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THE N ING TI Z.
WEDNESDA\ NOV. 2, 181.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One Year, in Advance S1.50, or $2.00 at
the Expiration of Six Months.
Advertisements.-Per Square, first in
Each subsequent insertion. 50c.
si' Contract Advertising at reduced
Mr. Joseph James spent several days last
week with his uncle, Rev. James McDowell.
The rain last Saturday prevented the
meeting of the teachors association appoint
ed for that day.
The county jail is now empty. What a
record to boast of if it continues thus, till
0. C. C. Cerasine Cough Cure, never fails;
25 cents a bottle at Dinkins & Co's Drug
The advertisment of J. Ryttenberg &
sons, has been crowded out this week. It
will appear in our next.
The Sheriff will sell several valuable tracts
of land next Monday, salesday. See his ad
Misses Hessie and Janie McDowell have
returned home from their summer trip to
the mountains .
Rn MEAT TOBACCO. Our town is
excited over the "Red Meat Tobacco."
The best known. Ask for it.
Prof. W. B. Bonham has recovered from
his illness, and is again at his post in
charge of the Foreston Academy
Our town this week is dull compared with
last week. With the adjournment of the
circuit court there is always a calm.
C. C. C. cures Coughs and Colds. 25 cents
per bottle, at Dinkns & Co's Drug Store.
The treasury of the Town Council has
received anumber of contributions during
the past week, due to too much indul
gence in the "wee drap."
The entertainment advertised to be given
last week by Miss Pack at the Baptist
Church had to be postponed on account of
Mrs. Jno. A. Burgess has just received a
choice lot of Millinery and Ladies' goods all
of which she will sell very low for cash. A
Mr. Richard Davis. a corporal-of the pen
itentiary guards, was in Manning one day
last week. He returned with the work of
the "Sessions," five criminals; our quoto to
the convict gang at Columbia.
Our pressman must have caught the gen
eral contagion last week and got on a spree.
He has printed the fourth page of the paper
up-side-down. Our readers will have to re
erse the paper to read that page.
Farmers wanting fresh field Seeds
suited to this climate, will find them
at Lorick and Lowrance, Columbia,
Mr. W. T. Lesesne left yesterday for
Florida to superintend the large orange in
terests of his family out there. He will be
gone perhaps until next Summer.
Talmage's sermons are now regulary
published in this paper. He is probably
the greatest pulpit orator in America, and
the perusal of his sermons always afford
pleasure and profit.
An interesting communication of a re
-markable cure effected by Dr. A. J. Briggs,
has been crowded out this week. We will
take pleasure in publishing it in our next
Tn order to make room this week for the
report of the grand jury, it was necessary to
leave out considerable editorial and local
eattema, also a number of advertisements.
The lat will receive an eatra insertion at
C. O. C. at Dins & Cb's.
Mr. W. B. Dingle, of Summierton, Claren
don County, paid us a visit on last Monday.
Years ago, Mr. Dingle used to clerk for Mr.
.J. T. Solomona, and was at that time one of
themnost popular and genial of our Sumter
alesme.-Watchmanl and Sotdhron.
Mr. Wmliam Haynsworth, of Sumter,
has been employed by the trustees of school
district no. 3 to teach at the Panoda Academy.
Mr. Haynsworth has recently graduated
from the South Carolina College, ad is ful
ly competent to discharge satisfactorily and
.reditably the ronsible position he has
On Monday the outlook for the success of
the Charleston Gala Week was most dis
couraging. . Happily, there was a break in
the rainy weather Tuesday mormiag. The
sun rose clear and bright and the prospect
is now flattering, indeed, for a week of de
lightful days. Crowds have already gather
ed in the city, and large additions are dai
ly arriving. This town and county has al
ready contributed a full share of the visit
cr, and more are expected to go. The
rce of aticket thither and return is only
On account of the dreadful weather of last
week, the Court of Common Pleas which bid
fair to occupy the whole -week with coz
stant work, adjourned without accomplish
ing but very little. -Only the following casei
were tried :
osa Weinberg vs. D. W. Alderman, suit
for $1,400 on timber contract-verdict for
plaintiff, of $118.70. Messrs. Marion Moise
and A. Levi repgesented the plaintiff and
John S. Wilson and Joseph F. Rhame the
J . B. Morris vs. Thomas Wilson, suit for
$154 for damages, verdict for $150. B. Press
ley Barron represented Morris, and Earle d
uD Moisn. Thos. Wilson, suit fo:
damages, mistrial; the same attorneys.
Meeting of the School Trustees.
Notwithstanding the inclement weather or
last Saturday, the cell of Major P. G. Ben
bow, our school commissioner, for a meeting
of the school trustees met with a liberal re.
sponse. Six of the ten school districts were
represented, and the board of examinern
were present too, The school commissione
briefly stated the object of the meeting
which was to devise some means to. improve
the public school system of the county.
Captain J. A. Millsbeing called upon first
stated that his board had agreed to reduet
the schools in his district to four whit<
schools and three colored schools. On thi:
pointhis remarks were very clear and prac
tical. Messrs. Way, Bilups, Clark, and Dus
Bose all agreed that it was very necessar
to reduce the number of schools in theirre
spective districts. Mr. Way said in his dis
trict, No. 3, there would be only four school
-two white and two colored. Mr. DuBose
representing No. 10. thought his boar<
would have .four white and two eoloret
schools. Messrs. W. J. Clark, W. D. Bil
lups, and W. .1. Gamble stated that thei
boards had taken no definite action on thi
subject. Professor S. A. Nettles being cal
ed upon in a considerable speech, gave hu
views -which were listened to very attentiv
ly. After more or less discussion, the fo:
lowing ..soltion offrred by Mr. y. 3
Mills was unanimously adopted :
RESOLED : That the trustees o:- each
school .istrict aivi-le Leir respective dis
ttricts into suitable and con-En1cut schools;
that the trustees fix the salary to be raid the
eacher of each school, regardless of the num
ber of scholars or of the grade of the teach
er's certificate; and, that in case it is thought
best to have a "line" school, the trustees of
the several school districts fix the amount to
be paid by each district interested for the
salary of the teacher of the line school.
The meeting then adjourned.
Belting, Packing, Oils, and Mill
supplies generally; lowest prices;
also, a few second-hand Gins Presses
Lorick & Lowrence, Columbia, S. C.
LOOE OUT I
Compare this with your purchase:
A SIUTLY VIO1TASLO
MULYLESS FAMILY MEWICaNL
LB. . s as ybn: .
Price, O E Dollar
As you value health, perhaps life, examine each
package and be sure you get the Genuine. See
the red Z Trade-Mark and the full title
on front of Wrapper, and on the side
the seal and signature of J. H. Zellin &
Co., as in the above fac- simile. Remember ther
isnoother genuine Simmons Liver Regulator.
On the 30th, day of November 1887 I will
apply to the Probate Judge for Clarendon
County for a final discharge as administra
tor of the Estate of George Washington
STEAM DYE WORKS,
326 Kn G STEE,
East Side, - - Near George.
Work Delivered Free of Charge.
.James Alla & Co.,
JEW E LERS,
28.5 King Street,
Cb.arleton12 , O
|We offer a large and varied
stock in Watches, Clocks, D~i
iamonds, Jewelry, Sterling Sil
ver, Silver Plated Ware, Bronzes, Lamps,'
Fine China, Spectacles, and Eye Glasses
Fancy Goods, and Cutlery. Buyers arej
invited to Examine our Goods
jand prnees before purchasing.4
Be Goons. - - -Low~sr PRIC~s.
JAMES A LL AN & Co.,
285 Kno STREET,
[sIGN OF DRUMt CLOCK.]
CHIARLES TON, S. C.
COME W1TH ME TO
The Palace Saloon,
His Ba? is first class in all its ap
pointments. He keeps always
i stock the purest
on the market. At his counter is
Coolest Fancy Drinks
for the hot weather, and fitting invig
orators for the winter. See his
Golden Grain Rye,
Old N. C. Corn,
Fine Cogniac Brandy,
Always afull stock of
C IG A R E T T S,
on hand. A reputation established.
S a"r Satisfaction guaranteed.
S. Woikoviskie, Agent,
- MA NTING. S. C.
Sumter, S C.
Dry Goods and Notions.
We have in stock the finest assort
ment of Dry Goods and Notions ever
brought to Samter and at prices so
ss to create surprise and place us be
Wraps, Circulars, Cloaks, Jer
seys, Walking Jackets.
Special attention is called to our
dles' Robe Dress Pterms,
from $7.50 to $25,00.
CAL1COES3j ets. MUSLINS3. cts.
Our stock of
eannot be excelled. We have on hand an
endless variety from the "love of a bon
net" to the ordinary sun shade,
ranging in price from 50 cts. to $5.00.
I very popular Shoe for the ladies, is oni
$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 LU
The only hous
M~en's and Boys
Our stook o
be sold at prices that can
Men and Boys Hats, from 25 cents t
for $5.50. Our 75 cents shirts are equi
A WELL KIN
A Dealer who makes a Specialt'
ways supply the Best Go
IT IS THEREFoRE TC
R. W. DURA
They kccp in stock e'
6H EL~F H A
and would call especial attention to a
RUBBER -D LEA
in al its ihRivets and B,
STOVES OF EVERY V
And the finest and largest assortment of T.
SCISSORS, &rc., from the best factories c
tion has been baid to the selectio:
Wagon Material of evi
Single and Double Muzzle and -Breech
&c. Bembmnber this is the ONLY:
and will be supporte
Augus 31 Main
ou Visit Sur.:
'ED. p- "L~ic3 cfo Co.,
Rochester, New York.
NO VEL TIES:
A fine line of All-Wool Flannel Stripes ai
Plaids at 50 cts. per yard.
100 dozen from 25 cents 1
$1.50;-can't be bought
elsewhere for less than $2.(
to $3.00. Regulars from
$1.00 to $3.00.
Clothing for Gents.
$1.50 to $25.00 a suit. Overcoats $6 to $]
We are also prepared to furnish from o
immense stock, suits of latest styles, for be
of all ages at from $2.00 to $9.00 a suit.
Neck Ties-Latest Design
5 cents to 75 cents a piece.
Do you want a Market Basket, Luny
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
-E .A TD .A.T :
a in the City b
' suits, from $:
len's and Boy
IA T Sisthe
Unlaundried Shirts at 50 cent
Ii to most shirts that are sold at $1.0
of one particular line can e
ds at the Lowest Prices.
YOUR INTEREST TO
NT & SON
ery known variety of
very large and well selected stock of
rs ETLa T y e Pei RICE
Lperb stock of
f E Toen WArEspecia atten
ry Conceivable Kind.
Loading Guns, Ammunition, Shel
:ArDnwaRE STORE T TOWN
iter Call at the
ELL & CO.
to the bottom.
Our Stock of
is simply immense; and -if you but
call and give us a chance, we will
.0 astonish you as to
We can also suit you in
.8. of every description from a jack-knife
m to a sweep. Also Bagging
ys and Ties.
In fact our store is packed and jamm
S ed, up-stairs and down stairs
with the very goods you are
looking for, and which
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.
ER, S. C.
LES AT LOWI
andling a full lin
at Fitting suits.
s Overcoats, fron
..areest in the c
s, 75 cents, and $1.00.
Will sell six of our S
0--6for 75. Remember~ our entire stock
IJ. G. Dxxs, MD.
<Paints, Oils, G]
Fancy and T<
-i - Tot
X ( and everything usu
flpounded by day or
-J. G. DINK
,[Sign of the (
DFSWEET CUMAN -
The sweet gam. as gathered from a tree te ;
same name. growing along the small strem it
the Southern States, contains a atimulsa ns =<
poctorant principle that loosens th Dr
ducng the early mrin c ough, an stimulates
the ohild tothrowoffthefalaemmb1aaeloe
and whoopngcough. When combined with the
healing mucilaginous principle In the mulne -
Isanoo ph lfesed ptot I. TAsk Oe'
Whoiguh andcoonaumpiofl sad so pale. :
ruggst for it. Price UD~e. and i.o. :"
WrYALTER A.TAYLEUSte . ,Qe - c
G. H. LEWIS,
Old Pictures Copied and Ear
Sumter. S. C.
iii Established 1848 by
FRANK i. 'ONNOR,
-\'X DEALER Et ~r
Nearly Opposite the Ban k
SUMTER, S. C.
apital Book $tor
R. L BRYAN & CO.,
Keep constantly in stock a great varieb of
Also, all kinds of BL?ANK BOOKS. Picture
of all kinds done wihnea~tness and disc
patch, Give us a eall.
B. L. BRYAN &r CO.,
Columbiat, S. C.
LUCAS, RICHARDSON & 00,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Note, Letter, Cap, Journal. Papers tyd~e
Shears, Rulers, and a variety of Ink
stands, Wrapping Paper and Pa
CHARLESTON, S. C.
First Class in all its APPoihMlt
Splied with all M1odernl Improvemllat
Excellent Cuismne, Large Airy Rooms;.
Otis Passenger Elevator, Eleo
tric Bells and Lights, Heat
BTES, $2.00, $250, AND) $3.00.
Rooms Reserved by Mail or Telegraph
The place to get cheap bargains is at'
the store of
near the Clarendont Hotel.
A full stock of
Gets and. Boys
Ready Made Clothing.
Boots, shoes, and Hatt
Everything to be found in a first cass.
Wi l sell cheaper by 25 per ent thx
can be sold elsewhere.
E m agetfr a Tanning Manufac
tuvand wilpay the highest pnieet
four Raw ide., Otto Skins, Fox Skinst
Manning, S. 0
Sumter, S. C.
We have out-houses for the accommo
dation of our country friends
who are compelled
to stay in town over night.
Sheds for your Wagons,
Stalls for your Horses.
Our polite and gentlemanly clerks
have been impressed with our deter
mination to make it to yout advan
tage to purchase your goods from us.
We are paying the
CASH PRICE FOR
s&i Special inducements to coun
try merchants desiring small stocks.
Our personal attention given to the
filling of orders from our country
O'DONNELL & CO.
Sumter, S. C.
J. S. CHANDLER.
e of the popular
i $2.5O up.
from $1.60 up.
tou.nty, and. will
lver King, the best shirt in the market
is new ad will be disposed of at prices
inter, S. C.
AIN AND LIBERTY STREETS.
R. B. Lonm.
ally kept in a ..
rug Store. Z
s carefully corn
[S & 00.(f
MAne. S. C.