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TIULISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 9, 1896.
SPECIAL TO THE LADIES.
Ladies, we wish to call attention
to the fact that we have now in stock
one of the largest stocks of fine milli
nery ever shown in this town and we
are also pleased to announce that we
have secured the services of Miss
Laura Beckum, of Sumter, to take
charre of our millinery department.
Miss eckum is a lhdy of fine taste
and has bihd many years of experi
ence in the millinery business. She
knows how to trim a hat up in style.
Ladies, we wish to call your special
attention to the fact that we have
gone to considerable expense and la
bor in fitting up our ladies' private
sitting room with furniture such as
chairs, lounge, washstand, basin and
glass, and all other conveniences that
will make a lady feel at home. This
room was built specially for our
country lady friends who come from 1
long distances and desire to wash I
their face and hands and comb and ,
brush their hair before going oat to I
shop. You will always find a lady
inthis room to welcome you as it is <
just to the rear of our millinery de
partment. Ladies, we have built
this room for your comfort and bene
fit and you are perfectly welcome to
the use of it whether you trade one
cent with us or not.
Yours for the cash,
W. E. JENKILsoN.
Yesterday was the Jewish New
Orange blossoms will bloom in
Manning next month.
Died yesterday, an infant of Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Johnson.
The town council is having our
streets put in good condition. t
The election passed off without
any disturbances here yesterday.
Major Abe Levi, wife and mother t
returned home from their northern i
Bring your cotton to Manning, the f
buyers here are pasying up to-date
.Cotton is bringing Charleston
prices here as a result of active com
Rev. W. B. Duncan and family are
isiting the family of Mrs. Louisa
LOST-A 41 calibre Colts pistol. t
The finder will be rewarded-by bring- t
ing it to this office.
Everything in these parts is happy
over the good prospects for fine prices
for cotton this season.
The water from Mr. W. S. Harvin's
artesian well has been analyzed and
We are informed that the work of
getting out material for the knitting
mill is steadily going on.
Merchants, it is to your interest to
advertise in this paper. Advertising I
is a paying investment.
Capt. Thomis Wilson, President of
the Wilson & Summerton Railroad, I
was in town last Mondey.
Last Sunday was the thirty-seventh I
anniversary of the dedication of the
Presbyterian church at this place.
Sewing machine needles, all kinds, at
I, B. Loryea's.
Remember that the Jewish mer- 1
hants will not transact any business
on to-morrow week; it is their fast
A free exhibition at Brockinton's U~p-To
Date Drug Store.
Tobacco from all sections of the
ounty is coming in to our ware
ouse and. the leaf is bringing fair
How about that lpair of spectacles yo'u aree
needing so bad ? Now is your time to get
them at Brockiaton's.
The- cotton tie trust is being
hoked by farmers who refused to be
imposed upon and are using wire
Fine box paper and envelopes, all prices,
t R. B. Loryea's.
'ihe Collegiate Institute opened up
last Monday with a good attendance.s
Miss Withers, of Camden, will assist
Go to Broedinton's drug store for soda
water, milk shakes and cocoa-cola. Pure I
ruit syrups always on hand-.
Read Jenkinson's advertisement.
Renever allows-his business to lag,(
bence his great popularity and suc
ess as a merchant.
"Red Rooster" smoking and chewing to
bacco,5c a twist, at Brockinton's.
We have not worried our subscrib-e
ers at all and wehope they will call
around, pay what they owe, and re-a
new their subscriptions.t
Look at Brockinton's advertisement in
thi'issue and go to see him at once.
The merry voices of the school f
children on their way to school last
bpndy was a pleasing sound andr
the bright, young faces was a beauti
Syrup of Rock-Candy, Horeboand, and
Tallow is unsurpassed for coughs, colas,
nd horseness, only 35c a bottle at R. B.
Ioryea's drug store.
Mianning now numbers Mr. J. Har
ry Lesesne as one of her merchants.
Mr. Lesesne is a popular young man
and we wish him much success in
i new undertaking.
For writing paper, pens and ink, at the
lwet prices, go to Brockinton's.
There are two regular cotton buy
ers in Manning and they are causing
lots of cotton to be brought here.
aast Saturday in the neighborhood
of two hundred bales came to this
Milk shakes, soda water and ice
cream at J. C. Boyd's
The number of country shops go
ing up in 'the county remind us very
L.uch of days gone by, when every
fellow who could mauster up a box of
herrings and some soda crackers had
his little seed cotton trap.
If you want a nice cool drink these
hot days, call on J. C. Boyd.4
The people were so much engrossed
in matters political that few vet-1
erans came to town last Monday to
attend the meeting. Major. C. S.
Land was on hand and he is very
much devoted to the cause.
Try our sewing machine oil, warranted
not to stain or gum, 5 and 10c bottles, at
R. B. Loryea's.
If you want to see real, genuine
hustling take a walk down to Brad
ham's ginnery; there with improved
machinery he is ginning a tremend
ious lot of the fleecy staple and
everybody seems delighted with the
The defeated candidates can have
the consolation of knowing that they4
did their best and it is said that an
gels can do no more. We hope thie
defeated ones will not become dis
gruntled and that they will take
thei defeat with smiling faces.
F. Barron Grier, scl. of 'W I.
stree bar, was in town 1 -
This is the last week
tration of vo
registered shuld do s() ato z
books close :-;t ur:t
.Aast, 'loxdav p4ooi v
and the wa th.
with polities i .
strange part of it is,. 4
doing this political _rimdm a.,_ i, e
who care nothing- for polities.
We have bad lots o n h
the anxiety in Lte fa :f axior
candidates, but nov.ine h h
is over, we will extend1 to themm
congratulIations for the j od w
they did rece-ive It may Ib,,
next time they will ,o Ltter at:d :
the plum of their ambmon.
The Jewish mc
place will have their''itees o i'
aess closed Thursd ay of ne- week.
rheir stores will close Wednes'ia
lvening at 6 o'clock and r*ein
losed until Thursday evenini at c.
rhis is their day of fast and it is
trictly observed by all who clamu to
One of the busy places In this tcown
s the store of W. E. Jenkinso
as a tremendous stoek of ,oo7 (Id
rom the large quantity (oi. iuiII
:o arrive he intends to 'nake Til har4
ium. In the front part of Jenkin'u
;tore is a magnificient show fas. tlhe
landiwork of our fellow-townsuma
dr. Robert M. Dean, and is tr :!y a
redit to his mechanical skill. in
)ur judgment it is one of the hand
omest in the place.
There are people in this vwn who
an stand on the street all day a
liscuss the financial problem. nd
Ltually wax wvarm on theo subjct:
vhen they get into a corner they
eadily admit their ighnorance of tb
ubject, but ievertheless they cn
inue arguing the quecstion. Mant
ing can boast of more men who
on't know what they are talkin
bout, according to their own n(
nissions, than any town of i siz
n the State.
in a recert letter to the afl turee
Ir. W. F. Benjamnin, edito of ,be:
or, Rnshford, N. Y., ays:
easnie to vou to know thi -
n which Chamberlsn's meclc:i:L :1 .1:
>y the people of vor ow- Stu, r
hey must be best known. .
nine, who resilef- at Demer.'' ,a
.bout to visit me i texre i''
ore leaving ho:-: wrote it, -.
rere sold here, stating if thev wre not She
rould bring a anantity wita her, a. 4e
Lid not like to' be without them."
aedicines referred to are Ce nb::an
Wongh Romed.y, fimous for Its Cres "I
lds and cronp: Chamberlain' hin Dalm
or rheumatism, lae back,
ide and chest; and Chamberlin' o
1olera and Jiarrhoea la-medy for
omplaints. These medicines haJiv4
a constant use in loI.t for :tlaIcst t 1ir
er of a century. 'E people iave terni
bat they are articles of great north and
uert. and rnequaied by any c:lar.
te for sale here by R. . LorYea, Th"
dANNING'S FUTURE IS BRIGH T.
Now that the political wairf are is
ver the people should be ready to
levote their attention to tatters
uore directly a'ecting their interess.
'e should all put our shoulders to
be wheel to build up our county seat
tnd the county generally. 11anting
tas started out this year on the right~
ie by making ireself one of thel
eSt cotton markets in the State and1
ier merchants are doing all in their
>ower to sell goods at suchl prices
s wvill induce the peoplec of the
'ounty to patronize home instead1 of
~oing elsewhese. A spirit of 'tbrift
s seen at every hand and if our pe
le will stand by and encourage their
iome merchants andt industries it
nil in the end prove of great advand
ge to them.
BUCKLEN'S ARMCA SALE.
The best saive in the worldfr1 ns
ruises, sores, ulcers. salt rhenci. fcver
ores tetter, chapped h:eds, .:lai,
orns and all skin eruptions, anud postiel
ures piles or no pay required.Il swr
nteed to give perfect satisfaction, no. y
efunded. Price 25c. per box o sl
R. 1). Lor' a.
THE IDEAL PANACE t
James L. Francis, Aldernian, C(- ; ,
ays: "I regard Dr. King's New Disc'overy
s an Ideal Penacea for Coughs, Coids and
lung Complaints, having used it in myv
mily for the last ten years, to the exelu
ion of physician's prescriptions or other
Rev. John Burgu~s, Keoliuk, Iowa, writes:
' have been a Minister of the 3IethodiAt
piscopal Church for 50 years or more, and
ave never found anything so benefleal, or
bat gave me such speedy reli~e s :
ing's New Discovery." Try tLis Idel~
lough Remedy now. TIrial u botls re.
L B. Loryea's drug store.
A VALUABLE iPE'lPTION.
Editor 3Iomsnon of Worthin::.In.
Sun," writes: "You have a vl~%7
rptionI in E:rctric intters an ,
heerfully recoum: it for con4i.p4t
n sich head:ac, and' asa ev ~:
onic it has no eqral." Sis .nni . :i .
02.5 Cottage GrTove Ave. al:-* w
in down, conid not eatnor0e
ad a backache whi en onri:'r:i
e!t tired and wery But h i' b
~lectric Bitters restoredhe 'a~a
enewed her stre t.Pis l
1.0. Get a bottl a 1it .Lr e
We clip the following fromu
he Cleveland (N. C.) Sitar with
eference to Rev. WA. B3. Duneau, who
s well known to the people of tis
Rev. WV. B. Duncau, one of the two
amos Duncan boys of South Caro
ia, preached a magnifieent sermon
',unday morning in the Shelby
~Iethodist church. He is a deep
hinker and close observer and jmos
esses |a1l the fire and enthusia-m
:haracteristic of the Southern orat4r.
e discussed his theme in a mnastrly
nanner, presenting in spiri::g and
ubine thoughts, couched in elegant
liction. The large audience was
taptivated by his ear'nestnessztnd.
tnd eloquence. HeI is one of the
inest pu~lpit orators of the Palmietto
state. He is at Cleveland Springs
aking a few days' rest.
Notice to Tow ia Payers,
All persons owning or having i'
:harge any real or personal pr'operty
n the town of Manning are herecb
'equired to make returns thereof -
he clerk of council on or before i:e
st of October, 1%u. Blanks will Ie
urnished at tihe elerk's ollec.
Clerk and Treasurer'.
Manning, S. C.. Sept. 9th 1ie.
Ata meeting of the to4wn co::nel
3eld September 7 th. N-e w was de
:ided to levvc a tax of t'.:eu::em
mn the hundred do(llars (on1ail rel-n aa
'ersonal property witin1 then cr
orate imits5 of the t'on (a Manoiu
ud a comimutat i4on tax of tW wo dolh4.
>n all male personsi not exemplt by
:a, who are residlents of tibe town.
I'he books wvill l-' olpen on tB"- lEjb.
la of October andit close -'o -mber.t
quick , e
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last Mae ts 8 - -
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rested :>y rt::....
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"'They repair to' thet :i
as madits ~etin..a hol v' '
my garden vadMs=c
last eight yer.rh '"r'
m1 flew smt till the holet..
filled ui. So e 8. h
becomes crowd the c n-. t
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i0O 1 b iiS2 C1) iei ~t')ae .n appeal i
(Al 4k'i iL ol wir ..nx nL von tive
in Return For Your Money.
Pleiow we tinote you a few prices, and a call will con
W Sl (o s as AIvetiSe(d
10 doz. Suspenders, worth 25c, our price lc.
10 doz. sample Uldervests, 50c. 75c. and $1.50; just
1e-half of their real value.
250 samiple Iats and Caps sold at less than 50c on the
All-Wool Suits at 5.00.
A handsome Cutaway Suit for 8.50.
Boy Suits from 35c up.
in fact every thing in our store is a genuine bargain.
WNTIOT &DE LA
L SUM6 LO~iE lED M~I.~ A., SUMTRC.
P~ A S I S .
To Ou Ckunat lwFiuens:
Hiarness., Saddles, Rub)ber and Belting, Leather, e.tc.
Gr-eat bargains in Guns, Pistols, etc.
Headquarteor for Powder, Shot and Shells (loaded and empty.)
Engine Sapl)ies, Beltiug. etc.
~EAl1iARTERS FOR 00KING AND HEATiN 0 STOVES (WARRANTED),
Your attention is eit o the) followxing
Our Htardin C'o., Pu;re A pple Vinegar i
nyerb fr pick:n.. or taible u.se; try it, ~ ~ ~ .
(:our pue uatoraL'Ited spie. .. all kinds
o ick *s;'.;v.: ti m ril, onr price are *.
'FLAOING EXTRACTS. ~
or in d b .a ly a l d~i~v. ofliaor
ryL. -.. a . .n w i. et o l other.~ A._
A:s 1 or up seed, tested ~_
BUT DOT FORGET.
. .LORYEA, .uTSO~OAUY.
s u o thnethe dul beninor, aav
Chain GanPO- Estabslish~ed. ...--'.uiuivrasat
_ n.\ nNSY. Co S.&CTOY
.arve tle scomi::)\
ios~rs forwCil ben-in Sc-i:mie
A .lcrs. ltDcos
iil...c2<5.- ? ~RRANTED.MAX PR)COcts
G -LATAILS. N0.",113
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Inpxi au~s ~t dypc-)Sa infS a;ue:s inr thedachbsie. hv
Ripar asm T:-:::e ipl.:.-:tetfuchuniverslsa.is
232 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON S. C.
State Agents for the Sale of
Wholesale dealers in
Stoves, Tinwares, House Furnishing Goods,
Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Tinners' Supplies,
Galvanized Gutter and Rainwate
Pipe in ten feet lengths. We
Manufacture TOBACCO BARN
FLUES and Deliver Them
Freight Prepaid to Any Sta
Send for our Circular TDd sizes Of all the
showing plans of T U UUUUU B Flues t styles..........
Percival Manufacturing Co.
- ~ ~ ~ ~ SASM fO~~LN
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
478 to 486 MEETING ST., CHARLESTON. S. C
Sign of the Big Watch,
SUMT3E. :19: L
---A BIG LINE OF -
Birthday, Wedding and Christmas Preses 4
--- WATCHES, DIAMONDS -
Fine Sterling Silver Clocks, Optical Goods
Fine Knives, Scissors and Raz ors, Machine N e
All repairing guaranteed.
TH0.MAS WILSON, R. E. JAQUES, JOHN WILSON,
President. Manager. Secretary and Treasurer.
The Carolila Grocery Comp
SUCCESSORS OF BOYD BROTHERS,
Wholesale Grocers aid Commission M ehat,
No. 195 EAST BAY,
TO CONSUMERS OF LAGER BEER:
The Palmetto Brewing Company of Charleston, S. C., have made arrangeme~
with the South Carolina State authorities, by which they are enabled to fill orders frosi
consumers for shipments of beer in any quantity at the following prices :
Pints (patent stopper).............................70c per dozen -
Four dozen pints in crate..........................$2.80 per erate
Exports, pints, ten dozen in barrel..........................$9.00
It will be necessary for consumers or parties ordering to state that theibeer is for~
private conmption. We offer special rates for these shipments. This beer is
anteed pure, made of the choicest hops and malt, and is recommended by the mad
fraternity. Send to us for a trial order.
l'he Palmetto Brewing Company, Charleston, 5. C
T HOS. S. ROGCAN,
Chilla, Glassware, Lamips, Lallp G o
Woodenware, Brooms, and Tinware.
Oil and Gasoline Stoves, Fly Fans, Fly Tx [e,~
Cream Churns, Fruit Jars and Jelly G asses.
AGENT FOR THE HOME PRIDE COOKING STOVES AND RAN6ESSM
Big Bargains Always on the 5c. and 10c.
Opera House, Opposite Court House, Sumnter, S. C.
Teonly Factory of the kind in the County. Man
TH BEST 10 CENT SOCKS
-ON TH MRKET.
Everybody solicitated to test the above statement. Con-'
sidering this faict, we confidentially hope for your trade.
All tihe stores in 3Manning now have or will hiave them>
Alcolu Knitting Mills,
Alcolu, S. C.
Snbscibe to The Maning Times, $1.50 per Year.