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Wednesday, April 1 1S94. tel
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Your Name in Print. "1
-Mrs. E. D. Harvin is improsing slow. fo
-Mrs. Lizzie lMCleuaghan, of Sumter, an
is visiting her parerts in Manning. a
-Senator Ragizi passed through town PC
this morning on his wa- .
-Mrs -..enderson. of Spartanburg, is
is visiting the family of Mr. A. S. Briggs. p1
A cavalry company is to be organized in at
Gard.e-n seed and onion s,+t at Dinkins G
Died, on the 10th inst., at her home near
Seloc, Mrs. S. M. Smith. aged about 5'i h:
A good sewing machine on easy terms- pi
better for cash-at Brockinton's drug store- to:
The New York Racket Store is again to be
the front and will be glad to welcome tb
friends at their new stand. The store just tb
completed by 1!. Levi on the old bank site.
Mrs. M. 0. Burg-ess has received lr
usuAl supply of millinery goods, and offers
then to the ladies of Clarendon at the very
lowest cash prices. In trimming, and Ju
prices, satisfaction is guaranteed. Patron- g
)eatl of (;en. Joseph B. Kershaw. th
General Joseph B. Kershaw died at his jo
home in Camden last Friday night, aged
about '3 years. South Carolina never had P
a more noble son. He was a Christian gen- PC
tleman, a soldier and a patriot. Governor C
Tillman, accompanied by the other State ha
officers, attended the funeral. di
Fresh garden seed and onion setts at ei
Philadelphia red and white onion setts ev
Dinkins & Co's. th
Manning Academy. St
rhe following pupils merited the medals or
for the week ending April 6: Collegiate'
Willie Kuker; higher, Katie Piowden; inter
mediate, Milton Weinberg; primary, Jallie
Warr; conduct medal. Miss Lizzie Warr. th
April 13: Collegiate, Lizzie Warr; high- s
er, Clyde Warr; intermediate, George W.~
Willhams; primary. Alva Blackwell; con-ti
<uct medal, Willie Burnes
E. C. ALssnox.
New line reversable China nmatting, 121 it
-at 35 cerats per yard, at Horton, Burgess & d
'Pick Leaf" smoking tobacco, 10 .'ents a m
package, at W. .4. Birockinton's. h
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The Concert Last 1-riday Night. o
Those that attended the concert given by- I0
the Sumter concert company, certainly
spent an eve-ning of mirth and pleasure
-i was a musical feast that rarely ever is af
forded to psople living in stwall towns.
The entire program was carried out with re
the precision of tiained professional mu- r
sicians, and from the overture at tne open- a
Ing to to the medley at-the closing the audi
-ence gave wrapt attention and encored i
those deserving special merit. Mr. Albert
Moise, with his dialect recitations, kept the
house in a side-splitting roar of laughter, St
and his acting was equal to that of a profes
:snal comedian. Mr. Lueius Bultman P~
sang two solos which were magnificently d
renotered, and besides having a sweet voice t
he is handsome, but his fine looks and sil-ti
-very voice will avail him naught in Man
ning, as the girls here found out that he r
has a matrimonial string tied to him. -re
The entire company are first-class mu
~sicians and gentlemen, and while they ex- t
pressed themselves satisfied with the pro. e
-ceeds of the evening, they would have
xealized double as much had it not have u
been that a protracted meeting was in prog- t
.ress the same evening.
We hope these gentlemen will come back a
:again, and if they will make a date not tos
:onifict with the churches we can guarantee P
them a crowded house and an enthusiastic .
'welcome. Come again, boys ! ri
Choice plug~ tobacco 50c. and 75c. per
pound at Brockington's drug store.
Fresh and genuine garden seeds, all th
-varieties, at J.;G. Dinkins d: Co's. All old se
seed destroyed. ol
Santee Baptist Association.
t~o m.e Brethren of the Santee Association.
Desr Brethren: The union meeting of
this association ineet-s with the Manning
Baptist church Friday before the 5th Sun- te
day in t~his month. We very much desire a
a fall attendance. We hope to have every
minister present. Also that each churchR
send three delegatcs. We desire to meet al
together to discuss and formulate planis by te
which we can do better and greater work for tv
-our Master. at
We must have system or we cannot hope tg
for success. And by our coming together
.and talking matters over, we can better re
understand each other, and there wiil be S
.no confusion in our work and we can go at
-back to our churches and lay our plans be- at
fore t he brethren, and thus it~spire them s
-with greater zeal to work for the spread ofC
the gospel. teolyw
J. 0. Gor-on, sI
Pastor Manning IBaptist Church. i"
SHILoH, April 14.-Editor Manning n
Times: 1 am at present located at ft
this place, and am enjoying myself en
very much with friends and relatives. tb
They are alive to their interests so
cially, politically and financially.
Nothwithstandmgl the busy season
they have a debating society that
meets once a week for the edification ac
of all concerned. They have a pray- fa
er meeting once a week. to
About 40 of the citizens met this F:
afternoon for the pupose of organiz
ing a military company. The elee- fo
tion of officers takes place Saturday, W
when a large attendance is expected. at
Immediately after the organization s
their services will be tendered to the 3
Chief Executive, B. R. Tillman, the t
greatest and wisest of men. at
May Gov. Tillman run with pa
tience and forbearance the race that
is before him, and may that race at
never cease until he is President of
these United States.
The next thought that rushes into a
my mind is wvhere will we find a man t
for the next Governor? Let us move
eautiously, andl not let favoriteism
influence us in the least.
This section is for Reform iirst. last
andl all the time.
Remember me to the boys, and tellti
them that I anm for Tillman to the ic
Cotton planting and the trans- i
planting of tobacco is the order of n<
the day. Tobacco is being exten- el
sively planted in this section, and of
the planters realize as high as 00 th
C- t ,er pond. W. H. C. i
ives the Readers of The Time-% a Few
Thouights onl the Events of the Day.
Editor Manning Times: As the quakers
y, the spirit moves me, and I will write
te Times a few thoughts about passing
rents; wcul hILve written ere this, but I
tve beet altired sick with the grip the past
to months, and don't feel so very spruce
w. Didt you ever have the grip, my
iend? I certainly hope you may never.
is one of the most insidious ailments
at ever struck me: it's the embodiment of
ery pain and ache that human flesh is
-ir to, with a far away and don't-care-if-I
.e feeling all the time. You cough like a
'clone, and when you sneeze, which you
e doing two-thirds of your time, it seems
it a streak of lightning had run down
>ur back bone, and when vou recover your
-eath you wonder you didn't sling your
)nr head off, and it generally winds up
ith a tirst-class headache. If yon have
ty of these symptomlis, my considerate
iend, you have the grip, that's sure.
it enongh of this.
There has been so much excitement I
aong our people about the dispensary
iv, mob law, etc., the past week that I am
e from being calm and serene as I should
A more conservative and tolerant spirit
st pervade our people before we can
er be the prosperous and united people
were prone to boast of. Why this vio
it dissension among our peo ple is a mys
V to me, when both faction. claim to be
mocratic in principle, and one of the
rdinal doctrines of Democracy i" that the
injority shall rule," Jake Floyd says he
ows what's the matter: That the Re
mers hold the ofticesand want to stay in,
d Conservatives want to kick tiei out
d climb in whether or not, but thev wil.
ver do it as long a-, c!.fiIs six cents a
dA. he is about right. An
her irritating caise of this state of affairs
the persistent opposition of a part of the
-ess of the State to the administration. It
>pears as if they can see no good in it,
d frequently slander and circulate false
itements about State affairs, and that
v. Tillman is the cause of all the wicked
ss and devilment done in the State.
metimes when I read these reports, I
ink to my self, it is a good thing, per
ps that the good Lord does not execute
anias and Sapphria judgment on these
ople. If He did what a first-class edi- t
rial cemetery we soon would have. May
a good roasting is in reserve for them in i
e long hereafter, that will be more terrible
an a natural horn death.
This state of things should not exist.
ie press is a power for good or evil, and
en this influence is used to degrade and
base the State they do incalculable in
ry to the whole people. "Whom the
ds wish to destroy they first make mad,"
a trite and true maxim, and it really ap
ars that a few hot head editors of the
inservative faction would ruin the State if I
eir advice was followed-this is not true I
The Reformers, in everthing, are not!
rfect, but they have profited by their ex
rience, and if properly aided and en
raged by all good citizens, peace and
rmony would soon reign supreme in our
stracted State. The blow that has been
-ack in Darlington is deplorable in the
treme, the consequence and result of
iich time alone can unfold. It was an
chy, pure and simple, and it behooves
ery good citizen of the State to exercise to
e very uttermost his influence in the in
rest of the peace and harmony of the I
One result is already seen in the insub
dination of some of the military coM- t
nies of the State. This wias the least to
expected, without discussing the motive
at influenced their conduct. They t
emed to have forgotten the first duty of a
Idier-prompt obedience without ques- 1
in to the order of their superior officers.
ave no words of condemnation to utter
anst them, for I am satisfied that when
im judgment and reason shall a.tain have
sway, their own conscience will be the<
onitor to condemn or approve their con- ]
ict. But the evil has been done, by the
ample they have set before the young
en of-our State, and the disgrace they.
e brought upon the once proud prestige
our mihxtary ->rganizations. The laws of,
r State are sup'reme and should be
'eyed while they are on the statute books,
matter whether we approve them or not.,
e balkt is the only weapon whereby law
iding citizens can have redress from
noxious legislation, and a rigid enforce
nt of such laws encompas.ses their speedy
There is no reason or wisdom in powderi
d balls to attest one's opposition. Tha~t
a game that two can play at,'~ and the
er dog generally gets worsted.
Nwithstanding this unhappy state of
&irs I do not despair for my beloved
ite. She will arise puritied from having
ssed through the crucible of politicalI
sensions, I have at, abiding faith in
y country that all will be well with us in
ne to come.
"How calm, how beautiful comes on the
ly hour when storms are gone and man's
:son returns to the path of virtaire and
etitude. It engenders a spirit of for'
esess and forgetfulness of the past. As
e spirit of justice steals into the old cem- I'
ry of our hearts in the quiet time to lift I
and restore the stone that was dashed to
e ground in violence and passions; his
ry embodies a picture lull of the thought
d hope, that as reason grows clearer and
mpathy more tender, force will be tem
red by the principle of co-operation, and
all the time to come human wrongs be
;hted by love and not by blood."
Dr. W. M. Brockinton has returned from
e North, where he went to prepare him
lf specially on the branches. -of surgery,
stetries, and diseases of women, and is
>w prepared with the most modern instru
ents and treatments for these diseases.
Our Gaullanit Cayalry.
Among the men who responded promptly
Gov. Tfillman's call to preserve the peace
d protect life andl property was Capt. D.
. Brailsford, of Clarendon. He and Capt.
chbourg proceeded to collect their cay
ry companies. The members were scat
red through the country and it took the
'o captains all night t' get them together,
4 by that time the crisis was passed and
e returned to their homes.
'he survivors of McGowvan's Brigade will
member Capt. E. D). Brailsford of the 1st
C. V. He was one of the handsomest
id neatest soldiers in Virginia and always
the front. D. W. Urailsford is of the
me stock and will do to count on. The
arendon cavalry were not required to go
meet the insurgents. but the alacrity wvith
dich they responded to3 the call of duty
ows their patriotism and entitles them to
The Manzning GuiardIs.
Governor Tillman seems determined to
t deal lightly with the military that re
sed to obey his commands, and in the
se of the $anning Guards, we take from
e daily newspapers the following le'tter:
"Commrna, S. C., April 13.
~aptain W. C. Davis, Manning Guards,
Manning, S. C. :
"I return herewith your report, made in
cordance with my order, explaining the
ilure of your company, or the most of it,
obey my orders to go to Darlington on
iday night, the 30th of March.
"I deem it unnecessary to go through the
ms of a court martial in this case, butI
.11 dismiss from the service the officers
. men who so signally disgraced them
Ives. You will publish your report in the
anning Times, giving the names of all
ose who, having responded to the call
a donned their uniforms, deserted you
en marching orders came. I wish the
ope of Clarendon to know and remem
r such recreant sons. You will imimedi
ely take steps to reorgtanize y'our com
my and fill the places thus made vacant
ith other men who will know their duty
d discharge it. I know Clarendon coun
has plenty such.
"B. R. Tius1A,
HOOD'S AND ONLY HOOD'S.
Are you weak and weary, overworked and
redy Hood's Sarsaparilla is just the med
ie vau need to purify and quicken your
ood'and to give you appetite ant strength.
von decide to take Hood's Sarsaparilla do
i be induced to buy any other. Any
Fort to substitute another remedy is proof
the merit of Hood's. Hood's Pills are
;e best after-dinner Pills, assist digestion,
As Viewed Abroad.
Governor Tillman has received hun Ireds
of letters frorn all [parts of the United
States, fromi all '-lasses of pe iple, includiig
ministers, cOmmrending him tor his action
in the recent troub!e, and while a great
many newsprpers that received theii infor
mation through thet same correspondents
that reported the affair to our State dailies
wvere severe in their eriticism, it shows that
the people are doing their own thinking,
Lad make up their own conclusions. The
following are samples of some of the letters:
MArio, Ohio, April 5, 1894.
[Ion. B. R. Tillman, Governor, Columbia,
My Fellow Citizen: I congratulate you,
rour State and the country, for the brave,
nanly stand you have taken to do your
xhole duty before the law regardless of the
,onsequences, and without fear, favor or
fection. In these turbulent lawbreaking.
)rder destroying times to see one brave
nan, in high position, disregard the opi'
ons of corrupt men, a corrupt and corrupt
ng press, doing his duty under the law, is
inparalleled in modern political history.
am a citizen of the great State of Ohio. I
Lm proud of her, but I say to you that had
ve less rovernors and wore Tillmans, we
vould have less lawlessness and more se
urity of life, liberty and property than we
iow have, with tke laws of our State violat
d in a wholesale manner with impunity
nd without regard for decency. respect for
he Sabbath, morals, religion, or the rules
f civilization. Hoping tor your complete
uccess, I am, in full sympathy with your
ood work, Yours,
.M. B. CHASE.
DuvEn:, Del., April 5, 1894.
Ion. B. R. Tillman.
Dear Sir: Your courage and firmness are
lighting the good citizens, not only of
it'As L::.lbut of the entire country.
e regard it as e e
vrong, good and evil, and you have the
ympathy and prayers of all good people.
;od speed you and the cause you stand for.
;ever falter, never yield, and may success,
omplete and permanent, crown your
Very sincerely yours,
J. ALEIAND)En FuLToN.
BUR.NsviLLE, W. Va., April 5, 1894.
;overnor Tillman, Columbia, S. C.
Dear Sir: All lovers of law and order in
his State congratulate you on your bold
.nd resolute stand for the right. I would
ike to have an opportunity of voting for
-ou for President in 1896.
J. W. KIsN.
COLUMBIANA, Ohio, 1894.
o the Hon. Governor Tillman, Columbia,
My Dear Sir: It is with a deep sense of
.dmiration that I read accounts in the
>aper of your vigilance, courage, and true
atriotism, as well as heroism, in the at
empted suppression of the liquor traffic in
-our State. I shall not trouble you with a
engthy letter, but would feel it my duty to
ncourage you in the noble work you have
ndertaken, and trust God may protect
ou in the undertaking and that the day
nay not be far distant that will see you
aaster of the situation. May God bless
ATLAN'TA, Ga., April 5, 1894.
Ion. Benjamin R. Tillman, Governor,
Dear Sir: I have been most interested in
e problem you are now solving in your
The last week has certainly proven you
o be the right man in the right place. I
aid the trouble must come from the ex
>arkeepers and their friends and find you
ave affirmed thc same.
They have no respect for God, law or
nan. Of all outlaws they are the worst.
et, how soon they can raise the hue and
:ry of .persecution when brought under the
Your State dispensary law will have done
nach if it roots out barroomns with their
ragon teeth of~ evils. Temperance, so
iriety and the general welfare of the people
rill be far advanced. If whiskey must be1
old let the income from it be turned into
tate expenses and not to enrich the bar
if this way proves a success, and why 1
hould it not, then otber States will soon!
tave it on the pages of their codes. Wheni
he people learn they are saving money I
brough it then to a man will they be for
t. Why are barrooms licensed but for the
May you have peace and order restored
n the grand old Palmetto State, the home
if so many of the South's best and greatest
MRs. SAx W. SMALL.
onens, Sangamion Co., Ill., April 0, 1894.1
3enjamin R. Tillman, Esq., Governor of
My Dear Sir: I have been reading of
our brave acts. It means to me that this
ountry is short of material of your kind,
hich we are greatly in need of. May Godl
mess you and make you conquerer. You
ill be an example for some other Gov.
rnors to follow.
RtoBERIT E. MoosE.
BosTON, Mass., April 3, 1894.
iovernior Tillman, of South Carolina.
My Dear Sir: I thank God that there is
>ne n~an left in the United State~s who has
aackbcne and plenty of it. It is refreshing
o see a man, in these days of po1 tical jelly
ishes, who believes that the law is made to
>e enforced and obeyed.
NOnFOLK, Va., A pril G. 1894.
Lo His Excellency, Benjamin Rt. Tillmian,
Governor of South Carolina, Columbia,
Dear Sir: I desire to exp s~ to yonui my
umble and hearty sympathy in your strug
;le against prejudice and passion. Your
irtess and determination in this fight for
he law must eventually command the ad
niration of all intelligent and broad-mind
d pecople, notwithstanding the garbled re
orts and opinions of the little cross-roads
epoters throughout your State. The
ie~spapers-the enlightened and enlight
~ning press (?)-have educated the people
ip to this revolt. I have seen it all along.
aving resided in Columbia last winter and
vatched the editorial columns of these so
alled friends of the people, with their
louble-lealed btehes of lying and seur
-l~ous artic:les eazh morning. As you well
tow, they would stop) at absolutely noth
ng to down you, but they can't do it! Your
erve is too much for them. Tihev would
ower like jsc!kals if 'orought into your
I thank God for Benjamin iR. 1'illman.
day ~s strer'gth be suflicient for you.
- Sincerely yours,
D. L. JArKsoN.
OscEoLA, Mo., April 3. 1894
joy. B. Rt. Trillman, Columbia, S C.
Dear Sir: Allow me to express may hearty
.dmiration for your courageous determiina
ion to enforce the dispensary law at all
azards and under all circumistancues. It is
.disgraceful fact that the opponents of all
sws retaining, regulating or prohibiting
he sale of intoxicating liquors will hesi
ate at nothing to accomplish their end,
-iz., the nullification of such laws. These
eople must be taught a severe lesson, even
f it becomes necessary to exterminate
ome of them.
Your speeches to the troops and guards
rere exactly tc the point, and you did not
av a word amiss.
I am in strong sympathy with the Reform
ovement headed by you. W~ith best re
~ards, I remain,
THoMAs 31. JOHNSON.
'LomN, Lancaster Co., Pa., A pril 5, 1894.
Lo His Excellency, B. R. Tillman, Gov
ernor of the State of South Carolina.
Dear Sir: Pardon the intrusion, but I
iave read with ever increasing interest the
icounts of the South Carolina whiskeyL
roubles and wish to say that you have the:
ympathies and prayers of a large body of
ho bes.t class of citizens outside of your
wn State. Whatever may be your personal
r political loss, because of your fidelity to
he lmaw it wilb the gain of all honest,
law-abiding people of the State of Son
Carolina arA of these United States. T1
whiWkey power ever has been, and ever w
be a lawless and law defying body, and a
tions such as bave been manifested in yol
State since this outbreak are the maost ef
cient merans ot getting the mass of iudiffe
ent and opposinzgpCople to st-to what bellis
means these political whiskey rings w:ll r,
sort to to gain their ends.
I hope that the whiskey power will r
ceive such a fearful defeat that it will nev<
again dare to lift its head in tb
State of South Carolina and that it will er
ourage a general ouslaught against the fc
:)f civilization, good government, mioralit
iud decency in every State of this Union.
Mav the time soon come when a man
oy will ree:ive, at least, as much "prote
aio" as his hogs or his sheep.
You rs sincerely, with strongest wishe
ind faith in your final triumph over atI
treby and treabon to all the best interest
A "God and Home and Native Land."
J. M. SHELLY.
PELHAM. Ga., April 5, 1834.
Jon. Benjamin Tillman, Governor, Souti
Dear Sir: I have read with interest ani
atisfaction about your gallant defense c
aw, justice, and the great producing an
aboring classes and your victory over th
mall aristocratic class tht lives on sc
illed brain-, useless scheres. sharp de
ices, trickery and undne profits, withou
loing one hour ot necessary libor. As
)rick mason here said- e' et the labor
ng class have notking against the Soutl
3arolina liquor law.
The Atlanta Journal a few days ago rai
,ou down terribly, and1 said yon had don
nly injury arl no good at all for Soutl
oarolina. Tliev, like most ot our rich cit;
lailies. semi to be against nearly every
hing that bnitcvlLs the masses and in favol
f anything to boost up the ioneye
Is it nothing t grit1he.people of Caro
ina pure liquor to drink insean If rini
heir health with impure stnf?
Is it nothing to prevent sales to minoin
Irnnkards, late at night, etc , with no fre
nnehes, musiv-, loafing, etc. ?
Is it nothing to torn back to the peopl
he protits fromi a trade, in which undul
rge profits have been made too easily an
ften dishonestly; which trade has cause
itizens to be taxed to support jails, asy
rums, police. etc.?
Is it nothing to invent a scheme to nak
rchibition a success in counties where th
people want it?
Is it nothing to take the saloon out c
politics and stop the wholesale buying
Is it nothing to take part of the proceed
>f the traffic in wet counties and put i
back in the pockets of drinking taxpayer
n the shape of lessened or cancelled taxe
;o that they may have that much more an'
iow for their poor families and in bar
imes their little places cannot be sold fo
Is it nothing to invent a scheme, whie
rhen it gets to running smoothly, can eitt
r make taxation a thing of the past or ro:
noney into the State treasury, which wi:
mable it to build railroa-ls to the coast c
ts share of a road to New York and pel
2aps several mammoth Liverpool stemtwer
mud other progressive phins by which pr
lucers and workmen v.iI all share the r(
sults of their har.1 lalor?
The liquor uien of the ent're Unite
states with their hundreds of millions c
noney probably hate the South Carolin
aw ten times worse than prohibition as i
s entirely practical and if adopted by a]
he States would end forever the eas]
pid and lazy coining of private fortune
>ut of the health and lives of onr laborin
nen and the heatt throbs of their wives an
amilies. The liguor men, those who re
ialoon buildings, gamblers and worse pet
>le know to well tbat if th:s law works we
n one State it will soon be adopted i
Hence the opposition. lIfthe late troubl
ost the the State several thousands thos
ho oppose illegally majority laws are et
irely responsible. And the real peopi
:annot find it out too soon if some of th
rivileged class who draw fat profits for n
eok or for useless labor wish to haste>
heir own downfall by opposing legally ani
llegally every law that tends to give Ir
>orers and producers the entire legitimat
esults of their labor, and direct the profit
md of any too affluent and dishonest tuc
opoly from the pockets of a few leechest
hose of the entire yeomanry of a whol
tate, I regard you a second Moses to lea:
he Amelikites out of a worse than Egyiptial
ondage, and thank God there are other
ike you in the United States. We catnnc
o too much for right and justice and thi
nere knowledge of duty done is amiple re
The noblest thing in the world is to wor]
or the great mass of humanity and not fo
y little clique of speculators, usarerr
onproducers, ete., gifted with trickery
brewdess or inborn grab-allismr. Thi
ou are trying to do and nine-tenths of th
mation are with von. Thre other one-tent.
ave the mouth, cheek, money, and rie
ity dailies, but they have niot the vote
with which the really patriotic. he~althy
nuscular, virtnous and usefully indnstriou
nasses can and will make this countr;
nore what it ought to be according to th
)eclaration of Independence. The peopl
round say your liquor law is just th
Yours very truly.
M. M. STieY.
CoL~aRDIA, A pril 17.-S a. m.-Heightc
jongaree river, 1.4 feet; wuter falling
CADEN, April 17.-8 a. in.-Heightc
Nateree river, t6 feet; water falling; weathe
CoUMBA,~ A pril 18.-8 a. m.-Height<
.ongaree river, 1.2 feet: water fallini
CADEN, April 18.-8 a. m.--Height<
Nateree river, 5.8 feet; water fallini
A crearn of tartar baking powde:
Righest of all in leavening strength.
ratest United States (jovernmient Foo
Royal Baking Powder Co.,
106 Wall St., N. Y.
-Is the greatest blessing ever offered child
earing woman. I have been a mid-wife for
many years,and in each case where Mothers'
Friend has been used it has accomplished
wonders and relieved much suffering. It is
the best rmedy for rising breast known and
worth the pnce for that alone.
MRs. M. M. BRUSTE,MontgomeY. Ala.
" I can tell all expectant mothers if they
will use a few bottles of 'Mothers' Friend'
they willgo through the ordealwithout any
pain and sufering.
Mas. MAY BRANuAM, Arguslille, N. D.
" Used ' Mother's Friend' before birth of
my eighth child. WVill never cease its praise.
Mis. J. F. Mooxa, Colusa, CaL
to o-emated ree cont'n'en i~fremarion
Go to the Manning Times office fc
Money to Loan.
c' 1oney to Loan on improved farmin:z
ir lids. App!v to
B. PRESSLEY BARRON.
r- fja' c.A turney it Law.
h Ma nS. C., Ft.). :1,.1 I .
e A GREAT
My entire stock of
and everything handled by a
first-class merchant will be
sold from now on regardless
of value aind cost. This is
done to clear out what s;tock I
now have preparatory to going
Lmy new store which is
enow in coursc of erection.
* I have the goods!
They shallibe sold!
;The people now have a fine
opportunity, and should take
'1advantage of it.
- I RESPECTFULLY,
+ e IF YOU WANT IN YOUR HME
THE FINEST AND MOST PERFECT
tPIANO PRODUCED IN THE KNOWN
S9RL YO WIL BYTE
c ! uTs~ te1n and the a r~ c
ca saeCounn toaliy cllent pur
chase. rhouse is the UTo."
I "~e~ect In bone, a o fiveh.
4 e yt e greates iin a tstor
9 prcen byalduplicated onoisars
be and nl obuyeingn whdire- l
s ltes eual q ist stone ck.th Crrei
* spncusy oeyinined Cataous fr-e.
S en &tts atewys Seuthorn
L. be FOLSOMuin dret.
4 Siie U.ar TE n tc. C or
4. spne Invie d. Caaoge re.
1 udePni & Dae ouhr
+ Waigche's, Diaimondcs, +
- TRIGsLVR CS -IG
EDDNG INVTAIoNE OFD
-Wcards, d aondsn, fanc
-andi commercial printing done promptly a
*r the anning Tituesoh olice. Lowest prices
nd best wm-k.
THE PROGRESSIVE STRE!
THE STORE OF NEW IDEAS!
THE STORE THAT WILL ALWAYS
LEAD IN LOW PRICES
AND NEVER BE IDURSOLD.
We are opening with one of the best assorted stocks.
nowest styles, with lowest prices for the same values ever in
- 1ni1ter. Out stock llilbraceS at beatitutul ass(;tuileant of
Remember, we are to be found next to Brown
& Chandler's, on Liberty Street, Sumter, S. C.
E. A. TINDAL,
(SUCCESSOR TO RUTLEDCE & TINDAL)
.- : .utn -:- :- AND -:- MastracTrnER - OF
F R I T U RE.
SUM3LERTON, S. C.
Keq >- in st-ok a full line of bedteads, chairs. tables, softs, wardrobes, bureaus. bed
room .,t, e.ulles, crib., uatrsse- b. springs, conins, cask~ets, etc., etc. Our stock ot
COFFINS AND CASEETS
is eul to any keq'pt in this or Sute.ir conties. ani% we will till ordlers at any hour day
or ni r. . Ir . Wiudihatu, a :skillful and experenced inechanie, will giv persona
kttentionl to a ii o' an av d ail k insti of furniitrt at -hort-st notie.. Our prie-s
r, 0 s low ais t Lith k Ve . - al w e ask to e ed a saI- a in at (spection of ourlgoods. Wt,
are al'o :.;enzt-.4%or w o s.d lb giL: which we w:a -ll ;t lowest possible prices.
OILS, P AINTS,
Patuters Mateial of Every Description,
Window Glass, Grocers' Fixtures, Naval
Store Supplies, Etc.
ST.ATE .AGENTS FORi
h-owe ScalCS, Di&JcMOIC SafeB
D1I)ECT 1NrfiPTItcS OF
William M. Bird & Co..
PERCIVAL M'FG. CO
SC g-. Nbi*'a-.'
DOOR SAS AND BUNDS. 1
US i 2-6 -6etng tret. H~iLESTON, s.C(
WETHERHORN & FISCHER,
SMiANFAC'TUlIElS, OF -
u_6. D ItRS, LN S.
7, '. , 11. 3' Snith 'Stret, CILlULELSTON, S. C.
A2SRTEN E od, t.
Send foir iceuho-t
TIinwvare. / I/nt "
n - wajpt iwr St., CH AR LESTON, S. C.
The regular cuarterly liueting of
the Farmers' Alliance for Clarendon
county will take place in the court
house, att Manning. on Friday, tth
April, next. Hon. W 1). Evaug and
others will probably be present to
address the meeting. A large attend
ame of Alliancemen is requested.
Sub-Secretaries will please be prompt
with their report.
JAS. E. DAVIS,
D. J. BRADHAM,
Clarentlon County, -
MANNI1G, S. C., April 2, 1894.
Notice is hereby given that the reg
ular examination for teaebers for the
piuhlic schools of this county will be
held in the court house il Manning,
Friday morning, April 20, 1894, con
-mencing at 10 o'clock.
Applicants for examination will
please be prompt in attendance at
the hour specified.
L. L. W ELLS,
WIGG'S CHOLERA POWDER,
An absolute cure and preventative. It
has never failed to cure the Tholera either in
hogs or fowls. I have had 8 years experi
ence in raising hogs. and have never lost
one from cholera after ndi.inistering this
remedy. Try it You wiil not regret.
Price 25 cent's por package , by mail 30 cents
postage prepaid. Address JAME.s N10C0,
lox 115, lBeaufort, S. C.
Notice of Discharge.
On the 26th day of Api:, 18ll, I will ap
ply to the Jndge of Probate for Clarendon
county for letters of dismisscry as adminis
trator of thr- estate of Mrs. M. I. Bryant,
deceased. G. H. CURTIS,
Packsville, S. C.. March 26, 1894.
NOTI OF ' REGISTRATION.
State of Soutlh Carolina,
COUNTY OF CLARENDMr
IN ACCORDANC WITH THE PROVIS
ions of an act of the General Assembly,
ratified on the 9th da' f February, 18S2, I
will be in the court .c'se in Manning. in
the ottice of the clerk of the court, the first
Monday of each'nionth, for the purpose of
allowing persons coming of age since the
l it g-neral election to register, and to at
tend to ary other business pertaining to my
official duties. S. P. HOLLADAY,
Supervisor Registration Clarendon Co.
P. 0. Address: Panola. S. C.
OFFICE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
Manning, S. C., Jan., 4th 1893.
Until fi: ther notice I will have my office
open on Saturday of each week. The
cther days will be spent in visiting the
schools of the county.
L. L. WELLS,
School Commissioner C. C.
TO MY PATRONS!
I have just returned from the com
mercial centres where I purchased
with the cash a wvell assorted
andl 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 Compiete,
both in quantity anid quality.
Tirese goods were bought as cheap
as the hatrd cash could buy them, and
my patrons will get the advantage of
my cheap purchases.
Mrs. Loyns has-weplenished her
Millinery Stock, and is prepared to
turn out as neat and stylish milli
,ery work as any establishrnent
in the State.
O~ppos.ite Cenitratl Hotel.
CAUT!ON.- a dealer offers W. L.
Douglas sthoes at a reduced prics, or says
he has thoem. without name stamped on
bottom, put hims down as a fraud.
SS SHE Tr"E WO.
W. L. DOUGLAS Shoes are stylish, easy fit.
ting, and giv e better satisfaction at the prices ad.
vetised than any other make. Try one pair and
be convinced. Thc stamping of V. . L. Duglasg
rne antd p rice on the bottout, which guarantccs
their value, saves thousands of dcliars annually
t.:1 hse who wea~tr themn. Dealers who push the
saeof W. L. Douglas Shoes g:n c'sstomers,
whi ch help s o increase the sales onithei- full line
o oos.- They can afford to sell at a less profit
an eb~eeyou can save mnyb um l
..::o foorear of the dealer advertised bel'ow.
'0 "slore frce unon application. Address,
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brocktosn, Mass. Sold hv
Horton, Burgess & Co.
Save Your Eyes!
When you need a pair of spectacles don't
buy an inferior glss. You will find none
l etter than
CRY ST AL LENlSES
--EYE -:*- GLASSES.+
For sale by
DR. W. M. BROCKINTON,
Mannsing, S. C.
Parties desiring agricultural rent hie.ns
and supply liens can find themn at T1he