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THE MANNING TIMES
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Manning, S. Ow.
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Official Advertisements. ai
Wednesday, April 11, 1S94.
Your Name in Print.
--Mrs. E. D. Harvin is quite ill. C
-Mr. A. C. Davis returned home from
Tennessee last Thursday. b
-Mrs. Lula Ingram and children. of A
iumter, are in Manning visiting the family d
of Rev. H. M. Mood.
-Dr. W. 31. Brockinton has returned 9
home from New York, where he has been
perfecting himself in certain branches of
his profession. eg
Lost, a bunch of keys. The finder will t:
please leave them at the post office. n
We have on our table a ripe tomato b
crown by Mrs. J. G. Dinkins. Who can e(
i eat it? ti
A good sewing machine on easy terms
better for cash-at Brockinton's drug store.
Protracted services are being held in the
Baptist church, and good congregations are
Any person having a copy of the Man- A
ming Times of February 14, 1894. will do w
ns a great favor by letting us have it. p
Fresh garden seed and onion setts at c
-There will be a concert in the Institute 9
'bilding next Friday night. A musical
treat is in store for the people of Manning. cc
The Manning Sub-Alliance will have an ac
extra meeting next Saturday. A full at- st
tendance is desired, as a matter of impor
tance is to be transacted.
"Pick Leaf"Smoking tobacco, 10 cents a
-package, at W. M1. Brockinton's.
If a man fails to get his paper this week
-he can console himself with the thought w
-that by paying what he honestly owes for tt
the paper it will come to him again. Ic
New line reversable China matting, 121 m
at 35 cents per yard, at Horton, Burgess & h
The Sumter concert company will enter.
tain the people next Friday night in the
Institute building with one of their grand w
inusicales. All lovers of good music should t'
Garden seed and onion sets at Dinkins t
In another column will be seen the card
'of Dr. A. N. Tally, Jr. He is lceated in fc
Manning, arnd his office is in the Enter- ri
-,rise building. He somes among us highly o1
Fresh and genuine garden seeds, all tI
-varieties, at J. G. Dinkins & Co's. All old ti
The new council took charge last night.
Mr. Janius E. Scott was re-elected clerk d
and treasurer, Mr. G. H. Huggins re-elected
policeman, and John Washington, colored~
'was elected policema'n in the place of g
.Aarod Stukes. Willis Davis is lamp
Choice plu.g tobacco 50c. and 75c. per al
--ndat Brockington's drug store. 3
Packsville had better look to its laurels e
in the future. It has a strong rival in t<
P~inewood. That place has had more mar- T1
-riages recently than any other section in q
the county, and unless Paicksville gets a e
anove on,Pinewood will out number on the h
Philadelphia red and white onion setts
.Dinkins & Co's. I
Dr. Charles B. Geiger, of Charleston, hast
dietermined to cast his fortunes with
the people of Manning. He is a graduatea
of the South Carolina college, and for the
past year served as house surgeon at the
-St. Francis Xavier Infirmary. His card i
will be found in another column. d
Dr. WV. M1. Brockinton has returned from ti
the North, where he went to prepare him-Ite
self specially on the branches of surgery, a
obstetrics, and diseases of women, and is ti
now prepared with the most modern instru
mients and treatments for these diseases. t<
Hunt among your old papers and see if a
you can not find us a copy of The T1imes tl
dated 14th February. By some means we fi
managed to lot every copy go and we are f'
left without a file copy. Any of our readers c
having a Times of that date and can spare tl
it will do us a great favor by sending it to a
Town Election. r
The town election held here last Monday a
was one of the quietest ever known in this
town. There was but one tichet in the ti
hield. The following gentlemen were
elected to serve for the coming two years:
Intendant-I. I. Bagnal; Wardens-F. O-.
Richardson, Louis Levi, Aaron Weinberg, 3
R. A. Stewart. t1
The New CounciL
Now that we have a new town council, l'
made up of young men, we hope they will C
be progressive in their ideas. The town is
building up. and a 'live council can do a
- reat deal towards encouraging a continu- 1
ance of the building spirit
Improve the town, by giving us goodt
streets and roadways, and thorough drain- ~
age. If there is not a sufficient income to
give us these things, get the necessary ati
thority and raise the tax.
The new couccil should let the people
know what they are doing; they should ~
publish their ordinances, either in a news
paper or require the clerk to post all or
dinances in conspicuous places. ThereC
are not one-third of the taxpayers of Man-C
ring that know the laws of the town, and
we venture the assertion that every citize~n ~
-vould like to know them.
A Verdict Against the State. t
CHromeos. April 8.-The case of Wes- '
ley vs. Tindal et al. was concluded in the t
United States circuit court yesterday, and C
if there is not an immediate appeal the die- 0
pensary headquarters will have to be moved. ~
(1apt. L. D. Melton made an argument
yesterday for the defense, and the Hon. W. 5
H. Lyles and Mr. J. H. Muller closed the 1
case for the plaintiff.
The jury went out at 2 o'clock and re- L
turned in 5 minutes with this vcrdict: "We
find for the plaintiff the possession of the e
land in dispute as described in the coin
The suit came up in an action of eject
ment and the validity of the Blue Ridge '
scrip did not enter into the discussion. It t
was merely a question of whether the t
plaintiff, having a title from the purchaser
of the agricultural hall, who had paid the
cash portion of the purehase money, was e
entitled to the possession.c
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under its use had a speedy and perfect re
covery. Try a sample bottle at our expense
and learn for yourself how good a thing it is
'T'ri bottles free. Large size 50c. and $1.
J. . nins k Co. drnuists.
[eeting of the State Reform Conference.
The State Reform conference, composing
2e delegate from each county, met in Co
imbia last Wednesday, and a more intelli
nt and harmonious body we never before
tw. Every man present seemed to be im
ressed with the importance of the work,
ad seemed to have an eye single to the
)od of the Farmers' Movement, regardless
Hon. J. A. Sligh was made chairman,
ad as soon as the conference was ready for
usiness the ball was cleared of those who
,ere not members of the conference. Sen
tor Ragin, the member from Clarendon,
splained to the body that this county had
lected him to represent them in the con
6rence, and Mr. Louis Appelt as the com
itteeman, and asked that Mr. Appelt be
ot excluded as it was necessary for him
> be present that he could the better serve
in the committee. Chairman Sligh restated
senator Ragin's proposition and the body
vited Mr. Appelt to remain doring the
eliberations. After an all day's sssion,
nd a tull and complete expression from
ch county a committee was appointed to
raft rules and regulations for a cor.ven
on. During the discussion Senator Ragin
bmitted a resolution, and advocated it
ith a speech that had a telling effect, for
hen the committee retired they took with
em what may be termed the "Clarendoa
[an" and returned with their rules and
-gulations showing the "Clarendon plan"
.1 the way through it. The body adopted
te rules, and Clarendon can claim through
r senator the honor of solving the polit
al nut our opponents thought we would
) unable to crack.
The following are the rules:
"1. That a convention for the nomina
=a of State officers be hel&t in the city of
Alumbia on the 14th day of August, 1894.
"2. Thit said convention be composed
'delegates to be elected by conventions to
) held in eaci county on the 9th day of
agust, 1894, each county being entitled to
uble as many delegates as it is entitled to
presentatives in both branches of the
"3. That the county conventions afore
id be composed of delegates elected by
e various Reform clubs in the county,
ch -lub to send one delegate for each
renty-five Reformersof majority fraction
ereof. In those counties where there are
y distinct Reform clubs the Reform mem
w of each club shall be called by the Ex
tive Reform Committeemen to meet at
e usual place of meeting and elect dele
Ites as aforesaid, to the county convention.
Dr the purpose of said election the clubs
resaid shall be called to meet on the 4th
Ly of August, 1894. At such meeting no
ember shall participate except such as
>ted for the Reform delegates in the
gust primary of 1892,. and all others who
ill pledge themselves to abide by and sup
>rt the Reform ticket of the State Reform
invention of 1894.
"4. That each Reform candidate for
vernor and Lieutenant Governor shall
le with the chairman of the committee
irty days previous to the meeting of said
invention a written pledge to abide by the
tion of the convention herein called and
pport its nominees."
Rer. Pickett's Views.
Rev. L. L Pickett preached a sermon at
e Gospel tabernacle in Columbia, in
ich he reviewed the causes which led to
e recent whiskey insurrection. The fol
wing is a brief synopsis. Hear what this
an of God has to say, and note well where
) places the blame:
"Liquor is the foe of the State and na
an, as well as the church and home. The
hole saloon business is manipulated by
e "Liquor Dealers' Protective association,"
hich is composed of the worst set of
iminals unhung. They respect no law
at doesn't pander to their greed and
mle or ruin'' policy.
"They propose to trample the law under
ot, set aside the Statutes of the State, and
sist all authority. They are, therefore,
itlaws and criminals. Of consequence
ose who aid and abet them are parties to
eir crimes. This brnngs us to consider
I action of the daily papers in opposing
te enforcement of the law. Chief of these
rpers, aside from the Register, have ren
red themselves a stench in the nostrils of
rency by their persistent efforts to fetter
e governor and his officers. WVe know of
a parallel to tneir wicked and unjust ef
rts to breed a spirit of anarchy and re
"They have exhaused their vocabulary in
ase of the chief executive and his con
ables. They manifest the spirit of the
ildest foreign anarchists. They seem
tally oblivious of the fact that Governor
ilman was elected to his office by the
nalified suffragists of the State. They do
rerything in their power to bring him and
is administration into contempt.
"Then as to the constables. Why should
iey be branded as ..ispies," hatedl worse
ran criminals, and shot and murdered
e dogs? in a telegram from Darlington
re mayor says, regarding the constables
ho were fleeing for their lives, "Our men
re after them and if caught there will be
o quarters asked or given." This is a
retty message from an offcer of law. But
is a sweet morsel to these little dogtail
ailies in their efforts to uphold the "blind
ger" liquor outlaws. T1hey see their
achings are taking effect, the spirit of
urder and outlawry is abroad, and so
rey rejoice !
"If the governor should make no effort
enforce the law, so illegal sales might
bound unmolested, they would cry down
re law as a failure and the governor as a
gre head. But now that he is striving
ithfully to enforce the law, put down the
ciminals who thought defiance an easy
ring, they brand Mr. Tillman as "tyrant"
rd his constables as "spies."
"These papers have shown themselves
ll of hate aud prejudice, and are largely
sponsible for the present state of trouble
id lawlessness. The blood 'of the mur
ered be on their foul and polluted pages.
"Beside all this we must not forget that
ais dispensary statute is the law of the
tate, passed by a legislature elected by the
*eople. Faithful offiets should enforce it
rd honest citizens should encourage them.
hen an offier refuses to do his duty in
ae enforcement of law he is unwornhy anid
bould give place to one who will. But
ere we have the sad spectacle of a people
ining the criminals and resisting the offi
ers. Offcers shot arid military companies
efusingto~ obey the orders of their chief in
is effort to establish civil authority, thereby
revent boodshed. My friends, this is an
romalots condition of things. "But no,"
rey cry, "our contention is.for liberty; we
re opposed to the searching of our homes."
'his is the silliest nonsense we have ever
eard. The right of search, under warrant
Solder than the~ statutes of South Carolina.
'rm time immemorial those under suspi
ion have been subject to search. This
tatute is no terror to the law-abiding. I
ave no fear of my home being invaded by
ispensary constables. Nor has any other
itizen who is no't liable to suspicion.
Vose homes has been searched? WVho has
ffered under this section of the law? But
ppose I am innocent, but by malice or
isfortune become suspected; then the
est and quickest method of establishing
y innocence is by having the search
rade. If innocent and under no suspicion
aere will be no search; if innocent, but un
e false suspicion, the search will clear me
fsuspicion and vindicate my innocence;
ence an honest, innocent man would in
ite it. Who then c~in complain at the
arch law and the constable, "spy" if you
ke, to enforce it? Nobody but the guilty
ran, the criminal who wishes to violate the
iw and prove that you c-in't stop it.
"But these dogtail daiiies hale rung the
hnges, and blown the trumpets over the
avasion of homes by spies, and like base
arges and lies, till the people of the
rate have become alarmed and are taking
p the cry, little thinking that it was but a
riek of the liquor anarachists backed by a
rckling and venal press.
"Citizens of Columbia and South Caro
ina, I appeali to you to stand by the gov
ruor and his officers till these hell-holes of
rime and outlawry are closed. Then
iress the battle forward till we shall dis
ense with the dispensaries and the State
tand free from the whole degrading traffic.
'hen God shall bless us and peace shall
English Spavin Liniment removes all
ard, soft or calloused lumps and blemishes
rom horses, blood spavins, curbs, splints,
weeny, ring-bone, stifles, sprains, all
wollen throats, coughs, etc. Save $50 by
te of one bottle. Warranted the most
ronderful blemish cure ever known. Sold
>y J. G. Dinkins & Co., druggists, Man
ling S. -
PACKSVILLE. April G.-.Mr. 11. C trtis
has let out the contract tor a twu-story
Mr. Clark is moving on fint iv with his
Miss Carrie Easterling has returned to
her home at Bennettsviile.
Mrs. J. N. Brown has been confined to
her room for several days with an attack of
Mrs. Julia Corbett is suffering from an
attack of erysipelas.
Mrs. S. A. White returned to her home
at Smnithville, after having spent several
weeks with htr daughter, Mrs. G. M.
Packsville is to have a brick church, the
work of which will begin in a shoit time.
This is to be the Methodist church, of
which we spoke sometime ago. The com
mittee, Messrs. G. H. Curtis, W. A. Broad
way, B. M. Corbett, C. M. Reynolds, and
R. C. Graham, will have the work pushed
forward as rapidly as possible.
Mr. D. M. Bradham is preparing to build
a large mill and gin house, and put up a
threshing machine. The mill house is to
be completed by the first of June ready to
thresh and grind wheat.
Our town is forging ahead. The hard
times does not seem to have frazed our en
terprising business nien in the least.
The boys are going to organize an in
fantry company at once, and then when
the Governor calls there will be a ready re
Both of the Packsville Sunday schools a:e
in a flourishing condition.
Mr. Troublefield, of Wedglield, has ac
cepted a position with Mr. D. M. Bradham.
Over one hundred men were ready on
Saturday, the 31st ult., to go from this com
munity as volunteers to assist Tillman in
putting down the whiskey riot in Dirling
If you decide to take Hood's Sarsaparilla
do not be induced to buy any substitute
article. Take Hood's and only Hood's.
Tillinan Sizes Up Butler.
COLUMBiA, April 9.-When Goyvrnor t
Tillian was this morning asked what he
had to say in answer to the several inter
views of Senator Butler he replied: -A] I I
have to say is that I am governor and he is
senator. i have been at my post of duty
while he has been away from his post of
duty and galloping around the country
letting off political electioneering screeds.
The controversy between us will be settled
between us and before us by the people
next November, and I predict that they will
give him a furlough to go home and re
main there-an indefinite discharge."
COLUMBrA, April 7.-S a. m.-Height of
Congaree rivcr, 1.4 feet; water falling;
CAMDEN, April 7.--S a. ii.-Height of
Wateree river, 6 feet; water falling; weather 1
CoLoBa, April 11.-8 a. tu.-Height of
Congaree river, 1.2 feet; water failing;
CixDEN, April 11.-8 a. m.-Ileight of I
Wateree river, 5.8 feet; water lalling; t
Not What He Prayed For.
Smali Robert had one desire that
transcended all others-namely, a
bicycle. Now, Robert's family are
of a religious turn, and here was an I
opportunity to inculcate devotion in
So they told Robert that if her
prayed regularly perhaps God would
send him a bicycle.
After he had been praying regular
ly for a month or more the anniver
sary of his birth arrived, and the
family decided that it was about
time to reward his devotion. But
thinkring that the bicycle might en
danger the boy's life they bought
him a tricycle.
Small Robert came down on the
morning of his birthday and was told
that there was something out in the
yard for him to look at. He went
out to see, and there was the tr-icy
cle. But a tricycle was not what
Robert wanted, and he looked up to
heaven in disgust.
"0 Lord," he said reproachfully.
"0 Lord, don't you know the differ
ence between a bicycle and a tricy
Healthy Persons and Sneezing.
This is a point alluded to by Mr.
Jonathan Hutchinson in "Archives.'
He does not recollect himself to have
seen any but fairly healthy persons
sneeze, says the Sheffield Medical
Journal. He puts the question with
special reference to the widely spread
popular superstition that sneezing is
a sign of health and good luck. It is
possible, he thinks, that this may
have had its origin in the fact that it
is for the most part an act restricted
to those in fair health. Taylor, in
his "Primitive Culture," gives inter
esting facts as to the prevalence of
this creed and as to certain customs
with it, and traces it in part to doc
trines of animism, but Mr. Hutchin
son thinks the suggestion he has
given may also have some value.
Electric Fire Engines.
F. H. Wheelock, engineer of the
Franklin school at St. Paul, has in
vented a system of electric fire en
gines to super'sede .steam engines.
One of the chief merits is the light
ness, a 1.00 horsepower electric en
gine weighing but 4,500 pounds, while
18 horsepower steam engines weigh
from 9,000 to 9,9e0 pounds. The
heavy boiler and machinery are
done away with, one man and one
horse are dispensed with for each en
gine, and the cost of operating is
greatly reduced. To use the elec
tric engine an electric plant consist
ing of two 300 horsepower dynamos
would be necessary, one to be held
The Court-Would you believe this
man on o
Paddy 0 Rally - Not unless he
swore he wore lying, yer honor.
A cream of tartar baking powder-.
Highest of all in leavening strength.
Latet United States Government Food
-Royal Baking Powder Co.,
10 Wnll St., N. V.
Hicks for Apwil.
Hicks calls the month of April the tran
ition from vinter to sumni- conditions
md at once start,; us in with a liberal sup
ply ot tendency !or bail. The territic
storms that brings March to a close he says
vill give away the tirst of the month to a
ising temperature continuing to the 8th.
ollowed by cold snow and frost. This will
be followed by weather again %: ith accom
panying taunder aMnd lightnrng. The 12th
ind 13th will be dates of severe storms,
which the prophet says will bear watching.
rhere will .e fair weather until the 17th,
vben another severe storm period lasting
our days will set in, with wann ;nd cold
veatber alternating. The 24th and 25:h
will also prol uce severe thunier aind
ightnin". 11e month will go out with a
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tifically prepared Liniment,
d every ingredientof recognized
v aluc and in constant use by
the medical profession. These
ingredients are combined in a
manner hitherto unknown.
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9 it ANDMORE. Itshortenslabor,
4 lessens pain, diminishes danger
e to life of Mother and Child.
Book "To Mothers" mailed free contain
ing valuable information and voluntary
testimonials. Sent by express, on receipt
of price. $1.50 perbottle. Sold everywhere.
BRADFiELD Rlc ULATOR Co.,Atlanta, Ga,
The regular quarterly meeting of
he Farmers' Alliance for Clarendon
ounty will take place in the court
ouse, at Manning, on Friday, 20th
pril, next. Hon. W. D. Evans and
thers will probably be present to
ddress the meeting. A large attend
nee of Alliancemen is requested.
ub-Secretaries will please be prompt
vith their report.
JAS. E. DAVIS,
D. J. BRADHAM,
OFFICE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
MANNING. S. C., April 2. 1894.
Notice -is hereby given that the reg
lar examination for teachers for the
)ublic schools of this county .will be
ield in the court house in Manning,
'riday morning, April 20, 1894, com
encing at 10 o'clock.
Applicants for examination will
>lease be prompt in attendance at
he hour specified.
L. L. WELLS,
VIGG'S CHOLERA POWDER,
An absolute cure and preventative. It
as never failed to cure the cholera either in
ogs or fowls. I have had 8 years experi
nce in raising hogs, and have never lost
ne from cholera after administering this
eiedy. Try it- You will not regret.
rice 25 cents per packdge, by mail 36 cents
ostage prepaid. Address JAMEs Wioc.,
lox 115, Beaufort, s. C.
Our store is pre-eminent
for neCwness. for novelty,
for variety, for quality.
for everything that makes
a collection of DRY
and SHOES attractive to
the consumer's eye-in
cluding moderate prices.
Should the advertising
prove dull, the writer of
advertisement will be to
blame, and not the goods.
Our Silk Zephyr Ging
hams for neatness and
style are unsurpassel. If
vyou are seeking mlateriatl
suitable for shirt wvaist
don't overlook our Prin
cess Duck, Toile Du Nord
Gingham and Chambreys;
or for a house dress or
wrapper we will suggest
India Twills, which be
longs to that family of
material. Big lot of stripe.
small, medium and large
plaid Nain Sook, former
prices 12 1-2. 15 and 20
cents, our prices no0w 8,
10 and 12 1-2 eents. Full
line Mull and Cambric
Embroideries, also Fancy
Embroiderv suitable for
trimnming~ wash materials.
We are ofTering~ thle best
line of men's negligee
shirts, laundlred cuffs and~
collars, ties to match each
shirt. ever placed on sale
ill this town, you will be
profited by giving us a
look before buying. You
will notice in this writing
that fewv prices are quoted.
WeT will sav for all, low
prices, even lower' than
you will exp)ect; never
mnore than will beC askied
times uch less. Olving
100 cents worth for every dollar
spent with us is our motto,
Horton, Burgess & Co.,
Wraning, S. C.
WXEDDING INvITATIoNS AND
Vcards, and all kinds of fine, fanzcy
a~nd commercial printing done prompltl~y a
the Manning Times job office. Lowest price
Money to Loan.
oflan to Lan on improve(d fartuing
lands. Alpply to
1". PRESLEY BARRON,
A.torney at Law.
Manning, S. C., Feb. 'l, 1894.
My entire stock of
and everything h candled by a
first-class merchant vill be
sold from now on regardless
of value ard cost. This is
done to clear out what stock I
now have preparatory to going
into my new store which is
now in course of erection.
[ have the goods !
They shall be sold!
The people now have a fine
>pportunity. and should take
dvantage of it.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Foreign andr
Damestic Chemicals, &c. Showcases of all
styles and prices.
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L. W. FOLSOM,
-- Sign of the Big Watch, -
'SUMT E~ H,. ':.
+: Watches, Diamonds,+-:
- STERLING SILvER, CLOCKS, --
Optical Goods, Fine Knives. Scissors and
Razors, Machine Needles,Etc.
Go to the Manning Times office for~
1HE PROGRESSIVE STORE!
THE STORE OF NEW IDEAS!
PHE STORE THAT WILL ALWAYS
LEAD IN LOW PRICES
iND NEVER BE UNDERSOLD.
We are opening with one of the best assorted stocks,.
ewest styles, with lowest prices for the same values ever in
umter. Our stock embraces a beautiful assortment of
Remember, we are to be found next to Brown
r Chandler's, on Liberty Street, Sumter, S. C.
E. A. T INDA L,
(SUCCESSOR TO RUTL.EDCE & TINDAL)
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F U RN IT URE.
sUMMERTON, s. C.
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>ainters Material of Every Description,
Window Glass, Grocers' Fixtures, Naval
Store Supplies, Etc.
S1TTE AGENTS FOR
-Erovwe Scales, I~iebclc Safes
DIRECT I.MPORTERS OF
William M. Bird & Co.,
Ch.areston, S. C
PER CIV AL M'FG. CO.
7111,1 3 Lmt tet RpLj ~o. C.
DOM. S HPPEAND t BLND.
r, 9, U 1 SMthn St..ct CH ARLETON. S. C.
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVIS
ions of an act of the General Assembly,
ratified on the 9th day nf February, 1882, I
will be in the court Lov'se in Manning. in
the office of the clerk of the court, the first
Monday of each month, for the purpose of
allowing persons coming of age since the
last general election to register, and to at
tend to any other business pertaining to my
official duties. S. P. HOLLADAY,
Supervisor Registration Clarendon Co.
P. 0. Address: Panola, S. C.
OFFICE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
Mauning, S. C., Jan., 4th 1893.
Until faither notice I will have my office
open on Saturday of each week. The
other days will be spent in visiting the
schools of the county.
L. L. WELLS,
chool Commissioner C. C.
Notice of Discharge.
On the 26th day of April, 1894, I will ap
ply to the Judge of Probate for Clarendon
county for letters of dismissoryjas adminis.
trator of the estate of Mrs. M. I. Bryant,
deceased. G. H. CURTIS,
..Sille S. C., March 26, 1894.
s.J. P~aY . IMO S. ...P.IMNGLE
Johnston, Cre 2 Co.,
JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS,
tiwns and Small Wares,
Nos. 49 Hayne & 112 Market Streets
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WM. N. BAHE & BRO.,
DEALERs IN AND MANUFACTUREBS OF
Cakes, Biscuits and Plain
and Fancy Candies.
Penny Candies and Chewing Gums.
French Mixtures and
319 King Street, CHARLES'ION, S. C.
TO MY PATRONS!
I have just returned from the com
mercial centres where I purchased
with the cash a well assorted
and beautiful line of - - -
and in fact everything in the Dry
Goods line. I have also laid in a
first-class stock of
HATS AND SHOES,
made by the best manufacturers. My
My Stock( of GROCERIES
Was Never More Complete,
both in quantity and quality.
These goods were bought as cheap
as the hard cash could buy them, and
my patrons will get the advantage of
my cheap purchases.
Mrs. Loyns has replenished her
Millinery Stock,and is prepared to
turn out as neat and stylish milli
nery work as any establishment
in the State.
Opposite Central Hotel.
cAUTION.-:: a dealer offers W. L.
hehsthem without name taedon
bottom,put him down as atraud.
$3 SHOE -rE"WORLD.
nae r vaupric on te botom, which guarate
sale ofEv .*rDYouglas' hs "gae customers,
which helps to increase the sales on their full line
of goods. They can afford to sell at a less pro6j
your fnot'v- of the daler adve. e belw.g
W. . oUGL rocka tide as.dh
Horton, Burgess & Co.
8. THOMAS, Ja. J. M1. THOMAs.
JEWELRY, SILVER & PL.ATED WARE,
Spectacles, Eye Glasses &Fancy Goods.
pirWatches and Jewelry repaired by
257 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Save Your Eyes!
When you need a pair of spectacles don't
buy an inferior glass. You will find none
PE RFECT ED
--EYE -:- GLASSES. :
For sale by
DR. W. M. BROCKINTON,
Manning, S. C.
Parties desiring agricultural rent liens
and supply liens can find them at The
Manning Times n~off.