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A Bold Robery.
We clip the following from the
Williamsburg County Record:
A theft was committed in this town
on last Friday afternoon, which for
boldness of audacity is without a pre
cedent in this section. George Bar
rows, a colored man, who lives a few
miles out of town came into this place
in his buggy, drove into Mr. John
Coleman's lot at the corner of Main
and Academy streets, took his horse
and left him with the harness on.
Late in the afternoon a young colored
man, unknown here, went into the
lot, mounted the horse with the har
ness on and rode quietly and leisurely
out of town. Several persons, who
knew Burrow's horse, saw the thief
on him, but thought nothing of it un
til Burrows went to get his horse and
could not find him. Then it w-is that
they remembered the circumstance
and informed the owner, who, as soon
as he could get ready, pursued the
thief, who took the public road lead
ing from this place in the direction of
Sumter. We hear that the thief stop
ped at a gentleman's house a few
miles from Kiugstree and asked him
to loan him a saddle for a short time.
telling him that his brother had been
shot and killed in Kingstree, and that
he was in a hurry to inform his sister,
who lived a short distance up the road.
He got the saddle and the latest infor
mation of him is, that Burrows came
up with him near Camden and shot
at him, but he succeeded in escaping
on the horse. Burrows is still in pur
THETR BUSINESS BOOMING.
Probably no one thing has caused such
a general revival of trade at J. G. Diukins &
Co's Drug Store as their giving away to their
customers of so many free trial bottles of
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption.
Their trade is simply enormous in this very
valuable article from the fact. that it alwvs
cures and never disappoints. Coughs, Colds,
Aethma, Bronchitis, Croup. and all throat
and lung diseases quickly cured. You can
test it beforo buying by getting a tri.: bottle
free. large size $1. Every bottle w.;arranted.
When a Kentuckian sued a doctor
for malpractice he didn't suppose the
physician could have any defence.
He was therefore paralyzed when
twerty-four doctors took the stand
and swore they would have set a brok
en limb just that way.
You are feeling depressed, your appetite
is poor, you are bothered with Headache,
you are fidgetty, nervous, and generally out
of sorts, and want to brace up. Brace up,
but not with stimulants, spring medicines,
or bitters, which have for their basis very
cheap, bad whiskey, and which stimulate
you for an hour, and then leave you in worse
condition than before. What you want is
an alterative that will purify your blood.
atart healthy action of Liver and Kidneys.
restr your vitality, and give renewed
health, and strength. Such a medicine you
wil find in Electric Bitters, and only 50
cents a bottle at J. G. Dinkins & Co's Drug
When Farmer E. D. Higby, of
Tocsin, I., went to his well to draw
a pail of water the other morning he
found, where the water had been,
nothing but a black hole, which up to
date had been unfathomed. This is
Sone of the instances on record of the
botflm droppiog out of a well.
Bueklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts.
Brues, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
-Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains.
-Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positive
y~ores Piles, or no pay required. It is
.guaanteed to give perfect satisfaction, or.
7money refunded. Brice 25 cents per box
7Far sale by Dinkins & Co.
Two unknown men attempted to
enter the house of Mrs. John Botts,
of Chadron, Neb.. and when she told
them to go away one pulled a revolver.
2 hereupon Mrs. Botts pulled her re
r olver and fired first, putting a bullet
Sthrough the stomach of one and into
the thigh of the other intruder. One
wound was fatal, the other uncertain.
Giye Them a Chance.
That is to say, your lungs. Also
..ajl your breathing machinery. Very
'wonderful machinery it is. Not only
the larger air passages, but the thous
Sands of little tubes and cavities lead
inmg from them.
When these are clogged and chok
ed with matter which ought not to be
~there, your lungs cannot half do their
work And what they do, they can
~not do well.
Call it cold, cough, croup, pneumo
nmia, catarrh, consumption or any of
he family of throat and nose and
5%ea andlung obstructions, all are
d. Alought to be got rid of.
EThere is just one sure way to get rid
of them. Tiaat is to take Boschee's
SGerman Syrup, which any druggist
twil sell you at 75 cents a bottle. Even
feverything else has faild you, you
i may depend upon this for certain.
SA special from Columbia, Texas
?says: In a fight Sunday night, in Mat
iagorda county, between a large mob'
zof negroes and a posse of whites, four
'negroes were killed. It is not known
how many were wounded. Two whites
ost two horses in the fight. The
trouble arose over the killing of a
colored constable who had started out
i-o arrest a white planter.
TE EFFECT OF SLEEPING IN CARS
the contracti'g of cold, which often re
~slsseriously to the lungs. Never neglect
cold, but take in time Taylor's Cherokee
edy of Sweet Gum and Mullein-na
e's great caugh medicine.
~A little girl wasn't far wrong when
told her Sunday-school teacher,
anwrto the question, "What is
was "cause we ain't got any." We
.Call say that.
;adies will find relief from their Costive
Swimming in the Head, Colic, Sour
mach, Headache, Kidney trubles, etc,.
aeking a dose of Simmons Liver Regula
after dinner or supper, so as to move
bowels once a day. Mothers will have
health and the babies will grow more
by using the Regulator. If an infant
signs of Colica nothing like a few
ps in water for relief. The Genuine has
red Z on frontof Wrapper.
Compare this with your purctSae:
|3iR CSS ALYl KEDII0E
AN : f5. [g
P3_ariemton O. D.
stoc in Whe s, e , Di
amndlbcs.. Jewelry ~ c- L-D. S eelng el
rer Z Siv r ae ar, Brn te flamps,
oine China, SfApe a.rn~l Ey te Gles
vt ealads to a xamie or J.oodse!r
is.=u RZ Te SSie &M( ' U. [,-.
I W oferalag nd Jew ry,
StA..k iU A6s 'fflo* n D -
s-r Goons. -e. - - er PRS CE
28 v1r. Silv er Pae vr , cne L pii
! ac Gost h an peutp5!:. Buysa re.'!~
the P Xalak - e al Goo,
onfr.to Wolke. onsk ie,
is Barnis efr u clasin i
285h maKing Atrhs oteri
lstO iac DinI
athe nhot ewehr, anStering ini;
oratsil or te witer.nee Lhis,
CHA. Specaes. S
Old N.C C6 orecn, sng
COM WITH ARE TOTS
Te aac guarantend
S Wolkviskie, et
His plae is gert chas bgin is a
ithek store pues
nea the arendthi ounter.
Coedy Fancy Dlinks
foots, ho ete, and atin ni.
oerathing to te woninr Se firs ls
Gcldn Gra soldewee
Old agntfor TnigMnfc
ryAndwl ay th fullest ofce
>rRa HI, Otto Sin, FxSn
ad Be isfacto,.an d
M. KALISKY, et
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
as to create surprise and place us be
Wraps, Circulars, Cloaks, Jer
seys, Walking Jackets.
Special attention is called to our
Ladies' Robe Dress Patterns,
from $7.50 to $2-,00.
CAL1COES 3j cts. MUSLINS3. ts.
Our stock of
cannot be excelled. We have on hand an
endless variety from the "lose of a bon
net" to the ordinary sun shade,
ranging in price from 50 cts. to $5.00.
A very popular Shoe for the ladies, is our
$1.00 shoe, which gives unprecedented
We have on hand a tt of fine Ladies' Shoes
at $2.50; every pair warranted. Sole
A. S. BROWN,
DON' T BUY
ALL THE Ll
The only hous
Men's and Boyi
Ou~r stook or1
he sold at prices that can
Men and Boys Hats, from 25 cents
for $5.50. Our 75 cents shirts are equ
A WELL KIS
A Dealer who makes a Specialt
ways supply the Best Go
IT IS TIIEREFOR E T(
-The kep inl stock e
and would call ospecial attent on to a
RUBBER AN LEA
in all widths, with Rive and 1B
STOVES OF EVERY VA:
A large and si
ndthe Snest and largest assortnient 0f T.
SCISSORS, &c., from the best factorieso
tion has been baid to the selectio:
Wagon Material of evi
Single and Double Muzzle and Breech
&c. Rembmber this is the ONLY ]
and will be suipporte<
~ou Visit Surnal
0 ' DONNE
30.3P. 31L.OiClcE CA3C-,
Rochester, New York.
A fine line of All-Wool Flannel Stripes and
Plaids at 50 cts. per yard.
Gents' Hats. I
100 dozen from 25 cents to
$1.50:-cant 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 $18.
We are also prepared to furnish from our
immense stock, suits of latest styles, for boys
of all age6 at from $2.00 to $9.00 a snit.
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
., AND ATT:
e in the City ha
s' suits, from $&.
~ien's and Boys
[I A. f ~ not be compared
Unlaundried Shirts at 50 cents, 7(
a to most shirts that are sold at $1.00-4
to suit the
-of one particular line can al
ds at the Lowest Prices.
YOUR INTEREsT TO
ery known variety of
very large. aind w.Al selected s'toek of
sor L-en is~vb d ire.
Lperb stock of
~BLE AND PoCKET GUTLEliY, RAZoRS,
R E$op7fli AeR Epial atten
ry Conceivable Kind.
Loading Guns, Ammunition, Shells,
fARDWARE STORE IN TOWN
I by T.OW PRTCES.
;er Call at the E
LL & CO.
to the bottom.
)Ur Stock of
s simply immense; and if you but
call and give us a chance, we will
astonish you as to
N-e can also suit you in
>f every description from a jack-knife
to a sweep. Also Bagging
.n fact our store is packed and jamm
ed, ui-stairs and down stairs
with the very goods you are
lookmg for, and which
we are determined
to sell you. So
:ome and be convinced that we mean
hat we say, and don't you forget it.
Call and Zee Us.
R, S. C.
THIIING B EO0F
ES AT LOWE
adling a full line
Zhidren 's suits,
reest in the o<
cents, and $1.00.
Will sell six of onr Silv<
for 75. Remember our entire stock is
J. G. DamNs, M1 D.
D5089i~f3 AN A
Paints, Oils. Glas
Fancy aml Toil'
and everything usuall:
First Class Dr
pounded by day or nli;
J. G. DINKIE
Q [Sign of the Gol<
Sumter, S. C.
e have out-houses for the accom;e
dation of our country friena.
who are compelled
to stay in town over night.
bieds for your Wagons,
Stalls for your llorses.
Our polite and gentlemanly clerks
6ve been impressed with our deter
ination to make it to your advan
go to purchase your goods from us.
'e are paying the
CASH PRICE FOR
0 T TON.
W- Special inducements to coun
y merchants desiring small stocks.
Our personal attention given to the
ling of orders from our country
O'DONNELL & CO.
Sumter, S. C.
. S CHANDLER
of the popular
from $1.59 up.
Junty, and wim
ir King, the beat shirt in the ma~rket
aew and will be disposed of at prices
amrnter, S. C.
N AND LIBERTY STREETS.
R B. Loam.
r ket in a___
ug Store. Z
9catica, SoratcheP, ontractu
Lumbago, Sprains. E c
Rheumatism Strain, Eruptin
Burns, Stitches, Eod AD.
Scalds, 42tiffoints, Stew
Sting Backache, Wri
Bites, Gans, Vinvney,
Bruizea, Sores, Saddles$
Bunions, Spavin Piles.
THIS COOD OLD STANDeBY
accomplishes for everbody exactly what sealmed
forit. Oneof the reasons for the great popularitrot
the Mustang Liniment is found In Its universal
applicability. Everybodynoedssuh amedloa
The Lumberman needs It In case of accident.
The Housewife needs It forgeneralfamnlY Ua
.The Cannier needs It for his teamsand his msa
The Mechanio needs it lways (a hs weo
The MIinerneeds itinese of emergeney.
The Pioneer needsit-can'tgetalongwithontt
The Farmer needs It In his house, his staba
and his stock yard.
The Steamboat man or the Boamag; neee
It In liberal supply afloatand ashore.
The Horse-fancier needs It-1t Is hise@
friend and safest reliance.
The Stock-grower needs It-It wIll save ling
thousands of dollars and a world of trouble.
The Railroad man needs It and wil need ft so
long as his life Is around of accldentsand dangers.
The Backwoodsman needs It. There isnotbo
Ing like It as an antidote for the dangers to lift
limb and comfort which surround the pioneer.
The Merchant needs Itabont his store anong
his employces. Accidents will happen, and when
these come the Mustang Inlnment Is wanted atones.
Keep a Bottle Inthe House. 'Tiathe bestrA
Keep aBottle In theFactory. Its mmedha
use In case of accident saves pain and loss of wage,
Keep a Bottle Atways in the Stable f
use when wanted.
T Crat fi semedy for A
Eirrrh~lua, Ujlrj &.
Also 3v DEEN TEETHING
I ~Siple :t'nd iea..ant t. Aahe.
ID-t very fecw rea'iz' !..at that in the l~tlo
:- ccry, or w.-ctebory, growirg
e'cg:..oercunr- -- usen wh-ich so
e ya. E...e cat.a in ri., .very shr;;e, thero is a
* .-;i h i. a tendrfu cres o'n tho Lowels.
t:: e .- Ccr: Isjus1thing a
vey cn":'r-Ce rad .tla..ho orm and Is
p - .1-'es fer.nt .cc- in i..e stmazch which
re i. : terriol Gl'.- r:.ror.1.:.eTiscordial
3 .2lz t~ edycm. . st igacs
; -- nf, e,- :: .' 1cetahe this
*,sme-:,-c.ei cu:.out-:i::o.rir one
- :r -.a. u i s':"eos that can aCcet the
.c.'. zecly a :cot.v:k.nn. This
'-hc'vsc:::ina o~cr.:pod state
u aa 0: -;. tec'.a 'J.r o-rovit.
c':.: chp:tas: t' flle oem.v:==:ting a-w:y
f* :.:: i .a:;;c apen its c:'n, rher-let use this
C - , ':-; wi relievo it and -.'ithout danger.
- ;t is imp"orant that E7vllY 1fouaoLD
-ao,-7-..i a hemselveui with acme speedy relief
I -an '.a.den a.,1 da:.-aro-.a attacks. A dose of
t o. ''-M ' :llevo the ';;ai and save calling a
paIc ~ i.. -: -:chymmrancazity.
Erega 7 ThoW. A. 'O2GCo., Atlanta, Ga.
Sc.oeS.,atcyo. SoldtyGll~ sd
ja e w'. a raly clue Coughs, Croup and Con
T'o's Premium Cologne.
Te Reord of a Thoroughbred Racer,
PE&I6REE OF WILLE BURKE.
Was bred by Ri. A. Alexander, at Wood
burn Stud Farm, Kentucky, in 1871. and is
by Baywood, by Lexington, ou' of Bay Leaf
by importedi Torkshire, out of Maria Bladk
by Filbo da Pata, damn by Smolensko.
Willie ]h:ues first damn was Katina by
imported Australiean; second dam was
Kate Haes by iported Albion; third dam
S-m4j, second by imported Bluster:fifth
dam wats Beut Bosley., firsbyipre
Wilkes' Wonder; sixth dam sb impanticedr
sve'cnth dam was by imported Sterling;
eighth dami was by Clodius; ninth darn was
by. imported Silv.rcye; teuthi damn was by
i'port'd .Joly ltviger; eleventh dam was by
artner: Twelsch dam was by Monkey; thir
tcenth, an imported mare in stud of Harri
son of Brandon.
It will be seen by the above that Burke is
as lighly and fashionably bred as any Stal
lio:n .n the country. B3eing docile and gen
tie, rides and drives delightfully.
- PERlFORMANCES :
187.-Jerome Park: P1urse race for two
year olds, half mile, won by Willie Burke.
time 0.51. Sartatoga Meeting: was second in
"flsh stakes," one-half mile, won by Olitips.
time 0.7[ Saratoga Meeting: was third for
Kentucky Stakes for two year olds, one mile
wo by Chesapeake; time 1.48t.
187d.- Saratog. Selling Race: one and a
gaarter miles; ran second, won by Acturna,
tune 2.13}. Jerome Park: ran third in raco
Eor all ages, one an d one eighth miles won by
Perae; time 2.018. Baltimore Spring Meet
ng, 11andicap ra'w, zaile heats; ran second;
von by Ore Knob: time 1.51 1-.2, 1.55k, BaI
:imore Meeting: Mile heats f >r all ages, won
by Willie Burke; time 1.47), 1.48, 1,52;heat
ng Rainhanthus, and others.
Re'ceivinlg somae injury, Burke retired from
:he Turf witn a promising record. He is
ow at the age of seventeen, as handsome a
orse as can be found.
Seo his advertisement for where he can be
hund every day.
September 5, 1887. ad
CHARLESTON, S. C.
First Cias~s in' all its Appointments,
upplied with all Modern Improvements
Excellent Cuisine, Large Airy Rooms,
Otis Passenger Elevator, Eleo
-tric Bells and Lights, Heat
RA TES, $2.00, $250, AND $3.00..
%oo,. Re..,-,.ed A, .Mal m. elrwam. ,