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FUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TO
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, MAY 5. 1897.
THERE IS NO ROYAL ROAD TO SUCCESS
Tireless Pushing is the Price Y
3,000 yards Dress Ginghams in the lat
styles, only 5c. per yard. This quality
Ginghams has never been offered to
trade before for less than Sc. per yard.
2,000 yards Sea Island Homespun,
yard wide, only 4 1-2c. per yard.
2.000 yards Shirt Waist Calicoes, in
colors, only 4c. per yard.
We are offering great bargains in Ladi
and Gents' Umbrellas. Ladies' 24-it
Fast Black Paracol, only 50c. Gents' t
brellas from 50c. up.
Large line of Gents' Straw Hats vt
Gentlemen, remember we have a nice a
large line of summer Sacks and Vests v4
A large line of Gents' Negligee Shirts
50c., 75c. and $1.00 each.
We are offering great bargains in W:
Goods, Organdies and Lawns. You
get a nice lawn dress at 4 1-2c. per ya
Yard Wide Pereales at 7c. per yard. ]
dies' Gauze Undervests, 4c. each.
We offer Arbuckle's finest Ariosa Roasl
Coffee at 20c. per lb. or 3 lbs. for 50c. Ft
pounds of Roasted Coffee will go as far
5 lbs of green coffee, as coffee loses 20 1
cent. in weight in roasting.
We are offering some of the best b
gains in Plug Tobacco to be found in t
town. Call and get our prices.
Yours for the cash,
W. E. JENKINSON
Mr. A. Loryea is visiting his daughte
We are glad to announce that Mr. A.
Davis is some better.
Work has been started on an artes
well at the Baptist parsonage.
Tanglefoot Fly Paper, large and sm
for sale by R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Mrs. T. S. Wells and child, of Cher
are visiting her sister, Mrs. D. M. B1
Several gentlemen from here atten
the funeral of Rev. H. M. Mood in Su
Several applications have been recei
by the owner of the two new stores noA
the course of erection.
Mr. Frank Ervin, a brother of Mr. E
Ervin, is in Manning on a visit. :
Ervin comes from'South America where
is interested in mining.
As only three more prizes are to
awarded at Brockinton's Drug Store, tb
holding tickets will bring them in and
if they don't get a prize.
Manning is in a thoroughly drained c
dition. The Council has had every di
cleaned and repaired so that the w
flows freely through them.
The Connor Mounted Rifles and
Hampton Light Dragoons, Col. D.
Brailsford, commanding, will be inspec
by the adjutant general, May, 221.
We learn that Mr. J. W. McLeod is s
ously considering the building of two stc
on his lot adjoining the Walker prope:
Build, brother, the town can stand sev<
Died yesterday, at his ho-ne in Ma;
vill, Mr. W. R. Carpenter, aged forty-a
years. His body was brought through 3
ning this morning and interred in the
Grove churchyard this afternoon.
The County Board of Pension Comt
sioners met in the Court House last Sat
day. All of the townships were not rei
seated, but there was a sufficient numa
present to start the work of organizatiotr
International Poultry Food makes h
lay. 35c. a package. R. B. Loryea,
One of the bridges in the Fork at
"June Barn" is in a bad fix, and came v
near being the cause of a serious accid
to Mr. Henry Hicks, of Sardinia. His he
broke in, but fortunately no damage
The Supervisor is complaining about;i
getting many recruits for the chain g
from the county magistrates. Up to d
Judge Dickson has collected more mo
and put on the chain gang more con~
than all the rest of the magistrates put
The young folks were much disappoiT
last Friday. They had for weeks ma
preparations to have a picnic at Brew;
ton, and their hopes for a good time
high until the soaking rain of Friday m
ing came along and made them throw
the spon ge.
Brockinton has awarded two of the pr
which he is giving away free for tic:
purchased from him.
The Manning Guards were inspe<
last Friday evening by General .J. G
Watts. The General was to arrive the ni
before, but on account of a misconnect
he could not get here to make the ins]
tion in the morning as he expected.
boys passed muster all right.
For several days the family of Jack
Tindal, a son of Mr. J. B. Tindal have b
considerably anxious over his mysteri
disappearance fron home, bot yester
their anxiety was relieved by receivin
letter from him. He is with his gra
father at Claremont. in Sumter County.
The County Board of Commission
met last Monday, and they were kept qt
busy listening to an application for a.
road in the Packsville section. This is
the first time the parties interested 1
been before the board and we think
they are on the right line to get what t
International Stock Food is the
remedy for horses, cattle, sheep and h,
25 and 50.c. packages. R. B. Loryea,
We were informed yesterday that 5
Judson Chewning, now living with
parents, in Georgia, has assumed her
ginal name of Davis and that her chilc
are also bearing the name of Davis. I
we are told, she did because she gave
her husband after he made the. confes
after nis conviction in the courts on
charge of rape.
The large well at the depot has b
filled up by the railroad authorities.
Town Council instructed the clerk to
their attention to this well~which was d<
and they acted very promptly in the
ter. There are several old wells about
town which should be illed in, as the;
nothing which will produce fever n
effectually. The council should force
filling up of every unused well in tow:
William Brown, colored, formerly of
town, a son of Rev. G. H. Brown, while
his way to Manning last Thursday
drowned in Santee river. It appears
he was coming here to get work on
brick buildings now in the course of e
tion, and when he reached the river he
covered the boat on the opposite side.
undressed and plunged in to swim for
boat and then go back for his clothes,
he must have taken cramp as he wa
good swimmer. The place where he
drowned was about ten feet deep.
A course of Hoods Sarsaparilla taken
will build up the system and prevent
ious illness later on. Get only Hood's.
Last Monday was salesday and
Sherid' sold 800 acres of land belonging
the Reams estate. One tract of 500) a
was purchased by Louis Appelt and
other tract of 300 acres was bought by 3
L. 0. Reams. He also sold the right,
and interest of J. A. Thames. in the s
situated next to the bank, which
bought by Louis Appelt, and J. A. That
interest in a dwelling .house and lot
bought by Maj. A. Levi. At the conclu
of the Sheriff's sale, Mr. T. E. Richard
administrator of the estate of H. D. 4
den, deceased, sold at public outcry
interest of H. D. Garden in the estate
the la Dr. S. C. C. Richardson.
REV. HENR -. MOO DEIu. "w
- A Zealous Pastor and Eminent Educator
for 31any Years.
The Rev. Henry MceParland Mlood, one
of the patriarchs of the Son tl Carolina to
Methodism, died at the home of his son,
the Rev. J. A. Mood. in Sumter, early Sun
day morning. The Rev. Mr. Mood was
born in Charleston, February 14, 1819. He w
received his early common school training t,
at the Charleston common schools, finish
ing his preparatory education at a "manl. to
labor school" at Cokesbury. In 139 he
matriculated at Emory College, but cir
cumstances compelled a return to ('harles- <.
ton, but the same year he entered the Col
lege of Charleston, graduating on the 22d Ol
eof of'February. 1842. m:
the In his class were the Hon. William Por
cher Miles, Sedgwick Simons, John Han
som, Julius Fleming and William J. Laval. co
One month before Mr. -Mood graduated d.
all from college he was appointed to the South aif
Carolina Conference, and as soon as his an
es' college course was completed he entered
es upon the work of the ministry. Edgefield
m- was his first field of labor, and he made ho
the trip from Charleston to Edgefield on we
M Mr. Mood was married to Miss Laura A. cer
Clark, of Lowndesville, Abbevillo county, ali
ad on January 15, 1846. su
His years of activity in the South Caro- M1
lina Conference, embraced fifty-four years. c
at He was for thirteen years on circuits from the
the mountains to the seacoast. He served
iae on missions for three years, forming the
an Graniteville mission and serving it. Mr.
a Mood was for eight years ou districts. His
health was wonderfnily preserved in these Co
ed years of constant travel as presiding elder. Dr
He was four years president of the Le- COt
ur noir Female College, Caldwell County, N. ar
as C., which he established. He was a- e
pointed president by his Conference when the
that part of North Carolina was embraced Ih
ar- in the South Carolina Conference. are
his For four years he was president of the e
Columbia Female College, and at last was, ly
in an interview with General Beauregard, ac
requested by him to vacate the building on 1)0
Thursday, February 17, 1S65, General U1
- Beauregard saying that he required the ye
college building as a hospital. 6her.i.an s
' at army entered Columbia on the Sunday fol
For twenty-two years this reverend gen- C1:
tleman served on stations, and among qu
them were Bethel and Spring Street, aag
ian Charleston. The latter was then in posses- to
sion of the negroes of the M. E. Church, ph
all, given to them by the millitary. cri
Mr. Mood's last appointment was to bl<
M1anning in 1895. Since that time he has ha
iw, been in ill-health and unable to perform wl
ad- the duties of a pastor. sc:
Mr. Mood's identification with temper- Pi
ance in South Carolina is well known all pe
led .over the State, first in the formation of the ha
ter Cold Water Army and then in the forma- fie
tion of the Independent Order of Good lit
ed Templars. ho
in The funeral services were held in the w(
Methodist Church, in Sumter, Monday ge
morning, and were conducted by the Rev. th
S- J. W. Daniel. go
Ir. - -. tb
he For every quarter in a man's pocket m
there are a dozen us;es; and to use each one
be in such a way as to derive the greatest of
ose benefit is a question every one must solve all
see for himself. We believe, however, that no TI
better use could be made of one of these st<
quarters than to exchange it for a bottle of it
:n- Chambe-lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
tch Remedy, a medicine that every family
ater should be provided with. For sale by R.
B. Loryea, the druggist.
w. Graded School 31eeting. bi
ed The meeting to discuss the advisability c
of establishing a graded school in the town cu
n of Manning was held in the court house e
res yesterday. rhe attendance was exceedingly B
ral Prof. E. J. Browne was called to the
chair and he explained the object of tLs 01
res- meeting and after considerable discussion,
ie the proposition to make Manning school a:
an. district a special district was voted down to
ak by avote of 10 to S. d
Then another proposition to make a te
aispecial school district to limit the distance p
a-from the court house to four miles, was
ur- submitted and carried by a vote of 7 to 0. ~
re- So, if the action of the meeting is legal it de
er will be incumbent on the Board of School o1
- Trustees to order an election within the at
ens four mile limit to ascertain whether or not
the the voters are willing to tax themselves an g
additional 4 mills-.t
out The question is, can the people living tg
ery within tour miles from the court house dis- p
ent rupt the present school lines and form a of
rse new district without first getting the power ol
as by special legislation? If they can, what 9
becomes of those at present in this district ex
but who will be cut off? There is no pro- th
iot vision that we are aware of, to attach them j
ong to some other district. In our humble he
ate, judgment. we think the meeting of yester- t
ne day was a failure and fruitless. th
ots it is surprising to, note how little interest ei
t- was manifested by the people living most
convenient to the place of meeting, and it a
ted is certainly very discouraging to those who b
ade desire this town to enjoy improv ed school g
ng- facilities. This is the second attempt to
ran get a graded school, and we believe if the at
rn- action of the meeting is illegal it will be
Up many years before another attempt is yen- a
ets THE TRUE REMEDY, b
W. M. Rlepine, editor Tiskilwa, 1ll., w
:ted "Chief," says: "W e won't keep house with- bi
ar out Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- d.
ght sumption, Coughs and Colds. Experi- im
ion mented with many others, but never got fB
ec- the true remedy until we used Dr. King's
L'he New Discovery. No other remedy can s'
take its place in our home, as in it w~e basve!
son a certain and sure cure for Coughs, CAds, -,
een Whooping Cough, etc." It is idle to ex- c]
us iperiment with other remedies, even it
la they are urged on you as just as good asb
a Dr. King's New Discovery. They are not 1c
na- ,as good, because this remedy has a record di
of cures and besides is guaranteed. It ft
enever fails to satisty. Trial bottles free at b)
meR. B. Loryea's Drug Store.
not Did Duncan peaIk 0
ave He must be blind indeed, who cannoth
low see the fine Italian hand in the interview of tt
hey Mr. J. T. Duncan which appared in yes- t
tarday's "State." The villain siill pursues
best the poor Dispensary, and unless somnething
.is done to rescue her from the intrigues ofP
he greed she will go down in ignomninious dis. ti
trs. Ir. D. P. Davis, a prominent livervman 1
on- and merchant of G3oshen, Va., has this to a
or-say on the subject of rheumatism: "I taket
tren pleasure in recommending Chamberlain'
his, Pain Balm for rheumatism, as I k-now from
up personal experience tbat it will do all tha~t1
tion is claimed for it. A year ago this spriog
the my brother was laid "up in bed with in tinm
matory rheumatismn and sutbred intensely
een Thme nirst application of Chamberlain's PainP
1'he Balm eased the pain and the use of one
call bottle completely cured him. Fer sale byh
>ne, I. B. Loryea, the druggist.
tne Oaklanmd News.,t
more The long dry spell that has lasted for C
the more than two weeks has at last been tI
thi Fine rains have fallen over most of the t'
on Fork, and the planters are jubilant over the lK
ons timely season. The fall oat crop was very
ttseriously injured by the dry weather and el
the thought the spring oats were needing rain,
rthis rain will go to make the harvest more
<1- Cotton has been dying at a serious rate al
e insome localities, owing to the dry weath- r
ber. Cut-worms did no little damage, and 11
sit is reported that one farmer used paris
ws g reen, to destroy the pest, so injurious were al
ta he ravages of the worms. Cotton is of lC
medium stand. Cultivation has coin- ai
2ow Imenced in a few instances in upland dis
Corn is in good condition and very good
the stand, but the cool nights have-been rath- fc
to er hard on corn. Bud-worms have don e!v
er~s their share of datmage. Birds have caused
an- many tields to be replanted when otherwise
iss good stands wouldl have been the rule, andh
itle for the first time in many years cut- worms a
:ore have done more damage to corn than any
was other cause. Some of our farmers venture d
a'the assertion that the doves scratched up p
was the corn in search after the worm. It is tl
ion Iadvisable to suythe habits of the birds
son, before wye commence the extinction of a
xar- pcies that mayv be anything but a pest.
the LFruit was so seriously injured by the ki
of frosts in the early part of the month that at
very little will be made. The fig-trees d
re kiltld back, and are just beginning I
PrOUt afresh. Paaches ire a faur.
v the ::er
Ve.ry lii:'. ar- a ha , ben plne n cane
millt the Litte-r I whch uu1'. 1 fr:ns
miportatnt part <-f* the averagelt farmerit-'s
rens1 are'in on'y Lverag ctlit 0::
Sthe- eff'rts ofl 4farnolre tO 1*ve o(:_P
t. asii 2u-i a -nn.
I.\- bave h. ard' vr hiten e
as a r'gui ar ncenssi
r tabe- 'o I t uls not nv it, wht u wt ica
kv t ftr one . a half cents per pound,
There- was s h f a scare inI ou
lmarlity the o thir evti ngl ov'r a ui:I
'i'.h- rab: animal w.. f ollmve tv
the mten and bovs in the commun1i1ititV.
I meecede-l in overtak ing the dog, to A!
..1m Mel'addin's, where it was killed.
F'he barn. stables, buggy and carriage
ses, belonging to Mr. John P. Brogdon.
re destroyed by fire on the night of the
h ult. The cause is thought to be in
idiarv, and a negro, George Thompson,
is Geo. James, has be.en arrested on
ipicion of having committed the deed.
Brogdon lost about 1,000 bushels of
n, several tons fertilizer, forage, etc., by
fire. No insurance. C.
end your address to H. E. Bucklen a
Chicago. and get a free saw ple box of
King's New Life Pills. A trial will
ivince vou of their merits. These pills
easv in action, and are particularly ef
tive in the cure of constipation and siek
dache. For malaria and hiver troubles
y have been proved invaluable. They
guaranteed to be perfectly free from
rv deleterious substance and to be pure- E
vegetable. They do not weaken by their
ion, but by giving tone to stomach and
sels greatly invigorate the system. Reg
.r size 25c. per box. Sold by R. B. Lor
Pine GIroye-Retrospect. t
here is such a nlace as Pine Grove in 1
trendon County. If one who was ac
ainted with the place about fifty years
and had not seen the place since was
visit it now he would not know the
tee. Instead of hearing frogs croak and t
ekets chirp he will hear the mill shistle
wing and the school bell ringing. We
ve a large school house and two teachers,
to have a large number of pupils and the
Lool is in session ten months of the y var.
ne Grove once was thinly settled and the
onle had but few opportunities. They
d no roads, no good houses, no large
lds and no place of worship, except a
tie log church. Now, they live in good
uses, work large fields, drink artesian
11 water and ride bicycles. The present
neration have more opportunities than
eir forefathers had and they are making
od Pse of them and realize the fact that
ey and their country are only what they
The farmers are all up with work, most
them are through setting tobacco. They
.:m to be satisfied with the seasons.
ie farmers are all provided with good
>ck and plenty to feed them on, and so
is a pleasure to them to work and drive.
ONE OF TEE RIsING GENEPrATION.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
nises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum. fever
res, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
rns and all skin eruptions, and positively
res piles,or no pay required. It is guar
teed to give perfect satisfaction or money
funded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Loryea.
oss Roads Academy Entertainmeiit.
It was my purpose to write you last week
rew words of commendation appropriate
the exhibition of the Cross Roads Aca
my, with its exercises and brilliant en
rta~inment, but having been debarred by
'essing duties from having the pleasure
th the honor at that time, I now brush
ay other thoughts to-day and will en
avor briefiy to mention the excellencies
its Rupils ~and success of its principal,
*d t~ highly appreciative audience.
On the evening of April 23d, the Cross
ads Academy was a scene of loveliness on
at sublime occasion that will linger in
e memory of those whose good fortune
aced themn there, and as the golden rays
the setting sun reflected back its beauties
God's handiwvork, it mingled in trans
rent loveliness with the beautiful maid
s, lively children and fragrant dowers,
at gathered there with happy hearts and
vful anticipations that shed a halo of
ppiness and a joy forever. A glance in
e academy at the appointed hour, when
e curtins were drawn aside, behel a
owded house to overiowing with the
atire school alined in disciplined order
ross the stage, and with bowed heads our
,loved and devoted pastor. Rev. A. B.
'atson, suplicated God's richest blessings
on the occasion, with rebounding glory
d honor to our precious Savior.
The opening song, "The Summer Days
'e Coming," so sweetly sang, accompanied
ith the sweetest music that it has been
v pleasure to hear for many years gone
, with the marshal step of the children,
ith the beautiful tones of the organ,
ought in review to my mind again the
tys gone by when the boys in "grey"
arched to marshall step across the bloody
.ids of battle following the "starry cross."
MisC Sallie Powers, of Bennettsville, the
eet n~usician, performed on the organ.
'e trust she may find it pleasant to linger
ongst ats,where her valuable services and
teejil hc.:t makes us happy.
At the 'onclueion of the first song,
gan the pri 'ran. with twenty-five dia
gues and r .tions down to the vale
torv wvhic-. wss rendered with beauti-I
diseipi1be, anil was loud'y applauded
a happy and che' rful audiience. Suffce
say cv -rv one of the pupils acquitted
emseIh es in a imagliticient mainner. All
the subjects select d were full of love,
mor, happiness cud matrimony in
rs~ersed with fine selected music, so
uch so, that our yorng men in the au
ence, with "Cupid' gtawing at their giz
.rds have become students ot Homoeo
ith. May the remedy be sufficient for
.e c~omplaint. In short, de.ar editor, we
id one of the most delighttul and happy
casions, although the lines have fallen to
in pleasant plaes,- this one wve shall at
I times remember with rateful 'apprecia
n, as having been second among its host,
id to the sublime and etieient efforts of
iss Willie Powers we owe our highest
pi -btion for her unitiring and zealous
hors, beth with the advancenment of the
a"::-anal int-rest of our cihildren, as to
i happness she has for all Itat have t'he
lesure so mieet her we ex:e.nd to her the
well done, gocod and faithful. .\Iay her
Ie be full of roses, andi happinessttnd
er throu'h life. 10t og she m a id it
ea-.ant to lin'er in her alopted .ounty.
A:te the. aledictory, our .\lagis-traite in
ouced in aplpropiate wvord, Mr. J. P.
ibon, of Be.nnettsviile, wvho lecturedI on
i thme, "Passing Awvay." This subject
as beau tifullv presented by this silver
niued orator. At the conclusion of this
ct'ire our school trustees, through Rev. A.
. aton, extended to Miss Willie Powv
s the priincipal ot the school, their high.
t appreiation for her valuable services,
whc patrons and children can join the
nen. his ended an entertainment that
.1 will ecall with precious memory and
freshing recollections as wye go through
fe, as having been participants in its joys.
Mr. Editor, there are many orange buls
:ad several full blown blooms. I shall
o out for a slice of dream cake for you
:ad the printer's devil.
Great beds of fossilize~d fish, have been
und in northwvestern Colorado at an ele
ition of8,000 feet above sea level.
Circles around the moon are sometimes
rge aad sometimes smal, because they
- formed at different heights in the air.
It requires 15,000,000 cows to supply the
?mand for milk in this country, and the
oduts of 60,000,000 acres of land to 1ced
a nfEs Ofiee is prep~ared to do all
nds of job work, and satisfaction is guar
iteed. Any wvork entrusted to us will be
Are the Telegrai.h Systemn of the body. extending
from the rain to every t ia:t of the system.
Nerves are fed iy til ood. and are, there
fore. like it - weak and tired if the
tdootl i thin. pale. impure -
Nerves are stron.: and steady. there is no
inur:tlia. bram in i:nelouded-if the
bMood ik rich, red :au pure.
Nerves find a trIe Med in lood's Sarsapa
rilla. tlean e it makes rich. red blood,
gives good appetite and digestion.
[s the One Triue ll!ood Pnrifier. All druggists. $1.
cure all Liver Ills and
lood's Piils siek Headache. :seCtS.
: MA Fii I 0 181NA -
TI6 FOR THE PE0iPLE
\ POPULAR LINE OF THE LAT
An unlimited variety in every de
)artment of the store. The determi
iation and ability to make the price.
We are offering these inducements i1
vith the best and bandsomest goods j
-un ever saw. Qualities as you like
hem. Styles and Fashions the lat
st. Assortments complete and all a
t right prices. 1
Don't fail to see our splendid stock S
L1d take advantage of the induce
nents offered in Dry Goods, Cloth
ng, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Groceries,
te. Quoting prices is misleading as
o the quality and styles of goods,
)ut we guarantee both and the low- 0
st prices possible.
Our Dress Goods Department is
omplete and we invite your inspec
ion; prices and quality will surprise V
O'r Straw Hats are all the go. (
Vhy? Because they are of the latest
tyles andi fashion.
Shirts, both in White and Negligee, I
t prices to suit.
Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
,e carry a full line and can make re
narkably low prices. Pants, from
[3c. per pair up. 2
Remember we are headquarters
or fine footwear of all kinds.
We carry only the best Groceries 0
.o be had and make the closest I
Of all goods the latest and nicest
tyles of the season. Honest goods
that possess the worth and honest
Prices the fairest you have ever
We guarantee profit and pleasure
to every customer. Profit, because
our prices will prove a positive sav
ing to the buyer; pleasure, because
our goods cannot fail to please in
quality and style. It is impossible
to make a mistake in your buying if
you select from the great fair-priced
S. A. Rigby.
I N ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION
1451 of the General Statutes of South
Carolina, the County Board of Commis
sioners, at their meeting the 1st Monday in (
April, adopted the following schedule of
licenses for the x eir 1897:
Hawkers and Peddlers........$15.00. 1
Stoves and Ranges..... .......$25.00. f
Clocks and Watches.............25.00.
Pianos and Organs.............25.00.
Horses and Mules.............S0.00.
All persons engaging in the above mien
tioned occupations must procure ia license
or they will become liable to punishment
under the law.
It shall be the duty of every Magistrate
and every Constable and of the Sheriff and
of his regnlar Deputies, t., and every citi
~en may, demand and inspect the license
of any hawker or peddler in his or their I
county, who shall come under the noti ce
of any of said onicers, and to arrest or
cause to be arrested, any hawker or ped
aler fond without a good and valid li-C
ense, and to bring such hawker or ped
ler before the nearest Magistrate to be
dealt with according to law.
By order of board.
T. C. Ownss,
Manning, S. C., April 5. 57
At .J. H. LIESESNE'S vou will
find a flue assortmient of Fresh Crack
ers, just !rom the factory,
Hecker's Rolled Oats,
Corn Starch, for cooking,
Columbia River Salmon,
Canned Okra and Tomatoes,
Starch, 5c. per pound,
ltice, Grits, Sugars and Flour.
Full line Tobaccos and Cigars.
If yon want a Summer Hat I
should be pleased to have you ex
amine my stock.
I also have a beautiful line of
Lawns and Summer Calicoes.
Examine my Oxford Ties.
Three or four doses in time wtill stop
"Grippe" or kill a fresh cold. Price per
box 25 cents. Sold by
Land Surveying and l~eveling,
I wi. I do Surveying, Ete. in Clarendon
C'all at oficee or aildress at Samter, S. C.,
P.0O. B~ox 101.
JOHN H. H AYNESrWOTH.
'o the Publio :
One of the largest, most complete and attractive stock
Spring Goods ever brought to the town of Manning is nm
pened and ready to supply the demands of mv customers e
The trading public is cord ially invited to examine thes
oods. and prices are guaranteed to meet the most activ
Ipetition. If there is any virtue in goods of superior (1m
y, choice styles, and low prices. I am surely in a positio
Come and look at my Scotch Lawns, fast colors, froi
1-2c. up. Organdies. 6 1-4c. up. Nainsook, 6 1-4c. ul
ercales, 8c. up French Jaconets, solid colors in all shade,
Jl colors in Ducks, Colored and White Piques, White Mai
tilles. Dimities, Laces and Silk Trimmings. Sateens, Drei
,inens, Ginghams. Serges of every color and variety. Henr
ttas, Cashmeres. Beautiful Patterrs in Jacquard Cloth. Col
on Suitings, Worsted Suitings. White Lawns, Cross Barre
luslins. All the latest novelties in notions.
I have in stock a large and well selected line of Ailliner
icluding all the latest and most fashionable designs i
adies' Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets, Ribbon
'eathers, and all the little odds and ends that go to make u
stylish piece of headgear. Millinery is a "special line" i
iv store, and ladies will do well to call and inspect thi
tock. They are sure to be pleased.
My stock of Shoes cannot be beat. I have them in al
rades, and sizes. Prices the very lowest compatible wit
ood goods. If you need anything in the Shoe line for Gen
[emen, Ladies, Misses and Children time and money bot
ill be saved by looking over my stock.
)LOTHING and GENTS' FURNISHINGE
Every gentleman is now thinking of his new Spring Sui
f you want to select from as fine and varied a stock of Clotl
ag as can be found in any of the large city stores, come i
nd examine my stock.
STRAW HATS in great numbers and in a variety
hapes. Prices are so low that no or:, nered go without on,
I have the largest line of Negli. drts in the count
,nd by buying in large quantities am enabled to sell them i
-ery low prices. White Shirts, Laundcred and Unlaunderet
ollars, Cuffs. Cravats, Stickpins and everything pertaini
o gentlemen's attire can be found at my store.
I can offer special bargains in Cottonades and all kinc
if Pant Stuffs.
GROCERIES, CROCKERY and HARDWARE.
My entire stock of Groceries was ordered before the r
.ent advance in prices and my patrons shall have the benefi
Hardware. Willow Ware, Saddlery and Crockery ai
L feature in themselves where the farmer and the housekeept
,an find anything and everything that they may need.
Yours for trade,
ro Consumers of -Lager Beer: THE
The Germania Brewing Company, of
1arleston, '. C., have made arrangements
rith the South Carolina State authorities
y which they are enabled to fill orders
rom consumers for shipments of beer in MANNING, S. 0.
ny quantity at the following prices:
Pints, patent stopper, 60c. per dozen. Transact; a aenera
Four dozen pints in crate, $2.80 per crate.
Eighth-keg, $1.25. ness.
Exports, pints, ten dozen in barrel, $9. Prompt and special attention giv
It will be necessary for consumers or to depositors residing out cf town.
>arties ordering,to state that the beer is for
>rivate consumption. We offer special Deposits solicited.
ates for these shipments. This beer is All collections have prompt atte
;aranteed pure, made of the choicest hops
ad malt, and is recommended by the
aedical fraternity. Send to us for a trial Business hours from 9 a. n.
SE A N I A JOSEPH SPOTT,
Brwn o pn, A. LEVI, Cashier.
CMANNsNo, 8. C.
-. SM E~iL\ J~,EH ppri
Proia t r agenecy for anning
the de of te cenbrated
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,1 INENTIA
VIOULDING AND B UI D i-N STOCK FOO"
MATERIAL, Thepoitt isiroved medicated food
cuigadpreventing diseases in hr
CHARLESTON, S. C. eattle, beep, e colts, calves, lambs a
pis Insures health and rapid ro
3ASH WEIGHTS AND for all v.oii'i stock. Peculiar combinati
ORDS AND . of medicinal ingredients makes this a
BUILDERS' HARDWARE. perio A Rnu pFd I
MWINDOW AND FANCY for CUtoRk in growing, OorFing. breei
fi.ttenin . Milkin, and diseased. a,
A SPECIALTY. Ithe entire sste . cures and prevents
cboiera. S6atisfAction. guaranteed. Put
in 25cand 50c packages. Call and ge
TPHE RANGE pamphlet giving full particulars.
OaF se rm a aenct for
OFas BAINDS, INTERATIONAL WORK POWDER,
ATEA tk INTERNATIONAL POULTRY FOOD,
CHtoRE ST N ddisb st-t old ca R.e B.ep Le ORtYAle,lab
youH sorry T t at ND did not vounstok._Peeniarcombinat
pOresen ANDu wifeicaa iwitenshakshia
wodO andtepe sANCer.mgn, n ieae.s
won ruin ananythiusingssiultio. nvior
A intElInaY. th t eeniesse.ursadpvnt
Cokn tvs i AET H RAN Eamht iigfulr-as
whatm also wantt ft
OF BAIN. ITERNAOEMAL R PoWER
enough enoug retwod a
food tayetit itsl hdin'tl ECINASOITO
An yerintei ranly thafOt.
gone, socoein anin uessh
stove at? TheoecsfrmHiroidea
Co okin S.oe isAN ro.
Oa Hease oposter sourt houelpfsTble:a rugss
E ARE SELLING
Laces. Edgeing and everyt 1hing il the Notion line
Ladies' Ribbed Undervest5 at 4c.. S.. 10c., 20c.
s. warrantedi fast colors. 4e. and 5c., worth
eC. and 6 1--de. per yard. 3U-inch wide Pereales,
-S8 1-3c. 36-incl wide Sea Island Homespun, ac.
Straw Hats at prices that will induce all to buy.
A iiice thing in Children's Suits for summer, sizes
from 3 to 8 years, for 75c. a suit.
G Uroceries-AnVthing in canned goods. the very
best gjuality as cheap as you can buy them any
: All grades of Greeii Coll'ees at, prices that will sur
prise you. Arbuckle's Parcied Coffee in one
- poiu packages, three pounds for 50c., this is
something if you ise once you will use no other.
Choice Hams from 10c. to 13e. per pound.
Be certain to give us a trial.
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HARVIN & BARRON.
The B. A. Walker Store, - - - Manning, S. C,
232 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTCiN S. C.
State Agcnts for the Sale of
Wholesae -'Tin Plate,
I. Tinwares, Tinners'
ing Gords, izedGutter
~fOil P-1W and Pipe.
Heaters ad .
Over 200 different styles of Cooking and Heating Stoves. Also Oil Cookers and Heaters
We want the leading merchant in every town in the State to sell our line of Stoves.
, We guarantee full protection in his territory to each agent we appoint If not sold in
your town send to us for cuts and priees.
IfT FI nil lifhli li
flU ILL WILNUUIr"
e On the American and European Plan.
A DELIGHTFUL AND COMFORTABLE
PLACE FOR COUNTRY VISITORS.
SOL BOWMAN, JR., Prop.
X. 3E. CIj..ANCEY, Manager.
King Street (Business Centre of City),
CXhar1estoa, .S. C.
Rates $2 and $3 Per Day.
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THE CAROLINA GROCERY COMPANY
Successors of BOYD BROS.
to TEOMAS WILSON, President.
195 East Bay - - Charleston, S. C.
Percival Manufacturing Co.
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
748 to 486 MEETING ST.. CHARLESTON, S. C.
up DE-TAOLISHED 18GS.
L. W. .F'OLSOMV,
Signl ot the Big Watcb,
sITorma~ = S. C.
--A BIG LINE OF
Birthday, Wedding-and Christmas Presents
-- WATCHES, DIAMONDS --
Fine Sterling Silver Clocks, Optical Goods,
Fine Knives, Scissors and Razors, Machine Needles, etc
All repairing guaranteed.
ISU7PERV ISOR'S NOTICE. Notice.
0- OFFICE COEl NTY sUPER~iSOR, i. Otiee Superintendent of Education,
CLA1~ENI' Cotrv. Clarendon County.
Mannig, S C. wiJan beth op.en Uni further notice I will be in' my o~ice
Fridays and LaturCays of each week, for fvrm Satp. m., fo a. . Oto day ill abe
the transaction of oihee business. The fo .r. o5~.Ohrdy ilb
other days of the week I will be out attend- - pn in visiting the sehools.
in to roads and bridges. W. S. RICIIBOURG,
T. C. OWENS, .Supt. Education, C. C.
County Su j,-vior. Manning, S. C., Feb. 1st 1897.