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C!e 1t nntt ino Lirns.
I UBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2:3. 1M7.
A Terror to Grease and Dirt.
We have just received a large shipment
of Gold Dust Washing Powder, one of the
best articles for washing and scouring. Put
up in four pound packages, at 25c. each. If
yon have never tried Gold Dust, be sure
to give it a trial and you will be pleasedl.
Axle Greese in tin boxes, only 5c. per
Engine Oil, 25c. per gallon.
Best Sewing Machine Oil, only 5e. per
Best Apple Vinegar, 252. per gallon. Try
our Apple Vinegar and be convinced that
it is the best.
When you want great bargains in Piug
Tobacco, give us a call. We will surprise
Ladies, try our Gem Gloss Starch for
shirts, collars atd cuffs, and Vou will use
Lidies, try one of our :machines for
keeping milk cool. you will be pleased with
it. Four quarts. 30c.. six quarts, 35c.
Gents. remember that we have a large
lot of Laundered Negligee Shirts that we
are closing out at 45c. each.
Ladies, don't forget that we are offering
some splendid bargains in Summer Dress
Yourc for the cash.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Ice for sale at Huggins' market.
For the past week it has been "hot
The teachers' exa ination will be held
Miss Mellie Nelson is visiting Mrs. D. D
Salley on Edisto Island.
Miss Eva Sires, of Summerville. is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. W. C. Chandler.
Tanglefoot Fly Paper, large and small,
for sale by R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Supervisor Owens is now working his
chain gang on the Midway section of Black
Mr. Murrett Mouzon. a student of
Wofford College, is at home spending his
Miss Lulie Hirvin, of Winthrop Col
lege, Rock Hill, is spending her vacation
The gold product from the mines of
South Carolina for the year 1S96 amounted
Rev. James McDowell is visiting his
daughter, Mrs. Mitchell Seabrook, on Ed
Brockinton is up to date on cold milk
shakes and cococola.
Mr. Allen C.4Bradham, of Furman tni
versity in Greenville, is at home spendin<
Miss Hattie Harvin will give har visiting
friend, Miss Douglass, a unique sociable
If the crops do not fail, Manning will do
more business this coming fall than she
has done since the war.
Captain D. J. Bradham left yesterday for
Columbia to attend the meeting of the
State Executive Committee.
The barn- of Mr. J. L. Eadon, near Davis,
was struck by lightning last Wednesday
and considerably shattered.
Miss Hattie Harvin, accompanied by
Miss Douglas, of Union, returned
home last Thursday evening.
Messrs. J. B. Orrell and H. L. Johnson
began curi.ig tobacco last Monday on the
'-Sparkman place" in the Fork.
Ettention,'Baseball Clubs ! Full line of'
Baseballs ana Bts at R. B. Loryea's.
Mr. McDowell McFadditL entertained a
lot of his young lady and gentlemen friends
with a fish fry last Friday night.
Miss Anna Kennedy, a daughter of ex
Representative M1. F. Kennedy, of Charles
ton, is the guest of Miss Nellie stevens.
Mr. Moses Levi is now recreating in the
city of Chicago, and on his way back he
will take in the Northern and Eastern mar
Miss Lucie Barron gave her friend, R
Furmau, a pleasant sociable last evet.
"Progressive Anglhng" was dhe entertain
Some of the militar are going into an
encampment over in O)rangeburg and an
invitation is extended to all commands to
The young men have made a bicycle
track around the court house square, and
every evening quite a number may be seen
out taking a spin.
Buy your ice at Huggins' market.
One of our citizens insists that the
meteor which passed over Manning bursted
near here, and that the children have for
several days been gathering up the pieces.
It is said that the water from the Baptist
church artesian wvell contains considerable
medicinal qualities. A prominent man in
this town says it is excellent medicine for
those suffering with indigestion.
The Town Council is having disinfec
tants distributed around the town. This
stuff is expensive and should not be wasted.
Some people receive it and then let it lie
where the weather destroys its usefulness.
Pare Apple Vinegar, the best for pick.
ling and table use. R. i. Loryea, the drug
Mr. A. Weinberg and daughter, Miss
Nettie, attended the wedding at Mayesvi lie,
last Wednesday. of Miss Esther Strauss to
Mr. H. Pearlsteim, of Charleston. Rev. Mr.
Elzas, of Chaileston, otticiated. The bride
is a neice of Mr. Weinberg.
We would like to have "dear little Harry"~
take charge of THE TDxES again for the
sweet pleasure of the young lady at Sum
nmerton, and we made him the offer, but he
thinks, he could do better service by devot
ing his spare txie visiting the sick (C) inthat
.i'he flowers may bloom in the spring
time, but these do Lot prevent our frien ds
from sending us the bloom which makes
the farmer smile and gives a merry jingle
to his trousers pockets. Mr. Cuarles E
Strange sent us a cotton blooms iromn his
We understand that another store will
soon be erected on the lot where Tm-:
TrIMEs office formerly stood. No'x, if our
lot owners would only build same hoases
that peopie could rent to live in, this town
would simow more rapid signs of peraua
Trwo photograpers in town this wveen, as
they remain only a few days, come
early to give them time to tinish the work
here. Card photo.gratphs, 6 for 4Ue.; Cabi
ets, $:2 and $3 per dozen.
The natives were astounded last Wednes
day night by a brnlliant meteor sailing across
the western sky. 'Those who saw it said it
was large in size and more brilliant than
an electric arc light. Mr. H. M. Andrews
informed the writer at the meteor fell in
Mr. Z. Godbold's iie
Rev. Robert 1'. P'eli, president ot the
Presbyterian Colege bor wVomse, of Columu
bia, tilled thc Presbyteriani pulit in tis
place last sunday. 1'resident P~eli lkit with
us a copy of his college cataigule. It is
handsomely gotten up and the uiat/tution.
from all that we have heard, is memito g its
increasiniig patron age.
Columbia last night atod ao genri pumfa
was ordeied tar the seniatorip. 1'or the
Sixth Congressional lI-, tret, dates for
metogs i the offetmen tCountie~s were
arranged. T hr' e nwetings will b held int
this Countyl, oni -Jiuiv 1, 11 antd 1. 'the
n ral priamry was lixed fi r August 31.
D)'d at g. nm near iSuterion, li
th' erly i' s of lt S'innav morning.
.lr. ells l. iclbour aged about
vet.Ther decea".ed was "Ine of the best of
Cl.rendotl's citiz ns. a man whoe miagni
n tevnt }"resenIcet inspired. r'espec't. Hle wa<1
loved for i -blie g .:ti.s al his pious
,:pir~t. 'ILhe fun,-, tooki pare Slunday
afternOon at ('. : ur'.h in the prt
n o large mIt l ofs
to a surcl operation. He hs cnsu;to
Vto1'V vry emine!;t phys:eiatnswhtin
thy can opti i .1WI hia with : i in
der to thre thanl tb leve \' t'h Iailmednt'
alone. The tumor he" ha o::s t ute.- con-t
tuiuts t') grow\\ and it it .,lone the re is
reat aang er' of its burti wL11ih fa:ita
Hundreds of thsmsl ands have been sin
duced to try Ch11uuberlain's Cough Rlemuedy
by reading what it has d one for others and
having tested its merits for thesll veCis' are
to-day its war'u"st friends. For sle by IR.
I. Loryea, the drugist.
As at matter of acecomtuolldation theC clerk
of the coutell has lii distib utei1 blank
tax returns for the conivenlie~nce of the ta:x
pvers. lie hopes ttty wil: atpptec.ite the
saue by romaptly mak:ag the.ir returns
and handitg the: in, as Le does not pro
prose to go around and collee: them. \hen
the time expires for making these! returns
itA enalty of tifty per cent ill be added on
the property of tho.se who did not appre
ciate the clerk's kindn es.
The Confederate pensioners will, on ae
count of the wisdo:u t?) of our law makers,
have to possess their souls in patience uin
til about August 1st, as Comptroller Gten
erat Norton states that he cannot have the
lists ready before that time. The County
lists have to be sent back almost daily for
correction, on account of the complicated
law. The appropriation is $100,000 and the
number ot pensions have increased, but
the deficiency wi4 not affect the pensior.ers.
The new County schemers are still ham
mierng away to get the Salem portion of
Clarendon cut off, but we do not think
there are many people in that section who
are anxious to leave the old moorings. A
few men who have property they wish to
cut up ito town lots and make a "spec,
iare engineering the seheme through. Clar
endon would be loathe to give up the
Saleni section, because it is one of the best
sections of the County from a material
standpoint, and froma a social standpoint.
it would be like breaking up an affectionate
family. Salem, do not let them tear you
--Only nervous" is a sure indication that
the blood is not pure. hood's Sarsaparilla
purifies the blood and cures nervousness.
You can't lose the young fellow who
called on his "dearest" a few nights ago not
a mile from THE TtEs oflice, and when
about to leave the deathlike stillness under
a beautiful silver moon was broken with an
angelic voice saying: "Now, -. when
you ask papa for me, be sure to face him
like a man." The quick but rapturous re
sponse in a thick, husky voice was: "You
bet I will-your daddy won't get a chance
at my back if I can help it, because I saw
him this afternoon with a pair of those
sharp toed shoes on that he bought at Har
yin & Darron's. 1 shall certainly face aim
regardless of consequences. (Smack) Tra
While we were at press last Wednesday,
a serious accident happened in the house
hold of Mr. S. Levinson. A member of the
family, while attempting to get up a tire in
the cook stove undertook to use kerosine
to make the fire burn rapid, but the oi!
came in contact with a flame and the ex
plosion from it sounded like a gun. The
woman's clothes became ignited aind she
ran into the street, followed by Mr. Levin
son, who tore her clothes from her body
and ran back into the house and extin
uished the flames. M~r. Levinson's pres
ence of mind probably sav'ted the woman's
life, as it was, she *as severely and pain.
fully burned. Doctor Geiger was close at
~hand when the accident ocrred and he
administered to the unfor . 'ate womnan's
Go to Brockinton's for ice cold soda, milk
shakes and cococola.
Among new enterprises listed to open at
Manning in the fall, may be mentioned a
general hardware store by Mir. Frank P.
Ervin, who is a brother of Dispenser Er
in and Mrs. R~osa Galluchat of this place.
1r. Ervin is wvell known in this County,
having clerked for our veteran merchant.
MIoses Levi, before leavir g heme about 18S3.
Since which time he has t'een etngaged in
business in the Northwest and for the past
twe years in South America, where he has
mad'e some money that he proposes to in
vest here. Mir. Ervin has had considerable
experience in hardware. He expects to
open about August ist in the store nowt
occupied by Mr. H. D. Riff'. As mentioned
in our last issue, Mr. A. C. Davis also ex
pects to open a business of this kind, so
that in future M~anning will doubtless be a
cheap market for hardware.
SOMETHING TO DEPEND ON.
Mr. James Jones, of the drug firm of
Jones & Son. Cowden. Ill., in speaking of
Dr. King's New' Discovery, says that last
winter his wife was attacked with La
Grippe, and her case grew so serious that
physicians at Cowtden and Pana could do
nothing for her. It seemed to develop in
to Hasty Consumption. Having Dr. King's
Newt Discovery in store, and selling lots of
it, he took a bottle home, and to the sur
prise of all she began to get better from
irst dose, and half dozen dollar bottles
cured her sound and wvell. Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds is guaranteed to do this good
work. Try it. Free trial bottles at 1R. B3.
Lorya's Drug Store.
I beg to correct misprint in last week's
issue. Dr. B. MI. Badger is attending New
York Chemical College for post graduates,
instead of chemical.
M1isses Laura an-d Julia Mlood, of Sumter,
is visiting the home of MIrs. A. P'lumer
M1iss 3Milling, of Damlin gton, who haLs
been spending some time with her sister.
\Mrs. Dr. Briggs, left last Thursday.
Mlaster Wilbur Lanham, the old est son
of Prof. J. C. Lanham, w'ho has been at
tending Clemson College, was called home
on account of sickness among the students.
He will return in August.
1iss Ethel Ragin, of Columbia, is on a
visit to relatives and friends at her cid
home in Sumumerton.
'he citizens have asked the attention ot
the town council in regard to die streets
which will soon be im possible to traverse on
acount of weeds and mud holes. We will
soon have to take it goose fishiont or stay
:n-oors, or have our trouisers sied. Shall
we have a new cou teil? It so, we will have
to iplort men ir re-.ort to 'another six.
Rev. Geo. D. 31ye 'tillhe t the pul11pit at
the Presbyvterin chureh last Sunday and
Tbhe ex;)andedt' th- W\ord of Gol.
3r. U. C. ""carbroug'- daughter, wtht
has been attending Cllege, cameLI Liom las~t
tyetite and'strouldtted'tw.i tmn trd
uteln. Itiid n'i ierent meCu lsith-i'
mt Lneit n tinCdal- bI't tai It.U
. Holt ~> Drake-' ste. hretn
I11d' Pil"ls are easy' t take, easyi to Op
crate. Cure indigestion,. biliousness. 25
51Axxisoi, S. C., Jess 23. ImiP.
Tue memabers of the Giuards are herebty
rderetd to be at their armory prm ptly Lit
4 olock, p. mn., on Sat urday, Jul oi rd, in
her fatig1ue uniforms and white gtoves.
[mm el lite.'v after business m'.ting the
0:mpanyi' i .1 e marched to the Court
I ue 'tuariie where our quarterly' irize
tii w'i)b held. By order o~f
W'. C. Davis.
It : ''x f L-.u'.'t that ytou shall nAt
eabe t j1 Ii what is wis-e or. easyv u i
e 0"'yvit ar' tInst resolved to jud~ge wthat is
0013M1ENUEMENT .tT G11EENT ILLE.
.Joint ~a Exec ises of l'rin-1 University
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mal . 'ie e i I. The I:hr:r ,f .1'.I m.. t i
a i 1:'. . it S f !i,, 1 l' l tf .n lr :, tt hs
re: .1r" W I't- s ti w thc.ti t: u
t ia. ,i ... v :. a li 1 .11 wer. i t it ure , I i.
.. the . en i tl Th iu stutr'\ i1 vtie, lei.
hr e A i':, Ive S ta. e it1 the :ui l il
Ciee hwel Y i-:l"T::.- lltl i iimber
was f'or tw 14in. .. e. pefrs beiin:. t .
.\utteLci a Cil< d itChevalit Il.e Fr
rt and t1h w itta itair :d Ain ic tan ly
w.h is the irecti mul . i r . as ithie
airn. I . Tee nuerld l. nosi pupi.
Ai:e at ociat Ill. o n of th e Feale
Ce Il.dt ithan Ma m in oIliu s
dayt mornig ot rmdfeetcm
tuits app.. itd t thi e lost lueitoin
leo-ut i." l St ilir t "1 of~ ii, , 01. tItlii
soiiedt t.a I'a+t i metber at bIeen10 tivey
ati wlk"i ra ir a mterl "":'t and of that
andrt paoi denattne wt.uces
TIrh. Hrt 'ehn of trenille, a , olee
ed pei dto witoh on"Ts31ay 31atnln
Te- atdeprt ents s of the n ho Frmano
f a. r hialhordtr., Th ni of Palet
s"ta nd't't f' ac Citia. ofItm is roi-e
nrounce a matrly fwrk. Thllro though
an patritic n chidta .
The artt xhi:tion of tle etmailie aroleg
wao s pe todieitors ouni. uesa actenoon.
heat deas h:nt is ner tole chae of
i toery igh.d. T he:n proero nu bersi otIf
pupelilli is large an most of them sub iit.le
1;c ritbg.e specmen of work. Tere wt"I ,e
13:" pi eecs i.'a on I\a t e 1Txhibition.e
The anni e rt sarityeism of the Fo Lalear
Scet-i l in orll them cltlet chanpelo
Tueesa niht.e th r trea cons isetig
othe'rise of mueevilen rat iie asln
t vene tb h ebath, uoni the neitt "Re
rver. THyt slit ude. nmr iliarale to
mrenie an mrl iMprs vMent of D o-,
rcaet.O te were 3oies
Kt'e oarn.i of Gten villtnd on Fleal
d i-snortn B. Dtwr t i, o Pa 1hlm.e. 01s
Lotttevtlle he I-I's sulj -Ct wvseweddivu h
trson Iofe ath hiltheneati waso
repened b aty M is fula oif r thugt
Gnv toict andsh. -teal oflDoracdr,
The anrt ddites f ti the olite se-e
ties ofn Fra ne aos te estd otnsenoe
ae ht dcbprt:in entrter hen charge of
Maisse. y. ais sb t w aIdelivid
e loonn anr f bt odri Thh fcure of
irt pupils e a'. tha loe fWr te i
wrk. This debtrtain ent i oohare o
is tE. Gerbtrude of Cilun Jsnd Auntrad
lsits. ists Hld is hte n:;e ah delght
Telocutinit. Terelf but a hst fculsitiof
wohr.iso ntaertainneientio was loed
lvndby baqete ti Aluniesbet an Alme
in\"d Beattiesl.i'bde isupprero asl lht
nl and thc toats witty and bright.
The commeement esNreises of Furman
were held on Thursayt morning, ahen
Priesident manlv delivered diplomas to the
following cls: Cliter of Arts, Clarence
E. Wikns, ot Clarend'on. Bachelor of
Arts John K. Hair of barnwell; Jamtes A.
Hot Jr. ot Greenville: Robert K. Taylor,
of NorTh Cirolia, and Henry K. Townes.
of Greenville. Bache lo of Science, Frank
T. Dargan, of Greenville. Bachelor of
Literature. T orris C. Barton, of Oconee;
Franklin C. Bates, of Spartanburg: Iuth
Salome Dorman, of Spartanburg; Willathun
31. Htrtin, ot Fairfield; William L. 31aul
din, Jr., of GreenviTle; Crosswell 3keBee, of
Greer.nv!e May Jordan .cFadden, of
heter and Lewei Clark Richardson, of
Anderson. The speca degre e of iaster of
rathematical an d MIchanical Philosophy
was given to F. T. Dargan. J. K. Hair an i
S. C. Richardson. That of M\aster oit Phtilo
sophy weas conferr ed upon Euna V. John
son, of Greenville.
0;a'tions were delivered by the following
graduates: F. C. Bates, R. K. Tavlor, 31.
C: Barton, J. A. Hovt, Jr., and 0. E. WVil
The le31iiian medal was awarded to R.
31. Pratt: the Endet medal to WV. E. Jor
d-in. of Chester, and the Mlelliebamp medal
to C. H Holland, of Greenville.
The graduating exercises of thbe Female
College took pitee Thrrday night, 'enen
the annutal adldress wea. delivered byv Dr. D.
31. R~amtsey, of Charleston, upon thle sub
ject, ''How to live together." Essays were
read by two graduates, Misses Agnew~ and
Tindatl. Diplomas were delivered by
President Riley to the following youngF
ladiet: Bachelor of Arts, Luva Estelle Ag
new, of Donalds; Clifford B. Jordan, of
Greenville; Nina WV. Riser, of Greenville;
Robbie R. Wakefield, of Septus, and Nellie
S. Walters, of Honea Path. Bachelor of
English, \lartha Amelia Norris, of Vances:
Cora C. arker, of Greenville; Jante E.
Strawn, of Greenville; K:ite 11. Sloan, of
Greenville, and Marguerite A. Tiudal, of
T1he alunmni of Furn, at their annual
meeting, decided to push the work ofl
building the proposed Alumni hall. The
efforts of President H. R. Moseley and the
other Alumuni are meeting with grett suc
cess, and it is probable that enough inloney
will be subscribed to allow the work to be
begun at an early date. H.
.\lr. Isaie H orner, proipietor o: thte Biur
ton, Hlouse. BUrton, WV. Va., and one, of
the most widlely known tuien int the Ntate
was etnred of rheumitatim af1 ter 2rtreetrs
of sr,ffiering. H.- av: "I have not suf
ticien~tt comman 'i1of liauag to convey
anyt ide. of whai t I sufferetd, 2iy physlcians
till meI thiat n thingl coldl be idonte for mne;
.ni ty iendiLS were futiy cunvinced that
nothing' but deia t would relieve mel of m~y
suffering. In Juni, 1 1. .\Mr. Evans, then
itCdesuin foir tie \Vhte-linL Drug CII., re.
Comm iten ded C hatu berlain's P1lin Bilhn~. At
this time my 'fot anid limb i were swolleni
to tmore tharn double their norml:11 size andI
it selmed to me tmy leg wonuld burst, but
'0oon attel I biegan tusing the Pa1inli Bdo,
the swentinig bon~ toi i--ere,se. the' imin ti
leave, tindI now I cousi l-r that I anm en
:rely eured. For sale by R. B. Loryea,
Wiley ii. Bill Figures ill Excitingr
[JI E. N. in N-evs and Courler, 1sti:hist.)
A very unutstual conditioin of affairs
now exists nOt far fron Hlartsville, ini
thie western section of Darlinigt ont
Capiing11 an ti(ttlaw is SOinti~ines
nt ant eas v 21tat ter. atS ShIeri ii Sear
iborouttgh atnd ftis delput iies are ntowt
tiding ('ut. T wo yeairs aigo last Jatn
uary onet ,Jentk ins, at "foreign"~ detee
ive andil State contstabhle, twas abtnost
killed at Hartsville, thte parties
shoot ing at hitin thtrought the windowe
of htis roomn. Evidetnce agaitnst twoI
Kelly brothters, John adNew itt,
was direet anid overwhlehnintg. They
were arre'isted. tied and cotnvicted of
intout to kill atnd were 'enitenced to
the Penitentiary. Ani appea l to the
Suttpr'e2ne 'out ttas made, and, pend
lg thtis appieali, the Ke Ilvs were re
leased on bil~t . The Suplreel?(O Cout
dismtiissed th~e appeal atnd John Kell1y
is now ini thei P'eniletiary -ervini
his senitenee. iNewitt Ke. ltlv did tnt
urrendier~ to the? Shleriif: ntr has~ he
yet done SO. H is relatives andt friendsI
helpe d to hide Itimt int hisi- old ha.uts
anid for somie titme he- kept qutiet.
Recetly, htowever, lihe - has conuit
ted so manyhJ acts of lawlessness-such I
and making hired htands qut the
teds, preventintg the farm-r-, w ith
tlti --ull' and other lritteonia.un
ries. that his friends have had to turn
Sori 11' ca rborough was inotitied of
heliX s tp'rs and made an etort to
arrest himli whic i etfort failed.
1ast Thursday, having heard that
tc1V was at a ce'rtaii house, he or
-i'. t posse. consisting of Messrs.
W. l'. Hl. Ilmtypr ('rosswell, ('oin
stabde ('ltttin. lhert Searborougnh,
I. S. R fli 1,irrll See, ars. J. C.
.-r-. Luke ( it law. William
Sin iih a:il William Summ'ller. and11
a:nn'ti sa-llied forti.
Kelly wan seen aind heard front, but
he was not ca it ared. The plan. for
ltis captt re did not work, and the
nt are'- thev got to helly was about
: irva. Kelly ran, firing at his
pimrseis, who reti rned the lino.
Many shots were excianged, but no
one was iit.
Sheriff Stcrotgi narrowly es
caped :t xwell aimletI shot. tired by
Mrs. l vthy. the tinther of the ian lie
was tryinly to (aptiire. Kelly's
niephiewai'also did some sititnII tg. The
pursuit was kept up until sunset. No
u:.." v. ws captured, nor was any one
Kellv. the outlaw, was armed with
a rifle which belonged to the iilitary
coinnyt ii or::anized it tn this section
during t'he past three years. With
this weapon and with its ammunition
he fired. with intent to kill, upon the
State's uilicers who went to capture
Nor is this the most remarkable
part of this transaction. Rumor has
it that yesterday some more of this
sante a1intnuniitioni was conveyed to
Kelly. These statements come from
reliable men who live ini this section,
and show that despite the fact that
Kellv's owvn kindred and family have
repo-ted iis lawless proceedings to
the Sheriff, and are assisting in the
attempts made to affect his capture,
there are others who take a different
view of the matter. It may be of
interest to state here that it was re
ported that the constables who re
cently killed B. G. Kelly, in Chester
tield, were under the ilpression that
they were dealing with Newitt Kelly
when that shooting was done. Kelly
is still at large, but it is probable
that another posse will soon go for
Is absolutely essential to health. It is impos
sible to get it trim so-called "nerve tonics"
and opiate compounds. They have tempo
rary, sleeping effects, but do not CV RE. To
have pure blood and good health, take
Iood's Sarsaparilla. which has first, last,
and all the time. been advertised as jost
what it is - the best medicine for the bloo
ever produced. In fact.
Is the One True Blood Pulrifier. All druggists. St.
Hood's Pills constiatm. s enS
Are you interested in Low Prices?
We offer a spleLdid line at prices the
lowest yet named for strielty first
High grades in all departments.
True merit in every article. Honest
quaity everywhere. Just arrived,
ourfilling-ina stock, which still in
sures an immense assortment; noth
ing of importance missing, every
thing the best. The quality will tell
it. The price will sell it, and that is
the reason you should come and get
some of our bargains that await you
from our assortment of General M~er
handise. We can sell you Ladies'
and Gents' Gloria Silk Umbrellas for
50e., also an all Silk Ladie's:Umbrella
for 50c. You get this Umbrella for
half its value.
In the Dry Goods line we have just
received new fashuonable goods, and
offer them cheaper than usual on ac
count of the advanced season. In
Notions, etc., our line is complete
again and bargains offered. New
and latest styles in Ladies' and
Misses' Slitppet's at prices which will
cause you to wvonder. Ladies' Don
gola Shoes for $1.00, etc. A good
Satin Calf Shoe for men, only $1.00.
In fact, a full assortmnent of Shoes at
In Gents Furnishing Goods, such
as Shirts,Suspenders, Fine Neckwear,
etc., we claimn the lead.
WVe call vour attention to a lot of
Flowver Pots which we offer cheap.
Reliable Groceries alwvays on hand.
Just received, a carload of Tennes
see Wagons, one and two horse, will
be sold cheap for cash.
Remember we show all the latest
novelies in great profusion. We
keep the very rinest selections in all
stanard styles. We nuke it a point
to have every article in stock the best
of its kind. The dollar you spend
with us goes further, lasts loniger,
gets more style, gets more quantity,
gets more quality and dloes more
good in service, xvorth and wear than
ny money you, can spend. Our1
goods antd prices now waiting your1
inspectiont will prove this. Remem
ber we can make it to your interest
o give us part if not all your trade.
S. A. Rikgb.
4GENTS WANTED for Dr. Tlage's~
--The Earth Gjirdild" or his tamnousi
ort around the woriil. A thriil ng story
mtiion TFbl:.: book- sol d, and ''Th
artuh Grdled" i-s hi. latst and greatest.
Dtn i'itnotrmous: everybodyxwants this
-ao biook Only .. Big book, big
'1n11]] on, a ''od mi ~ne for workers.
1rei ei, frihtage pa? d, ot its free.
DOp :.1 trashI and en te King' of Books
in.!nn~k St ernth. Address for
Iutn and~ t,-ri.]tory 1P )EOES, 3041 Mar
kti Street, PhiiladeIiph Penn.
The Base Ball Season hasi
R. B. LORTEA
has received a full line of
+~ AND BATS.
R. 1B. Loryea.
21CN OF T HE O(L nFN MOlRTAR.
To the Public:
One of the largest., most complete and attractive storks
of Spring G oods ever hl'oiglt to the town of MIaining is now
o1)eed and ready to supply the demands of my customers at
The trading public is cordially i nvitetd to examine these
ood5. and prices are guaranteed to meet the most active
competition. If there is any virtue in goods (f silperior ia
lity, choice styles. and low prices. I am surely 11 a p)osition
Come and look at my Scotch Lawns. fast colors. from
4 1-2c. up. O()rgand1i0s. 6 i-1c. up. Nainsook, 6 1-4c. up.
Percales, Sc. up French Jaconets, solid colors in all shades.
All colors in i)ncks. Colored anI White l'iiques. W hite Mar
seilles. Dimities, Laces and milk rimings. Sateens, I)ress
Linens, Ginghams. Serges of every color and variety. Henri
ettas, Cashmeres, Beautiful Patter's in Jacquard Cloth. Cot
ton Suitings, Worsted Suitings, White Lawns. Cross Barred
Muslhns.. All the latest novelties in notions.
I have in stock a large and wll i td line of Millinery
including all the latest and most l.sionable designs in
Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmed tats and Bonnets, Ribbons.
Feathers. and all the little odds and ends that go to make up
a stylish piece of headgear. Millinery is '"special line" in
my store, and ladies will do well to call and inspect this
stock. They are sure to be pleased.
My stock of Shoes cannot be beat. I have them in all
grades, and sizes. Prices the very lowest compatible with
good goods. If you need anything in the Shoe line for Gen
tlemen, Ladies, Misses and Children time and money both
will be saved by looking over my stock. .
CLOTHING and GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
Every gentleman is now thinking of his new Spring Suit.
If you want to select from as fine and varied a stock of Cloth
ing as can be found in any of the large city stores, come in
and examine my stock.
STRA'W HATS in great numbers and in a variety of
shapes. Prices are so low that no one need go without one.
I have the largest line of Negligee Shirts in the county
and by buying in large- guantities am enabled to sell them at
very low prices. White Shirts, Laundered and Unlaundered,
Collars. Cuffs. Cravats, Stickpins and everything pertaining
to gentlemen's attire can be found at my store.
I can offer special bargains in Cottonades and all kinds
of Pant Stuffs.
GROCERIES, CROCKERY and HARDWARE.
My entire stock of Groceries was ordered before the re
cent advance in prices and my patrons shall have the benefit.
Hardware, Willow Ware. Saddlery and Crockery are
a feature in themselves where the farmer and the housekeeper
can find anything and everything that they may need.
Yours for trade,
232 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON S. C.
state AgEnts for the sale of
ng Gords, ie~te
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195ters t. Ba hretn .C
Pverivretatl MfCoiganufHatigtur. ingoi Cok o.adHetr
TH GROL. AINA OR CMA
Sucessorsh anBOD Blinds
19 at a - Caletn S. C.
Pe cia Mihanuf~1aulrisnga Preent
Doors, Ssh ~nd v~ B clds
748 toKn486 MEETING i ST .i.i ahn CHARLESTO , .C.
Al epi i g of th.i Wth
On the American and European Plan.
A DELIGHTFUL AND COMFORTABLE
PLACE FOR CO~UNTRY VISITORS.
SOL BOWMAN, JR., Prop.
X- ]X-. CLMA.,NC]E0 , MO aager.
King Street (Business Centre of City),
Caeariesto2a, s. C.
Rates $2 and $3 Per Day.
OFFICE COt N'TY SUPERVISOR, (
Manning, S. C., Jan. 20th, 189.-The
County supervisor's office will be open on
Saturday of each week, for the transaction
of businessi. '1'Le other days of the week I
will be out of my office attending to roads
T. C. OWENS,
Office Superintendent of Education,
Clarendon County. j
IUntil further notice I will be iii my office
every Saturday. from a. mn. to 1 'in., and
from 2 p. in., to 5 p. mi. Other days will be
spent in visiting the schools.
W. S. RICHBOURG.
Supt. Education, C. C.
Manning, S. C., Feb. 1st 1S97.
- BROCKINTON -
HAS A FULL LINE
Ice Cold Soda Water
and Milk Shakes
UP TO DATE.
J L. Wi1soii,
THE HOME MUTUAL FIRE PRO
OF S. C.
Protects from Fire, Wind, and
Land Surveying and Leveling.
I will do Surveying, Etc., in Clarendon
and adjoining Counties.
Call at office or address at Samter, S. C.,
P. 0. Box 101.
JOHN R. HAYNESWORTH.
Bank of Manning
MANNINO, 8. C.
Transacts a general banking busi
Prompt and special attention given
to depositors residing out cf town.
All collections have promipt atten
Business hours from 9 a. mn. to
3 p. in.
A. LEVI. Cashier.
liO.!Ii ny IRiECTO~s.
M. LEVI, S. A. RIzUY
J. W. McLEOI, W. E. B~owY,
S. 31. NIxsEx, JosEPHr Si'uor,
To Consumers of Lager Beer:
The Geruia Urew~-ing Comipany, of
Cha.reston, S. C., have madle arrangements
with the South Carolina State authorities
by which ther are enabled to fill orders
from consumers for shipments of beer in
any~ quvantity at the following prices:
Plfnts, pa;tent s.toppe r , 4. per doz--n.
Four dozen pints in crte, S2.2 per crate.
Exports, pints, ten dozen in barrel, 39.
It will be necessr''o consumersi or
parties order:nt etm h eri o
privatce(cusuU u.:on W ifer special
ates for then sh..ne~. This beer is
uarnteed pure mad of the choicest hops
nd malt11, an :srcoeended by the
ed ical fr;:terty. Send tot us for a trial
SER MA NIA
In accordance with an Act of the
General Assembly, it becomes my
duty to inform the public of the foi
it is unlawful to fish with nets or
gigs, or set traps, or shoot fish with
any kind of gun, in any of the fresh
waters. rivers, creeks. lakes or other
streams in Clarendon, Chesterfield,
Georgetown, Horry. Marion, Marl
boro and Richland Counties between
the first day of May and the first day
of September; punishment, a fine of
twenty dollars, one half to be paid
informer, or thirty days imprison
Any person killing, injuring or de
stroying any fish in the fresh waters
of this State by the use of dynamite,
giant powder, or other explosive ma
terial. shall be punished by a fine of
not more than one hundred dollars,
or imprisonment not more than six
months, or both, in the discretion of
It is unlawful for the inhabitants
of any County but Colleton and
Berkeley, to fish for profit without
obtaining a license therefor.
Hunting. fishing or shooting on
Sunday is punished by not more than
fifty dollars fine or thirty days im
Any violation of the preceding fish
law is punished by from ten to one
hundred dollars fine, one-half
to be paid informer, or imprisoned
from ten to thirty days for the first
offense: but for the second offense
the punishment shall be one to five
hundred dollars fine, one-half to be
paid the informer, or thirty days to
six months imprisonment.
All of the fish laws must be enforced
by the Supervisor and Township
.t sworn official I will discharge
my duty, but I hope there wil' be no
necessity to invoke the aid at the
law. ' "
T. C. OwENs,
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 ear 1897:
Hawkers and Peddlers..........$15.00.
Stoves and Ranges..............$25.00.
Lightning Rods....... ......$25.00.
Clocks and Watches..............$25.00.
Pianos and Organs..............$25.00.
Horses and Mules...........$50.00.
All persons engaging in the above men
tioned occupations must procure a 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 regular Deputies, t.o, and every citi
zen may, demand and inspect the ucense
of any hawker or peddler in his or their
county, who shall come under the notice
of any of said officers, and to arrest or
cause to be arrested, any hawker or ped
dler 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 law.
By order of board.
T. C. OwEys,
Manning, S. C., April 5. 1897.
The To vunship Boards of Commis
sioners of public highways of Claren
don County will take notice that
they are hereby required to instruct
each of the overseers in their respect
ive townships, to stake off their re
spective roads and notify any per
sons plowing or otherwise obstruct
ing the public roads within said
stakes will be required to answer as
directed by law. By order of the
T. C. OWENS,
MannngMayCh. Bd. Sup. C. C.
The State of South Carolina,
Notice is hereby given that in ac
cordance with an Act of the General
Assembly, the books for the registra
tion of all legally qualified voters,
wvill be open at the court house, be
tween the hours of 9 o'clock, a. mn.,
and :3 o'clock, p. in.. on the first Mon
day of each month and for three suc
cessive days, until thirty days be
fore 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. G RI FFIN,
E. D. HODGE,
Supervisors of Registration.
Manning, S. C.. January 1st 1897.
Under instructions from the State Board
of Education, a teachers' examination will
be held in the court hous on Friday. June
:25th TIhe County Board will also meet
for the transaction of any other business
that way come buefore it.
W. S. lucrsar.
Co. Supt. of Ed.
W H EY YOU COME
TO TOWN CALL AT
Which is fitted up with an
eye to the comfort of his
IN ALL STYLES,
SH AVING AND
Done with neatness and
dispnatch..... .. ..
A cordial invitation
is extended. . .
A. B. GALLOWAY.