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PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOW!
MANNING, S. C.: .
WE DNESDAY, SEPT. 28, 1898.
It is a Fact
Beyond contradiction that we have now iE
stock one of the largest and most seleci
lines of Fine Millinery ever seen in this
town and what is better still, our Milli
nery so m uch cheaper than elsewhere that
ladies nearer other towns come here to buy
their Hats. Ladies, you will remember
that three years ago it was impossible for a
lady to get a decent hat in this place, but
by our persistent efforts we have given to
this town a Millinery and Fine Dress
Goods'department full worthy of the sup
port of any community. Our two large
upright showcases contain 30 Pattern IHats
from New York and Baltimore markets are
well worthy of the attention of the most
fastidious lady. *
Ladies, we cordially invite you to call
lln4 inspect our large line of fine Milli
nery, a.d we would specially call your at
tention to one of the most well selected line
of fine Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets and
Ribbons and Gimps it has ever been your
good pleasure to inspect in this town.
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
Mr. J. H. Lesesne was in town last Sat
urday and Sunday.
Winter seed rye for sale byjR. B. Loryea,
Mrs. M. B. Burgess is visiting relatives
Rust proof seed oats for sale by Legg &
Mr. Ed. Green of New Zion was in Man
ning last Friday.
Just received, Pearl Onion Sets. R. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
Miss Lulie Harvin returned to Winthrop
college this morning.
Brockinton has a full line of spectacles.
and can fit young or old eyes. Try him.
We are informed that another convict
has made his escape from the chaingang.
Harness, harness; they are out of sight.
Legg & Hutchinson.
Misses Julia and Laura Mood of Sumter
are visiting their aunt, Mrs. L C. Ingram.
New crop Turnip Seed, all varieties. R.
B. Loryea, the druggist.
Rev. S. A. Nettles of Landrums is in
Manning on a visit to his sister, Mrs. J. D.
Photos, three fcr 25c for next ten days.
at Taylor's canvas gallery. Manning, S. C.
Died near Packs'ville last night an infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rt. Hill,aged
If you have weak eyes and need glasses,
go to Brockinton's drug store.
Miss Pearle L. .Breedin left for Charles
ton last Monday night, where she goes to
They are beauties-Legg & Hutchinson's
buggies. Come and see them. [10-2t
Some of the boys from here are writing
heme asking their friends to assist them to
get a discharge.
When in Manning call at Taylor's can
vas gallery and have your picture taken.
Orange blossoms will bloom in Manning
before frost, and then the tree will be trans
.planted in Georgia.
A fresh supply of Tenney's peanut brit
tie. B. B, Loryea, the druggist.
Mr. 0. E. Webber has beeu appointed
United States Commissioner for the East
ern District of South Carolina.
I will be in Manning for the next ten
days making fine photos. Satisfaction
guaranteed. J. B. Taylor. [10
Married near New Zion last Saturday
night by Magistrate J. P. Turbeville, Mr.
Hardy Hardin, and Miss Jessie Welsh aged
Everybody likes good perfumery. Dr.
Broekinton has a full supply of. all kinds
andt can please you.
To properly address a letter to our boys
in Camp it shouid be written Co. D. 2nd
Regt, S. C. V. Camp Cuba Libra, Panama
For Rent-Four-room cottage. SO; Net
ties house, 8 rooms, S13. Apply Mrs. E. C.
Alsbrook. [ 9-tf
Married last Friday night~by l'otary Pub
lic F. N. 'Thomas near Seloc, Mr James
Coward aged 16 years and Miss Barfield
aged 12 years.
Beautiful line of box paper and envel
opes, latest styles, .lowest prices. .L. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
The man who refrains from advertising
because he is displeased with the editor
simply cuts off #is nose to spite his face. A
business man up to the times, has better
Why drive with broken harness or have
them tied up with strings, when you can
get all the new pieces at Legg & Hutchin
We want our readers to read carefully the
half-page advertisement of Kendall's in
this issue. Look into the stores that ad
vertise and then look in at those that don't,
then note the differance in cash sales.
Pay~your town taxes. Office open after 2
o'clock at Loryea's drug store.
9-3t:1 B. J. Buowsz, Clerk and Treas.
The county chairman is anxious to dis
brse the funds he has on hand for the
payment of election expenses. Managers
who have not been paid should communi
cate with J. Elbert Davis, county chairman,
at once and get their money.
The Manning Academy will open Mon
day, October 3. Tuition. S1, $2, $3 and S4.
English, Latin, French, music and art
taught. E. C. ALsi3BooK.
Charleston is to have a week of festivi
ties some time during October, at which
the country tolk 'wifl be cordially wel
comed. We may differ when it comes to
politics, but when we want a good time
there is no place like old Charleston.
When you call for DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve, the great pile care, don't accept any.
thing else. Don't be talked into accepting
a substitute for piles, for sores, for burns.
R. B. Loryea, Manning; L. W. Nettles, For
eston; H. L. Wilson, Jordan.
-The inspection of Col. Brailsfo'rd's cay
aly on Friday, October 7th. will be one of
those many delightful days for which these
occasions at Fanola are proverbial. Brass
band music, barbecue, lovely girls and
bandsome cavaliers is a brave and joyous
sight indeed. The ladies of the Summer
ton Episcopal church will serve an elegant1
dinner for the purpose of furnishing their
lovely little church which is now entirely
.tiisbe .a ever cent p~a for.
Read Legg and Hutchinson's advertis,
ment in this issue. They are reliable deal.
ers and when you buy from them you can
feel satisfied with the resuit. IY a mau
wants a good buggy or a solid set of har
ness Legg and Hutchinson always is well
supplied and they will give their customers
the best of attention.
A stubborn cough or tickling in the
throat vields to One Minute Cough Cure.
Harmles in effect, tonches the right spot,
reliable and just what is wante-l. It acts at
once. R. B. Loryea, Manning; L. W. Net
ties. Foreston: H. L. Wilson, Jordan.
The State Executive Committee at its
meeting last Friday night decided to dis
miss the contest of Mr. J. E. Ellerbe against
Hon. Jas. Norton; they declared the latter
the Democratic Congressional nominee for
this district. Mr.Ellerbe's contest was based
on the soidier boxin which he claimed there
were irregularities, no fraud was charged.
The election throughout the district and
the State was not without some irregulari
ties but those irregularities was not the
fault of the voters as much as the fault of
those who had the managem eut of the elec
tions in charge.
Dr. Jay Gum of Wilson, Ind. Ter., says:
"'I have distributed the sample pills you
sent, and such a run was made for Ramon's
Liver Pills & Tonic Pellets that rmy stock
was depleted in a day or two. They are
certainly a revolution in the pill business,
and people are wild in praise of their ac
tion. I want to keep them in stock so long
as you keep them up to their present ex
cellency." For sale by Dr. W. M. Brock
nton, Manning, S.. C.
Last Saturday night at Hudson's mill a
young white man by the named of Cook
went to the house of Jim Hudson, colored,
and after sitting by the fire awhile, claim
ing to be feeling unwell, got up and started
to go, but before leaving, he asked Hudson
for some wine, which Hudson brought him
and then he went out and missed his mule.
Hudson helped him find the mule, which
Cook mounted and when Hudson started
to return to the house Cook drew his pistol,
shot and hit Hudson three times, once on
the top of the head, once brushed the right
shoulder, and the third shot brushed the
left thigh. The wound in the head is the
most painful, but he is not considered dan
gerously hurt. Cook gives no reason for
his shooting Hudson.
Wonders never cease, and if the revolu
tions of the globe stops still, and turns the
wrong way it will be a wonder, but it will
not be the last one, for wonders will con
tinue as long as this world stands. There
resides on Santee an old bachelor whom
every body believed was confirmed in his
determination to remain single, but not so
long ago Cupid shot one of his little darts
into his heart and the fellow has become a
Benedict. So the many friends of this
bachelor will have to arrange for another
rendevouz as the place that knew them
once, will know them no more, in the not
far distant future, and when they want to
drink the sparkling artesian water on his
premises, they will drink as they are pass
ing by only, and not drive miles for that
For broken surfaces, sores, insect bites,
burns, skin diseases and especially piles
there is only one reliable remedy, DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. When you call for De
Witt's don't accept counterfeits or frauds.
You will not be disappointed with DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. R. B. Loryea, Man
ning; L. W. Nettles, Foreston; H. L, Wil
Elsewhere will be read the advertisment
of the famous Sumter Dry Goods Company.
This establishment is well known to Clar
endon people, and especially to the lad
ies and still more especially to prospective
brides, for it is here where they gather
when in search of apparel to solemnize the
happy event. The Sumter Dry Goods Co.
have their handsome store most elegantly
arranged, and their corps of salesladies and
salesmen are ever on the qui vive to exhi
bit the goods in stock. Every department
of this establishment has had its stock se
lected with the greatest care and with and
eye single to cater to the fashions and the
peoples wants. We are sure they can please
the most fastidious and their prices meet
competition. Read the advertisment of the
Sumter Dry G6ods Co.
Diseases of the Blood and Nerves.
No one need suffer with neuralgia. This
disease is quickly and permanently cured
by Browns' Iron Bitters. Every disease of
the blood, nerves and stomach, chronic
or otherwise, succumbs to Browns' Iron
Bitters. Known and used for nearly a
quarter of a century, it stands to-day fore
most among our most valued remedies.
Browns'Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.
Attention, Batallion !
Order No. 13.
Panola, S. C., Sept. 26, 1898.
The Ha~rmpton Light Dragoons, Capt. R.
C. Richardson, and the Connor Mounted
Rifles, Capt. D. E. Wells, are hereby or
dered to parade at Panola, Friday, October
7th, at 1I a. nm., fully armed and equipped
for inspection and reviewea by the Adju
tat and Inspector ,ieneral.
By order D. W. Bnam~sronD,
Col. Comman ding.
C. R. Hanvix, Adjutant.
Bane TIhe Kind You Have Always Bought
- Petit, Jury.
Fall term begins Monday, October
17th, with Judge 0. W. Buchanan
S P Fairy................ ..Silver
J W Touchberry.........Paksvillei
JW Anderson......... ...Foreston
J L Johnson.........Davis Station
J P Brook................Panola
P L B Hodge......... ....Manning
W T ? Sprott.............Foreston
J H Woodbury......... Summerton
C L Cattino ............Packsv11le<
R C Plowden................Jordan
H F Stack..'........... ...Remini
LN Richbourg............. Silver
James W McCauley........Manning
C H June.............. ...Jordan
James H Blackw ell. ..-.Davis Station.
A L Burket............. .Pinewood
A C Harvin..............Manning
R N Richbourg...Davis Station
J H Garland.......... .. Sardinia
T G Walker.........Davris Station
W W James. .........Packsville
R J Coskrey..............ummertoni
B J Brown... .... ..... ....Felder
S J Clark-.................Manning
F J Graham.......... . Faeksville
C M Mason...............oreston
Jos. E Davis.........Davis Station~
O G Keels.......... ..Summerton
S H Bradham...........Manning
D B Davis..........Davis Station
3 H Morris................New Zion
C C Way..................Silver
J W Ardis...............Pinewood
H T Avant.............. Manning
J G Wells..............Summerton
Truth wears well. People have learned
that DeWitt's Little Early Risers are relia-]
ble little pills for regulating the bowels,
ering constipation and sick headache.
rhey don't gripe. R. B. Loryea. Manning;
L. W. Nettles, Foreston; H. L. Wilson, Jor
It is on our blind side always that
we cannot see our faults.
A Cure for Constipation.
I was troubled with constipation for sey
vral years. and frequently went for nine -
days without my bowels moving. I spent
several dollars for the cure of same, but
without success. This last winter a sales
man insisted on me buying some Rtamon's
Liver Pills anid Tonic Pellets, remarking
that they were the 'best on earth.' IE
laughed at the idea, but purchased one
dozen boxes. Since that time I have used
three boxes and am now enjoying the best
:f health. I recommend them to may cus
tomers and the result is I have sold six ?
ozen boxes already.-M. J. Browning,e
lruist, Germantown, Ky. For sale by
lr. W M Bnrocintn Manning, S. C.
"Come one, come all, this rock shall fly
From its firm base as soon as I."
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"CmBonnets, Silks, Ribbons and Feathers.
The Largest and Most Complete
STOCK OF MILLINERY GOODS EVER SHOWN IN THIS MARKET
And Wie Are Going to Sell It ~ -
At prices that will wake up our competitors; we defy competition; we court comparison.
Laedies of QCaxrndo:i:
We thank you for the liberal support you have given our Millinery Department in
past seasons and be assured that you will not suffer by giving us your continued sup
port. Come to our place, our salesladies will be glad to show you our Hats.
:. No One Will Insist on You to Buy --
unless you find it to' your interest to do so.
pW. F. J iNKINSON,
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Our Dress=Making Establishment
0 In connection with our store, under the management of 3
_MISS TIGHE. a Baltimore lady who has had a great deal
of experience in the South as well as Baltimore and New
York. promises to be quite a success and somethmg very
C much needed in Manning.
We have also taken a great deal of pains in selecting
our large and beautiful stock of
DRESS GOODS 0e TRIMMINGS
And we are satisfied we can please everybody with styles
Our prices for Cutting, Fitting and Making Costumes
C will be as reasonable as can be had anywhere.
Samples of Dress Goods and Trimmings sent on re
We are Headquar
w10o s MA ters for the STAND
-G 3 8 ARD PATTERNS.
V.0- "um Call and get your
_ _Fall and Winter Cos
tume and have it made by an experienced Dress-Maker.
HARVIN & BARRONr
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Ad all goods kept in a first class Dry Goods store.
IC. W. KENDALL,
Vill and Gin Supplies,
Cane Mills and Evaporators,HosanMueSes
obacco Barn Flues, Nis otNtWses
urm Tools and Implements, et.
agon and Buggy Material,HadreTiaeAa
~toves, Ranges and Heaters, GnPsos atigs
umps and Piping,Shls
Barbd anMehWie, hos, Poder Caps, Shet..
arbem adMShre . ShotPowECSO, .. c