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eye Publishing Company sends us am
advertisement worth a dollar and a
quarter and says: "If you will insert
the above as a reading notice one
time, we will place the name of any
lady you may send us on our sub
scription list for one year." This is a
fair sample of the "cheeky" propo
sitions with which the press is contin
ually deluged. We must decline the
present magnificent offer for several
First. We have no female friends
to whom we would be willing to give
such a paper as the "Housekeepdr,
the publication which we are asked to
Second. The name of this house is
strikingly like that of a firm which
swindled us a few years ago.
Third. We know of no lady who
would be willing to allow us to send
her to the Buckeye Company on their
subscription list. Ladies are natural
ly timid, and they would hesitate to
try such a novel mode of transporta
TALLEST PEOPLE LAZY.
Why are the tallest people the laziest?
They are longer in bed than others, and if
they neglect their coughs or colds, they
will be there still longer. Use Taylor's
Cherokee remedy of Sweet Gum and Mul
Probably. the biggest yoke of oxen
in the world were on exhibit at the
Maine State Fair a few days since.
They measured ten feet in girth and
weighed 7,000 pounds. It cost $1,000
to raise them to that great weight.
.INDISPENSIBLE TO THE TOILET.
.)arby's Prophylactic Fluid cures chafing,
eruptions, and inflammation of all kinds:
cures inamed or sore eyes; relieves pains
from bites or stings of insects and sore feet;
destroys all taint of perspiration or offensive
smell from the feet or any part of the body;
cleauses and whitens the skis. Used as a
dentifrice it purifies the breath; preserves
the teeth and cures toothache; sore gums.
and canker. A little of the Fluid in the
waterused in bathing is very refreshing and
especially beneficial to the Sick.
Jas. A.. Stewart, of Wichita, Kan.,
was fined a few days ago $20,800, and
sentenced to 17 years and 4 months,
for violation of the prohibition law of
A WOMAN'S DISCOVERY.
"Another wonderful discovery has b,'.n
made and that too by a lady in this country.
Disease fastened its clutches upon her and
tor seven years she withstood its severest
te'ts, but har vital organs were underminded
and deate 'med imminent. For three
months she cougi ed incessantly and could
not slee?. She bought of us a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption and
was so much relieved on taking first dose
that she slept all night and with one bottle
has been miraculously cured. Her name is
Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus write W. C.
Hamrick & Co., of Shelby, N. C.-Get a free
Utial bottle at J. G. Dinkins & Co's Drug
Sam Erving, an employee at the
been in the habit of depositing his
money in a hollow stump in the woods
for safe keeping. On the 20th he was
Raid .off by the mining company and
soon afterwards went to the stump to
deposit his money, 'when, to his sur
~rtse, his pocket-book, which contain
~d $95, dollars was gone. There is no
clue to the thief .--Lcn:-aster', Ledger.
THE TERDICT UN.'Di:.OUs.
'. D). Sult, Druggist. Bipp~us, Ind.,
testifies: "I can reccommend lectric bit
-ters as the very bes.t rentedy. Every bottie
bold has given relief in every case. One
xaan toch six bottles, and u s catred of
liheumnatism of 10 'years' standing." Abra
LInm Hare, druggist. B3ellville, Ohio, adirmns:
--The best w'eihng medicine I have ever
handled in my 2u years' experience, is Ele~i
tsic IAtters." T1hoan.ls of others have
added their testino'ny, so th.at the verdict is
- unnimous that Electnec Bitters do cure all
diseases of the Liver, Kidneys or .Blood.1
Only a half dolar a bott.le at D)inkins &~ Co's
Last week a prominent business'
man in Camden was asked to change
a. $5 bill. Among other pieces of
money he took or~t of his pocket was a
$2. 50 gold piece; but he said he
-could not give it ini change, as a man
had placed it in his custody to keep
for him, and that the fellow was pay
ipg him 25 cents every two months
for keeping it. This beats anything
we have ever heard of, and we cannot
think that the "foolkiller" has done
his duty, or the fellow would have
bensojourning in the spirit land'
long before now.-Ca2mden Jo)urnal.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Uleers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Corns, and all Ski Eruptions, and positive-'
ly cures Piles,.or no pay required. it is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
mney refunded. Brice 20 cents per box.
Far sale by Dinkins & Co.
According to a recent decision of
the Attorney General, all insurance
agents in South Carolina must be
authorized by special vote of the di
rectors of the company wich they
In Brief, And To The Point.
Dyspepsia is dreadful. Bisorider
ed liver is misery. Indigestion is a
foe to good nature.
The human digestive apparatus is
one of the most comnplicateai and won
derful things in existence. It is east-:
ly put out ot order.
Greasy food, tough food, bad cook
ery, mental worry, late hours, irregu
lar habits, and many other things
which ought not to be, have made the
American people a nation of dyspep
But Green's August Flower has
done a wonderful work in reforming
this sad business and making the.
American people so healthy that they
can enjoy their meals and be happy.
Remember:--No happihess without
health. But Green'a.Agjgust Flower
brings health and happiness to the
dyspeptic. Ask your druggist for a,
1Matl Seventyfv-ea cn.
FAULTLESS FAMILY MEDICINE
"I have used Simmons Liver
Regulator for many years, hav
ing made it my only Family
Medicine. My mother before
2ne was very partial to it. It is t
a safe, good and reliable medi
cine for any disorder of the
system, and if used in time is
a great preventive of sickness.
I often recommend it to my
friends, and shall continue to
"Rev. James MI. Rollins,
TIME AND DOCTORS' BILLS SAVED by
always keeping Simmons 1dver
Regulator tn the houee.
"I have found Simmons Liver
Regulator the best family med
icine I ever used for anything
that may happen, have used it
in Indigstion, Colic, Diarrhea,
Biliounwss, and found it to re
lieve immediately. After eat
ing a hearty supper, if, on going
to bed, I take about a teaspoon
ful, I never feel the effects of
the supper eaten.
"OVID G. SPARKS,
"Ex-Mayor Macon, Ga."
Has our Z Stamp on front of Wrapper.
J. H. Zeilin & Co., Sole Proprietors, I
Price, 61.00. PHv ADELPHIA, PA.
The sweet ahered from a tree of the
me name, bR. A Aeadereams In
the Southern a. Kntucns ain 18~1. ex
b'yFiloa Pcpatadmb oolensk?ie o.~
W~nilite eurke' torirs as cog.astiaes
importedAustralin;_ secon dQam.~. wa
KateHayes b u prt Alin; third da
wsEnob imned P~rniamn; fot dam
Te Bolecod aimorthed Raser.t
d PmDwaGBe BOsFy WirstE ByUrtEd
Wilkeds' Woe~nder; it ,a wat aner
seventd dam was byi inre lelndis
byht damywa by Lodias;.n nu it d~ay w'as
by implorted soaieee tt d'fa~ wa
imported Jolly-Roger; evnh dan wab
ater Twaethmas by Mipru*~bone; thir i
tesent, se b imported i ustr ofthi
Wilkef'Brndn.aad'u -s hnil
Ieth ill besee by the abored htreis ,
aseigh dand wash'bly rdi ast dan wtal-s
byo in cpontSvry engh dc it by gn
irtesad dl lriv delgehtully.~ b
P874.-erom Pwl arn: Puse y c or twro:
ertld alf milre, maeon byu Wili Barke,
time 0.51 araog ein:wsseodi
tim e seen. art abeegwa thirke for
won hiby Ceape ake;himebl 1.4dasan Sa.
187n6in rtcogay eing dac;loe and an
quartries ran rseondwolly Actrns
tie1.Jerome Park: ranthri racetwT
far l ae, onanl ngt mile won byBr,
ertime .. al rtiorw end Meet
wonas bytares nbti 1.5-, 1.55by Btial
timoe ) ~Stg Meeting: wile heirs foralagswo
nby ihesaperke; time .4 .18 ,2 et
ina t Saatogus, nRce n andotes
teeivn s.3 eome Pjryark rtird inrace
fo rf withg.on an ponesight r e o n Heyi
now at teeof~ Bevetiea Shandsome
hore Meetng ie hetsfrunda.s ~o
the rihi adverisng reherd. He isb
found every day.
September 5, ~18S7. ad
WiF MAGUIE, P
* rn.un Establishmlent
LUfII1I1 and Works.
BING STREET, a
tTPPERI FLOOR; .
And Office and Ware Rooms 365 King -
tee C1LARLESTON, S. C.
Write fOr Prices.
prNEW WAVELY HOUSE, IN THE 5
Bend of King Street, Charleston.
The Waverly, having been thoroughly'
enovated the past summer and newly fur- -
mdshed throughout, makes its acoommoda
tions un urpassed. Incandescent Electric
Ligh a and Electric Bells are used in all:
rooms and hallways. Rates $2.00 and $2.50.
n T. 4FRan Ptonenor
NOTICE TO TEACHERS!
)FFICE OP SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
CLUziMoN CotmY. -
Manning, S. S., September 19, 1887.
Notice is hereby given that the last land
>nly meeting, for the examination of per
ons desiring to teach in the free common
chools of this county, will be held in Man
ing on Friday the 7th of October next,
ommencing promptly at 10 o'clock A. x.,
nd clossing at 5 o'clock F. M.
Notice is also given that no licenses to
each will be issued except in extreme cases.
All certificates of qualification must be
resented on that day for renewal, etc.
Trustees of the several School Districts
ill please extend this notice.
P. G. BENBOW, Sch'l Com. C. C.
and Chairman Board of Examiners.
lames Allan & Co.,
JEW E LERS,
285 King Street,
Chaarleston., B. C.
We offer a : .rge and varied
stock in Watches, Clocks, Di
amonds, Jewelry, Sterling Sil
er, Silver Plated Ware, Bronzes, Lamps,i
ine China, Spectacies, and Eye Glasses,I
?ancy Goods, and Cutlery. Buyers arej
invited to Examine our Goods
and prices before purchasing.
Frr GOODS. - - - LOwES' PmcES.
JAMES ALLAN & CO.,
285 Kn;G STrEET,
[SIGN OF DRUt CLOcK.]
CHARLESTON, S. C.
COME WITH ME TO
'he Palace Saloon,
His Bar is first class in all its ap
pointments. He keeps always
in stock the purest
'TNS LIQUORS, P
3001est Fancy Drinks
r the bot weather, and imhing invig
orators for the winter. See his
olden Grain Rye,
Old N. C. Corn,
Fine Cogniac Brandy,
Always a full stock of .
i hand. A reputation established.
Mr Satisfaction guaranteed.
. W~okoviskie, Agent,
MANNING, S. C.
he place to get cheap bargains is at
the store of
near the Clarendon HOtel.
A full stock of
Gents and1 Boys
Ready Made Clothing.
ots, Shoes, and Hats.
verything to be found in a first class
LOT HING STORE
"ill sell cheaper by 25 per cent than
can be sold elsewhere.
Am agentifor a Tanning Manufac
iry and will pay the highest prices
>r'Raw Hides, Otto Skins, Fox Skins,
M. KALTJSKY, Agent,
70- WHY VO TI!-oo
a, d nen sur engo spue st.
-.mmd 5REWj YORK
Sumter, S C.
Dry Goods and Notions.
We have in stock the finest assort
ment of Dry Goods and Notions ever
brought to Sumter and at prices so
is to create surprise and place us be
Wraps, Circulars, Cloaks, Jer
seys, Valking Jackets.
Special attention is called to our
Ladies' Robe Dress Patterns,
from $7.50 to $25,00.
CAL1COES 31 ets. MUSLINS3. cts.
Our stock of
:annot be excelled. We have on hand an
endless varietv from the "love of a bon
net" to the ordinary sun shade,
maging in price from 50 cts. to $5.00.
I very popular Shoe for the ladies, is our
$1.00 shoe, which gives unprecedented
We have on hand a lot of fine Ladies'Shoes
at $2.50; every pair warranted. Sole
A. S. BROWN,
ALL THE LI
lien's and Bovs
Dir Stock ofj
be Sold at prices thlat can
Men and Beys Hats, from 25 cents
>r $5.50. Our, 75 cents shirts are equi
A WELL KN
X Dealer who makes a Specialt;
ways supply the Best Go
IT IS THIEREFORE T(
R. W. DUR
and would call especial attention ton
RUBBER -D LEI
in all widths, with Rivets~ and B3
3TOVES OF EVERY VA
Lnd the inest and largest as'sortmient at T.
SCISSORS, &c., from the best factories<
tion has been baid to> the selectio
Waron Material of ev
single an'd Double Muzzle and Breech
&c. Rembmnber this is the ONLY
and will. be supporte
ou Visit Sun1
0 ' DONNI
Rochester, New York.
NO VEL TIES :
A fine line of All-Wool Flannel Stripes and
Plaids at 50 ets. per yard.
100 dozen from 25 cents to
$1.50;-can't be bought
elsewhere for less than $2.00
to $3.00. Regulars from
$1.00 to $3.00.
Clothing for Gents.
$1.50 to $25.00 a suit. Overcoats $6 to S18.
We are also prepared to furnish from our
immense stock, suits of latest styles, for boys
of all ages at from $2.00 to $9.00 a suit.
Neck Ties-Latest Designs.
5 cents to 75 cents a piece.
Do you want a Market Basket, Lunch
Basket or any other kind of a
Basket ? Then here
is the place
to purchase, as our stock
is large, variety great, and
prices way down
tOWN & C
e in the City ha
s' suits, from $3.
lien's anid Boys
U~nlaundlried Shirts at 50 cents, 7
1 to most shirts that are sold at $1.00
to suit thi
BROWN & 4
r of one particular line can al
ods at the Lowest Prices.
) YOUR INTEREST TO
ver nown variety of
very large and well selecteel stock of
aperb stock of
ABLE AND POCKET CUTLERYfl, RAZORS,
n of PoTa VRE TIN WAREpec 1ttn
ery Conceivable Kind.
Loading Guns,. Ammunition, S3hells,
HARDWARE STORE IN .TOWN
d by LOW PRICES.
ter call at tbl.&
LL & CO.
to the bottom.
Our Stock of
is simply immense; and if you but
call and give as a chance, we will
astonish you as to
We can also suit you in L
of every description from a jack-knife
to a sweep. Also Bagging
In fact our store is packed and jamm
ed, up-stairs and down stairs
with the very goods you are
looking for, and which t
we are determined
to sell you. So
come and be convinced that we mean
what we say, and don't you forget it.
Call and See Us.
R, S.. C.
ES AT LOWE
ndlinig a full Iint
Children 's suits,
a.rgest in the Q<
5 cents, and $1.00.
Will sell sir of our Sil'
for 75. Remember our entire stock is
3. G. Drsruss, M D.
ZDRUGGISTS AND A
Paints, Oils, Glas
S Fancy and Toi]
and everything usuall
DFirst Class D:
f pounded by day or ni
-J. G. DIN KII
D [Sign of the Go
Sumter, S. C.
e have out-houses for the accommo
dation of our country friends
who are compelled
to stay in town over night.
iheds for your Wagons,
Stalls for your Horses.
Our polite and gentlemanly clerks
ave been impressed with our deter
Aination to make it to your advan
ge to purchase your goods from us.
Ve are paying the
CASH PRICE FOR
DO T T O N.
a- Special inducements to coun,
ry merchants desiring -small stocks.
Our personal attention given to the
fing of orders from our country
O'DONNELL & CO.
Sumter, S. C.
J. S. CHANDLER.
Sof the popular'
from $1.5O up:
Drnty, andl will
er King, the best shirt in the- market
new and will be disposed of at prices
umer, S. C.
[N AND LIBERTY STREETS.
R. B. LoSAm.
ty kept in a
carefully com- -
IS & CO.CD