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MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY. JULY 22, 1896.
Will Sell No Matter How Hard the
We have now in stock a full line of gents'
and ladies' fine shoes in all the newest
style toes, and if you want a shoe guaran
teed to you, give us a call. We are closing
ont the remainder of our stock of Oxford
ties at very close figures. We offer this
week for 50c one of the best unlaundered
gents' shirts *we have ever offered for this
money. We still have on hand a large lot
of indigo blue calicos at 5c per yard. Col
ors warrated to stand. We are now clos
ing out our entire stock of figured lawns
and organdies at cost to make room for our
immensge fall stock. We offer you this
week the beat gents'balf hose ever of-.
fered in-this town, at 10e per pair, or 3 pair
for 25C. Misses fast black ribbed hose, at
10c each, 3 pairs for 25c. Ladies' fast black
seamless hose, at 10c per pair; this sto.king
is worth 15c per pair on any market.
Beautiful line of dress ginghams at Sc per
yark. The prettiest lot of yard-wide home
spun you ever saw. only 5c per yard. The
- heaviest R. . homespun, only 5c per yard.
A large Line cottonades, very cheap, 8j. 10,
124, and 15c per yard:- the best whi
wine vinegar for pikling. purposes, onl5
30e per gallon. 'Very good coffeb 20c per
1b. 6 lbs for one dollar.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Doctor R. B. Loryea left yesterday
'for Chester to attend the State Phar
Milk shakes, soda watir and ice
creamat J.0. Boyd's
r.Godwin McCoy and wife, *f
lorid vIidti3 eir mthe4
'want a nice cool drink
on , C. Boyd.
ther column we publish the
iof pensioners, who a a go to -the
-..clerk of court and get their money.
sEBSballsand-bats all prices at R. B.
Wewill soon be able to chronicle
the doing of the tea club. They
were to ave a meeting last Monday
svening, but our member-friend
-6 dI ,not be- present to give us the
Red naee' smoking and chewing to
lainco~e a twistat Bon'toni's.
Iieds2Charleston, last Saturday,
Mraiaue pp3- aged about thirty
jvears, Mr. at one time crked
W. .Bro nton in this
place, and afterwards went to King
stree where he vas taken sick with
yp fever. Hewent to the city
- medicial treatment and there
Go to Broodinton's drug store for soda
w.*ater, inilk shakes and coooa-cola. Pure
s frmt syrups always on band.
One of the -est match games of
base ball playid this season in Man
Bing was betweena team romMayes
il and this place. Great interest
naifsdin the game and a
'present. Bak sides evidently did
Ahezr bes-.tshow- off -their science
and the game resulted Ii a victory
or Mannngin ascore of 21 to 15.
;' For wrising pandrinks atdthe
~ owest prnces go to okton'a.
___Occasiopally we see a man in town
~ with a bakeh of tobaeco-' 'ea've to
tohsfriends, and it has in
W~~eus.to make an offer of one
>~Rsubscription fa the Times tc
hemad who brings the best tobaccc
the ami warel-ouse. The
a egusdare to be the
, 3dgs.nd -whovethey say has
bru1tthe' ess tobacco 'to.te
wewl give to that person the Man
ningimeseone year as a present.
Ft SATM or to rent a commodiotu
residence in the town of Manning wel
situated. Apply to Red S. A. Nettles
Nfewerry, S. 0.
Et will beremembered~ that it wa
az Clarendon a snow srmwas dis
eovded in the month o June, anm
ait comes from this county, an<
in tcthis town, for a rainbow- t4
have'been discovered Ilast 8aturda:
night The discoverers get red in th<
face if ivhat they say about the rain
bow last Saturday night is qe
-tioned,. and thyare not withon
friends either. -.8o we advise ou
-friends not to go about Rigb's coz
.ner disputing that such a tigas
-rainbow was seen in this town ai
- .-gh Mitch Wells says he saw-'
-and he piroves it by his fellow clerki
Well, -'it might be so, I don't know
but it sounds to me like" an optica
* For that torpid liver try "Thedford
Black Draught" at Brockinton's.
*The York County Executive 'Con
mnittee, at their'meeting assessed th
candidates for State and Nations
offices, and we think they did righi
A primary election is an expensiv
-zarazigement, that is, if the men wh
are to conduct 'the primaries are t
etpay as they deserve. We thin
Iunreasonable to expect a man t
serve as manager or clerk, give hi
time. labor and perhaps the time an
labor of'his horse, without compel
eation. . The' laborer is worthy of h
hire, and if men will run for offic
-theyshould bezmade to ate expel
ses of the election wihgives the.
~fieand when our county exec1
tiv~committee meets 'we hope thea
*wi&be afu~tittendance aid the mas
ter ofsesig candidates be give
full 'cnsideration. In our oonni
commi ~ee~n are quite a numbi
of candid ~ fd county offices, ax
it is na 'that the will want 1
have as'littl epesas possible;
.is therefore iiyneeary for a in
attendanice at'the committee meetis
so that e.ymngoing before t]
people ne or support will 1
assessed in rdnewith the i
come of the -which he ses
Wood's turn~ seed, tested n~
' all kinds'. R. B.'Loryea, itie du4
Dyeing made easy by.'tsing Diap
Dye. All colors, at R. B. Loryea's.
The Trinity Democratic Club will mi
on Saturday, July 25th, 1896, at 10o'clo
.a. in., for the purpose of electing mnaahg4
to conduct the primary election.
A. J. TINDAL,
0. L. TE cur., , President.
The Jordan Democratic Club will mn
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. on J1
25th. C. Mi. DAVIS,
P. WV. WEBBER, President
COMMITT EE NOTICE.
The County Democratic Executi
Committee will meet in the coi
house, Monday, August 3rd, 1896,
confirm the managers selected by i
.clubs and to make arrangements
the primary election and such ot]
business as may come before it.
D. J. BRADHM,
Manning, A C., July 22nd 1896.
-. - ~ .. ~ s. C.1
"Let your light so shine before
men." Matt- 5, iG, The cry of this
age is for "light." "more light," along
all lines of Christian work. Christ
Jesus wanted His disciples to throw
on the light as their weary feet
traversed the Jewish and Gentile na
A friend who is unaccustomed to
newspaper writing has the following
to say along this line:
"Here the writer takes it for granted
that light will shine, no matter where
it is, or in whose possession it is
found; unle.s hindered by some
agency apart froma itself. If you have
light it is a gift, therefore let it shine
for the good of others."
All the minor lights of the universe
receive their light from the sun, so
all the minor lights of the spiritual
world receive their light from the
Son of Righteousness. We can all
be splendid reflectors.
Christ gave this command to His
disciples and told them how to shine,
and gave them two reasons why they
should do so. 1. Shine that others
may see. Be a constant witness be
fore the world that you belong to
Christ. 2. Shine so that your good
works may be seen by others.
If you keep constantly in mind
that you are under the eye of God,
and if it is your desire and constant
aim to please the giver of all good,
your works cannot be otherwise than
good. Do not let your aim be that
your good works may receive the
praisesof your fellow-men, but that
ypur Father in heaven may be glori
When we see a moral man or wo
man with good sound principles, our
thoughts are carried at once back to
their parents. If our thoughts find
no resting place with them, we know
influences have come from other
son"-ces to make them what they are.
Wuen we see a noble and true
hearted Christian, a man with back
bone enough to do right against all
opposition, our thoughts wander
hither and thither until they rest
upon that Father who would have all
men like His only begotten Son.
If I want my light to shine as - God
would have it shine, I must stand in
such position to Christ that my whole
aharacter shall receive direct rays
As there are many ways to look at
truth, so there are many standpoints
from which to view those who com
pose the church of God. Looking in
one direction I see standing at the
front door a'n afflicted father with
several small children. They are in
rited into the room where fire and
table comforts are had in plenty.
With a note that will procure com
forts for the night at the hotel and a
"good night" the man of the house
and the group separate. "As we
have therefore opportunity let us do
good unto all men."
In another direction I see a man
with an engagement here, another
there, making first a promise to an
aliderly perstn, anotheir to a child,
each hour of the day full to the brim,
and at the close not one promise
broken, not one engagement but
what has been kept almost - to the
miin.ute. "Well done, thou good and
Another change of position and
not one ray of light do I see, but the
property of him who has the length
of life rented for the purpose of giv
ing shelter to satan's most powerful
weapon in the destruction of imumor
tal souls. I see nothing but darkness
and all things that seek not the light
for their accomplishment. The prop
erty of a Christian occupied for, a dis
pensary! Pause a momen't. Should
your sons become drunkards, would
you not be partly to blame for the
same ? Has any one such penetrat
ing eyes that will penetrate tbis thick
darkness and "glorify your Father
who is in heaven ?"
On the stree I hear one say, "If I
?ve half I possess to carry on a good
ork I do not feel as though any
oney will be wasted.
An aged man once said, "That
Mch I gave I have kept, that which
Iapt for self I lost." The liberal
sC shall be made fat, and he that
wireth shall be watered also him
.Imny light shining clear and beau
ttifugen looked at from the stand
pollof faithfulness to duty, when I
.say - my actions that the pleasures
e of tLworld. or even the busin.ess of
.1 this 'e, has more power over me
e than e place where prayer is want
to beade? when I hold a posi
e tion ornor and my example is such
~t that iilowed would be a disgrace
to the )dy who honored me with
that pyion ?
Chrians a strange nmixture of in
consisteies ! And why ? One great
'3, law of t-newv testament is not had
yin mind all times, 1 Cor. 10:13, and
r-~ when abccupation or a pleasure
Y I cannot bione to the glory of God it
~'jis not t severely alone as it
Supposill who are younger than
7, myself shdi follow my example or
i- be influene by my actions in such a
r way as to Calmost the same as I
would do iler like circumstances,
a would the vid be better or would
a it be in ver~much the same condi
3. tions we no'ed it ? If we receive
"an affirmativ-> the last part of this
is question, we iy be sure that some
of thing is wron
2e God grant t we may make' "Thy
word a lamp to our feet and a light
e. unto our path7," that we may see
wherein we ar~rong' and turn there
e All else is lif't flung away;
d- Helvt long-who can tell
ao Of true thinlkuly done each day.
an Then fill each r' with wha~t w"ill
d. Buy up the m1ents as they go:
ILe- The life above, -m this is past.
p. Is the ripe fruf life below."
The members oif.H. 26th S. C.
a Vol., are requestedrneet at Beulah
ce Cross Roads on Saiay, July 25th
of 189G, and our frietre also invited
for to join us with welled baskets.
Miss Lilla ltclmrdson of the State of
Washington. is on a visit to her uncle, Mr.
F. 0. Richardsoa.
Turnip seed at R. B. Loryea's.
Senator Ragin spent last Wednesday
night in Manning and the next day he
went to his home in Sumxmerton.
Because a man's name is on a elub roll
does not force him to vote but it puts him
in a position to vote if be wants to, see!
How about that pair of spectacles you are
needing so bad? Now is your time to get
them at Brockinton's.
Insist.on having but what von call !or
when you go to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla,
the one true blood purifier and nerve tonic.
"Pick Leaf" smoking tobacco, 10e a
package, at Brockinton's.
Mr. C. L. Emanuel, foreman of the grand
jury, request us to announce that the
special committee will meA at the court
house on Monday, the 27th instant, to ex
amine the offices.
The candidate columns continue to grow,
and still we say that the more running the
more will the people have to select from
and the more dollars does it put into the
Times' expense-paying fund.
Base ball goods at It. B. Leryea's.
Remember that all the Democratic clubs
are to meet next Saturday. A white man
whose name is not on a club now organized
under the party rules should certainly
have his name enrolled without delay.
The Cross Roads Democratic Club will
meet at their usual place of nyeeting on
Saturday, the 25th inst., at 4 o'clock p. ma.
A full attendhnce is earnestly requested, as
business of importance will come before
the club. A. J. Rixnnocrn,
R. R. Bzrres, 1resident
'The Sammerton Democratic Club will
meet at the Summerton school house, July
25th (Aturday), at 4 o'clock p. i. Mem
bers of elubs that have failed to reorganize
are cordially invited to join us.
J. H. MCCOLIXm.
No. UINGLz, President.
WACH THE PREDICTION!
The pedole of Clarendon will vote in the
primary for men who are announced in the
county piper. Candidates may growl
about this as much as they please, but
when the pimary is over they will learn
that our prdiction was true.
$1)0 REWARD, $100.
The reades of tnis paper will be pleased
to learn that here is at least one- dreaded
disease that aience has been able to cure
in all its sta and that is Catarrh: Hall's
Catarrh Cur ;.the only positive icure.now
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a contititional disease, requires a
constitutiona\ teatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is takerA ternally, acting directly
upon the bloaid mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby. dstroying the foundation
of the disease, id giving the patient
strength by buildiig up the constitution
and assisting natus in doing its work.
The proprietors ha* so much faith in its
curative powers, thaihey offer One Hun
dred Dollars for anynmse that it fails to
eure. Send for list ofetimonials.
Address, P. . CHENX & CO.. Toledo, 0.
pSold by druggts. 75.
. Summerton, July 21-r. and Mrs. Mi
ebAel Powell, of Newnanieorgia, are vis
iting at the home of Maj. ,R. Briggs.
Miss Caro Belser returne from a visit to
WRchmond Va., last week.
Miss Irene Brailsford, of ichimond. Va.,
is visiting the family of MiB. H. Belser.
Rev. Joseph Orockard, of te Presbyte
rian church, left for his new idd of 'labor
iNordrearohna last week.\
Mr. John C. Bailey, of Green-Ile, S. C.,
preached in the Presbyterian erch here
on Sunday. Mr. Bailey is quitea young1
man and made a fine impression.
Mr. J. D). Ellen and family wil.eave for
Dillon, Miarion Ceunty, to visit tiir rela
tives this morning.
Mr. F. A. Tradewell, of Sumter, a visit
inug friends and relatives in tes comn
Miss Irene Shuford, cashier for tessrs.
Sligh & Rucker in their Darlingtorstore,
Iis at home in the suburbs for a few -eeks.
Mrs. T. E. Sligh, of Darlington, is viting
Rev. Mr. Watson, of the Met~dist
church, is conducting a protracted mting
at St. Paul church. He is assisted his
Iweek by Rev. Mr. Snyder, of Jordan.
l. Rev. R. A. Sublett has just returned im
> Orangeburg city, where he has been he.
r ing ameeting.
3 Rev, Mr. Connors, of the Baptist chart,
will commence a meeting at his chur
- here on next Sunday. lHe is now in ii
t midst of one at his Calvary churphi.
r The stree& committee has gotten to twori
on our streets and considerable improve
~ments can be noted.
SAnd still the list of candidates grows, ye3
tnone have announced themselves for core>
ner. What's the matter with the office
Somebody ought to run for treasurer, toe
jjust to make Mr. Bowman make a fe w
speeebes, and let the people see him onea
more, but no one can beat him for the e f
a flee as he is a first-class treasurer.
There is a man over in the "Fork"
would like to vote for, and that's Bil
SDaniels. I have never heard-anybody cal
e him Mr. Daniels, always plain Bill, No
Sbody comes from over that side but at somi
a time or other refers to Bill Daniels. Wha
e he does not have, or nobody else over tha
0 side is bound to be around Bill Daniels
0 We want men who succeed at home to legis
k late for us and run our county affairs; non,
0 other ought to apply. I nominate Bil
i Daniels for the Legislature, though I hav
d only "hearn tell" of him.'.
t- Crops around this section now are lool
is ing very pretty. Trhe continued rains hav
:e hindered the laying by of cotton soma, bu
i otherwise farms are in good shape.*
' BUCKLEN'S ARhiICA SALVE.
SThe best saive in the world for cuti
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feyt
sores, ttter, chapped hands, chilblaini
Scorns and all skin emaptions, and positivel
cures piles or no pay required. It is gua:
d anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or mone
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale la
t R. B. Loryea.
e ''TWO LIVES SAVED.
>e Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction Cit;
n- Ill-, was told by her doctors she had co.
sumiption and that there was no, hope f
her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Di
e, covery rompletely cured her and says
saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 12
Florida St., Sanfrancisco, suffered from
Sdreadful cold, approaching consumptioc
ted without result everything else the
ght one bottle of Dr. King's New Di
- iogery and in two weeks was cured. He
hethafal. It is such results,
et wfi hse are samples, that prove tl
ek woond effcacy of this medicine
rs coughs aid colds. Free trial bottles at]
B. Loryea's drugstore. Regular size 50
Old people who require medicine to re
ulate the bowels and kidneys will find t
set true remedy in Electric Bitters. This me
ly icine does not stimulate and contains
whiskey nor other intoxicant, but acts
,a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly
the stomach and bowels, adding streng
and giving tone to the organs,.thereby ai
ing nature in the performance of the fur
tions. Electric Bitters is an excellent .a
petizer and aids digestion. Old peol
xfind it just exactly what they need, Fil
irt cents per bottle at R. B. Loryea's drugsto:
~;Why suffer with coughs, colds and
grippe when Laxative Bromno Quinine
ier cure you in one day. Does not prodi
the ringing in the head like Sulphate
Quinine. Put up in tablets convenient
taking. Guaranteed to cure, or noney
funded. Price, 25 cents. For sale by
B. Loryca the Druggist.
- -. WW M
Is needed by peer, tired mothers, debilitated
and run down because of poor, thin blood. Help
Is needel oy the nervous sufferer, the men and
women tortured with rheumatism. neuralgia,
dyspepsia. scrofull, catarrh. Help comes
quickly when Hood's Sarsaparilla begins to en
rich, purify and vitalize the blood and send it
in a healing, nourishing. invigorating stream to
all the nerves, muscles and organs of the body.
Is the oe True Blood Purifcr. All druzgists. SL
Preparea .nly by 6. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
curt! Live.r 111s; easy* tO
Hood's Pills taeeasy tooerate. ze.
A CANDIDATE BANTERED.
The candidate : vot lr votes with
out publishing his card, who has
told people that rather than to pay
the Times five? dollars for his an
nouncement. lie will give tie money
to a charitable cause. can now have
Here is at you brother. For every
dollar not heretofore promised that
you will eontrit- 'o any cthurch in
the county or to any be&pless widow
not re-ted to yon in the e-onnty, we
promise to give two dollars. The only
coniditions tit we ilupose, is that
you must make fair and scuare
contribution withouc. aid ! romn others.
and that this shall be iudependent of
any contributionl hereroTore pron
Now Mr. Candidate, you have a
right to squeeze your dollars until
the eagles st uall, but you have no
right to pose ac a -contributor to
charity unless you live up to your
professions. There will be no need
of a committee waiting on us in this
matter; the only thing necessary is,
for the candidate who made the as
sertion to prove his faith by his
works and to remember distinctly
that the editor will pay two dollars
for every one paid by the candidate.
This proposition stands until the
NEW ZION NEWS.
New Zion, July 18:-I expect you
think that I am a poor correspondent
for a paper going into as many homes
as does the Times. I do not claim 'o
be a standing correspondent f? >m
New Zion, but after such a rush last
week filling my barn and trying my
hand on the first barn, I found no
time to write a word, and I thought
dear little Johnnie Brown would
make an attack on some one else last
week around New Zion, but I believe
he satisfied himself on J. E. Green
and quit writing, therefore I will ask
you for a small space in the columns
of the Times this week.
Rev. W. A. Wright began a revival
meeting at New Zion church, Sunday
night, July 12th, with Rev. Mr. Sny
der, assisting. There was a powerful
pouring out of the Holy Ghost.
About twenty-five added to the
Curing tobacco is the order of the
day and night.
I taken a \rip to Manning last
week and I see Gen. Green is giving
some of the old farmers a hard fight
in the Fork- We Salemites have had
some fine weather to win the battle.
Mr. Editor and candidates, we in
vite vou over to tcake a slice of what
is called the unknown watermelon.
Messrs. R. H. and J. L Green, has
a fine chance of them, the melons is
as pretty little thing as you ever saw
and sweet as you ever tasted; they
grow as large as your two lists and
one is all a man can eat.
Miss Eula Player has 1-2 acre 'of
tobacco as good as there is in the
Miss Alice is visiting her sister
Mrs. Kenney. We extend our con
gratulations to her and hope that her
stay will be a long one.
We now have a daily mailf rom
Kingstree to New Zion. I believe the
Times, with proper management, can
reach us on Friday.
Tobacco in this section is as good
as it was last year with a few ex
ceptions. Paddin Swamp is given
up by all dealers to be the leading
bright tobacco region of the country.
T1he young men in this section are
so much interested in tobacco that
they hiave not organized a base ball
team in two years..
Lightning struck Mr. W. F. Rush's
tobacco barn last night and it was
destroyed by fire.
Complete ginning systemns eon
tracted for with Thomas elevator.
lint flue, battery condenser, self
packing, revolving box, steam cylin
der presses. and all improvemen1ts
for an up-to-datte 1896i ginnery. Buy
no other until you get prices on the
- Cane Mills,....
..... ......Grist Mills,..
MrWrite for prices
COLUMBIA, S. 0.
C. O. LESLIE,
wHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CoMMISSION DEALER IN
Fish Packed for Country Orders a Specialty
No charges for packing. Send for .orice
list. Cousignments of country produce are
respectfuivy solicited. Poultry, eggs, etc.
Stails~ Nos. 1 and 2 Fish~ Market.
Oflic. , Now. 18 and 20) Markt st..
east of Bayc. . . . .
CH1ARLESTrON. m'. C.
MANNING, S. C.
OFFICE IN MANNING~ HOTEL.
.Ripans Tabules: pleasant laxative.
UR i I LUVIU
In order to make room for oc i:d :md Winter
Stock, which is now being mad -eially for us
in the Northern markets, we have placed on
our counters the following goods. which............
Must Be Closed Out at Once!
At the Prices Named.
MEN'S SACK SUITS.
TABLE NO. 2.
uts miiarike(I 10.00 for 8.00
Suits marked 1.00 for 9.54)
Suits marked 12.50 for 10.00
TABLE NO. 3.
Suits marked $13.50 for $11.00
1 Suits marked 815.00 for $13.00
A Special Drive in Youths' Suits, 14 to 18 Years!
Your Choice for $6.00!
Some of these Suits are marked $10.00 to
$18.00. These must go. -:- -
All washable Bows, Four-in-Hands, and
Scarfs that sell >r 2.5 cents. at 20 cents.
All Club 'i1.s u:ked 15 cents, at 10
cents. Pat:eriz in these goods are the
very best, boing raic by Rufus W ter-.
house Co., whici is a gurntee isielf.
Straw Hats! Straw Hats!
Larges stock it town to select from.
New Goods: 1896 shapes; Men's and
Boxs'. Hats marked $2.50, now for
$1.75. Hats marked $1.50, now for
$1.00. H ats marked $1.00. now for 75c.
Hats inarked 75c., now for 50c. Hats
marked 50c.. now iOr 40c. Hats marked
25c., now foII :
THE ABOV GOODS MUST BE SCL.; V' E.
Remember, this is a positive et. e.. > goods charged at
these prices. Spot cash secures LLsc nrg.. .s. Call at once, as
these goods at prices named will not '-s lvo:
BROWN, CUTTINO & DLGKR,
Cl6thiers and Furnishers,
Su.nter, S. C.
At Cost!. At Cost!
Now is the time for
*~~ieeHie toelOTICE OF RGSRTO
Our entire stock will be Of Voters !
TO MAKE ROOM FOR TH BOKFRTERGS
FALL GOODS. ja h or os nMnig o
Our stock of Ladies' HATS and
MILLINERY pleased the ladies ~ xcneuiewes
so well that we have been forced ctzn h aebe
to bay more and this time we . ~ peicsf
have* the prettiest .line evr -.:v ad hi o
broughtcoere.house in ang Mon
de Aril6th 186, nd otinud
ofState twosyears an<
broughtugere an Se s toaee
Stylis PLUMErS. ope ANDwek - LACE. o' N
RIBONrt dasun oeh - a
We wan the istt t or T he bk wilbec
goods to appreciate tuem. izens becoming of age durin -
Mrs. Ii. D). Riit is a 'x pert Milli- terval atnd ar' not otherwise dib
ner and spares no exV.:: e to fled, may be registered before
TEP LP i -w i'ASHION Ai > ro1I se'tered on or befer
January 1st 188 will be qunlifie(
and we want to aemre - . that at voter:- for life unless they subse
least . ' quently shliid b- .lisqualified on ac
20 PER CENT. CA' count of other :: oisions of the con
~ii ; :'i*t~S. (f. GRIFFIN,
P rSmM-.rs of Registration,
I have just rr- -e a .9 ~ :-. S. C., April 1, 1896.
line of GENT LY\~ / N's H AT
They are of the io IMh -1 tWe.- - - - -______
and I can save you h1r2-!
RUSSET SHOES fr-m' .9-..n
in abundance. Coand .'-e mII
DRY GOODS. CLOTHINNI and
Groceries ! Groceries ' aln yx
fresh and cheaper than R~ I. B. LORYEA
where. - has just received a
H. D. RIFF.
Notice to Creditors. - B
All persons having claimns aiginst the
estate of Charles R, Boyd. deceased, WIll
present them duly attested, and those ow- UDS
ing said estate will make, payment to Bl
A. D. RHAiME, .-- eao
SilerS. ., uly5th 156.Executor. b~.tvdadw
a ul in ofn tes
A~o~mey ad 6ilsmand aBata.
*Rs . LOEYBALL
Tn Theal Druggis
AiLv . C., July 8th, 1d896.rtar
MANNING, S. C.
THE MANNING POULTRY YARD
Jos1-: '. RHA.FE. W. C D)av
R HAii.~ V DAVIS, I have on hand a carefully selected yar
of the heavy Light Brahma, Buft Cochins
A 7 TOJRXEY.9 A T LA i Part:-idge Cochins, and also the Whit<
Leghorns, which I offer to the trade.
MANNING, S. C. Eggs for setting s1.00 per 13.
_______ -- -- --~Address all communications to
Ripans Tabules cure torpid liver. J. D.M n GH,S.C
r alcrs i
SSlavesT ila1iras, iNseuishin
Tin Plate. 1r411iners' S%"Ui
Galvanized G um i Rah
Manufacture TOBACCO B
FLUES and Deliver '1
Freight Prepaid to Any
Send for our Circular n
showing plans of , accu U E Uar btl.e s
Percival Manufacturing (
Doors, Sash and Blinds
#1 -1 - '
478 to 486 MEETING ST., CHARLESTON,
L. W. FOlSOM
Sign of the Big Watch.
SUmn : :S. o.
- A BIG LINE OF
Birthday, Wedding and Christmas Presents
Fine Sterling Silver Clocksi Optical Goods,
Fine Kcives, Scissors and Razors. Machine Ne Cdle,
All repairing guaranteed.
THOMAS WILSON, R. E. JAQUES, JOHN WILSON.
Presidevt.- - Manager. Secretary and Treasnrer.
The Caroli1a oeiy C0mpally
SUCCESSORS OF BOYD BROTHERS,
Wholesale Grocer ald Co11ssionl Merchants,
No. 195 EAST BAY,
TO CONSUMERS OF LAGER .BEER:
The Palmetty-Brewing Company of Charleston, S. C., have made arrangements
with the South Carolina State authorities, by which they are enabied to fill orders from
consumers for siiiprents of beer in any quantity at the following prices:
ints pyent stopper). ...... .... ............ .......0 per dozen .
Foghth-zen.. ...... in .-at.......... ., ...................$ .25crt
Quarter-keg.. .......... ....... ... .. .... .. .......... ...... $2.25. -
Half-bairel. ...........'............................ ... .....S 5
ExportR, pairts, ten dozen i-: bas.. ..... ...........$9.00
It will be necessary for consumers or parties ordering to state that thseibeer is for
private consumption. We offer special rates for these shipments. This beer is guar..
anteed pure, made of the choicest hops and amat, and is recommended by the medica
fraternity. Send to us for a trial order.
The Palmetto Brewing Company, Charleston, S. C.
T HOS. S. ROCA N,
Cha. Glassware, Lamips, LampJ ,0-od
Woodenware, Brooms, and Tinware.
Oil and Gasoli~ne Stoves, Fly Fans, Fly Traps, Ice
Cream Churns, Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses.
AGENT FOR THE HOME PRIDE COOKIN STOVES AND RANGES.
Bargains Always on the 5c. and 10c.
The only Factory of the kind in the County.
TH BEST10 CENT SOCKS
ON THl DUR
Everybody solicitated to test the aIove st~semer
sidering thiis fiict, we confidenltially hope for your tra<
All the stores ini Manning now have or will hax
Alcolu Knitting Mil
Alcolu, S. C.
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