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S. A. NETTLES. Editor.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1890.
We are enducting TIE MANNING TiMEs ou
strictly a cash basis. One or ico iceeks before
a sscrition expires, zee send a polite notia
tion on a postdal cand, asking for a renewal. In
case this request is not promptly onaplied with,
we infer the subs.riber rishes us to discontinue
sending him the paper, zchich iwe do, al seml
him another postal card, politely telli1; 11u lor
have stricken his namefrom oumliw; list. We
hope ae shall lose fet subscribers; bd i is no
pay, no paper.
On our first page will be found
Haskell's manifesto, and on this page
will be found proceedings of the in
dependents in Horry and Marion, al-.
so a call issued by a conference held
last Monday in Columbia. We have
heretofore in full and in no unmistak
able language expressed our views on
such a movement, and this week we
simply publish short interviews from
several distinguished gentlemen of
the State, each of whom was an Anti
but a Democrat withal, and we close
with an editorial from the News and,
Courier. Our first interview is from
Hon. Joseph F. Bhamp, State senator
from this county, and a number of
years county chairman of the Claren
don Democracy. He is well known
to our people, and his words just now
will be read with interest. He shows
bimsAl as all have expected of him to
be, a true Democrat:
SEM On JosEPI 7. FBBME
says: In the late political canvass, I wasasup
porter of Col. Joseph H. Earle, than whom,
in my opinion, a more suitable man for
governor could not nave been found in the
State, and in saying this much I miean just
what I have said. The- advocates of Capt.
Tillman, in making their choice of men for
State and county officers, religiously con
fned their choice to such as openly avowed
that he was their choice for governor, and
ignored and practically excluded from nom
ination every aspirant for office who did
not avow such preference. In pursuingthis
course I think the supporters of Capt. Till
-man acted 'unjustly and unwisely, and such
a test of fitness for office should never have
been applied. Nctwithstanding the exist
ence of these facts, it appears to me, that
though somewhat irregularly expressed, the
will of a large majority of the white Demo
eatic voters of this State has been declared
by the result ot the work of the September
r ' convention, and that will, so pronounced,
has taken shape in favor of Capt. Tillman
and the other nominees on the State ticket.
As a Democrat I do not now feel warranted
in supporting any movement looking to the
election in November next, of any other
person for governor and State officers, be
they who they may, than the nominees of
that September convention.
* BoN. LEBOY P. YoUMANS,
E-Attorne'y General of the State, says: 1
have only to say that I am opposed to any
movement which would place any ticket in
t-ha field in op tion to the regular State
Democratic ti I shall support that
ticket, and inso doing regard my action as
a duty required by my fealty to the Demo
crtie party of the State.
cndidate for congrs from the first district,
in a speech at ragcharg last Monday,
said that while he deprecated the Shell man
ifeto and its charges, and had not favored
Mr. Tilhnan for Governor, and while he did
not even think the ticket nominated by the
September convention was composed of as
stng men as usually made up the Demo
cetic State ticket, nevertheless he would
support it, as was the.duty of every Demo
.at to supportit.
emnv s.aMUEL DTBBLE,
walso made a speech at the -same time,
held that the Democracy must stand togeth
erHe opposed B. R. Tillman heartily till
noiaebut now that Tillman is the
nminee of the Democratic party for Gov
ernor he is ready to work for his election and
nfaneesary to even fight for it. Talk of
an Independent ticket, why. he did not be
hoeve that any of the true Democrats of 76
are going back on the nominee of the Dem
crtic party whether they like it or not.
coL. wnz.r JoNEs,
casbier of the Carolhna National Bank, who
~ ears was secretary of the executive com
mittee, and who is now treasurer of that'
body, says: I did ailiin my power to defeat1
the nmination of Capt. Tillman for Gov
ernor, and was as much opposed to the
March covention as aman could be. I will
vote for no independent. Capt. Tillman'
has been nominated by a very large majori
ty in a regularly called h.tate Democratic
convention, andlIfeel it to be my duty as a
Democrat tovote for him and the entire
Democratic State ticket.
coL. Y. H. MCM&AsTEE,
mayor of Columbia, and a very bitter Anti,
says: I will vote the full Tillman ticket,
-because I believe it is the duty of each in
dividual of a party to vote for every nomi
-nee-made by its convention. When mcm
brs of ta party join jn a convention, for the:
purpose of nominating officers, they are
morally bound, to submit to the arbitrament.
of the ballot, and have no moral right to
scratch a smngle name at the polls. This is
the principle underlying conventions, and
any other rule will destroy the discipline of
COL.. WHrsAnt WALLIACE,
a prminent gentleman of Columbia, says:
ere I, calling myself a Democrat, and hav
ing acted with the party in its deliberations'
and discussions up to this time, to advocate
the running of an Independent ticket and,
call upon our worst political enemies to
support it, I should feel that I was a traitor
to my State, and would justly merit such~
infmy as clings to the name and memory
of Benedict Arnold.
TEE NEws AND COURIER
in an editorial last afonday says: There1
was a time to combat Tillmian and
Tilmanism. That time was while the con
test could be made within the Democratic
ranks, or at least under the name of Democ
racy. So long as there was a shadow of a
chance to keep Tillman and his clique out
of control of the Democratic party, the
News and Courier strove, with all its might,
to accomplish that end, as the best thing for
the pryand the State.
If the men who have been prominent in
the Democratic party of South Carolina
heretofore had had the courage of their con
victions, and had stood up to the News and
Courier, Tillman could have been beaten
and the Democratic party saved. If at the
last Straightout Conference there had been
unanimus action and a State primary had
been demanded as an ultimatum to decide
which faction of the Democratic party was
really in the majority, the alternative being
presented of an appeal to the polls, we be
jieve the primary would have been granted;
and if it had been refused, the Straightouts
would at least have had color for the claim
that they were the true Democratic party of1
But all that is past. The opportunity was
lost. This is no time to fight Tillman or'
Tmmanism. A renewal of the conflict now
is mere folly and madness, for success can
only be accomplished by disrupting, nay
destroying, the Deocratic party. The party
that defeats the regular Democratic ticket at
this election must do so by the aid of the
Republicans, and this, in the light of past
experience, is enough of itself to condemn
the whole movement. 'The News and Cou
rier fought, as it said it would, just so long
as there was any chance to fight within the ,
n- cati orgnizan- hat cnition
no longer exists, and we have never pro- I
posed to fight. under any other condition.
If there bad continued to be no organized
opposition to the ticket of the September
,onvention, we would have been content to
bave it rebuked by receiving a very small
vote at the polls. But the Haskell inani
resto, the Marion call, and intelligence from
various parts of the State iudicate th:.t there
is to be a ticket iut in the itd on the lines
marked out by Judge lIaskeli. We think
that this wolid be simply snilidal. Cer
taitly, after such a contest there could lie
little hope of restoring the integrity of the
Democratic party, and that is now the first
duty of every true Democrat. Tie only
Democratie ticket now, and the only Demo
cratic ticket we can have, is the ticket of the
September convention; and we iunst elect it
now in order that we may retain the power
to elect a better ticket two years hence.
Stand by the ticket, not for the ticket's
sake, but for the party and the State!
Mr. S. R Chandler, of Motts, refus
ed to accept the nomination for the
legislature from the Haskellians in
The Republican State executive
committee and the conference of
Straightout Haskellians met last Mon
day in Columbia. -It was a coinci
dence: wonder if there was any con
nection or conference between the
The Haskell manifesto has .iven
our town politicians a new subject to
discuss, but with very few exceptions
there is a feeling of disapproval. The
people from the country that were in
town Monday, Antis as well as Till
manites, say that they propose to
stand by the nominees of the Demo
cratic party, and that they cannot af
ford to split.
One of the hardest fought political
battles in'this campaign of hard polit
ical fights, has been that in the fourth
district, which in the second primary
was between Shell and Duncan. Each
side exerted its strength to the ut
most tension,,and though Mr. Duncan
had the aristocracy and most of the
newspapers on his side, and all active
ly fighting for him, yet it looks as if
Shell has won the fight. The second
primary was held yesterday, and it is
claimed that Shell is several hundred
votes ahead, and that the official count
will give him a majority of over a thou
sand votes. The vote throughout the
district was very large.
Haskellismn in Clarendon.
It is rumored that a meeting will be held
in town this afternoon, for the purpose of
selecting representatives to go to Columbia
to-morrow to act with the party that desires
to put forward a ticket to defeat the regular
Democrat nominees. We asked a promi
nent gentleman of this town, who was mak
ing preparations for the meeting, if the meet
ing or conference would be public and how
many were expected to attend. He replied
that it would not be public and only those
in sympathy with the movement were in
vited to attend. He thought there would
probably be ten or fifteen persons present,
and that there would be representatives from
Foreston and Summerton. We forgot to
ask if they expected also to put out a coun
.ThTs movement will fall very flat in Clar
endon. We do not believe there are a half
dozen Democrats in the county who will
vote against the Democratic ticket; in fact
the gentleman above alluded to is the only
one in the county, with whom we have con
versed on the subject, who has said he would
not vote the Democratic ticket as nominated
in September. A good many don't like Till
man and .fought him hard, but like true
Democrats they will now vote the whole
ticket straight. If there are a dozen men in
that caucus this afternoon we will be badly
mistaken in the stuff that the Clarendon
Democracy is made of.
6.15 p. M.-The caucus met this af
ternoon and elected B. P. Barron, W.
S. Harvin, P. G. Benbow, J. H. Mc
Knight, and W. M. Plowden as dele
gates. Other delegates, we learn, will
be sent from Foreston. Very few
Best Houses to Deal With.
As handsome a line of furniture as can
be found anywhere can be seen at the exten
sive establishment of Jos. F. Norris, Charles -
ton. If in want of furniture it will pay you
tc get his prices.
Gen. A. Schiffley has opened up a large
sale stable in Charleston, and he offers first
class horses and mules at remackably low
prices. Sec advertisement.
WI. J. Black, one of the oldest men in the
stock business, announces to the people of
this county that he has removed to corner of
Market and Church streets, Charleston. His
stacles are full of horses and mules.
Arthur L. Macbeth. of Charleston, claims
to be the only colored photographer in the
State, and he does fine work at the lowest
prices. Give him a call when in Charleston.
Our Greeleyville Letter.
GREz.ErvnLF, Oct. 3.-The pohticalcam
paign has ended, and so haye the dog days.
The mocking bird sings inerrily, in utter ig
norance of the whereabouts of the candi
date or the dog star. I agree with you en-*
tirely as to the action of the executive coma
mittee in this county. But you don't know,
perhaps, that the idea is to go with the ma
jority. even though the laws and regulations
have to be disregarded.
Mr. Win. Cooper and Mr. F. Marion Brit
ton were active members of the farmers'
movement in this county when there was
no politics nor Tillmanismn in it. Mr. Brit
ton was the first vice president of the coun
ty association; Mr. Cooper was formerly a
member of the legislature. They are both
left out of the offices they were seeking.
Tilmanismn has left tbe farmers' movement
"in the vocative," as the schoolboys used to
The weather for weeks past has been very
unfavorable to cotton in the pods and pea
vine bay cut and ungathered. The latter
will not be totally ruined however, left to
dry before housing it will be fair forage.
Horses and cattle, with a sufficiency of con
entrated food, still need bulky provender,
and this the pea vine hay will furnish.
The ladies of the Mount Hope Baptist
church recently furnished a supper at this
place for the purpose of raising money with
which to purchase an organ for the church.
They realized nearly fifty dollars.
There has been a young men's prayer
meeting organized at New Market Metho
dist church. At this church and also at
Richmond Presbyterian church there is a
Miss Lucilla Montgomery has been ill for
some time past.
It is said of a lady of this county that her
birthday occurs only once every four years,
while an old man of..this place declares he
never had but one in his life, and has no
recollection of that one.
We sincerely sympathizewvith the paren ts
of those children who recently fell into wells
of water. Cannot something be done to
prevent such accidents? The board of
health, or the town council, or the parents
themselves should take the matter in hand.
It would never do to yoke or hobble the
children, and perhaps the next surest plan
would he to fill the wells with earth.
STATE OF OHio, C IrY OF TOLEDO, I
FRaxx J. CHENEY makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J. CHE
NEY & Co., doing business in the cty of Tlo
le o, county and State aforesaid, and that
said firm will pay the sum of ONE HULN
DRED DOLLARS for each and every case
of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's
catarrh cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 6th day of Dec. A. D. 1886.
A. W. GLE ASON,
SE AL L SoIy I'h4lic.
Hall's catarrh cure is taken internally and
acts directly on the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. Send for testimonials,
free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
t Looks Likeai Independent Ticket ill
be Put Ont.
Cot.rnu, Oet. 6. There is now no mis
aking the political situation in th. State.
[o-day there appeared on the register of the
Iotel JTronie this legend: "'. W. Wood
vard, Roekton, for ilaskell." With hiII
-amie others andl the ranks finally swelled to
;eventeeni, whose namies ca.n be found be
ow. A long conference was held in Judge A.
a. 1askell's oflie, the only official result (f
Vhich is contained in the folloing," iven
o the prcss at eleven o'clock to-nmght:
Cormma, S. C., Oct. (;, 1b'10.
To the Democrats of South Carolina:- In
urtherance of the patriotic cdl by the Deni
crats of Marion county, inviting delegates
If Straightout Denuoerats from every county
n ihe State, who are ready to nominate a
icket for State officers, to assemble at Col
aLmbia, at 8 r. :u., on the 9th instnt, we the
indersignet in behalf of the counties of
Sumter, %'larendon, Kershaw, Fairtield,
Union, Williamsburg, Orange buirg Charles
on, Florence, and Richland, having been
instructed to second said call provide for c
the assembly of said convention, do now
join in the call, urging upon all true Demo
rats, who cling to the records of 187G; and 1
lesire to preserve the principles of govern-i
tuent vindicated in that meniorable strug
le, equal and just observance of the rights
ind promotion of the peace and prosperity
f all people of the State, that they meet to- I
gether at the appointed time and place to
elect and nominate a ticket pledged to sup
port and defend these principles and the
good faime of our party and State.
1. D. Blanding. Jas. W. Barnwell,
T. W. Woodward, Jas. A. Petcrkin,
James Munroe, W. A. Ancrum,
E. B. Ragsdale. Edwin Harper,
Uha. A. Douglas, E. W. Johnson,
R. N. O'Bear, W. H. Plowden,
S. M. Haynesworth, J. W. Hanahan,
W. L. Lyles, R. W. Shand,
A. C. Haskell.
Lead Poison Cured.
I am a painter by trade. Three
years ago I had a bad case of lead
poison, caused by using rubber paint.
[was cured in a short time by S. S. S.
The medicine drove the poison out
through the pores of the skin. When
[first commenced taking S. S. S., my
ystem was sc saturated with poison
that my underclothes were colored by
he paint being worked out by the
medicine through the. pores of my
skin. I was cured entirely by S. S. E
3. I took nothing else, and have had
ao return since.
C. Pum LrK.., Waynesville, 0.
Our Little Child.
Our little girl, Jessie, had scrofula
For six years. . We tried the best phy
icians of New- York and Philadelphia;
also Hot Springs, Ark., without avail.
Swift's Specific, (S. S. S.) cured her.
D. B. WAGNm, Water Valley, Miss.
Treatise on blood and skin diseases wailed
ree. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Independents in Horry.
CONWAY, Oct. 6.-The Straightonts held a I
meeting here to-day. There were two per
sons here from each voting precinct except
Martins Hill, Greensea, and Little River.
on. E. D. Richardson' was elected chair
man, and J. M. Oliver secretary. Col. C. P. t
Quattlebaum was calleid upon to state the i
bject of the meeting. At this stage of the I
proceedings the doors were closed.
They elected the following as delegates to
attend the State convention of the "Straight
outs," which meets in Columbia Oct. uth:
B. L. Beaty, J. R. Cooper, B. G. Collins, J.
R. Suggs, David Rabon, and Henry Har
They nominated a county ticket, comp)osed
of the present officers, except Henry H~ar-1
dee, in place of Win. E. Hardwick, probatei
judge; and Jas. R~. Parker, for county audit-1
or, in place of J1. P. Derhami. Some expect<
the Republicans to endorse this ticket when
their convention meets Oct. 11..)
A BEAU'OF 1829.
When grandpa went a-wooing,
He wore. a satin vest,
A trail of running roses
Embroidered on the breast.
The pattern of his trousers,
His linen, white and fine,
Were all the latest lashion
In eighteen twenty-nine.
Grandpa was a fine looking young fellow
then, so the old ladies say, and he is a fine
looking old gentleman now. For the past
score of years he has been a firm believer in
the merits of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. "It renewed m'y youth," he fre
quently says. It is the only blood purifier
and liver invigorator guaranteed to benefit
orure, or money promptly refunded. It
cures liver disease, dyspepsia, scrofulous
sores, skin eruptions, and all diseases of the
blood. For lingering coughs and consumup
tion (which is lung scrofula in its early
stages) it is an unparalleled remedy.
Charles Chapman, father of Ex-Postmaster
Chapman, was a lawvyer, keen, witty, and<
;uccessful. On one occasion a Baptist win-<
ister came before him as a witness, and
U'hapman asked him what his business was. (
"1 am an humble candle of the Lord," re
plied the parson.t
"Yes, I see," said Chapmna, "'a dipped
W. F.-OSTENDORFF, 223 Meeting St.,
'harleston, S. C., offers the Daisy Road Cart
For $12.50; the Pans' Road Cart for $14.00:
the Cortland Road Cart for $22.00; the Altickt"
Road Cart for $25.00; the Villa Ph~eton Lazy
back Cart for $25.00; Buggy Hainess $G.00
per set and upwards.
Following is a list of the names of juirors.
:iran to-day for the next term of court to
e held in Manning, Oct 13th:
Taylor Stukes, D M Bell,t
F We-ley Strange, Marion Brock (col.) t
F C Gibbons, W E Lavinder, p
W T P Sprott, W T Touchberry,
no SCole, E JBuddin,
L B Mellette, Thos Wilson,
U K Howle, L E Gibbon,
R S Harvin, J D Beatson,
Dr A Ji White, T W Jones,
3 T Worshaw, J J Harvin,
[ley Hudnal, D I Burgess,
F W T.louchberry, D D McIonald,
SD Richardson, Juo C Mauning,
J Carraway, R J1 Cosk rey,
F H Timmnons, L Motte Ragin,
r G June, A Boykin,
Fas A Burgess, JT J Conyers, Sr.,
F WV Hilton, R R Briggs.
What is Scrofula
It is that imipurity in the blood, which, acumu
lating in the glands of the neck, produces un
sightly lumps or swellings; which causes painful
running sores on the arms, legs, or feet; which
developes ulcers in the eyes, ears, or nose, often
causing blindness or deafness; which is the origin
of pimples, cancerous growths, or many other
manifestations usually ascribed to " humors."
It Is a more formidable enemy than consumnptioni
or cancer alone, for scrofula combines the worst
possible features of both. Being the most ancient,
it is the most general of alt diseases or affections,
for very few persons are entirely free from it.
How can it be cured ? By taking Hood's Sarsa
parilla, which, by the cures It has accomplished,
often when other medicines have failed, has
proven itself to be a potent and peculiar medicine
for this disease. For all affections of the blood
Hood's sarsaparilais unequalled, and some of the
cures it has effected are really wonderful. If you
suffer from scrofula In any of Its various forms,
be sure to give Hood's Sarsaparilla a trial.
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by C. I. HOOD & CO., A&pothecarnes, Lowell, Mass.
S100 Doses One Dollar :
W. J. Black,
semoved to coin. .Market &\ Church 'treets,
3oth the method and results when 1.
yrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
uid refreshing to the taste, and acts
rently yet promiptly on the Kidneys,
siver and Bowels, cleanses the sys-I
emn effetuially, dispels colds, head- i
ches and fevers and cures habitual
onstipation. Syrup of Figs is the
)nly remedy of its kind ever pro- I
.uced, pleasing to the taste and ac- I Ir
eptable to the stomach, prompt in i
ts action and truly beneficial in its
f6ects, prepared only from the mostS
iealthy and agreeable substances, its
nany excellent qualities commend it
o all and have made it the most
?opular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
Lnd $1 bottles by all leading drug,
ists. Any reliable druggist who
nay not have it on hand will pro
.ure it promptly for any one. who :at
ishes to try it.- Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
r AN FRANCISCO, CAL, s t
LOUISVILL.E, KY. NEW YORK, N. Y Af
HAL D. GR EEN, Managerct
We have the largest and most complete .
ine of school supp )lies, .E
.ANK BOOKS, FINESTATIONERY, NOVElTIES, &. of
1 Sumter. We buly in large quantities di- iell
Lect, and sell as cheap as any house in the C
tate. We keep all books used in tse pub
e schools of bth Smteter and Clarendon
:nties. Give us a call and be convinced.
tsain street, opposite Court House,
-fc SUMTER, S. C.
FACTS FOR THE SICK!
Letter frca lent lii in Reard to
the aest edhiie d the It Wld.tcm
krt~rra, GA., Jan. 2, 1890. -Six months
go, at tre request of a frien w o was in
Srested in the sale of King's Royal Germe
ter, I made a written statement of the ben
fits I had received from theuse of that
nedicine. In that statement I expressed the
aelief that it would cure me entirely of ca
arrh. Within the 1a.t two monthis I have
eceived letters from every quartor of the
iation calling on me for further informa
ion in regard to my health. It ha been
mpossible for me to write privately to each
)erson who has wade this request, and I am
berefore under the neces--ity of making
other public statement. C .
I am free from catarrh.~ I believe tha-t I
ould get a certificate to this effect from any
ompetent physician. I have used no med
eine within the last six mosths except
Zinc's Royal Germetuer. My health isbet
LAN BOOKS ithsFnIN tit STTOE yearOs.LIES amo
n pSsmersio Webf inoraiquontitih war
eanseln syn chatsn thoeli hc
tae. Wxerieedl frookth used in the mpdb
hticshso ith Srugt aondaredon
>roniein Geiusa cland e Stated.
In el t, posbidty ut sayos,ta
av bfeen evew n mor sinali an Ind wodrflo
go, a tbeenahest o a rieondg wnain-om
etedousheaho, ngia, ad re
ism. Inwd a wtenrsaten of thiryyasse has
carcely had ard'eixempo from p ftatn
hediciae Ien thstgtemetIexreabout tho
aonth. WihA more clt tamntsormavo
haeved etersfo wtese.,very symto of
iens halngo disappear fuSheprs oa
>onainureard toa health l. It have ben
uadedsmany for oufed to wrt rvte t ahe
erefcire ande the tesiy of aking he
I a feefro etarJ. I. HelwtNt
PogtatFiste Bthisft fromrah.
KisRoyal Germetuer Myld healomthe ist
le thni asien qinkry eargis. Iio a
r esessihe apette iorigsion, hclear
bet cmpein, ayigntat the rlie, wkineyI
ae andxpenedl friboom theo the '
hatk strenh t thas body, tondroy tof
ear. inora and teritatefes. i
w eito be riva dut to saelr.h
Ifhyo e sfferftingwt diemady apndm fei
fh as bue, end ahsta lfon pined rmtr
:erfoats, edch erliadre aI
For hsal benh using' GcRoyaluermbout to
ompny 4. N. morompltet. tant Ga.
ae noee wichmked. oe syallom of
lecne has disapdiredtiosh acopanyn toe
ent bote. yoer ad i Maningpby andG
linine , and toestonby r.l oL.he
st aten ofSuth Carelinasivio
excti n hel-iving t inmene by Josep
prtJ.;reasretie aid Clarestion, cunty,
wilcomexioat Clregulatesurhuelie, kidMnys
ing, ain lpedily borns oomday the
ar. Fr dva and Noebter (nemaler itw)
se folwithog asril pery or aopeuch
Ieef uarsufeiencssr wth dipay tand pen
if es, end stampeeo for rthed tisear.
Formsaen byoeme King' RIalGe8: ne
arehd be F.-ic Fles one gotln Fo
T.h bot. For,5 sae inlann. yJ.G
J.nin &. Dorrl, adincresn r.
ScottlDigs, 100 __acresland.
Stae .o Sout Caolna
illeandtionsureee t ebyJsp
Mrs.oPos DysonTr4aaure larrnd. uny
wistlate Carero 1 crthe at. n
Samuel wihi lad hom. oerngtond7ney ti
Edwr J.lvn dcri~dy porslad. os mc
Esate Joh w ienss t payr a.
.. Mar):d, 95 acre s land.
1. B. Thige, 15 a(-r:s lan d.
Wscotn N.iker,.10( acrs land. ar
~,rs .ah- . H.; a-e laEnN. n
D.H S~iheriffn 1( CarelndCu.
Manningun.on, oe engin and 18 xur90.
-r.Puivs.nHack oer&Sl on
HA LSTON, S~h .
Btaktle, mortgagesZI, ioes, lls of
.Sadoherll blanfreale at l'o- i
.J. D. RUTLEDGE.
Keep in llc a. full1 linle
milli S'is. cratiles, cribs,. Illt-ti
equal to any kept in this orf,
[Y. If. R. Mehlau. well known
LS11lal atelltItenti to repail'ilig
L[I iitilie at Slolttest 110tice. 0
all llispeei t )li of ull vofMIs.
PECTACLES & EYE GLASSES.
J. G. Dinkins & Co. have recently obtain
the agency for ti cele-brated
jua Crystal Spectacles and
A in aldition to their already FULL
COCK have purchased a large supply of
ese goods, and are now prepared to lit the
es of any one, young or old, whose eyes
ed help. By the aid 'of the OPTOMETER
is is rendered the work of a few moments.
to quality these goods are unexcelled,
Any one whose eves need help should call
i J. G. Dinkins & Co. and be fitted with a
dir of Aqua-Crystal spectacles or eye
J. G. Diznkins & Co. will present each one
their customers with a valuable treatise
the care and preservation of the eyes.
led "Our Eyes in Health and Disease.
l and get one.
G. DINKINS& CO., Drugists,
Sign of the Golden Mortar,
MANNTNG, S. C.
Desire to call the at tention 0
At $5.00, $.7.00, and $l(
.Yow o laningy and Notions
Ptoesolicit edou satrton gae.
cl.onceroc and kepur oos streepl,
Me, andNi Gtema liin pCr.
IrsCo fl n nle t MaliIlive en
a gnvisil sto rean ouwllind braiie n
w stocki of -annan ol
inar, Cro kerl u os G asswe pii
Wnaeoden lsware, Goeis c
.1 rcry Ftock cannoiit 1, excelled lby
y~ .rchan:Lt in this ori any, other town,
.1 I L! a .v yonel bciy1y lning fromii
-.All that I as~k is
a if I ean snuered in gettingv miy frids
visit mc whenevier theiy clume to .\caining,
iri assuredi thai t I wcill meake iudoliir of
MA ON~i~~SN AC.,
DOE & T
IS IN ANID MANUFA CTUR]
)f Ibeds evals. .1lli Il-', hil'D]les. q(
s8es. bI'd S Cl'Iilgs. (!0f1lll. (C-lliet
INS AND CA
tl~lllfl' (0llnil. alld I Will ]iI
ill this eollltV as a skilllfill fid e
allY a 11(1 ll l IllIds of f il'lit ilre,
111ll's 1' v S 1)W aS the lowes
'A Profound Secret!
DON'T READ IT.
:But it is true to the last letter, and con
cerns every reader of this jonrnal, whether
Tillman or Anti-Tillnan. However, if you
are determined to read it, then we ,Ask that
you divulge it to those who will not cad it,
and we will stand by you, it mat!:ers not
wlo is Coroner. Now here it is:
Bultmann & Bro., proprietors of the Snm
ter shoe store, that old and highly reputed
house. have in their store a stock of BOOTS
and SHOES which excels all previous ef
fcrts. Anything in the .phoe line from a
heavy plantation shoe at 51.00 to the finest
hAnd sewed French Calf and German Cor
dovan shoes. Ladies, gents, boys, girls, and
babies, all can be suited from their miam
moth stock, and if they cannot fit your foot
they will make a pair to niea.sure, as they
are manufacturers also. They h.ndle the
celebrated White Sewing Machine, and car
ry a fine assortment of TRUNKS and VA
LISES. Don't fail to call on
BULTMANN & BRO.,
Opp. C. H. square. Sumter Shoe Store.
I & CHA
tle people Of Clarendon to the
.00. A Suit whic11h is decidedly
R. W. DURa
Carry a large stock of goods, and can furn
for miechanie's, farming im plenients, honseh
guns, pistols, cartridges, loaded shells, etc.
woodenware, lamps, belting, lice leather, gt
have on hand a large supply of
COOKING AND I
Of best make. Soliciting the~ trade of th
R. WY. DUIL
Fo: SAJLE I;Y
At Rigby's Shops, Manning, S. C.
One of the best, strongest, lighte'st-run
i g, and most lasting wagons made. Also,
oed earts and buggie :
Dr. T. L BURGESS,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
I keep aay on hand a full line oif
Pure Dtugs and Medicines,
FANCV AN.D1)'LE'T AU'RTl(L ES, Tl"ULETI
EllY, ClGAhS, GAIU)EN SElDS,
andi such article's as ar' usually kept in a lirst
class dru,.stor Jkee in tI a lineo
PAINTS AND OILS,
and am preplared'u to sell paints, oills, lead,
varnishes, lirnsbhes, Xe., in jinantities to suit
T1. L. BURGESS, M. D.,
E. A. TLN DAL.
dlS. wardroles, bureaus, bed
etc., etc. Our stock Of
ol'ders at any hour day or night.
xperienced mechanic, will give
or will niailactilre any kind of
t, and all we ask to effect a sale
FROM THE PAMETTO STATE,
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 23rd, 1889.
Please forward at once . gross Johnson's
Chill and Fever Tonic. IHave not had abot
tle returned so far. A good seller. I am well
pleased. W. C. McGREGOR.
* Summerville, S. C., Dee. 19, 1889.
I believe Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic
will do all you claim for it.
H. J. W. GROYERMAN,
White Pond, S. C., Dec. 20th, 1889.
I am pleased with the Tonic. Reports are
all favoiable. Not one bottle returned.
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 one returned. Gives en ire satisfac
tion so far as heard from.
WINGARD & BRO.
Guaranteed to be 100 times better than
quinine in the treatment of all fevers. Price
A. B. GIRARDEALT,
For sale at Manning, S. C., by J. G. Din
kins & Co., Louis Loyns, and Moses Levi.
ND L E R,
ir 11ai8llificet lille of
tile lbest (rOOdS eVer offered for
ANT & SON
iish nearly anything made of iron. Tools
old supplies, carriage and wagon material,
Also crockery, glassware, potware, tinware,
a bristles, rubber and hemp packing. We
people of Clarendon, we remain, Yours
L.NT & SON, Sumter, S. 0..
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
THREE ACRE L3T, BOUNDED BY
..Church and Depot streets. Five-room
dwelling and outbuildings new. Conveni
ent to churches, school, and depot. Will
sell in lots if desired. Address "D,"
Manning, S. C.
Notice to Creditors!
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
.iagainst the estate of R. M. Thames, de
eased, will present them duly attested, and
those indebted to said estate will make pay
ment toJOSEPH SPROTT, Ja..
to Qualifi'ed Executor.
September, 22, 1890.
Arthur L. Macbeth,
557 King, opp. Wolfe st., Charleston, S. C.
When you visit Charleston don't fil to
Lave some pictures taken by Arthur L. Mac
beth, the only colored photographer in the
State. Superior work at lowest prices.
Geo. A. Schiffley,
AND FEED STABLES.
30 Chalmers Street,
(CHARLESTON, S.- C.
;peFine horses and mules constantly
Charleston, Sumter, & Northern Railroad.
IN EFFECT AUGUST, 17, 1890.
North MAIN LINE South
3 1 2 4.
PM AM A M PM
5 10 UO0 Charleston 11 00 9 30
'U5 7 27 Pregnals 9 35 7 23
705 7 40 Harlevilfle 9 25 705~
744 9 0 Eutawville S 47 5 45
7 57 9 25 Vances 8 35 52
8 30 10 15 St Paul S 03 4 30
.5 :7 10 27 Summnerton 7 56 4 15
5 47 10 417 Silver i 40 3 58
8 57 11 06 Packs~ville 7 37 3 43
9 1)7 11 30) Tindal 7 27 3 23
9 20) 12 U00 Sumter 7 15 3 00
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.515 12 31 Snells 8 11 4 27'
s 22 12 43 Parlers 8 (04 4 17
s 33 1 ('0 Hlarlin City 7 50 4 00
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9 211 a mn Eutawvi lle 11 10 a mn
9 :12 a mi Ji-lvidere 10 58 a in
9 415 a mi Ferguson 10 45 a mn
T1rains 2 and 3 run daily: other trains
daily teept Sunday.
T1ralini 2 and :a have through cars between
I. W. FOWLER,
Chaleson nd nmt rn. Inna
Nil Wh KioWs
A good article when he sees it
and he will surely bring up at our
store, the headquarters for thl best
goods in Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats,
Knowledge is Power.
The ignorant man is led by -he
nose, by those- who devise cunning
and plausible statements.
THE WISE MAN
IS LED BY HIS KNOWS.
And cannot be caught by clap-trap
and big. promises. We do not do
business on the brag plan, but appeal
to the judgment of buyers.
We Invite Comparison
in every particular, of our goods with
any on the market, content to abide
the verdict of discriminating buyers.
We Offer Bargains
Which the man who sees
Will surely seize.
S. ER. CO)LF,
Suminerton, S. C.
Hq A. HOYT,
[Successor to C. I. Hoyt & Bro.]
Largest and Oldest Jewelry Store in
SUIMTER, S. C.
A very large stock of Britannia waie, the
very best silver plated goods made. 550
Gold Rings on hand. Pine line of Clocks.
Wedding Presents, Gold Pens, and Specta
cles. A big lot of solid coin silver just re
ceived, at lowest prices. My repairing de
partment has no superior in the State. Try
around first and get prices, then come to me.
You will certainly buy from me.
L. W. FOLSOM,
Successor to F. H. Folsom & Bro.
SUMTER, S. #.
WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY.
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