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S. A. RIGBY'S BIG FIRE SALE.
$5,OOO Worlh I GOODS Thrili ie Marl al a Sacriice.
Now is the time to secure some Big Bargains for the ash.
Manning, S. (.
THj MANNIWG TIMS.
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Manning, S. C.
Publishes all County and Town
Wednesday, February 21, 1894.
Your Name in rMUt.
--Mrs. Lula Ingram, of Sumter, returned
home last Saturday.
-Capt. W. C. Davis, of the Manning bar,
is attending court in Kingstree.
-Mrs. C. F. Williams is in Manning on
a visit to her mother, Mrs. M. 0. Burge"s.
-Mr. George H. Curtis, merchant of
Packsvitle, was in town yesterday. and
tells us that his town is building up righ
along and in the course of a short time they
will show the merchants of Man
ning what genuine push means
We were glad to bear of Packs
vile's prosperity, and would like to see the
entire county get on a progressive move.
County commissioners meet next Friday.
New spring good<i at Horton. Bargess &
Yesterday was the last day for making
Mr. John W. Ridgill has our thanks for
a nice mess of collards.
It is now thought that the court of gen
eral sessions will take up the entire week.
-.A car load of first class horses and mules
just arrived atThomas & Brdham's stables.
Read Col B. P. Barron's offer to loan
money on improved farms in another col
Dr. L. W. Nettles has taken charge of the
Foreston post omce, and has fitted it up in
Last Wednesday night the smoke house
of Mr. A. D. Rhame was en tired and aslot
of bacon stolen.
A large flock of wild geese passed over
Manning yesterday. They were flying in a
We are under obligations. to Fish Com
missioner Burgess for a fine shad, which
he sent us last Monday.
The chicken coop of Mr. James L. Rowe
'was robbed la Saturday night, and the
thieves carried off every chicken.
Orange hams, none better, always on
hand, J. W. McLeod's.
When you come to edart be sure 'and call
at the Times office and have your name
placed.on the subscription list.%
Every Aillanceman should attend the
meeting at Jordan on the 10th of March.
A profitable as well as a pleasant time is
There will be an Alliance rally at Jordan
on Satrday, March 10th. Every Alliance-I
man tliat can do so should be there, as they
'will hear something of benenit to them.
Tonegroeg broke into Mr. Charlton
Way's smoke house, near Silver, last Sun
day night, and stole eighty pounds of lard.
They have been arrested and are now in
TNew York Racket Store- will sell
goods after Thursday. 15th, in the Baptist
parsonage for several weeks,
A colored man by the name of:George
Bozier, living at Silver, fell into a fire last
Sunday and burnt tosdeath. The man was
subject to fits, and it is supposed fell into
the ire while a fit was on him.
CoL Waring, %he contractor building the
bank and Mr. Levi's store, does not lack
for any information as-to how he should do
his work, and he is always anxious for such
information from our Manning architects.
- Call at the Racket Store for dolth and
The amount of 'taxes collected by the
ounty treasurer for -the past fiscal year is
$2.25,91. All of the railroads have paid
their taxes except the C., S., & Ni., and the
treasurer thinks they will pay shortly.
Rev. J. 0. Gough preached in the Bap
tist church last Sunday morning to a large
congregation. We heard Mr. Gough last
Sunday for the first time, and we were
ipressed with his ability, earnestness and
The State supremne court has decided
that chain gangs are unconstitutional.
udge Pope rendered a dissenting opinion.
The same conit also decided that .a jury
composed of six men is a legal jury ina
trial justcoOrts. To'the latter decision
the entire court agreed.
Garden seed and onion sets at Dinkins
Attention of our resders is specially
clle- to the gum roofng and paint adver
tised in our columns; it is ready for -use,
csily applied and a very low price-re
liable article. Nothing better for a new
rf, or an old roof ne--ding repairs. They
wll mail you a sample if you write them at
nce, and mention this paper.
Philadelphia red and-white onion e setts
Dinkins & os
Dr. R. B. Lo-yea, of the firm of Dinkins
& Co., has been elected, a member of the
examining for the State pharmaceultical
assciation. This is a great compliment to
our young fin, aonly such as stand
hgih in the profession of sharmacy are
selcted or this honorable position. Dr.
.Lryea is a first-crass druggist, and we are
glad to see his merit recognized.
New goods just received at the Radket
Mr. J. E. Green, of New Zion, called
upon us last Saturday to inquire why it
waa that tlhe Times Zailed to reach the New
Zion post office last week and the week be
fore. His question surprised us, because
we have always regarded that post office as
-being one of the best in the county. The
Times was sent regularly and should have
reahed our subscribers on time, and we
hope we will hear of no more complaints
fro that source, in fact from no other
source, as we are determiinetl to protect our
.ptrons, even if we are forced to the un
pesant duty of asking the government to
remove such post masters as are derelict in
thheir duty. When a man subscribes for a
paper he wants~ it, and when a post master
is careless with the mail he must be made
to uffr the consequences.
Tomorrow is Wastington's birthbay.
Trial Justice Richbonrg of St. Pauls, held
court in Manning yesterday.
A Japanese theological student delivered
an address last Sunday afternoon in the
Summerton Presbyterian church.
The contract for building S. A. Rigby's
store was given ont to-day.' Mr. J. L.
Wrenn of Darlington has the contract.
. Last Friday a lot of horses and mnles
were sold on the court house square under
a chattel mortgage in favor of Wulbern &
Co., Charleston. One of the mnles brought
Whenever a-suspicions looking character
is seen loating around a community the cit
izens of that community should watch him
and find out his b.isiness. If the fellow
has no business make him move on.
Gov. Tillman is being very severely con
demned by some people for pardoning
Constable Elliott. There is not one man in
ten thousand but would have done exactly
what the Governer did under the circum
I stances.-Orangeburg Times Democrat.
Fresh Tarbell cheese just received at J.
A few weeks ago there appeared in the
columns of this paper a prescription for the
cure of hog cholera, and Dr. Loryea, of the
firm of Dinkins & Co., te-lls us that he has
been called upon freqnently since the pub
lication of the prescription to furnish the
ingredients. Those that have tried it say
it is a sure cure, and is also a good preven
tative. Every stock raiser should have it.
and they can get the.ingredients from
Dinkins & Co.
Rev. James McDowell is at Blackstocir,
where he was called to the bedside of a sick
relative. He expects to return home to
morrow. There will be a nuion prayer
meeting in his church ti-morrow afternoon
at 4 o'elock. The meeting is especially for
the young people; the children and the
scholars of the Sunday schools are invited
to attend. Mr. McDowell also expects to
fill his pulpit next Sunday morning at 11
Fresh and genuine garden seeds, all
varieties, at J. G.IDinkins & Co's. All old
Manning of late has been infested with
white tra They go from house to
house and 'fox something to eat. These
men are, as a rule, hale, hearty fellows and
should not be encouraged. People-dislike
to turn a man away from their d6ors
empty-handed when they beg for food, but
in the case of these professional tramps it
is charity wasted. When -one comes beg
ging to your house give hint your ax to cut
wood and stand by him so that he won't
carry off the ax. If he cuts the wood give
him the food, if he does not, put the dogs
Manning CoUegiate institute.
The following are the names of the honor
roll pupils for the month of January:
Hattie Nelson 98.2, Hattie Harvin 96.5,
Pet Wilson 96.3, .Gertrude Webber 95.7.
Julia Mood 95.1, Bessie Gallachut 94.8,
Bonneau Mouzon 94.7,: Maggie Juggins
94.5, Cammie-Barvin 94.5, Mamie Harvin
94.3. Ingram Wilson 94.3; Oddie Stukes
94.3, Lucius Harvin 94.2, Lizzie Wells 93.4,
Bertha Briggs 92.5, Leonel Stakes 92.4, Jake
Weinberg 91.8, Blanche Wells 91.6, Evadne
Loyns 91.6, Corinne DuRant 90.9, Herman
Bradham 90.6, Rapheal Loyns 90.2.
The following pupils having made the
highest average in their respective grades
merited the medals for the week ending
Feb.2: Collegiate, Marvin Strange; high
er, Clyde Warr; intermediate, George W.
Williams; primary, Jallie War:; conduct
medal, Milton Weinberg.
Week ending Feb. 9: Collegiate, Lizzie
Holliday, Marvin Strange and Lizzie Warr;
higher, Clyde Warr, Katie Plowden and
Walker Holliday; intermediate, George W.
Williams, Richardson Holliday and Milton
Weinberg; primary, Lizzie ~McCauley and
Jallie Warr; .conduct medal, Eddie Scar.
Week ending Feb.16: Collegiate, Clayton
Orvin; higher, Clyde Warr; intermediate,
Milton Weinberg; primiary,' Jallie Warr and
Lizzie McCauley; conduct medal, Lir-.ie
Holliday. ~ . E. C. Arsunoox.
-To Our subseribers. .
ft has been the .custom of the Times to
require all subscriptions~ paid in advance
and when the-management rigidly enforced
that rule, the patrons were satisfied, and it
was found to pay, but last year the rule was
not rigidly enforced and a number of sub
scribers failed to pay up when their sub
scriptions expired. The result is, there re
mains now quite a number behind with
their paymenits. The paper has changed
hands and the present management finds
himself unable to pay out money for paper,
ink, and labor to furnish a newspaper to
people, and wait forever for his money.
We realize the tightness of the times, and
also appreciate the desire of the people to
read our paper. but in order for us to con
tinue giving-the people a good paper we
must get paid for it. We cazanot ask our
printers to wait for their pay as it is on
their pay they depend to support them
selves, and our other creditors require the
money for the material they furnish us.
We, therefore, make this announcement,
that on and after April 1st every name on
our subscription book that is not paid up
will be erased and the paper will not ba
sent to them. We ask that you look on the
label pasted on your paper which shows
the date of the expiration of your subscrip
tion, and if we fail to hear from you we
will regard it as a desire to discontinue
sending the Times. This rule we adopt in
elf defense, and it will be enforced
strictly. The proprietor is anxious to re
tin every subscriber now on the books,
and is working hard to get more, Lut to run
the paper with success it takes money, and
without the money there will be no paper.
Last Thursday night two burglaries were
committed in Manning. The pantry of
jir. W. S. Harvin was entered and a lot of
sausages stolen therefrom. Some of our
nice young men spent that evening at Mr.
Harvin's, but of course no one suspects
themof satisfying their hunger with Mr.
Harvin's sausages. --
The post office was broken into, and the
thief got very little for his trouble. He car
ried off abont a dozen stamped envelopes.
two lead pencils. and- three rubber stamps.
Phe rubber stamps were found the next
day in Mr. Weinberg's garden. The en
trance was affected by breaking loose the
iron guards from the front window, and
smashing one of the large panes of glass.
The breaking of tbe glass was the great
es damae, and we cannot understand why
the noise made by the crash was not heard
by the policeman on duty, for it must have
made a very loud noise. The young man
that sleeps in the building went to the
depot that night and did not get back un
til aorat 11 o'clock. He did not notice the
-broken glass when he went in, but we are
satisfied the entrance was made before he re-.
turned or the noise from the crashing of the
glass would have woke him up, even if he
had been in a sound sleep. The burglar
Iexected to get a lot of money, but in this
be was badly left, as the post master is
crfleogh to lock up in a neighboring
sfeverthing of value belonging to the
offic. The only damage thieves can pos
sibly do in the post office is to steal letters
and newspapers, and such things are of lit
l aluen to them.
Dispenser's Quarterly Report
For quarter ending January 31, 1894:
Amount of stock on hand at close
of quarter, Nov. 1, 1893.....$ 334 .5
Amount of purchases during
quarter to Jan. 31st......... 4,609 22
Total amount of stock to account
for........................ 4,943 7(
Amount of sales at invoice prices. 4.442 6
Amount of stock on hand at close
of qnarter.................. 501 13
Gross sales during quarter....... 5,822 41
Cost of goods at invoice prices
deducted...... ........... 4,442 63
Gross profit................... 1,379 7
Expenses deducted............. 363-9(
Net profits for town and county 1,015 88
Net profits to town and county
each....................... 507 9-4
Mr. Editor: The Manning dispensary
has been in operation six months. In ad
dition to above tignres, which speak foi
themselves, will say: I have been informed
by Marshall Huggins, that but one arrest
has been made for drunkennes in MaE.
ning since the opening of the dispensary.
He reported that delinquent individual,
who was promptly blacklisted.
E. S. ERvL\s,
A Law Authorizing a Tax to be Fixed on
The last session of the Legislature
adopted the following interesting law re
garding the licensing of peddlers. ea.h
county being authorized to fix the amount
of the license:
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of the state
of South Carolina, now iwet and sitting in
General Assembly,;and by the authority of
the same, That on and after the passage of
this Act no person shall, as hawker or ped
dler, expose for sale or sell any goods wares
or iperchandise in any County in this State
unless he has received and is ready to pro
duce and exhibit a license from the Clerk
of the Court of Common Pleas of such
County s6 to sell or expose for sale goods,
ares and merchandise in said County.
Sec. 2. That said Clerk shall issue licen
ses to hawkers ahd peddlers, to be good in
his County until th last day of December
next after the date of its issue, upon receiv
ing from the applicant such fee or fees
therefor as the County Commissioners shall
at their first meeting in January after the
passage of this Act, and thereafter at their
first meeting in January of every year, es
tablish and fix license fees for hawkers and
peddlers in their County; and it shall be
the duty of the County Commissioners to
fix and establish the said license fees in the
several Counties of this state. And each
license shallspecify the sum paid therefor
and the privileges granted thereby
Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of every Trial
Justice and every constable and of the sheriff
and of his regular deputies to, and every
citizen may, demand and inspect the license
of any hawker or peddler in his or their
County who shall come under the notice of
any of said officers, and to arrest or cause
to be arrested any hawker or peddler found
without a good and valid license, and to
bring such hawker or peddler before the
nearest Trial Justice to be dealt with ac
cording to this act.
Sec,4. That the provisions of Act shall
not extend to vendQrs of newspapers, maga
zines, vegembles, tobacco, provisions of any
kind or agricultural products, or to sales by
sample by persons traveling for established
commercial houses, but shall extend and
apply to vendors of every other class an d
kind of goods, wares and.merchandise, and
to sales by sample or otherwise by such
hawkers and peddlers of stoves, ranges,
elocks, lightning rods sewing machines, pi
anos or organs.
Sec. 5. That any person or officer viola
ting any of the requirements or duties im
posed biy this Act shall, upon conviction, be
guilty of a nmisdemeaner and shall be fined
not more than $50 or imprisoned in the
County jail not more than thirty days for
each and1 every offense.
New Zion News.
Editor Manning Times: The farmers
are at work preparing their lands for the
No guano has, so far, been shipped to
Salem on the A. & S. Railroad. Mr. Alder
main has put in a side track at Sardinia.
Miss Ola Thompson, of Sumter county,
and Mr. R. H. Green, of this county, were
married at the residence of the bride's
father on the 8th inst.
On February 7, Mdr. John Wilder and
Miss Mamnie Garraway were married at the
parsonage at New Zion. Bot'h of Claren
The Douglas people are going into the
tobcco business this year. About Pine
Grove either way you look you can see a
new barn. We wish them success, and advise
all to plant tobacco. Farmers, stop plant
ing so much cotton, and plant some grain
and raise your own bacon.
The contractors of the. Salem Baptist
hurch are at work, and will soon have it
ready for services. TUirTLE.
Are broken don f rm overwortk or household
cares Brown's I ron Bit ters
rebuilds the system, aids digestion, removes ex
cess of bile, and cures malaria. Get the genuine
CAMDLs, Feb. 16.--8 a. m.-Height of Wa
teree river,23.1 feet; water falling; weather,
CowtTBA, Feb. 16.-8 A. i.-Height of
Congaree river 9.6 feet; water falling;
CAMDwEN, Feb. 20.-8-A n. .LHeight of Wa
teree river, 13.1 feet; water falling; weather
CoLUMBA, Feb. 20-8 a. M.-Hieight of
Congree river, 3.A feet; water rising;
A creamn of tartar baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening strength.
Latest United Stales Government Food~
Royal Baking Powder Co.,
106 Wall St., N. Y.
Parties desiring agricultural rent liena
and supply liens can find them at The
Manning 'imes office.
A Rousing Meeting of ie (inards.
On Thursday evening, the 8tli inst., pur,
suant to order, the members of the Man
ning Gnards assembled in thei, armory tot
1 eleet officers of the crmpany for the er.sning
'I here were also present some of the older
men of the tonwn who expected to hear some
.ood !peeches and encoumrag-. the yonng
nien ina their landable efforts to keep np aI
comnpaniy int onr midst.
Captatin Davis had invited several speak
ers to be present to aldh-ess the men but
owiig to sickness they were cotopelleil to
j express their regrets at the lat miome-nt,
Fro amongst the visitor< and guests of
the company, .however. several speeches
were nade upon being calld upon by tne
company, and from the words of cheer and
enconrtagement, the boys seemed to awake
frou their lethar. ain.t n.-w z-al and life
marl:el the further proceedings of the eve
ning. The anunal election of officers was
then gOne into, atid tho-e- elected, from the
[pirt exhibited; feltAssured of the support
of every meniber of the coupany.
The following are the oticers:
W. C. Davis -Captain.
W. T Wilder-Ist Lientenant.
C. J. Epp,- 2d Lieutenant.
J. H. Rgby-3d Jr. Lentenant.
J. P. Thanes-Ist Sergeant.
Chai. Ridgill-2d Sergeant.
W. M. Lewis-3d Sergeant.
0. E. Webber-4th Sergeant.
P. B. Hodge-Color Sergeant.
B. A. Johnson- Quarter Master Sergeant.
J. E. Kelley- 1st Corporal.
W. W. .Johnson--2d Corporal.
MIitch ell Wells-3d (orporal.
Edward Thamus-4th Corporal.
rev. H. M. Mood-Chaplain.
There were fonr or five new applie.tnts
for admision to the ranks.
No thoughtfull man, be his profession or
business what it may. can fail to appreciate
the necessity of such an organization in
onr midst, and the prime cause of the wan
ing interest of the members in their meet
ings and drills grows out of the indiffer
enee of our business men; and the evident
displeasure of our merchants at being
requested to let their clerks off long
enough for a drill, or even close their
stores long enough for an annual inspec
tion. This thing won't do, men;- if you
want the company here you most make
some little sacrifies. And, furthermore, if
you would only think of it this zame selfish
interest should make you more zealous in
keeping the guns in yonr midst.
The Gunards are to be inspected on the
2d of April. not two months off now, and
drills and everything else must be rushed
to pass a creditable inspection. Let every
member do his duty, be prompt at your
armory, attend every drill, and let very
man, woman, and child feel that it is to
their interest that a well drilled, well
equipped, and thoroughly organized com
pany be ever present in their midst.
Go to Thomas & Bradhaw's stables for
good horses and mules.
Attention, Battallhon I
The Second Battallion of Cavalry are
hereby ordered to parade at Ptnola on
Tuesday, Mairch the 6th, at 12 m. for in
spection and review by the Adjutant and
Inspector General. By order
'D. W. BRAILSFOSD,
G, W. DI2NOLE, Adjutant.
A Helpless Invalid~
Kidney and Liver Trouble
, and Nervous Debility
I 6 Years of suffering Ended by
"C. L. Hood # Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"The effects of Hood'~s Sarsaparilla Innmy en
have been truly marvelous. It far surpasses
any other medicine I have ever taken. For 16
years I was troubled with. torpid liver, kidney
trouble and nervous deblity, and was
.A He.lp!ass Invaid.,
I have been taking Hode's Sarssparila for three
months and I feel that I am cured. Ifeel batter
nthan I have for sixteen years. I thank
rad~tt, for my health, and C. I. Hood & Co.,
second, for Hoods Sarsaparllla. I have recomt
mended it to all my neighbors and several of
thmaeusing Hood's Srara wit good
did at 40." Ma.. E WADE, Stonewanl, Tenn.
Hoods Pills act easily, yet promptly and
effeiently, on the liver and bowels. 25c.
Y. M.DB. AND 1L A. MEETING.
Notice is hereby given that by "e
quest of one-fourth of the number of
shares of The Young Men's Building
and Loan Association, of Manning,
S. C.," an extra meeting of the stock
holders of said Association will bef
held in the Knights of Pythias hall,
Thursday evening. March 1, 1894. at
7.30 o'clock. JOS. SPROT T, JR.
S. A. NETTL1xs, President.
SWho arefor the Firt Tfie to undergo,
0 Woman's Severest Trial, we offer you
*e "Tothers' Friend" tO
0 A remedy which if used as directed 0
0 a few weeks before confinement, 0
grobs it of its Pain, Horror and 0
Risk to Lifeof mother and child, as o
thousands who have used it testify.
" I used two bottles of 'Mothers' Friend' e
-with marvelous results, and wish every
. wonanl who has to pass through the or
deal of child-birh to know fte will 0
. willrobconfinemienltof pAixand sUFFEE- 0
xyo, and Insure Safet to Life of Mother
and Child. Mzs. SA) HkXn.TON,
Eureka Springs, Ark.
The Times office turns out as neat job
workas an netabnlishment in the State.
Better than Wealth.
Preserve yonr health by usimig
Pure Drugs and Medicines
from the old establiheil adl
always reliable drug honse of
J. G. Dinkins & Co..
In addition to a fil and complete strick
of Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, we kep
all the popular Pateit, .Iedicines, P*ints,
(Jils, and Window GIass, igars aid To
bacco, Garden eed, La.p Goads, Sew
ing Machine Needles and Oil, and tie
thousands of other articles usnally kept in
a1 firs.cla....drn stre
J. G. Dinkins & Co.,
Sign of Gollen Mortar.
MANNING, - S. C
NO SPECIAL REASON
why we should not adver
tise well known goods.
Don't know how it hap
pens, but some of our
most attractive lines are
seldom mentioned in our
general writings. As our
stock is a big one to keel)
always before you, and
we take it that you know
that we are headquarters
for Dry Goods, Clothing,
104 bleached sheeting
10-4 bleached sheeting
is known and used the
world over, and our only
object in noting it here is
to say that we are selling
the very best quality of
10-4 bleached sheeting in
sheet length at 49 cents
each or 98 cents per pair
regular price of this goods
is 87J cents each or *1.7.5
W. L. Douglas shoes for
men, ladies, and misses
are the best shoes sold in
this country, and for
which we are sole agents.
Every pair warranted to
give satisfaction or an
other pair given in -place.
We also handle E. P.
Reed &- Co.'s Eastern
made and White & Bal
lord Western made ladies.
shoes, all styles and
widths. When in need of
anything in the shoe line
come to us.
Moquet and Smyrina
Rugs at and below cost to
F'or Dry Goods, Cloth
ing, and 'Shoes come to
us, where you will find
the choicest things at
Dhry Goods, Clothing, and
Manning, S. C.
OFFICE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
Mansning, S. C., Jaun . 4th 1893.
Until fitsthe-r notice I will lhave my~ o'ftfic
'penf On SatulrdayV ofi *'ash we.k. Tbh
>ther days wvillb pn nvstn h
ebsof the couty.
'Sebool (Comis s nrer C. C.
SBuy the Bes
o English Portlai
hi Agent for 1
IT DOuBL rmE
DON'T MISS THIS
This Stock must be sold in
order to make room for Sprinig
1111 Goods sold strictly for cash.
.Brown A Chandler.
WMSHEPPERD & 00O
ASSORTMENT \\\\ Gods -t.
No 232 Meeting St., UR A RLESTON, S. C.
COPLESTON, THE DYER,
D)YES AND) (CLEANS
Ladies' and Get' Garments.
aa n IllIn 'X expes~ paiZ on i11 w~O~ ork fro tim counhIhItI.
Coplestoi, Thie JDyer,
310 King Street, C'harlestont, S. C.
OTTO TIEDEMAN & SONSJ
Whlele| Grocers and Provision Dealers,
172, 174, and 176 East - By SI reet,
I Material to Your Advantage,
SR D F LE MI NG,
es for all Masonsi' suppplies~
7AS'I PT EiAY ('HI AJR LERTO.T. S.(
I Cement, All Sizes Terra Cotta Pipe,
and~ Clay, l~aijr, Urick, T'iles, Este.
CAR LOAD LOTS. 3
:he Celebrated Rock Wall Plaster.
STATE OF SOUTH AROLNA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
B y Louis Appelt. Esq., Probate Judge
Whereas, M. C. GALLUCHAT has
imade suit to me, to grant him Letters
of Adninistration of the Estate of
and etfeets of ELIZA BRADFORD.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said ELIZA
BRADFORD. deceased, that they 13e
and appear, before nie. in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Manning, S.
C., on the 1st of March, next, after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said Administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my Hand, this 14th
day of February, Anno Dominii 1894.
[smAL.] ~LOUIS APPELT, -
A. McCobb, Jr.,
1 sJter, and
kgent for White's English Portlandcemeilt.
194 and 19G East Bay :it., Charleston, S. C.
Thomas & adham's
IV29 BID AB~ Ll IT=R~
. Carload of -ll.-broke
They are extra. fine diivers. Our
stablishment has recently. been
tocked with a full line of
kuggies, Carriages, Roadnarts and
They were purchased direct from
tbe factories, and you will save money
>y buying from us. We also have in
tock a eompieie line of Carriage,
uggy, and Wagon HARNESS. The
lower8 & Reapers
tre haMndl.ed by us as general agents,
tnd we can -give our friends 'te ad
-anLage cf good, easy terms. We also
mave a good supply of RED RUST
PROOF OAT.- and WHEAT,- and
the best SEED RYE: The highest
prices are paid by us for fat beef cat
tle and nileh cows. Before buying
sewhere call upon us.
Thomas & Bradham.
he Manning Academy,
MANNING, S. C.
A SEL~tI CIQQL FO 3O7Tm il
reek,( Go;a,r.1 trech. Book-keepin. Cal
stienis Typewri tin-., shorthanit. Elocu
,ion Art, nd .Musi. tanght. Thorough.
>repatratiOnl for budtness or a:ny class in 'col
eg. 1aseitwiard 1-upils carefully taught.
ll les-ons thorong bly explained. Boarding
pupils cared for as muembers of the faimily.
l'he school non -sectariatn. ]i.arding pupils
youcired to atttendi Mnndar-?chxool anid
yitrb each Sanday. At. the' elos,* of the -
school ye: r threec geld me.dals will b" award
dfor scholarship.. ele-portment. and
:nu-ie. A gold penr for pan mnship. Ta':i
:ion, per mionth, S1 to SI; music, $3; art,
is: board, SS.
.\l's. E. C. A~~~oK Principal.
CAUTION.-C~- a dealer offers W. L.
Douglas Shos at a reduced price, or Says
he has them without name stamped on
botfom, put him down as a fraud.
$3 SHOE BE"T oND
W. L. DOUGLAS Shoes are stylishi, easy ist.
ting, and give better satisfactioni at the prices ad
vertised than any othner make. Try one air and~
be convinced. 'The stampingof W.L. ouglas'
name and price on the bottom, which guarantees
their value, saves thousands of dollars annually
to those who wear them. Dealers who push the
sale of WV. L. Douglas Shoes gain customers,
which helps to increase the sales on their full sn
of nokt. They' can afford to sell at a lesspr~
and:e believe you can save moncb~bv
o.:- that-.:war of the dealer adverse.e~
Horton. Burgess & Co.
FOSTON DRUG STORE
I keep always on hand a full line of
Pure Drugs and Medicines,
ANCY AND Tl'(ILETl A1RTCLES,TOILET
SI Ar[S. PlIlFL'ERlY, 'TATIO'N
I.;l:Y, (iGA~RS, GAltDEN SEEDS,
a such articles as are usu:J1ly kept in a
irst eas~ dlru...; store.
i have just atdded to my stoek a line of
PAINTS AND OILS,
tna nm pireparei to sell PAINT\, OILS
LEAD, VARN'~I1IIES, DRUSIIES,
n quantities to suit pnrehlase'rs.
L. WV. NETT LES, M.D.,
Toresdon. S. C.