilliance for the
space of three weeks. Then it wantcs anC
disappears after seventeen months. It wil:
be a sixth star added to the five fixed starn
in the constellation of Cassiopeia, while i
remains in sight.
$85,000 Revenue for the State.
CowrmLIA, Jan. 20..-During the thre<
months ending Nov. 30, 1889, there was re.
moved from the navigable streams of th<
State phosphate rock as follows:
September, 15,489.60 tons; October, 23,
878.34 tons; November, 20,092.41 tons; to
tal for quarter, 59,400.35 tons.
In the first month, December of the nex
quarter, there was removed 25,627.7G; ton:
of phosphate rock, which, added to the pre
ceding, makes 85,088.11 tons for the fou:
months just past. The royalty on this roe]
is S1 per ton.
Fresh lot of Garden Seed, all ninds, jus
received at Dr. Nettles's Drug Store, at f'or
Reunion Co. H., 26 S. C. V.
Company H., 26 S. C. V., met at Beulah
church on January the 10th, 1890. There
were present 22 members, as follows: N. B.
Barrow, C. L. Barrow, J. W. Barrow, M. E.
B. Baker, S. L. Floyd, F. H. D. Evans, S.
E. B. Hickson, V. W. Hickman, E. lt. Good
man, E. Roberson, J. Roberson, 1sobt. Con
yers, J. F. Green, W. L. Green, W. J. Turn
stall, J. W. Gibbs, John Welch, J. M. Du-!
Bose, W. H. DuBose, J. V. Hicks, W. H.
Floyd, W. D. McKenzie. It was an informal
meeting, and its purpose was to affect a per
manent organization. The following ofticers
were elected for the present year: N. B.
Barrow, president; W. D. McKenzie, vice
president; J. W. Hicks, secretary; E. R.
This company was mainly made up in the
Salem part of Claiendon county, with H.
S. Dickson, captain, and was assigned to the
20th lRegiment S. C. V. One hundred and
twenty-seven men were mustered in service
in 18G2. They lost more than half in battle
and died. The company will meetagain at
Beulah church in Florence county the first
Saturday in August next, and have a picnic
and address. JAMES IV. HIcKs,
*VE POINT WITH PRIDE"
To the "good name at home," won by Hood's
Sarsaparilla. In Lowell, Mass., where it is
prepared, there is more of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla sold than of all other medicines, and it
has given the best of satisfaction since its in
troduction ten year.; ago. This could not be
if the medicine did not possess merit. If
you suffer from im pre blood, try it and re.
alize its peculiar curative powers.
Another Tra-gedy in Barnwell.
BLAILLv.IE, S. C., Jan. 18.-A horrible
accident occurred :! Barnwell this afternoon
at 3 o'chck. The boiler of V. J. Wood
ward's saw mill burst, killing instantly a
colored boy named Stark Furman and se
vturely injuring Mr. James Alford and slight
lv hurting Felix Fnrman. The mill was a
complece wreck. The boiler was torn into
small fragments. and the pieces were scatter-!
ed from two to three hundred yards from the
mill, scaling pine trees as high up as fifty
fe-et. Stark, who was killed, was blown
about one hundred feet, and pieces of his
gr.rments were lodged in the tops of trees.
The fireman let some water out of the tank,
and told his son to turn the cock at the
boiler, allowing the cold water to rush in,
thus causing the explosion.
Pimples. blotches. sealy skin, ugly spots,
sores and ulcers, abscesses and tumors, un
healthy discharges, such as catarrh, eczema,
ringworm, and other forms of skin diseases,
are symaptoms of blood impurity. Take Dr.
J. II. McLean's Sarsaparilla.
No neca to take those big catLartie pills;
one of Dr. J. M IcLean's liver and kidney
pillets is quife suflicient and more agreeable.
Faults of digestion cause disorders of the
liver and the whole system becon<s derang
ld. Dr. J 11. IMcLean's Sarsaparilla perfects
the process of digestion and assimilation,
and thus iumakes pure blood.
Even the most vigorous and hearty p~eople
have at tins a feeling of weariness and las
situde. o dispel this feeling take Dr. J. H.
McLecan's Sarsapariia; it will imi:art vigor
Tlhc most delicate constitution can safely
use Dr. J. H. McLean's tar wine lung bal
saim. It i:; a sure remedy conghs, loss
of voice, and all throat and lung troubles.
A Card of Explanation.
BIsaROPvLLE, S. C., Jan. 14, 1890.
Eldor of 31ameng 7Tmes:-Dear Sir: In
justice to me, I wish you to state in your
paper that the man engaged in the disgrace
ful Xmas ro'w with Coleman was not Jas. H.
Scarborough, of Bishopville, but Jarvis
Harrngton Scarbororgh, of Maunville. By
so doing you will counteract the effects of a
put up job that was likely to do me much
injury abroad, and place me under niany
obligations to you. Recspectfully,
Jois. II. Scannonouoir.
The favorable inmpression produced on
the first appearance of the agreeable liquid
fruit remedly Syrup of Figs a few years ago
has been more than confirmed by the pleas
ant experience of all who have used it, and
the success of the proprietors and manufac
turers the California Fig Syrup Company.
To The Farmers.
I am prepared to sell at as
low figures for the cash as
any one, and my past record
.is what I stand on. I hav'e
been engaged in business in
Sumter for two years, and
during that time I have done
all in my power to keep the
prices of goods at the lowest
figre s, and my many cus
tomers will, I feel confident,
bear testimony to the fact,
that they have got best
'goods and lowest prices from
The New Year is here, and
I wish not only to retain ev
ery old customer, but to add
a large number of new ones
this year. All I ask is a
trial. I get the lowest whole
sale figures when I buy, and
I can thus give lowest prices.
I ask every farmer who vis
its Sumter to be sure to call
to see mec. It will be to his
interest to do so.
And not only the farmers
but everybody. I cannot be
Yours very truly,
Sumter, Jan. 14th.
Commen dable Behavior of Wofl'ord St
SF'AunasaIno, Jan. 19.-The Wofford boys
rturned from~ their conquest over the Fur
ma ootbl players yesterday afternoon.
It wasi an easy victory for them, the score
to to one. When it comes to skilful play,
hard, continuous study and good behavior,
the Wolford students march at the head of
the procession. Their manly, genteel be
havior was finely illustrated a few wmeks
ago. On their way from the churLaeis one
S'unday night several groups of them were
stoned by some of the rough, rude, lawless
biovs of the town. Instead of resenting thel
indignity and marching out in force and
getting up a first-class street row, they re..
poted the case to the authorities, thereby
declaring that they did not wish to dirty
their hands with a gang of street roughs.
Thie w;isdom of their plan is fully demon
strated by the fact that the students now
walk the streets, day or night, without mo
Us.e Brown's Iron Bitters.
Physicians recommend tt.
-All dealers keep it. $l100 per bottle. Genuine
., ta-mak unAt r~ rmedlia ne on wrapper.
J. D. RUTLEDGE. ET INDAL
DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS OF
ST..TMMoRTQN, S r. b
Keep in stock a full line of bedsteads, chairs. tables, sofas, wardrobes, bureaus, bed
oom sets, cradles, cribs, mattresses, bed springs. coffins, caskets, etc., etc. Our stock of
COFFINS AND CASKETS
is equal to any kept in this or Sumter counties, and we will fill orders at any hour day or night.
Mr. H1. R. Meldau, well known in this county as a skillful and experienced mechanic, will give
personal attention to repairing of any and all kinds of furniture, or will manufacture any kind of
furniture at shortest notice. Our prices are as low as the lowest, and all we ask to effect a sale
is an inspection of our goods.
BIG IRGAINS .
H. T. A VANTS
CHEAPEST STORE IN SUMMERTON.
When old high prices had his fingers in your eyes I came and pulled them out. Now keep
them out by trading with me. I always have on hand a big stock of
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR COTTON.
H. T. AVANT, Summerton, S. C.
H, fl W1NDHA 1 GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL,
U1s18COLUMBIA, S. C.
Cabinet Work and Upholstering, a D U ERUg*" Reorganized under new man.
Moughly renovated: new carpets, new furni
S. C- ture. Making one of the most elegant and
I have charge of 1 evi's furniture store, FUTNITUME DEALER complete hotels in the city. Rooms en sui
and will sell any and every kind o~f or single. Cnisine unexceptionable. Mels
tor. New bath rooms. New sample room.
FUTyR-I+T'UILT-Em:L -AND - Exact business center of city.
at 'lowest pries. i .V AEIH RE.
MVanufacturing and repairing of ftrni ure
and upholstering attended to promptly. Late of Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. 0.
We have a very large stock of coffins, of U n e[t e
atll sizes, styles, and prices.II AT NIC O ST LK
.i szeld Furniture Made Good as New.
J. G. DINKINS, M%. D. R. B. LORYEA. Norheaster Railroad.
N A IIO Claren d~~~~on county to th "act that he has nowCHnzsoxS.CJ.1,180
flin stock and. constantly arriving direct from On and after this date the following pea
. A. Di nknq &1 Col the leading, factoriesqfln thelrgest and most se-nger schedule will be in effect:
Druggists and Pharmacists, F R I U E *vh 3a 4p 5p
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,' tc t rusLg.'ig anig,*.
PERFUMERY, STATIONERY,Fac ii WXipctsri~3cLv qom13m
FINE CIGARS AND A~lt 0a 18m13a 4a
TOBACCO.CHITA PESNS DaltalyecpSndy
Full stock of P~Ar;s, OILs, GLAss 1o' u eoeyusehsgosadJntoLns n igte.N 8so
ARNISHES and W\HITE LEAD, also ~G~l aeul itd akd n tMnk onr tSehnLns
PAIT and WHITeedatSuteASHpt insteeUadHakESt.
An elegant stock of
SPECA CLES and EYE GL ASSES.Ismfc -xgi.ne1 oha osye *n ewe lrneadCals
No charge made for fitting the eye. O~ re ?~'O5 we lrneadCalso nsga
Physicians Prescripi ions carefully exptSles
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J. 0. Dialkins & Co., - Getier
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dwellingoaand nnecRsperyin Rifies.iSgst
It Builds Up Old People.
My mother, who is a very old lady, was
physically broken down. The use of Swift's
Specific (S. S. S.) has entirely restored her
to health. R. B. DILwonTH,
Greenville, S. C.
Not a Symptom il Three Years.
Several years ago I had an att.iek of piles
and fistula from which I suffered great pain
for upwards of a year. I tried a number of
remedies but none of them did me the least
good. I was bceoming desperate on account
of so much suffering, and at length went to
the drug store of Dr. J. C. Franklin, in this
city, where I purchased a bottle of S. S. S.
I took it according to directions and took
nothing else. After taking sii bottles Iwas
entirely cured. That was three years ago,
and I have not Lad any symptoms of piles
or fistula since. T. E. MURP'HY,
One Bottle Cured Him.
During the fall of 1888 I was troubled with
boils breaking out all over my body, which
was caused from impure blood. One bottle
cured me entirely. As a blood purifier S.
S. S. is the best medicine I ever used.
J. H. MAOAN, JR.,
Glasgow Junction, Ky.
Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases
mailed free. TiE SwirrT SrECIFIc Co.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. Julii, A. Schwerin has closed for ten
days in order to have a meeting of his cred
Mr. James H. Secaborough and MissFlor
ence Durant, of Bishopville, were married
The name of the post office formerly call
ed Privateer. has been changed to Tindal.
Address mail matter accordingly.
A meeting is called of the stockholders of
the Bank , I Sumter for February 12, to take
in conside:.tion th question of increasing
the capital of the bank.
There have been no new developments in
the Daisy Roblinson mystery. The miracu
lous movements of furniture, etc., continue,
without any rational explanation having
Mrs. E. A. Crosswell, relict of the late W.
J. Crosswell, of Cain. Savannah, died at the
home of her son-in-law, Mr. R. B. McKay,
Columbia, S. C., on January 2d, after a pro
tracted illness, aged 74 years.
, I -4-0 +.
A LOVELY COMPLEXION
Is something desired by every lady if the
land. The easiest way to get that beautiful
color to the skin is to first make the blood
pure. The impurities must be removed by
the administration of some remedial agent
which contains the most thorough alterative
properties combined with those ingredients
which tend not only to remove impurities of
the blood. but also build up and invigorate
the systen. Srch a remedy is Dr. West
moreland's Calisava Tonie, which not only
thoroughly clec.nses the blool, but also in
vigorates the system and leaves the patient
in a thoroughly improved and healthy con
dition. The price is within the reach of
all. 50 etnts and SI a bottle. For sale by
Dr. L. W. Nettles, Foreston, S. C., and J.
G. Dinkins & Co., '.lanning, '. C.
January 22, 1890.
CoRnECTED BY M. LEvI.
Cotton, Middling ..................
Bacon, Dry Salt Sides,.. .. .. ....
and wholeoens. More econoia hn th d
nary kinds, and cannot .>o sold in competition with the
10ial mnlh cans. TOAL BA no POWE
I will sell at auction, to the highest bid
der, for cash, a car load of
Fine F'arm Mules,
two and three years old, and all guaranteed
to be sound. I have a large stock on hand,
and must close out. Thcse mules will be
Maing, Saturday, Jan. 25,
No matter how the weather is, the sale will
postivly be made, and the mules will be
sold for the highest price bid, be it much or
These Mules Must be Sold,
Let everybody who wants to buy a good
young niule at bottom figures attend this
AR~E YOU READY?
There will be some fine opportunities of
fered for the purchase of desirable homnes
cheap at the great sale of RAILROAD
LOTS to come off' at
Pinewood and Remini,
(known as Richardson's,) on thme MAN
CHESTER & AUGUSTA RAILROAD, on
the following Januryes: .90
PINE WOOD. Tuesday,Jaur28190
REMINI, Wednesday, January 29, 1890.
These towns are situated in Clarendon
county, on the above line of Railroad, in
South Carolina, the one 15 miles, and the!
other 21 miles from Sumter. The sur
rounding country is very fertile and is in
the neighborhood of the far-famned Santee
River. It abounds in the finest of
Virgin Pine Timber,
ash, and other wood, and is adapted to cot
ton, corn, peas, potatoes, and other cropgs,
the soil being of pristine richnesi;. Time
location of these towns is dry amnd healthy,
and the climate is very beni:.nant. Rtememu
ber the days and dates, and be sure that
these lots are going cheap, on easy terms.
You should come and see these towns wheth
er you buy a lot or not.
TErMs:-Cash, or if desired, one-half
cash, and balance on 12 months time at 8
per cent. interest, with note.
J. B. EDGERTON, Agent.
MONEY TO LEND.
T HE ATLANTA TRUST AND BANKING.
Cmany- will make loans on improved
farms on easy terms. For particulars ap
p to LOUIS APPELT.