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THE MANNIG TIMES.
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. Official Advertisements.
Wednesday, August S, 1594.
Your Name in P'rint.
-Miss Alice Connor, of Charhston, is
visiting friends in town.
--Hon. W. W. Grayson, Clerk of Court of
Kingstree, was in Manning last Friday.
-Barron Grier, Esq., of Kingstree, was
in ,Manning last Friday on professional
-Mr. Leighton Conyers has been very
idl in Sumter, but we are glad to say he i
getting better and will soon be out.
-We had a pleasant call last Thursday
from Prof. W. 11. Wallace of the Colnmia
Female College. The professor is an old
newspaper man and of course has a pro.
found sympathy for the craft.
Poultry is very scarce.
lee for sale at Stewart's pavilion.
Thanks to Mr. W. T. Francis for a
very fine watermelon. Come again.
The county Democratic execntive con
mittee will meet again next Monday,
Married at Bethel church, Privateer. last
Wednesday. Mr. G. W. Geddings and Miss
The town authorities believe in pleaty of
light, as we have one of the best lighted
-towns in the State.
Presidents of Reform clubs shonal ex
to?2- get ont a full uem'z
1 j ert themselves toie n ^ nl etbti.
ship next Saturday.
The Manning Farmersi' Piatformi Clnb
will meet at 5 o'cloclk Friday afternoon.
Every merber turn out.
Don't fail to attend voour club meeting
next Saturday. Every Reormer shold go
out and vote for the governor of his choice
Died last Wednesday at th3 Poor lon-e.
Mrs. Easter Creey. aged seventy years.
Uer funeral took place at Oak Grove on
We heard several of the ministers that
were here attending conference last week
say the water in Manning was as fine as
any in the State.
In the city of Columbia there is now a
Reform club of 500 members, and they are
going to do their best to put Rtichland in
the Reform colum.
Owing to the recanmt rains the water ini
Black river is running over the ciuseway,
and in some places over the bridge's.
Passage with vehicles is izmposible.
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook, principal of the
Manning Academy. will resume school
Monday, Sep. 3. Students prepared for
classes in any college. Books on hand
at publishers' prices.
Last Friday twelve of Darlington's citi
zens were arrested by Detective Newbol
for participating in the Darlington riot, and
four of the number are charged with the
killing of Constable Pepper.
Judge Watts has issued a writ of prohi.
bition against the Mayor of Laurens for.
bidding any interference with the Dispen
ser at that place. Similar writs have been
issued against other Mayors.
-Recent arrivals mid summer goods at
Horton, Burgess & Co.'s.
When the dispensaries opened_ last
Wednesday everybody had a curiosity to
know what would follow, but the doors
were opened and business commenced
without a ripple ot excitement.
Base balls and bats at Dinkins & Co.'s'
'1There was considierable feeling in the
Fork last week against a negro named Jack.
son for beating an imbecile, who is his em
ployee. The negroes were so embittered
against Jaokson that he was in constant
fear of violence.
Turnip seed at Dinkins & Co's.
The trustees of Clemson College, after
thoroughly invest.igatinig the reported
trouble between the students and Prof.
Craighead, say there is nothing in the sto
- rias which have been going the rounds of
Ventilated summer corsets. Thomson's
gloye fitting and WVarner's, at Horton, Bur
gess & Co.'s.
*If you have a Reformer living noar you
that don't take the paper tell him about the
meeting of his club next Saturday, and
that the purpose of the meeting is to give
him an opportunity of expressing him
-choice for governor and hentent'nt gov
Fresh and genuine turnip seed at J. G.
Dinkins & Co's.
It wiil be a source of gratifieation to then
people of this county to learn that Hf :n. J.
S. Wilson is getting well. We called on
him yesterday and found him strong and
cheerful, and we believe it will not he long
before he will b~e at home and hiniseli
FORt REN I-Sept. 10th, Briek Stort
'now occupied by B. A. Johnson. Apply i
.E. S. Ervin.
.Mr. J. Furman Bradham, one of Claren.
~lon's bes~t farmers, laid upon our tablelA
-Ehursday the fnest cantaloupe we haiv
seen this season. It was certainly a treal
and it placed the editor and his family uin
der obligations to Mr. Bradhaim for a go'.
square breakfast. Next!
A full line of delicious candies at Din
kins & Co.'s.
We have in our onfice a sample of tobace<
raised by Mr. J. L. Green, of Suloc. Mr.
Green is a progressive farmer and long agt
found tobacco culture more profitable that
cotton. 'rhe sample left with us is ver
pretty and of Sne grade. We have showr
it to several gentlemen. among them tobac
co salesmen, and they all agree in prononnec
ing Mr. Green's tobacco a supler~or grade.
We notice one of the Sumter pap~ers urg
ing the merchants of Sumter to e.mploy to;
their clerks young men from that city in:
stead of emp.loying those fronm other pat
Thl'is is groat, sure. Wonder if the mer
-hants of Sumter depend entirely upon th
.rade of Sumitem for their sup port ?' W
hardly think so. A sensible merchant emi
plovs' his help where he can obtain thi
most good. Upon the same p~rmesplle, I
-ahertises in the nIew'-ppr most (e.ten
We. were iuavoidably prevented fr' '
attending the campaign 'meeting in Salen
last Friday. but from the repiorts we hav
received wve can safely say that Salemi
solidly Reform. Quite a mnmb r oif gen
i. men fronm this side went to the mueetin
tnd every onelL of theum e.xpress thenmselve
as5 highy ph-~ased with the treatment the
received and the outlook genendly. On
man told us that he talked naih a goto
many pecople over there and they all tol
him that t'Mey wer -'upl to sniuir" should th,
Conseratives undertake to put foi wai
Sc~ra eii:..t..etinsare unavoidablv
crowded out this week. They will appear
in onr next innW
The county inmigners ar' at ,4tlmm@r
ton to.bV ani Friday they wil be in Man
ning We hot there will be a good attend
ainee .tt both nL .etinhg.
Ruv. Jno. C. Kilg. whtoi for a iind rof
ytearN was filnOlCil agent and proti.sr of
WVolford College hta" acc eptedi the pr-Si
denev It Trinity -o.N. C.
Spainful accident illappn lst
cdnesday to Mr. T. B. fenkins, o: Sum
ter, the lather of 31r. John F. Jenkins, the
t kgraphi erator of this place. Mr. Jn
kinA was shooting. bats on his r1!iSs,
and while cing the breach of his gun the
shell caught -nd exploded, sending the
shot ont throught the burrel. :;ud th.: brass
shell tiew bke and struck Mr. Jenkins'
hand. severely iangling it. aLd his ara
was painfully burned from the powder.
Mr. Jenkins is one of the salesmien in the
store of Ryttenburg & Son.s and j: well
known in Clareudon.
The Mannini Farurs' Platfrmw Jub met
last Saturday with a ,ood attendaTcI: 311'
though the Weather was, inclement. Re-ports
from the comiittee showed the club to be
in a tlourishing and growing conlition, and
a Iumlber of new natmes were enrolled.
Several important matter" were diwcussed,
and the mieeting showed that the members
were wide awake. If every Reform club in
the cotfnty x i'l do its duty as well as this one,
the opposition will have verv little to repay
them for the strenuous eltforts they are
making to crate confusion in our ranks.
Sumter is to have a gala week in October.
The Iusiness men of that towi are always
onl the lookout for Snmter. and we would
suggest to the business men of Manning
that they get up i somethitg .to attract peo
ple here. It will take a little money and a
consideiid.blt amiouhnt of puish, and Ma1n
ning has both. The imelchanits of Mai
ning ar. fwst putting a stop to Clarendon's
trade leaving home by selling their goods
as cheap as they can be bougtht tlsewhere,
and vith a little extra iudacements in the
way of attractions thrown out, there is no
reason v.hy Manning shonal not realizO the
fall benefit of the large erop that i.; being
made in the county.
A few tvtys ago while co:ang to Man
ning, irs. Lizzie Duioese and her son, of
Mid av, miet with an a dccidnt on iack
river causeway, which might have been
more serious. They were riding in a cart,
and when about midway of the causeway a
runawav borse frightened their animal and
he dashe.1 to one side so suddenly that it
thew Mrs. DnBose out on her head and
right shoulder. causing her sotti painful
injnuries. and while she was endeavo~rintg to
disentaigle her head from her skirts, the
horse looked back. be-cai worse trighttened
at the strange asxect, and young Dntuose
wa.s th!own out - lit landed into the water
where he did - lot of splashing before lie
got ont. Tuey t oa"n to Manning where
r-:. )uitoser hi i hr injuries looked after
and her so-.. etj'i *Iw s unatiz'n w ehile
drying his clothes.
D. .\l. Bra-Iam as j 1" ptrehis i fonr
o;lsr fI on ti-. Parties %vaint
M 1' L''it.; V. ill ti, Wvll Lo v,4 O.:h; I:.
Til" prot stoi , t t i -.1 the tbest crop
S.el-s 'e hae lad fr a ti n (r of ears,
,o .a rs have made the:r crops with
-s exp.n,-" and with the extreise of more
e-onomy thian ever bw,fre. The vproslect
'1is gr-at and proadse'S- Ion-'i. It promises
tie- pav'ing otf o-f dilbts that have canse&
slee;&-5s night". It promti.es to release the
rmortgage now over the shelter that protects
he wife and little ones from the heat of a
broiling sun or.the rava.-.es of winter. Tie
farms will be imn roved. Everythng will
take on rev ewed life, and a repetition of
the experiences of this sumhn(r we hope
ill never b. for it is a fact, there was suf
fering for want of food ii many a home
this year. If there are no reverses the nmer
Ichant will not have to carry over balances,
and the credit of the country will again ihe
what it shomuld be. Our mercbanfts5 are in
syptvwith the people, and it is to their
interest that the people should prosper'. -hI
herfore beh~ooves every man that owes
moe tomke a strennonms efhort to pa-y uip,
anil tiie he can go to the mercthant amt
get ainoth--r acecomomodation. JBy pari ing
your debts you place the merchant in ap
sition to help you, which he.s will do, be
cause that is what he is ating business for.
No sensible merchanit does business upon
this or that sentiment. The motive power
behind a business man is primuiple
and honesty in the men that pay
their dobts. Such are solicited and
redited and all of us should strive to reach
he point wvhere our name to a paper will
bring us what money does now. There is
saying and it is true. "that any kind of ai
man can buy with money, but it takes an
honest, working man to buy without it."
To the voters of Clarendoni:
Having been indluced to become a c-andi
dite for legislative honors, and owing to
pressing business preventing me fronm
making a canvaSS, I wish to announce that
I am a farmer and a Retorme'r froni princi
pe, that I am in favor of a constintional
cnv'ntioni andi, the dispensary law, andi
will, if elected, cast mty vote first, last, andi
always for Benjamin Rt. Tillman for the
. S. Senate. RtOBERT H. GR.IFFIN.
Pinewood, S. C., August Gth, 18t%.
The Methodist Church anid the Sumuter
'he following card, from ltev. Henry .M.
Mood, of' Mannmng, has been sent to the
Freeman for publication. It wvas eaihld
forth by the following which apipeared ini
the Freeman the 24th ult.
"AsoTlHEn nEcoRD BEEN.
* 'hese are record breaking times anc
oe of the nmost startling "bireaks" we have
hird of is the application of Steve A. Net
to. of Clarendon, for a license to p~reaich
he .opel of Christ. A\ gentleman who
cme form Manning yesterday told uis that
Mr Netles went before the Methodist
chnreh there on Sunday and that his alph
cation was approved. He will apply to the
dstrict conferenhce which meets in Manning
in a fewv days for license as a local preacher.
Another startling "break ' at that meeting o0
conference wil bhe the presence there of H.
i. Thomas as a delegate. Now, to comaplete
the record,and add another "break," sup~pos)
-e ." Nettles be appointed special spiritun
advisor to his "great andl good" master,
Bjmin. We will watch the action o1
Conference with great interest.
zihl. MooD's) etRDt.
Editors the sunter Freeman:- it wa:
with grief that niy attention was directedi t
a assoere thrust by the Freeman of .Jul
2th, at the Hion. S. A. Nettles, a membet
of the Methodist church in Manning.
I have had aginiance with Mr. Nettles
fa the past tifteen years, with financial
buiness transactions with him in volvin'
hhndrds 'f dolhars. antd an intiimate asso.
an midhae all along fonind him to he a Ghris
Mr Netles came bfore. our church con.
fernce on application for a license t<
prach and, while nearly every miembei
lrsent w as ini adverse position to him 1po
fiicall, he obtained byv ballot the unani
mous ote of the conferentc for a recom
Wh Wiat surp~' ses tie in thi s harsh treat
men t or.i Ne-tt *s, by thi- -ditors of thi
Fre ma, is that both ohf te ar, pr lofess
or (if the religion of the LordI .Jeus~ Christ
one e inI und.' -stanid b'-ing aiPresbyteritr
and thl toLtther i 1.pti1t. Doe )ich'e Meithe
dist church dheerve thi treatuient involved
iation with great inttee" Lt-t tme in.
oin' teni 'that thi- wiirld, the dlesh, ar,
the devil have been watchuing us for lo
thsee many years, and wve cian add thei
names to this list. 'To assist them in kee'
in their ey-es in the correct c-entre, I wi.
inform them that Mr. Nettlcs's case wVill noC
comoibefore the district confere~nce. but be
ort 1quarterly conference, so they cat
adj st th-r purposes accordingly.
H anv M. Mo,i
Pastor Manning Methodist Church.
Sum i'tt r Hlerald.
TheManin Faritners' PI't fort
Deiiocrat Ie Club will mueet mi th'
cort house next Friday afternoona
5 'c lok. I). J. BRADPHAM,
. I3Uw~M . Pre-sidenit.
Action of the Reform Comuittee.
COLUMIA S. C., August 8, 1894.
Speeial to The Manning Times.
At the meeting of the State Reform
committee last night, after a thorough
canvass of the several counties in the
State, it was deciled1 to make no
change in the plan of ascertaining the
choice of the people in their selec
tion of a governor and a lieutenant
governor. The lcfori clubs through
out the county will therefore as
semble next Saturday, the 11th
inst., tid elect delegates to
the county convention which will
meet in Sanning on the 13th inst.
At the said club meetings the mem
bers are required to express by bal
lot their choice for governor and
lieutenant governor in accordance
with rules 5 and 6 published below:
5. That the Reformers attending
the various club meetings called by
the committee on the 11th day of
August, 1$I4, be requested to exp~ress
their choice by ballot for Governor
and Lieutenant (iovernor of this
State, and that the chairman of the
delegation of tile club to the county
couvention le required to make a re
turn of said choice to the county
convention to b)e held on the 13th day
of August. 94.
6. That in holding the eletions in
eLch Reform club provided for, to
take place on the 11th day of August.
1894, each club is to provide mania
gers for holding said election.
The following resolution r-as
Whereas. this committee recog
nizes that the plan adopted in April
and reiterated in Tuly is not perfect,
but after full consideration of all the
interests, preferences, circumstances
and conditions confronting the Re
form movement, it is the best that
we have been able to devise. and
whereas, we believe that if faithfully
carried out it will compass the object
in view when this committee was or
ganized, namely, the nomination of
a governor who shall be the choice of
the Reformers. Be it
Resolved. That we deem it inexpe
dient and unwise to abandon the
Colleton plan at this tune.
The Democratic Executive Com
mittee of Clarendon county, as lately
organized, will meet in the court
liouse at Manning. Monday morning,
August 13th. now. at 11 o'clock. A
full attendance is requested, as the
committee at that time will organize
for work for the next two v-ars.
JAS. E. DAVIS.
1). J. EnAIINIA. Co. h'ri.
In accordance with the rules of the
party the county Democratic conven
tion assemlbled in the court house on
last Monday. The weather was ex
ceedingly inclement which was the
cause of so)le of the dclegates not
responding to the roll eall. County
Chairman S. A. Nettles called the
body to order and at once proceeded
to effect the temporary organization.
The work of organizing went along
without a hitch with but one except
ion and that was a notice from Mr.
Ellison Capersi contesting the Cross
roads delegation upon the ground
that the club had elected its delega
ion with the understanding that the
regularly elected delegate could se
lect some one to act iln his stead if
unable to attend. Mr. A. J. Rich
borg, a miembe(r of the delegation,
made the explanation that the club
elected five 'delegates under a mis
apprhension, and it'turned out under
the rules that his club was only enti
ted to four delagates. This number
of the regularly elected delegates
were present. Mr. Capers insisted
upon his contest, whereupon a com
mittee on credentials co~nsist
ing of one from each club
was appointed. After hearing
the merits of the contest, the com
mittee unanimously decided that Mr.
Capers wvas not entitled to a place on
the Cross Roads delegation. The
temporary organization having been
effected, Mr. Nettles delivered an
address retiring from active partici
pation in politics and expressing his
appreciation for the honors conferred
upon him by the Democracy of Clar
endon. His remarks were well de
livered and with considerable emo
tion2. He then announced that the
body was ready for permanent organ
ization, and the first step taken in
that direction was the election of a
president, vice-president, seetary
and treasurer. The following officers
were unlanim~ouSly elected: Presi
dent, James E. Davis; vice-presidents,
J. H. Keels and T. B. Mims; seere
tary and treasurer, D. J. Bradham.
Mr. Davis wvas escorted to the~
chair by a committee and on taking
the chair he was greeted with ap
plause. In a few appropriate re
marks, he thanked the convention for
the honor and then went on with the
work for which the body was called.
The roll of clubs was.- called
and the name of the executive
committeeman as elected by the
clubs was announced. All the clubs
responded but Friendship, Ful
ton and Deep Creek. The DeerI
Creek club not having the required
number of memnbers was dropped
from the list of clubs. Then the
body confirmed the election of the
executive committee which stands as
follows: Aleolu, E. D. Hodge; Cross
Roads, A. J. Richbourg; Clarendon
B P. Barron: Doctor Swamp, J. H
Timmons; Douglas, WV. J. Turbeville
Friendship, -; Fulton,
Foreston, C. S. Land; Foreston Re
form, J1. H. .Johnson; Fork, R. L. Lo
gan; Harmony, W. M. Younans
Jordan, J. Elbert Davis; Manning, E
C. Horton; Manning Farmers Plat.
-form, D. J. Bradham; Midway. S. W
McIntosh; Newv Town, J. W. Kennedy
New Ziona, Dr. I. M. Woods; Panola
R.L Geddinigs; Pi newood, Ri. H
Griffin; Packsville, J. C. Johnson
-Sumerton, H. B. Tindal; Sand'
Grove, W.. D. Gamble; Silver, A. W
IThm~nes, Sr.; Trinity, WV. I. Hudnal
Thle convention was hairmlonioul
throughout withI the best of feelin;
prevailing and when the busines.s wa:
completed it adjourned. Immedi
atelv al'ter the convention adjourne(
a conference of the Reform (delegates
was held to take action upon the cal
-mae by Chairman Sligh of the Stati
Reform c-omnittee. After the matte
was explained by the committemai
from this county the conferenc<
adoted some suggestions and il
structed the commflitteeman to prse
them to flhe State conunittee an<
urge their adoption.
. The reports from the several Re
tform clubs show a healthy conditioi
and that the Reformers aro ready an<
fully equipped to have a ballot battl,
ihe iouthern tauWay ;yez m e
lar 01 instrueti n: tot :
. . A , Q!.V 3(1. IN'-t .
(ifS01.11 :.Lo1.; 0-I Witt ;Atl I
Toc ;t..-nts ato! cur.tor.;\lwittlin the~
Stait.: cuf Son.bI (Crcchna: On: andl :tt< r c
gast 1, 1' %, y In wi iept for shipi ,t.:
110 spirito s, wdili, '.in us. :I r t-dl t A
cthe LinkUtoxicatinrg iiut-s or ~... i*'Im
puid cr ui xtur th -rf, by wi.,)I- -
riain caclle.1.ineln-lin i - l. w~. hahi i
Will pioldne intoietilu
nicd by the crmal .ri t. th St
commNiNSUionr attach--i t1 ;~e :I n -
packag as; r.-A c by .-et- : 1
of the Act pase.d in 1 by t I
of Sonth Caroin A
Shlip:wl-ts conling- fro;:-.oti
uitae lin.t I aiiportc'd and :i' r
Al! .gents ace- stric'tly e jrv c ao. 1
ny a(r-conuct toid or abetl~c kncowin.l :.
in-rsnlc i;1 th' s:ae (-f any mtcxicdnu: i.<
nors, or in proe-ming the, sanit- f,11r 4. :n
Violation of th. lo.
D. Crtw-i ivinFehtA:.:Int, C
luittri.tN. ". C.
J. M. C~,'nii a:-:t .h
tol. 1). C.
l 1el1o. D -
Rtch on b :a ,IIip 'l fl a '
anld :d.11 , erla i :., :1 ;:.31 1t..
Woocclfcr..-s Santit.tre Icition. Thli n 'V'r
failIs. 8,ld byJ. 0'. 0ikt , ; C ., drn.
gists, Mcain:: S. C.
('ounty Campaign MIenis.
Rooms Deiocratic Executive Com.
Manning. S. C., July 21. ls'4.
In pursualice of actiol of the
Counitv Executive Conimmittee there
will be three county camp1aign iuet
ings this year. as follows:
Salem, New Zion, Fricay. Aug.
Sumnerton. Wednesday. Aug. 5.
Maning. Friday. Aug. 10).
All candidates for the Legislature
and all couity offices are expected to
attend these meetings.
S. A. NE'TT1LFs.
D. J. BRADH.M, Co. Ch'in.
Firvl on1 at Night.
The Governor-s Mansion was fired
upon by unknown parties at an early
hour vesterdav morniig. Two-shots
were tired. on'e of which struck the
w.all near PriVate S'cratarV Tomp
The hullet was found and was seeni
yesterday aftcriion at the Executive
office. It had been iMashid nearly
flat by the force of its contact with
the w'all. but haLd Shaptlie eCoigl re
maining to show that it was fired
from a large pistol or a Winchester
rifle. That the weapon uused was a
rifle is:-urmised from the locality from
which Mr. Tompkins supposes that
the reports came.
Mr. Tompkins. who occupies a sletp
ing apalrtlilelt on the second ioor
sa\s that while 1 l'in :wake It ao,0ut
2 '-elock he heard the rep Ort o a
firearm. The report came, from .the
direotion of Laurel street to the South
of the Mansion. Heard t he bullet
strike the wVal and fall as it re
bounded, Up1oni the tinl roof of the
portico below. Another came alimost
immediately. hut Mr. Toinpkins does
not know whether or not the shot
struck the building.
On searebing yesterday morning
for it the bullet that struck near the
Seratarvys window was found lvinig
uplon the groulnd below. O1 1he
wall is seen the indentation of the
shot where aL little of the plastering
is knocked off and where the bullet
was mashedl against thle brick under
From the Executive Maisioni to)
Laurel street it is at least thireisujiitr
ters oft a block. ori abocut scvenitV-lIve
yards. The pcarties who iired the
shots ~muist certainly have .been toc
the Southwvard off the Mansion. anid
could not have beeni less t hian sev
entyfive yards oiT unless it was that
they hadenteredl thle enelosu re and
were upon the grounds at the timiet.
The p)olice were seen in regard to
the mjatter, but say that they know
nothing of it. No report of lirearmns
was heard by them (luring the night
in the direction of the Executive
Mansion. There is only one man on
that beat at niight and ice is gener~ally
in the neighborhood of Main street. a
long distance ofY.-Coltiumbia liegis
Ini accordlance with the action
taken by the State Reform
Executive~ Commuittee the Re
fornm Clubs throughout the couni
tv will assemnble at their usual
places of meeting. m tie~ 11th day of
August, 1894l, and there expiress bcy
ballot their choice for (iovernor and
They will also elect a delegation to
reresent said club in a County Con
vention which meets at the Court
House on August 1:lth. The delega
gation so elected must be 01n a baLsis
of one delegate at large and onec dee
gate for every twenty-five nmembers
The chairman of the delegation mnust
furnish to the County Conventiona
statement of the vote taken at hib
club signed by the pcresidlent and1(
secretary. wl ics
The clubs wilalso dcusthe ad
visabiity of nominating a full set of
State officers in the State Convention
and instruct their delegationis on thii
Every white voter that will pledge
himself to abide the result- and1( sup
port in the general primiary~ the 1n0om
inees chosen byv the State Reforni
Convention is entitled to a vote ii
the Reform primary~'.
Chairman Reform Fatctioni Cha Ien
Manning. July 1i;, 1$1i4.
The Hoard of vis!ior of C.tlemsot
College show by ineir report that th
~College is in -' ioturishinig coindit ion
T ey made a th.>)rcugh e.\Iamiiat or
of all the delcart ments and~ they ex
pes grat i flention x wi b th ri esu lt
IThe boarid anh'o s:',s. lesjcite the 10i
of the mnainc butilding, linie* UOrI
h ieine don ue antd that thes fac.c I
ni10ousiiv. Th'lei r relcort shows hat ti
thi'e- in the maini buildhing xil
n t c'X.'i'il $1.'Lu, x'.hlieib i. mlim-h Ies
fort \' m-iw 5t udlents we're enroli-d.
Is the greatest blessing ever offered child
berncoman. I have been a mnid-wee~ for
manYy ears, and in each case where Mothers'
Friend has been used it has accomplished
wonders and relieved much su~ferirg. It is
the best remedy for rising breast known and
worth the prce for that alone.
M Rs. M. M. BR UsTr ax,Montgomery, Ala.
" I can tell all expectant mothers if they
will use a few bottles of 'Mothers' Friend'
they will go through the ordeal without any
pain and suffering.
IMas. M AY BRANHIAM, ArguSville, N. D.
- Used 'Mother's Friend' before birth of
my eighth child. Will never cease its praise.
Mxs. J. F. Moouit. Colusa, Cal.
toi - ;Cthrs taaled free onct t.g va-lefrmd
BiiAnmitwREGUL.ron(Co'., Atlanta, Ga.
Partis disirinig a riic'Oltur.id ent ih-n
ld upp~cly liens cano tinai thc-- .t ?1
By the Best Material to Your Advantage,
FILMING CEMENT AND BRICK COMPANY,
-4 oad2- guazrters foir al.l- Masons' Su pplcs
-7; L.;I YT 1>1AY. ('JlRIAYTX, s. '.
Lirne, Jl aster, ]Rosendale,
r aisIh Potln Ce et All Sizes~ Terra Cotta Pipe, g
Fre Brc am C y. IHair, ivick, Tiles, Etc. 0
MIXED LOTS. , CAR LOAD LOTS. 2
Agent for the Celebrated Rock Wall Plaster.
I CTrphone 29L. Write for Prices.
O L~ ~ ~ ~ J S 11. C.1 IXs F . . r t
O r 2wo Fu Coures.
0, gq .4F, I Courzesu'COLUMBIA, S. C.
lii: frred mli; 1- ist y I lars. Is an begins Sept. 25th. Nine regnlar
**.. e oi-I- aros, :, with Dipomas. Fpecial Courses,
.E . ;.c! E W '. L. with ertieatr- Ii-quirements for adits
SPARTANBURC, S. C. S.i.ony e ttety. onf ai . Iaord *i a pionth. Total
:- e xply ses f->r the year (exclusive
- of tram-!ing, clothing, ard books) from
.,ai =k& S51 12t S ii f'Ur AnuliiCiicnkut.
For orth-le i:.-: r t ot wl mation i t Pres
A u r1 .:2 t o stu52 . aer a hll ~ An u cm e n t .
~~Ui~IME~~tTON, s. C. ~~~idgoter aiapl oth r.iet
r.. A - .JAN!ES- WOOD1,OW.
S'ESHi 6 WTlE-Li & TiM,1AtL
GRDIERTON. S. C.
-a ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ cu : iA.> '4..1 1-"a~s prmvrt, bnard.nfa adrb , uensbu
roo~~~~~~~~~ s.- oroi a oribe. in:.t..ai b.., ;;rL-r- 1offin.- ea ts et.-.. r-te. -u to k o
COFIN AND MAASKETS)
row:; v4A tdljlA vitl. mc. .41- s0t--k of
ooxis CASKETS 1Land A ge ney.
k.:pt i, ti. f ill l ordr at a -ri day.
or 1* hit. .11. 1. i n dh. , ;1 : l: a will in . Li As th. represeritatve of thae wrutic ad
attntin to r, ph in ' a a iii of uri - : sh t(t (. Our I i ation Ageny I can O rftmr
.. 4as U; w.st. a :1 :. at e a e an i etn of o oods those vso lsirin to 11 ther aring
. r *als. or frpe liar wb-vantni -ahs.
,i ljThr. lar-gr tho tract tixe- beitter I can 11,11,l1f
the szame. W. C. DAY1IS.
X~ A. McCobb, Jr.,~
Genefai Coninissiol Merchant,
-7 A06'00 S-AND DEALkR IN
- Lime. Cement Plaster Paris.
-A-[ar ieBrick's, and 14r&
-u l -l AT -21
~~~.,.. ...~/ "lay~ >~i . . Land Plaster, and
\ -du1 for circulars
- pr i for White's English Portlanement.
N 3 e et St., C H A llESTON, S.,..
REENVLL S C.".C
PE~cIVAL M'FGM CO ATLATICCOSTLI
The xt esion ill r-C.i ASpil 23, 1)91.
FO atil iognesr tls at i o the
-. m.YLi, tle will D . . il oflet:
A NORTH 11OUNi.
Lv 30 pn 5 m i o pan
Ar ti - es d p :u lvn 29 ma 7 tag.
The largerc th trac tia-. btte IS cni f ha n
GvFenri 7Commiion Merchaan:t, a
-AND DEALE IN-2) m92 i
~ - SAS ; BLLime. Ceet.p 12 Plasr Paris.
WETHERH RN & ICHEarni 1% nst.N Nay Ct., Carlston3, 1.1.
BOIRl SAhi NB B NB;
NOuRTc HESTR 1:,I dA D
7. , I aitli Sitt,(IAfl.E~'M), . C Cux!j jt.oi .S . pr :1 , 189n .
NoSS BoUND. oS
~Lv e hPrrhiston 3 a5 ani
01w ~~A r C -altiu 5 1 30 a30 0 in
LV labnf~tl u59No 11 No 60
____________ 20 pia 5 00pr
Lv 8auner S 4 p 4 5 pm 5 57 am
Lv~4~ Florr-nee 7 2 pm 7-5a 37 pan
..Y L~Ar.JILEY R , Caasn 11RAL n 1 231. 0
-1 giletngaret ClAP. ETN , S. C.
7 , 1 a1W3yit StreetL CliloARLEf9TaN,1 1. a.
\r SiSiaild rr9VI8Iam 12035eps,
W . ou anlej N.C. A pri 23 1'J1.i
t 1 ~ ~"'~ Lv Waihuinton 5 40 pma 4 ti
ltt iL vL lluriaan 4;0 pt 50 pmt
at 1 1 \ CLi Flornue ~ 5 pn 110 a n
t IIL'1. Ar Wilmingto 6 27 pm 110an
01. \L irnce 7 ( 7r 1 0 pm
THLCELBR~. GAN! AN ITLIA MOUMETS ~ .f.L aill 0 00)ain 18 71 pin
- ~Ar-Sn-ter 9HE0DSmO8ES8 pm
'~'1i.ji.' t. t.'.: (tubtt(:l l ArIv W~.N IEd iel 1AN 8D a 8UUT 50 pii
L;1.,A~Sj. .- t~tAr CitIn nbia 11'u05 eami30lI00 pi..
buy an ilv.rior aus.iY.r...........SUMTER, a.iC
No 59No 53 No 5
Lva lnuir..5..4..pm..5.3. pm 5p5 anu
FaEN~&E~DC'AJ~' --C NTRAL__ RAIl_ A OF__._C.
better th n 3POIE3O.s Da~~;~~W~aCaletn uted Aptril R3, 189.
.. Qut r r. -t ae umlk Al i'ys-a~ Lv WilsaXon........s a a
~~' : nor; prepa redgto til..al..ord.rs.L. l10ryinn
tial aen -try R. We d none but tea:llarvin
1st~at~bant V h" v~ork. an1 nrez al j o. eL ani:
'u,'iu.uTiOti.San) 1 -.vrl inkuauilrcs ataliininat.
t~ d h - i~i.lfl4-~ Cu:~ ton L~i~~'titti'. S a. I .v No 52taf Nalo 82a
-. b 'e hei toi" Lv~r' -iV l I L:"\ at( i~taItalt' ~.~t~ile. 7 00. V ta . 4 40i am'
and Small (il~aen Suit 48' t I 12tI 325 pm i
'N 0 be'. l j1t1110& i ~ tJ"('I'4 v Btii'ttyi ~ -1' 20pm 10 jam
)(uru' 'M~sSt~ifi. 1v I~'.'liagtou......5......pm 8f 40 am
('u tt..: I''. . .CIIRLESfON S.C. v S~ancr... 04 pm t u 0am
N I \i~tafli.A ~ tO I' itt~griii........ 15..p... 10 10 ain
~ui ' ~ .~dIIII~f uiuiu 1 a Ne.. rai 0i0at tai 12 e30epm
It 4 CAN~~e p e t r~ eto CinD a f row~ La~it'aniN~Lielt
1~j I\. \ u a~r'NSys1 ITm hmtb..e o pimens. DOf -.:rk
n'rd o Lil t rge TA L Bost'Lce
till ii, ,IAN bUlF:' TERLONDERAUGUST PR. Ra
tlia' Mauauat ' . ' tl '''L'' .-i,,.ltt ....\ 8rive..Riainini: . . .c,.'.. ...clt...ilO,5'ttttm
COat - L . m. . . .. ..10
Better than Wealth,
Preserve yonr health by using
Pure Drugs and Medicines
tromt the nld established and
always reliable drug honse of
J. G. Dinkins & Co.,
In addition to a flull and complete stock
of Drug, MedicineF and Chemicals, we keep
all the poplular Patent Medicines, Paints,
Oils, and Window Glass, Cigars and To
bacco, Garden Seed, Lamp Goods, Sew
inmf Machine Needles and Oil, and the
thou.'ands of other artiel,. : ntanally kopt in
a lirs-clas drug stori.
J. G. Dinkins & Co.,
Sign of Golden Mortar.
MANNING, - - S. C.
Charleston, S. C.
M AIL. Express or Freight goods to any
Ipa1t of the United States or abroad.
Orders receive prompt atterntion immedi
ately upon4 receipt. In sending money for
articles not qnoted in tbis list or our free
catalogue, send the amount of retail price
less 20 per cr-nt. Any difference will be
returned by rwxt mail. Onr bnsiness is
STRICTLY CAsn. Goods sent C. 0. D. to- re
sponsible parties. We solicit a share of
vonr mail orders.
Alleock's Porous Plasteis, 10 25
Belladona Plasters. 15 25
Capeine Plasters, Ienson's. 15 25
Alleock's Bnion Plaster.<, large 18 25
Allcock's Corn Plasters, 08 10
Our Little Liver Pills, 15 25
Cuticura Resolvent, 85 1 00
Cutienra Salve, t0 50
Cuticura Soap, 15 25
Anti-Pain Plasters, 10 25
Simmon's Liver Regnlator 67 1 00
No-To-Bac, 3 boxes for 2 50
Chce'uta~er's Pt-nnvioyal Pills, 1 85 2 00
Hall's Syrup of IIyphosphites, 90 1 50
Pennyroyal Pills, 75 1 00
Dr. Felix Lelrun-s Steel and
Pernnyroyal Pills, 1;7 1 00
Alligator Liniment, Y5
Scott's Emulsion, 67 1 00
Acid Phosphate, Horstord's, $ .40 S .50
Ayer's Pills, 20 25
Pierce's Favoite Prescription 75 1 00
1a1ll's Emulsion 25c and 50
Cod Liver Oil, pure, 45c, pint. 50
Cod Liver Oil, pure, 80c, quart, 1 00
Castile Soap, 12 oz cake, 10 15
Castile Soap, imported, per lb., 20 25
West's Nerve & Brain TreatneaL- 67 1 00
Extract Witch Hazel, pint<, 20
Carter's Little Liver Pills, 15 25
.iWe claim to have the best stock of
Druggists' Sundries, Perfumery, Tooth, *
Nail and Hair Brushes, Combs, Sponges,
Chamois Skins andi Toilet Reqnisites in the
City. We can mail over 2,000 articles in
the Drug line, anywhere, and pay special
attention to mail orders. We will mail our
catalogne to any address about April 1st,
1801. While this eatalogue is not complete
it will give some idea of the stock we
217 KING STREET,
(One Door North of Wentworth.)
Opposite Dime Savings Bank.
S. THOMAS, Ja. J:NM. THOMAS.
Stephen Thomas, Jr.& Bro.
JEWELRY, SILVER & PLATED WARE,
Spectacles, Eye 6lasses & Fancy Goods.
pZr Watches and Jewelry repaired by
257 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. (.
WMK N. BAHR & BRO.,
DEALEr~s IN AND M1ANUFACTURaERs oF
Cakes, ,Biscuits and Plain
and Fancy Canidies.
Penny Candies and Chewing Gums..
French Mixtures and
31i0 King Street, CilARtLES'1 ON, S. V.
THE BEST IS THE~CHEAPEST.
Send TEN cenlts to 28 Union 84., Ni. Y.,
Ifor cur prize game, "Blind Luck," and4
wna :o-.- Ho;~e Sowing Machine.
TIh0 New Home Sewing Machine Co.
CIRANCE. litASS. ,
es? FO SALE !Y CL,
W. E. BROWIN, MANNING, S. C.
L. W. FOLSOM,
-- Sign of the Big Watch, -
STERLING SILVER, CLOCKS, -
iptieal Goods, kin'. Kuaives, Seissers ad