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THE XANNIG TIMES.
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Oublishes all County and Town
Wednesday, May 23, 1S94.
Your Name in Print.
-Solicitor J. S. Wilson is still quite sick.
-Mr. A. W. Knight, of the Sumter Her
ald, spent last Monday in Manning.
-Hon.' James E. Tindal and Hon. L. M.
Ragin were in Manning last Saturday.
-The infant son bf Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Sprott has been verv ill, but is improving.
--Mrs. H. J. Istaacs and Mrs. R. Green
tree left Manning this morning for their
home in Philadelphia.
-Col. B. P. Barron is acting solicitor in
Kingstree this week on acconut of the sick
ness of Solicitor Wilson.
-Mr. James Bltckwoll. the popular and
handsome fainman on the Atlantic Coast
Line, has been allowed a vacation for a few
days, and be is now visiting reiatives in
Overcoats came in good last Saturday
Base ball goods at Dinkins & Co.'s.
The county commissioners will meet Fri
day. June 1st.
Base balls and bats at Dinkins & Co.'s.
The Methodist conference ht aiemphis
adjourned last Monday.
Babies' fine caps at Louis Loyns's.
The Times office turns out beautiful job
work. When you want any give us a call.
It is rumored that orange blosioms will
bloom in Manning June 21st.
Mr. J. W. McLeod has had a nice brick
sidewalk put in front of his store.
New millinery at the Racket Store.
Our criminal docket is a heavy one. The
county jail is full of prisoners.
If you-want a hat trimmed in New York
it can be fmund at the Racket Store.
Tie bank has turther improved its ap
pearance with a bar.dsome set of shades.
Fresh garden seed and onion setts at
Mr. James E. Tennant has received the
appointment of postmaster for Summerton.
A full line of delicious candies at Din
kins & Co.'s.
"Will Hon. James E. Tindal be a candi
date for gubernatorial honors?" is a ques
tion often asked us.
Attention. bise ball clubs ! Barse ball
and bats for sale at Dinikins & Co.'s.
Messrs. John 8. Wilson and F. C. Thomas
became the happy fathere of sons last Fri
J. W. McLeod has in '.tock Stoliwerck's
celebrated bands of of chocolate and cocoas.
4They say if you examine the present
moon with a smoked glass you will find
that it contains rocks.
Ladies' artificial flowers, ribbons and
velvets, at Louis Loyns's.
Hon. J. E. Tindal tells us that he is re
eeiving letters from all over the State to en
ter the gubernatorial race.
The United States court has decided the
railroads that had refused to pay taxes must
pay the taxes and penalties also.
If you want a cap for the baby you will
find an assortment at the Racket Store.
--Pick Leaf" smoking tobacco, 10 cents a
package, at WV. M. Brockinaton's.
The editor of the Times is under obliga
tions to Miss Sallie Stukes for an invitation
to attend the Converse college commence
If you want something delicious and
healthy to drink go to McLeod's and buy
Stoliwerck's chocolate and cocoas.
When you go into our stores look before
you sit down, as fly paper is promiscuoosly
se~rttered about and you might accidently
sit on it.
Choice plug~ tobacco 50c. and 75c. per
pound at Brockingtonr's drug store.
The C., S. and N. depot at :immerton
was struck by lightning last Friday night
and burned to the ground. The entire
contents were also destroyed.
Once you try Stollwerck's chocolates and
cocoas you will always want them. Mc
Leod keeps thema.
The witnesses in'the United States court,
summoned in the case of Henry Tindal,
have all returned to their homes. The
cases against Tindal were continued until
the next term.
Married, last Thursday evening, at the
Methodist churob, by Rev. WV. B. Duncan,
assisted by Rev. H. M.L Mood, Captain
William C. Davis and Miss Clara J. Hung
gins. The church was handsomely decor
ated, and a large crowd was present to wit
ness the ceremony.
Thomas k Braidham have opened a brick
yard in Manning, and are offering first
class brick in all quantities.
We received a card from Uon. S. A. Net
ties from Texas the first of this week
which says that he will be home on
June 1st. He says the country he is travel
ing in is fine, cotton is 8 inches high and
corn shoulder high, but South Carolina is a
better State after all.
A good sewing machine on easy terms
better for cash-at Brockinton's drug store.
Last Saturday the Manning Guards had a
drill on the square. The company pre
sented a fine appearance, about thirty-two
men wer in line, most of them new ma
terial. AI.ar the drill the company
marched wo their armory and elected a
batch of new members. If the present in
terest keeps the Guards bids fair to become
one of the best military organizations in
Thomas & Bradhamn haye an oat and
wheat thresher, and they are soliciting
orders to do work throughout the county.
One of the clerks in a store has taken up
an idea that some one told him the farmers
of this county were about to establish a tre
mendous store in Manning. The building
is to be 175 feet long by 35 feet wide, two
stories high and to start with a capital of
$50,000. The young man insists having
heard of this great project, and is con'vinced
there is something in it. When told that
he must have dreamed this thing he laughs
at the idea.
If you want a corn husk plaque or a white
rice plateau call at the Racket Store.
We said last week if our merchants ex
pect to keep in the mercantile race with the
merchant war-horse they will have to hustle
and our assertion is proven by the deter-'
mined effort Moses Levi is making to draw
the trade of the people to his new and
handsome3 store. Read his advertisement
in this issue and you will see that he means
business and plenty of it. To advertise so
elaborately at this season of the year shows
a desire to inform the public that the n~ag
nificent line of goods Mr. Levi has in his
store was bought for sale and be is sparing
no expense to bringing the fact before the
Just received a fashionable and stylish
assortment of ladies', minees'and children's
summer hats, also pattern hats, at Louis
A Pretty Marriage Ceremony -Two
Happy Hearts Joined Together.
The rites of that imperishable institution
of God, which defying the ages, refuses to
grow old and le s interesting, have rarely
been more beautifully solemnized than on
Thursday evening, the 17th inst., on the
occasion of the marriage of Capt. W. C.
Davis and Miss Clara Huggins.
Capt. Davis, the oldest son of Mr. James
E. Davis, is a young lawyer of ability and
sterling eniaracter, is very popular. and has
before him a bright future. His beautiful,
amiable and accomplished bride, daughter
of the late Dr. H. H. Huggins, is a favorite
with all who huow her.
At 8 30 o'clock the bridal party assembled
at the residence of the tride's mother, Mrs.
L. E. Huggins, and were driven to the
feihodist church, which was tastily and
artistically decorated. A festoon of ever
greens was gracefully suspended from the
top of the left back window to a lower
point on the chandelier centrally across the
church, thence up to the same point on the
opposite window, back to a central point
high above the pulpit, and again to the left
hand widow forming what might be termed
a beautiful evergreen quadrangle of illiptic
curves. The various other decorations and
garlands of flowers around the chancel, per.
vading the church with their aromatic fra
grance inspired sentiments akin to those
related in classic myths, and presented a
To the strains of Mendelshon's wedding
march under the skillful execution of Mrs.
W. B. Duncan, of Kingstree, (sister of the
bride), the attendants entered the church,
preceded by the ushers, Messrs. W. E.
Burgess and F. 0. Richardson, as follows:
Left aisle Mr. J. H. Rigby, right aisle Miss
Lucie Barron, crossing and taking position
on right and left of chancel respectively;
right aisle Dr. G. L. Dickson, left aisle Miss
Nonie Harvin, crossing and taking porition,
Dr. Dickson with Miss Barron, Miss Har
vin with Mr. Rigby. In. the same order
the other attendants entered the church,
taking position in like manner and stand
ing thus: Mr. C. J. Lesesne with Miss
Ria Scott; .ir. Ernest Coskrey with Miss
Blanche Wells; Mr. W. T. Wilder with Miss
Vie Haynaswortb, of Darlington; Mr. W. C.
Bagnal with Miss Alma Ingram, of Sumter;
Mr. T. B. Haynsworth, of Oarlington, with
Miss Julia DuPont, (.f Wedgefield; Mr. E.
0: Ingram, of Sumter. with Mis- Mary Anna
Davis. Preceding the brile and maid of
honor, Miss Maggie Huggins, right ailse.
and groom best man, Mr. A. C. Davis, left
aisle, came the flower girls. little Misses
Sallie Ingram and Sadie Davis, crossing
and taking their position at the right and
left of bride and groom.
The ceremony was very impressively per.
formed by Rev. W. B. Duncan, (brother.in
law of the bride), assisted by the Rev.
Henry M. Mood, and after the benediction
on the indissoluble union, Eros was no
more happy with his Psyche than were
these two young people.
The bride was handsomely attired in
cream Henrietta en train, point de Venise
lace, veil and orange blossoms; ornaments,
diamonds, handsome boquet, bride roses.
Miss Maggie Huggins-cream albatroEs,
point de Gene lace, natural flowers.
Miss Mary Anna Davis-cream silk, lae
and ribbons; ornaments, pearls.
Miss Julia DuPont-cream Henrietta and
satin; ornaments, pearls.
Miss Alma Ingram-cream albatross,
point de Gene lace and ribbon; natural
Miss Vie Haynsworth-cream silk, lace
and ribbon; ornaments, diamonds.
Miss Blanche Wells-cream Henrietta.
lace and ribbdn; natural flowers.
Miss Ria Scott-cream albatross, point
de Gene lace and ribbon; natural flowers.
Miss Nonie Harvin-cream Henrietta,
point de Gene lace and ribbon; ornaments,
Miss Lucie Barron-cream Henrietta and
ribbon; natural flowers,
Miss Sudie Davis--blue Henrietta, lace
and ribbon; basket of roses and geraniums.
Miss Sallie Ingram-pink Henrietta, lace
and ribbon; basket of roses and geraniums.
The ceremony at the church being over,
the party returned to the residence of the
bride's mother, where a reception was ten
dered, which was greatly enjoyed by all
preoent. C. J. L.
Col. Mclaster's Letter.
The letter of Col. McMaster is a curios
It is, however, an honest expression of
opInion, and presents more fully than us
ual the ideas of the minority in this State.
By reading between the liues it shows in
the most~conclusive manner the absurdity
of supposing that the organization of "Dem
oratic-" or Anti-Tillman- clubs can effect
the elections in this State.
But suppose that all the Anti-'lillman
men should organize, what can they do
against the regularly organized Democracy
of our State ? Unless Col. McMaster was
allowed to make two-thirds of the people
inelligible, how do the select and super-ex
cellent little one-third expect to gain powei?
This contry is ruled by the majority of the
The Press and Banner does not believe
that any one coterie or set of politicians
possess all the respectability or patriotism,
We believe a subhscriber to the Ocala
platform is just as honest and just as pa
triotic as the Tillmanites, the Populists, or
Webster says "a patriot is a person who
loves his country." Will anybody deny
that Democrats, Populists, Ocalaites, and
Alliancemen love their country?
Without exception the Alliancemnen and
Ocalaites stood for South Carolina in 1876.
All South Carolinians are interested in
maintaining unity and harmony among the
white people, and those who get beaten in
tne elections should accept their defeat as
gracefully as they can, and bide their time.
We certainly can gain nothing by with
drawing from the great mass of the voters
to organize a "Holier Than Thou" Club.
The Press and Banner believes that it is
foolish to attempt to organize "National
Democratic Clubs." We can gain nothing
by it. We can't elect anybody, and to or
ganize such clubs with any view of getting
offce from Cleveland is a waste of time, and
seals the political fate of those who join it.
Recent developments would indicate that
the Prosident is governed by the congress
men.-Abbeville Press and Banner.
In saying that Hood's Sarsaparilla cures,
its proprietors make no idle or extravagant
claim. The advertising of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla is always within the bounds of reason,
because it is true; it always appeals to the
sober, common sense of thinking people,
and it is alwa ys fully substantiated by en
dorsements, which, in the financial world,
would be accepted without a moment's hes
Bead the testimonials published in be
half of Hood's Sarsaparilla, all from reliable,
They tell the story. Hood's Sarsaparilla
Clemson college, the pride of the people,
was destroyed by fire yesterday morning.
When the sad news reached Manning
everybody was anxious to know the par
ticulars. The mail brought the afteinoon
papers which gave a very meagre account,
but sufficient to show that the main build
ing was entirely destroyed leaving intact
the domitories and chapel and that none of
the boys were hurt. The loss is estimated
at about $60,000O, insurance about $25,000.
The origin of the fire is unknown, but 'is
supposed to have been incendiary.
Itch on human, mange on horses, dogs
and all stock, cured in 30 minutes by
Woolford's Sanitary lotion. This never
fails. Sold by J. G. Dinkins dr Co., drug
gists, Manning, S. C.
- Post Office Rules.
Morning m ail closes 8.50.
Evening mail closes 5.50.
Office open from 8 a. m. to 8p. m.
Sunday from 8.30 to 10.30 a. in., and from
5 to 7.30 p. m.
No money orders or postal notes will be
issued or paid after 5 p. mn.
stamps and cards will not, be sold on
Box rents must be paid for in advance.
All letters upon which postage is dace
will be held until the postage is paid.
Boisterous conduct in the post office is
strictly forbidden. Louis APPELr,
The New Platform.
The following is the platform for the
National Democratic party t> be advocated
by clubs to be organized under the aus
pices of General Wade Hampton. in Sath
Whereas, The Alliance has eduIc ted the
masses, thereby preventing any further
deception of the people by member< of this
orginization seeking office. We deem the
time and occasion propitous for throwing
off all disguise and coming out bol 1ly for
the classes as against the masses, therefore,
Resolved. 1. That there existA no actual
distinction between the Democratic and the
Republican parties, and that while we hold
to separate organizations, our object is to
enslave the people.
2. That we look upon Grover Cleveland
and John Sherman as the embodiment of
our ideas to an exalted degree, and defer
to their combined wisdom in all matters of
3. We hold to the single gold standard
and the national banking system as .emi
nently tit and proper and conducive to our
4. We bow with reverence to that part of
the scripture only which saith: "To him
that hath shall be given and from him that
hath not shall be taken even that which he
5. We demand a tariff which will derive
revenue sufficient to support the officials in
handsome style and pay the bondholders a
fair interest and which shall be so adj isted
as to bear least upon wealth and capital,
and heaviest upon labor. by so doing we
make the laboring man feel that he has an
interest in the government and having that
interest, we may always rely upon his pa
triotism in times of danger.
6. We look upon poverty as a crime and
ascribe to those who have money, all the
essential virtues that make up true man
7. We demand the erection by govern
ment of jails and prisons in convenient
parts of the country for confining that por
tion of our population who by reason of
the operation of our just and righteous
laws, lose their belongings and less they
become a burden to the opulent, we recom
mend that they and families be hired out
for feed and clothes to the mortgsgees of
8. We deem it essential to the stability of
our institutions that some badge of meri
torious distinction be placed upon our peo
ple to be based upon wealth alone, and that
a heavy penalty bi inflicted upon anyqne
using a title which has not been conferred
upon Lim or her by the executive, or to
which they are not entitled by lineal de
9. We demand a gradual restriction of
the elective franchise to those owning
10. Holding to the doctrine "that the
ends justides the means," we will encour
age intimidation, misrepresentation and
election frauds, and we look upon the ne
gro who votes our ticket as better than a
white man who does not.
13. We view with displeasure and alarm
any attempt of the common people to
ameliorate their condtion and we denounce
such organizations as Reformers, Third
Partyites, Trades Union, and Protective
Associations, of any kind whatever, which
tends in that direction as revolutionary in
design, and imprac:icable in excution, as
tending to disturb business and unsettle
values. an.1 we demand of Vongress the
passage of laws which will prevent their
assemblage in larger grouis than five per
12. We feel assured that the safety of
Republicai institutions demand combina
tion of. capital, and we welcome trusts,
corporations, dealings in futures, boards of
trades, and clearing houses as eminently
worthy and entitled to the protection of the
government and the gratitude of the people.
13. We welcome to our club and party
any one entitled to vote, w-ithout regard to
race, color or previous~coondition.-Florence
ST-rr or Oato, CrrY OF ToLEno,
Lucas Cour. ' '
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Che.
ney & Co., doing business in the City of
Toledo, Cou nty and State aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of One
Hundred Dollars for each and every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarth Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in may
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D.
[sEnj A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimo
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
prSold by druggists. 75c.
Col. MeMaster't Idea About Tillmianites.
To the editor of the State: To reform
and reorganize the Democratic party in
South Carolina under the call of the Na
tional Democracy, in my opinion, is a mat
ter of vital interest to the commonwe~alth.
It behooves all good patriots who yearn to
lift the State from the slough of despond in
which it has been east by our deluded fel
low-citizens; who have been worshipping
false gods for tbe last four years, to discuss
the subject calmly and dispassionately.
In forming these clubs allow me to sug
gest that a distinct line must be marked
and followed between Democracy andi Till
How a Tilluxtanite can call himself a Demn
ocrat defies all rules of logic andl common
sense and is beyond conception, but they
do so all the same. Being an uniwavering
advocate of the principles of .Democracy so
manfully sustained by our great President,
Mr. Cleveland, in his policy, I think the
Tillmanites are Populists and that their
teachings inevitably lead to mobocracy and
In forming Democratic clubs I would ex
clude every man who at any time favored
the Ocala platform, unless lie renounced
the doctrines of paternalism in that plat
This, then, I would make the test of all
so-called Deiqagrats who proffered to join
the National )emocracy. Unless such a
precaution is taken, we will be nder the
yoke of the Philistines at least four years
longer, and the poverty of the land will be
F. W. McMASTmn.
English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, soft or calloused lumps and blemishes
from horses, blood spavins, curbs, splints,
sweny, ring-bone, stifles, sprains, all
swollen throats, coughs, etc. Save $50 by
use of one bottle. Warranted the most
wonderful blemish cure ever known. Sold
by J. G. Dinkins & Co.. druggists, Man
ning S. C.
Col. F. W. McMaster, of Columbia, in a
letter to the Columbia State wants none but
true Democrats to be admitted into the
Hampton national league clubs, and Till
manites are not Democrats. This is the
same man that was going to leave the State
in 1890 if T'illman was made governor, but
he didn't go. What a pity.
Is te mst mpo ttpart o
temnis sujet are due to impu-.
ties in the blo. You can,ther.
~fore, realize how vital it is to
Y Keep It Pure
For which nroe otifcanY9
( cleanses the blood thoroughly (
and buikds up the general health.,
W7EDDING INVITATIONS AND
Vcards, and all kinds of fine, fanoy
and commercial printing done promptly a
the Manning Timesjob ofice, Lowest prices
Best In World
The Judgement on Hood's Pro
nounced by Squire Fogg.
The following testimonial comes from T. X
Fogg, Esq., who Is well-known throughout Ken
lueky as court justice and justice of the peace
for 3ath eounty. His words should Invoke the
confidence of a who read his letter:
"C. L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"I will say for Hood's Sarsaparilla I believe
It to be the best medicine In the world. In the
wnter of ' I had a bad case of the grip whell
left my system in very bad shape. I tried every
thg I could And and got no relief. In the fall
of the same year I bought a bottle of Hood'i
Sarsaparilla. The ArMt dose I took
Made a Decided Change
for the better. When I began taking the Ars
bott my weight was 127 pounds, the lightesi
since manhood. By the time the second bottle
had been used my wegtwas pounds. I
owe all this to Hood's Barsaparifa and Igladly
repommend it to all sufferers." T. X. FOGG,
Jutlee of the Peace, Sbarpsburg Kentucky.
Mood's Pills eure liver Ills, constipation,
billousness, jaundice, sickbhadache Indigestion
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate fol
Clarendon county on the 26 day of May, 189
for a final discharge as administrator of the
state of Mrs. R. M. Kelly.
W. J. KELY.
Packsville, S. C., April 25. 1894.
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
N ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROV1,
ions of an act of the General Assembly,
ratified on the 9th day of February. 1882, ]
will be in the court Lorse in Manning. in
the office of the clerk of the court, the firsi
Monday of each month, for the purpose o
llowing persons coming of age since the
last general election to register, and to at.
end to any other business pertaining to my
>fficial auties. S. P. HOLLADAY,
Supervisor Registration Clarendon Co.
P. 0. Address: Panola. S. C.
OFFICE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,)
Manning, S. C., Jan., 4th 1893.
Until faither notice I will have my office
open on Saturday of each week. The
3ther days will be spent in visiting the
schools of the county.
L. L. WELLS,
School Commissioner C. C.
ATLANTIC COAST U.NE.
CHARLETON, S. C., April 23, 1894.
On and after this date the following ps
enger schedule will be in effect:
No 78 No 14 No 60
v Charleston 3 35am. 3 30pm 5 00pm
trlTanes 5 30 am 5 29 pm 7 00pm
r Florence 7 10 am 6-45 pm 8 50 pm
No 23 No 61 No 35
Lv Florence 7 25 pm 7 45 am 3 37 an
r Lanes 9 00 am 9 20 am 9 20 am
r Charleston 11 00 pm 11 21 am 6 50 an
WILMIINGTON, COLUMBIA, & AUGUS
WIIMIoToNr, N. C., April 23,.894.
v Wilmington . 6 40 pm
Ly Marion 9S5; pm
r Florence 10 40 pm .
v Florence 5 10 am
v Marion 5 54 am
ar Wilmington 9 10 am
TRAINS OING NORTH.
No 58 No 52 No 50
v Florence 7 45 am 7 10 pm
v Mavesville 9 00 am 8 70 pm
~r Sunter 9 20 am 8 28 pm
tr edgelild 10 08 am 8 50 pm
Lr Columbia 11 05S am 30) 00 pm
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
No59 No53 No51
v Columbia . 4 20 pm 4 30 am
Lv Wedgetield 5 18 pm 5 35 am
v Samter 5 45 pm 5 35 pm 5 57 am
Gv Mayesville 6 02 pm 6 14 pm
tr Florence 6 5.5 pm 7 15 pm
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF S. C.
Dated April 23, 1894.
No 52 No 82
Lv Charleston 7 00 am 4 40 am
Lv Lanes 8 40 am 8 15 am
v Forestomn 9 02 am 9 33 an
Lv Wilsons 9 09 am 10 10 am
v Manning 9 18 am 11 00 am
v Harvins 9 28 am 11 40 am
kr Sumter 9 48 am 12 35pm
r Columbia 11 05 am 4 00 pm
No 53 No 83
v Columbia 4 20 pm 4 40 am
v Samter 5 40 pm 8 40 am
v Harvins 6 04 pm 9 50 am
Lv Manning 6 15 pm 10 40 am
v Wisons 6 27 pm 11 10 am
Lv Foreston 6 35 pm 11 35 pm
ar Lanes 7 00 pm 12 30 pm
ir Charleston 8 40 pm 4 14 pm
MANCHESTER AND AUGUSTA R. 1R.
eave Sumter................10 50a m
eave Privateer..............11 10a m
eave Pinewood .............11 40 a
rrive Renmini...............11 59 a m
eave Bemiini............ 1 00 p ni
eave Pinewood........... ..1 20 p m
eave Privateer.............1 150 p in
arrive Sumter............... 2 10 p m
sareston, Sumter, & Nothern R, R,
CHAS. E. KIMBALL, REcEIvER.
NORTH BOUND TRAIN.
Lv Charleston..............6 50a m
vPregnalls.................8 810 a mi
Lv Sumter..................10 25 a m
Lv Darlington...............1145a m
Lv Bennettsville.............12 45 p m
.rGibson................... 105p m
No. 1 connects with C. F. & Y. V. at
3ennettsville for Fayetteville, connects with
seaboard Air Line at Hamlet for Wilming
on, Charlotte, Shelby. Rutherfordfon; and
at Charl-otte with R. & D. Vestibule limited
'or Washington and New York. Pas'sen
ers can taze sleepers at Charlotte at e:15
soUTH BOUND TRAIN.
Lv Gibson................... 325p m
Lv Bennettsville............. 3 50 p mi
v Darlington................ 450p m
Lv Sumter.......... ....... 6 30 p HI
Lv Pregnalls...~............ 850 p m
kr Charleston ...............10 30p m
All trains daily except Sumday. Passen.
ers by No. 2 train have through sleepers,
New York to Charlotte, connect with S. A. L.
tt Hamlet from Charlotte and North, antd
r..o. Wingto. Pinne at Hamlet,
Buy the Best Material to. Your Advantage, O keep SToR
FROM - e e
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FLEMING CEMENT AND BRICK COMPANY, N
+~ HeaccuLarterc for aUll MaSC ' Suplie, SOAPS, PERFUMERY, STATION
276EAS BA)~ flLRLESYV, s (VERY, CIGARS, GARDEN SEEDS,
S276d -inch articles ag are usually kept in a
o2 r14 - bst class drug store.
.Ane, Plaster, Rosendale, I have just added tQ my stock a line of
English Portland Cement, All Sizes Terra Cotta Pipe, & PAINTS AND O
Fire Brick and Clay, Iair, Brick, Tiles, Etc. and prepared to sell PAINTS, OILS
MIXED LOTS. CAR LOAD LOTS. EA, A
-d in quantities to suit purchasers
Agent for tile Celebrated Rock Wall Plaster. L.:W.NETLES, X.D.,
Aget|N nU tUt
Telephone 291. Waiw o for Prices. Forestol le o.
NEW SO E.PERCIVAL M'FG, Co
00K ifOR~ SASHI i AND BLINDS1 .
4.'8 to486 Meeting SreCHARLESTON, S. C
THOPS PEOGFUMERY, STATION-r
THE ROGRSSIV STOE IWETMERHORN & FISCHER,
THE STORE Of NEW IDEAS! SASH. DOORtS, BLINDS.
7, 9, 11. 13 Smithtreet, CHARLESTON, S. C.
OTTO TIEDEMAN & SONS,
Wholesale Grocers and. Provision Dealers,
THE STOREi THAT WILL ALWAYf 1'72~, 174, and 176 lEast Bay Street, L
EP STOR PER I A L M'FG. C
N LOW PRICES
"CA LIG R A P H"
ANDR NEVER BE UNDERSOLDA.
We are opening with one of the best assorted stocks, now thirteen years since the Caligrapu Typewriter was first Put
upon the market and in all that time has responded faithfully
newest styles, withi lowest pricesfor the same values ever in P to what is required of a first-class writing machine
Sumter. Our stock embraces a beautiful assortment of The Caligraph is recognized everywhere as
the most simople and most dur.ible
typewriter.- It is easily
learned," does beau
YGOODS, WILL LAST A DECADE,
if properly cared for. In speed COLtests it has repeatedlv taken the firs
place and in telegraphic work has never been excelled. For manifolding
purposes it has no superior. With iuterchangeable parts the Caligraph is
well nigh indestructible. The experionce of business men, ministers, te
legraphers, short-band schools, and government departments all go to
prove that the Caligraph is without a peer.
SOLD ON EASY TERMS.
EC. Irvine Walker, Jr., i Co.,
No. 6 Broad St. Charleston, S. C.
-CHARLES C. LESLIE,. E " T .
Remember, we are to be found next to Brown Wholesale&Retail Commission Dealer in M ARBLE YARD,
& Chandler's, on Liberty Street, Sumter, S. C. F' I I SUMTER, S. C.
LANT____ I____ DN ____ _, -CONDUCTED BY
Consignments of poultry, eggs, and all Co m der&Ric RPM
kinds'of country produce are respectfull 0
(SUCCESSOR TO RUTLEDGE & TINDAL) We are now prepared to fill all orders
(SUCESSR T RirtEDE &TINAL)Office Nos. 18 & 20 Market St., E. of East Bayfo
..A -:- rs -:- AND -:- MANUFACTUER -:- 0F -CHARLESTON. S. C. MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES
adealer ofer W. L. COPIn.G and all ornamental and substan
Fh has them without same stamped a best vhork, and guarantee all jobs. We
SUMMERTON, S. C. bottom,puthlmdowu asud. rmle to do strictly a first-class business
Keeps in CstOck a full line of be isteads, chairs, tables, sofas, wardrobes, bureans;, bed
room sets, cradles, cribs, matresses, bed springs, coffins, caskets, etc., etc. Onr stock of
* CFORT AND HEADSTONES,
COFFINS AND CASEETSto have c exhibition in a few
is equal to any kept in this or Sntier counties, and we will fill orders at any hour day
or night. .Ir. H. H. Windhau inced inecLanic, will g ie pslid
attention to repairing of aa kinds of furniture at -shortest notice. Onr prices
are as low as Lhe lowest, and all we ask to effect a sale is an inspection of onrgoods. We 1 MARB L MANTLES,
are also agents for wagons and buggies which we will sell at lowest possible pr ices
OILS, PAINTS , Se o Es
AtND- When you necd a pair of spectacles don't
buy an inferior glass. You will find none
Painters Material of *Every Description, better than
Window Glass, Grocers' Fixtures, Naval To L. DOUCLAS CRYSTAL LENSES
S tore Supplies, Etc. S3 OETH WORLD.
W. L. DOUGLAS Shoes are stylish, easy ft
-' give bettersatisfaction at the pt51 ad.
COIN andn all ornaenta ande substan-an
STAE GLNS ORbe convicc.-Thestampingof1~ L,1ouglzs'
SAlname and price on thd bottom, wch guarantees
their valueb saves thousands of eollars annually
to those who wear them. aDalers who push the
saane of W. L. Douglas Shoes gain customers,
wWhich helps to increase thc sales onetheir xel line
0- of ioods. They can afford to sell at a less profit.
nd de ayelieve so can save moey by buyongf ol
DIRECT IPORTERS OF I'your footwear bf the dealer adverosd below.
C:,uloirtic free upon application. Address, I
a dL. DOUGLAS, BrocktonMMass. MANT
Horton, Burgess & Co. o
--AND---- 'I -M1-AN -. Wec don't
~.W ilSN REbuyanifrogas.Yuwlfidne
Painers ateraa ol'Evry D scriAionBOTtLE: Fr sab
ViTM. SI~~22JppBXRD & er so a orch makes. ON T DRa r BanINO
.Elee.7-e Sttaete and- Coun.tfey,*7 sad pany ____________
DIECAIPOTEE FPluastera o te eaerPderrsdselw
- J~~~oton, Burews &, Co., -*NDELEI
B-Od-& -i E CE EBRATE
W il aF. I . ....igLSA che air, Fire Brcs andie
- man a 1 ganT IpLicor salesb
Tiw refiesat and Cony aesai
O.3-etn t, H R TN .C -AT Agentfite's engt, Prla ee ais
-- - Nos. 49 Hayne & 112 Market Streets 194 and 19G East Bay st.. Charleston, S. C
Job Printing of all kinds quickly done at this o0f10e. CHARLESTON, S. . Go to the Manning Times office for