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S. A. NETTLES, t
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
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S. A. NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
Wednesday, December 25,1889.
We Ahlith &1l FbllC Adrilimiats
The MANsic TnEs publishes each and
every public advertisement of Clarendon
county. All these advertisements, except I
sheriffs sales, are published in full and di- a
.rect from the offices. The sheriff's sales fl
will be published sufficiently full for our a
readers to be kept posted. Our readers may
rest satisfied that the Tnrs will get there ev
Your Name in Print.
-Mr. George H. Huggins is visiting in
-Mrs. Rebecca Galluchat is visiting in
-Dr. W. E. Brown is on a visit to his old J
ome in Florence county.
.r. and Mrs. P. A. Alsbrook are visit
ing %LkAlsbrook's mother.
-Miss'- onie Harvin is spending her
Christmas vacation at home.
-Miss Josie McLean is on a visit to her a
father's family in North Carolina.
-Miss Lucy Barron is visiting friends
near Mars Bluff, Florence county.
-Miss Daisy Bagnal, who has been teach
ing at Bishopville, is home for Christmas.
-Miss Lucy Johnson returned last week
from a visit to her grand parents in Dar- }
-Messrs. W. E. Burgess and G. W.
Hammell, of Sumter, were in town last S
-Mr. and Mrs. R. Lee Bass and family, x
of Darlington, are visiting at Mr. B. A. y
-Mr. Chovine R. Sprott returned from
Wofford College last Friday, for his Christ
-Mr. Bollman, of the large and popular I
grocery house of Bollman Bros., of Charles- c
ton, was in town last Saturday. r
-Misses Addie McFaddin, and Lillie and
Sue Davis are home from the Columbia Fe
male College for Christmas.
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- Merry Christmas !
Remember the poor !
THE TIMEsis 5 cents acopy.
Onion sets at Dinkins & Co.'s drug store.
Happiness consists in making others hap
SThe time for paying taxes is extended'to
It looks too lazy to write it Xmasi: spell it f
out in full.
Mr. Jas. E. Tindal hae-been elected one
of the six trustees o9h-Clemson College.
Ev v rson'ho buys or in uny way
poes a copy of the TIMESfor this week,
get the pattcrn order worth 25 cents. 1
-The leg of Jesse James, the negro who a
was last week run over by the tram, was e
amputated last Wednesday. He died the
Bananas, 20 cents a dozen. E. Thames.
ie Auditor begins his rounds next
Wednesday', Jan. 1st, for the purpose of C
taking tax returns. Read his appointments i
Just ieceived, red and white onion sets at E
Dinkins & Co.'s drug store.
Dr. J. R. Brockinton, of Williamsburg,
and Miss Fannie Cole, daughter of Mr.
John S. Cole, of the Fork, were married last a
evening, Rev. R. W. Barber officiating.
Finest bananais in town at E. Thames's t
for 20 cents a dozen. Best Florida oranges.
St. Peters Lodge No. 54 A. F. M., will
meet on New Ykear's night. Candidates for
the Masters degree will be on hand prompt
ly. Members ofsister lodges are invited.
Finest crackers and cakes, the best ever ti
kept in Manningc, at 11. Kalisky's. E
The county commissioners advertise for
presented by the 16th of next January they
say they will not pay them. Bring in youar ]
old claims. -
Go to H. Thames for fruit. Cheapest place j
in town. Best bananas only 20 cents a
The county commissioners did not hold a
formal meeting last Thursday on account of
the illness of their clerk, Maj. P. G. Ben
ow. They will not' meet again till about
the middle of January.
Golden Machine Oil for Gins and Mills,
best quality, lowest price, for sale at Din
ins & Co.'s drug store.
We want to hear from our farmers who I
made big crops this year. If you made a
big crop, or have been very successful in
any experiments, let us know about it. It
may help, and give encouragement to some.
disheartened neigLabor. w
M. Levi has just received a lot of large
coking stoves. Best and cheapest.
TE ThrES presents to-day, as its Christ
mas present, a basque pattern. We send an
order for the pattern, as a number of our
papers go to old bachelors, and they wouldn't
understand it, if we were to send them a.
basque pattern. Send the order and a two
cents postage stamp to Demorest's Magazine,
New York, and the pattern will come.
Highest New York prices paid for all
kinds of furs and hides (otter, fox, coon,
anink) at M. Kalisky's.
-Mr. Moses Levi has given us a turnip
that weighs five pounds and eight ounces.
we saw another one that he raised in his
garden, that weighed five and a half pounds. 1
This is the largest turnip we have yet re
eeivcd, and we suppose is the finest grown
in this county. We think that since Mr.
Levi can raise such fine turnips he is enti
tIed to join the Alliance.
Finest bananas in town at E. Thames's,
opposite Levi's grocery department, near
postoffice, for only 20 cents a dozen. 3 for
cents. All kinds of fruits, vegetables. I
sauages, etc., for sale at lowest prices. I
Mr. J. L. Andrews was in town last week,1
and confidentially whispered to us a piece
of news, that we .hink -we are justified in
publishing, for all it is worth. He says
that last week the Eutaw ville railroad was!
completed past Packsville, and that during
the night a train of ears came running
hrough those woods at a rapid rate. The
people there, large numbers of them, but
Mr. Andrews says especially George Curtis,
Jack McLeod, and Mack Stone, took to the
woods in great fright, and several of them
have not yet got back. We noticed, howev
er, that Mr. J. L. Andrews himself lookedi
very wild and seared, and we rather suspecti
?hat he led the crowd in their flight, and is<
one of the few who is afraid to venture back.
If Mr. Andrews's friends around Packsville
are in any vway uneasy about his absence,
we can state that we think in a week or tw~o
he will be sufficiently recovered from his
great fear, and physical exhaustion resulting
frm his rapid running, to be able to be1
carried back to Packsville.1
Lawyers, merchants, trial justices, and
others, can get blanks from us at and below
.Charleston prices. Get our prices. We pro
pose controlling the Clarendon trade in
The Jordan people will have a Christmas
ree to-night at Miss Josie McLean's school
Mr. W. H. Muldrow kept his word about
he fox hunt, and caught nine foxes the last
Louis Loyns has done a thriving trade
his fall. He treats his customers well, and
bev like to trade at his store.
The Grand Central Hotel, of Columbia,
as changed management, and is now one
f the best hotels in the South.
The fair for the benefit of the new school
uilding will begin to-uight, and continue
or three nights. It promises to be a first
lass affair. Contributions through the in
.uence of our merchants -have been sent
rom a number of business houses, and ev
rything will be so arranged and regulated
s to give the greatest possible enjoyment.
Mr. Ezra A. Tindal, of Summerton, made
his year more than two large bales of cotton
n one acre, and more than sixty bushels of
orn to the acre, on some of his farm. The
otton was by actual weight, and the corn
as measured. It costs more to the acre to
ake such crops, but then the profit i4 a
ood deal more, too.
All kinds of fire works, fire crackers, ro
ian caratks, sky rockets, etc., at E.
DuRant and Belitzer of Sumter, is a new
rm, but they have taken first rank in their
usiness. They have a large and carefully
elected stock of new furniture. They sell
s low. as possible, and in addition they
ive to every purchaser for every $10 he
pends with them a ticket entitling the pur
baser to a chance at a mcst lovely S100
et of rosewood furniture. Read their ad
ertisement elsewhere, and be sure to call
> see them when in Sumter.
E. E. Rembert & Co., of Sumter, are said
> have one of the largest and best arranged
ardware stores in Sumter. They also sell
1l kinds of building material, and also a
ill line of wagons and buggies. This is
a enterprising firm, with an eye- to busi
ess and progress, and is one of the most S
)lid and substantial business houses in the Rai
tate. They sell their goods at close figures, my
ad sell the very best class of goods. Be
are to call on them while in Sumter. They ne
eep a splendid line of table cutlery. Bri
, S had
Fruit is plentiful and cheap. f
Owe no man: pay what thou owest. tin
- Whiskey will sadden thousands of *
omes to-day. lasi
The bank and all the business of
ouses in town will be closed to-day. ho
Our merchants claim that they wh
ave been most fearfully swindled in dra
number of liens this fall. it b
Moses Levi's has been thronged ou
ring Christmas. He has sold far,
housands of dollars, and his prices Th
reje never lower. be
:We wish a Merry Christmas and a 1,
appy New Year to our readers. ev
fay the brightest blessings of the a
eason be theirs. Me
Capt. Bradham says he will kill a
ig this week, that be thinks will 'j
reigh more than any other pig, the ing
ame age, in the county. Send in your
eights, gentlemen. fis
Ben Cantey, Sr., a colored man of
'ulton, was the first to respond to 3
ur polite little dun last week. He You
esponded the same day, and is now apa
aid to Nov. 17, '90. by
The new school building is nearly Po
ompleted, and it is one of the most t
andsome and imposing houses in im
wn. The ladies have decorated it un
eatifully for the fair.
We have this week discontinued the kit
hars to a good many subscribers. po
ome of them are good men, but we the
iust adhere to our rule: No pay, no fl
aper. There is one thing grafifying: st
yr every name we take off we put two hoi
Mr. H. L. McIntosh, postmaster tra
t New Zion, died suddenly late
tat Monday afternoon. His famn
v missed him, and found him dead u
t the wood pile. The cause of his the
eath is not known. An inquest was bes
a have been held yesterday. No foul J
lay is suspected.
This is one of the warmest and is
iryest fails we have ever known. Here ne:
is Christmas clay, with only one j
hort spell of moderately cold weath- yoi
r. This month has been very pleas- to
nt, almost summer weather. But the c
old, disagreeable weather will come, ter
nd we expect it this week, too. tab
The regular monthly meeting of pil
be Manning Sub-Alliance will be
teld Friday, Dec. 27th, at 10 o'clock ~
a the morning at Davis's School we
louse. The new secret work will be Le
riven out at this meeting, 'and other S
rportant business is to be transact
d. Every member should attend. Ty
Bultmann & Bro., of Sumter, is the
inly regular shoe house in that place.
n fact it would be a hard matter to
stablish another shoe store there, as*
e gives such complete satisfaction to th<
ds customers. His shoes are what lar
hey are represented to be, and his bkc
wn make is unsurpassed anywhere. 5
T. C. Scaffe is a name familiar to
verybody in Clarendon. He sells 4
toves and such goods, and attends to an
~uttering, roofing, spouting, and ea
riving wells, in any part of the coun- ers
ry. He is a careful and effcient ha
rorkan, and is deserving of thela
arge patronage he receives. Be sure an
o consult with Mr. Scaffe before clos
ng contracts for anything in his line.
Meeting of County Alliance. G.
The regular quarterly meeting of the Far
mers and Lsborers' Union of America, in
~larendon county, will be held in the Court
ouse, Friday, Jan. 3rd. A full attendance
desired as matters of of importance will
e transacted. By order of ,.. E. Tindal, -
resident. D. J. BRADH AM,
We this week give with every copy of thet
'MES an order for a pattern of -a beautiful
iasque. The pattern comes from one of the
ost fashionable houses up North. We think
his one of tbe most desirable patterns we
ould give, and we hope it will be appreci
ted by our lady readers.
M. Kalisky Got There.
Recently the Manning Guards had a pho
ograph made of the officers and privates of
he company. The photograph was an un
isually good one. Mr. Kalisky sent one of
hese photographs to a cigar nmanufactory
New York, and got them to make him
everal thousand tine cigars, with this pic
ure on each box. It is a splendid hit, and
e will find a ready sale for this fine cigar.
dn. Kalisky is proud of his new brand, and
rants everybody to try them.
There will be a called meeting of the Jacks
3reek Sub-Alliance on Saturday, Dec. 28th
nst.. for the transaction of important busi
xess, and instructions in the secret workings
>f the order. J. M. RICHAaDSON,
Our Christmnas Gift for the Ladies.
An advertisement elsewhere explains all
bout our Christmas gift. Cat out the pat-.
en order, write your name and address in hi
he blank space, draw your pen through the th
cize of the basque pattern wanted, enclose
:he order and a 2-cent stamptin an envelope,
ud address the envelope Demorest's Maga- nc
sine, New York, N. Y., and the pattern will Ich
Your Christmas Goods
from Ferdinand Levi,
Sumter, S. C., who has
on hand the
and completest line of
DRY GOODS, FANCY
GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS,
he has ever carried. Big
Be sure to see my goods
and get my prices.
Sumter, S. C.
ux3rzuorN, Dec. 23.-The Eutawville
lroad is running trains up as far as Sam
'he Summerton Drug Co. opened busi
s here last Thursday; Henderson &
hank Oliver, an honest colored man,
his corn house with all his corn and
der burnt. He also came very near get
t his horse and cow burned. The fire
irred last Thursday night.
Ir. S. R. Cole had his store broken into
Friday night. The burglar cut a plank
he floor by using an auger, and made a
e large enough for a small man to get
)ugh. He then opened the front door
ch was fastened with a bar. The money
wer was unscrewed from the counter and
bed of three cents in coppers, and then
as dumped into a hole near the Baptist
rch. Nothing else has been missed so
so their object no doubt was money.
;y were not cracksmen or they would have
wn the iron safe open. Fifty dollars will
paid for proof to convict the parties.
fr. H. L. Benbow, Jr., and Miss Daisy
nson were married on last Thursday
ping, by the Rev. H. M. Mood.
he Rev. H. M. Mood preached in the
thodist church last Sunday in the morn
and the Rev. Mr. Sublet in the Baptist
rch in the evening.
he Rev. Mr. Sablet and family are visit
at Mr. E. A. Tindal's.
iss Pattie Rutledge has returned home
i a protracted visit to Michigan. Her
er, Mrs. L. D. Bass, came with her. C.
LAE NO MIsTAE.-If you have made up
r mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not
induced to take any other. Hood's Sars
illa is a peculiar medicine, possessing,
virtue of its peculiar combination, pro
ion and preparation, curative power su
ior to any other article of the kind before
people. For all affections arising from
are blood or low state of the system it is
Iqualled. Be sure to get Hood's.
texander Parsons, a colored man, was
.d on the 11th inst., between Salters de
and Mr. 0. H. Whitfield's place on the
theastern railroad. He was walking by
side of the track, when a piece of wood
from a train that was in motion and
ek him on the head. He lived several
es in an unconscious condition. This
Iaccident should be a warning to per
snot to remain near the track when
s are passing.---ingstree Record.
ere are times when a feeling of lassi
ewill overcome the most robust, when
system craves for pure blood, to furnish
elements of health and strength. The
remedy for purifying the blood is Dr.
L. McLean's Sarsapai illa.
ik headache, biliousness, nausea, cos
ess, are promptly and agreeably ban.
d by Dr. J. H. McLean's liver rind kid
pillets (little pills.)
health and life are worth anything, and
are feeling out of sorta and tired out,
upyour system by taking Dr. J. H.
izziness, nausea, drowsiness, distress af
ating, can be cured and prevented by
ng Dr. J. H. McLean's liver and kidney
ta (little pills.)
t the last communication of St. Peters
ge No. 54 A. F. M. the following officers
e elected: James E. Dasvis, W. Mf.; Abe
ri, S. D.; N. A. Hall, J. D.; W. J. Clark,
V.; W. E. Jenkinson, J. W.; Louis Ap
, Sec.; J. T. Stukes, Treas.; S. J. Clark
B. A. Johnson, Stewards; R. A. Ridgill,
THE CLERGY RECOMMEND IT.
alaria is nothing more than a blood
on and when its attacks are felt some.
g must be taken to completely eradicate
poison from the system. Dr. Westmore
's Calisaya Tonic is the most efficient
od medicine in existence, and all disor
of the vital finid readily succumb to
nfluence. A minister writes:
entlemen:-I find I need some tonic as
appetizer, and also to fortify my system
nst malarial influences; from having tri3
t myself, and from the testimony of oth~
who had tried it, in whom I can rely, I
w of nothing so good as Dr. Westmore
d's Calisava Tonic. Please express me
e or four'bottles to the above address,
oblige. Yours sincerely,
WM. HE~nY SnICTIAND ,
Pastor Edgefield Baptist Church.
uy Dr. Westmoreland's Calisaya Tonic
Dr. L. W. Nettles, Foreston, S. C., or J.
Dinkins & Co., Manning, S. C.
Use Brown's Iron Bitters.
Physicians recommend it.
All dealers keep it. $1.00 per bottle. Genuine
atrade-markanlderossed redlines onwrapper.
ERCHANTS AND LAWYERS.
Cheaper than Charleston.
Liens, BilLs of Sale, Titles, Mornt
ages, and all kind of Legal Blanks
'or sale at the Manning Times of'-.
lce, at and below Charleston prices.
We will duplicate any bill front
harleston,for at least ten per cent.
less 'than the Charleston price. We~
ropose controlling the Cilarendon
Tent cents on 11e dollar saved is
that mu ich made. Or'ders p)romnptly
flled by mail or exrpres..
AS. A. NE TT LES,
Mfan ning, S'. (.
I O'1z i& ~ )
Weaknem; Malaria, Indigestion and
mouROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
[t cures quickly. For sale by all dealers Is
edcine. Get the genuine.
e sure to visit Moses Levi's store, and gd
low prices, and you will do your trading
-e. He sells remarkably cheap for casl:
I. Kalisky insists that the people should
go to Sumter when he is selling s<
rap. A boy's sait of clothes for $1.50
m' suits f-om M3 up.
K. of P. Matters.
The following officers were elected at the
last meeting of the Knights of Pythias:
W. J. Clark, C. C.
Jos. Sprott, Jr., V. C.
R. S. Connor, Prelate.
I. I. Bagnal, K. of II. and S.
Dr. W. E. Brown, M. at A.
B. A. Johnson. M. of F.
A. Weinberg, M. of E.
The following are the officers of the En
Dr. W. E. Brown, president.
W. K. Bell. vice-president.
S. A. Nettles, secretary.
There are eighteen member.s of the en
dowment, carrying an aggregate insurance
of $29,000, at a monthly cost of $30.65.
the pleasant flavor, gentle action and sooth
ing effects of Syrup of Figs, when in need
of a laxative, and if the father or mother be
costive or bilious, the most gratifying re-f
sults follow its use, so that it is the best fam
ily remedy known, and every family should
have a bottle.
Concert in Foreston.
Miss Graves has changed the time of her
concert in Foreston from Jan. 1 to Jan. 3,
and the price of admission for children from
15 to 10 cents. Her notice will now read:
Miss Marie Graves. assisted by the young
ladies and gentlemen of Foreston, will give
a Concert, in the Foreston Academy, on thc
evening of Jan. 3, 1890.
Doors will be open at 8 o'clock. Price of
admission, 25 cents for adults, 10 for ebil
dren. An interesting program has been
prepared, and a pleasant evening is prom
ised. Come one, come all !
GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Reorganized under new management June*
1st, 1889. Since then the house has been thor
oughly renovated: new carpets, new furni- i
ture. Making one of the most elegant and
complete hotels in the city. Rooms en suite
or single. Cuisine unexceptionable. Eleva
tor. New bath rooms. New sample room.
Exaet business center of city.
HABENICHT & GREEN.
A. V. GnEEN,
Late of Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
First Class in li -is Appointments.
Supplied with all Modern Improvements
Excellent Cuisine, Large Airy Rooms,
Otis Passenger Elevator, Elec
tric Bells and Lights, Heat
RATES, $2.00, $250 AND $3.00.
Rooms Reserved by Mail or Telegraph
NOTICE OF SALE.
Estate of Rolb'ert . Holladay.
BY VIRTUE OF THE POWER AND AU
thority therefor, vested by the last will
of the said Robert J. Holladay, in the un
dersigned Executors of said last will, which
said last will is on file in the office of the
Judge of Probate of the county of Claren- c
don, we will sell to the highest bidder, for i
cash, at the court house at Manning, on the I
first Monday in January 1890, at 12 o'clock, .
noon, the following described real estate, of
the said estate, all of which is situated in
the said county of Clarendon:
I. That tract of land containing three
hundred and seventy acres, more or less,
formerly land of the estate of James S.
Tindal, and bounded north by lands of J.
L. Andrews and land of J. L. Stukes; east
by the run of Samray Swamp; so ith by land I
I of the estate of Mrs. Sarah Holladay; and'
west by lands claimed by said Robert J.
Holladay in his lifetime, and by the public
road leafding to Sumter, in said State.
II. That parcel or tract of land contain
ing eighty acres, more or 1e53, situated on
the north side of Sammy Swamp and east
of the public road leading to Sumter, and
formerly knowni as the S. N. Thames land,
and bounded on the north l~y lands of es
tate of said Robert J. Holladay; on the east
by lands formerly of P. M. Butler: on the
south by lands formerly of Thomas T.
Touchberry; and on the west by the public'
road leading to Sumter, aforesaid.
1II. That tract or parcel of land containj.
ing one hundred an d sixty-eight acres, more
or less, bounded on the north by lands of
estate of Nat 1111l; east by lands of George .
H. Curtis; south by lands formerly known1
as the PRichard Bartlett place or tract; and 1
on the west by the said public road leading I
to Sumter. I
Parchasers of the above described prop
etwilrcive froma the executors Seeds of
coveance without warrauty oftitDLe.
-JAMES E IDL
JAMIES B. BROWN,
Executors of RI. J. H-olladay.
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Pure Drugs and Medicines,
'ANCY AN-D TOILET ARTICLES, TOILET
SOAPS, PERFUMERY, STATION
ERY, CIGARS, GARDEN SEEDS,
nd such articles as are usually kept in a
rst class drug store.
I have just added to my stock a line of
PAINTS AND OILS,
nd am prepared to sell PAINTS, OILS
LEAD, VARNISHES, BRUSHES,
a quantities to suit purchasers.
L. W. NETTLES, M.D.,
Foreston, S. C.
J J. BRAGDON,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
FORESTON, S. C:
Offers for sale on Main Street, in business
ortion of the town, TWO STORES, with
itable lots; on Manning and R. R. streets
'WO COTTAGE RESIDENCES, 4 and 6
ooms; and a number of VACANT LOTS
nitable for residences, and in different lo
alities. Terms Reasonable.
Also, a plantation near Greeleyville, 340
cres, 115 in cultivation, and a seven room
welling and necessary outbuildings.
OPPOSITE BELL'S LIVERY STABLES,
MANNING, S. C.
Has on hand a large stock of all kinds of
oods usually kept in a
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE.
Good Bacon 5 cents. Check Homespun 5
ents. Soap 3 bars for 5 cents. Best Gran
lated Sugar 10 cents. Brown Sugar 3
ounds for 25 cents. Flour 30 pounds for
1. These are
Only -a Few Prices.
I- sell only for cash, and will sell all my
oods proportionately cheap. Come and
ee the real bargains I offer.
VRS. MARY 0. BURGESS,
Miinery and ILadies' Goods.
I have an elegant stock of
the latest designs, which 1 will sell very
w for the
An accomplished Milliner from Baltimore
with me to do the work. Orders filled
romptly and satisfaction guaranteed.
MRS. MARY 0. BURGESS.
I hlave just received a car
he best wag~on on the market,
nd I wish eVery one before
urcasinlg to call and~ get my
)ries. I will for the money sell
CHEAPER THAN EVEP BEFORE.
Call early, and take your
W. K. BELL,
Manning, S. C.
L, W. THAES, Jr.
SETiVME. Sn C.
Offers to the people of this section a comn
ete line of
First Class Groceries,
onsisting of any and every kind of goods
eded for family and plantation use.
hoice First Class Hams for only 10 cents.
w ill sell ats cheap as the cheapest, and the
ntality of my goods will always he found
trictly first class.
SUTR S. C.
Begs to call the attetiton of the perople of
lare don county to the fact that he has now
n stock and constantly arriving direct from
e leading factories the largest and mjost
~omplete stock of
ever offered in this section. Also a large
tock ot Chiromuos, Engravings, Paintings,
ancy Tfables. Wall-pockets, Brackets, &c.,
c, suitable for
CHRISTMAS PRESEN [8.
Don't buy b~efore .you see his goods and
ie5. Goods care-fully fitted, packed, arnd
hlivered at ,Sumter depot
FREE OF CHARGE.
Satisfactionl guaranteed, both as to style
J. D. RUTLEDGE. E. A. TAL.
DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Keep in stock a full line of bedsteads, chairs, tables. sofas, wardrobes, bureaus, bed
room sets, cradles, cribs, mattresses, bed springs, coffins, caskets, etc., etc. Our stock of
COFFINS AND CASKETS
is equal to any kept in this or Sumter counties, and we will fill orders at any hour day or night.
Mr. H1. R. Meldau, well known in this county as a skillful and experienced mechanic, will give
personal attention to repairing of any and all kinds of furniture, or will manufacture any kind of
furniture at shortest notice. Our prices are as low as the lowest, and all we ask to effect a sale
is an inspection of our goods.
H. T. AVANT'S.
CHEAPEST STORE IN SUMMERTONI
When old high prices had his fingers in your eyes I came and pulled them out. Now keep
them out by trading with me. I always have on hand a big stock of
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR COTTON.
H. T. AVANT, Summerton S. C.
WE lEAN BUSINESS.
Everything in the furniture line from a $1.50 Bed to a $150.00 Suit at
DURANT & BELITZER'S,
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PRIZE PARLOR SUIT.
Every $10's bought entitles the purehasert4
a ticket at our magnificent SILK PLUSH
ROSEWOOD PARLOR SUIT prize, valued
at $100 and consisting of 6 pieces.
THE PRINCE MERCHANT OF
Great reduction in prices. Immense winte
stock and must be sold. Levi defies .compet:-"
tion, and will sell you goods
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Christmas stock coming in, and his stock mus
be reduced. Come one, come all, and see whatl
can be done for you by
Manning, S. 0. 4
J. c. DINIxNs, M. D. 1. D. LORTlA. -_-_-_ _
J0.G Dinkins& Co11 ll il l G U
Druggists and Pharmacists,
-DEALERS tae this as of announcing to my friends, customers,
PU E DRUG S r;MDCIE and the publlic, generally that I have rececived and am receiving
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,eorus stock of
FINE CIGARS AND General Merchandise,
TO A .Full stock of P ANTs, Or.s, G uss i
Ful stck f PINS, ILS Grssaid kindly- request mIIY old customers to inform their new fr~ends
VANISHE and WHLTE LID, also of the tyle I have "f uivin the g;eatest satisfaction to all cash
PAIT and WIITEWASII BIsiIEs. I. ...l,.., all n r be lered. T never wait or
An elegant stock of ~hItolill( 1\!l cijeto . Ireue rcson eey i
SPECA CLES and EYE GL.ASSE~S. ltdia tlllSIIrisa(cif.
No charge made for fitting the eye.
Physicians Prescriptions carefully ISl ur~ir ~onrT~ n nPrnn nn
co pouded, day or night. tJiiI iiuu Fr
J, G. Dinlkins & Co., ~M ot:Lv w e ieQikSlsadSalPois
Sign of the Golden Mortar, hX 1 I)'fl faioteeykn fgos n hn
MANNING, S. C. 1 adpie
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