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THE MANNING TIMES
S. A. NETTLES,
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c1ion1 of a pr isonial character will be pub
ihed except a.. as a dvertisement.
For krther inftiratioln address
S. A. NELTLES,
Ianning, S. C.
Wednesday, October 1, 1890.
Your Name in IP'int.
--Mr. B. H1. Harvin. of Oakland, left
Mlondav for the South Caiolina College.
- Miss Nettic Weinberg left yesterday
for Sumter, to attend St. Josephs Academy.
--Messrs. Ashbv McFaddin and Robt.
Alderman left Vsterday for Furman Uni
S--Irs. Venitia Oliver Divis, of Marion,
has been visiting at her uncle's, Mr. I. 31.
-Mr. Jas. E. Tindal is attending a meet
ing of the trustees of Clemson College, neax
-Mr. C. R. Sprott, of Jordan, and 3r.
Abr Weinberg, of Manning, left this week
for Wotbord College.
--Capt. A. L. Lesesne, of Silver, Las been
qite sick, sutfering with partial paralysis,
but is some better.
-Misses Elma Davis, Lilly Davis, Maud
Davis, Frank Hodge, and Susie Lesesne
left last Wedhesday, for the Columbia Fe
-- Col. E. T. Stackhouse, of Marion, and
Prof. Whitney, of Columbia, spent last Sat
urday and Sunday with Mr. James E. Tin
d:d. They were to have met with the Cal
varv Alliance last Saturday, but the rain
prevented a meeting of the Alliance.
- Master Marion Bradham, the little son
of Intendant D. M. Bradhama. who when he
was six vears old became deaf from a spell
of siek'ess, left yesterday for the Deaf and
Dumb Institute at Cedar Springs. He was
accompani-d by his mother, who will re
mzain with him a few days.
$25 in Gold Given Away.
The .U-oingTaes iciRt' thisfall hareaoher
<f tisse poplia' Grad G;ft DiIsributions, in
zr-ich $25 IN GOLD, a sic;,i/ machile, (mal
mW1y <r adoble gijstil XI~e distributed
r1OL(mu -o- subscribers icho are paid to or beyoad
s-p. 1, 1891.
Wood for sale. (all on Lowry & Thames.
M. Levi is selling rice at 10 cents per quart
or 3 quarts for 25 cents.
FoR SALE. -A buggy almost new for $25.
Apply at this office.
Golden machine oil for gins and mills at
Dinkins & Co.'s drug store.
Mrs. S. M. Clarkson advertises a millinery
establishnent in this issue, and the ladies
are invited to call.
Rev. H. 31. Mood and Rev. .Tas. W. Ariel
are conducting a protractedl religious meet
ing at Andrews Chapel.
Go to Sumter Book and Novelty Co., op
posite court house, for all books used in the
public schools of Clarendon county.
The pastor of Home Bramchi requests us
to announce "that he will preach on the
2nd Sunday at 11 A. x. and on Saturday at
4 P. M."
Farmers are .complaining greatly at the
sarcity of hands and the abundance of rain,
which'keeps themi from getting their cotton
An elegant line of colognes, extracts,
toilet soaps, face powders, hair brushes,
combs, tooth brushes, and other toilet re
quisites at Dinkins & Co.'s.
It doesn't take the ladies long to find out
where they can get a nice dress pattern for
a little money. M. Levi has a ningnificent
line, and is selling them rapidly.
The Sumter Book and Novelty Co. adver
tis- in this issue. Our people may find it
to their aivantage to buy from them. They
keep a large stock of stationery, etc.
A small house very near Alderman's mills,
at Alcolu, was burned last Monday night,
an1 fcr a while it wa thoughit impossible to
save the mill, but by great efforts the fire
was confined-to the shanty.
A new Baptist church at Packsville was
organized last Wednesday, Rev. C. C. Brown
oficiating. A protracted meeting was in
progress there last week, resulting in sever
al additions to the church.
At the last meeting of the town council it
was decided to receive applications for two
policemen at a salary of $20 per month and
one lamp lighter at $12.50 per month. The
change goes in effect on the 15th inst.
Mr. F. C. Thomas arr-ived last night from
Texas with a carload of horses and mules.
These animals are young and broken, and
our people, who are in need of stock, would
do well to at once inspect them. They will
be ound at Bradham's livery and sales sta
A big lot of elothing, boots, and shoes
just recived at M. Kalisky's, and for sale at
lower figures than can be bought at any oth
er store in the State.
County Alliance Postponed.
The quarterly meeting of the County Al.
i-ance has been p)ost)one~d from Friday Oc.
dra to Monday Oct I6th.
D. J. BUnaDHAur, Secretary.
Manning Guiards luspecvtioni.
The inspection of the Manning Guards
took place last Monday afternoon in the
ourt house, the rain during the day hsaving
miade it impracticable to have the inspection
in the open air. Thirty-two men, rank and
tile, appeared for inspection, commanded~
y Capt. I. L Bagnal.- At the close General
Bonham made a short speech, in which he
spoke of the kind relations that had existed,
during his four years' termi, between him
el and the troops of the State, but, said
he, the fate of politics has decreed that I
hall retire trom this position. He bade the
om pany a heartfelt good-bye.
ie promisedl the company to at once pro.
ere for them new uniforms.
The Sumter Book and Novelty Co. havc
purchased an immense line of school sup
piis, blank books, line stationery, :e., andl
are selling at prices that phease everybody.
Struck by Lightning.
During the severe thund.:r storm las
Saturday night, as Mr. A. Moultrie Brails
rd was driving hmome from Pinewood, ac
compahnid by Dr. McLaurin's son, a bolt o
lihtnig struck a tree v-ery- near them and
iaiig ~U knocked down the horse, an21
'rc-h'-d the-e ge-ntlemien somewhat. Mr.
Bradl-rd's arm wa~s siightly su olle-n fron
te sioek, while Mr. McLaurin was stuinnet
to a greter extent, though both were abl,
t go about the next day. It was a ver;
nriw escapeC, and both have reason to b.
d ci otIy thankful. ~nhir -ble'no.
- 'ou ha&d no right to steal that, Mr. Sead
ev, protesteud, trying to pretend sh'
an'I tiekledl at being kissed.
~. if any wrong has been one,' an
sered theC en'terprisinig outha, -if 've stlet
anthuing. D11 ret urn' it in kiund, adl lhe di
--A tbirI ,exchange is no' robberyI, yoii
know." h-. ad, lring'ing his lips onei
1orW dlowni ti pr-e.
1b-ad the advertisemuenit of the .Sumte
1ook adO Noxelty Co. in this issue, an'
...e hie d.--din" wxith them.
Inspection of Cavalry Companies.
General Bonham inspected the
Hampton Light Dragoons and Con
nor Mouited Rifles yesterday at Sil
ver, and as usual these companies:
made a fine appearance. Capt. Brails
ford was in command of the Dragoons,
and Lieut. R. F. Weeks, of the Rifles.
Capt. Lesesne was too unwell to at
tend. Our Silver correspondent will
1write up the inspection next wcek.
Row at Silver.
1!Yesterday afternoon about .5 o'clock,
a very serious row took place at Sil
ver, in which Clarence Bryant, Philip
W. Stone, C. M. Ridgill, A. W.
Thames, Jr., Arthur Felder, and oth
ers, were erngaged. It is reported that
the row was the result of an old feud,
but others say it was simply a drunk
en row, in which a bottle of whiskey
was the chief factor. Mr. Brown
Thames while attempting to stop the
men from fighting was dangerously1
stabbed in the back with a knife, and
there is very little doubt but that the
wound will prove fatal. Mr. P. W.
Stone, one of the parties to the diffi
culty, received cuts on the head and
The soreheads of the straightout-of
the-Democratic party in Florence
county have put out a ticket. Of
course this action brands them, in the
words of Hampton, as worse than
Alliance Picnic at Silver.
There will be a large alliance basket pic
nic at Silver next Saturday, Oct. 4th, to
which everybody is invited. A number of
sub-alliances have united in giving this
Col. E. T. Stackhouse, candidate for con
gress: 51r. Stokes. president of the State
Alliance; and Mr. Jauies E. Tindal, candi
date tor Secretary of State. are expected to
make speeches. Capt. B. 1R. Tillman has
been invited, and may be present. A num
ber of other distinguished persons have]
also been invited, and a big time generally
The practicability of building several
warehouses in this county, and other impor
tant alliance matters, are to be discussed,
and every person, whether he belongs to the
alliance or not, should if possible attend.
Sr.=rFn-roN, Sept. 29.--We have had more
rain and bad weather in the last week than
we have had since the cotton picking season
has come in, and it looks as if it will contin- i
ue for sonic time yet.
At a sell supper at St. Paul hast week
March Holladay shot Charley Preston Ragin
just under the cheek bone with a .38 ball. It
struck and knocked out two of his teeth,
and then turned upwards, and is lodged
somewhere under the cheek bone. Drs.
Badger and Joe Burgess tried to find the
ball, but could not locate it. Cause of the
shooting: Holladay had sold Ragin a drink
of whiskey, and wanted him to pay ten
cents for it, but Ragin did not want to pay
but five cents. So much for liquor and the
nimble pistol. Ragin went down to Charles
ton to have the ball taken out, but Dr. Kin
loch advised him to let it alone. Rlagin and
Holladay are both colored.
The firm of Lanham & Brock has been
dissolved by mutual consent. Brock bought
ont the business, and will continue the bus
iness at the same stand.
Post Office Inspector Beard was here on
Saturday, looking over Post Master Henry's
books. Henry says he found them in good
The fall session of Harmony Presbytery
will convene here next Thursday evening
at 8 o'clock.
Gov. J. P. Richardson is spending a few
days with Col. J. 0. Brock, looking after the
business of his plantation.
Telegraphic communication has been,
made from this place with the outside world,
and the agent, Mr. Shiver, of the C. S. &.
N. Railroad, will take dispatches at any
Sandy Groye Sayings.
Saxmn GnovF., Sep. 22.-Cotton has been
injured to some extent by the recent rains.
Every man is now busy picking. The great
cry is for hands, and it seems that very few
are to be had. Our farmers are giving
fifty cents and some sixty cents per hun
dred for picking. Well, I guess the reason
we can't get hands nowv is that hard times
are over. Since peas, potatoes, and per
simmons are coming in we will be sure to
hold our cotton through September if we
can't get it out of the field.
Politics seems to be simmering down
since the convention. I paid the little
city by the lake a visit last week and found
everything lively and the farmers jubilant
over their success. Hurrah for Tillman
and the whole ticket. One of our Antis 1
who changed froiu a Till 1an man to an
Anti must be undergoing another change
now as he says he is riding a horse Tillman
The health of the community is tolerably
ood. sAM TATrrLER.
KNGSTREF., Sept. 26.-The executive corn
mittee met to-day and tabulated the returns
of the primary election and declared the
following candidates elected:
For senator, A. H. Williams.
For the legislature, H. E. Eddy, S. A.
Graham, and D. Lawrence Brown.
For probate judge, W. W. Grayson.
For auditor, H. Z. Hanna.
For county commissioners, J. J. Graham.
None of the'other candidates for this office
received a majority. J. M. Mathews, C. Les
esne, T. S. Stuart, and A. J. Brown being
the four next highest, were declared the I
nominees for the second primary.
For school commissioner there was no
choice. J. McB. Graham and S. .J. Snow
den received the highest number of votes, I
and, therefore, they are declared candidates
in the second primiary. I
For treasurer there was no choice. R. D.
Rollins and W. P. McGill having received
the highest number of votes will als6 go;
before the people again.
Oct. 7 was set for the second primary. I
Thle Place for Best Goods at Lowest
W'ie call special attention to our large stock
of jerseys, in all colors and styles, fronm 50c
to $3.50. Silk jerseys for $2.50, wvorth $3.50.
Laerissa, something entirely newv in dress
goods, for 85c per yard. A beautiful line
double width cashmere goods 20c and 25c.
Our stock of dress goods is complete in
every respect, and a most beautiful line of
trimmings to match.
A large stock of ginghams and Scotch
ighams from Sc to 2Je per yard.
A very large stock of Satines from 10ec to
We ea"1 pecial attention to our Satines 3(0
inches widle for 10c, worth 12de.
A beautiful line ol lambrequins, scalloped
and printed with tassels, from 75c to $3.
Felt 72 inches wide in all colors for $1.25
per yard, with felt drapery to match at 25c
A per utiful lieof plush table covers
w~ith deep fringe, from 50e toi $2.
Ta ble scarfs, silk and felt, $1, $1.25, and
Arratsene and chinelle ribersines and
Zehrad Gernmantiun wool.
Plse nall qjualitie's and~ color: .
Cre a?m d laes, silk tiehzues 25e.
A ful'mne of imen's elothing. Men's suits
fom $3.50 up; boys' suits from $1.50 up.
W e hav a first class line of shoe's, and we
sell it roek bottomj prices.
It ylou 'iant a g1ood hat go to Levi lBros.
Iats from 25e up.
A (cmplete hne of ge-nts' furnishing
15 arr mels ine -western flour just re
Complete line staple and fancey groceres
Coec one, come a:ll, and be convinced.
We pay the hig;hest price for eotton.
Sumt'r, S. C.
The .Manninig T1imes will this fall hav~e
another of thiose populair Grand Gift Distri
butions, in which $25 in gold , asewmg ma
chine, and many other valuable gifts w ill
e distributed among our subscribers w ho
ar.e pa to or beynd Sep. 1_ 1891.
The Florence Sorenead.
FLORENCE, Sep. 24.--The Straight
out Denioeratie Conveiulion convenr'l
here to-day at 2 o'clock, with Mr. H.
L. Morris in the chair, C. A. Siiith,
The following noininations were
made: Senator, Dr. J. I. Pierce, of
Mars Bluff; lepresentatives, J. I. C.
W right, of Thiiolnsville, and S. R.
Chandler, of 3lotts; school corrinuis
sioner, T. E Bell, of Cartersville; coun
tv conmissioners, Robert Peel, of
Cartersville, E'. M. E'rvin, of Florence,
md A. Poston, of Pee Dee; county
chairman, Z. T. Kershaw.
Our dear little dauglter wa.s terribly lek.
IHier bowels were1,1 blited aS hrd as: a bick
We't fvarj- ll.h. woubl di,
Till we hapi p-ied to try
Pierce's Pellets they cured ot'. reriik
Never l1 without Pierce's Pellets in lt
liuiise. they are grtle ari l ,e(ftive' inl ac
ion and ive imdiate 1l.hif inl fs (I
ndigestion. INli ousiiss, annd conti atinj.
hcy (i) their woi.ik tihrougly atndin lieav
lo h:til e'dects. Slalllkst, 'hi'alist, vatxci1A
o take. one a tos'. st liver pill iiialb-.
(%'en. Bonhamn Caned in Suiner.
SUMITER, Sept. 26.--G en. 11. L. Bon
iam inspected the Suniter Light In
'antrv in their armorv this afternoon,
tnd complimented them highly upon
heir proficiency. At the close of the
nspection, Capt. Brand, in behalf of
he company, presented the General
vith a handsome gold headed cane,
)n receiving which he expressed his
ieartfelt thanks and app~reciation in a
hort but eloquent address. The con
>any escorted the General to the de
>ot, and there bade him their final
arewell. It is with reluctance that
hey gave him up.
Before and After Using.
At one time I had awful sores and
>imples on my face, and after using
wo bottles of S. S. S. I was cured,
nd now have a nice, smooth coi
>lexion. JAnms L. Boymx,
My Life a Burden.
I was afilicted from infancy with
atarrh and with eruptions on my
ace for ten years. I was attended by
he very best physicia.s, and tried a
umber of blood purillers, without
erin)anent relief. The mineral ingre
ients settled in ny bones, and caused
-heumatic trouble. _Iy life was a
urden to me, and my case was de
lared incurable, when I saw S. S. S.
dvertised. Eight bottles cured ine
ntirely, and I feel like a new pers in.
JosIE Ow.N, Montpelier, 01do.
Treatise on blood and-skin diseases mailed
ree. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonie cures
very pop, or no pay.
One bottle Johnson's Chill and Fever
['onic guaranteed to cure and prevent the
-turn of fever. Price 50 c-exts.
What is a 100 times better than Quinine
madO 100 Years ahead of doctors in treating
-evers of all k'nds? Ans.-- Johnson's Chill
Ld Fever Tonie. Wiy? Because one 501
ent bottle is guaranteed to cure.
A Happy Nigger.
WiAsHINGiTON, Sept. 23.--The negro, Tom
tiller, turned~ up this morning, and was at
>neeC swoirn inl to ocenpy the seat that iL-ed
nd his privates fileied from Col. Elliott
Hardly bad the negro taken tihe oath
ven lie made a rush to the sergeaut-at
mrss offiee to ge t Ihis rmoiney. He was
aid about $8,000, and ais he poected it a
road grin enveloiped Ihis face. lie was the
mppiest negro in Anmerica.
'TO DISPL COLUS,
eadaches and fevers, to eleirise thre system
afectually, yet gently, when costive or bil
ous, or when the blood is imirmre or slig
~ish, to permnanently cure habitual constipa
on, to awaken the kidneys and liver to a
ealthy activity, without irritating or weak
ning them, use Syrup of Figs.
A Resolute Woman.
"Then you have mrade up your minud,
~oung lady, never to get miarriedi3"
''Yes, sir. I'll (lie an old muaid."
''But if somie young mani were to propose5t
o you ?"
"Ah, that wonld be a different thing alto
%' BROWN'S IRON BIT TERS
ures Indigestion, liliousniess, Diyspepsia. 3Mala
ria. Nervousness. anrd Ge'neral leicliy.. lPhysi
:-ians reconnnu it. All dealers sell it. Gen uine
ds trade mark anid crossed red lines on wruapper.
FORi TillC ISLOOI,
wVeak ness, ilrna, Inidigestioni and
EROWN'S iRON BITTERS.
It cures quickly. For sale by all dealers in
medicine. Get the genuine.
"What a terrible attempt att imonropoly !"
"I see an adve'rtisemrent here, 'S00 Mlen
Vaned,' and I'd be mrore than satishied wih
If you sutfer from any affection caused by
pure blood, such as serof'ula, salt i-houn.
ores, boils. pimples, tetter, rirngworin, take
)r. J. H. McLean's Sarsapar'illa.
To allay pains, sublue intahirrmation,. heal
on1l sores amnd uleers thre morcst promipt atnd
atisfactory results are obtained lby usinrg
hat old reliable' remredy, D~r. J. II. McLean's
iolanie Oil Linimrent.
You cannot accomplish any work or busi
ess unless you feel well. If you fel usend
pj-tired out take Dr. J1. 11. 3MeLet'ns
~arsapailila. It will give y'ou hlmthI,
trength, and vitality.
For weak baek, chest pains, use a I )r. .
I. MIcT.ean's wvonderfuil hlrdin. plaster
If you haver a pain.nml senrse of 1itigure,
id your durties irksomec, take Dr. J1. H. M1e
en's Sarsaparilla. It will brace youup
nake you strong and vigorous.
If* you suffer pirieking patinis on -movir'g
he eves, or cannot bear bright light, andi
id your'sight we-ak and failing, you shoul
iromptly use Dr. J. HI. McL-an's stre-ngth
iing eve sakve. 25 cents a box.
That sour-temp.ered er~oss, dyspepte ini
lividual, should take D~r. J1. II. MIeL-an's
~arsaparillai ' It will make hrim feel as well
md hearty' as the hrealthriest of us. He neuieds
>racing up, vitalizing, that is all.
Frequently accidents occri in the house
old which cause burns, cuts. sprains, mnd
iruises: for use' in such cases hunr. .J. II. Mc
Lean's Volcanic Oil Liniment la- for mnany
fears been the cohnstant favorite famnily rein
There is one cuistomi cn n-ted with fui
urrals whmichl we woubil glard-; sen abamindn -
sed. Wr~e r.-ter to the~ habrlit if w'earin lackhr'l
Luskin, wve thini, whor calls it --thati ntra:.;
'ustmi of the chlic niil f I -d." It ris rile
fnsible. It we aire tin ni fyi the- rulici inl
any way thatl we hrav. rrnly '-on ra be
ravmeunt, let us di' it m1 sa i n. ot h r fa hi
ion. If 'nur dress is ti mrochi it b~ iun
hoose some othir coilor besidei that uii Ihib
nature ahnnost absolultelyV abjureis.- Ib.n ini
ouir judgmrenit. we onught no t to co n'n:!
advertise iouir pI'lvat' grifsd snril .
'Thieigennril liblic'n ar nit irinr-stnd in
thm no r (Jtri-nds ani lkindr-i-d, ut bie ar
prparedc'n to Jiar 1,urii sirrow, it---d nio r<
minder Man oi ther meat i r: we-i-th strornu
ly againrst this cust' rm, such' as its el pinrsi vi
nes -its al-'-ile-'ind utnhealthulness, and n t
unreqiuently its mi:inifest irnngruity wi-ithr
the marnnui-i anid beatring o~f then weuirer.
31n Isei .t" i ha-; a rnobby line of dk rhy
Both the method and results when
ISyrp of" Fig is taken; it is pleasant
and rdreshing to the taste, anld acts
gently yet pronmptly oil the Kidneys,
Li ver and Bowels, cleauses the sys
ten etiually, dispels colds, head
aclies ai fevers anid Cures habitual
Constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
01y reiaedy of its kind ever pro
Ilueed, pleasing to the taste and ac
cepiable to the stomach, pronpt in
its action any truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many ~excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and 81 bottles bv all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand wiil pro
eure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. * NEW YORK, N.Y
Inportant Supreme c, irl. Decisiol.
This is a proceeding commenci-ed by the
pl.tin ti to eiifore antallegd agriculural
lien on the crops of the defendant. The
crops were seized by the sheriff under a
warranti issicl by the clerk of the court,
nid being sol, tie proceedis were held sub
ject to the decision of the court upon an
issue raised by tha defend:mt, "that the
amount claimed by the philtiff was not
jusntly due him in accordance with the latter
part of section 2,:38 general statutes."
This issue was tried before his Honor
Judge Hudson, and, it appearing that the
paper upon which it was claimed that an
agrieultural lien hat been executed and
upon which the warrant had been issued
Was signed oly by the diefendints. his
I tonor held "that the plaintiff was estopped
from recovering i .r the said liens any
alvaucis other1 than the :uuomnt due fir
rent. :ndt h(ld that the lions were absolutelV
void upon the tgrounrd that the iliintitIt had
failed to sign the sami."
The plaintiff etfered proof that he bad
tully ected his contracts for advance. on
his part, which w.s uitled incompetent. Ihis
Itinor restrieting the jury to the question of
rent, and thzejury having found $200 for the
plaintiff for rent, judgment was entered
therefor. and the plaintiff appealed as to
the other <npestion involving the advances
inwte under the alleged agricultural lien.
The supreine court concurs in the judg
ient of the circuit court. An agricultural
lien is a statutory prhilege, and connected
with it there a:re important rights, and some
stringent rules and regulations unknown in
othte. contracts, aiT to enitle One to its
ben-fits the reinirements of the statute
must be ohserveid: :id when the act pro
vides in leinms that the agreemient should
be in writing the c-urts have no authority
to dispense- with this provisiion.
The circuit judige having iwhId correctly
that the paperit was no~w isi a:grliultural
lien cont riot, he was corriet ails in ruling
out tihe tcestionyii offered by the plaintiff
that he had furnished th~e .supplies called for.
The fact that the defenihanit dlid not miove
before the clerk to vacate the warrant does
not preclude him from raising the question
of its invalidity or the <1uestion of its in
Judgme-nt be1low afirmied. Opinion biy
Sh.oni)ii, C. .
ST.trm: or (hn.>u, (i rv ''F Toi.rnii, i .
FI:Ax J. (CriasnY niakes oath tht lhe is
the senior partner of the firm of F. .J. CutE
nav A. Co., do.ing Ibusiness in the e: ty of T1o
let o. county and State :afor::abl, and that
said firm will pay the sumt If ONE 11UN
DRE'D D)( LLAlts for (acth and every case
of catarrhl that cannot lie cured by~ Hiall's
ctarra cure. FluNK J1. CII2'EVE.
'-worni ito1 before me andl subscribed in my
presem'u', tis Gth dayt of lDe.. A\. I). 1886;.
.-- A.. \. W. rjL .\st N,
- I: . .\Blor, iiek.
L all's catarrh cure is take:i intlernalhy and
acts dx-irti n t im blood aint murnous sutr
iees:>f the systenii. Send for testimioials,
free.1 F.J. GIIENEV A (C)., Toledo, 0.
Solid by druggists, 75e.
D)( ts- Noinijnatedt for Cot fress.
Ft.in.:NeE, Septenmlr 20,.--Thle Repulili
can Convention for the t6th Congressional
district maet hern yesterday aind nnlinated
E. II. Dlcas, of D)adington. for Congress. It
is iuderstood that Junius II. Evans, of Mar
ion, was oliered the support of the Conven
tion, but he declined.
"d USTF AS G.OOD,".
Say someo dealers whvlo try to' sell a sub stitute
trepartationi when a custitmer calls for I tood's
Sarsaparilla. D o not allow any such false
statemienits its this i uduice vou to brny w.hiat
von do not want. llennembier that the oniv
teaseon for iiakinig it is thtata few ents uuore
prolit will lie inuule on the substitute. Insist
upo t hatving the biest medicine -hood's .Sar
-aparilla. It is l'ecniiar to Itself.
Youi can be cheer. tl and hatppy only whien
yout arc well. If yout feel '*out of sorts,"
take D r. J1. 11. IeLan's Sarsa parilla.
When vou are- constipatedt, h:,ve head
achte, or loss of apptit it, ttake Dr. .1. II. 31e
Lean's Ii vet ad kidiney pillets: they are
pleaisanit t~o take and wili cliri von.
cnrii What a Farce! -
CarSilp. 2i. In the Repiublienn
unri-ion convntioni it thlitth dis
tit, bhIb here taiy, C. C. Levy, eiilmred,
ilf -tuodtn, was noinuati-d lfir congress.
Laater : t 'i .\il e ene of I 'iiiden. Nei
ther of themi receivedt a single vote'.
Oct ober, 1, 1890O.
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r ..f i jo .-et.zinat streni th. C. .'. UJoe
First Class Furniture Store
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SIRES & CHANDLER.
The best stock & F ARN iTii *ver (llered in (tnning. Give u; a a1 - 'i ":
tenltiofl ,i%-n to our UNDEITAKING DEPAILTMENT hoth night andi Ly. R I! AI" -
ING done wit h ne-atneoss andik dikpatch1. Cal..l on us., at ol stand rf M. Le:vi
WM, SI-IEPPEJRD & CO
LARGE h' / n
AKO - KOO rc.
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tin Co~n~~ ZZZ~~QLowt LivingMo
Send for circulars
Tinware, and price list.
No. 23 Meeting St.,CHARLESTON, S. C.
1890 . LEVI, 1890
NEW AND MOST DESIRABLE GOODS
Being Received Daily.
We buy in immense quantities direct from the manufacturers and thereby
save all middle men's profits, which enables us to give you the best as well
is the cheaper grade of goods at prices that cannot be duplicated.
BLOW YOUR HORN,
Let the Welkin Ring.
The ol reliable' i's at the front with the larest and best
selected stock of
nDRY GOODS, ULOTHIN,1,P
Ever brought to Manning.
The departments through our entire establishment are now -receiving their
new fail goods in immense guantities, and what has already been received
would make a solendid assortment, but still they have just star~ted. The
rders placed for fall stocks are much larger than ever before, antd as a con
sequence we can show the most complete assortment of dry goods, notions,
fancy goods, gents' furnishing goods, men's and boys' clothing, boots and
shoes, that can be found in the South.
Highest Price Paid for' Cotton.
M OSES. L E VI,
Mainning, S. C.
a. W. BIAE &OCO.,
Lamps and Globes, 'House Furnishing
SEND FOR PRICES, GOODS, ETC,
Sole atgents for 'Garla nd Spcalatnto.ivnt
stoves' and linges' . rld counatry oraer..
Un Aadlemyin of Mus~.,U GilLESTON, . C.
JOSEPI- F. NORRIS,
2as -s:.ing street,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
Bny your furniture for cash, and save one-half its cost. You can do it
by calling at the above store, and selecting frotu the largest stock and cheap
est furniture store in the State.
Ma an AN OVI"J CoGe. A. Schiffley,
HAL 0. GREEN, Manager,
We haveYC the largest and miost complte~ . S .A L.J~
line of school supplIes,
BLAKsOOKS,FNEsTuTionNOVETIS, C AND FEED STABLES.
LAal 1a'iiasclfat ~ it ii -lz A) Chalmers~ treet,
oist \ofkboth smItIrt and u larn n s 1[\ w pub() .
oOuti,.s. ( rive u1s a cal ~l n he conJvIinced.
Main street, oppost~it& Curt Iiu, -T F'ine hiorses andi mnles constantly
SLTMTElI, S. C. nad.______
TEACHES EANATi~N . w J. Black,
hehl tMann ii' onC. 1-'i tt. <i) >r IO St Ioner :ilrd,
i8.0 esn iri n to~; i\btai e lONiwiientesIt 0.M~it (hiI a ts
cou snty, t - ' or whos ce titi s have lttiI. .- -
m 'aiiii'ii il lt'i L.' i ~ti on. lt ui titi , iittg ts liens,d bil of
e~i nu n Cot . d. x. L eti pr ivb Dr. L. W. Ne'tlS F'oreston.
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS STORE,
Main Street, SUMTER, S. .,
lS the pla:ce to buy. Go right in and select your line, medi
mu11. an1d l1ow priced
Men's, Youths', and Boys' Clothing,
Hats, Shirts. Neckwear. Underwear. Socks. Handkerchiefs,
Umlbrellas. Piece Goods. Jeans Pants. Wool Pants, and a job
lot of (o1ats and Yes-s. al everything usunlly kept by us.
Largte line. We call the attention of the lanies especially to
our lie of
large and hiel:p. All of the albve goods we guarantee to sell
zi as lao pri) s as can bel)>ought anywhere. Remember, we
Don't forget to see then and get my prices. With thanks for
past liberal patronage of the Clarendon people, I respectfully
ask a continuance of the same. Yours very truly,
313. r. TVINN.
..i RYTTENBERg& SONS,
Sumter, S. C.
New York Office, 84 West Broadway.
THE LEADING HOUSE IN THE STATE,
Have uow opened their immense
Fall and Winter Stock,
and init ut ~tin1p1ectionl of same. Su-perior goods will be found
inl each dep~artmlenlt. Our prices a bo0mb shell for competitors,
but a .
Blessing for the People.
Is the lowest price any object to you? Are the finest quali
ties il auiducemeni t? if so. come and see our stock of
SILS, DRESS GOODS,
CLOAKS, CLOTHING, NOTIONS,
Shoes, Furnishing Coods, Carpets, &c.
All mail onlers wv ill receive p.rompt attention. Samples sent
J. RYTTENBERG & SONS.
Ini our Wholesale Departmecnt we are offering immense drives,
and we call convuice yo htyucnbuy goods of us as cheap
as in any city of the South.
Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, and General Merchandise.
FI1I iL L nl DE;PA~lMmNTS. In DRIFSS GOODs and TRIMMINGs we have the
red and tut 1- l an 1il 1hds ;~'eein~ul, ql.L, ans rise. Many
STAPLE AND F'ANCY GROCERIES.
Our reputation itthis line as to the quality and reasonable prices, not only in city and
county of Sumiter, but in adjoining counties, has been established long ago. New goods
addtf to our stock daily, consequently always fresh.
Fine Teas and Coffees
.\ pciltv: snd us~ an or1r We have constantly on hand a big stock of Heavy
Gioceies nid we. mak very. smatlilaiures on large quanftities. We offer
to the~ t rade. Merehants will find they can buy as cheap here as in market, and an in.
,.jt. i niof -ur stock willc conin~ce you.