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r ni -Iing, S. C.
S. A. NETTLES, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, March 26,1890.
OUR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL
Some people seem to think, or re
ally to desire, that all ends and pur
poses must bend to their own indvid
ual interests. If the governor of the
State is to be selected, it is not wit)
them the man who will best serve the
people, but the man from whom Icai
get the most public pap. And sc
would some people wish to direct oa
municipal affairs. With them it it
not who are the best men to put 0
the town council, but who can we pul
on that will elect me or my frieni
clerk or policeman. The question fo3
the people of this town to decide i:
who are the best men, the men wh<
will take most interest in. the welfar(
of the town, the men who have opin
ions and convictions of their own, and(
who can and will dare to do right
"even though the heavens fall"
We made a canvass this morning
of as many of the citizens of the towr
as we could fnd, as to their first and
second choice for Intendant of the
town. We interviewed forty-eight
citizens and without any effort what
ever to inluence their vote, not even
letting them know how others had
voted, and assuring them that the
vote would be kept secret, we obtain
ed the following as the result of th
-IMST CHOICE. SECOND CHOICE.
J. F. Rhame 25 15
W. K. Bell 1 1
D. M. Bradham 4 9
M. Levi -3
R A. Walker 2
B.. A. Johnson 1
W. E Brown 2 3
P. R Thames 3 2
SA. Nettles a 4
J. S.Wilson 3 1
A. Levi 3 2
W. S. Pack 2
& A. Rigby 2
-L Loyns 1
. Kalisky 1
. H. Lesesne 1
RPBarron - 1
E. .Horton 1
It is due Mr. W. K. Bell to state
that he has positively refused to be a
candidate again for Intendant, having
served in this capacity a number of
terms. This accounts for the small
new of bis vote.
The above vote is, we think, a fair
indlex of opinion of the citizens of our
The farmers' convention meets in
Columbia to-morrow. We will see
'what we will see.
~i cess of Wales was offered
recently $5,O 'barr-American mag.
azine for one hundred words.
The sheriffs office, of New York,
> has been presented by the grand jury
as a mass of corruption and as a dis
'grace to civilization.
S -The S. & U. railroad bridge over
Broad river was blown away last Sat
nrday, five minutes after a passenger
tramn had passed over it.
Col Jas. A. Hoyt, editor of the Cot
- ton Pant~ and the Baptise Courier, has
been ma Chairman of the State
Democratic Executive Committee in
phiss of Gen. Iziar, who resigned a
A flatterer is said fto be a beast who
tWeth smiling. But it is hard to know
S em from friends, they are so obse
~,quious and full of protestation; for as
a wolf resembles a dog, so doth a
fatterer a friend.
The largest tree in the world is re
-''--ported to have been recently found in
California, measuring 176 feet in cir
cnmference at a distance of six feet
from the ground. This would give a
Ediameter of about 60 feet at that
A Brahmin is said to have written
to a missionary: "We are finding
you out. You are not as good as
your book. If your people were on
ly aa good as your book, you would
conquer Indlia for Christ. in five
At the sale of the late Abraham
Hayward's famous collection of auto
graphs, etc., in London on Friday
last,the original draft, with autograph.
-ic corrections, of Gen. Lee's last ad
dress to the Confederate army, was
-.Joced down for $65.
D)om Pedro, Ex-Emperor of Brazil,
has been followed constantly by ill
luck. The other day he got into a
carriage at Nice, whereupon the horse
nearly upset the vehicle and its con
-tents. Dom Pedro, however, managed
to escape being thrown to the ground.
Rev. George Gray, of Chicago,
charges that a certain Chicago editor
has been sending rifles to the negroes
in the South. He claims that he is
--not trying to create sectional strife or
akigto get up a sensation, but says
that he bases his assertions upon reli
Leaving out of the calculation, un
seasonable weather, disasters and oth
or matters beyond human control, it is
safe to say that anything which has
real merit; for which there is a need,
or want; or for which a want can be
Icreated; and which sells at a reasona
ble price, can be profitably advertised
in the newspapers.
The News and Courier has had a
postal card vote for governor, through.
.u-IState, and the result was an
Inounced yesterday. One thousand
postal cards were sent out. The votes
were scattered, fifty-six persons hav
- inbeen voted for. Of these 3. C.
Shepadleads with 90 for first
choice, and 68 for second choice, 158
in all; B. R. Tillman, next, with 64for
first choice and 27 for second; then
Johnson Hagood with 58 for first
choice and 43 for second choice. 0f
the others J. H. Earle received 38
votes in all; Gov. J. P. Richardson 13
in all; and E. T. Stackhouse14 in al.
The vote was small and badly scatter
ed, but mnaybeso it shows the way the
* poitial1 winr1 in blowing.
3MS. S. A. NErLES.
A NIcE PIECE of work to have on
hand to put a few stitches into when
we have a few moments of spare time
is the following: Take of linen, pique,
or even a fine quality of unbleached
sheeting, and cut into squares of nine
or twelve inches, to be used when
done for quilts or bed-spreads. Work
figures in outline stitch on each square
with red French embroidery cotton;
hem the squares and sew together
with an insertion of red. and white
torchon lace or seam the squares to
gether, covering the seam with fancy
stitching done with red cotton. If
white linen or pique is used, work the
figures in solid embroidery with white
linen floss or working cotton. Put
the squares together with crocheted or
knitted insertion. Line with bright
colored silesia, and you have a spread
of both beauty and durability.
AIRING RooMs.-It is a great mis
take that the whole house, particular
I ly the sleeping rooms and the dining
room, receives little ventilation and
purifying of the air, when it can be
done with so little trouble and no ex
pense. A pitcher of cold water placed
on a table or a bureau will absorb all
the gases with which a room is filled
from the respiration of those eating or
sleeping in the apartment. Very few
realize how important such purifica
tion is for the health of the family, or,
indeed, understand or realize that
there can be any impurity in the
rooms, yet in a few hours a pitcher of
cold water-the colder the better and
more effective-will make the air of
the room pure, but the water will be
entirely unfit for use. In bed rooms
a bucket or pitcher of water should
always be kept and changed often if
any one stays in the room during the
day, and certainly be put in fresh
when the inmates retire. One should
never drink such water; if it is needed
for drink, use a closely covered vessel.
Impure water causes more sickness
than even impure air, and for that
reason, before using water from a
pump or reservoir for drinking or
cooking, one should pump or draw
out enough to clear the pipes before
using it, particularly in the morning,
after the water has been standing in
the pipes all night.
HOUSExEE.PmN r-s A SMALL WAY.
When funds are plentifql it is an easy
matter to furnish a house prettily,
comfortably, and luxuriously, even if
we lack the necessary taste; the furni
ture dealer can help us wonderfully, or
a friend can overcome all deficiencies
in that way.
In many cases the lack of the money
causes a young housekeeper much
thought, and many hours are spent in
planning that she might show off her
house to the best advantage. How
singular that most of the gifts we
have treasured for use when the event
ful time of having a home of our own
should arrive, are in most cases for
sitting or bed rooms. After these
rooms ar^ furnished we seemingly
have nothing left for the dining room,
so it seemed to me, and I will give my
My drawing room beipg small, I
dispensed with the border of my car
pet for that room, and with this bor
der and a few er~~j arpgenade a
very ~enillrug for my dining
'rodiileaving a margin of eighteen
inches which I painted cherry.
Having some chairs not quite new,
I also painted them the same color,
for one can do wonders with a small,
quantity of paint. My table was square,
padded, and corresponded in color
with my chairs and floor. 'With a few
well-chosen pictures on the walls, fan
cy curtains to the four windows, and
some blooming plants, my dining room
looked quite cozy and home-like. Of
course, a floor not entirely carpeted
will require wiping with a damp cloth
every morning, but what energetic
housekeeper minds a little thing like
Not long since, I visited a friend,
who, owing to reduced circumstances,
was keeping house in two rooms. I
hope few who read this are contem
plating housekeeping on so small a
scale, for butf/ew, I fear, would prove
as well satisfied, happy, and withal so
good a housekeeper as my friend.
I laid my wrappings aside in the
bed room, which was neat and prettily
furnished. My friend then led me
into, as I supposed, hei sitting or liv
ing room, but which proved to be the
The floor was covered with matting,
and besides the usual table and chairs
was a large Japanese screen which
hid the stove entirely from view. The
one window was shaded by pretty
curtains, a small stand, on which stood
a few choice plants, a brass cage in
which birdie was merrily singing, a
light, ornamental rocker, and some
few pictures and other small decora
tions finished this cheerful and pleas.
unt little room.
Adjoining this room was a moderate
sized pantry where everything in the
way of cooking utensils was kept. It
seemed strange that any one could
keep house so nicely with so little
space, but system was displayed in
every particular, and perhaps I was
not wrong in thinking my friend "one
woman in a thousand ."--Artur's
Cani Scirrhuas Cancer be Cured.
This is a hard question to answer. Swift's
Specific has cured thousands of cases of
skin cancer, and there have been many
cases of seirrhus cancer reported cured by it.
We do say that S. S. S. is worth a trial in
any case of cancer. We append a state
mient from Miss Green, of Tallapoosa, Ga.:
In 1884 1had a small lump in my left
breast, which proved to be a cancer. The
first remedy I tried was to have it burned
off. This did not cure it, for shortly after
wards it broke out again in a much worse
form. 1 then consulted our druggist, who
advised me to try Swift's Specific (S. S. S.),
land after taking about one dozen bottles,
was completely cured, and my general
health was greatly improved. This has
been over six years ago, and my cancer has
never appeared since, nor has it troubled
me in any way. I can cheerfully recom
mend Swijft's Specific (8. S. S.) to anyone
suffering with cancer.
Miss T .GEN
.We will mail our Treatise on the Blood to
any who send us their address.
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
IF YoUR RACK ACH ES
or you are an worn out, really good for nothing
BRW'S RON BIT TERS.
I twieou~agive a good apptite. sold
[W'daafn anmd hron.]
Capt. A. M. Brailsford, of Fulton, (laren
don county, was in th. city last Thursday,
and boughta fine mare.
Deputy Collector Deas has had Albertus
B. Hayes appointed postmaster at Packs
ville, Clarendon county. Hurrah for Cleve
land and 1892!
The mail for Pinewood now goes from her
to Wedgefield, thence to Fulton by a stai
route, and thence to Pinewood, a circum
bendibus of about 28 miles, which render
a reply within three days an impossibility
Considering the fact that it is only 14 mile
to Pinewood by the M. & A. R. R.. and tha
the mail car coines to Sumter every mornin
by the Wadesboro train, why cannot the au
thorities direct that the service be eontinuei
to IPinewood and Remini, so that peopli
living there may be accommodated? As i
now is the mail car is switched off here ani
remains until evening. A few mi:es mor
would hurt neither mail agent nor car. Th<
people want the service, and the governmen
tun pay for it.
We are reliably informed that about tei
days ago, near Wedgefield, a nameless
crime was perpetrated by a white man upoi
a young white child nine years old. Inw
not discovered for a week, but since thei
the examination by a competent physiciai
of the person of the child goes far to sub
stantiate the charge which she brings agains
the brute in human form. Other circum
stances, unfit for publication, also tend ih
the same direction. The people at Wedge
field are greatly disturbed about the crime
As the matter is now undergoing legal in
vestigation, we refrain from giving th,
names of the parties, at least until sacl
time as the arrest of the guilty man shal
render these precautions unnecessary.
What is a 100 times better than Quinin
and 100 years ahead of doctors in treatinj
Fevers of all kinds? Ans.- Johnson's Chi]
and Fever Tonic. Why? Because one 5
ent bottle is guaranteed to cure.
A Shadowy Record.
What has the Republican party don
since it returned to power? Its most glor
ions achievement has been the expulsion o
some Democratic members of the Houso
from their seats. It has made a Samoar
treaty with Germany and England on th<
lines laid down by a Democratic Secretar3
of State of the preceding administration
It has periodically waved the bloody shirt
It has talked much about the oppression o
the negro in the South, and has oppressed
him in the North. It has thanked God
that it is better than others are, and thal
is all.-Louisvue (burier Jouwi.
Is a peculiar medicine. It is carefuly prepared
from Sarsaparilla, Dandelion, Mandrake, Dock,
Pipsissewa, Juniper Berries, and other well
known and valuable vegetable remedies, by a
peculiar combination, proportion and process,
giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla curative power not
possessed by other medicines. It effects remark
able cures where other preparations fail.
Is the best blood purifier before the public. It
eradicates every Impurity, and cures Scrofula,
Salt Rheum, Boils, Pimples, all Humors, Dys
pepsia, Biliousness, Sick Headache, Indigestion,
General Debility, Catarrh, Rheumatism, Kidney
and Liver Complaints, overcomes that tired feel
ing, creates an appotite,and builds up the system.
Has met pecular and unparalleled success at
home. Such has become its popularityin Lowell,
Mass., where it is made, that whole neighbor
hoods are taking it at the same time. Lowell
druggists sell more of Hood's Sarsaparilla than
of an other sarsaparillas or blood purifiers.
Soldby druggists. 31; slzfors. Preparedonlyby
C. L HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mas.
100 Doses One Dollar
Sale of Personally.
?UE ITAT OF SOUI CARMIA
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
In the Probate Court.
IN RE ESTATE OF JOHN W. WELLS
DECEASED, EX PARTE JOHN O
BROCK, ADMINISTRATOR OF THI
UNDEVISED ESTATE OF SAID JOH3
UJrier for Sale.
T3 VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THI
Probate Court bearing date the twenty
second day of March A. D. 1890., made ir
the above stated matter, the following de
scribed personal property will be sold foi
cash under the direction of this court at th<
late residence of the said John W. WVells ir
this county on THURSDAI, THEl
TENTH DAY OF APRIL, 1@0':
Lot of shop fixtures.
One pair of cotton scales.
One cotton planter.
Four cotton sweeps.
One dozen hoes.
Four plough stocks.
Four pair hames.
One bee Live.
One bledstead and mattresses.
One dining table.
Two rocking chairs.
One scythe and cradle.
One double barrel gun.
Two pair anidirons.
One pair counter seales.
Fifty feet of lumber.
Two hundred and liftc-two bushels of
Fifty bushels of pease.
Six hundred pounds of hay'.
Two thousand pounds of fodder.
Five hundred pounds of shueks.
Seventeen hundred and forty buihels of
One "Boss" cotton press.
Also all such notes, accounts, and securi
ties as have been appraised doubtful.
TrLe sale of the property above described
will commence at eleven o'clock in the fore
noon of the day above mentioned.
In accordane with saidl order,
Three paid up shares of the stock of the~
Bank of Manning,
will b~e sold for cash onL Monday the 14th1
day of April, 1590, between the hours of 11
o'clock a. st. and 2 o'clock P~. sr., in front of
the court house at Manning in soid county.
Upon the failure of any person or persons
complying with his, her, or their bids, the
property so purchased and bid not compli.
ed with will be immediately resold.
Givcn under my hand and seal of office
this twenty-second day of March 1890.
[sEm) LOUIS APPELT,
SJudge of Probate Clarendon Co.
01FFICE COUNTYI COMMISSIONERS,
Manning, S. C., March 18, 1890.
TIlIE SUCCESSFUL BIDDERS FOI
the building of Sammy Swamp bridges
having failed to comply with the require
meats, notice is hereby given that the Coun.
ty Commissioners will meet at Sammy
Swamp bridge on Saturday the 29th day of
March, now, for the purpose of letting out
the said bridges.
.By order of the Board.
P. G. BENBOW,
__________ _____ Clerk.
T HE TIMES OFFICE IS FITTED UP I)
a manner that warrants it in soliciting
your p~atronage for job printing. Send us
y'our orders which shall have priomipt atten
tion. Prices as low as the cities. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Keep us in mind.
Buy your Garden Seed from Dr. Nettle',
Presents in the most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
t condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is themost excellent remedy known to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Bilious or Constipated
PURE BLOOD, REFRESHINC SLEEP,
HEALTH and STRENCTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
lTER1rJP OF03 WE3"G
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
QJiI9VILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N. V.
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
In Court of Common Pleas.
MOSES LEVI, Plaintiff
RACHEL MeDUFFIE, Defendant.
Judgment of Foreclosure aizd Sale.
IN PURSITANCE OF AN ORDER OF
this court in above stated case bearing
date February 27th 1890, I will sell in front
of Clarendon Court House at Manning with
in legal hours of sale on Monday the 7th
day of April next, to the highest bidder for
cash the following property to wit:
"All that piece, parcel, or tractof land, ly
ing, being, and situate in the county of
Clarendon, in the vicinity of the town of
Manning, containing one square acre, and
bounded on the north and east by lands of
Augustus Collins, on the south by lands of
the estate of W. T. Lesesne, and on the
west by lands of James Davis."
Purchaser to pay for papers.
I. H. LESESNE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
March 7, 18W0.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
I COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
In Court of Common Pleas.
AARON WEINBERG, Plaintiff,
SOPH1A McKNIGHT, SUSAN BENNETT,
CHARLOTTE GAMBLE. ELAM Nlc
KNIGHT, AND AARON McKNIGHT,
Judgment for' Foredlosure.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THIS
court in above stated case I will sell in
front of Cliarendon court house at Manning
within lega' hours of sale on Monday the
7th days of April next to the highest bidder
for cash, the following property, to wit:
IAll that lot, piece, parcel or tract of land
1lying, being and situate in the county and
State aforesaid, containing one hundred
~and sventy-seven acres, adjoining lands of
Dr. S. C. C. Richardson and others, as will
more fully appear by reference to a plat of
the same drawn by James D. Mcllwain and
bearing date the 26th day of December,
t870, the same being the tract or parcel of
land conveyed to Frank Mc~night by deed
of W.\ J. Clark, sheriff of said county, on
the second day of November, 1872, which
said deed and the plat above mentioned are
recorded in the office of the register of
mense conveyance for said county, in book
"K, on pag~es 299, 300,and 3(01.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
H. II. LESESNE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
March 7, 1890.
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
Court of Common Pleas.
AARON WEINBERG, Plaintiff,
A. S. BRIGGS, Defendant.
1Judgment for Foredosure.
UNDER~ AND BY VIRTUE OF AN OR
der to me directed in above stated case
I will sell in front of Clarendon court house
in Manning within legal hours on Monday
the 7th day of April next to the highest
bidderfor cash the following property, to
"All that tract or parcel of land lying.
bing, and situate in Chirendon county and
Stat atforesaid, containing one hun' dred and
thirty-four aicres, and bounded as follows, to
w'it: North by land:h: of .1. II. McCollum,
est by lands of Mrs. S. E. B3riggs, south by
1.Ands of S.11. Cole, andI west by lands of
R. IR. Briggs; the sanme bxeing the partL al
lotted to A. S. ]3riggs as his portion ins the
laids of his mother, Mrs. M. S. iUrigge, de
Purchaser to pay for papers.
11. H. LlESE5NF,
ISheriff Clar',ndonl CoXn y.
March 7, ]SIR..
ADDITIONAL. SHERIFP'S SALES.
r HE} SHEIFF L~ VL'ALSO BY ORDER
Iof conirt sell in front of thie -ouirt house
in Ma'nning, Monday, April 7th, the three
follow~ing describedl tracts of' lan :1:
-DiNDEF slORTa..oE '~: A 'n T-sT I~v.sENT
C0('o. agit W. D. M FsI Jrs.---All that tract
of land in Clare'ndon county, containing
eiht hundred aind fifty acr's, and bounded
on the north hy other lands of the eranitor'
(W. D. McFaddin ). on the- sonth hy londs of
Join H. JIohnson, on the tast by lands of'
Robert Thigpen anid J. E. Th'ligpen, andl on
the- wnest by the first run at IDouglas Swatuup.
WAr.i.ur .IA t q;,d. Ri Fis D1) N
A) JEF~i:sos SIIAxxOX.- All that tract of
land in Clarendon county, containing two
hundred and sixty-Iive aicres. more or less,
and bounded on the north ,by the pulic
road leading from F"ulton to Marnniing, south
by lands of' Mrs. Julia Weeks and of William
L. Reynoldsc~ eas by J. W.Brdas ad
ad west by lasnd-s of W\ii am L. Reynolds.
Meeting Board of Equalization!
OFFICE COUN'TY AUDITOR,)
Ci..anjcxiio Corsr. -
HE CUNTYBOAR OFEQUAl JZA
Monday, April 7, 1800, at Court House, for
the purpose of hearing any comnplant why
their assessme'nt sould not be increased.
D. J. B3IIADHAM,
Notice of Town (Election.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
.Lan election for Intendasnt andl Wardens
for the town of Manning, to serve two years
from date of said election and until the
election and qualificaition of their sne'cess
ors, will be hald in said town. at the oftice
of the Probate Ju mdge in court honse, on
Moda th 14th of Aipril 1890i (bring the
second Monday). Polls will be op~ened from
o'clock .A. ii. until 4 o'clock r-. 31.
By order- of Tiown Council.
JOHN 8. W1LS(N,
.)TATE OF -SOFrH CARI)LINA, i
Corgry or Cxarti:aeoN.
Know~ (6!it~ by ivse Presods:
TiUAT I, Iosr:; Lrvn. merchant in the C'
town of Manirg, State ard county afore- '
said, do hereby announce to the people of
Clarendon county that I have just opened
the grandest display of spring goods ever
exhibited in the town of Manning, which I
have bought at such an advantage that I
can defy all competition. Knowing from
c-xperience that a largely increased volume
of trade is the resnlt of quick sales and JEl
small profits, and believing implicitly in
the adage, "a nimbixpence is better than
a slow hilling,"
THEREFORE, I shall endeavor by fair
and honorable deahngs to merit a continu
ance of your confidence and patronage, not -
only for a few spasmodic transactions, but A.
for a permanent trade. I am buying all my
goods from first hands and saving the per
centage nade by jobbers. I have the cap
ital to do business in this manner and the
confidence in the people with whom I have
been dealing with for over thirty years to
invest said capital.
THEREFORE, I feel perfectly safe in as
serting that I am offering greater induce
ments than any other establishment in
Sumter or Clarencton counties. A cordial
invitation is extended to the people of Clar
endon and vicinity to visit my store and
examine for themselves my stock of spring V7
goods, consisting of foreign and domestic
dry goods, carpets, mattings, oil cloths,
men's and b(ys' clothing, ladies' and gents'
furnishing goods, ladies', gents'. and chil
dren's shoes of all kinds and qualities, hats
and caps, hardware, crockery, tinware, Oil
wooden and willow-ware, groceries, etc., in
short everything tht, is k pt for sale in a
first class general mnrehandlise.store.
IN EACH departna ut you will be served
by polite and gentlemianly cekwhose in
structions are to sell the goods on their
merits and withiout aniy iopranhuo.
I ani satisfied that I will convince you of
my assertions if yon will take tho tronide to
come and make an examination of miv
goods. There is one thing that I desire to as
impress on the mind of every person, and
that is that I am determined to allow no
merchant in this or any other town to un- La
dersell me, and further I have determined to La
put a stop to people carrying their trade h
away from home, if by s-lling to them as ho
cheap or cheaper,jwill accomplish this re- ma
GIVEN under my hand and affixing the
great scal of my determination this the filh
twelfth day of March, A. D. 1S90.
MOSES LEVI. T. P
NOTICE OF EXAMINATION. M(
OFFICE OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,)
Manning, S. C., Mar.ch 15, 1890.
A CCORDING TO TIlE SCHOOL LAW
R rovidin g for the holding of exaiina
tions 'for teachers on the first Friday in
April and the first Friday in October, the
first of these examinations will )e held in
the court honse for Clarendon county on
Friday the 4th day of April. 1890. Persons Nc
desiring to apply for certificate-s of qualifica
tion to teach in the free public schools in
this county may come betore the board at
that time for examination. --
L. L. WELLS,
School Con. & Chin. Bd. Ex.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
ALL PEJtSONS HAVING CLAIMS B
lagainst the estate of JTohn WV. Wells de
ceased will present them duly attested, and
those indebted to said estate will make i m-Li
medite payment to JH .BOK
March 12, 1890.
FROM THE PAMETTO STATEI
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 23rd, 1889.
Please forward at once .1 gross Johnson's:
Chill and Fever Tonic. Have not had a bot
tle returned so far. A good seller. I am well
peased. W. C. McGREGOR.
wilSununerville, S. C., Dee. 19, 1889. N
Ibelieve Johnson's Chil and FeverToi
(10 d all von claim for it.
'H. J. W. GRO'ERMAN,
White Pond, S. C., Dec. 20th, 1889.
I am pleased with the Tonic. Reports are
all favoi-able. Not one bottle return ed.
H. W. SCOTT.
Wallaceville. S. C., Dec. 20th, 1889.
The Chill and Fever Remedy received
from you came too late to make rapid sales.
but we have sold 19 bottles and have not
had oiie returned. Gives entire satisfac
tion so far as heard from.
WINGARD & BRO.
Guaranteed to be 100) times better than
qinine in the treatment of all fevers. Price
A. B. GIRARDE AU,
Sav~uanna, Ga. ~
For sale at Manning, S. C., by 3. G. Din
kins & Co., Louis Loyns,.and Moses Levi.
C. I. HOYT. H. A. HOYT.
IU.L HOYT & WI.
Largest and O!dest .Jewelry Store in
SUMTER, S. (C.
Silver L~amops, beanties, from $10) to 8.2i.
A very lanrg' stc-k of Britannria wawe, lbs
nry, 1lwst'sil ver plated god made. 55ur
Gold Uings on hand. Fine line of ('locks.
Wedding Presenit, G old Penrs, and Specta
cles. We keep any and everything in the
jewelry line. Be sur.e to call to see us.
L. W. FOLSOM,
Successor to F. H. Folsomn & Bro.W
SUMTEIt, S. 6'.
W~lTCH[ES, ('LOCKS JEW~ELltY.
Ther celebrated1 Royal St. John Sewing
Machine, and Finest Razors in Amierica, al
ways on hand. Repairing promptly and .S
neatly executed by skilled workmen. tier
Ordiersr by mail will receive cageful atrn- 'I
iHOMAS, Jr. J. M. THOMAS.
ephen Thomas, Jr. & Bro.
NELRY, SILVER & PLATED WARE,
spectacles, Eye Glasses & Fancy Goods.
257 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
rrington, Thomas & Co.,
VELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANCY GOODS,
No. 251 King Sitreet, -
CHARLESTON, S. C.
;. J.1PEMRY. H. R. SDioNS. R. A. PRING LE.
ihnston, Crews & Co.,
)BBERS OF DRY GOODS,
Nations and Small Wares, (
s. 49 Hayne & 112 Market Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
U DIPAY O N ND
1OUIS COHEN & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
,atest novelties in dry goods, fancy
ds, silks, dress goods, wash fabrics, such b
atines, ginghams, &c., ladies' under
ces, Ribbons, White Goods,
iery, gloves, collars, trimmings, carpets,
tings, shades, curtains, and upholstery
11 orders will be carefully and promptly
.MCGAIHAN. A. S. BROWN. ROBT. P. EVANS.
,GAHAN, BROWN & EVANS,
ry Goods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes and Clothing,
s. 220, 228 & 230 Meeting Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
1. Drake & Son,
30TS, SHOES, & TRUNKS.
235 Mceting St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
gest stock, best assortment, lowest prices,
Flour a Specialty. b
s. 171 & 173 East Bay Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
tN F. WERNER. L. I. QUIROLLo. t
)HN F. WERNER & CO.., a
---AND- - mn
64 & 166 East Bay and 29 & 31
HJA4R LESTON. S. C.
OH CRADE FERTILIZERS
OF A LL KINDS.
Prei*sident and General Agent,
S EXCIIANGEl ST;.,
CUAIRLESTO)N. S. (C.
icox, Gibbs & Co,'s Manipulated Guano.
cellent Georgia Standard Guano. Li
ilcox, Gibbs & Co.'s Superphosphate.
gh Grade Acid Phosphate.
FOR SALE MY
E WIL.COX & GIBBS GUANO CO.,
igh Grade Special Fertilizers,
AND IPORTERlS & DEALER.S IN
;h Grade Chemicals and Materials,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
end for entalogue containing descrip
he al ov Irtilizerc are for "ale by M.
T. ADGER SMYTH. F. J. PELZER, Special Partner
SMYTH & ADGER,
Factors and Commission Merchanis,
N rt]. AtlaLati. XNT-iar-f,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER,
FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS,
252 King St., Corner Hasel, CHARLESTON, S. C.
OTTO F. WIETERS,
Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Liouors and Cigars,
No. 121 East Bay, Charleston, S. C,
)TTO TIEDEMAN & SONS,
Wholesale Grocers and Provision Dealers,
172, 174, and 176 East Bay Street,
SCH A R L.E S T ON, S. C.
.harleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
[arine Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers, S-aw
ill Machinery, Cotton Presses Gins, Railroad, Steam
mat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
*gi1Repairs executed wipILromaplness and Dispatch. Sendfor pri&e liszs.
East Bay, Cor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
F. T. PELZER, President. F. S. RODGERS, Treasnr-r.
Atlantic Phosphate Company,
STANDARD FERTILIZE RS,
AND IMPORTERS OF
3PIAre 40wer3m9a -.9%132t.
PELZER, RODGERS, & CO., General Agts.,
BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mr. M. Lnvr, of Manning, will be pleased to supply his friends and the public gen
y, with any of the above brands of Fertilizers.
MOLONY & CARTER,
Dealers in Corn, Oats, Bran, Hay, Flour, Feed.
244 & 246 Meeting St., Opp. Pavilion Hotel, CHARLESTON, S. C.
feContracts made for car load lots or less.
EO. W. STEFFENS &SON,JOHN WEBB
Wholesale Grocers ~ L ~ ELRI
TOMMISSION MERCHANTS. Ipre n oetcWns
CHARLESTON, S. C.LiuranCgrs
Agents for the THE "BEST" T.ONIC, aStr,10,1,an 11 etig tad
essing to weak constitutions, stimulating, 18Mre tet
freshing, addelightful.CALSON .C
r.H . BAERPielsscerul nn~hd pca
Wholesale Druggist, poue
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Always keeps a fal assortment of ever-EOL
vites orders from Druggists, Physicians,
ad Country Merchants. Every order,
~ver mind how small, shall have prop
a careful attention. Prices low.QicWh ls e
esdSmall Profits !
7i"Fulstock of Show Cases, all sizes, at
an ufacturers prices.G oes
I. S. HckeIm&porte1d and 169eSti Bay ,
oor, SshBlidsMoudins, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Grin, lithaefy Millieed.Spca
a thei n et Rysine t ofSountr y
Gea edRs rocers
.8-ace N o . ~i; y n 15 and 1 79 atBy
Building Material. zMu1tsox t.c
Ch ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~HARLESTON, S. C."AOUDTECR R'
SDors outhof arkt Steet Opouite .rtner Rye Southron'
rs.tion tooed aly, Wieteqr and
Rates Pe Da, $1.00. p extaroin corn hiskey
____-- --- specalts fanc dreialt.
AVILILANRHLTESTON, P. LEV.
C HR LESTO'N, S. C. AON H ONR
altinal' 'td Hpousme, SHIAELHIOSNG.
5pe Dwrioth ll Mre Imreet Opith J.RtebrL&Sn'Goy
BIREleCisne LNI.E iy Rool.WA,LIET SRE.
OtH AseerElTO, e. C., r
trs. Bell and LigKE , Prpretr. $2.20
Rates Per0 5 Da $.00.'
pplie -witall Modaern Imoements--$2
ExeletARsmLrg SAIT, Roms
tiontoa ane andor0 all. Fin liqors ruard
193 ASBAYpured cres, Carolin tre whilse a
spmeato, alor Manyinkg .
~? ~. C. Anin. LEVY.