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MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9, 1898.
Remember that we were never more
alive to business than we are now.
We want your business and we have
values to offer you that warrant you
in giving -s your trade.
Remember that we are selling a
good Co ton Rope 11 yards for only
loc. Remember that we are selling
Dixie Boy Plows complete at $1 each.
Remember that we are offering the
best Rio Green Coffee and Arbuckle's
celebrated Orioca Roasted Coffee at
12je. per pound. In large quantity
of Green Coffees we can name prices
that will simply astonish you. Call
and get them. Remember that we
offer Men's Plow Shoes at $1 per pair
that look cheap at $1.25. Men's Oil
Grain, Elastic Plow Shoes, $1.25 per
Remember we now have on hand a
large lot of T. W. Wood S& Sons' cel
ebrated Seed Irish Potatoes; also a
large assortment of Onion Sets and
choice Garden Seeds. Give us a call,
please, when you want Garden Seeds.
Remember the last and greatest of
fer, that we sell all kinds of Dry
Goods, and sell them cheap. WE
WANT YOUR TRADE.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
The Legislature will adjourn some time
Gentlemen of the jury, your names ap
pear In another column.
Onion Sets for sale by R. B. Loryea, the
Contractor White is building a small brick
strnctore adjoining Tam TnatEs office.
Cout' meets in Manning Monday, th3
28th inst. The Judge will be Hon. Ernest
Go to Brockinton's for whatever .on
Mrs. M. E. Fraser of North Carolina is in
Manning on a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Setzer.
Liss Laura Beckham is visiting her fam
ily in Sumter, preparatory to going NorLli
to buy Jenkinson's millinery stock.
Woods' Garden Seed. tested and true, for
sale by R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Senator McLaurin expects soon to take a
trip to Florida to recover his strength. At
present he is able to be at his post in the
Married last Wednesday, at the bride's
home, near Davie, Mr. L. W. Cable and Mrs.
Margaret J. Shorter, widow of the late W.
Fresh Garden Seed for sale by R. B. Lor
yea, the druggist.
Mr. McDonald Green of Pinewood is at
Dr. Mood's infirmary in Sumter to be treat
ed for the gun shot wounds he received
some three weeks ago. We learn that he is
Mfr. J. H. Rigby has given a contract to
Contractor McRoy for the erection of a two
story dwelling wnich he may occupy him
self whenever he concludes to drop bich
"belorhood for a lhfe of civilization.
A fine line of stationery at Brockinton's,
at all prices. Next to M. Levi's.
Th'e residence of Mr. Joseph Sprott
caught on fire this morning from a spark.
from the chimney, but it was discovered in
time to be extinguished without any, dam
It was very gratifying to see on our
streets last Monday our staunch old friend,
Mr. Sam Smith of Seloc. The old gentle
man has been very ill, but he is now him
self again and is a warm friend of Txz
Woods'new crop Southern grown Garden
Seed. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
The Pine Grove school, near New Zion,
will have an entertainment on the 2'2nd
inst., to celebrate Washington's birthday.
The editor returns thanks for an i nvitation
to be present, but a previous eng agement
for that date prevents us from having the
Mr. Thomas S. Drayton of Sumter com
maitted suicide in that city last M~onday
morning. Despondency fromi failure to
procure e-mploymaent is assigned as the
cause. Mr. Drayton was a descendant ot
Governor William Henry Drayton of revo
Look-look-go to Brockinton's for that
wonderful Celery Compound, only St. per
- 'oottle. Next to M. Levi's.
On account of not being able to procure
a suitable hail, a theatrical troupe had to
give Manning the go-by. Wq wis~h our
Representatives would get an act through
the Legislature giving the Supervisor or
Clerk of Cocrt the right to rent out the
court house. Mann:ng needs a publie' hall.
The c:owd in Manning last Monday was
due to the farmers' meeting, and the meet
ing of the County Pension Board. Through
a misapprehension, we cansed a number of
pensioners to come here when they were
not wanted by tbe board, but it was all
right, and we were glad to see them in town
For an early garden and a fine crop,
plant Woods' Garden Seed. R. B. Loryea,
Several gentlemen from various portons
of the county have promised to sena us
news from their respective comm uniuies
and they are not keeping their promise.
We sincerely hope this reminder will serve
the purpose of making them do their com
munities the justice of letting the outside
world hear something of them.
'The natives near Davis were aroused this
week by a mad dog bobbing up over there.
It went to Mr. R. N. Richbourg's house anid
bit two of his bird dogs and then made his
escape. Mr. Richbourg took his gin and
tried to overtake the angry canine, but he.
succeeded it getting to Mr. Robert John
son's and biting his dog. Mr. Johnson
shot the dog, but did not kill it. but it was
finally killed near Datvis on the Wilson rail
road by Mr. Rt. N. Richbourg.
One Minute Cough Cure cures quickly.
That's what you want! K. B. Loryea, Man
ning; H. L. Wilson, Jordan; L. W. Nettles,
We leaxn with pleasure, from the Dor
chester Democrat, that our old frietid Capt.
R. F. Weeks, brother of Judge of Probate
T. S. Weeks of Baruwell county has taken
unto himself a wife. On the 23d uIt , at
st. Georges, the captain and Miss Daisy
Howell were united until death do them
part, Rex'. A. E. Wilkes oxTciating. We ex
tendI the happy couple our best wisheis for
the future, and remind the captain that it
is never too late to make a right start in
MI..., Allie Hughes, Norfolk, Va., was
frightfully burned en the face and neck.
Pain was instantly relieved by DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve, which healed the injury
without leaving a scar. It is the famous
pile remedy. It. B. Loryea, .Manning; H.
L. Wilson, Jordan; L. W. Nettles. Fores
The protracted meeting now in progress.
at the Methodist church is being largely at-,
tended. Services are being held morning
and night. Dr. W. 31. Leftwich of Nash
ville, Tenn., assisted by the local clergy.
have turned their batteries upon Sa
tan's arsenal, and by their earnest plead
ings they have inspired a renewed hope
into the hearts of their followers, and they
are bringing to their standard numbers of
converts. The services will continue the
balance of the week.
Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrisburg, Pa., says,
"My child is worth millions to me; yet I
would have lost her by croup had I not in
vested 25 cents in a bottle of One Minute
Cough Cure." It cures coughs, colds and
all throat and lung troubles. R. B. Lor
yer, Manning; H. L. Wilson, Jordon: L.
W. Nettles, Foreston.
About one year ago Miss Eliza Tobias
went to Salt Lake City in company with
Elder Whitney, a Mormcn preacher, to be 1
married in accordance with the rules of the
Mormon church, and since her arrival there
she is so well pleased with her new home
that it has influenced her aged father, Mr.
S. R. Tobias of St. Marks, into selling out
his property, and in about ten days the old
gentleman nili leave the home of his birth
to join his daughter in the far and strange
West. M1r. Tobias is a goo-1 citizen and we
are sorry that he has determined to take
this step, but as he has made up his mind
to go, we wish him happy days for the re
mainder of his life.
Prosperity comes quickest to the man
whose liver is in good condition. DeWitt's
Little Early Risers are famous little pills
for constipation, biliousness, indigestion
and all stomach anti liver troubles. R. b.
Loryea. Manning; H. L. Wilson, Jordan;
L. .''. Nettles, Foreston.
List of Jurors.
The following is the list of jurors drawn 1
to serve at the next term of court, to con
vene at Manning on the 28th inst: t
.1 H Johnson,
J S Nelson,
W E .ienkinson.
'' P Cuttino,
S H Alsbrook,
Wt C Cannon.
W P Gardner. Manning.
H S Lowder, Manning.
J J Barwick, Pinewood.
C J Rich, Packsville.
R C Richardson, Jr., Remini.
J C Jenkinson, Panola.
W T Sprott, Jordan.
-J W\ Frierson, Manting.
J A Brown, Packsville.
J 1 Richardson, Jr., Panola.
W T Tonchberry, Manning.
A 31 Brailsford, Pinewood.
C W Bartlette, Packsvilie.
W G King, Manning.
W L Brunson, Summerton.
J B Holladay, Manning.
N L Carraway, Packsville.
T M Davis, Jordan.
W I Conyers, Manning.
J D Pack, Packsville.
C J B Corbett, Davis Station.
J P Lawrance, Remini.
F H Bethune, Packsville.
LL Wells, Jordan.
H B Ricbar.ison, Sr., Fulton.
T A Bradham, Jr., Manning.
B W DesChamps, Panola.
D T Winter, Manning.
E D Hodge, Alcolu.
R B James, Davis Station.
W P Corbett, Packsville.
J E Rc.we, St. Paul's.
L B Gibbons, New Zion.
H L Brunson, Summerton.
D 0 Brunson, Davis Station.
A C Davis, Manning.
J D Daniels, Manning.
J H Eadon, Davis Station.
J E Tindal, Pinewood.
D R Chewning, St. Paul's.
Mack Mason, St. Paul's.
W T Wilkins, Manning.
R L Logan, Jr., Alcoln.
G H Dukes, St. Paul's.
J H Dingle. Summerton.
Anderson Boykin. New Zion.
A WV Billups, St. Paul's.
J P Holladay, Panola.
THE SURPRISE OP ALL.
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 Cowden and Pana could do
nothing for her. It seehmed to develop into
hasty consumption. Having Dr. King's
ew Discovery in store, and selling lots of
it, he took a bottle home, and to the sur
prise of all she began to 'get tbetter from thei
first dose, and half dozen dollar bottles
ured her stand and well. Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption, coughs and
colds is gnaxanteed to do this good work.
Try it. Free trial bottles at R. B. Loryea's
drug store. 4 1
Take Off the Brakes.
The remarks delivered by Chairman
Hdge at the farmers' meeting last Monday
were so well put that we have heard them
highly spoken of by a number of gentle
men who are competent to judge. Mr.
Hodge is deeply in earnedt in the new
movement and we hope his fellow farmers
wvill give him the encouragement his zeal
Doctor Woes made a good speech, too,
and it was exceedingly unfortunate that thei
time was so short he could not give his]
views in tull. We were quite anxious that
the doctor should have a good, square
chance to tell the people all he knows on
the matters under discussion at this meet
ing, so that they would fully understand
him and his motives. We hope at the next
meeting of the Farmers' Protective Associa
tion the time will not be limited when such
good and wholesome speeches are being
delivered. 'Tis true, we did not find o'ut
exactly what the doctor had to offer as a
remedy for the woes of the farmers, but it
was not his fault, because polhtics was for.
bidden to come into the discussion and tue
chairman's watch was fast ticking toj the
place wvhere the hands on the dial reached
the place that indicated the point that I
"time was out." We believe that in this
great and beautiful country, the home of 1
the free and the land of the brave, free
speeh goes largely towards giving us the I
freedom we often boast of, therefore when
the people in public meeting assemble and
a gentleman rises to give his views, he
should not be ham pere.d by the ticking of
the chairman's Waterbury. It is not right
nor is it tair. If the speaker does not war.
dcr off into strange subjects, he should be
allwed to make his speech without inter
ruption, untii he finishes, even if it takes
untilnight, and we hopa at the next meet
ing there will be no such foolisLness as a
'ti:.e limit" on account of "men living
long distances and are anxious to get
home." Let there be a [tull and free dis
cussion, and let no man be choked off as
long as his eloquence holds out to burn and
his tongue and m'nd are connectcd.
Frank Sherwood was down town t' day, the
first time singe he had his tulsel with chol
era morbus. He says he drove thirty miles
after he was taken, and never came so near
dying in his life. After this when he goes
out in the country he will take a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and Diar
rhoa Remedy with him.-Missouri V'alley
(Iowa) Times. For sale by R. B. Loryea,
The foilowing puil~s merited the medals
for the v~eek ending Fecbruary 4:
Collegiate, Lucille Alsbrook; higher, Lin
wod Walker; intermediate, Sudie Tres
cot, Julius Clark and Katie Frierson; pri
mar, Homer Walker and Joe Plowden.
ie conduct medal was voted to Sui
Those who suffer from impaired diges
tion and weak stomachs, and on account of
this have a peculiar dread ef chills and
lever, will be glad to learn that a cure for
chills and fever is now manufactured and
universally sold which does not injure the
stomach but actually benefits it. It is
Rtamon's Pepsin Chifl Tonic Tasteless and
guaranteed. 50c. For sale by Dr. WV. M.1
Meetiung of the Cotton (rowers' Pro
The Cotton Growers' Pcotective Assoe.a
ion of Clarendon Coir.ty tmet in the eaurt
souse this day. February 7th. 18'JS, an-' the
ollowing townships were r&presente:1 by
ielegates: St. Paul. St. James. Concord,
3lidway, New Z on, Doug as and San lV
The meeting was called to or.ier by Mr.
E. D. Hodge, temporary ehairnian who, in
i brief and business way. submitted the ob
rect of the call which was to orgauize a Coun.
:y Cotton Growers' Protective Association
without any political features or in any
av to allow politicians to have any interest
,n the association.
On motion of Dr. I. M. Wood-, it was
nanimously adopted that a permuanent
County Cotton Growers' Protective Associ
ition be wade in Clarendon Conity. andi
Dr. I. 1. Woods nominated Mr. E.
Elodge permanent chairman of said asso :i
ion,whieh was very eloquently econdel b y
apt. 1 J. Brad huam, and which r suited in
he una'iouous eleetion of Mr. E D. HIodo
*hairnian. .Mr. Hodge ato'r ani h:lanked
he association for the honor conitered
ipon hint, also stating that lie felt his ina
lity, but world do his duty a< far as he
:ould,to advance the interest and prosp-rity
if his depressed fellow farmers, and with
nuch earnestness and sincerity solicited
he aid of a'l the county in the efforts to
Mr. W. T. Kennedy awas unanimously
'lected first vice president and Mr. E. R.
?lowden was naanimously elected second
Ice president, and Mr. J. M. Davis was
Akcted treasurer, a:nd A. J. tichbourg was
On motion of Dr. I. M. Woods it was re
olved not to dratt any rules for the county
rganization until after the State constitu
ion and bylaws were adopted, so that our
ylaws should not conflict with the State
It was unanimously adopted that each
ownship which had not organized, to do
o at once, and that notice is hereby given
hat the Cotton Growers' rTotective Associa
ion meet at the court house in Manning on
he first Saturday in .March at 12 o'clock M ,
nd that your delegates from each club be
lowed to attend such meeting, and all
thers interested are cordially and lespect
By order of the Cotton Growers' Protec
ive Association of Clarendon County.
E. D. Honoi, Chairman.
A. J. RcHnorP..o, Secretary.
P. S.-The secretary respectfully begs
bat each township chairman send him a
ostal with the township organization and
with names of officers thereof.
A. J. RicHBounc.,
February 7, 1898.
hamberlain's Cough Remedy Always
There are no better medicines on the
arket than Chamberltin's. We have used
he Cough Remedy when all others failed,
nd in every instance it proved effectual.
Almost daily we hear the virtues of Cham
erlain's remedies extolled by those who
ave used them. This is not an empty
uff, paid for at so much a line, but is vol
mntarily given in good faith, in the hope
hat sufferng humanity may try these rein
dies, and, like the writer, be bene
ited.-From the dlenville (W. Va.) Path
inder. For sale by R. B. Loryea, druggist.
A Regretted Assigment.
It is not often that we are called upon to
nnounce the failure of any of Manning's
)nsiness concerns and in the present in
stance we can truly say that it is with sin
:ere regret that we announce the business
ailure of Mr. J. H. Lesesne, one of our
roungest merchants, and whose pride was
n his business. Mr. Lesesne has made an
-ssignment for the benefit of his creditors
ithout having been sued or even threat
ued with suit. He assigned all of his as
nets voluntary, and refused to have himself
~laced in a position whereby he could get
he advantage of the homentead, to which
he law entities him as the head of a family.
1his step on the part of Mr Lesesue was
:aken after mature deliberation, after find
.ng that his mercantile business did not
varrant its continuance. "'he cause is plain
o all business men. Limiteid capital at the
seat of strong competition where, unless a
man is financially strong, it is only a mnat
er of time when lie is bound to taste of the
:up f bitter experienca and disappoint
tent. It is our hope that fortune will yet
mile upon our young friend, and that he
will vet he enabled to tarry out his in~ten
:ions to pay dollar for dollar on the in lebt
edness now standing against hiui, and tout
ome titme in the near future he wiil be.
:ome one of Manning's staunchest mer
:bants, for it is our belief that no maan eni
lowed with the sterling integrity of Mr.
escsne can he a permanent failure; like
ruth, lie will rise again.
"The Confedlerate Soldier of the Civil
ar," just published, contains 500 pages
.2 x 10 inches, and over 1,000 large Battle
scenes, Portraits, Maps, etc. The greatest
nd largest War Book ever published, and
he only one that does justice to the Con
Federate soldier and the cause he fought
For. Complete in one volume. Agents
aanted everywhere to sell this book on our
ew and eas'y plan. Many of the lady ani
~entlemnen agents who are at work are imak
g $100 to $200 per month. Veterans,
sons and Daughters of Veterans, and oth
rs interested are requested to send for a
sea utiful iliustrateid descriptive circular
free) and terms to agents. Address, Con
ier-Journal Job Printing Co., Louisville,
An Old Idea.
Diery day strengthens the belief of emi
nent physicians that impure blood is the
cause of the majority of our diseases.
T wenty-five years ago this theory was used
as a basis for the formula of Browns' Iron
Bitters. The many remarkable cures effected
by this famous old household remedy are
sufficient to prove that the theory is correct.
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.
Last week we received in our mail a copy
>f the receipt given by Mrs. Laura T. Pea
;ler for herself and as guardian of her son,
o the Mutual Reserve Fund Life Associa
ion, and in some way it became misplaced.
Lfter much search we have found it, and
hat our readers may see how prompt this
tompaiy was in paying, we publish the
opy sent us.
Manning. S. C.. Jan. 31, 1898.
Received of the Mutual Reserve Fund
Life Association Two Thousand Dollars, in
ul for all claims under this Policy, No.
7377, on the life of William P. Peagler.
Siged ) LArEa T. PEAGLER,
LAtrnA T. PriGLEa,
Erustee for Leroy J. Peagler and Jose-ph L,
Witness: J. Hi. BUrnESS.
P. S.-If the late Williami P. Peagler had
taken an ordinary life policy, in an old sys
temn company and paid the same amount in
premiums as he paid the Mutual Rescrve,
is heirs would only have received $1,378
nstead of $2,000. Gain by being i ns ured
a Mtual Reserve, $622.
For information apply to the home office,
>r C. D. Kortjohin, State Manager, Orange
burg, S. C.
J. A. Perkins of Antiquity, 0., was for
thirty years needlessly tortured by physi
cians for the cure of eczema. He was
quickly cured by using DeWitt's W~itch
Hazel Salve, the faimous healing salve for
piles and skin diseases. R. B. Loryea,
Manning; II. L. Wilson, Jordan; L. W.
Sour Stomach Cure.
A long time I was a great sufferer from liver
and Stomach troubles. I had a dull pain
in my left side under my heart. At timies
niy side became swollen an d the pain acute.
Mv stoi atch was always sour and I would
vo~mit every time I eat. My bowels were
very irregular causing me pain and dis
tress. I tried many things without any
benefit. I read of your medicine and con
cluded to try it, and am glad that 1 did. I
felt better after the first dose. I continued
to take Ramon's Liver Pills & Tonic Pellets
until I was entirely cured.-D. W. Penlan d,
Otto, Macon Co., N. C. For sale by Dr. W.
M .~rocknton Manning, . C.
A Bride of Eight Days Accused of Shout
tig: Her Hutsband.
Information concerning a peenliar shoot
in r,-etM here Sat'rdlav. It w: onli
1:1st w. t.:at the fol'lw I. e.d a: :eared
in out c.!amns:
- : r:' . lv .Ir. i 1. M . Bi:rrow-. notar'
publie. at the hnae of the bril: uncle,
near Fowl--r, on January 19. 1895. Air.
(h Prg:'lCultster to Miss Ida M. Borrows,
all ': Wilituisbnrg county."
Even before the papers containing the
item hat been sent to our rea'lers the
groom wais shot, and be claims thet hip
brill. of eight days contuitted the deed,
and Mlagistr,te J. 1. Eidcty of .Jay hac senl
- e W-Caiister up to the c(irtu t court tot
tiia!. e. is now under $a200 bond,
awitittm trial at the cam)in.: term of court.
Tlt- f-ts as obtaiac.l are as follows: Mr.
.:n'i .'rs. a teCalister we ie goin bte from
:. :. bor'. ts t Wevd n:estay night in:vers.
og: fo< :t h *:,uhte w Mi.. Ar.
.ileC(:.liser wa-;s t-i.:bt (,r tt-u teps ;ihena l of
hi wt-... With:ot any varni'g pist
sh't rt!:_ ont an 1 th - an fli -tr-: 1e
Ciiater ra.n :1 p t( 1:in :ntl aske.l what ti
trouble was, ants hc- hustinrl. to' l her t hat
be wa? s shot, ani :ce i h,.! '. shooting
1n :. S :- pr:--'te-i, t .- ihr hnsb iu1
Swr"" ont a w:1: tn't tor her. a:ti the tnagis
trat'e heit the w'omat. there seems to
have been no r:otive at all for the wowan's
shooting ht'r hasband, if she did it at all,
and owniion is wi"leilid'vi .*1' as to whether
she did it or n .-Kingstr e Record.
Mrs. M. B. Ford, Itudd-il's. Ill., snifered
for eight years fromo dyspe;sia and chronic
constipa:tioi ar. was tinilly cured by using
DeWitt'- Little Eariy tisers, the famous
I:ttie pills for all stca:ach and liver trou
b!'s. I. B. Lorvea. Mlinning; H. L. Vil
son, Jolan; L. '. Nettles, Foreston.
W A N T E D -TRUSTWORTHY AND
active gentitmen or ladies to travel
for responsible, established house in South
Carolina. Monthly 865 and expenses. Po
sition steady. Reference. Enclose s:"lf
addressed stamped envelope. The Domin
ion Company. Dept. Rt., Chicago. [18 16t
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against the es
tate of Wlliatm D. Shorter, deceased, will
present them, duly attested, and those in
d ebted to said estate will make payment to
MARGARET J. SHORTER.
- Davis, S. C., Feb. 2, 1897. 2S-4t
A Great Storeful of Holi
day Goods Now Ready
' for Inspection.
The Prices Are the Lowest.
Lamps, Clocks and Watches,
Glassware, Toilet Articles,
Fancy Chinaware, Rugs, Albums.
Dolls in every description,
Toys in abundance,
Toy Baby Carriages, Wagons.
In fact everything
appertaining to that line.
Aso to contibute more to the happi
ness and 'comfort of the season,
we have in stoek such ap
petizing eatables as
Laver Raisins, Seedless Raisins,
Currants, Citron, Mince Meat,
Assorted Nuts, Candy,
French Sardines, Mustard Sardines,
Columbia River Salmon,
Sliced Breakfast Bacon,
Canned Apples, Peaches,
Mock Turtle Soup,
The best quality of Butter,
Flour, Self-Raising Flour,
Tea, Coffee, etc.
We have made a BId CUT in the
prices of our Clothing, such as Over
coats, Men's, Youths' and Boys
Suits, and great bargains are offered.
To arrive in a few days-FIFTI
FASHIONABLE LADIES' CAPES,
and STYLISH DRESS GOODS, all
of which will be sold at LOWES'I
S. A. RIGBY.
Pant T. W. WOOD & SONS
Southern Grown iew Crop
We have the agency
for these Celebrated
G ar de n Seeds, and
have just received an
immense stock of all
the different varieties.
never fail. Buy them
and you will be pleas
ed. Also a big stock of
f. B.LORYEA, E6IT
SIGN OF THE COLDEN MORTAR,
I N ACCORDANCE WITH SEC
tion 1451 of the General Statutes
of South Carolina, the County Board
of Commissioners, at their meeting
the first Monday in January, adopted
the followving schedule of license fot
the year 1898:
Hawkers and Peddlers.. .. .. 15 0C
Stoves and Ranges............ 25 01
Lightning Rods...... .......25 01
Clocks and Watches.........-25 04
Sewing Machines............25 04
Pianos and Organs........... 25 01
All persons engaging in the abovi
mentioned occupations must procure
a license or they will become lir.bil
to punishtment under the law.
It shall be the duty of every Magis
trate and every Constable and of th(
Sheriff and his regular Deputies, to
and every citizen may, demand anc
inspect the license of any hawker 01
peddler in his or their county, whi
shall come uhder the notice of any o:
said officers, and to arrest or cause t<
be arrested, any hawker or peddle1
Ifound without a good and valid li
cense, and to bring such hawker oi
peddler before the nearest Magistrat<
to be dealt with according to lawv.
By order of board.
T. C. OWENS,
Manning, 8. C., January 19, 1898.
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER,
NNING, S. C.
Buying on credit is
Buying for cash is
For Thirty Days, From January 19th.
We have always been noted for the high
quality and the low prices of our goods.
But just now during this great reduction
"o ! Cash Cost Sale the advantage gained
for cash is more marked than ever.
" 1 Everything with the exception of
Meats, Sugar, Flour, Butter,
going at bona fide cost. Our stock is
large to select from; our goods are new
', ! and fresh; our lines are numerous.
Dry Goods and Notions, Shoes, Hats, Gent's
Furnishing Goods, Canned Goods, Teas,
Coffee, etc., etc. f
THE DUCKER & BUI.TMAN COMPANY,
SUMTER. S. C.
We wish to call your attention to the large line of Farming Implements.
We have on hand all kinds of Steel Plows, Dixie Boy Plows and all kinds
of Plow Castings, Hames, Backbands, Rope, Traces, Collars and everything
pertaining to Plow Gear and Plow Implements.
We wish also to call your attention to the large line of Plow Shoes we
are offering at $1 per pair.
Jeans Pants at all prices, and a large line of All-Wool and Mixed Jeans
for making Pants for the plow-boys. Just call and see the line of Jeans we
offer at 18c. per yard and be convinced that you cannot buy it elsewhere
for less than 25c. per yard.
Bear in mind that we keep a full line of Dry Goods on hand all the time
and at this season of the year we are offering values in certain lines of
Winter Goods that will astonish you to see them.
Blankets and Comforts closing out very cheap.
One case of Apron Check Ginghams, in Green, Blue and Brown checks,
at Se. per yard that we defy you to buy elsewhere for less than 6}c. per
yard. Come and see.
A large and attractive line of Floor Mattings and Oil Cloths very cheap.
We would also impress it upon the minds of our lady patrons that we
keep a full line of Millinery on hand at all seasons of the year, and will be
glad if they will give us a showing at their wants, be they ever so small or
We would also whisper in your ears that we now haye on hand a large
stock of Tobacco, Meat, Flour and all kinds of Heavy Groceries, and we are
prepared to name very lowest prices for the cas"'. It will do you no harm
to call and get our prices when you are in the market. Especially would
we impress it upon you that we have a large stock of Tobacco on hand, in
small boxes, that we feel sure we can offer to the trade at prices no compe
tition can meet. It will do you no harm to get our prices.
*We are offering some big values in Ready-Made CloLing in order to
clear out our winter stock. Call and get our prices if you want anything
in this line. We can show some great bargains in Pants.
In conclusion, we wish to say that we are here to do business and do it
in an honest and legitimate way. There will be no hoo-dooing or sharp
tricks practiced upon the unsuspecting in our store. We will conduct bus
iness upon a high standard in a genteel way, and when it comes to that we
can't do otherwise; we will retire from the mercantile business and pursue
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OFFICE CO0 NTY SUPERvISOR, [ xotpns e dzni arl 9
f CLARiENDON CouNrr.Itwlhencsayfrcsurso
Manning, S. C., Jan. 29th, 1896.-The prisodrn~osaeta h eri o
County supervisor's office will be open onprvtcosmin.Wofeseia
Saturday of each week, for the transactionraefothssipns.hsbers
of business. The other days of the week I
will be out of my office attending to roads gaate ue aeo h hiethp
and bridges,.nimladi rcmeddb h
T. C. OWENS., eia rtriy Sn ou o ra
TheLArni Brewing Comany, o
MNIG C.Charleston . S. C..hvmaeranmnt
We have begun a New Year, and with it we intend to offer new induce
ments to the people of Clarendon. Call and see us and we will offer you in
lucements for the cash that can't be found anywhere else.
We are closing out our Fall stock of Clothing at very low prices.
We can offer ou good values for the money.
Anything in the line of Dress Goods we are willing to close out
at astonishing low prices to make room for Spring stock.
We can save you money on any grade of Tobacco you want.
Our leaders, "Cock Robbin," "Our Own," "Corn Tassel" and
Sullivan's "Good Enougb," cannot be equalled anywhere for
We keep on hand. Sugars have advanced some, but Cofiees are
cheaper than ever. Good Coffees from 10c up.
Hoes, Rakes, Pitchforks, Spades, Plows, Backbands, Rope, etc.,
to be had at lowest prices.
HARVIN & BARRON.
LaJ AT THESE PRICES!
34-inch Mattress Ticking, only........................ 5c
36-inch Bleach, good as any in town for 8c., only...... oc
36-inch Bleach Cashmere, worth 28c., only....... .... 20c
36-inch Wool Dress Goods, regular price 33c.. now.. ...20c
A nice Window Shade and Fixtures, all for...........10c
A nice Linen Shade, any color.................. ..24c
Curtain Poles, with full Set Brass Trimmings.........19c
To call and see that cheap lot of Clothing and Men's
Pants we advertised last week. We want to dispose of
them before the spring opens and they will be sold
. . Strictly at Cost. . .
We have a big lot of Bed Spreads that will be sold
Extra Heavy Cotton and Wool Undershirts at New
York wholesale cost,
One pound box (60 sheets paper and 60 envelopes) gilt
edge Writing Paper, only 19c.; other places 29c.
Yours to please,
THE N. V. RACKET,
C. W. KENDALL, Prop.
Wex ohave just receited ,our Sprinraesuppl of Plw Stoks,
Back Bands, Collars, Collar Pads, and in fact everything the
GUARNTEE to save you at leas freightor anthn ins oa d Iw
Right Here Just a Few Prices.
Back Bands, with Hooks...............Se to 35c each.
Collar Pads..........................19e to:M'c each.
Single Trees...... ......... . - .--12c to 25c each.
A Good Plow Bridle only..--..-.....-. ---......40c.
HARNESS. SADDLES. BRIDLES. EXTRA STIRRUPS AND
_When you break your harness come to us for the broken parts.
Not'hing beats the New South Cooking Stove and the Cole's
ArThe larget i ne of China. Crockery and Glassware in town.
Ac omplete line of Guns, Pistols, Rifles, Ammunition, etc.
Wagon and Buggy Material.
Thaningyouforyour past favors, we are
THE DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY I
A. C, DA VIS, Lmanager. I
SWe make Tobacco
Barn Flues at our
place of business.
.Any dimensions re
quired, at prices to
leston or elsewhere
5 Come to see us before buying your sup
STHE MANNING HARDIARE CO., ~
FRANK P. ERVIN, Manager.