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PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20th, 1895.
We Have Now in Stock the Largest Line
Of Shoes, Hats, Clothinu and Dry
Goods We Have3 Ever Had
50 suits of children's clothing, knee pants
and coat, wananted tast color, only. $1.00
per suit, worth $1.50.
50 black cheviot suits for children, kne
pants and coat, only $2.00. The greatest
bargain we have ever off.red in chaildren'S
Just receiver, a large lot of fancy crepe
cloth, 1J yards wide, only 50c per yard.
If you want to see a nice line of cheap
undervests for ladies, in wool and cotton,
give us a call.
Ladies, we are selling dress goods of all
kinds as cheap as ever. We get something
new in dress goods every week.
We have the largest line of shoes in
stock we have ever Lad. Call and see us if
you want cheap shoes. We can please
Ladies, don't forget that we have a nice
line of fruit of all kinds for making your
Remember that we have a large stock of
of dry goods of all kinds, and
you know our name is "Cheap." Come
with the cash and we will please you.
W. E. Jm\xissos.
-Capt. J. A. Mills, of Greenville, is in
- -Major A. Levi and wife left last Sun
day for the exposition.
YOUR NAME IN PRINT.
The Atlanta birds have homeward flown.
All kinds of stationary at R. B. Loryea's.
Clarendon was well represented at the
-State fair last week.
Call at the Racket Store for Trilby veil
iMg, china cups, vases etc.
Don't forget to pay your town taxes.
The books will close next Saturday.
We are told that the Clarendon tobacco
at the exposition is considered the finest
Quite a crowd were in town to-day attend
ing Thomas & Bradham's auction sale of
. The Seaboard:Air Line is the most popu
lar route to take to visit the Atlanta expo
'-Red Rooster" smoking and chewing to
baco, 5c a twist, at Brockinton's.
All that went to Atlanta from .here ex
press themselves.ss being highly pleased
with the trip.
Mr. B. L. DuBose. of New Zion, left a
nice lot of potatoes atour office, for which
he has ourthanks.
Fon R.-r.-A nice.four-room cottage.
Apply to .D. M. BaannAX.
Every merchant in Manning has done a
better cash business'this. fall 'tbansfor a
number of years past.
D. M. Bradham's. rice huller now in
operatiou at Summerton will after the 25th
inst., be~put up at Packsville.
* When young ladies are forced to kiss each
other for some favorite young man it is a
sad commentary on the boys.
The Manning Times sends out 12.240
pages this week. There is no county pa
per in the State that~will equal it.
The nicest line of fresh candies to be
found at Brockinton's.
The Manning Guards should spur up
and go to A tlanta, this is a chance in a life
time and the ratese-'ery cheap.
riga bale of cotton belonging
to Mr. 3. Levi was discovered on ire in his
lot. The cause of the fire is a mystery.
Be sure to read Congressman McLaurin's
-speech on another page. It is a .gem, and
is worth placing in your library for your
children as they grow up to read.
Plant rye,! get your seed from J.. W. Mc
Doctor DuBose, of Columbia, has been to
Jordan to see Hon. James M. Sprott, and
we regreat to announce that Mr. Sprott's
condition is worse than it was last week.
R. B. Loryea, the druggist, has a large
stock of spectacles and eyeglasses.
If you want any kind of stationary, such
as writing paper, ban paper, envelopes,
tablets, pens, inks, blank-books, pencils
and slates go to R. B. Loryea, the drag.
* Aidarkey was brought in and put in jail
yesterday for not paying his poll tax;
shortly after he was put up. a rumor got
out that the man was lodged in jail charged
The attention of the members of St.
Peters Lodge A. F. M. is called to the meet
ing of the lodge on the evening of the 27th
inst. All members will please come pre
pared to pay the annual dues.
Thne merchants of this town, as in most
every other first-class town, have agreed to
observe Thanksgiving day, which is the
28th, to-maorrow week. Their places of
business will be elosed on that day.
Do you know that the best 5c cigars on
the market are to be found at Brockinton's.
Married this afternoon- at the residen~ce
of the brides parents, at Copes, S. C., Mr.
Harry D. Clark, formerly of Manning, and
Miss Marie Clark. 'The couple will arrive
here on this evenings train and will remain
a few days visiting relatives.
Fresh and genuine garden seed at R. B.
It, is not always the man who~ makes
*great pretenses that loves his neighbor as
himself. There are many men who will
profess great love for their feliow-man in
the presence of an assemblage of acquaint
ances, but when it comes to do an act of
genuine charity they'turn off and urge some
one else to do it. There is'more charity in tak
.ing care of the stranger than in all the noise
made by a public prayer at a big meeting.
MFor that torpid live~r try "Thedford's
Black Draught." at Brockinton's.
The county treasurer is not being very
much rushed with the collection of the
county and State taxes. Everybody seems
to be'waiting for then last few days.
It is very funny to see how some people
try to get their names into the paper, by
telling the editor what wonderfully large
potatoes, fire molasses, nice pork etc.,
they have raised this year. One fellow
came to us with a nice little story of this
kind and when he failed to see a mention
of it in the paper he was disappointed. and
came to na to know why we discriminated,
but when told that the people usuaily me:
tioned, are such as prove their faith by~their
works; he went off a wiser man.
Preserve your sight by having your eyes
properly fitted with a pair of "Crystal
Lenses." Spectacles or eyeglasses. R. B3.
Loryea, the druggist.1
For the present cotton is not bringing as
much as it should, but we honestly believe
it is because the speculators are "monkey
ing" with it. It seems to us to bet a war of
the speculator against the producer, and it
is a matte.r of the most tenacity which wi!!
win. Staticians tell us the amount of eot
ton made is insufficient to supply the dle
miand; if this be true, and the manufacta r
ers must think that it is, becanse they have
advanced the prices of all manufactured
cotton goods, then what is to p.re~vent the
producer from getting his just vat e fo'r the
raw material. We do not advise any farm
er to hold cotton, but we have no hesitancy
in saying that had we cotton we would not
Baldness is either hereditary or causedc
by sickness, mental exhaustion, wearing
tight-fitting hats, and by over-w ork and
rmnhie Hail's Renewer will prevent it.
seil at the present prices unless we were in
debt and oar creditors were in debt and
our creditors were pr-sirng us. We would,
however, if in deb:, b: ing our cotton to the
cred'tor and ,-.t him to hold for better
urices, wi w-beieve will coenc as Soon
as the sp-eu b *i':e they have
squeezed the prc.lueers all they can.
One d:vy 1:tst k a stranger cane to
Manning accoirane b1 y his wife and
child, and without wwui peliiinary prep
arations, they _t once set out to start up a
religious meeti A canvas: sign was
hung r~p inv"t. n . - rers to cCma to
Jesus." The ain'ano is Rev. R. W.
Boyd. He c'mnier c bi; services with
uu'sie on an ccodian, wVhici dtir aObout
bitu a crowd (,f pLople anit at tihe onchi
sion of the mic, Mrs. Boyd offercd up a
prayer. Then 1lr. By(i preachol a good,
so.nd, sensil.l", s., uor, occa-: (nally
throwing son:e rock in th: canrPs f. the
various d:enonmi-ions. 'e w:% csPci.-.l\
hard on chrii--s or cr- miembers w!o
iav red tie e-tabi-humat of the dip- nsa
and me-actp-rswo wou!-i not turt '-nreus
trottiin. g- i and tit-inkin' u-s"
out of their chun ,. 'a Pieac-ei
tinee tinis c n '6. ..1 tin, sun
day and iga:n Mon- :ml vteral and
as a resuit of t s :bar we are n.t prepared
to estintote. We were very i:eh itapresse 3
with the :.an's 11ili1t i earnestness
and wIji (I ow ina .ok upon hi-a as a
crank, there is on- thing cx-rtain, he is a
well re--d inan, inl n-s t I ' :bc on his
fingers en' d;. Av to his siucereity, we iave
not the gight doubt, and we believe he
will reach tuany a '-wanderer" that cannot
be got st from a church. A r-:mior reached
him last Mentiav to the ilecCt that he was a
Morruon, and ht: dvoted a portion of the
night service to .icnyjing the eLarge and
very feelingly spoke of it as being the work
of the devil to injure him in his work.
This gentleman and his fimily have the
appearance of respctability and we hope
they will receive a cortial velcone in Sum
ter where they expect to go.
BUCKLEN'S ARMCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers. salt rheuni, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Loryea.
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gunder
man, of Dimondale, Mich., we are permit
ted to r-ake this extract: "I have no hesi
tation in recommendIng Dr. King's New
Discovery, as the results were almost mar
velous in the case of my wife. While I was
pastor of the Baptist cburch at Rives Junc
tion she was brought down with pneumonia
suceeding La Grippe. Terrible paroxysms
of coughing would last hours with little
interuption and it seemed as if she could
not survive them. A friend recommended
Dr. King's New Discovery; it was quick in
its work and bighly satisfactory in results."
Trial bottles free at t. B: LORYEA'S
Drug Store. Regular size bottles 50 cents
FOUR BIG SUkCESS3S.
Having tihe neededt merit to more than
make cood al the tdverLising claimed for
them, ibe follo.in. four remedies have
reached phenona-al sale. Dr. King's New
Discoverv. for consumption, Coughs- and
Colds, each boti guar.anteed-Electric Bit
ters. the great rem'edy for Liv.r, Stomach
and Kidnscy. Buckien's Arnica Salve, the
best in the woria, and Dr. Kitng's New Life
Pills, which are a perfect pill. All these
remdies are guaranteed to do just what is
claimed for them and the dealer whose
name :s attacied herewith will be glad to
tell you rore of them. Sold at R. B. LOR
YEA'S DI;g Store.
Hlow about thait pair of spectacles you are
neding so bad ? Now is your time to get
them at Broec~inton's.
Don't forget that Thomas & Bradham
keep constantly on hand a fall line of beg
gies, one and two horse wagons, the Buck
eye & Wood mowers and rakes ; also the
best and cheapest line of harness in town.
Be sure and see them before buying.
Just received, at J.. W. McLeod's, a cargo
f genuine red rust proof oats, also a fine
lot of seed rye..
AN EYE OPEN I ---
Some People Go Through the
World With Their Eyes Shut
Tight and Never On the Lookout
for Anything, While Others Are
Always on the Lookout for Bar
gains gnd Ready to Save a Dollar
If An Opportunity Presents
Itself to Them.
We are ....
the Trading World With
thieBig Bargains. We Are
Offering Every Week.
5,000 yards' quilt remnant
calicos, only 21e per yard.
Call quick if you want any of
these goods. They are going
5,000 yards good cheek
homespun at 4ic and 5e per
~1,000 yards school boy jeans,
all shades, wool filling, a good
bargain for 25c but we only
ask you 20%. We also have a
large quantity of jeans at 10c
and 15e per yard.
200 pairs ladies' pebble
grain button shoes, only $1.15
per pair, warranted to be sol
id leather out and out.
We wish to say here in plain
words, and we mean just what
we say, that we have as nice
. line of ladies staple dress
goods as anty house in town
and we are selling them vewy,
A~ nice line of Hamilton
i cashmeres, all shades, only
12te per yard.
A beautiful line of 34-inch
cash meres, the ones that are
usually sold at 20e per yard,
we only ask you 16tc.
A very handsome line of la
dies' cioth, all-wool and one
yard wide, the ones that are
sold everywhere at :35c per
yard, we only ask you 27ic.
Our line of black cashmeres,
serges, and henriettas at 20c,
25c.: e, 50e, 60e, and 75c is
just a line of goods that can't
be beat in Atmerica for the
We have ini stock a large
line of ladies' wool and cot
ton undervests. We offer
them at 35c, 50e, 7he, $1.00,
1.50 and $2.00 per pair.
A large lot of ewers and ba
sins only $1.00.
The best ironstone dinner
plates 50c per set. Cups and
saucers to match, 50e per set.
Knives and forks 50e, T5e,
$1.00. $1.25, .30 and $2.00
Beautiful line toilet sets,
foot tub, water buckets. and
slop can. onily $1.:35 per set.
A splenidid line of brass
cedar buckets, only 20e and
Ladies, we have a large lot
raisins at 10e. per pound and
currants at 100 per pound for
making your Chsistmnas cake,
and a lot of pulverized sugar
for ici: themu. BSake your
cakes now and have themi
nice and muel low by Christ mas.
Yours for a Merry Christmas.
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
and everyone needs it at all times of the
year. Malaria is. always about, and the
only preventive and relief is to keep the
Liver active. You must help the Liver a bit,
and the best helper is the Old Friend, SIM
MONS LIVER REGULATOR, the RED Z.
Mr. C. Himrod, of Lancaster, Ohio,
says: "SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR
broke a case of Malarial Fever of three
years' standing for me, and less thai.
one bottle did the business. I shall use
it when in need, and recommend it."
Be sure that you get it. Always look for
the RED Z on the package. And don't
forget the word REGULATOR. It is SIM
MONS LIVER REGULATOR, and there Is
only one, and every one who takes it is
sure to be benefited. THE BENEFIT IS
ALL IN THE REMEDY. Take it also for
Biliousness and Sick Headache; both are
caused by a sluggish Liver.
J. H. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia.
State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Carolin- B. Salinas, C. Edward Salinas,
and Anthony J. Salinas. Copartners, as
A. J. Salinas & Sons, Plaintiffs,
Harriet Tindal, Malvina Woods, and Lou;
Judgment for Foreclosure and Sala.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Common
Pleas, in the above stated action, to me di
rected, bearing date October 20th, !1893, I
will sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder, for cash, at Clarendon court house,
at Manning, in said county, within the le
gal boor. for j'idicial sales, on Monday, the
2nd day of December, 1895, being salesday,
the foliowing described real este:
1. "All that tract of land, situate in Clar
endon county, State of South Carolina, con
taining fifty-seven acres, more or less,
bounded north by lands of Mrs. Margaret
Thames; south by lands of C. F. Rich
bourg; east by lands of J. Elbert Davis;
and west by lands of Amziah Tindal; being
the tract of land whereon Scipio Tindal re
2. All that tract of land, situate in Clar
endon County, in said State, containing
thirty-five acres, more or less, bounded
north by lands of Oliver Sumter; east by :
lands of Mrs. Martha Thames and by lands
of Scipio Tindil, deceased; south by lands
formerly of Louis Loyns, said to belong to
Rachael Marrin; and west by lands of
The above parcel is sold subject to the
dower estate ol Harriet Tindal.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. J. 1nADHA,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Nov. 13th, 193.
Please announce to the public that
I am still in the market with the
choicest line of
Clothing, Dress Goods,
Shoes, Hats, and Notions, that
can be found
in the county.
I would like to call special atten
tion to my.line of
in stouts, mediums and slims.
a nice line of
Ladies' Capes and-Walking Jackets.
Capes are all the rage
In the way of Rubber Goods
I have the largest line of
to be found in the county
and they must go.
Remember, I am the headquarters
Schloss Bros.' Clothing,
Harris' Wire Buckle Suspenders,
C. & C. Collars and Cuffs,
Foster Kid Gloves,
R, &G. and
Thompson's Glove-Fitting Corsets.
I run a first-class Dry Good's es
tablishmnent and invite the public to
come in and inspect. I will endeavor
to please you.
Yours very truly,
E. C. HORTON,
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER,
MANNING, S. C.
Office in Manning Hotel open from 9 a.
m. to 12:30 p. m. and 2 to 5:30 p. m.
For writing paper, pens and ink, at the
low >t prices, go to Brockinton's.
"Pick Leaf " stooking tobacco, 10c a
package, at Brockinton's.
in B anlg to gj t t uat reasonable price is
S.a A. R UA~ vBY'S.
This departa-.ent is completo, A w :;r. s. Ning the aIoods at.rockl-htto. prices.
We- have a beantiful line of
o utings...................................................... .....at Ic and 8e
Gngham s, in% dres and - t. l ..................---.-. -.. . at 5c and 7,:
Crown suitings, the thi a wa f chii s ............ -
ti . d fparieln t y u 3 - I 11::.1 bl-.i 7, d cu :' : itareads, pins,
neeles5. 'tation *ry, p'"i' a ! r en hir -p'i::s, co bs de..lies, t el- , so.ps in
erwear, cIous ~ :,prs ~sI: rh4 ee m ayo.er iition-s.
A good eight-rib sateen covered uibrella............. ....................for 50c
A No. 1 sixteen-rib gingham unl rella......... .................for 50e
M.n's. .u. lered shirts........fru 50c np. Think of. it.
Aen's unlaundere-3 .m trts ........... ............ ...... ..........from 30C to $1
Men's drawers......................... .......... .......from 1-5c up
We have the best antomatic seanile.4:.half-base for 5 cents 3on cver s::w. A l:rge
assortment of collars and cuffs, handkerchi cls, r cktmes an-l gloves at p-o.IIar prices.
We have a big line of shoes for men, boys, ladies, misses and girls at very low
. prices. A large line of brogans constantly on hand. We keep the celebrated
- ZEIGLER shoe for ladi -s, which can not be surpassed in beauty, style and finish.
Gent's elothing from $4.00 a suit up. Youths' clothing from $2.50 a snit up
Children's clothing. ..from $1.50 a suit up. The
In this line we can show you beautiful designs in lamps for the parlor, music
room, sitting room, dining room, bed room and hallways at prices within the reach
of all. We also carry a large line of table glassware, such as goblets, tumblers, but- Price
ter dishes, and many other articles usually found in glassware and crockery stores.
ats and Caps.
We keep the latest styles in Hats and Caps for men, boys and girls from 10c to 50c. for
There is no need of talking to you about groceries, for every one knows that we are
headquarters for staple and fancy geocries. We keep the best grades of canned
tripe, mock-turtle soup, canned beet, breakfast strips and the best grades of flour.
,iUMTE TJMTEFLO' S. 0.OU
. A. BROGDON, Manager. W. B. MEACHAM, Auctioneer
This Warehouse Has Been in Operation Since August 29, and Has
trpmchasrte large uantbes orafas Stri atebrolna Tocco.
A.aRO do, find h Manager.th W. tB.cc toM u EAC AMAitone
Thsallhuse Has beni on operatonine Auust and ex-Ha
- ofToba ce. at Gniveragea tofa andtwee 1tand 11 ntis pherPud
pls aeosel ysoen tob aco. vrywe o tesl o oac
WiliHae You Tbecrso nns obaccouyeedf r s pehio rpaoust pr
Hoghease Furnised Frnttee of Charge Carnahpe Toaco.or insonApiain
YorFindorfinswoituttertbcot u epn
Our all Setebftoc Ifou cowe Completedex
peine Wie usra prepa and se tht aet Samt e avw aeeer cariee
besld ardngy Y our theobargoainsl Grdeartmn 75cl er ond uds
CAPses! Furnis!reo Care andr Whped paticlal ieour endsion pltion.
percen iendso u pie
SEE J.O A.IEL BRO DOBCNVIMnae.
Our F50 and$.lill alobcl s ispecNowom le e
Weae earedt show sohe nlares af.e aety we. hand eve cari.
[N lDeRY Capes ROD 02utchaind Mhsiwr adtt n the 0oisofi en Poto EanTE1
ie l codnl.Aogtebran in this department ta vrbfr.W will b fond :lyWrtda 5 nAl
ato 6 -Ceo ins roeahd,quwe-cu wor 6oe.-Onecaste, 44beah6egodvle0t8
We elevewehav jstl erne te rpuatin fWe he aCcompetei th e neweths ityn
inAths! CiAndPeaES ulCpeAEsusanitt easo.-w atciryevt eceat u
lineat 2.50and$3.0.Tese ere out ata sac tie ale fr spo cahI n ihu on n
~ inic to E S opeios feelc jsine tiin. er tatey cannot be s lcaefolsstnffy
perrcent inwexcess of our price
orn' Dongo0 and $1.50 (eery ai wlobaratd cloe spcion . CulieUUI-$oo, ac
L. E. eynlds& C., f Boc Wen Mar ~le swing st oy efecs at 5,$7.0 nd S0
In Ol ine of Gpeeries, ando Mattingssw"m an oiwr
linein tiseparmen wilfdan er efore.t aewisoin you; ma o land Wtabed at5saAl
WoolCheiotin ound sqare-ut r doblebreated a $.50
HA SIIHATS S
It Pays to Tell the Truth!
That's why we are so careful not to
exaggerate ii our advertisements. The
quickest way to sell a good article is to
tell the truth about it.
Is offering some of the biggest bargains in
Dress 3oods cloaks, Jackets,
O.A P ES,
And Children and Misses' Jackets
ever offered in Stirater. In fact our entire
stock was bought when goods were a great
deal cheaper than they are now. Our in
tentiois are to do the square thing, and
satisfaction is guaranteed.
SULMTER, S. o.
Percival Manufacturing Co
178 to 486 ET~N ST. CHRLSON, S~.
* i:OPRIETORSu OF
Wiht announze tha thy w thonoe h
(loors for business, a:vi:in carr ' a' ock a u in o
and a General L-ine of
HBave Now o:; the V~a :... .:.. .:.. . :.
Aong them~ arec some Fancy Driving H'e ': au~ m. pairs
Conme aixd s cthm. . . . . . . .
SuArl 0 Naa , 18953
Predant 'See::e Treasurer.
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