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THE MANINWG TIMES.
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Dublishes all County and Town
Wednesday, August 22, :894.
Your Name in Print.
-Dr. John G. Dinkins is in very feeble
-S. A. Rigby leaves for the northern
--Miss Sallie Stukes has returned home
from Pawley's island.
-Mrs. Lizzie Nettles is visting her son,
Dr. L. w. Nettles, of Foreston.
-Miss Lessie Tally, of Snmter, was in
Manning on a visit to her father, Dr. Tally.
-Mr. Eugene Dickson and family, of
Sardinia, are visiting relatives in Man
-Mr. Ellison Caper. Jr., has been to Co
lumbia on a visit to relatives, and returned
home Sunday night.
-Mrs. D. J. Bradham, Mrs. Rogan and
son, returned yesterdlay from an extended
visit to Spartanburg, Cherokee, and Glenn
-Rev. James McDowell and family left
yesterday for Saluda, N. C. Mr. McDowell
will also spend a few days at Glenn
--Mr. "Dock" Barron expects soon to
open a mercantile business at the growne
town of Pinewood. Dock is a worthy
young man and deserves success.
-Ur. Pait Sprott and family, who left
Foreston several weeks ago en route for the
mountains of North Carolina by private
conveyance to visit his mother, returned
last WC'k, ha-Ving had a safe and de
lightfnl trip. IIP brought back a specimen
of sand resembling mlixed mettlies, which
the mountaineers are gathering from the
banks of the streams and ellin1g to parties
North at five cents a pounld.
Turn ont next' Tueistday and vote. The
polls op.'n at 8 o'clock in the morning and
close at 4 o'clock in th- afternoon.
Let the peole' reancarage by their pat
ronage the commenatdable efforts our mnir
chants. are making to keep the trade at
T;e two brick stor s that are being built
for B. A. Johnson are rapidly nearing com
pletion, and we are informed that one of
is already rented
We are glad to inform our friends that
elever "Bill" Trescatt is going to move
back to Manning, and will hold down first
base at Rigby's stoie.
Remember that next Tunesday is the pri
mary andI the polls close at 4i o'clock in the
atternoon. Go out yourself, and try to get
everybody chse to go with you.
In a few days the school vacation will be
at an end, and from the reputation our
Manning schools have made we believe the
attendance will be larger than ever before.
Let everything be laid aside next Tues
-day and go to the polls to select our county
- officers. Every club should take a pride in
seeing how near it can come to voting its
The Knights of Charleston are making
great preparations to have a big fair for the
purpose of building a magnificent castle
hail. We hope the Knights of Clarendon
A colored boy on Mr. A. S. Briggs's place
-received fitty-seven lashes this morning for
stealing watermelons. The boy's mother
did the whipping, preferring to punish him
herself than for the law to do so.
'The store between Horton, Burgess & Co.
and Dinkins & Co. is being prepared for
occupancy, and between the first and tenth
of September it will be (led with brand
new goods by a brand new merchant.
Recent arrivals mid summer goods at
Hortona, Burgess & Co.'s.
Now that fall is about to set in be sure to
give Manning an opportunity to get your
trade before going -elsewhere. Our mer
ebants are going to exert themselves to
draw a big trade to Manning this fall.
A full line of. delicious candies at Din
kins & Co.'s.
Cotton is being picked right along now,
and it will not be long before the music of
-the gins will be heard. Last Monday Mr.
Alfred Dyson had seventeen hundred
pounds of seed cotton picked from his field.
Ice foi sale at Stewart's pavilion.
The. Manning base ldl team returned
from Georgetown with long faces. The
trip, however, was not profitless, for the
boys had a fine time and found ont that
ball can be played at other places than
Turnip seed at Dinkins & Co's.
.It is not necessary to exhibit a registra
tion certificate to vote in the primary, and
aman who will come of age before the gen
'lelection is entitled to vote. See that
every voter in your community is enrolled
Look at the date on the label of your
paper and if your subscription is out or
about to be send us a renewal.
The Santee River Cypress Lumber Co.,
which does considerable business in this
county, was recentiy incorporated by the
Secretary of State. The capital stock is
$300,000, and is principally owned by par
ties in Michigan.
Base halls and bats at Dinkins & Co.'s
The Conservatives of this county, contrary
to our expectations, have not put out a full
ticket to be voted for in the primary next
Tuesday. Only one member of that faction
is running for an office, and he is running
for the Legislature.
Fresh and genuine turnip seed at J. G.
Dinkins & Co's.
Read what Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook has to say
in another column about the opening of the
Manning Academy-~ This lady is an ex
perienced teacher, and her scholars are
among the graduates and studente of the
best colleges in the State.
Ventilated summer corsets. Thomson's
gloye fitting and. Warner's, at Horton, Bur
gess & Co.'s.
Great quantities of tall goods are arivinig
daily at the establishment of Moses Levi.
A fine fall trade is expected, and every pre
paration is being iaade. to handle it. Our
merchants are determined to stop this go
ing away fromi home to trade.
FOR REN I'-sept. 10,th, Brick Store
now occupied by B. A. Johnson. Apply to
E. S. Ervin.
We will consider it a great favor if our
friends at the various voting places will
send us, as soon as the votcs are counted, a
tabulated statement of the vote each can
didate received. The e.lection comes oft
Tuesday, the 28th, and the Times is putb.
lisbd the next day.
Mrs. E. U Abbrook, principal of the
Manning Academy, will resume school
Monday, Sep. 3. Students preparedl for
classes in any college. Books on hand
at publishers' prices.
The pritary comes off on the 28th inst.,
and every inenber of a Democratic club
has the privilege of voting for any of the
candidates that have filed their pledges and
paid in ths- r assessments. So don't fail to
turn out next Tuesday and vote.
The first bale of new cotton was raised
and put on the market by Mr. Alfrad Dy.
son, and E. A. Johnson was the purchaser
at Q} cents. This morning Bradham's gin
was sending out its music from a bale of
cotton raised by Mr. J. W. McLeod.
The Maaning Collegiate Institute throws
open its doors on September 3rd, as will be
seen by rcferring to the advertisement in
anothe r column. This institution is well
managed by a corps of competent teachers,
and should receive an increase of patronage.
Mr. I. 11. Griffin has withdrawn his can
didacy fbr the Legislature, which only
leaves for our voters to select from, Mlessrs.
J. W. Kennedy, C. M. Davis, and W. C.
Davis out of the Reform ranks, and Mr.
Ellison Capers, Jr., out of the Conservative
ranks. AL is to be hoped that the whole
ticket can be selected without the necessity
of a second primary and may the best men
Rev. N. J. Brown and Rev. J. A. Atkins,
L. P's., conducted a protracted meeting at
Mt. Pleasant, near Packsville, within the
bounds of the Santee circuit, ending Aug.
17, resulting in a most gracious revival and
out-pouring of the Holy Spirit. A number
of conversions, which will no doubt be of
lasting effect. May the good work con
In our last issue by an oversight we neg
lected to say that J. D. Alsqrook, Esq., was
one of the candidates for the office of super
vi -or who spoke at the county campaign
meeting in Manning. We mentioned all
the other candidates and regret having
overlooked Mr. Alsbrook. Ie spoke at
some length on the various matters now be
ing discussed by the people, and piouinewl,
if elected, to give his full time and tl-t to
the office. His speech was one of the best
made on that occasi.)n.
A visit to the new stables of Thomas &
Bradhama will convince anyone that these
gentlenen mean to do an extensive sale
and livery business. The stable is 120 feet
long by 40 feet wide, and will accommodate
seventy-five horses without crowding.
Everything is conveniently arranged for
the feeding nnd watering of stock, and
when a tuan puts up with them be will
will have a safe place for his vehicle and
harness, as they have especially provided
for this business. Tney will soon have in
a fine supply of horses and mules, and all
kinds of vehicles, so instead of our farmers
having to go elsewhere to buy Thomas &
Bradham will be able to furnish them at
Last Friday a party of gentlemen met at
Capt. J. P. Brock's to have a shooting
match. The contestants were, I1. D. Plow
den, I. L. Burns, of Manning, C. L. Nel
son, A.- P. Brock, and J. P. Brock, of Pano
la; Marion Moise and Herman Schwerin, of
Suniter. Mr. H. D. Plowden ma<le the best
score followed by Capt. .1. P. Brock with a
clse second. There were a number pres
ent who did not participate .n the shooting
contest, hat from the reports we get from
there, they did very inuch participate in the
inagiiicent dinn.tier at the hospitable home
of Captain Brock. Oe gentleman ate so
inch and was so delighted that his host
did not let the Sumter men go off winners,
that he .allowed a fellow-gnest to shoot his
Last Thursday night about 9 o'clock
a thief entered the store-house of Mrs.
Ella C. Alsbrook and appropriated
about ten pounds of coffee, a half
bushel of rice, about the same quan
ity of grits and several jars of pre
se'rves. The thief cama through the
adjacent yard of Mr. W. C. Davis esq.
He left the gates open to insure a
rapid exit. His tracks showed where
he sealed the solid seven foot fence
in rear of the store house and, seem
ingly, with studied care supplied
himself. On his return, Mr. Davis's
attention was attracted, while the
thief was passing the back door. He
recognized a negro man with a bag
on his head; he commanded a halt,
but the negro ran rapidly out of the
yard into the street while the bullets
from Mr. Davis's pistol went whizzing
after him. The night previous three
fowls were stolen from Mr. Davis.
The thief was daring to venture
through the yard and garden of Mr,
Davis as bright lights were burning
in the house and the doors and win
dows open. Mrs. Alsbrooks and
hildren were alone and the sus
peted thief assisted a few days ago
in arranging the groceries in the
The exercises of the Manning Acad
emy will be resumed on Monday,
Instruction will be given in French,
latin, music, drawing, and painting;
also. any special study a pupil may
wish to pursue. Tuition in the pri
mary grade, $1; intermediate, S2;
hiher, $3; collegiate, $4.
1san incentive to study a silver
medal is awarded at the end of each
week to the pupils attaining the
highest average in each grade; also,
a silver medal is voted to the best be
haved pupil in the academy.
At the close of the school year the
pupil who has received one of the sil
ver n..edals the greatest number of
times, is awarded the scholarship
gold medal; also, a beautiful gold
medal is awarded for deportment and
music, and a gold pen for the grent
est improvement in writing.
In all work done, in whatever de
p artment, our motto shall always be
torogness. No improper language or
boisterous conduct is allowed among
the pupils. The bible is read and the
school opened with prayer every
The academy is well furnished with
patent desks, a new piano, an organ,
charts, blackboards, etc. A full sup
ply of art material on hand.
Pupils entitled will receive their
per rate of the public school appro
If you are not already a patron of
some good school, the academy which
has never had a patron to withdraw
on account of dissatisfaction during
the past twelve years, will give indi
vidual and special attention. Send
for catalogue. E. C. ALSBROOK,
For Renit in Manning.
A nice eight room dwelling house, all
necessary out-buildings, large garden and
plenty of vegetables. Can get possession
on 15th August, inst. Apply to
D. M. EnADHAM.
A Card fromt Dr. Woods.
EDITOR THE MlANNING Tms:--Dear
Sir:-That you saw fit in your last
issue of the Times to niace me in an
anomalus position before the reform
Democratic voters of Clarendon by
an innuendo leveled at me when
commeting in reference to cheering
others than those composing the con
vention is a self evidlent fact and just
here-Mr. Editor I take the liberty
of saying that you cannot convince
an well informed Reformer Demo
crat that I am any the less the same
reform Democrat that I was in '90,
but that I am a Democrat is the
place where the shoe pinches. I
hear also through my friends that
some low, degraded sneak and boot
lick reported that I was drinking
whiskey in Manning when over there
which I positively deny, and de
nounce the perpetrator as a malicious
falsiier and slanderer.
I. M. WXoons.
Sar,1;ni S. 0., Aung. 20th. 1894
Senator Ragin's Statem(ent.
Enrroin THE MANNING TIMs:-I see
from the Manning Times that Messrs.
W. C. Davis and J. H. Burgess, in
their discussion over the Taw Caw
bridge, have brought me into it. I
desire in justice to myself to say in
as few words as possible, what I know
The Clarendon delegation was
called to Manning by county coin
missioners last fall to consult our
county affairs, and to take into con
sideration the replacing the bridges
in the county swept away by the
August storm. It was agreed that
they be allowed to expend $1,300 if
so much be necessary I then and
there urged the commissioners to
bridge across Taw Caw, telling them
that the crossing was danaerous in
high water, and citing the fact that
Mr. Burgess came near losing his
horse in attempting to get to his
farm, said crossing was swimming.
I stated to Mr. Burgess what I had
done, and told him further that at a
subsequent meeting the commission
ers reported having expended $1,025
and the bridges in good condition;
that the annual amount allowed the
county for bridge repairs was $500;
that the county commissioners asked
the Legislature for an appropriation
of $800; that the delegation appro
priated $400; that when I came home
I saw Mr. Holladay and urged the
matter, telling him that he had mon
ey enough, in my judgment, to do
the work, as I thought it could be
done at a cost of $100 or $150; that I
also spoke to Mr. Geddings and that
they both told me they were in favor
rof ding the work and thought it
ought to be done. I said then and
say still, that those gentlemen, being
taxpayers, are entitled to and should
have the crossing made safe.
Now, Mr. Editor, I mention these
facts in justice to myself as my name
was brought into the controversy.
Having done so, I am dcne with it.
L. M. 1ILL.
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anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
r':fondedl. Price 25c. per Lox. For sale by
J. G. Dinkins & Co., druggists.
S. H. Cliflord, New Cassel, Wis., was troib
led with neuralgia and rheumati an, his
stotuach 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, 11arrishnrg, 11., had a
running sore on his leg of eght years' stand
ing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitteri
and seven boxes of Bucklen's :.rnica salve,
and his leg is sourid and well. John Speak
er, Catawba, 0., had five large fever sores on
his leg, doctors said he was incurable. One
bottle Electric Bitti-s anl one box Bucklen's
:trnia s:Llve cured l:ini entirely. Sold by
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It will cost you nothing and will surely do
von good, if you hav.- a cough, cold, or any
trouble with tbroat, ehest. or lungs. Dr.
Kinigs New Discovery for coisumiiption,
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lief. or money will be paid back. Suffe-rers
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Emrron THE MAxNIu TIMErS
Only one wveek remains before we
are called upon to cast our suffrage
for those who are to represent us in
the halls of our Legislature and to
preside over most of the county of
fices, and it is to be regretted that so
little interest is taken in the ap
proaching primary. Several of the
candidates have no opponents, but
some have, and it is the duty of every
voter to cast his ballot, and for the
most comipetent man. .
There are two candidates for State
Senator, and four for the Legislature.
These are important positions, and
we should vote for the best men.
The probate judge, treasurer, and
auditor have no opposition, but vote
for thenm to show that their scervices
are appreciated. Fur school comn
missioner there are two candhida~tes.
Give it to the most competent man.
Then comes the county sup~ervisor.
The Legisiature has abolished the of
fice of county commissioners, and
wisely, too, as they got little pay and
did nothing for the honors. If they
went to see a piece of road they were
charged with doing so to get the
mileage. The supervisor gets no
mileage as the salary is sufficient to
pay him for his full time, and he
should be required to give it. Look
at the condition of our roads. The
new law is a wise one, andl if proper
ly carried out will be of great benefit
to every citizen in the county. There
are six applicants for the office, all
good men, and the question is, which
one of them is most competent to fill
the office. Give it to the most com
petent, laying aside all personal pref
erences. If there is one that you
know is better qualified for the posi
tion than another, give him a unani
mous vote and support. It is the
county's money, and you pay your
part of it. Get the best man. Vote
wisely, but be sure to vote.
Paelesville, Aug. 21, 1894.
LOCKnAR, TExAS, Oct. 15, 1889.
Messrs. Paris Medicine Co.,
Dear Sirs:-Ship us as soon as possible 2
gross Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. My
customers want Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic and will not have any other. In our
experience of over 20 years in the drug
business, we have never sold any medicine
which gave such universal satisfaction.
J. S. BnowNE & Co.
Malarial produces weakness, general de
bility, bilionsness, loss of appetite, indi
gestion and constipation. Grove's Taste
les~s Chill Tonic removes the cause wvhich
produlces these troubles. Try it and you
will be delighted. 50 cents. To get the
genuine ask for Grove's. Sold on it merits.
No cure, no pay. Sold by J. G. Din kins
The annual re-union of the Sprott Gnards
will take place at Juneville on Thursday
23rd inst. A full attendance is desired.
By order of II. L. BENBOW,
D. J. BnRAnnAst, President.
English Spavin Linmment removes all
hard, soft or calloused lumps and blemishes
from horses, blood spavins, curbs, splints,
sweeny, ring-bone, stifies, sprains, all
swollen throats, coughs, etc. Save $50 by
use of one bottle. Warranted the most
wonderful blemish cure ever known. Sold
b~y J. G. Dinkins & Co.. druggists, Man
ning S. -
A Reforier's Voice'.
S-r. P.uL, Aug. 20.-As the 28tb of
August approaches we find ourselve
bountifully blessed with plenty of
corn, peas, and waternelons, and a
full crop of Tillman votes. Happy
harvests to South Carolina, and char
ity enough for all.
We are sorry that the presilenLt of
or State Alliance was stung with thQ
Governor's bee anel salved it over
with resolutions to support no Can
didate for United States Senate but.
those who stood all fours oi the
Ocala platform, because Tillmain \v;a
not dead in love with the sub-treasJ
ry plan. I have had the honor to
hold ollciAl positions in the county
and sub-alliances of the county ironi
the commencing of its organization
to the present time, and I will wager
a felt hat to any one that every Ali
anceman that is a true Reforimer will
vote for Tillman for the Unit.nd
States Senate, excepting the socall1ed
Reformer who has his hopres tied to
the Anti-Tillmanites. The masses of
the people will never prove a traitor
to Tillman after he had renderenl
such noble services to our people for
the upbuilding of the State, with
the trials lie has endured for Reformi
kindles the fires of admiration in the
breast of every lover of the statesman
who did his duty when the bravest
of the brave faltere:1, Whose name in
South Carolina is the electric spark
that illuminates the sacred fires of af
fection that signals applause like the
heroic shouts of those who followed
the stairy cross at the Gibraltas of
the Confederate war. May he rout
the traitor, Cleveland, that the people
may reign at the national center of
the people's rights.
All honor to our gallant Congress
man, John L. McLaurin, the cham
pion of the people's rights of the Gth
Congressional District. Jobnnic has
the 'coon and gone on,, and will go
higher still, for it is impossible to
stop the leaven that is leaveniag the
people's rights. True men like him
is the need of the hour, that will not
sell the interesfs of his people or be
bribed with gold and silver. God
grant more like John MeLaurin.
Look out for the dark and inde
pendant horse at the general election.
The "carse of Democracy" with dark
main and tail and heart blacker than
a "nigger." Those are the scoun
drels that invade the sacred sanctu
ary of Democracy, and if their hellish
lust are not satisfied tiw-y barter the
blood of wir race to th- negro for a
mess of pott age. Hiai upton has; well
sai(l "an indf-pelida is worse unin a
radical, but the pe. ple will see to i!
that none but true w .el > on guard
to the Legisiat ore that is is a'le up of
whole cloth, warp and filling, yard
wide, fast colors, and warrantuel not
to rip. 1.
Itch oit lnin:.,l. n1anf;o i 1g,. le : , 1
and .dl Slck, (1er ,-.m 311 m~iin te. 11'
Vo.f(;-'s nary lotion. T0 Iwver
fails. Solhl by J. G. Dinkins t- co., drun,'
gisL-o. Manning, S. C.
Mr. Griflin Withdraws.
I hereby withdraw IIuy naune from
the list of candlidates for the LegisktL
ture, feeling saxtisfied that Clarendon
will be able to sendI a full rersna
tion of truie Reformers to the Legisla
ture, and greatly preferring inyself
to remain at home :mdit work for thme
Reformn party as I hav'e dIone since(
1890. R. H. GUiIFFIN.
Pinewood. S. 0., Aug. 18, 1894.
Who are for the First Time to undergo
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- a few weeks before confinement, 0
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Swill rob confinement of PAIN and sUFFEE
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Before. by erect---il oMt
Tobacco. .iohoi o'r Upi~a, cr **'cc. o
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Diziness, Cojnvulsions. W ksiulne--:.J--t ,
Mental1Depreseiun. &,tteninsucf the Bl'r.. wt'.
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lysteria, .Nucturnal Emissions, spr..a'o
Ioes of I'ower caod Impotency. which if ues1-:cn~d,
may lend to premaitura old age and insanmty.
Positivelyguarn'cod. .'riecSi.nat -:s
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guaatoo furnis'hed with every $5.00O crdcr iec.ived
to refund tho m'raey if a prnrmnant c~jis na
NERVIA MEDICINE' Co.. Dietroit. Nicb,
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scI sale snumer 1894. The
inne. to buy Cheap and Easy. Six
prI xt summer ofrers that beat the
,? $zo saved every Piano purchaser.
5;$ro to $20 On every Organ.
. six s~sc'hi Offers on our Po~iar MId
' :':w,'r Plam. Buy In August, September
' a' oer, and pay when ootton comes
SSpot Cashi Prie. No Interest. Only a
small Canh Payment requIred, $25 on at I
(~ Piano. $10 on organ, balance next NovemD
her 15th. Longer time If wanted.
S1Pxyments to suit all. Pianos $5 to $10
me::fihty. Organs $2 to $5.
SOur Mid-Sumomer Ofrers save bIg money
1, on all planxs of payment.
S)Now Fall Leadero ready. Beaull
fuli and Cheap. Tempting Bargains.
Write at once for afid-summer Of
6fers. Good only until November 1.
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1 Z ~FROM c
FL~iPG CEMENT AND BRICK COMPANY, E
I L eo~adgu tartors for all 1Vasonris' Su~ppplies,
27 EAST JA Y C11A RL(ESTON, S. C.
1L1irne. :iPleaster, Rosendale, o
ngishPortland (ement, All Sizes Terra Cotta Pipe,
1ire Brick and Clay, Hair, Brick, Tiles, Etc. o
MIXED LOTS. CAR LOAD LOTS. '.4
Agent for tho Celebrated Rock Wall Plaster.
elephone 291. Write for Prices.
iA. i. CAlIISLI. . D., I't. South Carolina College,
'iwo Full Courses.
~/OFFOAD [U61 Imp i E. ry expInses for one year, One
ildred .1d Hfy Dollars. Ssion beginsSept 2.5th. e regular
SCorss, with Diplomas. Special Courses,
J. A. GAMEWELL, withCertificatcs. 'equrementsforadmis
SPARTANBURG, S. C. Seetary of Faculty. sion odified. Boar $8 a month. Total
necessary expenses for the year (exclusive:
Sof trav cling, clo-thing, and books) from i
$11211 to5152. Sendl for Announcemeflit.
eFor fuirther information adldress the Pres
M anning Collegiate Institute, ident.
i~j:_A.1*\COLUMBIA, S. C.
i\~AN I~TG S 0Furman University,
D)o You Initewd to Edt-wate Your Children?' GREENVILLE. S. C.
The next session will begin Sept. 26, 1894.
If so, Patroitize thc- bIstitute. W~hy 1 For catalogues or for information about the
courses of study, ess halls, private board
SCcaeur tvantaes ing or other details, r e es d
neesr expnse lfo t he e r xlsie
that are not to he found ('i;newlere in the county. Besiclos, the advantages C. MAYLYy, D. DA
inl the courses of study, mooerate tuition rates, chcap board, healthfulnessi
of the town, comibinel- with othiers of equnal importance inake it to youi in-f
tere1t to send 2oere. L 5 df Angene.
orAs the representative of the Atlantic and
Siendl for cqaogi Gulf States, Immigration Agency I can offer.
E. J.u BR W E Pri~il those persons desiring to sell their faringn
or timbered lands peculiar advantages.
________________________________________________________________ The larg-r the tract the better I can handle
the same. W. C. DAVIS.
LARGE .-K ~~ A.McCobb, Jr.,
LAl / General ConFmission Merchant,
ASSORTMENT The, Etc., ssioAND DEALER I.N
Lime, Coment, Plaster Paris
-ecau- tiair, Fire Bricks, and Fire
in'A th orsesT o stud, mo derat Liitio rates, Clay, Land Plaster, and
\ -(..nf for circulars
Tinware, "an/d price lsts. Agent for whites Engish Portlantdicent
N o d Neethi St., IIARLESTON, S.C. 194 and 196 East Bay St., Charleston, S. C
PERCVALM'FG COATLANTIC COAST LINE,
~~ ~ NOR'riEAS'rERN RAILI1OAD.
E. J. ROWNE P. CTIL S. C., April 23,1894.
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sen, er schuuie will be in Meract:
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Belier than Wealth.
Preserve your health by using
Pure Drugs and Mediclnes
from the old established and
always reliable drug house of
J. G. Dinkins & Co..,
In addition to a full and conjplete stock
of Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, we keep
all the popular Patent Medicines, Paints
Oils, and Window Glass, Cigars and To
bacco, Garden Seed, Lamp Goods, Sew
Ing Machine Needles and Oil, and the
thousands of other articles usually kept in,
a firs-class drug store.
J. G. Dinkins & Co.,
Sign of Golden Mortar.
MANNING, - - S. C.
Charleston, S. C.
M AIL, Express or Freight goods to any
part of the United States or abroad.
Orders receive prompt attention imtnedi
ately upon receipt. In sending money for
articles not quoted in this list or our free
catalogue, send the amount of retail price
less 20 per cent. Any difference will be
returned by next mail. Our business is
s-cTLY cAsI. Goods sent C. 0. D. to re
sponsible parties. We solicit a share of
your mail orders.
Allcock's Porous Plasters, 10 25
Belladona Plasters, 15 25
Capeine Plasters, Benson's, 15 25
Alleock's Bunion Plasters, large 18 25
Allcock's Corn Plasters, 08 10
Our Little Liver Pills, 15 25
Cuticura Resolvent, 85 100
Cuticura Salve, 40 50
Cuticura Soap, 15 25
Anti-Pain Plasters, 10 25
Simmon's Liver Regulator 67 100
No-To-Bac, 3 boxes for 250
Chichester's Pennyioyal 1Pills, 185 200
Hall's Syrup of Hyphosphites, 90 150
Pennyroyal Pills, 75 100
Dr. Felix LeBruns steel and
Pennyroyal1 Fills, 67 100
Alligator Liniment5 25
Scott's Emulsion, 67 100
Acid Phosphate, Horsford's, $.4o 2 .50
Ayer's Pills, 20 25
Pierce's Favorite Prescription 75 1 00
Hall's Emulsion 25c and 60
Cod Liver Oil, purl45c, pint, 50
Cod Liver Oil, pure, 802 quart, 100
Castile Soap, 12 oz cake, 14r 15
Castil'e Soap, imported, per lb., 20 25
West's Nerve Brain Treatment 67 Q.
Phosphodine, 85 1 0 $ . -
Extract Witch Hazel, pints, 20 26i
Carter's Little Liver Pills, 15 25
.Pi'e e claim to have the best stock of
Druggists' Sundries, Perfumery, Tooth,
Nail nd Hair Brushes, Combs, Sponges.
Chamois Skins and Toilet Requisites in th
City. We can mail over 2,000 articles in
the Drg lineo, anywhere, and pay specis
attention to mail orders. We will mail our
Carter' Wile thisv ager P is not c 25e.
it wilie soe idae the s stock of
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