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FUBLISBES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1897.
A Remnant and Bargain Counter.
At this season of the year we always have
a lot of Remnants and other things to close
out at bargain prices, and for convenience
we have established a Bargain Table or
Counter, where all such articles will be put
and marked down to cost and at greatly re
duced prices. Wher in town, you will do
well to call and look over this counter, a.
you will be more than apt to find some
thing that will suit.
Remember, that we still have on hand a
large lot of Umbiellas and Parasols of all
kinds from 50c. up.
A nice line of Cottonades for making
Boys' and Men's Pants, from 8 1-3c. per
yai d up to 20c.
When you want Straw Hats of any kind
be sure to give as a call. We have them at
prices that will suit you.
We are offering the best Ladies' Dongola
Button Shoe we ever saw for $1.25. Call
and see them. A large line of Oxford Ties
from 50c. per pair up. Also a nice line of
Gents' Tan Shoes.
Remember that we are headquarters on
Gent's Summer Sacks and Vests; also a
nice line of Gent's Pants.
A very large and cheap line of Gent's
Negligee Shirts at 50c., 75c. and $1. Also a
very pretty line of Gents' and Boys' Neck
Yours for the cash,
W. E. JENKINSON.
The town is full of drummers soliciting
*The Social Circle had a picnic at Tindal's
mili last Friday.
Colonel B. Pressley B:.rron is in Kings
tree attending court.
Mrs. S. J. Legg has returned home from
her trip to Florida.
An ice cream vendor has made his ap
pearanee around town.
Miss Kate IeLorme, of Sumter, is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. J. F. LeGrand.
Tanglefoot Fly Paper, large and small,
for sale by R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Several young men rode over from Sum
ter on their wheels Sunday. What for?
Mr. J. H. Lesesne left this morning for
Kershaw to attend the district conference.
Rev. Edmund Wells, of Charleston, filled
the pulpit at the Baptist church last Sun
Mr. Ned Burgess, who is travelling for
1'. R. McGann, of Charleston, is spending
a few days at home.
Miss Wilhelmina Baltman, of Sumter,
spent a few days here visiting at the home
of M: S. A. Rigby.
Glady's, a little daughter of Intendant
Thames, is quite ill with typhoid fever, but
her symptoms to-day are better.
The case against the State which affects
'the Dispensary was argued in the United
States Court in Charleston yesterday.
-A magic lantern entertainment and lec
ture by Rev. Edmund Wells, of Charleston,
was given at the Baptist church !ast Monday
Thomas & Bradham are pushing right
ahead on their big stables and in a few
.days they will be at home again at the old
International Poultry Food makes hens
hay'. 35c. a package. R. B. Loryea, the
MIarried, last Tuesday evening, at the
residence~of the bride's farther, Mr. W. W.
.Benbow, near s'immerton, Miss Augusta
Benbow to Mr. Young Eadon.
Gus Barrineau forgot to pay his taxes
when they were due and in consequence
Gus will take a thirty days' outing on the
chain gang, given him by Judge Dickson.
The editor of THE TIMxs expects to be
with the State ~Press Association next
week, and Mr. J. Harry Lesesne has con
seated to occupy the editorial tripod dur
ing the editor's absence.
May 10th has been set aside by law for
memorial exercises and in nearly every
town in the State did the veterans meet,
and with the ladies, pay devotional tribute
to the Confederate dead.
Everybody should go to Panola next
Saturday to see the inspection, hear the
music and eat the barbecue. This is one
chance out of many for a newspaper man
to get a square meal and we a're going.
.lhere came near being an elopement in
town last Saturday night. The parties got
as. far as the parson's gate, lot the "deat
girl" thought of home and mama, and lefi
her adorer to wait until the sweet bye and
International Stock Food is the best
remedy for horses, cattle, sheep and hogs
25 and 50c. packages. R. B. Loryea, the
In accord ance with the new law, passed
at the last session of the General Assembly,
the old elected Board of Health has been
d-scharged and the following gentlemer
appointed by Intendant Thames: Messrs
J. F. Bhame, F. N. Wilson, W. C. Chand
ler: R. B. Loryea, and Dr. C. B. Geiger.
Mrs. M. Levi left last Monday for Chica
go where she goes on a visit to one of hei
daughters; she was accompanied as far as
Washington by Mrs. Abe Levi who was on
hier way .to Philadelphia, where she will be
jclied later our by Major Levi, and then
their usual summer vacation will be taken.
One of our yonng men went to Brewing
ton yesterday morning on a wheel. HE
b.arted out full of pride and with a deter.
mination to outrun a couple of friends whc
wentin a buggy, but his pride 'had a fal]
and he had to hire a buggy in which to re
turn-he and his wheel being the worse foin
A number of our merchants on Boyce
street have been complaining of a nuisance
in the shape of a tin cornet manipulated
by a young darkey who hangs around one
of the provision stalls on that thorough.
fare. We are all lovers of good music, but
such a hideous noise would try the patience
of Job. The town officials should put
atop to the nuisance.
G3eorgetown's Probate Judge, Zackarial:
.D. Green, colored, was convicted last Sat
urday before Judge Townsend and sen
tenced to six months in the penitentiary
and pay a fine of $500. The charge agains
him was failure to make annual returnm
as public guardian and for unlawfolly in
vesting money belonging to the estates ia
his charge. Notice of appeal has been
made, but the office was declared vacant
by a proclamation from the Governor.
.Recently Mr. J. H. Lesesne, of this town
had an able article appear in the Columbia
"State," tr-king issue with the rules of the
istate Board of Education. Since the pub.
lication of the article he has received a
number' of very complimentary letter-i en
dorsing his view, and since then, Professor
Marchant, one of the best educators in the
State has published a card endorsing Mr.
Lesesne's manner of provoking a diseus
sion. Mr. Lesesne has every reason tc
feel proud of the flattering endorsement he
The thirst of the thirsty can now be
quenched by the most cooling and delight
tul of drinks-soda water and milk shakes
-at Brockinton's drug store. Dr. W. M.
Brockinton has just put up a very hand
som'e and expensive soda fountain, a thing
long needed in Manning. He has spared
no expense to give the people this long felt
want and it will be managed under the
supervision of Dr. J. F. LeGrand who has
great experience in making the cooling and
seductive drinks so desirable in hot
weather. All syrups will be pure and1
fresh. If you want a real good drink that
will make you kiss your sweetheart and
hug vour mother-in-law, go to Brockin.
ton's and get a glass of soda water from the
Clarendon county is at last to have a safe
place for her records and while the outlay
may appear to be great, yet when it is con
sidered that the great expen-liture is for
ever, it will be seen that it is the cheapest
after all. Srivisor Ovens, after a con
station with two of our rfpresentativo
entered into a contract with Mr. B. F.
Smith, representing the St. Louis Art
Metal Company. for a fire proof vault and
record cases. The cost will be $2,30u0,
$550 to be paid next January and the bal
ance in one and two years. When the con
tractor returns we will furnish our readers
a full description of the vanit, and we can
now tell them that it is to be built ot brick,
steel, and cement, with n -t a particle of
wood about it. and everything on the most
modern plan. When completed the clerk's
office will have the appearence of a large
If the system is fortified by Hood's Sarsa
psrilla, which makes rich, red blood, there
is little danger of sickness.
Manning Collegiate Instilute Picnic.
All patrons of the Manning Collegiate
Institute during the past year are cordially
invited to take part in a closing picnie on
Friday, May 25. There will be no closing
entertainment and the picnic will be had
instead. The place is yet to be decided
upon, but t:mely notice will be given.
Each family interested will have the privi
lege of extending an invitation to any one
else whom they may wish. It is greatly
desired that all take part in this and thus
make the day both a success and pleasure
for yourselves and children.
E. J. BrzowNE,
Institute Honor Roll for April.
Collegiate.-Earle Bradham, 95; Lizzie
Wells, 94.4; Essie Davis, 94.2; Paul Alder
man, 92: Leon Weinberg, 91.1: Norman
McLeod, 91; Wilson Dickson. 90.8.
Intermediate.-Pet Wilson, 95 8; Ger
trude Webber, 94.1; Sudie Davis, 93.2;
Katio Plowden, 93.1.
Primar.-Edna Brockinton, 95.8; Paul
ine Wilson, 94.8; Cornelia Bordenhammer,
93.6; Lula McLeod, 92 S; Pressley Barron,
92; Arthur Harvin, 90.3.
E. J. BROwNE,
DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY FOR
This is the best medicine in the world
for all forms of coughs and colds and for
consumption. Every bottle is guaranteed.
It will cure and not disappoint. It has
no equal for whooping cougb, asthma, hay
fever, pneumonia, bronchitis, la grippe,
cold in the head and for consumption. It
is safe for all ages, pleasant to take, and
above all, a sure cure. It is always well
to take Dr. King's New Lite Pills in con
nection with Dr. King's New Discovery, as
they regulate and tone the stomach and
bowels. We guarantee perfect satisfac
tion or return money. Free trial bottles at
R. B. Loryea's drug store. Regular siza 50
cents and $1.00.
The Fellow Who Would Not "Peach."
Washington, May 17.-Elverton R.Chap
man, the recalcitrant Sugar Trust witness,
who refused to answer the Senate com
mittee's questions as to whether he had
acted a broker for any Senators in specula
tions in sugar, occupiec a ,ell at the Dis
trict jail to-night, and he will continne
therein for 25 days. Chapman surrendered
himself to United States Marshal Wilson
at 4 o'clock to-day in accordance with an
understanding previously reached.
Two cells have been assigned him, one
for sleeping purposes and the other as a
setting and office room. Rugs cover the
floor, and a table, brass bedstead, chif
foniere and several chairs adorn the cells,
but no luxurious curtains L'-g'~ over the
iron bars, nor do decorations set off the
walls. He will, however, have plenty of
reading and writing materials to busy him
self with, and the calls of friends to enter
tain him during the visiting hours.
Mr. Chapmen was much surprised at the
cleanliness of the institution. The jail will
furnish him his ordinary fare, while soups
and fancy dishes, served by a private
waiter, will be sent from a hotel.
Mr. Chapman's lodgement in jil releases
his bondsman, Lewis Y. Davis, of this city,
who furnished $1,000 bail. His sentence
is for thirty days, which, with the rebate
for "good behavior," makes an actual period
of twenty-five days.
.A POINT TO REMEMBER.
If you wish to purify your blood von
should take a medicine which cures blood
diseases. The record of cures by Hood's
Sarsaparilla proves that this is the best
medicine for the blood ever produced.
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures the most stub
born cases and it is the medicine for you
to take if your blood is impure.
Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner
pill; assist digestion, cure headache. 25c.
Pine Grove News.
One of the rising generation, speaking
of Pine Grove, says: "Fifty years ago they
had no place of wor'ship except a little log
church." Fifty years ago there was no log
ch'arch there. Two have been built since,
one log and one frame, and now they have
no church there at all. Mr. Humphrey
starts to-day to build one there. A number
of their artesian wells are a failure, He
left out one thing that the people of Clar
endon ought to know, that is, that Solomon
moved into his Temple a few days ago,
near Pine Grove, and moved the ark of
safety with him. We wish him great
ON-E OF THE O0D SETTL.ERS.
For every quarter in a man's pocket
there are a dozen uses; and to useeach one
in such a way as to derive the greatest
benefit is a question every one must solve
for himself. We believe, however, that no
better use could be made of one of these
quarters than to exchange it for a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, a medicine that every family
should be provided with, For sale by R.
B. Loryea, the druggist.
Mn ew Zion Notes.
M.Earron:--Will you allow me space
in THE TIMrs to reply to my friend? He
says on the 28th of April, that when he
wrote on the 7th of April. there was no
corn planted in Salem, and that it would
be some time before it would be planted.
Well, I gueses he didn't know any better,
for when he joined the Hook and Line As
sociation, he had to be there, and you
know there is not much corn growing in
the mill pond. He says that corn in the
gardens was what I alluded to. That was
a mistake, but I will excuse him any way.
He says he rides a wheel and can see more
than I can walking. I guess he sees more
of the road than I do, for I imagine he has
1to keep his eye on the road wvhen he rides
The farmers are all about done setting
out tobacco. We have had a fine season
for it. Did I say all? Well, all but my
friend, he has not planted corn yet, he
must call himself "Salem," for I do not
know a farmer in Salem that has not
planted corn except my friend. NIca.
MR EDIroa:--Please allow me a small
space in the columns of THE TIMEs once
more. But little news in the country at
this season of the year.
The Hook and Line Association of
Douglas Town ship gave a gicnic at Gibbon
& Lavender's mill on the 15th inst; 300'
fish were caught and cooked, with all the
other good things that were spread on the
table. About 2 o'clock, dinner was an
nounced and about 200 people marched up
to the table. While at dinner two young
goslins were making quite a display in the
pond and you bet they had to swim to
show after dinner. Boating was the order
of the afternoon. The day was spent
Ipleasantly in honor to the good people of
IDouglas township and in honor of the
President, Mr. L. D. Barrow, of the As
"General Green" is forming a line in
some of the farmers' tields in this section.
Mr. A. 0. Henderson has ordered out his
company to meet the ''General.''
Mr. B. M. Hardy is very ill, not expected
Mrs. R. S. Fleming is improving.
Mr. Editor, the orange blossoms will
open soon so se where in Salem; when they
get in full bloom I will send you a dream
ticket. A FBIE:D.
irat s the ('larendon Man.
r. S T. . 0r. of Lakle City. V.: I :
the d vi--ratu who attendd ti w .
rji.l Davy itres herte monday. I; i on
ver-:.tixOn i a 'Count Recora repol-r,
Mrr. Coker s:aii that lw :L Sten thV 1i I
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wh1' ticv hat rd 'I a le 1 -
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A V.\LUAIILE PIESCRIPTION.
Editor Morrison of Worthington, Intl.,
Sni,'" writes: "You have a It e
tipitou in Electric Bitter., and I in
:huerfully recommend it for constihat on
LIi s"LeIc'headacie, tnd L- a genIeal sy.stemi
oiC it has no eqaml." Mrs. Annie Stehle,
!G25 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, was all
-un down. could not eat nor digest foo,1.
lad a backache which never left her and
elt tired and wearv. but six bottles of
7lectric Bitters restored her health and
enewed her strength .Prices 50 cents and
;1.00. Get a bottle at R. B. Loryea's drug
A young lady explained to a printer the
lifference in printing and publishing, and
n conclusion said: "Now, you may print
. kiss on my cheek, but vou must not pub
ish it." With that he locked the fair form
n his arms, so that it would not -pi," and
vent to press.
The following is the list of jurors drawn
or term beginning May 31st. Judge D. A.
'ownsend will preside.
W. H. Rhodus, Fores.on; W. H. Lowder,
'oreston; J. A. CalclougL, Jordan; R. B.
dellette, Davis Station; W. E. Felder,
7'elder; J. C. DuRant, Alcolu; J. Eugene
3raughton, Pinewood; A. P. Brock,Panola;
N. J. Turbeville. Shiloh; W. E. Daniels,
VIanning; J. C. Manning, Fulton; H. L.
3enbow, Jr., Summerton;J. E. Tomlinson,
;eloc; R. C. Broadway, Pack-ville; J. W.
3ibbons, New Zion; P. C. Cochran, Man
iung; J. M. Shorter. Davis Station; A. 0.
lodge, Manning; R. C. Lackey, Packsville;
. B. Baker, Sardinia; D. B. Duke, Work
nan; J. H. Hardy, New Zion, It. D. Thomp
on, Manning; John F. McLeod, Manning;
F. A. Lowder, Manning; M. B. Shepherd,
ianniag; J. R. McKinzie, Sandy Grove;
3. G. Thames, Foreston; W. P. Roberts,
F'oreston; T. H. Connors. Summerton; J.
b\. Cole, Poreston; J. E. Kelley, Manning;
1. A. Hodge, Alcolu; F. H. Chewning, Sil
er; W. C. KingSt. Paul; T. W. Brailkford,
A GENTS WANTED for Dr. Talmage's
"The Earth Girdled" or his iamous
Dur around the world. A thrilling story
>f savage and barbarous lands. Four
nillion Talmage books sold, and "The
Earth Girdled" is his latest and greatest.
Demand enormous; everybody wants this
amous book. Only $3.50. Big book, big
30mmission, a gold mine for wvorkers.
,redit gi'en, freightage paid, outfits free.
Drop all trash and sell the King of Books
ind make $300 per month. Address for
)utfit and territory, PEOPLE'S, 3941 Mar
xet Street, Philadelphia, Penn.
- Rine Hullers
The only machine that in one operation
v~ill clean, hull and polish rough rice, put
ing it in merchantable condition, ready
or table use. SIMPLE AND EASY TO
CORN MILLS, SAW MILLS,
An:1 all kinds of Wood-Working Ma
l'albott anid Liddell
Enigines and Boilers
)n hand at Factory prices.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
[he State of South Carolina,
Notice is hereby given that in ac
:ordance with an Act of the General
Assembly, the books for the registra
tion of all legally qualified voters,
will be open at the court house, be
tween the hours of 9 o'clock, a. mn.,
mnd 3 o'clock, p. mn., on the first Mon
lay of each month and for three suc
3essive days, until thirty days be
lore the next general election. Minors
who shall become of age during that
period of thirty days, shall be en
tit ed to registration before the
books are closed, if otherwise quali
G. T. WORSHAM,
S. G. GRIFFIN,
E. D. HODGE,
Supervisors of Registration.
Manning, S. C., January 1st 1897.
They have been
awarded as follows:
333 GOLD CHAIN.
77 GR APHOPH ONE,
9 MISS LIZE NELSON.
6 7 GOLD CHAIN,
2 LAIES'W. C. DURANT.
1113 LDE-BELT BUCKLE,
W. M. BROCKINTON'S
Of All Kinds
Do n + athsOffce
Do people buy Iood's Sarsaparilla in prefer
ence to any other.- in fa-t almost to the excla- of
sion of all others-?
Because they know that Hood's Sarsapa- 01
rilla cures when the-rs, f:1. In
The question of bet is just as positively de
cided in favor of l's Sarsaparilla. as the
question of conparae :,als. ltimember, c
H od ds
Is the One True 1i,- I -i . . - ari'gists SL.
Prepared onil iy ' L.:: di. .Mass.
Hood's Pill e. -. es p
A MACNIFICENT COMBINA
TION FOR THE PEOPLE. U
A PPULAR LINE OF THE LAT- to
An unlimited variety in every de
partment of the store. The determi
nation and ability to make the price.
We are offering these inducements in
with the best and handsomest goods
you ever saw. Qualities as you like
them. Styles and Fashions the lat
est. Assortments complete and all a
at right prices. in
Don't fail to see our splendid stock
and take advantage of the induce
ments offered in Dry Goods, Cloth
ing, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Groceries,
etc. Quoting prices is misleading as
to the quality and styles of goods,
but we guarantee both and the low- gr
est prices possible. gc
Our Dress Goods 'Department is tlt
complete and we invite your inspec
tion; prices and quality will surprise Wj
Our Straw Hats are all the go. C
Why? Because they are of the latest
styles and fashion.
Shirts, both in White and Negligee, If
at prices to suit.
Men's, Bays' and Youths' Clothing,
we carry a full line and can make re- ar
markably low prices. Pants, from
13c. per pair up. A
Remember we are headquarters
for fine footwear of all kinds.
We carry only the best Groceries aI
to be had and make the closest vE
Of all goods the latest and nicest to
styles 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 CE
our goods cannot fail to please in
quality and style. It is impossible a
to make a mistake in your buying if e
you select from the great fair-priced C
S. A. Rigby.
IN ACCOltDANCE WITH SECTION
j 1451 of the General Statutes of South ,
Carolina, the Connty Board of Commis
sioners, at their meeting the 1st MIonday in Ch
April, adopted the following schedule of wi
licenses for the y ear 1897:b
Hawkers and Peddlers........15.00.b
Stoves and Ranges..... .. ......25.00. frc
Lightning Rods................25.00. an
Clocks an d Watches.............25.00.
Pianos and Oraans.............25.00.
Horses and M1ules.............S0 00.
All persons engaging in the above men
tioned occupations must procnre a license
or they wvill beco~ne liable to punishment -
under the law.
It shall be the duty of every Maaistrate pa
and every' Constable and of the Sheriff and pr
of his regular Deputies, ta, and every citi- rat
zen may, demand and inspect the license
of any hawker or peddler in his or their E"
county, who shall come under the noti ce an
of any of said officers, and to arrest or me
cause to be arrested, any hawker or ped- on
dier found without a good and valid li
cense, and to bring such hawker or ped
dler before the nearest Magistrate to be
dealt with according to lawv.
By order of board.
T. C. Owxss,
Manning, S. C., April 5. 1897. -
At 3. H. LESESNE'S you will Co
find a fine assortment of Fresh Crack- da
ers, just from the factory,
Becker's Rolled Oats,
Corn Starch, for cooking,
Columbia River Salmon,
Canned Okra and Tomatoes,
Starch, 5c. per pound,
Rice, Grits, Sugars and Flour.
Full line Tobaccos and Cigars.
If vou want a Summer Hat I
should be pleased to have you ex
amine my stock.
I also have a beautifdil line of
Lawns and Summer Calicoes.
Examine my Oxford Ties.
The Township Pension Boards will
please have all applications duly
signed and tiled in Auditor's office on
or before the first Monday in June,
and townships that have no boards
appointed wvill please send me names
of three persons for appointment.
Either old soldiers or citizens will
C. S. LuND,
Chairman County Board.
Land Surveying and Leveling.
I w~il dlo Surveyng, Etc., in Clarendon
and adjoining. Counties.
Call at oniice or address at Samter, S. C.,
P. 0. Box 101.
TATTN T. HAYNESWORTH.
'o the Publio:
One of the lairget. most complet-e and attractive stocks
Spring; Goodls ever brought to the toN- Manning is now
ened and ready siplyi the demands ..my customers at
The trading public is cordially invi to examine these
ods, and prices are guaranteed to nu et the most active
mpetition. If there is any virtue in goods of superior qua
y, choice styles, and low Prices. I am surely in a position
Come and look at my Scotch Lawns, fast colors, from
1-2c. up. Organdies, 6 1-4c. up. Nainsook, 6 l-4c. up.
'reales. 8c. up French Jaconets, solid colors in all shades.
11 colors in Ducks, Colored and White Piques, White Mar
illes. Dimities, Laces and Silk Trimmings, Sateens, Dress
nens, Ginghams, Serges of every color and variety. Henri
tas, Cashmeres, Beautiful Patterrs in Jacquard Cloth, Cot
n Suitings, Worsted Suitings, White Lawns, Cross Barred
slins. All the latest novelties in notions.
I have in stock a large and well selected line of Millinery
eluding all the latest and most fashionable designs in
tdies' Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets, Ribbons,
athers. and all the little odds and ends that go to make up
stylish piece of headgear. Millinery is a "special line" in
F store, and ladies will do well to call and inspect this
>ck. They are sure to be pleased.
My stock of Shoes cannot be beat. I have them in all
ades, and sizes. Prices the very lowest compatible with
od goods. If you need anything in the Shoe line for Gen
.men, Ladies, Misses and Children time and money both
11 be saved by looking over my stock.
LOTHING and GENTS' FURNISHINGS. 1
Every gentleman is now thinking of his new Spring Suit. E
you want to select from as fine and varied a stock of Cloth- F
; as can be found in any of the large city stores, come in
d examine my stock.
STRAW HATS in great numbers and in a variety of C
apes. Prices are so low that no one need go without one.
I have the largest line of Negligee Shirts in the county
d by buying in large quantities am enabled to sell them at c
ry low prices. White Shirts, Laundered and Unlaundered,
Allars. Cuffs. Cravats, Stickpins and everything pertaining
gentlemen's attire can be found at my store.
I can offer special bargains in Cottonades and all kinds
My entire stock of Groceries was ! d before the re
nt advance in prices and my patrons s.. -have the benefit.
Hardware. Willow Ware, Saddler 'nd Crockery are
feature in themselves where the farmr d the housekeeper
n find anything and everything that tL may need.
Yours for trade,
Consumers of Lager Beer: THE
'he Germania Brewing Company, of
rleston, S. C., have made arrangements
;h the South Carolina State authorities
which they are enabled to fill orders
i consumers for shipments of beer in MANNING, S. 0.
F quantity at the following prices :
?ints, patent stopper, 60c. per dozen.
our dozen pints in crate, $2.80 per crate. Transacts a general baning busi
Juarter-keg. S2 25.
xports, pints, ten dozen in barrel, $9. Prompt and special attention given
t will be necessary for consumers or to depositors residitig out cf town.
ties ordering,to state that the beer is for
vate consnmption. We offer special Deposits solicited.
es for these shipments. This beer is
iranteed pure, made of the choicest hops All collections have prompt' atten
I malt, and is recommended by the tion.
dical fraternity. Send to us for a trial Business hours from 9 a. m. to
GERMANIA 3p.m. JOSEPH SPROTT,
Brewing Company, A. LEVI, Cashier.
Chariestona, S. A. President. -
DelPnquent Tax Sale. BOARD OF DIECTOBS.
'Y VIRTUE OF SUNDRY EXECU
stoome directed by S. J. Bowman, 31. dEit S. A. RiGBY,
Anty Treasrer, I will sell at pManning
art House. between 11 and 3 o'clock on J. W. hcLEOD, W. E. BROWN,
Sseventh day of June next, being sales
J, the following real estate for taxes: S. U. NEXSEN, JOSEH SPROTT,
YAL. EIN. A. LEvi.
P. J. Ross, 4r49 acres, swamp lands, '95-6.
Cehi a senbow, 3 34 acres, '95-.
SADTEE. RBOA LOROEA
)idanda Taylor, GO acres, '95.6.
IIANNIN G.The Druggist,
)iannah Boyd, 1 lot, '95-6. 0
BREWDGTON. Has secured the agency for Manning for
arareth Bradshaw, 27 acres, '95o. the sale of the celebrated
settie Retta, 3 acres, '95al.
E. William Bogin, 150 acres, '95-6.
arper Johnson, 10 acres, 95-6. R
mma McKnigbt. 197 acre-s. 'i5t. The latest iimproved medicated food for
.)did MeElvin, 601 acres, 0-. curing J pr- venting disease; in horses,
Di annah t .... ;, eolr-, calves, lambs an'
e r , acres, '95-6.ath and rapid rowth
EttNdopr')ce'9-. oral1 Peculiar combination
DOUGtLAS. of Lucatec. lients makes this a su
acres. ' perir and W safe medicated food
l. arlabnd, 40ce.'56 for stock in* rig, working, breeding,
E arerJon, 1 acres '956.
W. H Tngram, 40 acres, ;t-5. 1itiig, u ' and diseased. Saves
a. H. Ingram, 40 acres, '9-~. grain by (-us ssimihtion. Invigorates
SANDY CiaOVE. tE( tirC v * Cures and prevents hog(
P. . Godwin, 9 acres, '95-6. eholura tecion guaranteed. Put up
i. Garand 141 aces '954.ei al adge
S. C. Johnson, 210 acres, '95-6. in - a i f Cll and get a
Purchasers to pay for papers. Pamphlet (".. f I
I aria also agent for
DANIEL J. BRADHAM.
Sheriff Clarendon County. INTERNATIONAL POR OD,
annin, May 12, 1897.INTERNATIONAL
SILVER PINE HEALING OIL.
WHEN" YOUT COME . . LORYE A,
TO TOWN CALLOAT
Whih spittd p.wthanlt an idgot
forealo '-. Peomiarrcobfnatio
cusomrs.......... per..iEan V saf mdiatd.oo
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SHAVINtireNs ...GN Cur-dpeet o
THEr HO' MTUAL guaranE PRO-u
A. B.ER PILLHOWIG.OLhng.
RiaO TbuWN Cre fATne
Riyen Tobuhe cmfre bad brh. as aueatdugss
UST IN . .
A selected stock of Men's Youths' and Boys'
Qlotlhing that we are offering to the public at
creatlv Reduced Prices. Here are the prices of
a few of theln
Boys' Suits, sold at $1.50, only $2.50.
Boys' Suits, sold at $1.25, only 85c.
Boys' Suits, sold at $1.25, only 75c.
Youths' Suits, sold at $6.50, only $4.00.
Youths' Suits, sold at $4.50, only $3.00.
Men's Pants, sold at $3.00, only $1.50.
Just half what they sold for sixty days ago.
Anything in the line of Clothing very cheap.
A new Stock of Ladies' Oxford Ties at Reduced
We are leading in Irices on Straw Hats.
You can always get big bargains in Shoes, Dry
Goods and everything in the line of Merchandise
at our store.
Call and see us.
HAR VIN & BARRON.
The B, A. Walker Store, - - - Manning, S. C.
BIEPHERnD STPPL'3r" Co.
232 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON S. C.
State Agents for the Sale of
holesae Tin Plate,
ig Gords, izedGutter
ii T i,~ri~a.:~e5and Pipe.
ver 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.
7e gnarantee full protection in his territory to each agent we appoint If not sold in
your town send to us for cuts and priees.
li Tria Ai iinimr1 2qo
IIU IEL bLNUUII.
On the American and European Plan.
I DELIGHTFUL AND COMFORTABLE
PLACE FOR COUNTRY VISITORS.
SOL BOWMAN, JR., Prop.
X.IIX.c- mC, .M.a.aager.
King Street (Business Centre of City),
Chaarl1estCoa, a. C.
Rates $2 and $3 Per Day.
FHE CAROLINA GROCERY COMPANY
Successors of BOYD BROS.
THOMAS WILSON, President.
195 East Bay - - Charleston, S. C.
Percival Manufacturing Co.
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
r48 to 486 MEETING ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
L. W. FOLSOm,
Sign of the Big Watch,
SUIMT~E. : . C.
- A BIG LINE OF -
SBirthday, Wedding and Christmas Presents
~-- WATCHES, DIAMONDS --
* ~ .,~, Fine Sterling Silver Clocks, Optical Goods,
Fine Knives, Scissors and Razors, Machine Needles, etc
All repairing guaranteed.
SUPERVISOR'S NOTICE. Notice. -
OFFICE CUOENTY SUPERVISOR, Office Superintendent of Education, (
CLur.F.NoN CoCNHT. Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., Jan. 20th, 189.-The
:ounty supervisor's office will be open on T-ntil further notice I will be in my office
~aturday of each week, for the transaction every Saturday, from 9 a. m. to 1 mn., and
busiess The other days of the week I from 2 p. mi., to 5 p. mn. Other days will be
11 be ont of my office attending to roads spent in visiting the schools.
Lnd bridges. W. S. RICHBOURG,
Tf. C. OWENS, Supt. Education, C. C.
County Supervisor. Manning, S. 0., Feb. 1st 1897.