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THE MANNING TIMES.
S, A. NETTLES,
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Manning, S. C.
WOMMAY, JULY 2 11001
Your unae in Print.
-Mr. F. 'M. Stokes. of Florida, is visiting
vt Mr. M. J. Blackwell's.
-Mr. E. 0. Dickson has taken a situa
tion in the grocery department of -1. Levi's
--Mrs. Furman, mother of Mr. McDonald
Furman, of Ramseys, Sumter county, is
-We have secured the services of Mr. W.
H. Drennon. of Anderson, as foreman of
the TIMEs office.
-Mr. W. K Bell. of Hartsville, spent sev
eral days of last week in Manning visiting
his sister, Miss Enza Bell.
-Mr. S. A. Rigby left yesterday morning
for the North. He will take in some of the
pleasure resorts before going into market.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Royal, of Charles
ton, after a visit of seyeral days to Mr. J.
W. MeLeod's family, returned home last
-Miss Jennie Dargan, who lately gradu
ated at St. Joseph's Academy, left last week
for Texas, where she goes to live with her
brothers. -Suter Freenwva.
-Messrs. D. Levi and R. H. Belser were
present at a banquet in the Charleston Ho
tel last night given by the merchants of
Charleston to the business men on the C.
S. & N. railroad.
-Mr. James E. Davis has returned to his
post of duty in the court house, after at
tending the meeting of the State Alliance,
and taking a few days of recreation at Glen
-Mr. John C. Dye and family. of Jessup,
Ga., are visiting relatives in this county.
Mr. Dye formerly lived in this county, but
for the past eight years has been living in
Georgia, where he has become a prominent
and successful merchant.
-Mr. B. H. Harvin, who recently graduat
ed from the State University and has since
been representing the Atlanta Gmstilation
in this city, has been tendered and has ac
.cepted the position ot manager of the Sum
ter Book and Novelty Company, of Sumter.
- (oltwmbia State.
Rain every day.
District conference at Snmmerton next
The county commissioners meet next
The church doesn't roast heretics now,
but it fires them.
The religion that has no joy in it does
znot come from God.
The benediction usually causes a great
awakening in the church.
TLhe people of the Fork spent a pleasant
day last Saturday picnicking at old Trinity.
Yesterday morning Manning was visited
by the heaviest downfall of - rain of the sea
Rev.. W. E. Barre is eonducting a pro
tracted meeting at Zoar church, in Sumter
Mr. D. 31. Bradham has made an addi
tion to his tenant house on the corner of
Are you going to get married ? if so get
your wedding invitations printed at the
It is invariably the girl with the small,
slim foot whose Oxford tie laces persist in
The cause of much of the world's unhap
piness is that men mistake their desires
for their deserts.
Quite a number of persons from this sec
tion went on the excursion to Eutaw
Springs last Friday.
The survivors of Company "E" Palmetto
:Sharp Shooters will have a reunion at
Lynchburg on the 7th of August.
When a man undertakes to make a fool
,of himself he never mee:s anvone who
.questions his ability to do so.
Married last Sunday, at Home Branch
church by Rev. H. W. Mahoney, Mr. Jun
ius Bradley and Miss Mollie Geddings.
Home Branch Baptist church last week
gave the Home Branch alliance a plot of
ground on which an alliance hall will soon
An old well that has been complained of
for years as being one of the probable causes
>of sickness, was last week filih d up by the
No matter what you want printed, from a
visiting card to a mammoth poster, the
TnIEs office will give you neat work at low
Foix Rxrr.- A large new brick store, 100)
feet deep, with handsome plate glass front,
in the trade centre of the town. Apply to
S. A . Nettles.
Last Saturday the trustees of school dis
trict No. 3 were presented with a lot ly
Mrs. E. P. Stukes. A school house is to be
erected on the lot.
Mr. S. A. Rligby has improved the appear
ance of his residence by having it over
hauled and painted. He also has added a
very neat iron fence in front.
The ladies in charge of the dime enter
tainment last Thursday evening, are much
pleased with their success. T[hose that at
tended spent a pleasant evening.
Just received, fresh and genuine turnip
seeds, all varieties, at Dinkins & Co.'s.
At the meeting of the State Alliance in
.Spartanburg last week the old officers wvere
re-elected. Mr. J. Wade Kennedy, of this
county, holds the position of door-keeper.
Granulated sugar. 4 pounds for 25 cents,
or 16i pounds for a doilar, at M1. Kaliisky's.
Should anybody want to know if Man
-ning is a goodl town for business, let them
take up a mercantile report, and they will
-not find a healthier financial condition in
the State than exists anmong our merchants.
Buy your turnip seeds at Dinkins & Co.'s
Last week the chicken houses of Messrs.
T1. P. and J. H. Ridgill were robbed. Mr.
T. P. Ridgill lost tifteen fowls one night,
and Mr. J H. 1Rdgill lost tsventy-five an
other night. It was a bold theft.
Fres.h git edge butter, only 30 cents a
The meetirig of the Baptist church closed
1a4s Suinday ni''ht, whewn aboat thity-fivo
perso'ns werei baptised. 'The church has
bee greatly built up iv this mee('ting,
about sixty-tive additions having been made
to the me'mbers.hip.
Fresh lemons at 31. Kalisky's.
Mr. J. F. iradhami has our thanks for a
handsome present in the shape of a f rty
six and a half pound watermelon, which he
raised on his plantation near Mannmng.
We ho pe Mr. Uradiham's entire crop is as
fine as his watermelons.
Turnip seeds, all kinds, at Dinkins &
Co.'s drug store.
31. Levi is selling off' his entire stoc'k of
sumimer goods at remarkably low tigures to
make room for a heav fill stock. ite pro
poses to maintain the lead that he has he'il
for years, and merchants coimpetin~g wvith
him will have to sow seed thait will prove a
beneficial harvest to the purchasing public.
Ie especially invites attentioni to his excel
lent assortment of shoes and dress goods,
and on these goods he says his customers
ca sav money by buying from him.
There will he preaching in the Baptist
church next Sun-iay Norning. at i1 o'lock.
'.Ir. )arshall P. Murriy, recently chetd
to the peso of principal of the ttiaig
ite :nstitute. has deciin.d to accelt
th.- o iin
A protaetd mrting will begm Iext Sun
da v at Dudlevs Rietytist churchi, onIetl
h*v~ IZ V. T. E. .tai-per, who?' w ill sitI
li l,-. J. S. 3Lenore pastor of tli
G' orgetowl church.
JOe iL is, woL ht.st FrbThy completed a
Se-nteince in the county jail. immedi
ately re-arre.ted onit the cLarg, of grand itr
eenv. as one (' the partie'. chiarged with th Ie
st' llng-f mon1ev frot MLr. 3. T. Flowevrs.
A protractel m ueting is now going on in
t ethist church, conutcte 1 by l1er.
Ak. J. Stokes, of Suniter, and 1ev. W. S.
Stolas, of MIanning. The very disagreealei
weather this week has cotsderably retard
ei the mlevting, but there is much triterest
Rev. W. E. Barre list week condueted a
very succe-sfl rev.ival mecting at Lewis,
Chiptl, in Suter cotunty. Eleven mem
bors were addd to the roll of th- church,
and abiout a dozent Convversionis took pla
Ie was a'isted in the meeting by the Rev.
11. A. Bass.
For the past three months Mir. Ashby
11. Uellihas had charge of the T fs oi,
dIting imo.st of the work himself. We have
in constqueni'e been late two or three thime,
but now. :s we have secured the additioml
srvies of Mr. Drennon. the Timis nmy
hereafter b expected ahva:s promiptly on
time. WE have had to alnost abandon job
work, but now will be able to again turn
out any work with former dispatch.
The suggestion made by the 3AIuNsi
T'mis that several sub-alliances join in
having a grand picnic, has been adopted
by Doctor Swamp and Oak Grove. Their
joint pienic takes place next Friday at Mr.
Jeff Hlolladay's. There is no better way to
increase the meibership of any order than
by bringing the people together and ex
plaining the objects of the association to
them. Hence at these gatherings persons
ought to vo invited to deliver addresses.
These speeches would not only add to the
day's pleasure, but would also be a ay to
educate the masses on the important topius
of the day.
Keep the Town clean.
All doctors agree that d cayimg vegt-tation
is unhealthy. and calculated to breed dis
case, vet one may find on our streets water
meloi rinds scatter, d everywhere. The
town council should forbid the throwirg of
elon rinds into the streets, and instruct
the police to report or arrest those persons
that persist in scattering any disease-mak
ing Material about our town. If the coun
cil finds this suggestion iu practicable, per
1,1- it would ho w(l '1 ' th:a tmaeJut
prsons owning hogs to turn them out in
order that all unwholesome garbage may be
otten out of the way. Our town is as
healthy as any town in the State, and for
that very reason we cannot guard its health
too jealously. Anything calculated to in
jure the health of the town should be pro
A Dirty Dog too Tile to Live.
Theic was another small size lyneLing
bee in Salem last week. Morris Floyd, of
New Town, a white man about forty-five
years of age, was taken from his residence
last Wedne-sday night, and decently if not
severely thrashed by a party of six ma-ked
men, supposed to be his neighbors. It is
said that he is the father of an illegitimate
child of his daughter, that he continues to
live in incestuous intercourse with this
daughter, and that she is again enceinte. It
is also said that a younger daughter had re
cently to fly from her home to esclpe her
fathcr's hellishz designs.
After the beating Wednesday night Mor
ris ran off his wife and daughter, saying his
wife was the cause of his getting this beat
If the above tale is true, and we get it
from a reliable gentleman, the committee
failed to do their full duty.
Will Be Sent to the Penitentiary.
Last Wednesday afternoon Simon Scott,
a colored bov, was tried before Trial Justice
Timmons orn the charge of Petit larceny.
ie was convietol and sent to jail for ten
days. At the hearing the boy's testimony
implcated his brother-in-law iReece Charles,
as having knowingly received and concod
ed the stolen property. A warrant was is
sued for Rleece, and he was also arrested,
tried, and convicted, an-Isent to jail for ten
days. SherifflBradhamu, as is his custom in
committing prisoners, searched Rleece's per
son, and found concealed in his pockets a
pistol tthe one stolen by Simon Scott), a
handfull of cartridges, a slung-s~hot, a large1
pocket knife, a time tatble, and a lot of
witchraft articles. Another warrant was
is ued charging the prisoner wvith carryin
concealed deadly weap~ons, and placed in
the hands of the sheritY, who will at the ex
piraton of the sentence re-arrest Charles,
and hold him till the October term of court,
unless the prisoner is fortunate enough to
A Youthful Burglar.
On the 18thi inst. the exceedingly unus
ual crime otf burglary w~as committed in this
town by Alex Walker, a little negro abott
ten years old. lie had been doig some
work on the premtises of MIrs. MIattie Bur
gess, but on that day the lady was awvay
from home spending the day with a rela
tive. Ott arriving home that night shte dis
covered that her house was in a much dis
ordered condition, and an investigation
followed. It was discovered that sonie one
had cut the front blinds, raised the sash, and
effeced an entrance; het trunk, bureau,
and closets had been ransacked and pilfer
ed, the thief carrying away~ some pieces of
jewelry belonging to herself and sonic cloth
ing belonging to little Eddie Horton, who
lives withx her.
The next morning on entering the cook
room she discovered that. the thief had
built a fire in the stove, cooked some eggs,
and helped himself to the bread and butter.
The matter was kept quiet in order that
the thief might he found out. On the fol
lowing M1onday a colored woiman told M1rs.
urgess how nicely ?lary Walker's t wo lit
te boys hooked in their new suits the day
,efore at chturch. Mrs. Bargess's suspi
cions were aroused, so she sent for 31atry
Wa lker, and on imiquiry found that Alex
h d cartried the clothes home and told his
mother thatt the-v were given to hint by Ed
(i Iotrton, whiceh was impossile, as Eddie
was awa frotm home with Mirs. Burguss.
No arrest of the boy has been-made, and
it is doubtful if he will be, but the parettts
-hould be tauight a severe les-son for reee
in" stolen "oods, and the boy should be
~ut in condition that his breeches w.ill be
uncofortable for a month to conic.
Strang~e H~e iid Not. Serve 1Him1.
One of our colored citizens is exi-rir-no
in some trouble with his land1 rd, who
says that his tenant is several months in ar
rers with his rent, and will recither vacate
the premises nor will he pay the rent.
After several attempts to collect the rent,
without success, the landl'ord appeal-i to
te strong arm of the law, and a distr1 ss
warrant was issued last Wedntesday, and
placed in an illhe'r's Lands for ext ention.
As the oilieer, armed and equlip ped with
hs Ilegal doe'nment, was in the act of ap
proaching the colored citizi-n, all kinds of
evil thoughts lashed thtrough? his mind,
and it occurred to hint that it often happens
that un-n are arrested and thrtist into dark
an dismal pri son eelis~ by just such Strange
lookn" onicer-, rued w itht similar looking~
documaett. ITe oigt before hinm was
olomy- chtanking chains, jailIs, lienitenttia
res and the galtows, all loomed up before
hi-, vision, andwithi his mind freighted
wt suet terrile thtoughts, he became .-o
erous that his 'a dat extreraities b'ee'ne
ue untrolltble IThe nearer tihe oilicer
wold apiOLa'h tile faster would the color
d itiz ni le's miove, until he atnd the oui
e were bolt ahng through the town at
iull sna sp ed btt pulling Land blowintg
i~e untot the snorting of a lotcomiotive, with
thires resembinitg its he adlit.
At 'ast ti s coiored mn reai c he d t)x
swam' tp, which place proved a have of safe
tv intsmuch as the mud 'ast so deep atnd
the growth so dense tat the on- table "ave
up the chase.' without having'' seve hisa
Some~ h tu during the night intformiatio'n
wa iet the colored tenant. of the tiatuire o'f
te doen'men't to be served, and he retarned
hoe to await the further actioni of the
Every tissue of the body, every nerve,
bone, and muscle is made stronger and more
he., 1 t iiu Ht- oode's Sarsanarilla.
sca, it of d i in-ilin h;oui. t.
Sml h ti'- s are in de:,::nI. an we \en
ture, the~ -ts file that a .t l ess th:tna a dt
enl four. t o :x r.".I houses4 co::bl 1)w r.t1
at a fa-ir rent. . -fore tlw tir. 1:t' of' Se
t--ruber. If a n::wn wth a f0' . I ar to
NiO lrocret a elin. Ily Ilr : lO
h ie ks so'a'i e ii'' twn .
Thert a1re a nunilr )r linn uillin' Iots
in this twn that a bing phtnte1, where
as, if they ha-t bhuhs put upon thei , the
town would 1- benhite and'l so wuld Alhe
ownlers of thh
Lot-owners. thinik of this, and1, worki to
build up1) the twn, foras it ton improves
the pro"etiy in i inn -.in vai'a.;1l
those thata re' fiortimalite knug to own the
property will recei.:Ve. th, 4re.te n bn:It.
Ti sound of i1e1 idilutrioulis a iethalt
is now hevard :nI the uins portion of th'
town should be an int'.ive to tho;e .wnin
property in th.- private portion to in'prove
Licensed to Braxr.
In1 a formetr u1 of Tus T:.m there ap;
pearedthe fOILl- i : Mr. C. L. nau!
e.mn1ty to show a1 linwr copli thanl Lis.Th
.arwlr tha~t does so wvil!, bicense to
Last Monla; (neing apt. 1. R. lnd
gins, of Foreston. called at our ofiiCe anda
claimed that he is tld to the ien
He savs that a gentleman from .-uutii-ii-on
was at Foreston latly, and sp,'ke (a 1 .
Enanuel's eotton as being the fint-st ::1
coun ty. The Captain invit'd him to
look at his, and when they approached -4
first fid, which was young cotton.
Suimmertonian sail it was good: then thlev
came upon the second field, which broulht
forth an exclamation of praise. When they
arrived at the third fiild the Captain re
quested the geitleian to get out of the ve
hiele and to go through it, which he did,
and when be came back to the vehicle he
remarled, "You have turned him down,
and turned him down Ladly."
Thcirefore, with the above showin, Cap
tain R. R. Hu.lgins. of Foreston, Is hrtby
licensed to brag until solue other farnier
turns him down.
The Tolwi Lot Ownlier.
The town lt owner is a sonewhat ienl
iar individual. le wants to see the town
grow and its popllation increase Thete's
no doubt of that, for increase of population
and business adds to his w'alth : but as a
geteral thingo what does he do to promot' a
city's growth ? Is lie found at mneetings
encihl to consider enterprises that will e
ploy labor and develop the country ? Not
oftin. Does he subscribe liberally vhn do
nations are n-eessary to establish valu.labl'
industries? For answer consult the sub
scription list. Does he encourage imptrove
ments by placing his lot on tie mark'et at
reasonable 11urcs? Ask the would-be pur
chasers. Is he. as a general thing, a hou.n,
builder himself? Uis vacant prolpetv at
tests his backwardness in this respect. Tile
town lot owner usually relies on the ef'orts
of other people to enhance the value of his
property. If appealed to for aid will tell
you lie is the poorest man in town, lhe
will acknowledge that he owns " a little
property," but will not give a small portion
of that to something vWhich would double
the value of that which remains. The town
lot owner is not aiways pointed out as one
of the town's terprising and publiC-spir
ited citizens. The people know him. -
Col. W. J. Talbert is most thoroughly en
dorsed by the Alliance of South Carolina.
His actions have been approved, he w as
made a delega-te to the national eonventon
and was re-elected State Lecturer. lie
showed a proper spirit of scnsibility in re
sining when the oficee of lecturer vas. con
soldated with that of organiz.'-r, to which a
salary is attached. - (hh(l;I J.'Is5t~A.
Stunday Sechool Convent ion.
.lomaN'. S. C.. July 27, 1it1.
3Ir.Enro.: Pleae annlonneei in yotur
pper that owi ng to at protr'acted meeting
that will be in pr'gress; near Oakland the
lst of Augu t, the Intcr-iDenominationial
County Sand 'v-s.chool Conivention. which
was to have Lee'n held the '8th and 29th, hats
been postploned b' the Ex eentive Commiit
tee, and will be 1el -a1't Oakiland September
4th and 5th. Every Sundayv-school in tihe
county, of wvl atever denomnation. is re
quested to be recpre-sented by its superin
tendent and t wo delegates. and to send a
full report of the number of otnieers, teach
er, schmolais, average attendance, et'c.
Somne distinguished Sunday-school speak
ers and workers wi be present, and this
convention should be made a successfal
one. IIENrny 3. MooD, President.
-J. II. LEisNE, Secretary.
Dot'LzAss, July 25th, 1 1.--Douglas'.' is
still alive with good cheer. Crops " t
ton and corn ate unexceptioni'bly lin. Th:'
farmers are e-njoying the a may refrun
showers which are visiting us every da.'.
We have recently had a r' viva! nme tin.
at Pine Grove. which brough't ma-ny hiun
gry souls to Christ. The good wvork is still
The farmers alliance will me.et here to
morrow. J. L. G.
Grtains1 friomi Sandcy G rove.
SAtiDY GilovE. July 20.-We are all about
through laying by crops but ale sutl'ering
consideraibly for want of rain ini this imme
diate section. We hope, how'eve-r, to get it
soon as rints aire paisig about. The
swamps are very low an- qluantities of fi'h
are being caught. Picnics and fish din
ners are freqinent.
We will have a quarterly meeting at the
new Free Will lialtist church recently or
ganized near' Johinsoni crossing on the
third Saturday and Sunday in August.
Mr. W%. 11. Cuiry. of Sandy Grove, will
open a private school neal' St. .Johins church,
in Florence county, the 20th inst.
We are inflor. ed tliat the Sailemi railroad
is progressing' stowly oni ace- unt of thi
want of hands. GOnlyflour miles have been
built. We Iearn Mr. W. D. M1e~addin has
applied foi' the coIntract of cutting the read
wav' to the Puddin .imp road.
ilam sorry to '.ay our imiili from Maning
is becoming mor'e irregar.i Mr'. Eldit'r,
what can be dont' to rmedy-i this ti- m;~-e,
and whose fault is it?
It is disgusiin ti ii 'k eur Gov ernor
can scarcei y nlKe -an apintoni ''r a re'
iovai withoit critici sm or proaly lt n
through the coulrts, but it willI not burt them
so much whle:1 they' got used to it.
We have had a good deal 'f sickness.
Som...' a w'spapo.-rs are kiniting th:d Presi
dent Stokes. oftd :st~ic .\lliance, has
backed out fronm his chlleago to ter en
ator Blutler .to day at Pro.,perity for the dis
cussion of the sub-treasury lill, and fearing
that he woia be unable to c'ope with the
a le and elo pient se-nat'o', he had subti
tuted the Il'u. L. F. Livingaton, pre-idient
of the Georgia State Alliane. to co'ndiiet
the or'atorie~md battle with the s, nath'.
In case I' sidenit Stokes is nit at the
Properity meeting ta-dytit ill be no,
surri'se to S. nat11r 1itler. as will be seenl
IDxen Sii:: I wi-ic, iin -' th n stat
you are to i :i''e' &h propioQt '1 jroelity.
It i-s presume' tha thb pur)- e al
the igt po" b'
semt desirl 0that " 'i arr ' Iit'i ntts it made
shall be reipt ut by' debaterti-whoihave
conicittills bei them.
withi yotu :ith forl'yse or -'fio othe-r be
I sv iiys'e-lt o0 som ihther, be'ns 'o I ave
engig'e 'ents' wIcht *lai I y a Vttention alt
t t 1tme bm1 if I fIll toi et a.man to ils
ciss it w itL you, w.ill canic 'I ot -'r en'gt-e
en-i -and 'i--t vyou1: myslf.
[ j t~;i - t, .. i 1 2 jit 1
S 1,ot a
.\ ili . L~ia' .s l. I n V- or ti-i
I t t t !:tI w * . . I v !tid to have
teO tiw HI ie-i tt.n i the emmfthc oh-in
1The cib . I tt.' o t heu pro ol ltl tist
liigh -t:-iool w'' t aot N 111n g - . n the 21.,t
inst:m i. i Il t- t ' ch.r te:II, w - re 11
iti * 'il lt. I I v.;- till O v;' I.L tt)
Ne t i o d hin it.i.: : Liina t
It on, - t -. i i r r e - : a I ait
in., to a u . . r . F.
Jr., was lc vtl i :;k M-rttr , aIdi in-tr ctt d to
reueta ll t he it '1if 1th was.ociation
io rais l t f ie the can fjr the ob
j ct proposed.
Prol ne pted to ti. i lbttiver nis tious
juice o. 1dioria 11Cit i. .-oried ith the
m(i-nIiru.4o planTts4 knownji 1)b
iso-.iti b Il: 1Ito thw n ns :, at
genly~. wn -te kidne::(. !!ve anul o'fe
toalt nd huite::e-:,' an crngtitual
diCae n ior a Litrary Prize.
: -N. .3 ilCa 2.5. --ln ia ll'. ilnst.
testz ' for the. (Iy'.s enjoi~ymi nt to visito.
ul di bae su.:nred ~inlto L. t woet1 n two
sis ofi , .i uCh al j.tlt: . W 'ich is the
latin iseicabl to usC.amtry. Mney or
Eua t ? u " The q-t stion was oided in
Th1 by a:r .byh spctors to
SM . 01 .I.SN.
s100 RE WAR1D. 8100.
Tho r iaders of telt Mbr i , Tnm-s
will be plesied to learn tbat there is t east
on' dreadei disease that c as been
able to cure in all its stage , and that is
caturrh. Ilall's Catarrh Care is the only
poitive care now known to the meial
fraternity. Ctrhbeing a constituitional
lals Cat Cah i is taken internally,
atevig diestly uin the bld for mcous
.uacesOf therlsler, thcrec 1,-ftroving
thoe foumlationof e ds, and givilg,
tE1 paitienlt strelgith by bulilding up1th
constitution all sintitl nature in oi
its woirk.. Thec proprietOrS have SO mu11Ch:
faith in its euraitive powe-rs that they offer
Olne undred Dollors for any cac. that it
fails to cure. Snd fo r thie list of testimo
ials. F. .J. C. ENNE & Ci., Toldo, 0.
;i7Sold by rgm7: Z.
!ltev. Pi)nk Plank OnRang
H.1oss racin', deah breddern, am de
mos' detlusive ebil r b de present dav,
an' de man dat tinks dat a fawchuu
k an b made by reskin' ilve dolihs to
make five hundired, will niebbuer hab to
hire a s afe deposit vault to Stow a wa
his sparet Cash in.
1;1 LE' AR NICA SA-LVE.
Terh bst silvl in the world for cuts,
bruise s, sores, ulee.rs,, salt rhemn, feverl
soreq, t tte :r, chappdil hsnds, chillhins,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive
ly cures piles or no payL required'. It is
ganteediI p to give prfect atisfaction, or
oney refundedt. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by J. G. Dinkins & Co.
A SAFE INVNEsTMVENT.
Is on- which is Iuaran teed( to bring,
you sati.,-factory it, or in case of failre
a rturni of pmrelmse p~rice. On this safe
pLan you cin bui I from lur dvt e
gist abottle of erKin.:'s Ntvw Discovery
for cnismption. L is guarteeid to brin
relef int evll e0e. h Ien useid for any af
fetiOtn of or tHr t, chest, such as
etc.d Ita t is lsat tndlt agreablec tortase, i
These rli ais free atei J.G. pUinkin
larutinniation on th.ir merits.
ea . G. )Jin ctt., druC' dutg.t
MisiPrsnsTn WIs.dm a
Divery for)I enon, Dr.ie cn' New
diel tchat gs etl, ortthae bieen
Wuchluive-rsaseiacin. Parsons, he
'tate oetaatie tieva timandnwe
tand insidyet. refund then tmrhate nariei
Therews h har o twiner atnpd
parityprey ton teir heritontes.I
thro oG. theninprs& Cthrugts.av
ay-nThe inras cvt of Man.
in s h aros-sy tom so Adamilwar
tol thoe whhae sufrdmtisfotn atel
aWillirue-worleas istsn iasns heS..
wTc, he workndth olmafng-mae
blood tat l seasnhaveii thei sist,
has phoen o bein te most perfect
and initet. It theto ture
thos f the lethg ofinead
prepares II to ree he bountuies ItC
is11 th, also-, t' ature ttempts toe
throw of h iprtistathv
lais dirman iit c th g-huandI system.
Tios effrt. mai n niests itte intious
aictons. i ttappearanc4-et of bilsc
lcarunes anioer eutaiona.
tipeidtatonatuey Pidsane civ
an tat( tustworthyaaisista. iu St. S.iS.,
tblood an ~tre nthn tih I-e ss temi
hasrove NTof be1 theI mothprfc t
WhoI) Told theS he swnlr
I.tvelilf iu St::, ixhas aotre:re-l
flr in tlv iI et iat-Goernor WThilmand
farm, iiiii t no er y es 1nI for thao fyh
lorsone.Thegavern. L. ene [Mit e
Who are for the firs.t tiite to un
ergo woman's severest trial we offr
areindy whi if US' as directe'd for
a few week.s bef4ore coninement, rob';)s
it of its Piig Horror and RISk Lila
of both motnwr and chiild, as thou
sands who have used it testify.
A Blessing to Expectant Mothers.
AlorHERs FaEND I. worth it, weight
In gold. %Iy wife suffered more if! ten muin
utes with either of her flrst two children
than she did alto-rether with her list. hav
ing previously used four bottles of Mun
LR F ;END. !t is a bleesing to nothers.
Carmi. Ill.. Jan.. l:1i. G. F. Lot EWoOD.
Sent by exprus. charges prepaid. on re
coipt of price. fl.-0 rer bottle. S1h3 by ad
druargists. Book to Mctihrs mailid free.
BRAonELD REo.L-XtoB Co.. Atlanta. Ga.
No Family Safe
Without a prompt and convenient remedy for
Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, and
other Throat and Lung troubles. A bottle of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has saved many a
life. Nr,. J. Gregg. First st., Lowell, Mass.,
writes: "My children have taken Aykr's
Cherry Pectoral, for Croup. It gives imme
diate relief, invariably followed by cure."
"I have found Ayer's Cherry Peetoral a
perfect cure for Croup. in all cases. I have
known the worst cases relieved in a very
short time by its use; and I advise all fani
lies to keep it in the house."-S. H. Latirer,
M. D., Mt. Vernon. Ga.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists. Price $1; six bottles.$5.
S ECOND EX.I1IN ATIDN FO1 SC TIOL
I arships in the Winthrop Training
Siool, Cohunila, S. C. Open to irls over
l8 vars Ild. Gradua1ts ark entitled to
ten'ch in the schools of South (arlint a as
tirst grae teachers and ane it deand.
E1ach county is given two scholarshi ps -one
lv the State worth :l150, and one by the
SC worth $31.1. The secold compettttiive
examiinatmnii is ordered to be hell at the
couse of Clareiilon counity, Friday,
J.-. .Ast, at 9 .i. -t. Fir ftrtlh:r particulars
;1.id.ss, 1). B. Johnson, p: siint Winthrop
Tri'.iing School, Columbia, S. C.
FREE TUITION FOR CIRLS.
OicE SCHO OL COMMISSIONER, )
Cur~rasnox CoNTY. r
'Manning, S. C., Jtiy 18, 1891.
in accordLce with instructions received
from the Statie Superintendent of Education,
an exa-aination of applicants for seholar
ships in the Winthrop Training School will
be held in the court house at Manning,
Friday, Juiy 31, lj81, between the hours of
nine o'clock .- ut. and four o'clock r. -%r.
Owing probualy to the shortness cf the
notice given for the examination appointed
to be held for these scholarships on the 2d
of July, this second exi;nation has been
ordered, and it is hoped there will be a
number of apphlcants.
LA. 31. It.\GIN,
School Com ii ssioner.
Application for Discharge.
O N 'riE 13TH DAY OF AUGUST, 1891,
we will apply to the Judge of Probat.
for Clarendon county for letters dismissory
from the cstate of lobert J. Hollhday, de
ceased.2.\MES E. TINDAL,
.J. U. RW11N,
July 8, lei. Execntors.
Notice to Creditors.
LL PEr30NS HAVING CLAIMS
A iagainst the estate of William Morris
deceausel will preiut thema duly attested,
and those owing said estate will moake im
mediate paymtent to 1i. S. 31i1U1RIS.
July 6th, 189I1.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL PEIRSONS IL\VING CLAIS
?againlst the estate of IH. S. Kelly will
present them duly attested, 'nd those ow
ing said estate will make paymnrt to
Applieation for Discharge.
I WILL APPLY ON THlE 8THf DAY OF
AuXgtist, 1b91, to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarenidon County fo: letters
dismissory as excntor of the estate of A. .
Floyd. iceased. All Persons having
claimus against said estate will ptresent them
before thuat date. P. W. FLOYD.
0G,8, Hacker & Son,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Hih LoMS wN ER
FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIAL
IN YOUR OWTI HOUSE EEFORE YOU PAY ONE CENT.
Don't nay an agent $55 or $60, but send for circular
TH E C. A. WOOD CD., -*7 r..a Tbst.
GZIICAGo. 25 UN ION SQUARE.N. Y StMt Mio.c
FOR SALEt BY
W.L E. liit N CU. t1auni. S. C.
Gao, A. Schiffloy,
AND FEED STABLES.
30. C'halmers treeo.t,
CHT lPLEST~ON, S. C.
.zi'Finc horses and maules constantly
o YAL ICANSA NONEY
KNOW F U R N I T U R E
1]') ILRLHA:SING YOUR GOODS OF
Tj BELRITZER & SPANN FURNITURE CO.,
They have all you i l d i1 sh inl low pri ed idi1111. and expelnive goods.
Flower Pots, Wire S"tands, and Refrigerators.
caul and examine their oods and be couri eed.
~~5OO Fire ~SPECTAOLIEt'& EYEGCLASSES.,JSP . H.E
..500 Fire PolicyDin'Xins ','0. have recently obtain- A N A
* Plic Ied the igency fo r t>-, celebrated MAN _SG, S. C.
vollr F~arl11 ReS-idelice0 NSWIO,
FarmTh~idciccAqua Crystal Spectacles andJ0
Will cost Attoney and Counseor at Law,
Ey Gases MANNING, S. C.
ill nost cases and in addition totheir already FULL LEVI,
only t arenowpreparedtofitthe
$.eves of anonyu-orowhseesMNIG S. C.
need help.' By th e aid a', f the OPT031ETER 20'Notary Public with seal.
One dollar this is rendered Cie wovk of afew moments.
As to quality ticse goodts are unex.celled, ALLEN HUGGINS, D. D). S.,
on ml thi 0. CIERAT, S C
the hundre(I PRI.E Eanning every month or two
is P IEI O E A E rfsinly
Very little.An on hs-eenedlelshudcl71
litle nJ.G. Dinkins 'Co. and be fitted with a GR AND ANNOUNCEMENT
Your house is 1ot pair of Aqua-Ci~y~td spectacles or eye
at to burnasses.
apt t bur, 0 . G. Diukins k' Co. will present each one
but theln of their customers -itl a valuable treatise -FROM TH
ill ~it ~on the care and preservation of the eyes.
icalled "Our Eyes in Health and Disease."
andCall an get one.
you had i, 6.1 G DINKINS& CO, Druggists,Mltl r c D
you would )be in Sn of the Golden Mortar'
a decidedly bad fix; MANMNGt S. C.
if. - 0
wele IllilSl'l With Only
any of the by Ping St., Oppo i tae C t
Fire Insurance Companies IN SUMTER.
represented bWe have opened the finest drug store in
S.Suter, and bke this method of extending CHARLESTON, S. C.
yourlossa cordial invitation to the
would be promptly paid.
S. A. Nettles, ,Manning, S. C., represents Ponrii
some of the best fire insurance companies
in the world, tomvle us a call whienever they -visit this Upholstering Good& and Draperies of
* _city. Thcey.will always find our stock conm- all kinds.
i plete wh the purest
I dsnethepubic o kow ta Drugs and XeaiCine3. THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN THE STATE.
I desire the public to know that
have a large stock of millinery goods Also imported and domestic )Ierfumery,
and having received the encourag- toilet and fancy articles of every descrp
ment of the purchasing public I will tion, combs, brushes, stationery, the 1est Brussels Carpet at G5, 75, 85, and $1 per
continue to conduct my business asigar, and th choicest confe- yard.
-tioriery, in fact everything that a first-class Vle apta 12,$.0 n 15
heretofore, that is, to receive new drug store ba found with us. per yard.
hats and flowers every ten days. Special attenon given to compounding Ingrin Carpet at at 50, 60, 70, and 90,.
WSpecial bargains always on prescriptions, and we shall alwavs be found Per yard.
hand in our store, day or night. Electric bells on Hemp Catrpet at 20, 25, and 30c. per yard.
door. W. IL GILLILAND ON CO., Straw Mattings at 15, 18, 20, 25, 30, and
Mrs. S. 1. CLARKSON. Mona-han Block Suint r S. C. 35c. per yard.
Manning S. C., June 10, 1891.$2.0, to each.
MannngS. ., une 0, 891 ~ nr~TnI n~u~Q~f nr Window Shiades at 50, 75, $1.00, and up.
FrunrT)Iu DUG STORfE, Cornie2 Poles at 25, 35, and 5e
A. s. J. PERY. i. R. SinONS. R. A. PRINGLE. Fll stock of Lace Curtains from goo. to
FORESTON, S. C. $15.00 per pair.
.s ke Dw as on. l l Special attenYon given to all orders. We
Johnton Crws C., kep ava~y onL- a ful lne f guarantee satisfaction. To give us a trial
edLthe Drugs fori order is to come again, as our prices are the
Pe s n Aicne; loneynous.r tLw
FANCYAND TOIL ET ARTICLES, TOILETXJPOES aXWA
JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS, SOAP'S, PE!V?1112IFUZY, STATION- LI AIZ
ERY, CIGAI>, GARDEN SEES, Sec. and Treas. Manager.
S5andiadtion tortei usalreay FULLin
Notions and Small Wares first chiss drag SL ".. arofalykpti CHARLES C. LESLIA
sCI have jpst added to my stocka line of
No. 9 aye& 12Makt tret, PAINTS AND OILS, oeseReilmmsonsl~
CHARLESTON, S. C. and am prepared to s11 PATS, OILS e
eyLEA, yoAuNIoSroES, B wUSHES,
r .T.MCG 'fl i A5 DflOWN. ItOBT.P. EvANs. in quantities to sim: purchasers.
nee L. By NEthe S. aiDf.h9OTMEE
MCGAHAN, BROWN & EVANS, L. r.NETTLE , 1. . AJ 1OT
Consignments of poultry, eggs, and all
Skinds of country produce are respectfully
JO BBEs Shoes andClohin , LsAN IN G S. C.
JW Ntar Pulicwit 31,a891
Domestc Cheni~al, & howLcses oUGllNS D.2 D. o 4.,
CHARESTN, s c. _______- ____ Lv hrestonHERA, 516pm
Loi oe o. G.vDikins&oCosand1e2fited4ithm
onThe cean tor ILrestrvati06am t73eyes
CHARLESON, S.C. --NNING, S.f C.4
Dl'- ad Fiic Co ds Capet, gcatst ,araingivng ous hi kLy humtir 10 10 pos im 8h 25am
Wumer have openedsthe f0est dru8 4toreii
SutrOadtketlmto o xenig C L ~R 1039pm 854am
MattiPeopleClotlare IBS Lmaalmo r 1048p 90am
Shadegive ust a (callS wheneverhe viitti UpholsteringmGoods
city. hey wAl alwys finsournsock5cm-mallkinds
Any oders ntrused tothe ini wilet eth frhe pre;stoeurntieex* ai.taiyxcpSnd.
no impatorte and ostic peumery, .M ~noGn'~sege~et
to unil ou fancy athe ms of evey ep
A ? IVICI..# 0B13, Jr.tiocms, b rh nttorthe bestCaletn ier oter alod
trandso ia n the 1)5iitc oices. conec- ON O.U ~ ~
AND bEAL~i'. I aeca atento gven mascompundwhtisg Calso 5 n 50pi
prewdiptions, and ueshl canwy be hrewdL rgas 80 0pi
inurhstore dy orhem. Elcrcb L Holonl 3 i 5p
I keep ah ayLion handnarfull92ina of
T, -WHDESRHAL-~iivr 930a
iS ):ftrCvol. Ie erlybirBcauhesthlL D aret 1t 65, a5 8,and$e
Eait flay, CarlVelvet Car.peattatt$w.25, i$1.nlyiarndn$1.50
MANIN 1O~EL. chnt, nd ouwil e eHreGONp Cart at 4 25 ad 0c 2e ad
xriw OUSE.17uLsh atAN75,OM-1.25,L $2.0n0to 62.00pm 9eah
i,,. furitni. Bah roms crCornica L Poilesa253, 7n 450pc.
thene~l~ ra alrl (onvn enty oc- I '' (it *11 ? p p' o Spec uialaeton gie8t l 0rer. pWe
rerjisreaonttl. Ilii h uul i 1 * 'i I. w' d uarai nee st sfacion To ive 8s p rial
2I~.M. . ]Ul~;ESS Prj .it ~ j~ .~, ~,~ order. is to coe again, a u in e 8r 47hei
- - - '~~AN CY. AND' TOL ET ARTCLdES, OLET hol 111 , 1 ii 85
JOBBRSOA DR GOODSE~I SOPS PrdlnoFi I ERY, STATIN- iirgas 9a n 95p
an sucht. icle a ar usually- ket in Ar hretn 1 c n 0pi
Nahills and Small Wares, sswclasfdri8NsCIe. ANALE PO. BLFRAES.E
The nxt sssionwiilbeginthe I MuI it havetjust add tI te mysocka lin oL lri iy 7 5ai ~i
wNes. 49Hay er 11 Martead Shtreets, lesn : 'rt c)'it PAINTiANDiIL1 woegsl 11R0tailomsin elra
CHARuvn PLsp-TN,-t for C. an am1 prpa: to sell A I''NTS, oic ILS twil 1 0ai
leai t.eo AN cricA.t. i wN . . El tivN.int quatit en iu r puraisers.uon 913ai
able Good sad 'n ) prortions, H v MLM MEi~6\~ml Ct
valefamlie atlowrats. ate oftuiion ~ \t9)1 'L' JO el~ toi tueeCo stonndso poatyeggsll and rul
from$1.5 to I~t, acordig t chaat dinds eofp coundy; oucer tains rspecdfuly
tion. .MnsicO$icetJNor.18uth:0entarket St., E exceEastunday
cBarged eahppuoes nltringrA Ea.XTD S T IN'r1 NS. A.CetaDR nral Mnager.
N. 226 228 chira boar MetrugstreeJo-th, MnigTm jbolc.Lws icsNete tocadgthmt vieapl