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THE MANNING TIMES.
PldIht Ie (7Ecr Wednesday.
S. A. NETTLES,
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S. A. NETTLES,
M1anning. S. C.
Your Name in irint.
-Maj. A. Levi will leave Friday for a
pleasure trip North.
-Rev. W. E. Barre is off on a pleasure
visit to Bisbopville.
--M1r. R. K. Gasque has gone to George
town on a business trip.
--liss Clara Huggins left yesterday to
visit relatives in Timinionsville.
-Mr. J. P. Hoffman left last 'Monday for
St. Matthews. He is a very sich man.
-Mr. Thomas Wilson, of Salem, former
ly of Wilsons. was in 'Manning to-day.
-Maj. Marion Ioise, of Sumter, left last
Sunday night for a trip to California.
-Mr. H. A. Lowry is in Charleston, at
tending the United States court as a juror.
-Mr. W. E. Burgess, of Sumter, was in
Manning the past few days on a visit to his
-Mrs. T. I. Iawkins and children, of
Florida. are in Manning visiting Capt. D.
-Capt. D. J. Bradham was seriously ill
last week, but has sufficiently recovered to
be at his post again.
-It. 0. Purdy, Esq., and Colin C. 3an
ning, Esq., of the Sumter bar, were in Man
ning to-day attending a reference.
-Miss Sallie Burgess, of Summerton, and
Messrs R. P. and William Mayes, of Mayes
ville, are in Manning visiting Mrs. M. 0.
-Mr. W. C. Chandler returned home
form Charleston last Tuesday, where he had
gone to have an operation performed on one
of his eyes.
-Mr. W. I. Cole, accompanied by his
niece, Miss Fannie Strange, left Ianning
yesterday to travel through the country
with a horse and buggy to Keysville, Ga.
The crops in the St. Paul section
are suffering for want of rain.
The town council is having the
grass in the streets mowed down.
The reports from Salem give that
section fine crops and plenty of fruit.
Tares were formerly associated with
wheat, but now they seem to affiliate
chiefly with rye.
The spirit of '76 must have been
very tangling stuff since it made our
first day of independence the Fourth.
The saving, "Nothing succeeds like
success" was invented before
the modern "business failure" sy-stem
of succeeding was discovered.
Mrs. E. A. Ramsey, of Wedgefield,
died on the 21st of June in her 79Jth
5ear. She had a large number of rel
atives and friends in this county.
It is against the law for persons to
sell pistols and pistol cartridges with
out having obtained a license. The
new law went into effect the 23rd of
Owing to Capt. D. J. Bradiham's re
cent illness, the readers of the Timis
will have to forego the pleasure of
reading another of his interesting let
ters until next week.
For la grippe, coughs, colds, etc., use sytr
Tip of rock candy. horehound, and tolu.
5sue. a bottle at Dinkins & Co.'s drug store.
The annual meeting of the State
teachers' association will be held at
Anderson on the 22nd, 23rd, and 24th
.of this month. The teachers will be
entertained by the citizens of that
Fresh gilt edge butter, only 30 cents a
pound, at M. Kahisky's.
Trial Justice A. 3. Richbourg, of
Summerton, was engaged last Friday
in hearing a case of assault and bat
tery between S. A. Brunson, prosecut
or, and J. H. Kelly, defendant, and
the jury rendered a verdict of not
guilty. This case is a second edition
of the case that was tried in the last
term of the sessions court, where
Brunson was indicted by Kelly and
convicted of the charge of assault and
battery and of carrying concealed
Corwitz Sarsaparilla is the best blood pu
rifier. 128 doses for a dollar at Dinkins
& Co.'s drug store.
Sheriff Bradham sold at public out
cry last Monday 5,200 acres of un
known swamp land in St. James
township for nine hundred dollars,
.and 4,500 acres in Santee township
for eight hundred dollars. Col. Jas.
-G. Gibbes representing the sinking
fund commission was the purchaser.
He, also, sold a house and lot in the
town of Manning, for four hundred
~andl five dollars. This piece of prop
erty was sold as a matter of form in
order to perfect a title.
Granulated sugar. 4 pounds for 25 cents,
or 16~ pounds for a dollar, at .\. Kalisky's.
Last Saturday Trial Justice Tim
mons tried Joe Cash, a one legged
colored youth, on the charge of lar
ceny The prisoner pleadedl guilty to
the'charge~and asked the court to be
merciful to him. He was sentenced
to pay a fine of twenty dollars or
go to jail twenty days. Owiug to
the stringency in the money market
the young man concluded to serve
the twenty days. Joe Cash is young
in years, but a veteran in crime.
He "has served his State in the peni
tentiary one term.
A magnificent line of ladies' slippers at
Complaints are being made by a
nmber of the school comissioniers
that notice of the examination for the
scholarshlip in the W~inthirop Trainig
-School was entirely too short, and
that it was not suaisintly advertised.
Clrendon conty can make the samec
complaiut. The school commnissioner
received the official notice on Satur
*day, and on the following Thursday
-the examination was to have taken
place. The notice had only one in
sertion in the county papers, and that
insertion was issued the eveniug be
-fore the day set for the examinatiorn
It is very likely that a number oi
young ladies would have -appeare~
for the examination, had they had no
tie of the opportunity, and by no'
receiving sufficient notice not one per
on applied for examination.
Mfany poor people, anibitious of
social distinction, are kept down by
trying to keep up.
The town council are having the
holes in the streets and sidewalks
filled up with the dirt.
Dr. G. Allen H-ggins will be in
Manning next Friday, and will be in
his olice here several weeks.
Died near Packsville, June 30, Miss
Phroney Kelly, aged sixty-five. She
was interred in the Packsville church
The fly is a quaint humorist. He
cau tickle a man in more place, at
once than the best paid funny man
We predict that a new house will
be erected to face the Methodist
church in this place before the next
fall of snow. Watch!
The boys of this town have taken
the streets for a base bal: field, and
the council should instruct the police
to put a stop to this dangerous prac
Mr. C. L. Emanuel, of the Fork,
challenges any farmer in the county
to show a finer crop than his. The
farmer that does so will be licensed
The day "we celebrate" was cel
ebrated in Manning last Saturday
by a few colored people only and they
left town to attend a picnic at Brew
A high compliment will be paid to
the first person presenting us with a
watermelon. Those of you who are
fond of being complimented take ad
vantage of this rare opportunity.
The railroad depot at Lanes caught
on fire last night, but was extin
guished with slight damage by a
force of hands from a construction
train that happened to be at the sta
If you want to enjoy a good smoke
when you come to town, try one of J.
S. Pinkussohn & Brothers' World's Bo
quet cigars. It is one of their latest
brands. Read their advertisement in
in another column.
It would be pleasant to have seve
ral sub-alliances join together for a
grand picnic after the farmers have
laid by their crops, an address by the
president of the State alliance, and
other distinguished members to be
part of the program.
It will be noticed that the sheriff
will sell a quantity of swamp lands
situated near and adjoining Manning
on next salesday. The swamp lands
of this county will some day be very
valuable, and those that are investing
now will reap a golden harvest.
Rev. T. E. Jasper is conducting a
religious meeting at Kershaw. He
will return this week and begin a re
ligious meeting at the Baptist church
next Saturday, to be continued for a
week or two. He will be assisted in
the Manning meeting by Rev. Mr.
Gordon, of St. Stephens.
A reference was held to-day in the
office of John S. Wilson, Esq, before
Thos. Wilson, receiver, appointed by
the court, in the matter of J. A.
Sprott, who recently failed in the mer
antile business at Jordan. The ref
erence was held for the purpose of al
lowing the creditors to present and
establish their respective claims, and
to ascertain the amount of liabilities.
The claims presented to-day amount
ed to $3,834.14, and as there are oth
er claims which had not been pre
sented, the reference was continued
until the 15th inst.
Some time back the employees of
the C. S. & N. railroad while bura
ing off the grass and undergrowth on
the right of way, negligently allowed
the fire to get away from them, and
it injured the property of a colored
man living at Packsville by the name
of Shadrack Robertson. Complaint
was made by Robertson's attorney to
the company, and it was agreed that
the matter be left to arbitration. Last
Monday the arbitrators met at Packs.
ville to adjust the damage, and they
awarded Robertson the sum of seven
ty-five dollars, which the company will
EnrrOR MANNING TIMEs:-You will
please give notice to the members of
Trinity alliance that there will be a
meeting on Saturday, the 11th of July,
at 10 o'clock sharp, to attend to busi
ness of importance to those that want
bagging and ties. Other businE-ss of
importance will also be transacted.
By order of president.T.J oE
July 4th, 1891.
On Sunday night last Mr. William
Havnswort h, son of our townsman
W." F. B. Haynsworth, was ordained
to the gospel ministry at the Baptist
church. Rev. E. C. Dargan, E. E.
Aers, S. M. Richardson and the pas
tor of the church constituted the ex
amining an'd ordaining Presbyt ery.
Dr. Darga n preached an excellent
sermon from the words, "Who is suf
ficient for these things ?" in which
be set forth the duties, trials and
pleasures of the work of the ministry.
On Monday Mr. Haynsworth left
for Manchester, Ky., where he will
engage in work. He carries with
Ihim the best wishes of a community
that respects him and wishes him well
in the great work upon which he has
entered.-Whatch man and Southron.
When Higiins Was Another Maun.
Mrs. Banherton-I do so admire
your huband Mrs. Higgins. He is so
Mrs. Higgins-You must have met
some other Mr. Higgins.
Plant Less Cotton.
At the meeting of the Marlboro
county alliance last Friday the fol
lowing resolutions wvere adopted:
Resolved, That wve pledge ourselves
to plant only ten acres of cotton to
the horse in 1892, provided we can get
the co-operation of the Cottbn States,
so as to decrease the production of
cotton and so obtain a due reward for
2. That we request the State Alli
ane to call for a convention of cotton
growers of the South, irrespective of
class or color, to meet at -not
later than December first, next, tc
consider the same.
Cold, cough, coffin is what philosopher!
term "a logicad sequence." One is very hia.
ble to follow the other; but by curing the
cold with a dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
the cough will be stopped and the codin noi
needed-just at present.
Wantad, a printer who (can distrimtte and
st two ~ leys soid brevier a day, to
take. Charn- of the t hncl eatin
1of te 31:j' a T\IO is Ii sp)aper and j' b
offie. Mlust be hone1tst, sober, and as1se
of coninion stns-. Aildress
A . ANETTLES Manning. -. (.
SouM r~oN, July 7.-We are having
red hot weaither, soine rain but not
enough to satisfy the farmers. On
last Saturday the mercury ran up to
100 dearees in the shade. One of
our townsmen that night put a pitch
er of water in his bed room up stairs
with a piece of ice in it in case it
would be needed, and on awaking in
the morning found the water frozen
an inch all around the pitcher. Sum
merton can beat any mountain resort
for cobi nights after a hot day. [That
beats the Jordan foul th-of-July snow
tatle. -Eiurron Tows::. j
Mir. Sam Soarks is now overhaul
ing the residence of Mr. R. H. Bolser.
After it is completed there will not
be a piettier house in the county.
The ladies of the Baptist church
will give a conecrt in this place on the
15th of July, and will serve ice cream
and other refreshments.
Dr. R. N. Wells, presiding elder of
the Charleston district, is visiting rel
atives in the neighborhood. The
Doctor is looking well. He gave us
a fine lecture on last Wednesday at
our regular prayer meeting in the
Mr. H. R. Thomas, railroad com
missioner, was in the village last
Mr. H. L. Darr, editor of the Sum
ter dcanice, spent a night in the vil
lage last week. He was very much
pleased with our town.
Mr. R. 0. Purdy, mayor of Sumter,
was in the village last week.
Mr. I. V. Bardin, of Charleston, and
one of the directors of the guano fac
tory of this place, was in the village
Mr. S. E. Ingram, Miss Virginia In
gram, and Mr. I. C. Ingram and fam
ily are visiting relatives in the village.
The Sumter district conference of
the Methodist church will meet in
this place on August Gth.
Watermelons are very scarce in the
village and are selling for a very good
SYRUP OF FIGS.
Produced from the laxative and nutritious
juice of California figs, combined with the
medicinal virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the humani system, acts
gently, on the kidneys, liver and bowels,
effectually cleansing the system, dispelling
colds and headaches, and curing habitual
J rDAN, J ulY 6.-News in and
around Jordan is scarce.
Hail storms, wind, and rain. Thie
hail a week ago did considerable dam
age in some sections of our township.
Mr. B. F. Sports we learn suffered
much and several others we have
heard of. Mr. J. .1. Sprott was also
The farmers had a hard light with
the grass, and are still having it,
though crops are fairly pronnsing.
Labor is scarce. Both farm and
:ross tie hands are hard to procure.
Our neighborhood is quite healthy.
Prof. J. M1. Knight has gone to the
sea shore for a month. Miss Laura
Knight has gone to her home at Ben
Mr J. H. Burgess is putting the
inishing touches on the lower story of
the academy. It looks very neat as
e goes over it.
Mr. L. L. WVells will soon have his
new dwelling ready for occupancy.
Jordan expects to be well repre
sented at the Summerton entertain
ment on the 15th.
The colored base ballists celebrated
the glorious 4th by a match game be
tween the Davis and Jordan clubs.
Score: Davis, 10; Jordan, 47. The
Jordan club has never been beaten.
They are to play the Manningites at
an early day. and Manning had bet
ter be on the alert or it will get left.
Good, A ble, and Strong.
In spite of his position on the sub
treasury bill Governor Tillmnan is as
able a leader, as good a man and as
strong a friend of the farmers as there
is in what is now known as the Till
man party in the State.-Pece D-ee In
WIlAT DOES IT MEANY
"100 Douses One Dollar" means simply
that Hood's Sarsaparilla is the most econo
mical medicine to buy, because it gives
more for the money than any other prepatr
ation. Each bottle gives 101) doses and wvill
average to last a month. wvhile other prepar
atins, taken according to directions. are
gone in a wecek. Therefore, lie sure to g.-t
Hood's Sarsaparilla. the best blood puritier.
Wolkoviskie's Laundry BRuined.
So'rn, July 7.-Tihe Sumter Steam
Laundry was burned this morning at
2 o'chloik. The fixtures were insut'ed
with A. Moses for $2,500) and with A.
C. Phelps & Cii. for $1,000, which will
cover the loss. Tile building belonged
to tile Sumter Ice Manufacturing
company and was insured for 8;;00.
The cause of the lire is unknown
but thlere is a stuspicion that it. was
set on fire as thle negro washwomen of
the cityv have been very indignant
since it was star'ted, anid they' regard
ed it as having been started just to
break up tiheir business.
DI'CKLEN's AltNIC'A SALVE.
The best salve in the wvorlid for ('nts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheumi, fever
sores, tetter, chaupped hands. ci hilains,
corns, and all skin erupitions, and positive
lv cres piles or no pay required. It is
uirateed to) give p-rfect sa-.isfaction, or
money refnnded. Pric- 25 e'ents per box.
For sade by J1. G. Dinkin'i & Co.
(GAANTEED) C('lE Folt LA GRIPPE.
We authorize our adve-rti-t dlruig-.st5 to
sell v'on Drm. King's Niew Ileovery fir coln
Isutytion, (cughis ad cidds, upon this con
dition. If vou are ail icted with Ia g. i ppe'
and wdll use this ritmdy acc.ordin, to dirue
tins. giving it a iki r tial. ad exp eriene
no benetit, vont miitv re-tnin the bottle anid
hauve y'our nwn(1ey refunded. We miake this
oifer because itt ihe w onderfuil succ'ess of
Dr Kin's New Discove-ry diring last sea
sons e pidenm'il. Have heaird it no ease ini
wvhichi it failed Try i. TiL bottles tree
at J . Dm1kins &k Co.' druig .tore. Large
size 50le. and ::1.
Goodl look-si aretoe thian -kin de-ep, de
pend in' uinont a healthy cinditjo- o f all the
itlI organts. If the liver be onet'iv., yout
have a bilious look, it your stonnteh he dis
ordred vion have au dyspepttc liii k, and if
you kidrieys lbe alfectedl yout hatvie:1 achneed
look. Seente uood healhh and you wi~ill hiave
giood looks. Electric Bitters is the great
alt-rative and toni', acts diriectly, on these
vital organs. ('tres pimiples, blotches, boils,
and gives a good complexion. Sold at Din
kin & Co.'s drug store, 5Ue. per bottle.
Enrri: 31Y.x::i:i, 'To :- write to
say that myi% son, C(adct A. .. Urails
forl, of tlie'Citka-l. would have grad
untedl with his eluts onl last We ies
day hadi it not becin for :it atltack of
ille's whicel canie upon lini three
weeks ago. Ile lI:is iO(ieen very ill
(the dortor brouglt himi1 holie a
week ago) but I ma1 i glad to say le is
imlproving, now walkinig about in tihe
house. He had been selected oratlor
of his class, at1 had wri( ten his.:peech.
It is a great disappointment to him
not to "radtuate witlh his CIlss and do
liver his speech. He can't graduate
now before October, when the pro
fessors are all together again. His
class of sixty-live will only graduate
eightieenl. -ol iau
I beg vou will publish snome notice
Of this that his frieu<ds and the people
ofl his county may know how it is.
VeY triulv yours,
3r. M1. .. I I-,r ray.v Wih) 111n -t. D l ,
writ:-Ih- on'. of niy severec hemlacthes
:hui was iersualetl t rv Vt our val'iable
t Ihrai1em imdh-inie. 1 n-. ver had ay
thuing ti do mt so Iinch gol."
Rev. iii ak-Pl ftik oni Phiilosoilly.
PhiL ,sophy ain de love ob wisdom,
deah brtde rhern; but wen a ian gets
so plilosoilhized, an' so fond ob wis
dom dat heo beginis to iegleck his
ord'narv occupations ob whitewashin'
or cahpet shai-in', he sta's a Imighty
good chance ob bein' obliged to
pussue his studies behin' de po'
Condition vs. Theory.
Those who are in ill-health are
confronted by a condition; not a the
ory, although there are numbers of
people ready and anxious to theorize
about it. In ninety-nine cases out of
a hundred S. S. S. will do the work
of renovation. In cases of indiges
tion, loss of appetite and general de
bility, this wonderful medicine acts
with almost miraculous certainty. It
restores the activity of the liver, pu
rifies the blood andI builds up the
system. As a tonic for young and
old it is without a rival. Though it
is powerful in its effects, the youngest
or the oldest can take it with the most
beneficial effects. S. S. S. has behind
it a record of half a century, and is
more popular as a household remedy
to-day than ever before.
Needing a tonie, or .hib ien hat want building
nii. nitbl tak
IRowVN* iON ITTERS.
It is ies . .-: t'tes \baibiat. lndliges
tion. and 1li~i '11 dealers keep it.
I'se 1:all's Vtgetable Sicilian Lair Renew
er and your thin gray locls vill thicken up
and be restor.-d to their youthful color, vIg
or, aind beauty.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss. she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
(laenmElon Sun iy -Schlool Convet' ion
Enro hM.s i 'm:s. - te Exteutive
(C'onanittee o the~ counhty i nteir-denomiina
tional Sunda'-sc'ho l ais'iition me(t at
Snuertonl idayi. .June 1 ht, anid appoint
ed August :5;h ar I :2:h as t he timin for
holhng the counlty Siunay-school c'onven't
tion this year. 'The convenition at its
session in Thoainug 1ast sununuer,
deided that its next pltee of' meeting would
be Oaklan d. The executive conuijittee inade
out at prograiuie with the req~ueus that the
county papers ptublish the same, and
the father urgent reinest thait those
whse munes appear on the progr'ammte at
tend the convention and take part in the
discussion of the subje'cts assigned them.
Every school in the county is entitled to
representation. which according to the State
convention shoul be its suiperintendent
and twvo de'legates. Every school in the
county' should be repr'sented. The follow
ng are the subjects to be disenssed at the
convention, with the speakers:
1. Trhe ];ok We Teach.- R.:v T. 1H. Law,
of the American Rible Society, C. L. Fike,
State Sunday-s'hool organizer, Joseph
Sprott, Jfr., and D~r. .1. M.ulrgess.
2. The Du'ties if the Church to the Sun
ay-School.- 1. J.I Urduam, Rtev. W. E.
aie, Dr. T. L. Iugen
3. Is the ]o'ligiou Edu'ation of Our
Young People' Keping P ace With Secular
Education ?I~ -Rv H. \l lood, Rev. James
31eDowell, John 1. ]Knight.
4. What is the Relation of the Children'
to the 3Missionary' Ccmse? -Rev. J. C. IBis
sell, Rev. W. H. Wiorkijmn, RI~ev. E. E.
Avers, Rev. W. S. Stokes
5. What is the Belditin of the Chihdiren
to the Temperance Cause? -S. A. Nettles,
Joel E. Erunson, Grand Chief T1emiplar, ..
A. 31. Cannon 1, Rev. iJ. C. Brown.
Sunday-schoolo wil elect their delegates
as early as is conivenient.
Ih:NII ML MOOD,
Prs. Co. S. S. Ass'n, and ('h'mn'n Ex. Coin.
.J. H. Lx:sNEx, Secretary.
A er amu of tairtar baking piowtder. igh
et of all in leavninlg strength.-Ldes~t U.
)( N T'lE 1:'1TII DAY' OF AI'GE'ST, 1891
we will atpply to the 'Judge of P'robat.
for ('tar-ntdin county' for letters dismiissory
fomi the estate oif Robert J1. Hotlladay', de
eea,ed..-L\MES E. TINDAL,
J. P. liRO WN.
JIuly 8, 1591. Executors.
Not ice to C2redlitors.
a-tini't the estaLti oft Williiam t3ltrris
meiii ate' avmient to It. S. Mi l!t It I.
Appheaition for Discharge
WI~LLA APLY~~X (N THEll nil DAY OF
uiust. 1891, to the' du dge of Pio
hte fir ('lrndlon ('ounty for' ltters
isnissi rv as ixcelt or if ile tte of A. .J
:t~i rdi, ihceased. All personis hiaving
claiis agaist said e-state will I.resenut thein
before that late. P. W. 1' LOYiXD.
July 7th, 1sa1.
I otice to CredIito rs.
LL ERtSINS HIAYING; 'LAIS
agat-ins-t the estate of iry E. Pliwden,
ddceased, will pre-ent them duly~ attested,
'nd these owting said estate wil maike- pay
in~ht to -.M 10 )N
Te ')i 1511.
Who are for the first time to un
16rgo, womai's severest trial we ofifr
0V THER'S FR IED
a remedy which if used as directed for
a few weeks before conlinement, robs
it of its Pain Horror and Risk t Ufe
of both mother and child, as thou
Sands who have used it testify.
A Blessing to Expectant Mothers.
MOTHEr's FuLIEND is worth its weight
in gold. my wife suffered more it: tel nin
utes with either of her first two children
than she did altogether witi her last. hav
ing previously used four bottles of .\I1H
ER's FuiLND. It is a hle-sing: to mothers.
Carmi. Ill.. Jan., 1A30. G. F. Ioex woon.
Sent by express. charges prepaid, oi rez
ceipit of price. $I.50 per hot tie. -41ld bV il
drirgists. Book to Motiirs mailed free.
nIRADFI.LD REG:LAToUCO.. Atlanta. Ga.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Renders the hair soft. pliant, and glossy,
promotes a fresh growth, and cures eruptive
diseases of the scalp. Mary A. Jackson,
Salem. Mass., writes: " I have used Ayer's
IHair Vigor for a nuinber of years. and it has
always given ne satisfaction. it is an cx
cellent dressing, preve-nts the hair from
turning gray, insures its vigorous growth,
and keeps the scalp white and clean."
"Several months ago my hair commenced
falling out, and in a few we ks I was almost
bald. I bought a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor,
and, after using only part of it, my head was
covered with a heavy growth of hair."
Thomas Munday, Sharon Grove. Ky.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Prepared by Dr.J. C. Ayer& Co., T.owell, Mass.
Sold by Druggists and Perfumers.
Aamp letof Information and ab
stract of the laws. showiing 1ow t
Obtain Patents, Cavts. Trade
Marks. Copyrigthts, sent free.
Addres MUNN & CO.
G. S. Hacker &Son,
A.M C B, r
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A. McCOBB, Jr.
General Commission Merchant,
AND DEALE IN
BRICKS, S FIRES CL, L AN AS
T3 EnR, NDATRNESTNY . C
1ages stck b.~east assartmentrlest prices
CEO. W. STEFFENS & SON,
Grocers i Liquor Dlealers.
Agnents for the "Celebrated Dove
197 & 199 East Ulay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
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o th-on 5cnt o inr
J.II DI ,Popitr
o' insurane' wen yor roprt isn atrirue.
North. Briis WOOd Me, rca nt Fire
Que Fir '1e nsurnc C.may
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et. the voarg.t hoeli tecit, and thas,
ofingurthe whsti er been tortuy afre.o
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ernimprovemnts Contry.etd n
om-rs ieemsfranhe aCeompoain
ofit arn s.i Hase spraceous mpghany.
air C.aHme rmsHtand Codpaths.
KCo'ile iellnt.Thuropieto C opes
th strict tein t the ciwando hs
pins tho meiat ayear en ofarongen
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\KOW FU NITURE
1:Y PURCJIASING YOUR GOODS OF
IT ? BELITZER & SPANN FURNITURE CO.,
STlMi/TE3I1., S. C.
They have all you could vish in low pi-ced. miedinu. azd expensive goods.
Flower Pots, Wire Stands, and Refrigerators.
call alll eXamille their (roods ai I)e colvilceel.
SPECTACLES & EYE CLASSES. JSlHF
.50J. Dininus & Co. have rePeotly obtain
e ila-ency for th, cchlbratc-d MANNING, S. C.
V01r FarliS aesidelicecles and JOHN wISON,
will cost Attorney and 6ounselor at Law,
V011 EyeMANNING. S. C.
inmot ass ndl in addition to their alreadv FULL'_ _
ill inoA eases i.ST6CK have wirdcsel alarge s'upplv of LEI
only these goods,an(I an> now prepare., to fitthe L
- ~~~eyes of any one, young or old, whose eyes MNIG .C
needl help. By the aidof the OPTOMETER AONotary Public with seal.
One dollar this is rendered the work of a few moments.
As to quality these goods are unexcelled, (.AL]AN HUGGINS, D. D.S.
Oil A~nd their G* CHERAWT, S. C
the Dsndred p Co. and be ft t
veryAnyone whose ees need help should call
Your house is not pair of Aqua-Crvstal spectacles or eve
at to burn,asses.
alit to I)lrll, 0 J.G. Dinkins & Co. will present each one-FO HI
but thenof their cstomers with a valuable treatise
on the care and preservation of the eves,
in case it did called Our E in Hedth and Disease."
noua J, G, DINKINS& C1, Druggists,I 'lce,
you wuld e p1Sign of the Golden Mortar,
you would be in MANNING, S. C.
a decidedly bad fiN;
vo T~ E ~ ~lIlC he OnyExclusive Capot Bnu i go City.
were isured with W I M I
any of the
Fire Insurance Companies IN SUMTER.
represented by We have opened the finest drug store in
S. A. Nettles Sumter, and take this method of extending ChARLESTON, S. C.
Pour loss EYa cordial invitation to the
would be l)1olllltlY p)aid.
S. A. Nettles, M.anning, S. C., represen& People of Clarendonbt- fo aATTU hr coEY A AW
some of the best fire insurance companiA ,
in the world, to give us a -m1 whenever they visit this Upholstering Goods and Draperies of
Acity. They will Always find our stock cam- all kinds.
pte i ith the purest
RARE ChHaAvNe Drg pad an a aed uineS. THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN THE SATE.
-e:s: Also imported n domesticprfitery
Ladies'and children's hats, flowers, toilet and faucy articles of poerfuer, We quote a few of our specialties:
ever Brussels Carpet at 65, 75, 85, an 1 $1 per
laces, embroideries, ruchings, dress tion, comubs, brushes, stationery, the best
shields, tapes, fans, parasols, neck wear brands of ci hrs, and the choicest confc.oarih
tis aV in endere thior a e4a rpet a.
for laAies and children, Dr. Warnerts he i ng thatN HirstUclass D. D
drug store handics will be found with us. Pe ard. $1.5, $1.40, and $1.
a o r IC I OD RA E praIn Caetna a 50 on60 o w0
celebrated corsets, belts and Special attention given to compoundin a
articles usuallyo sold in a millinery prescriptions, and w shail always be found per yard.
ir o artlectclso eet at 20, 25, and 30c. per yard.
stake rol old rgadew s octo stok. do or. iV. 1 . GIlAND & CsOn Straw Ma211tting-s At 15, 18, 20, 25, 30, and
SG DMonahan Block, Sumter, C 35c. per yard.
The goods msto be sold. customsRns at 75, $1.25, treatie
calld Widow bades at 50, 75, $1.00, and up.
MRS. C1. 0. BURGESS allCornice Poles at 2an ge, o
FORESTON Full stock of Lace Curtains from 90c to
AFO ESTONN,.SC. $15.00 per pair.
Ikeep Always on hand arantee st.To ive us a trial
I desire the public to know that I order is to come again, as our prices are the
Weuhe Diopend hedifidrgsor inwst
have a largte stock of millinery goods CueARLaESTONsS.et
and having received the encoura- FANCYAND TOILET ArTICLES, TO
meIt of the purclasing public I will SOAPS, PEUlUME.Y, STATION
continue to conduct my business as ERY, CIGARS, GARDEN SEEDS Sec. and Treas. Manager.
heretofore, that is, to receive new and such articles as are usually kept in a
hats and flowers every ten days. first class drug store. te
ASpecial bargains always on I have just added to my stock a line of
hand. PAINTS AND OILS
Lairs. S. ch CLARKSON and am prepared to sell rAINTS, OsILS
Manning, S. ., June 10, 1891. LEAD, VARNIShES, BRUSHES, Iest
A.s..e Y. H.ap s fInS r .A.P INGLE. in quantities to suit purchasers. confee
L. W. NETTLES, fac D.9veythngWha a first-TIca
Johnston, Crews Coh , __Foreston, S C. Consignments of poultry, eggs, and all
kinds of country produce are respectfully
-WHOLESALE- Dr H Bd A. E solicited.
MRS.No. M.&20MOret BURGESfaStay
JOBBER OFN DRY DS FORESTONONS..C.
and otaions recid the WaesCcourag- N .C.Cnta i.H f 8t
heofore, ha t is,1 Mkto Sreets, DoencCeialewSo ass0 l halso o
MrS. S. AMnw v.KSON. I f*LMang 81a 75p
MAangC, RW Jun EVANS 1891.~
A. . T PERY.S. .GSioNG RA.ORINI.E
PTe rs baand giinhe, vSme 0 0pm 82
Dry oods Notons, Smter. PvarFUMsl1Y,0pTATION
andLsch aticlsnasare0uuall kep4inm
firstL clressodrug store.a
Nos. ShoesadClothing, aej Added of myarocka Ainelstn 120 of13a
CIIARLL~1O2. S. C. inantithes gt evuit, andrchaere lb st.GnlMn'r GnlSpt
l~e~~ s wo. orstin S.thloe Chalso.Sme,&Nrhr alod
Louson Chews & Co., ta nh~at oi os. u tcI ~ J 81
Uphoerteing GoodiandrDraeries o
L uotvle 8 few of mu 7pci09es
Dr aidVale ( 'BCruss ~nes Capta 5,45 ,and $10per
Oilet arCtltti.2,l$.40Ead $.5
UIID L~~~UL pe yanrtod.26a
Mattig, I v Sler rd.
don o oierwhn n oruntvlie HisLvemptCrpe 10 209 5 an 30.prmad
is ~teyo. heeary ir ctcesthe aw Datingsat 1,18,25 30 , and
cti',c bac M. Lrye~s bst attenionwpaeaourspatS wihthose o.otheranrd up0
chatsandyouwilFsull' ato k o LaceH Ctns frm9 t~o
~~TEWIOUSE.17 LAGE AN CO M ~ al15o0L Dargo 6air.
nefrntue.Bahromsfo uefSvpeckialtenongvnt 7l ordrs pWe
guests.Excellnt tabl. suppied wih best gueadrnsebutsastisfdctiohirtTbttonseLuSilvet7riap
ordin ~e s 8ocm 12in au in e 8r the
Ic en' lopes ,. note aper c Lo twviest.am 84p
-. '.';'s~.c, L, a d Sec.Il andl 84eas. m angr
- - -- iWho Ll'esnales 20ailCmiso Dealrpmi
9JO I)N A AD MYI L atlupJt.~s:O. ad p, eggeeArCharsinto 1olty 08 gs, a ll0m
JORDAN, S.kC.dscof countryjtproduces arllreipectfully
day |i n s ~teiband s ontinu fes, Cot Huiii A sI yrd cE lic O N s,. d Ar a Ce nta 8. 10 af m 3 5p
wees. riiiav, ntemedat, ad hi ele row hinisu atug I Mdc.ieFrectgn A and RAIuso 1100amB~s
Nos 4n 9 Hyne~ lie R1gulark oure tda, saesicelmies, and Sholcases ofaIN 2 t
ledig o crtfiat. uscseprtent orsfrar:LnLv Chrleson 9 15 a m r 6 a
dde-~~---oar c - ~ poue nin H I U i ~ LvTrailsns 8 n 2 a th g car 44 em
u. T McGHAN. A S.~ rates. littof tutoP.x orlon r ETANS.tw Lv Cinn e 8o and Fayete l 7 an run
roniv oestn 80 am 36p
'eut h Arofolumbents10c05Sa5m 10 0willm
udane.Fr urhe nfrmtinadres.n Thercal bargniing ouse ina Is yutr hous inurd If no se 25 A.
J. -~ ~p~t~~ chirman bard trutees, Jr.LtheIanningTmsjbofc.Lws rcsNtlsa nngd1 39t him to writ a o
d HARnTO S. C. umntthgraevt. andthererk.w icyfor Ays. GnlMn' e'Sp