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Manning, S. C. i
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Wednesday, June 27, 1S94. 6
Your Naime in Print.
-Miss Grace Jervey is v-siting friends h
in Manning. I
-Mr. James D. McDowell is at home
from Davidson college. b
-Miss Emma Hammell, of Sumter, is if
visiting friends in town.
-Mrs. Fannie Williams, of Sumter. is in vi
Manning on a visit to her mother. Mrs. M- b
0. Burgess. 11
-Capt. Allen Jones, of Columbia, was in n
Manning yesterday morning looking after a
the adjustment of Mr. Levi's fire loss on
-Prof. E. J. Browne and family wi'l p
leave for the counties of Chester, Newberry
and Edgefleld next Saturday to spend the
summer holidays. Prof. Browne expects
to attend the State Teachers' association a
before he returns.
Work has been commenced on the two g
brick stores for Mr. B. A. Johnson.
Did you ever hear of James Means' shoes?
Moses Levi is the sole agent for them.
Base balls and bats at Dinkins & Co.'s. a,
Mr. J. M. Windham brought in the first *
vater melons of the season last Saturday.
Base ball goods at Dinkins & Co.'s. p
Recent arrivals mid summer goods at
Horton, Burgess & Co.'s. h
The Knights of Pythias had a good meet
ing last Monday night. The lodge is in- li
creasing its membership. el
Milk shakes, ice cream and soda water at P
Stewart's pavilion. tn
Rev. John 0. Gough will fill his regular
appointment at the Baptist church in Man- s<
ning next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. B
Stewart's ice cream pavilion is now open.
Fon BzNT OR SAL-The Manning Hotel. s<
Terms reasonable to an approved tenant ti
or purchaser. Possession given any time a
desired. Apply to Mrs. M. 0. Burgess,
Mnning~ S. C.
Fresh garden seed and onion setts at
Brockinton's- * s
Manning is surely and steadily growing. p
We are told there is but one empty' dwell- &
ing house in town, and that would have E
been rented long ago but it is larger than b
persons restIng houses require.
Atten tion, base ball clubs ! Base ball ~
and bats for sale at Dinkins & Co.'s. l
The dance that was to be given by the ~
el5it sometime back failed to materialize, i
but the creme de la cremehad a fine german G
last night in the Institute hall. If you h
want tobe in the swim, get you a pair ef t~
"patent leathers" and join the '-bloods." s~
Ventilated summer corsets, Thomson's b
gloye fitting and Warner's, at Horton, Bur- jh
gess & Co.'s. ai
Prom the talent we saw exhibited at the
exhibition of the Collegiate institute we see i
no reason.why Manning can not get someB
hrst-class theatrical entertainments. These a
things are pleasant and instructive. The ~
mnaterial is here and all that is needed is
for someone to set the ball in motion. gi
A good sewing machine on easy terms
better for cash--at Brockinton's drug store.
In another column will be seen where
there is a fine opportunity for a young lady ~
from this county to capture the beneficiary
scholarship prize in Winthrop Normal ~
school. This scholarship is worth S150.
and is worth striving for. Those who in- i
tend competing for the prize should begin b
looking up their books at once as the com
petitive-examination comes off in the court 01
house on July 17th.
Look at the date on the label of your e'
paper and if your subscription is out or p,
about to be send us a renewal. t
Whiskey regularly applied to a farmer's
stomach will remove the boards from the
fence, let the cattle into his crops, kill his e
fruit trees, mortgage his farm. and sow his w
fields with wild oats and thistles. It will c
take the gloss from his clothes and the pol- d
lish from his manners; subdue his reason,
arouse his passion, bring sorrow and dis
grace upon his family, and topple him into
a drunkard's grave.-Ex. c
Bradham's flour mill is in operation vi
every day, and parties having wheat to le
grind will get good flour by having their
wheat thoroughly dry. ul
We are requested to bring to the atten- G
tion of the proper authorities the condition tb
of the bridges on the Black river .auseway.
The bridges are said to be in a dangerous at
condition and need immediate repairs. cc
The county commissioners should lose no G
time in looking after this matter, because
if a man gets an animal injumed it will
mean a greater outlay of money than the
cost of repairing the bridges.
Once you try stollwerck's chocolates and g
cocoaa you will always want them. Mc- ti
Leod keeps them. b
Cal Caughman is running, or is alleged
to be running, for corgress in the seventh of
district. It is generally supposed that his pi
only object in running is to get chances to is
make speeches in which he will do what he Mj
can to boom his friend and patron, Senator ga
Butler. A Reformer of Lexington writes w;
that Caughman cannot carry a Reformer in W
Lexington county. He adds that Caugh- ca
man might as well just take a brush and ti,
box of blacking and go along with Butler
instead of running for congress in the et
seventh district. Will Perry say "me too" oi
as to his candidacy in the third.-Register. h4
For the first time in the history~ of, Man- he
ning has the celebrated James Mean's shoe hi
been offered for sale here. Moses Levi is to
the only merchant in town that handles t
them, and he has just laid in a good sup.-w
Manning can boast of two of the hand
somest stores in the State. The stores re-m
cently erected by Moses Levi and S. A.
fligby would not be scorned in a large city.
What we need now is something on
the industrial order--a factory. We 7E
have fine storese, schoos, ,health,
and everything to induce an increasedC
population. Now if our enterprising T
citizens will determine to put up d
a factory our town will increase in popula
tion and our merchants will do a better O4
business. As Gov. Tillman remarked at
the immigration convention in Angasta, it T
will not do for the people to wait for others
to come among them to invest their money,
they must first show by their acts they want
to build upand improve, and then others
will come along and help. G
If you want something delicious and
healthy to drink go to McLeod's and buy m;
Sto1i-ernn' chocolate and cocoas. G
There was a piae:y mariage at the resi
mee of Mrs. S. J.Legg list Thursday morn
g. The parlor was handsomely decorated
ith flowers and evergreen, and from the
iing was suspended a large floral wed
Lng bell. Rev. J. W. Daniel, of Sumter,
rformed the ceremony in a most im
ressive mariner in the presence of a umii
r of special friends of the family. The
mtracting parties were Mr. A. W. Knight,
3e of the editors of the Snmter Herald,
2d Miss Hennie Legg, of this place. Mr.
M. Spann acted as best man, and Miss
arrie Legg, a sister of the bride, was first
aid of honor. The couple were also at
nded by Mr. F. 0. Richardson with Miss
slie Legg. of Georgia; Mr. E. 0. Ingram.
Snmter, with Miss Anabel Johnson, of
nion; and Mattie Appelt and Marie In
ram acted as flower bearers. Immediately
ter the ceremony the happy couple, amid
te congratnlations of friends, took their
parturze for burnter, their future home.
[r. and Mrs. Knight were the recipients
, numerous useful and valuable presents.
Send your orders to Stewart's pavilion for
:e cream to be delivered at your homes.
The town council is being petitioned to
;ain change their ordinance fixing the
>wn's fire limit. The petition is gotten up
i behalf of Mr. W. W. Legg, who wishes
> erect a frame livery and sale stable where
is old stables formerly stood. The signa
tres to the petition are property holders,
d of course they will receive the councils'
msideration. If the fire ordinance is re
rding the building up of the town, and
ie people. owning property are williig,
by not the town council repeal the orai
ance forbidding the erection of frame
ildings. There are several fine building
ts in the business portion of this town
at might be built up, if the parties own
g the lots could erect frame buildings.
here is a fine lot between McLeod and
alker, another between Walker and the
alluchat property, and then next to the
mnk are some lots which might be built up
the owners are allowed to build of wood.
he only persons that have a right to ob
et are those owning property in the
cinity of the property likely to be effected
an increase of insurance rates and the
creased risk of fire; if such persons do
t object then no one else is interested,
d if the property holders owning prop
ty petition council to allow the erection
wooden buildings on what is now the
re district the council should grant the
tiffion by all means.
Itch on human, mange on horses, dogs
id all stock, cured in 30 minutes by
'oolford's Sanitary lotion. This never
ils. Sold by J. G. Dinkins & Co., drug.
sts. Manning, S. C.
The Manning Collegiate Institute de
gted immense audiences last Wednesday
id Thursday evenings with its closing
ercises. The hall was packed both even
igs. and everybody that attended speak in
te highest praise of the way the scholars
rformed their various parts. The teach
s come in for a large share of the praise
r the excellent training the scholars ex
We would have taken pleasure in pub
shing the program, but was not fortunate
iough to be furnished with it. It was
ablished, however, in an out of town
aspaper that does not circulate among
e patrons of the school.
The trustees are well satisfied with the
hool's management under Professor
rowne and Miss Lucas, and they have
en re-elected for the ensuing term.
Manning is now equipped with good
hool facilities, and we hope when vaca
Dn is over that many new scholars will
tend our schools.
A Sad Death in Sumter.
It is our duty to chronicle one of the
ddest occurrences which has ever lhap
ned in our midst. For sometime past
:r. Bennie Spann has been desperately ill
ith typhoid fever in Amoricus, Ga. His
rother, Mr. Junius Spann, went on tinre
st week and on Tuesday wrote a leter
yme that the patient was probably betibr
id expressing hopes of his recovery. Tie
tter was received this morning and his
.other, Mrs. Junius Spann, took the lette:
>the residence of her sister. Mrs. E. C.
reen, for her to read. While away from
yme a telegram was received announcing
me death of Bennie. A messenger was
nt for Mrs. Spann, who told her the sad
sws and she hurried home accompanied
her sister. 'Just before reaching the
>use she complained of a peculiar feeling
id would have fallen but for support. She
as carried on home and given medical
eatment, but only lived a few moments.
er death was due to beart failure and was
mother illustration of the great love of a
The sympathy of our entire community
ss out to the bereaved family in their
eat affiiction.-Sumter Freeman, 23d.
Inspection of the Guards.
Last Thursday was a great day for the
annng Guards, and the boys made the
ost of it. At 5 o'clock the company
arched out of their armory 40 strong, and
ien they reached the court house square
ey were greeted by a large number of
dies, who had gone out to encourage the
ys to do their best before the inspecting
Col. J. G. Watts, assistant adjutant and
spector general arrived on the
'ening train and immediately
it himself in readiness for
e inspection. He was delighted when
swalked out on the square and saw the
e appearance of the men. The marching
olutions of the compar'.y were interfered
th by rain, and the inspection was con
aded in the court house. Before dismiss
g the company Col. Watts expressed his
slight at seeing the interest manifested by
e Guards, and complimented them for
e rapid improvement they had made.
After the inspection the company march.
back to the armory and, with a few in
ted guests, enjoyed a repast of ice cream,
nonade and cake.
Speeches of encouragement and congrat
ation were made to the boys by several of
e guests. and the first inspection of the
miards since the re-organization was one
at will long be remembered.
The company is now on a sure footing.
td we predict when the inspecting officer
mes again he will find the Manning
nards second to none in the State.
Sandy biroye News.
SamD GRovE, June 22, 1g94.-The farm.
s are in good spirits to-day, as we bad a
iod rain yesterday evening for the first
me in three wveeks. Crops are suffering
i~dly, corn especially; cotton crops are
Mr. Editor, there is a negro by the name
Thomas Burgess, traveling around under
'etense of selling organs by order, and it
thought that he has gone over towards
anning. He is slim, spare build, wears a
ey suit and whitish plug hat, He is
ited for housebreaking and larceny in
illiamsburg county. Some one should
teh him and inform Deputy P. D. Cock
*ld, Scranton, 5. C.
About two weeks ago an unknown negro
tered Mr. Stephen Canty's house about 9
:iock in the morning and laid violent
,ds on Mrs. Canty, threatening her life
she made any alarm, and after choking
r pretty severely let her go and helped
mself to meat anid flour. He skipped in
the swamp and has not yet been cap
red. Suspicion points to two negroes
so are on the dodge already.
Colored people are dying up over here
pidly. One man told me a few days ago
had made eight coffins in the last two
What is the matter with the howdydos ?
e ave not seen but one candidate this
The Reformers of Salem are solid for
Ilman for the U. S. Senate, McLauria for
ingress, and J. G. Evans for Governor.
ndal ain't in it over here; let's cure the
sease beoire we give the sedative. The
position are doing all in their power to
pture the legislature in order to defeat
Health tolerable good.
You run no risk. All druggists guarrntee
ve's Tasteless Chill Tonic to do all that
it the manufacturers claim for it.
Warranted no cure, no pay. There are
my imitations, to get the genuine ask for
-os. Sl by J G. Dinkins & Co.
DR, POPE TO REFORMERS.
"W11o Struck Billy Patterson '6"
To the Reform Voters of the Democratic
The perpetuation of ths Leform Move
ment depend, upon the manner of conduct
tag the ens-iing primary. Und-r the rules
of the State primarv cndidltes are re
quired to get a majority of the votes cas,
and if more than two are running for the
same oflice and none get a majority in the
first priinary, thou a second primary settles
it, the two highest in the first priiarv be
ing the candidates in the second. There
is, therefore, no danger of a Conservative
getting a uiLjority, except in those counties
controlled by them, which are few in num
bers. In other counties a Conservative and
a Reformer would run it over. and the Re
formers would concentrate on the Reform
candidate at the secord primary.
The Reform executive committee have
ordered an intervening primary between
the Reform candidates for governor and
lieutenant governor to take place on the -
day of August. which will be in advance of
some of the county meetings; in some of
counties it is proposed to substitute mass
meetings for a primary; the candidates for
governor have already been forestalled in
some of the counties by Reform clubs en
dorsing certain candidates. This is unfair
to say the least of it. If all the other can
didates, even those who are rnaning for the
general assemby which is to elect a United
States senator, are allowed to submit their
claims to the general primary, why not the
candidates for governor and lieutenant
The Conservatives say that they will not
run a candidate for governor and lieuten
ant governor if they are allowed to choose
one from those running, but if not allowed
lo do so that they may not be bound by the
action of the Reform primary. We are for
peace and fair dealing; we are opposed to
rings and cliques; then let us give them an
equal chance with us. All white men are
allowed to partitipate in the general pri
mary who will take the oath prescribed by
the general assembly. This is a step for
ward in the interest of peace and harmony.
Then let all have a fair showing. The Re
form executive commitee can be called to
gether and they can recind their call for a
primary, and the State Democratic execu
tive committee can make "be necessary ar
rangements for a box at eaih poll for State
officers and fix it so that thoe who get the
majqrity in the respective counties shall
receive the vote of the delegatet from those
counties to the State Convention. All of
the candidates are pronounced Retormers.
No advantage can accrue toanyone of them
over the others. I am willing to take my
chances in the primary, and I believe that
the other candidates will be wiling also.
War! on scrofula and ever form of im
pure blood is boldly decland by Hood,s
Sarsaparilla, the great conqueor of all blood
Ice for sale at Stewart's pavilion.
A State Ticket.
If we had the making of a State ticket
this year our choice would be:
Governor-James E. Tinda, Clarendon.
Lieutenant Governor-Ira E. Jones, Lan
Secretary of State-Dan H. Thompkins,
Treasurer-W. T. C. Bates, Orangebnrg.
Comptroller General-Janes Nrton,
Adjutant and Inspector General-John
Gary Watts, Laurens.
Superintendent of Educat on-W. D.
Parties desiring agricultura- I rent liens
and supply liens can find tem at The
Manning 'Times office.
Democratic Commnittet - Meeting.
Rooms Democratic Exect itive Corn.)
Clarendon Co unty.
MANNINe, S. C., Juz te 19, 1894. S
The County Democr-ati e Executive
Committee -will meet ia the court
house in Manning Monda y, July 9th,
1894, to appoint thenmana. gei-s for the
primary elections t( be h. eld in this
county in August and Sel 7tember of
the present year. tht cu
It is important taeach cu
should be representad, and if any
Imember of the comittee - can not be
present he will pleas se ie that the
president of the club or ' some other
member is authorized to act in his
In addition to selectinig managers
for the primaries, the ew nmittee will
at this meeting also di termine the
assessments of candidalis and make
arrangements for the tounty cam
S. A. NE ETLES,
D. J. BRADHAM,
Grove's Tasteless Chill Ton ie is a perfect
malarial liver tonic and blooc Illnritier. Re
moves biliousness without purgirag. As
pleasant as lemon syrup. It is as large as
any dollar tonic and retails fo r 50e. To get
the genuine ask for Grove's. Solt. on its
merits. No cure, no pay. So ld by J. G.
Dinkins & Co.
JT. W. McLeod has in stoo.4c Stolluerck's
celebrated bands of of chocolate andi cocoas.
"Pick Leaf" smoking tobacco, 10 cents a
package, at WV. M. Brockinton 's.
- A full line of delicious candies at Din
kins & Co.'s.
Choice plug tobacco 50c. and 75c. per
pound at Brockington's drns. store.
The Speaking at Chf sterfie Id.
The campaigners addresse d the people of
Chesterfield yesterday and, as usual, Till
man had the crowd.
At Cheraw, on his way I o Chesterfield,
Tillman was serenaded.
Tiudal came very near mi ssing the meet
ing on account of railroad c ornnections, but
got there just in time to an-noance his can
dacy, General Ellerbe is anaking a great
mistake in charging John G ary Evans with
being a latter day saint in thet Reform ranks,
because Gary Evans' name -was linked with
that of Tillman, Tindal, itackhouse and
others long before Ellerbe wa s heard of. In
halls of the legislature whern practical worl,
was needed, the record sh ows that (iary
Evans .was in the fore fron t in all of the
Reform measures; therefore to attempt to
decry a man that has done so much for the
Movement simply because lhe is an oppo
nent, will have a tendency to make nima
friends among those that liil:e fair play. It
is the sheerest nonsense for Ellerbe to in
sinuate that Evans is untru' to our cause,
and to speak of Evans holdi ng office longer
than himself, for to do so is presuming
the voters are ignoran t, because i
they know anything they k now that John
Gary Evans has never held an office that
paid him more than his exj >ensas for thirty
days in the year, in the aggregate about
$150. WVhile General Ellei -be has held one
of the biggest State offices for four yeari
which pays an annual sa lary of $2,100.
We do not like to hear this e ort of stuff, and
we say the candidate induig ing in it doe.
so to ~his detriment. Why i tot; Ellerbe imni
tate our candidate, Hon. Jan ies E. Tinda!,
by going before the people on his merit,
Tindal will never resort to the using of
myterious insinuations to ge ; office.
Brick and Lii ie.
If you want to save mc 'ney buy you
brick and lime from Thomn as & Bradhanm
Manning, S. C.
LocEHn.-r, TEXns. Oct. 15, 1889.
Messrs. Paris Medicine Co .,
Dear Sirs:-Ship us as S oon as possiblei
gross Grove's Tasteless C thill Tonic. M'
customers want Grove's Tasteless . Chil:
Tonic and will not have a ny other. In on3
experience of over 20 yes .rs in the drnj
business, we have never a old any medicini
which gave such universa- I satisfaction.
Yours respectf ally,
J.58. Bnowsz & Co.
Any party having a 001 >y of the Times o.
January 31st will do us a favor by sending
Buy the Best Material to Your
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Fire Brick and Clay, Ihair, Brick
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FOR THIRTY DAYS.
In order to meet the requirements of our steadily growing
usiness. for we are rapidly gaining ground in Sumter, and by
rxt season we will have a trade few can boast of, we have
.eased the Large Store on Main Street, Next to Dr.
Delorme's Drug Store,
-vhieh is now being modernized to meet the progressive busi
eoss ideas of the times. To avoid damaged stock in removal,
For the Next Thirty Days Hammond.
Will Make it More Than Inter
esting to Bargain Seekers.
Those who have been buying ctrelessly we ask to read
ui prices, pay us a visit, and yon will fiud
WE ADVERTISE -JST AS WE SELL?
The Seaside Library, pocket edition. 5c. volume, regular
price 20 cents.
Turkey Red and Indigo Blue Calicoes. ;5c. yard.
36-inch Sea Island, 6 1-4c.
Ladies' Summer Corsets. -50c. 2r. & G. Corsets, 75c.
Fancy Duckings, 10c. Crepons now 15c.
Striped and Figured India Mulls, 12 1-2c.
Challies in Cream, Black. and Navy Ground, 5c.
Tinted Ground Dotted Lawns, 6 1-4c.
Scotch Figured Lawns, 5c. Printed Lawns, 3 3-4c.
Check Nainsooks, 5c. Ladies' Gauze Vests. 5c.
36-inch White Bleaching, 6 3-4c., regular price 10c,
27-inch Bleaching. 4c.
Nottingham Lace Curtain, tape sides, 10c.
Lace Curtains, three yards long, tape sides, 65c. pair.
IN HOUISEFRNISHING GOODS
ur prices are the lowest. Our stock of White Lawns and
ndia mulls will be found the best goods for the least money,
OUR LADIES' FINE SLIPPERS
ae been considerably reduced in price. 1)0 not forget that
The Re-Distributor ot Dry Goods at Leadiog. Prices,
Is to be found at The Peoples' Popular Store,
Next Door to Brown & Chandler's, on
r..berty street, solmter, s. c
E. A. T INDA L,
(SUCCESSOR TO RUTLEDCE & TINDAD)
--:- DEALF. - :- IN - :- AND - :- MIANUFACTEEE --:- OF
SUMMERTON, S. C.
Keps in stock a full hln of bedstea s, chairs, tdaes, s~olas, wardrobes, bureaus, bed
omn sets, cralesr cribsn tntresses bed sprigsC coffins, caskets, etc., etc. Our stock of
COFFINS AND CASKETS
euald to, any kept in this r utnter counties, and we will fill orders at any hour day
- ight. Mr-. H. HI. Windhiatu, a s;killful and expecrienced' mechanic, will give personal
iteution to repairing of any anid all kinds oif furtiture at shortest notice. Our prices
re :.s;iow as the lowest, and ll Iwe ask to em-ct a sale is an inspection of our goods. we
.e also agents for wagonls anld buggies which we will sell at lowest possible prices.
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, Tiles, Etc.
CAR LOAD LOTS. .
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SUMTER, S. C.
Commander & Richardson.
We are now r rep.ared to !I all orders
COPING and alL ornamental and substan
tial cemetery work. We do none but the
best work, and. guarantee all jobs. We
promise to do strictly a first-class business
and will make our priaes at a living rate.
GRANITE AND ITALIAN MONUMENTS
We expect to have cn exhibition in a few
days some Lindsome specimens of work.
Yard on Liberty Street, below postoffice.
Save Your Eyes!
When you need a pair of spectacles don'i
buy an inferior glass. You will find non
FrseD1. W. M1. BROCKINTON,
Manning, 8. C.
CHARLES C. LESLIE,
Wholesale & Retail Commission Dealer in
Consignments of poultry, eggs, and al
kinds of country produce are respectful.
Office Nos. 18 & 20 Market St., E. of EastBa:
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Price 5 cents a copy. By mail, $'2 a yeai
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FORESTON RnUG STORE
I keep always On hand( a full line of
Pure Drugs and lhidicines,
SOAPS, PERFUMERY, STATION
ERY, CIGARS, GARDEN SEEDS,
and such articles as are usually kept in a
first class drug store.
I have just added to my stock a line of
PAINTS AND OILS,
and am prepared to sell PAINTS, OILS
LEAD, VARNISHES, BRUSHEP,
in quantities to suit purchasers.
L. W. NETTLES, M.D.,
Foreston, S. C.
,t, CHARLESTON, S. C.
MAN & SONS,
and Provision Dealers,
3 East Bay Street,
S- o C> . S. 0 .
A. McCobb, Jr.
General Commission Merchant,
-AND DEALER IN
Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris,
Hair, Fire Bricks, and Fire
Clay, Land Plaster, and
Agent for White's English PortlandCement.
194 and 196 East Bay St., Charleston, S. C
ATLANTIC COAST IME,
CH.RLESToN, S. C., April 23, 1894.
On and after this date the following par.
senger schedule will be in effect:
No 78 No14 No 60
Lv Charleston 3 35 am 3 30 pm 5 00 pm
Ar Lanes 5 30 am 5 29 pm 700pm
Ar:Florence 710am 645 pm 8 50 pm
- No 23 No61 No 35
Lv Florence 7 25 pm 7 45 am 337am
Ar Lanes 900am 920am 9 20 am
Ar Charleston 1100 pm 1121 am 6 50 am
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA, & AUGUS
WIIMINGTON, N. C., April 23, 1894.
Lv Wilmington 6 40 pm
Lv Marion 9 56 pm
Ar Florence 10 40 pm
Lv Florence 5 10 am
Lv Marion 5 54 am
Ar Wilmington 9 10 am
RAINs OING NORTE.
NoS58 No 52 No 50
Lv Florence 7 45 am 7 10 pm
Lv Mayesville 9 00 am 8 70 pm
Ar Sumter 9 20 am . 8 28 pm
Ar Wedgefield 10 08 am 8 50 pm
Ar Columbia 11 05 am 10 00 pm
TEAINS GoING SOUTH.
No 59 No 53 No 51
Lv Columbia 4 20 pm 4 30 am
Lv Wedgefield -5 18 pm 5 35 am
Lv Sumter 5 45 pm 5 35 pm 5 57 am
Lv Mayesville 6 02 pm 6 14 pm
Ar Florence 6 55pm 7 15pm
CENTRAL RtAILROAD 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
Lv Foreston 9 02 am 9 33 am
Lv Wilsons 9 09 am 10 10 am
Lv Manning 9 18 am 11 00am
Lv Harvins 9 28 am 11 40 am
Ar Sumter 9 48 am 12 35pm
Ar Columbia 11 05 am 4 00pm
-No 53 No 83
Lv Columbia - 4 20pm 440 am
Lv Sumter 5 40 pm 8 40am
Lv Harvins 6 04 pm 9 50 am
Lv Manning 6 15 pm 10 40am
Lv Wilsons 6 27 pm 1110 am
Lv Foreston 6 35 pm 11 35 pm
Ar Lanes 7 00 pm 12 30 pm
Ar Charleston 8 40 pm 4 14 pm
MANCHESTER AND AUGUSTA R. R.
Leave Sumter....... ........10 50a m
Leave Privateer.............11 10 a m
Leave Pinewood.............11 40 a m
Arrive Remini ...............1159a m
Leave Remini............... 1 C,0 p m
Leave Pinewood............. 120 p m
Leave Privateer .............1 150 p m
Arrive Sumter............... 2 10 p m
Charleston, Sumter, & Nothemn R. R.
CHAS. E. KIMBALL, RncznE.
NonTH BOUND TRAI.
Lv Charleston..............650 am
Lv Pregnalls................. 810 a m
Lv Sumter.... .............10 25 a m
Lv Darlington...............11 45a m
Lv Bennettsville.............12 45 p m
Ar Gibson..................105p m
No. 1 connects with C. F. & Y. V. at
Bennettsville for Fayetteville, connects with
Seaboard Air Line at Hamlet for Wilming
ton, Charlotte, Shelby, Rutherfordton; and
at Charlotte with R. & D. Vestibule limited
for Washington and New York. Passen
gers can take sleepers at Charlotte at 8:15
.soUTH BOUND TRAIN.
Lv Gibson..................325p m
Lv Bennettsville.............3 50 p m
Lv Darlington.............. 4 50 p m
Lv Sumter.......... ....... 630pm
Lv Pregnalls......... ......850 p m
1Ar Charleston...............10 30p m
All trains daily except Sumday. Passen
gers by No. 2 train have through sleepers,
New York to Charlotte, connect with S.A. L.
at Hamlet from Charlotte and North, and
from Wilmington. Dinner at Hamlet.
NOTICE OF RECISTRATION.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTIY OF CLARENDON.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVIS
Iions of an act of the General Assembly,
ratified on the 9th day nf February, 1882, I
will be in the court house 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,
Sunervisor Registration Clarendon Co.
"Moss-Back Millionaire Tactics."
The Wall street corruption fund policy of
the Butler earnpmigners is iuttin, tlie stn
sible voter to thiiking. Is, Ccrland anid
the millionares aid the v'Iskey trust ani
the sugar trust running this eCrpai:gn for
Butler to overthrow the ruil ort the- peoPle ?
The railroads ::r. free to the Butler boom
ers awl the ene:uies of powular government.
Does lIutler, a poor uan as he claims, or
Bunch Mclee or SaIOUL: Spencer or Cleve
!and or John. Sherman or Wall stri-et foot
the bills? .any be it is the whisktwy tcust
or the sugar trust. The people have a right
to know the all powerful band bihind the
scenes. Is our liberties and poltical fre-e
loi to be thus ipurcha-:&(d ? The g ittering
Damascus blade of Damacies hangs over thb
heads of the people and the bi lo. I n ir
went oi lobes pirere, St. Jusi. Iarat an d
Danton already yearns for thir upper .x
tremities. ILonne fell U prev to corruplon
and deteiorated into oblivion when the
power of the Grachi Brothere. the leaders
of the people and a government by the
people, waned. We see the golden hand of
the millionaire politician everywhere striv
ing to coerce the will and privileges of the
masses. Where can we find a imore strik
ing and homely illustration than this free
transportatiou business to Butler bomuers ?
Senator Butler has been in congress so
long basking in the sanlight of the mil
lionaire's favor thbat he has grown a moss
back companionm Of the mo,-nev suark and
imbibing his idea of conduc ting a c.ampaign,
and now as a link in the chain that binds
them is about to be broken, th2 life-boat
must he cast out to rescue the sinking Sen
ator. Bunch McBee, the Richmond and
Danville railroad superintendent, repre
senting Samuel Spencer, president of the
same corporation, and an agent of Drexel,
Morgan & Co., the millionaire banking
house of Wall street, comes up smiling at
the firstdistress. 'all and uses this great cor
poration to transport the Butler partisans.
No, genthmen, this kind of tictics is not
wholesome and will prove detrimental to
the interest of the toiling masses. We ap
peal to every true South Carolinian that
believes in a government for the people and
by the people to put his shoulder to the
wheel and lend a helping hand to grub and
uproot this moss-covered Cedar of Lebanon
that a nut-beuring "black jack" may thrive
and show the corporations that the masses
are entitled to some rights and that they
should be respected.
Cincinnatus has left his plow- at our call
to defend and insist upon the rights of the
people. We should weigh well and anal
yze the situation that now confronts us.
Let us not fly into the embrace of the Wall
street monster. The wings of this golden
eagle must be clipped, and there is no
time more propitious than now for action,
and when can we hope for such another if
this is lost or neglected. Echo answers.
ONE OF THE PEOPLE.
Johnston, June 23.
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hard, soft or calloused lumps and blemishes
from horses, blood spavins, curbs, splints,
sweeny, ring-bone, stitles, spramins, all
swollen throats, coughs, etc. Savc $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.
Captain Shell Replies.
Editor Register :
In your issue of the 16th inst. an editor.
ial appeared headed "Should be Answered.'
This suggestion from you is interpreted to
mean that I must either admit or deny the
charges prefered against me that I had
written "a letter to a friend in Greenville
in which I advocated the election of Sena
tor Butler to succeed himself." I shall do
neither. If "a friend in Greenville" or
elsewhere has received a letter from me in
which Iadvocated the election of Senator
Butler," let him publish the whole letter so
its contents can be fully presented an d con
sidered on its merits. Why give a synop
sis and not its whole contents?
This "Greenville friend" has sevoral let
tern from me which he is more than wvel
come to publbsh if he chooses, and I have
some of his which may serve a good pur
pose in reply if it is necessary.
* G. W. SHEI..
Washington, June 20.
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rouble with throat, chest, or lungs. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs, and colds is guaranteed to give re
lief, or money will be paid back. Sufferers
from la grippe found it just the thing and
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
Trial bottles free. Large size 50c. and SI.
J. G. Dmnkins & Co., druggists.
S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis. ,was troub
led with neuralgia and .rheumatismn, his
stomach was disordered, his liver was affect
ed to an alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh and
strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Ill., had a
running sore on his leg of eght years' stand
ing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters
and seven boxes of Bucklen's marnica salve,
and his leg is sound and well. John Speak
er, Catawba, 0., had five large fever sores on
'his leg, doctors said he wvas incurable. One
bottle Electric Bitters and one box Bucklen's
arnica sailve cured him entirely. Sold by
J. G. Dinkins & Co., druggists.
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Evening mail closes 5.50.
Office open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Sunday from 8.30 to 10.30 a. in., and from
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No money orders or postal notes will be
issued or paid after 5 p. m.
Stamps and cards will not be sold on
Box rents must be paid for in advance.
All letters upon - which postage is due
will be held until the postage is paid.
Boisterous conduct in the post oflice is
srictly forbiddeui. Lotris ArPE.T,
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By authority of the Board of Direc
tors of The Young Men's Building
and Loan Associa~on, of Manning,
S. C., notice is hemeby given that a
meeting of the share-lolders of said
Building and Loan XAsociat ion will
be held in the B3ankbuilding at Man
ning, S. C., Mondaythie 9th day of
July, 1894, at four o'clock in the
afternoon, at which tihic abotut Fif
teen Hundred (1,500bollars will be
offered for sale at auction, at so inuch
a share, and th a share-holder bidding
and agreeing to- take the smllest
amount for his share shall surrender
his stock to the Assoelationi for the
amount so bid.
S. A. NETLES,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Maning, S. C., June 4, 1894.
The Times office turns out beautiful job