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THE XANNflG TRIES.
Published Every edel day.
S. A. NETTLES,
EDrroa ASD Ptoruiurron.
M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT,
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S. A. NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
Wednesday, January 30, 1889.
Mrs. M. Levi and Mrs. Ellen Iseman
are visiting in Marion.
$3.50 will be paid for a dozen nice
grown fowls, at this office.
The odor of orange blossoms is
-again pervading the atmosphere.
The recent very heavy rains have
filled the wells almost to overflowing.
Have your job printing done at the
MAisimG Tnzrs office. Lowest prices.
Red and white onion sets at Dinkins &
Co.'s drug store.
A car load of Kentucky mules will
be sold at auction in Manning next
Last Saturday was a wet, damp,
disagreeable day to the disgust of
Garden seed, fresh and genuine, just re
ceived at Dinkins & Co.'s drug store.
A good cook can obtain a perma
nent and paying situation by apply
ing at the TIMES office.
The McCafferty Bros. will sell a
car load of large Kentucky mules in
Manning next Friday, at auction.
The recent heavy rains will cause a
considerable rise iin Santee, but
scarcely enough to do any serious in
Onion sets, at Dinkins & Co's.
The recent heavy rains have put
the woodlands in bad condition for
lumber men, and they are in conse
quence hindered getting timber to
A few straggling fakes of "beauti
ful snow" fell in town last Monday af
ternoon, but the weather soon cleared
o$, and yesterday was bright, beauti
ful, clear and cold.
Suppose the young people of our
town have a valentine party? It
-would create considerable amusement
and pleasure. The day is two weeks
off from to-morrow.
Mr. Greeley, of the weather de
partment at Washington, gave notice
and hence we kiew of its conzing,
but are of opinion that we would have
found it out any way; in fact tmi cold
of the past two days has been most
-disagreeable of any this winter.
Good Eating Daring court Week.
Hot turkey dinners, oyster suppers, shad.
sausages, &c., will be served by the iadies
-of the Manning Baptist church during
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of Couri
-week. They desire to raise the mortgage
.from their parsonage, and earnestly beg the
patronage of friends and visitors.
The main line of the Central Railroad is
being changed at the depot and will ruc
near where the side track now is, the twc
tracks changing places so to speak; azad the
cotton platform will be put on the same side
of the railroad track as the other depoi
building, thus making it much more conxven
ient for receiving andi delivering freight,
but possibly a little less convenient to pas
sengers. This will be quite an improvement,
and the advantages thus realized will fai
more than compensate for the inconven
lence to passengers.
Court Ilouse Notes.
Dr. W. E. Brown has been elected phy
aician to the poor for the present year. at a
salary of $150. There were two other bids
.Dr. J. G. Dinkins, at $2 a visit; and Dr. H.
H. Huggins, at the same figures as Dr.
Brown's, $150 a year. Dr. Haiggins wm
physician last year.
Mr. Moses Levi was awarded the quarter
ly contract for supplying the poor house
with provisions, his being the lowest bid.
The county commissioners did not pay
out any money last Thursday, as Treasarea
Huggins's report was not vet in. They wi!
meet again Feb. 7th, when it is thought th<
money will be paid out.
Treasurer Sprott has issued 537 tax execu
tions to the sheriff, who will forthwith pro
ceed to serve them on the prop r aeties
exet to paa
at~ the proper time. 'Ihere will be
about fifty more tax executions to be issuei
from the additional list.
The following is the names of the grand
and petit jurors drawn last Wednesday, t<
serve at the February term of court:
J. D. Hoyle, W. D. Shorter,
W. 0. McIntosh, Isaac Johnson, col.
J. M. Player, J. J. Holladay,
W. L. Brunson, B. L. Gowdy,
J. F. Cole, E. J. Ridgeway,
J. B. Holladay, A. J. Holladay,
C. W. Brown, Moses Stolvey,
H. T. Avant, W. C. Reams,
W. K. Evans, Jao. A. Ward.
WV. E. Morris, T. N. Lowder,
J. W. Rhamne, E. WV. W. Rush,
Win. Bradley, col. G. WV. Smith,
E. M. Hodge, D). F. Lide,
L. B. Gibbons, G-abe Tucker,
Li. M. McRoy, P. M1. B3utler,
G. E. Hudgins, Harvey W. Shorter,
U. H. Belser, D). H. Welch,
Jno. W. Clark, P. B. Hlodge,
H. B. Tindal, T U3. Minis,
T. C. Owens, W. W. B3enbow.
A. D. Rhame, A. J1. Richbourg,
R. J. Aycock, W. J. He dge,
F. P. Cooper, M1. L. Harvin,
Mitchell Levi, Geo. Ried bourg,
C. S. Land, A. L. Biurkiett,
T. T. Bryant, 3. W. ITbbs,
C. 3. Gibson, W. M1. Bott. r.
Mens' and boys' hats all gqoultees. Ful
line of mns', youths', and boys' cthing a:
KNTUCY .MULES AT AU'TION.
A Car Load of Large, Thoroughly Broken,
Young Kentucky Mules to be Soid in
Manning at Auction.
Mr. Charles McCafferty, by special
request, will sell at auction, in Man
ning, at W. K. Bell's stables, Friday
morning, Feb. 1, beginning at 10
o'clock, a carload of the finest KEN
TUCKY MULES ever brought to this
State. They are thoroughly broken
to both single and double harness, are
FOURTEEN HANDS HIGH, and
larger, and from FOUR to SIX YEARS
old. Mr. McCafferty says he has nev
er brought any finer stock to South
He will also sell at the same time
several fine saddle horses.
These mules will be sold for cash, to
the highest bidder, and some fine bar
gains can be had. The sale will come
off, regardless of wind or weather;
McCafferty always keeps his word.
Even if one does not care to buy
stock, it will be well to come to town
that day, just to see such a fine exhi
bition of Kentucky mules.
Mr. McCafferty has sold too many
Texas ponies and mules in this county,
for us to say anything about him.
He sells at wonderfully low figures.
The prices bid next Friday will of
course be much higher than for the
Texas mules, but even then great bar
gains can be had. Let every body
come, and bring his pocketbook.
B. S. Dinkins Heard From.
The following was published yesterday
in the Columbia correspondence of the
"B. S. Dinkins, the young Manning law
yer, who is wanted at that place for burglary
and forgery, committed in Deeenher. has
been caught in Texas. Sheriff Rowan has
received a letter from Deputy Sheriff J. .H.
Bickett, of Cameron. Milam county. stating
that he has Dinkins and will hol i him un
til the arrival of the proper officer. Sheriff
Rowan has telegraphed the fact of Dinkius's
capture to Sheriff Lesesne, of Clarendon
The WTrd is mistaken as to the arrest.
No warrant has been issued for P. S. Dink
ins, and of course he will not be arrested
until such warrant of arrest is issued.
Sheriff Iesesne received a letter yesterday
from J. H. Bickett. deputy sheriff of Milani
co'1nty, Texas, stating that Dinkins was
there, and asking if there was any reward
for him, and offering to arrest him. Sher
iff L esesne has no warrant for his arrest,
and of course can do nothing till such war
rant is placed in his hands. Those sup.
posed to be interested are not, it seems, dis
posed to swear out any arrest warrant. The
opinion seems to largely prevail that since
Dinkins is away from Manning, to let
hin stay: that it will not pay to bring him
back to this State to stand his trial.
And, by the way, we have heard that Mr.
Dinkins is doing well in Texas. He is
practicing law, and has a bri t prospect
ahead of him. Thcre is also :. . or that
he has written to parties in this place, that
he will not further flee from the law, but
that if he is "wanted" in this county, he
will voluntarily return and surrender to
the sheriff, and stand his trial.
Labor Plentiful-Merchants Advancing
Sr'a:r.:ox. Jan. 2S. -We have had an
~other week of rain and disagreeable weather.
is section. It seems to be plentiful, but
p to this time there has been very little
work done on the farms.
There doesn't seem to be as much willing
ness on the part of the merchants to make
advances indihscriminately as there was last
year. I suppose the burnt child dreads the
fire. at least some of us know how it feels.
The Wilso'n & Summerton R. R~. will be
ready to deliver freigh' at Benbow's by the
last of this week. Rates will be only a frac
tion higher than at Manning. Mr. J. D.
Rutledge has made a survey of the road
from here to St. James church, to connect
with the Manchester & Augusta road. The
W. & S. road will be pushed to that point
as fast as possible.
Mr. I. W. Fowler, General Manager of the
Eutaw R. Rt., says he will have the bride
completed over the Santee by the first of
February. The work of driving the pilings
has been commenced on this aide the
swamp, and when the bridge is completed
it will be oniy a little while before the road
will be comnleted to Summerton, as it is
graded and firrished with the ties.
Jack Watson had his steam mill burned
lst week, with his gins and several hundred
bushels cotton seed. His losses amount tc
about $500. It was undoubtedly the work
of an incendiary. Watson is a colored man,
but honest and 'reliable, and liked by _both
white and colored. Who his enemy is, is
quite a mystery.
Dr. A. J. Briggs has moved into the vil
lage. He has bought and fitted up a place
once owned by his father.
Measles are prevailing in this community,
and have proven fatal int some cases. C.
For several months the T~IEs has been
advertising 0. and 0. tea, and we ctan as
sure our reaaers if they wish a fine article
in the tea line they should give this branda
trial. It is guaranteed- to be pure, fresh,
undulterated--nothing but tea. The man
ufacturers have kindgy sent us a quantity of
it, to sample its merits and we pronzounce
it very fine. Pure tea is one of +he most re
fresing drinks. Read the advertisemnent
elsewhere, an try a sample can of it.
iwoLkm ARlNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers,. Salt Kcheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tiely cures Filks. or no pay reqjuir(d. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or
mney refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
"For sale by J. G. Dinkins & Co.
0. and 0.TEA
The Choicest Tea Ever OfEered.
A MOST DELICIOUs BEVERAGE. TRY IT.
e will tsor use ary ether, (det' sever mbi:
It is the BrIGHS &RADI LEz, fr
the best riantationa and mranite au-uutely
pure and free from all adulterations or coloring
matter. The packages are hermetically sealed
and warranted fuln weight. It is more econ
omical in ne than the lower grades.
Oriental & Occidental Tea Co., L't'd:,
ed 0,5ce, 3s Bvrunsg su~p, lxew Toer.
S. A. RTGBY,
M-ming, . C.(
A Large Posterity.
OAK.AND, Jan. 1.-Jarett Tomlin.
highly respected colored man, died recentli
in the Fork of Black river, in the eighty
fourth year of his age. He died in the
full triumph of faith, declaring that ther
was nothing in the way to prevent his enter
ing the kingdom of righteousness.
Jarett Tomlin leaves 14 children. 41
grand children, and 28 great grand childrei
--ninety in all. J. C. L.
This powder never varies A marvel o
purity, strength and wholesomeness. Mor
economicol than the ordinary kinds, any
cannot be sold in competition with the mu]
titude of low test, short weight, alum o
phosphate powders. .add oly/ in ca
I ROnL B.nno PowDE. Co., 106 Wall St
Mules and Horses
I will hava e a carload of nli
ed mules and horses to arriv
the last of the present week a
prices to suit everybody, an
all in need of stock are invite<
to come and inspect before buy
W. K. BELL..
Manning, S. C.
Jan. 1.5, 1889.
J. BR1IGGS, M D.
SUMMER TOX, S. C.
Specialist for the cure of Cancers an
fA" Correspondence solicited.
CITATION TO CREDITORS!
A LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIM
against the Estate of R. J. Hollada
deceased will present same duly atteste<
and all persons owing said Estate wi
:. p n t to the ur.'rna q"u fit
Executors. JAM11S IK T[INDAL
JAMES B. BiL'oWN,
Public School Notice.
OIEIS HLEREY GIVEN TH.I
.OICuin the months of January an
Fbruary the School Commissioner's 0111<
will be open only on Friday andi Saturda~
of each wveek for the transaction of ofhi
business; and that during these months ti
other four days of each week will be :sper
visiting the public schoo'.s of the county.
School Commissioner Clarendon Co.
-BEST IN THE WORLD.
Its wearin qualties are unsupseatal
roi Aial Onls. riGET THIE GENUINE.
YOR SALE BY DELRaS GFEEArLL..
177 MEETING STRETET,
5 Doors South of Market Street,
DIRECTLY ON LINE CITY RALlWAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mrs. H. M, BAKER, Proprietres!
Rates Per Da"y, SLOO.
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NEw ToRK kI~lu.\LD,
New York City.
All kinds of Law Blans-title,
mortgages, bills of sale, bonds. etc., a
ways on hand at the TD~IES office RD
fnor saet Chnrlnston priees.
Bogin's Old Stand.
I desire to return to my many friends and customers mn- sine
eral cash support during the past year. It is indeed gra.tif'ying
ness on the same principles as heretoiore, and my customers ina
LOWEST PRICES /
I desire to nial
SPRIING AND Si
and for the next ti
Bargains in Fall a
ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED TO
t NAVAL STORES,
I No. 1 Central Wharf,
Stoves, Hardware, Tinware.
mHs just laid in a tremendous stock of
At the lowest possible prices.
-arcdw1are and. Tiwareo
d Cheap for cash. This stock must be sold regardless of prices.
COME ONE, COME ALL.
Slate or Tin Roofing done promptly by first class workmen. Country or
s ders filled with dispatch. Buy your Stoves at
R. MI. MASTERS,
129 King St., between Queen and Broad, CHARLESTON, S. C.
SF.W . CAPPELIVMANN,
DEALE l IN CHOICE EIRIUE
WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
T S. E. Cor. Meeting and Reid Sts., CHAR~LESTON, S. C.
~IChoice Flour a specialty. Sugars sold near cost. No charge for drayage. Goods deliv
-ered free to depot. Country orders promptl aittended to.
~ Phosphate Company. CoieGo res
-HIGH GRADE FERTILIZlERS
Of All Kinds. NIdmfJi
Address, ~LYf4 ~V?L
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Betihngad Slpe s .ulse ek edfrseie
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ir dcesearedbwillbsendithem Nineproperlygattest
n aan L Fer o-. nb to Cai es a ndfteln ndapeiiinsfrteueo
SWholesale & etai l msso Dee i reg aet adaL(or
BHos-ye, ame ad Poultryoteiserd nth Pt
imeit protectNoon.1Send 2orisandbrket
Office, 18 &I20IMarket St.,kEasthoftEast Bay
al ;ruT:;~S, I ec..hx~oced AGroces,
Wi.nesCO, Pn SliciTocsEt
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CILA LE~TO, s. CHAYRLE hlston. S. C
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to .~j aginst thecsbety af oirloanthsktoa
ir dcceasod, ci.l sens thas.in propedlyyattest
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entS Kintg Stteedethrt,
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27G EAST DAY,
d Contr orers oliite. i Write for our special pr'ces on full
Cr'TTO NA s. (' or mnixed car load lots.
.N SUMTER, S. C.
re thanks, and to express my high appreciation, for their lib
to me. I shall continue the present year to conduct my busi
rest assured they will always get at my store
(ND BEST GOODS.
:e room for my
irty days will give
nd Winter Goods.
GIVE ME THEIR PATRONAGE.
R, S. C.
I here are You Going?
Why of course to
Wholesale and Retail Merchants,
SUMTER, S. C.
We Invite Retail Merchants from the Country to Inspect
Our Wholesale Stock,
And Compare Our Prices With Any Southern Market.
To the Retail Trade we offer special inducements. Our
purchases are made with the manufacturers direct, and you
save the retailers' profit by buying your goods from us. Our
tremendous stock must be sold and will be, at
Rock Bottom Prices.
We have our Dry Goods, Grocery, Shoe and Clothing De.
partments filled to overflowing.
Our stock of Silks, Satins, and in fact everything a lady's heart
can wish in making up her winter wardrobe or Christmas
trousseau, can be bought to advantage at
O'Donnell & Co.'s,
1 Main Street, SU.'dTER, S. C.
THE PALACE SALOON,
NEXT DOOR TO BANK,
su~MTm, S. C.
We keep always on han~d a full stock of Wines, Liquors, Brandies, For
teis, Ales, &c.
BEER ON DRAUGHT,
and all kinds of beverages.
Pool and Billiard Parlors.
Tobacco an.c. Cigars.
A place of recreation for gentlemen. Call and see us.
A. P. L E VY & CO.,
Main Street, SUMTER, S. C.
Wholesale Bakery and Candy Factory,
464 & 466 King Street,
CHA.3.=1 T 'ISTON, S- C
PRoPRIEToRS OF THE FAMOUS PUCK BRAND CANDY.
McElree'8 New Jewelry Palace,
262 ming street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE LAR~GEST AND F'INEST STOCK
IN THE SOUTHiERN STATES.
Gold Watches, Silver Watches, Water bury Watches, and
Scond( IHand Watches,
SILVER PLATED WARE, AND WEDDING PRESENTS,
Spectacles, Eye Glasses,
AND ALL KINDS OF JEWELnY AT
Mc~lree's New Jewelry Palace,
o 4 K;,m- atvcet CIIBL ESTO)N. S. C.