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THE MANNING TIMES.
Published Every Wednesday.
S, A. NETTLES,
EDITOR AXI) PRorUILTon.
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S. A. NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
Your Name in Print.
-Mr. Jos. W. Rigby 1. aves next week
for Binghan military selool, in North Caro
-Misses May Wilson and Sallie Stukes
left yesterday for Spartanburg, to attend
-Mr. Willie Coskrev Davis leaves next
Saturday for the Virginia University, to en
ter the law department.
-Miss Josephine Happoldt, of Charles
ton, who has been visiting Miss Lizzie Ben
bow, left last Monday.
-Miss Caroline Weinberg, of Charleston,
who has been visiting her brother's family
in Manning, left last Monday to visit rela
tives in Darlington.
Only or~e tract of "unknown" lands is
advertised for next salesday.
Big lot of fine wool and felt hats at B. A.
Manning cotton market is firm, with good
grades in demand. It sold to-day for 171c.
Granulated Sugar, 4 pounds for 25 cents,
The White Oak Alliance meets next Sat
urday. After the meeting there will be an
Call at Brockinton's drug store when in
Gen. Farley will inspect the Connor
-Mounted Rifles, and Hampton Light Dra
goons next Friday at Panola.
Thompson's celebrated glove fitting cor
set, for sale at Rtigby's.
School Commissioner Ragin gives notice
in another column that the fall examination
for public school teachers, will be held in
Manning. Friday, Oct. 2d.
10 pounds family flour for 25 cents at Ka
County Auditor Davis is now the hardest
worked man in the court house. He is bus
ily engaged making up his books to turn
over to the treasurer for the tax collection.
Call at V. H. Young's for the best sewing
machine in the market.
Trinity Alliance will meet next Saturday.
Sep. '2th, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, in -
stead of Oct. 3rd. An election of delegates
to the county alliance and other important
business will be attended to.
If you want a fine cigar call at Dinkins &
Co.'s drug store.
The fourth quarterly conference for the
Manning Methodist church will be held
next Saturday and Sunday. Rev. E. T.
Hodges, presiding elder, will preach at 11,
o'clock Saturday and Sunday mornmngs,
and at 8 o'clock Sunday night.
Willow were, crockery ware, tin ware, all
at the lowest prices at B. A. JohnSon'S.
Ladies, when in town call at Riigby's
There you will find a complete line of fall
and winter dress goods, and trimmings to
suit' Prices to suit the hard times. Call
tad be convinced. T advertise for the good
of it, and not for the fun of it, therefore my
statements must be worth their space in the
paper, S. A. RIGBY.
We are headquarters for everything per
taining to a first-class drug store. J. G.
Dinkins & Co.
The Cheraw Iron Works have established
a branch in the city of Sumter, where they
keep a full line of fittings, belting, and sup
plies. The machinery sent out by this es
tablishment has given satisfaction, and our
farmers and mill men will do well when in
need of anytning in the machinery line to
give this house a trial. Mr. Bloom, who
has charge of the business in Sumter, will
be found a thorough business man that will
take pleasure in giving estinmates and ad
vice upon any standard machinery in t.
market. Under the management of this
gentleman the Cheraw Iron Works have
made their experiment in establishing a
branch in Sumter a success, and\ now it is
one of the permanent institutions of that
city. Mr. Bloom will appreciate a call
from you and will give any correspondence]
For Other Local Matter See Seeend Page.
A Busy Preacher.
Last Sunday was a "busy day" with the
pastor of the Manning and Dudleys Bap
I superintended the Manning Sunday
school at 10 o'clock a. in., preached at 11,
received three additions, and baptized elev
en candidates in the font, after the sermon.
At the Dudleys church, at 4 p. mn., preached
-a sermon, in addition baptized three in
the font, after the sermon; then preached at
the Alcolu school house at8 p. m. Could
have married a couple, if handy, but did
preach the funeral of Mrs. Daniels the next
day. Pastor T. E. JASPER.
GRATIFYING TO ALL.
The high position attained and the uni
versal acceptance and approval ol the pleas
ant liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. as
the most excellent laxative known, illus
trate the value of the qualities on which its
success is based, and are abundantly grati
ying to the California Fig Syrup Company.
Assignment Sale at Jordan.
Jonn~ie, Sep. 19.-The stock of goods of
Mr. J. A. Sprott, who made an assignment
the early part of thne year. was sold at auc
tion on last Thursday to Messrs. G. A. Nor
wood & Co., of Charleston. The store has
been reopened, and the goods are being
sold out raiAdly._
Merit wins, as the marvelous success of
Hood's Sarsaparilla shows. It possesses
true medicinal merit. Sold by all druggists.
.A~nE Santee River.
WrF Sep. 22, 9 A. M.- At station
No). 11. on the Wateree River: Glange read
ing 5.7 feet; water, falling; current, veloc
ity per second, 1.6 feet; weather, fair; up
stream, no report.
CorrXza, Sep. 22, 10 A. M. -At station
No. 12 on the Congaree River: Gange read
ing, 2 feet; water, standing; current veloc
ity per second, 6 feet; wecather, clear; up
stream, no report; remiarkq, warm.
Acream of tagar baking powder. Iligh'
es fall in leavening strength.--Idest U.
iS amvernment Food Report.
FLAG OF LOW PRICHS
Is fluttering in the breeze. And as a inatter of
- Fact it ought to be
NilED TO THE AST.
-But It WYill Remain Where It Is
We Hav Hoiste It To Stay
Are meetim the ifite they deseve IIId we
give them no ler'e. There is toill to pevet
a man frgm asking' what he pleases for his goods.
He has a right to demand $10.00 for a $5.00)
horse. If what you buy is not worth what you
pay for it, the difference is 1iter1alV throwIn
away. You have heard
HARD PAN PRICES
andvou know what they mean. Iere is a strik
ing illustration of them:
5 children's satinet and cottonade suits for
boys 4 to 13 years old at
75c. and $1.00 Per Suit,
Boys' suits from 4 to 13 years old at
$2.50, $3.00 and $3.50.
Every suit above $2.50 guaraitecd to give perfect atis
Aged 3 to 7 years we have a Beautifuil Line of Kilt
and Jersey Suits.
PRICES RANGE FROM $3.50 TO S7.00.
An Immense Stock of
Men's and Boys'
EXTRA - PAN8
Bovs' Knee Pants froim 25 (its to $1.50. Men's Pzlnts
romI1 50 cents to $7.00. We have a iarre oIt of
For Men and Boys. which we are seaing dt 75 cents and
.1.00. Just the thing for tfhe farm1.
Clothiers and Furnishers,
OORNER MAIN &' lUBERTY STS.,
SUyMTERJ, S. 0
TO OUR FRED and A~CQUAINTANCES O
examine ou;r large m~d al -opite stoct Q: G( rlrn m
WVe are prepared'i to sel vo r ny' ing n o '''1', ' t,~ e
11em tn S theo
We have a large and Complete Stoc? of
andi eially ie Finer and U:-tie ra
Double Widcth blackl Cashnu-res, hoet, alpaea5. '>.
albatrosses at any price from 20e. to .3 7 . .. .
themi can be fouud in' silk gimps, brail. -'e.2 lM
suit the grades.
Delicate Shades of Cashme~rc and ;nfi e ~
for young ladies, from 25c. to $1.00 per yard.
Bright colored, striped and plaid cashLeer or children, at ay ri
24) PIECES FLANNEL TICOT,
(heavy weight) 38 inches. 25 to 40c. pr yar, .
29 Pieces Plain Flanne, : incs, from 25. to 8c. per yard.
20 Pieces Plaid Flanne1 Sun ing (extra weight), C: ir;ce ,
G30e., worth $1.00.
25 Pieces 6-4 Brocades, from 12 1-2c. to 1( 2-tS. per yard.
50 Dress Patterns, 8 Yardis Each,
Double-Width, no two alike, and entirely different from anthing ever
brought to this market, for which we ask only 75c. per yard.
Our Line of Dress Silks surpasses anything in the city.
For Trimming Siiks has long since been establishedcc. So we say
nothing of our present stock, only that we are ecident that it will main
tain our reputation.
fo vu las, 25t Fa00pr From east
W\hen hucl ing our stock:, we took~ i ry ennenon d ern
kinds of goods, and rest asred that w.e did not forget i C ,ride. ':
we hav laid .i3 a larg2er stok co
I'lece Ph. 2--- in -,- yan
at lowest prices. Ladies doing Fancy (Wr enn" a anyhn e ic
that line, viz:
Embroide~'ry Sil /e 1i :
iliingsilks, wash iks h
fringes a Dral ess i P a/l shade-...ik..e.. i.
Geroantown wir.. fraxoNyv wool, o
FOu in i Dide. at :1.25 pr in h.
Ou. O'l Do eSti.o tC.k.
is larger than ever before.
Outings, St pieces at 1 *'c. per yrd.
Ginghams at 8. 1, 1- and 5c. per 1:-i2.
Simpson's Silve Gre e inht at e., vro 7.
Chamibrays, all 'olors and prices.
Satines from !) to 50 pe yard.
Dimit les iu dark shadCs at 25c. per y:rd.
Table Damsk, Scrils, Cmsh. Lineis. C:mit he. Sheatin.. Piilw
Casin, sileachinm. Seasm a noaspua, (ss , Sir mg, be.w va;:e
arc m ark& frolc -)e. t o K.00 a jleeU.
Just ieceive, ..7 1-: noz. Core e
We can furni.h any thin in this lin :p ci . su:: .
viz.: Gloves, Hosiery. Em-broo.idries, Wilte '. . i .
and anything lIsc that you migt call for.
4T ,Of"T~T... a W~
We can seIl you Ges Suis from :. .. '
82.50 to M1.->.00. Boys' &it:s from 81.:~ to .::.c. : iwe a &re lin
oi extra Pants ?romc '75e. to ,7. 0.
Over at M'san, ine's s11: :') a'.1 ies.
We have a large s58: or hats sa. ca;s, men. .::na nos o. ::d priC:
and kinds. Our stock of boots :md shoes is surassed u> none.
We Handle the Best GoocIs. an~d Guarante -s:ction.
We can sell vou men's s's from 81.00 to . a o r
to SL.00; auiscss. ci:1arenf -, and m Lants at pn?es in' proorion.
We would ask vou -iso to (Alli:: our
These we seil at v lowigurs. Yu11 eal. also ' :yt
'We Vill p tue n i i r'e r your c'o
either here or at your n earst dcpot.
AV Orders by Mail promptily Lcttendedto mc smnples win 'e
sent on application, and 'satifaction teed al tis.
Our salesmen will t:ke pleasuIre in showi O : and m
prices as cheap as possiblc for you.
Now, thanking you for your patrouage in t -s. and asking a conn a
uance of the saue, we are, CI'N ery .epctuv,
AskC a compa:ison Of pr,*feIs ml Ismm
cesfly t.te Oulstn (p . urt as..
no e !Io1s, now an, i I fu tu1!re, i cn n ' d
nnumber of custorc( '(ic Selinsome v s.
co unty, and.' fr'o. joiin co'untIC bn nd
D Vde '1.r 1
qii per and e
S:. Eac ::y sees so:nething new. Novelties constantly
I <l is s i rrceived. Constant application is a
b ml 01. That which does not quickly sell is mark
- BT :TO SELL.
A ih have no openng days our store is always open, and we will
haeyu mne enany y. ani let us know if you can find greater bar
Our Prices are but One Way-HONEST AND RELIABLE.
Hari c, Burgess & Company,
MANNING, S. C.,
Next Door to Schwerin & Co.
S-~Inter, S. C.
~~Iv dth cta-c pleasure in announc
7s 0 w i!M7blst and thei
ihng to the citizens of Manning..v
Wv rk U I ! and Clarendon County, that
having returned from North
ern Markets, where wepr
e t e eaurein nnuc
chased a stock of
~ ~ .~I not i
I~I 3~LITcObaccc Os.
ci v)-s that _That we will endeavor to sell
I goods at as low figures as the
0 U lowest we beg for a call and
L J C -2 inspection of goods and prices
e n *e igbefore purchasing elsewhere.
We e pee a ittention Agency For
A s Aol White
Whieh will be received fresh
-Pe e t m r."gjare and unadulterated
G~ e i Liquors for family uses.
6,$ 0 ~ STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
-COUNTY OF CLARENDoN.
Court of Common pleas.
Peter Clark. Plaintiff,
tc alto C iiCarlotte Brunson, William Brunson,
Peter Brunson, Edward Brunson,
a p - iMarv Brunson, and Elizabeth Cw
?7 e l . get of F0rr0105tra and SAle
57 T .C
nt Ore Tf dW o
eCoii'twr :cy given that
Lin~N~S Pe Cark,-e Plainif, erndt
" - an s Cou:t wilt ip
hht tow tt Brinni, ltit. atr n
wl-l hors Brunsn, Edar Bronn,h
"J.- VJ)~ Ii day ronco, d 1 Elzbehg Cral
-00::-:: rb:rl y. - fJu m n derofsd Co urt
-1 sell:to theohighest bidderifo
: sa tr
the t rct of lan SitC.twitin
'ahour - o +ft- ..ade ,on onAythe
~, . 5th .y being es
SAll hJtdtmet orderof sitaed our
* '~''7~IoeSil nit aboestd as, an donan
'~February-thre91 (to mecdrect, n
* V '~~~'"' ~.A ii. )windsel to the n hhs by idder, fore
i'*~ gic"~th'ti ue stn d of Maning S. C. Chi
legal houl.rds of sale, on aonday, whe
5thiv i a J o f O erye, or891, lie;n sand
t~~~ All w-that racts of elatedo siue Win
said Jo-ehtot an Srat, and on tain
iii ~1 ~ in bout thiry-heed ( 33) oncres aou
rl oah : 1)st by. lRanfDr.A.MCC
Rihariff Couthnbyn uty..hee
onJoasLey ivsordi lve ad
vyuwest bylansE 17 LsatGE AND BenWa
I ~ ~ ~ jtrhgt e r mises furnieed byt
iS i'I 1 JoNeph f rt th Sr,oto foe Cuso
t~:. ~~'t~:j rasot n dda ed. onietl about
*. ;.r:. ..~L;~. i- ~ . the R DH M
K *. :u I.I IIt:..~ItS e w urni t ure. Rahr of usewof
-s nests. Ex 2cen table, supplEdS withoes