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'L LISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY. JULY s 1907.
Yours for the cash,
W. E. JENKINSON. -
Get cool at Brockinton's.
The McLeod stores are rapiily nearing
Dr. C. B. Geiger has returned from his
The crops of Clarendon are said to be
the finest since the war.
See notice of Clarendon Tobacco Ware
house and Supply Company.
A colored teacher's institute is being held
in the court house this week.
Julius Duraut, colored, has been ap
pointed postmaster at Packsville.
Buy your ice at Huggins' market.
Dr. Abe Weinberg, of Camden has been
on a pleasant visit to his parents.
Mr. Jno. A. Burgess, of Macon, Ga., is
spending his vacation in Manning.
How common it is for "brothers" to give
their sisters fine watches and chains.
New crop turnip seed for sale. R. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
Several of our young men spent last Sun
day in the hospitable village of Jordan.
B. M. Badger & Co., of Summerton, nave
dissolved partnership. Read the notice.
Two new hardware stores ought to mean
cheap hardware this fall for the consumers.
Now is the time to get cheap dress goods
at E. c. Horton's.
Rev. and Mrs. J. 0. Gough returned from
their vacation in North Carolina last week.
Hon. J. F. Rhame, wife and niece left
last Thursday for the mountains of North
Miss Mollio Avant and her mother left
yesterday for Florence, where they will
The Manning Academy will open Mon
day, September 6, with Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook
and Major J. B. McLean as teachers.
Tbe town council are havidg some good
work done on the hills that were washed by
the recent rains.
- The sanitarfcOndition of the~ town has.
to the board of health.
Who can 'beat it? Mr. Ri. H. Davis
bronght us last Wednesday a musk melon,
weighing 20 3.4 poun ds.
Crushed Fruits served at Brockinton's
Mr. Joseph Loryea, of St. Matthews,
with his daughter, is visiting at the home
of his father, Mr. A. Loryea.
Miss Lucie Barron and her brother, Dr.
C. W. Barron, of Mayesville, have gone on
a pleasure trip to Tampa, Fla.
Miss Ahine Iseman, of Spartanburg, a
grand-daughter of 31r. Mloses Levi, is visit
ing her aunt Mrs A. Weinberg.
Ice for sade at Huggins' market.
Mr. B. A. Johnson has monved temnpora
rily into one of the Walker stores until he
can have his store thoroughly repaired in
WVe are under obligations to Mr. A. L.
Chavis for the finest bead of cabbage we.
have seen this season; it weighed 11 1-2
Physieal stren-;th and energy contribute
to strength of character, and both may be
had by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Hon, .E. M. Seabrook, member ot the
General Assembly from Charleston is in
Manning visiting~ his father-in-law, -Rev.
Re--. and Mrs. W. B. Duncan, of Allan
dale, have been visiting relatives in town.
Rev. Duncan has returned, but Mrs. Dun-.
can will remain longer.
E. C. Horton is selling out his entire
stock of summer dress goods at cost.1
.The cotton crop throughout the County
is said to be flne, and there yet appears no
reason why cotton snould bring a smaller
price than it did last fall.I
We again call attention to the fact that
the property owners of this town mnst
make their towvn tax returns. Tbe last day
is July 31st. Penalty goes on from that
Attention, Baseball Clubs ! Full line of
Baseballs anat Bats at R. B. Loryea's.
Out of seven applicants who presented
themselves be*'ore the State Pharma~ceutical
Board of Examiners, only two passed, one
of them being Mr. Willie zdridley, formerly
of Jordan, this County.
The young folks' Social Circle had an
interesting meeting last wveek at the rest
dence of W. Scott.Harvin. It was an his-i
torical meeting, and some good papers were
read, especially fine was "A History of the
Circle" by Miss Sallie Stokes. Tao next
meeting will be ot a similar nature.
Go to ~Brockinton's for whatever you
The sacrament of the Lord's Supper will
be administered at the Manning Presly
terian Church next Sunday. Rev. C. M.
Richards will preach on Friday, Saturday:
and Sunday. Rev. John G. Law is ex
pected on Monday, to preach several days.
The town clerk must have in~ tife town
tax zeturns by July 31st. On the first day
of August he is required to hand in the re
turns to the council for their inspection.
after which he will be instructed to place
on the books with penalty attache d these
who have failed to make their returns.
Pupils will Lbe coached in the Manning
Academy in any particular study prepara
tory to entering college.
Read Harvin &\ Barron's advertisement.
This is a husthing firm and they are mak
ing things move. W\hen you come to tow r
go in and see them; they keep an ele~gaatu
assorted stock of general merchanu~ise andi
they always give their p~atrous p'romnpt and
polite attention. Mr. A. I. Uarron the
junior member of the firm is the manager
of the business, and by his strict attention
to business. wtatching and studying its
every detail, he has already made a success.
Fresh turnip seed, ali kii:ds. R. B. Lor
ea, the (lrnagist.
Capt. . J. l'raaa lef't herI 1onay
wanig ".;Cese. fr~o:tl wh' i twn, ':e
comnied byS::::o ;rc, wll taker a
p to\ ( .1n
pleasuire t: ip throughl North: Ca.rtli:. .:nd
V irginia. Theyined akn in Fortres
M'onrlo, \a,, :m- while the ty will visit
the ce in wh ih Jl .erson I'avIs was it
p"risona t' a to \1at. W 10" to
have a stkteto the trit fr lm C.i'-. Iii: .
banm on his r-:'r.
Our narcha' ' ' xi'e, a d tr>
this fall. Man'"in is nw al i1t rtail
market and there is tro n1'. of i'i"p to
ing to other m.artst I' t tla- thipr
chases. A f'w yrs :l ther: wasit-.. at
rush every fail of (artalon folks to other
markets because th-y Coald not 'et whalt
they wanted Iin Manning, but now tiher: i
no use of this sinct our merchants Carry
full lin-es and ma:n y lhand re is of doll's of
Manning's legitin:ate trade has bcen turned
back to our towvn. And what Las done thie
Advertising in TuE Tr1_s.
Ices, S I~aks and Coca-Cola and Sodas at
The r;i' sedt .arg rilk Vault is being
built in the Cler oou ('s orie, under
the suphEivit' cf P e Mc(Ivtr c ontraetors,
of Sumter. It is fn. that the ttult will
(ost neh mt ore thian ws .t nt irst estimuated
and, that the brick and ste w'rk with 1t
necessary furitnu e wii ctost sou:ethitlg
over $2,3li. 'his st"::s like n enortios
expense, and yet the records were aluoct
totally unprotected before. It will 1roh
ably be necessarv for our representautivts
to create a sinkintg fund to be c 'lected ott
Of the ta.es for the next two year' to meet
Laltks, go to E. C. Horton for bargains.
It makes u aIgh to hear some our local
political -ritics talk: they know just how
every nan in this County wi vote and
their wonderful minds extend beyond the
County hnes, too: by some mysterious
grape vine telegraphy, information
reaches them and, of course, their favorite
candidate is away ahead of everybody eise.
But it does seem strange that with this
wonderful fund of information about the
Congressional situatio:t, they sen to
wince when they find a man who differs
with them and expresses that differ nce of
"Last summer one of our grand-children
was sick with a -severe bowel trouble," says
Mrs. E. G. Gregory, of Frederickstown,
Mo., "our doctor's remedies had failed,
then we tried Chamberhin's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, which gave very
speedy relief." For sale by R. B. Loryea,
"A home paper is in no sense a child of
charity; it earns twice over every dollar it
receives, and is second to no enterprise in
contributing to the up-bui!ding of a town
ox communtty," says a Western weekly.
Its patrons reap far more benefits from its
columns tl:an do the rrblishers. and in
calling for the support of the people of the
comintunity in which it is published, it asks
no more than in all fairness belongs to it,
though it sometimes receives much less."
No greater truth was ever penned, and yet
the local patrons of a home paper (o not
appreciate it. Some of them seem to have
an idea that when they patronize a home
paper they are contributing to charity or
doing a personal favor; they do not give
their patronage because it is a paying busi
ness investment. A home paper is one of
the most thankless institutions in a corn
The academy will open on Monday, Sep
tember G. The services of Major J. i.
McLean. a teacher of thorough experience
in academic work has been engaged as a
Pupils will be prepared for Clemson,
Rock Hill, or any other college. No extra
charge for Latin, French, or book-keeping.
For the past fifteen years the academy
has been under the same jurisdiction, em
poying only the best teachers and giving
:omplete satisfacton to patrons.
Major McLean is a Christian gentleman,
well known int the community, and patrons
m:ay entrust their children in the academy.
feeling assured that they will receive care
ful training and instruction.
EtuA C. lu~sanook,
Irrigration for' Manninag.
ditor AzsssisG Tnrzs:
Prof. J. A. Holmes, State Geologist of
orth Carolina writing to Governor Rtusse-li
rom Phonix, Ariz., June 25, says:
"Dear Sir-While en route for the Den
vr mining convention, I am spending a
ew days among the Arizona mines, and
ave to-day availed myself of an opportun
ity to examine the maethods of irrigation
latced on the trucking and stock farms
ero about Phoanix. Information gouined
s to two points will interest you.
"(I.) By irrigating these lands to such
n extent as to keep themi fairly mniist
hese farmers here raIse front eight to
leveh tons of alfalfa (or lucern) hay per
cre, cutting from three to five crops of~
ay, and then pasturing the same field for
a nionthi or twvo in the late arntumn or early
winter. ***The farmers here suggest
sowing the seed in October: * *'* he
afafa hay is baled and shipped to adjoin-i
ng States for both horses and cattle,
'(2.) I find here that by irrigating
heir strawberry fields the vines continue
o bear all summer long in spite of the in
ense heat. I vistted one truck farm where
he strawberry vines are now yielding de
icious fruit in abutidance, and the owner
ld rnc that these same vines had been
ielding berries for the market since
arch; and he added thatt he expected to
be selling berries for two or three months
ong'r. Another trucker told me that he
a made la-t year on three acres of straw
erries, irrigated in this way, $1,700 after
aginag every expense connected with the
uivation, irrigation and markcting of the
Now, why cannot the thousands of gal
Ions of water, daily running to waste from
the several artesian wells in town be util
zed in the cultivation of nlialfa (lucecn)
.d strawberries? Who will make the ex
inhrop Colleere Scholatrshiips and
The examinations for the award of vacant
~choarships in Winthtrop College an.I for
:he admnission of new students wvill be bell
it the County court house on August 13, at
Applic.ants must not be less than fliteen
ears of age. When scholarships are va
zate i:after August 13, they xwill be awairde1
:o those making the hightest average at this
Trho cost of attendance, ineiud:ng board,
urished room,. heat, ii.:ht and washing is
nly $S.50 per month. For further inform
ttion and a catalogue, address,
President D. B. Jotnsso:;,
lRock Hill, S. C.
Irbly's Record While Senator-.
Senator MecLaurin made a strong point
a~inet (Co'.nel Irty at Union last MIonday
v showing up the latter's record wvhile
nitd Staxtes Senator. The r'ecotrd of Sen
tor Irby is certatinly not one that wvill win
or him m any of South Carolina's voters,
:hat is, if the voters are unwiling to en
le-e negligence of duty. In order thtt
tr rederis mayv be f''tuiliar with the v-ery
or reco'd m't'le by the man'n whlom1 they
inee trusted ando d '2 'id not appreciate
h't trust, we ereth repr i~'oduce Co:onel
tby's icord ast compiled from the publi
Frtesin52d ('ongre-is convene.l De
v t e 7, 181 Sentor Irby wxas absent.
s first vote wxas' eant Jatnuar 5. Numiber
)f votes cast thaseio . atorx Irby
oted 13;: did not vote, 76; was not paired,.
. By the record of his votes he was pres
nut. but six day.
The seiond session of th~e 521 Coneess
)egan Dece , her 5, 1892. Senato" Irby wa's
ot present. Nutmber of votes take-.n t'hat
:sion 75. Sena'tor Irby voted, 1; ditd not
*ot, 51; was not paired. 41, dmd not 'an
'er to cali of Sena'te, (. The hnd bill
The ilrst eession of the 53d Congress was
aiet to repeal the purchasing clause of
hc b'hermatn bli t was an imp'ortant
~esson and calka for' the loyatl stupport of
1 trite triends of silver. It began August
7, 10i3. NumbLer of votes taken that ses
ln, 49. Nl niitor Irby' voted, 19); did not
ecne, :30; not jaired, 22, (did not ans~ver to
ali of Senate, 52. 'Tbis was the muost im
Tht : e r* e .-nd seim of the 531 U ,nnen
e V. -j -'m e . 1 .%3. S~h'':1 ) en::t"1r Irb:)
wa, I'. .t -a t Nom r -: t v - 111k
. 1. , 1 :
at . : a a p a.r 3 Tb . rerd
of. h . .- vot 1 ,:: l t .. ;h:t:t:.l. day ::tend
,. :, 1: .,,i. :;" e r
bewtn Dec::! c 7 . 1800 SeI :r Iw
o '"I n N of Vot ta tha:
S~e I ~ ip.. i. 7 "hit ' li ~t;;'
s's' iI.. . 'i t
vo:e, 42: was not pairtd, 27: did not an
swer to, call: of the Senate. 44. The Sen-teI
con.end Deie' Ilwr 7. 1S96: his first vote
w::s reco,,rdedt Fevbruary 3, 1>97.
ecap1ita'ation Tie whole number of
votes taken in the Senate during Senator
Irby's tern was 7195. Senator Irby voted,
249; did not vote, 54G; was not paired, 369;
-iid not answer to calls, 253. The above is
the- wor.t record that can be found against
any sound, healthy man that ever satin the
Senate of the United States. It is a record
of the grossest ncgii ence that any State
ever received from one of her Senators.
The votes given above as not pared are
taken when no announcement of a pair is
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen &
Co., Chicago. and get a free sample box of
Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will
convince you of their merits. These pills
are easy in action, and are particularly ef
fective in the cure of constipation and sick
headache. For malaria and liver troubles
they have been proved invaluable. They
are guaranteed to be perfectly free from
every deleterious substance and to be pure
ly vegetable. They do not weaken by their
action, but by giving tone to stomach and
bowels greatly invigorate the system. Reg
ular size 25c. per box. Sold by R. B. Lor
The co-partnership heretofore existing,
composed of the undersigned, has this day.
July 1. 1S97, been dissolved by mutual
consent. B. M. Badger withdraws from
the arw, and A. Plumer Burgess will con
tinue the business in his own name.
All parties owing us will make payment
to A. Plumer Burgess.
A. Pluner Burgess assumes and will pay
all debts due by us. We take this oppor
tunity to thank our friends for their past
patronage, and ask a continuance of the
same for the new concern.
B. M. B.DGER, M. D.
A. PtrMEu BrnGEss.
St. Mark's Church and 2 acre lot, located
in Williamsburg county, just over Claren
don line. Good stand for store. Apply to
W. T. P. c PROTT.
Foreston, S. C.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
CniLEs'oN, S. C., May 16, 197.
On and after this date the following
passenger schedule will be in effect:
No. 78 No. 32
Lv Charleston, 5.30 A. M. 5.00 P. M1.
Ar Lanes. 7.05 "' 6.36 "
Ar Florence, 8.25 "' 755 "
No. 23 No. 35
Lv Florence. 8.00 P. M1. 3.35 A. M1.
Ar Lanes, 9.15 " 4.48 "
Ar Charleston, 10.50 - 6.20 "
W. C. &A.
North-Bound. Train No. 54.
Lv Columibi, 5.50 A. M1.
Lv Wedge tiel:i, 6.53"
iby S'imter, 7.15 "'
Lv Mayesvilie. 7.31 ",
Ar Fiorence, 8.35,
Sonth-Boun d. raiin No. 5.
Lv Florence, 8.00 P. M.
Lv Mayesvilie, 8.45 "
-Ar Sumter, 9.12 "
Ar Wedgetield, 9.33 "
Ar Columbia, 10.35 "
CENTRAL Rl. R. OF SO. CAROLINA.
Lv Charleston, 7.00 A. Al.
Lv Lanes, 8.2 ,"
Lv Greeleyville, 6.40"
Lv Forestor., 8.49 "
Lv Wilson's Mill, 8.5G6
Lv Manning, 9.05
Lv Alcolu, 9.1)
Lv B3rogdon, 9.2 "l
Lv W. & S. Junct., 9.32
Ar Sumter. 9.35 "
Ar Columbia, 10.5
Lv Colum bia, 3.15 P. M.
Lv Sumter, 6 42 "
Lv W. &S.Jnnet. 6 43 "
Lv Brogdon, 6.56 "
Lv Alcolu, 7.01 "
Lv Matnning, 71
Lv Wilson's Mill, 7.19"
Lv Foreston, 7.26 "
Lv Greeleyvillo, 7 36 "
Ar Lanes, 7.48 "'
Ar Charleston, 9 25 "'
:dAMCHIESTER & AUGUsTA R .R.
Lv Sumter, 4.40 A.M
Lv Privateer, 4.54 "
Lv Pinewvood, 5.5 "
Lv Remini, 5.11
Lv Orangeburg, 5.5
Ar Denmark, 6 30 "
Lv Denmark, 4.55 P. M.
Lv Orangeburg, 5.25"
Lv Rtemini, 6.06
~ Lv Piniewood, G.16
Lv 1Privateer, 6.27 "
Ar 8umnter, 6.40 "
Are ihe Telegraph System of the holy. extending
from the brain to every" part of the system.
Nerves are fed by the blood, and are. thera
fore. like it - weak and tired if the
blood is thin. pae. impure -
Nerves are strong andl steady. there Is no
neura.:a. Iran is unclouded-if the
blood is rich. rii and pure.
Nerves find a true friend in hood's sarsapa
rilla, bhecause it makes rich, red blood,
gives good appetite and digestion.
Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1.
cure all Liver Ills and
Hood's Pills Sick11leadache.-.;,cents.
Are vou interested in Low Prices?
We offer a splentli:1 line nt ;prices the
lowest N., nameAi for strielty first
High grtalcs in all <lep:artments.
True merit in eveiv article. Honest
quality everywh ere. Just ti arrived,
our'filling-in stock, which still in
sures an ianense assortm ent; noth
ine- of importance missing, every
thing the !Lest. 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 cau assortment of General Ier
chandise. We can sell you Ladies'
and Gents' Gloria Silk 'Umbrellas for
50c., 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 fashionable goods, and
offer them cheaper than usual on ac
count of the advanced season. In
Notions, etc., our line is complete
again antd bargains offered. New
and latest styles in Ladies' and
Misses' Slippers at prices which will
cause you to wonder. Ladies' Don
gola Shoes for $1.00, etc. A good
Satin Calf Shoe for men, only $1.00.
In fact, a full assortment of Shoes at
In Gents Furnishing Goods, such
as Shirts,Suspenders, Fine Neckwear,
etc., we claim the lead.
We-call your attention to a lot of
Flower Pots which we offer cheap.
Reliable Groceries always 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
novelties in great profusion. We
keep the very linest selections in all
standard styles. We make it a point
to have every article in stock the best
of its kind. The dollar you spend
with us goes forther, lasts longer,
gets more style, gets mere quantity,
gets more quality and does more
good in service, worth and wear than
any money you can spend. Our
goods and prices now waiting your
inspection will prove this. Remem
ber we can make it to your interest
to give us part if niot all your trade.
S. A. Rijoby.
Pritnary Election Managers.
OFricE COU-~r CHUPENt,
DEMoemcITC ExectTnvfc ComnImErE,
31annaing, S. C., July 14, 1897.
Following is a list of the managers ap
pointed by the County Democratic Exeer.
tive Committee for the primary election to
be held August 31, 1897, and for the second
primary to be held two weeks later, if said
second primary election be necessary.
Polls open fronm S a. mn. to 4 p. mn.:
Clarenidon- W. T. Lesestie, W. E. Dan
iels, D. R. L!oyd.
Cross Roads-J. 31. Davis, J. F. itich
bourg, J. S. Davis.
Doctor Swampi-I. N. Tobias, S. F. Par
ker, C. J. Hlecy.
Douglass-W. J. T1urbieville, A. J. Hick",
Foreston---T. L. Btgnal, John H1. Dos
well, C. M 3laison.
Foreston Reform-C. T. Rtidge-way, J. H.
Earnes, Rt. S. Johnson.
Fork-I. L. Logan, Jal:e Havin, J. D.
Fulton-D. F. Lide, A. L. Burkett, H. 1B.
Harmony-A. HI. D). Chandlier, J. D. Dan
iel", -lohnt G. Plowdlen.
.Johmt-.J. WV. Cark, iR. C. P'lowden, C.
MatIiog-J.I H. leKntight. F. 31. EXen
bow, O. LE. Weber.
Maning F. P.-J. E. Kelley, J. D.
Alsbrtook . Walter .Johnsen.
Midway-J. M.i Playr, W. F. Harring
ton, H. J. Whieler
New Town . H. Curry, G. T. Wor
N-wc Zon-A. I.' kin, T. M. Becard, J.
P ine-wootd--L. A. Graham, .J. it Griflin,
A,. P. Rain.
Pakvil-J. W. McCaulc-y, Ri. C. Lack
ey, W. N. Stukes.
Saummexrton -W.. W. Cost;rey, 11. L. Brun
son, H. A. T1isdaie..
Trinity--l. R. Johnson, J. W. Hluggins,
A. M. White.
One of t::e muanagers fromt each cluib will
call fthe b. xes Frida, 27th day of
August. and th-e presidents will send in a
certilied copy e; theitr club rolis by the
managcr e,-nmuy i* r the box.
A. J.. Rtzt.u-rna.. Counnty Chairman.
See. Coe. Ex. Coat.
W HE N YOU COME
TO TOWN\V CALL AT
Which is titt - up with ,an
eye to the comfotrt of his
customers.... .. ..
IN ALL STYLES,
SH AVING AxN
S H A M POOINGi
Done with neatness and
dispteb.. .. ...,.
A cordial invitation
i ended. .
A. B. GALLOWAT.
The anntual meeting of tie Clarendon
Tobacce Warehouse and Supply Company
will be hel at the tobacco warehouse on
luesday August 3, at 12 o'clock noon, for
the election of directors and such othe:
business as may be brought before it.
13 L. W\Iv uws Mmr.
The Base Ba 1 . - '-as
arrived, an . B r'Le
has received I
ply ofT. W. Woo L
Sones' Prz ea oth
crni Grown Turnip Seed.
.To ;t :.toodl r'ults- anxtd ai
arly erop low is the time1W to plant.
n.; b;. Lorvea;
SICN CF THE GOLDEN MORTAR.
J. L. Wjlsoi,
THE HOME MUTUAL FIRE PRO
OF S. C.
Protects from Fire, Wind, and
South Carolina College,
Coinmbii, S. C.
Se.<sion begin. September 2Sth. C,,s(eal
Literary, Scientitie, Normal and Law
Courses, with Diploma. Specia! Courses,
with Certificates. Board S a month. Tc
tal necessary expenses for the year (excl
sive of travcliine, clothing arid cooks), from
$113 to 5153. Wo mLen aditted to all
For farther info r.- .tia. ::dare.s the
resie:ar, I C. ',VJDWARD.
Notice to Work Roads.
The township boaris ate hereby required
to order out the hani. and have the roads
worked; to level down a li surrows that
have been plowed into th o roals and cut
down any cropis that might he growing in
the pubic roads.
Manning., S. C.. J:dv 2u. 1:1.
OfileSuperint.r an 'n
Claremal i: . ..
Until further no I- cfIcc
every Saturday, and
from 2 p. Iu., to l,. b -
spent in visitin the
Manning, S. C., K I. i . ~
In accordance with an Act of the
General Assembly, it becomes my
duty to inform the public of the foi
It is unlawful to Sish 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, Rlorry, Marion, Marl
boro and Richland Counties b)etween
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 perscn killing, injuring or tde
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 bo0th, in the discretion of
Hunting, fishing or s~hooting on
Sunday is punished by not more than
fifty dollars fine or thirty days im
Any violation of the preceding fis t
law is punished by from ten to on
hundred dollars line, one-half
to be paid informer, or imprisoned
from ten to thirty dav-s for tile first
offense; but for 'the~ seond offense
the punishment shall be one to five
hundred dollars fine, one-half to be
paid the informer, or thirty days toi
six months imprisonment.
All of the fish laws must he enforced
by the Supervisor and Township
As a swvorn offi'eial I will discharge.
my duty, but I hope there will be no
necessity to invoke the aid of the
T. C. OwE.NS,
HAS A FULL LINE
Ice Cold Sda..
UP TO DA iL.
AT BROCK iIToiR~
Ice Creaii aiid Soda.
I am prepared to furnish Itce Cream
in all quautities to families at all
hours upon short notice.
I use Pure Frtuit Syrupis for Soda
Water and M1ilk Shakes.
Giv-e me some of vaeur patronalg-.
J. CALVIN BOYD.
Opposite Iaptist Chureb.
Of All Kinds
Done at this Office.
WIl l 'ifllS. I
Pa am ele 'Il
e 1i111 moll ey.
:_ i wukdn't be in
1 oB l o
I I(")11_ : ill atl l l neilCC
8 ~i; I' ',"1. mehi be 1ne
thi i r er silver and
ter ei o \tale a:lc on- o
My motio is che1ap gods
and hojest bairgains to all,
anl tak= ativanllt~a'e of none if
I know it.
How lto von like that prin
iple? Very well. of course.
Thein remember it this fall and
coliie to see me.
If nothing happens I will bc
in the now brick store next to
McLeod's coner, and will have
a general line of Merchandise,
which I will offer as low as
goods can reasonably be sold.
I have already bought most
of my fall stock, which will
be in next month, about the
time I occupy my new store.
You are most cordially in
vited to call on mo.
hours very truly.
J. HARRY LE8E8NE.
IN '(eoIDA'NCE WITH SECTION
1-1 i!: General statutes of sonth
tarolint, th Ccuty Board of Commis
o t e lst Monday in
pi ted ti 1 oing schle. e of
1 t e r t s. .. ..... 15.00.
. . ..$ .. . . . 25.00.
3 . ....25.00.
-c = .- . . . . . . . 25.00.
S.. .............. 25.00.
........... $... 25.00.
.. . . . . . S25.00.
n s ... ..... ......$-0.00.
-- . ng:ging in the above mnen
rust procrre a license
)e liale to punishment
-...-...ty of "very Magistrate
* :u d of the Sheriti and
- : Deuties, t>, and every citi
.....,.d.:::ed an inspect the heensce
he or pedal"r in his or their
ourtv, wvi. shall comet2 und.er the noti ce
anv ofrt said oic-rs, and to arrest or
anst 't Vreed any' hawker or ped
ler foa w!: .n a gooCd .and valid li
en' arm*.t 6:!a suc hawker or ped
Sier befote neares .ct Magistratte to be
eitw acording to taw.
I .y orde~r ct oa.
T. C. OwEns,
M.:an ing. S. C ., April 5. 1887.
The Township ]3oards of Commnis
ioners of publie highways of Claren
on County will take notice that
they are hereby required to instruct
each of the overseers in their respect
ie townships, to stake ofT their re-I
Spective roads and notify any per
sons plowing or otherwvise obstruct
ing the public roads within said
stakes wvill be required to answer as
rirected by law. By order of the
T. C. OwEns,
Chi. Bd. Sup. C. C.
Manning, May 25.
I am now selling out nmy
entire stock of Summner
RESS COOD8 AT COST.
When I say Cost, I mean
-I will sell you a 36-inch
Percale at 6 1-4c., worth
A niice article of Percale,.
36 inches, for Tec.
A Nice Lawn sold at 20c..
I will sell at 15c. per* yd.
12 1-2c. Lawns at 10c.
10ec. Lawns at 8 1-3c.
5e. Lawns at 4c. and 4e.
Lawns at 2 1-2c.. and all
bii:cr Sumnmer Goods1
strctiV at cost.
. .latest imuprov-ed,
no!Ils at cost Ifor
ud get ur coe.
O c. Horton.
RE 8TRATION NOTIWE.
He Stt of South Carolina,1
\ric is hereby given that in ae
-ort.'nce w ith an Act of the (4eneral
AcudbI". it books for the regzistra
n (of all legally qual ilied voter.
wie tno'en at -he court house. be
ween th'e houre of 1 o'clock. a. m.,
udi :* o'eiek p. t.L. on the Iirst Mon
lav~ ot eaich mionthi and for three sue
-'.ivte days, until thirty days h~e
ore the next general election. Minors
ho s.ha ll heeomec of age during that
eriod oi thirty days, shall be en
t ed to registration before the
ooks. are closed. if otherwise qual
(4. T. WORSHAM.
E. D. IOD)G E.
Supervisors of Registration.
Mr .an, S. C Jnnnary 1st 1897.
to call at i in 1 i m :1 .: : . : T h hat w: are selling
s:hepad r ::::y : s )cr than any
'-.U "1 In b:1l a il a li: A.s' ' au- Children's
Couani that must be scIl in the nett few day at a sacrifice
in order to make room for our large stock of Clothing now
.ome bargDains in Lauie s ress Goods. Lawns, 4c. per
aid Caico:-, C. vad; Peeles 6 1-2e. and 7c. per
ard; ,; igurc Naiusoofs, sab:i for 10c., onl G 1--e. per yard.
L E eie., :at gre:aly r(d uie pries.
If you wishi to purehas a 1ire Parasol or Umbrella cheap
h* criain to g s call.
Yes. andl they are heing sold ry c'p.
XI: ~ ~ L li S.ii : r _'s th... sobil I. n l. '.. r.(. and1 50ct.
Lli.. . S :i tha. s ! r $.3 :v
A zoi L:.' *sh- for 1. 00 anti -01.25.
AVio,..\ian's She for t01.001, $I.2; and $i.5).
k4 W ean offer you some big inducernients in the way of
Coffees and Tobaccos.
Cosee :at 04~ 1 2 1. -Ge.., . 50.and 200.
The 15e. Green Coffee c::nnot hn eq:iallcd anywhere for the
Do you wish a bicvcle? If :. e;-! aal, se us.
HARVIN & BARRON
232 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON S. C.
State Agcnts for the S o
Wholesac ,-. - Tin Plate,
'l~t :. , ' ? ~r~- > am' "i i ;Tinnters,'
\ / Suplies
FoisiiJl- " . . Galvan
in Go- isizedGutter
Oil \and Pipe.
Over 200 d.uerent -ty e. of Cookn_ and IIeating, Stores. Aso Oil Cookers and Heater
We want the leain e -rchant in every town in the State to sel our line of Stavos.
;e uarantee u protection in his terr:tory to each agent we apoint If not sold in
your town send to us for cuts and prices.
THE CAROLINA ROCIYCOMPAN
Successors of BOYD BROS.
THOMAS WILSON, President.
195 East Bay - - Charleston, S. C.
Percival Manufacturing Co.
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
748 to 486 MEETING ST.. CHARLESTON, S. C.
ign1 0f the Bi Watch,
SUMT~st. : : S. C.
---- mGT( UNE OF --.
~~ Birthday, Wedding and Ghristmnas Presents
XI ~ - WATCHES, DIAMONDS
2ieSeln Si ics Optical Goods,
1 a nm,1i2osa t z is, Leine NedIas, etc
8918The ermaia lrewing Company, of
BankwithMa!Iiing-rhk Carirn tae antborities
>y whINh theyareenbled to fill orders
ro e a :I rs for shipmients of beer in
ny Ta tt at the foliowigpie
Trasats gner0 ankg le ~ n . tent stopper, GOe. per dozen.
Bess. izozen pi:>ts in crate, $2.80 per crate.
Prompt and special attcution given . etlle . $1
to depositors residing (out (A Iown-. Exports, pints, ten de zen in barrel, $9.
1)ueit oln.- It will he :aessary for consumers or
Uartits oniering~to tate that the beer is for
All collections have p)rompDt atten- privat c~osation. We offer special
rates for~ thcsc shioments. This beer is
tion. guaranteed puo madeof the choicest hops
Business hours from t) a. mn. to and mual, an'i is re:-ommnended by the
3edcif.trn ty. S In to us fr atrial
.JOSEPHT SPRFOTT, ~AA
A. LEVI, Cashier.
President. Brewing Company,
charleston, s. C.
n~o~un a vnaT:seo. SUPERVISOR'S NOTICE.
31. Lavr. S. A. iU.:r, i-: CtNrSUEIO,
J. W1. McEoiS I s. E.it:Oir urWN--' 1~wl b pno
Satuday f mn wa, fr the transaction
\. LE: i ue. The...ther days ofthe week I
Land Suryeig and Leyeling. '' . .OES
I will de Surveying, Et., in C1're nd1onIimt vsr
Caii at o:lieor ae i dress at Samtr. S. C ., u 'i i'tsfcini nr
P. (. liox 101.I ~ nrse ou ilb
.~ox i. IAyxswo~rH ir oni fjaek. and tlisfation i uar