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THE MANNING TIMES
abued Ecery Wenesday.
S, A. NETTLES,
11>1roP. AND PROPRIETOR.
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S. A. NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
Wednesday, October 15, 1890.
Your Name in Print.
--Mrs. Geo. H. Huggins is visiting rela
tives in Chester.
- Dr. W. E. Brown has nearly recovered
frotu a recent severe attack of rheumatism.
-Messrs. W. E. Burgess and Eugene In
gram, of Sumter, spent Sunday in Man
- -Maj. S. A. Durham. of Marion, one of
the prominent movers in the I. or R. party,
was in town Friday.
-Mr. W. E. Dinkins left Manning Mon
day night to attend lectures at the Charles
ton Medical College.
-Misses Estelle and Alice Connor went
to Greeleyville last night, to attend Miss
Emma Rhodus's marriage.
-Mr. W. L. Buck and family, of Horry
county, spent a few days this week in Man
ning with the family of Mr. N. M. Johnson.
-Mrs. Clements, of Williamsburg, who
has been visiting her brother, Mr. R. S.
Connor, for several weeks past, returned to
her home last Thursday.
-- Dr. W. S. Pack is spending a few days
in town. He has built a residence in Green
ville, and expects to move his family there
next week. He considers his prospects in
Greenville very flattering.
The managers of elections for the State
and congressional boxes have been appoint
ed. The names will be published next
Wood for sale. Call on Lowry & Thames.
Mrs. J. D. Beatson presented her hus
band last Sunday night with twins again,
a bov and a girl. Abont two years ago she
mad'e him happy by presenting him with
An elegant line of bats at Johnson's.
It is said that the man who won't take a
paper because he can borrow one, is trying
to invent a machine with which he can cook
his own dinner with the smoke of his neigh
.Just arrived at Kalisky's a fine lot of bo
The Manning Gaards will meet next Fri
day evening at 8 o'clock. Every member is
requeste1 to be present at this meeting, a.
the measures for the new uniforms will
then be taken.
Johnson has just received a fine assort
ment of clothing.
The Republicans of Manning precinct
held a meeting last night, and elected as its
officers for the coming two years: Robt. A.
White, precinct chairman; Rufus F. Gam
ble, see. and treas.
M. Levi is selling rice at 10 cents per quart
or 3 quarts for 25 cents.
A protracted meeting is to begin next
Sunday at the Methodist church in this
place. Several preachers are expected to
assist. Quarterly conference will be held
next Monday night.
Golden machine oil for gins and mills at
Dinkins & Co.'s drug store.
Mr. C. A. Bradham, of Silver, left at our
office Monday a bunch of sweet potatoes,
that contained probably forty or fifty pota
toes. They were not very large, and were
still hanging to the vine.
B. A. Johnson has on hand a full supply
of tfamily and plantation groceries.
James Hedge, the 13-year-old son of Mr.
J. C. Hodge, of Jordan, left home yesterday
morning and has not returned. Mr. Hodge
thinks he was persuaded off, and is anxious
to know of his whereabouts.
M. Kalisky has in stock a supply of very
handsome parlor lamps, which he will sell
Mr. Louis T. Fischer, of Summerton, ap
plied in open court to Judge Fraser last
Monday for naturalization papers, and was
duly inade a citizen of the United Stz.tes.
Mr. Fischer came to this country from (Ger
many when bat a boy, and was under the
impression he did not require to be natu
ralized, but after his nomination by'the re
eent Denocratic convention for county com
missioner, the matter was looked into, with
the above result.
An elegant line of colognes, extracts,
toilet soaps, face powders, hair brushes,
combs, tooth brushes, and other toilet re
quisi.tes at Dinkins & Co.'s.
Several complaints have been made by
our subscribers at Silver of not being able
to get their papers regullarly. Mr. A. WV.
Tamcs, postmaster, was in town Monday,
and says that the fault does not lie with the
Silver "post office, as he has a man at the
depot to meet every mail train, kut in the
past the freight train, which he was not re
quired to meet, would sometimes bring
dowa the papers, and they would be thrown
on the platform, where anybody and every
body would open the package and help
themselves. Mr. Thames tells us that
a new order has been issued from head
quarters which will correct the evil com
plained of, and the people will hereafter
have their papers delivered regularly.
Tie Place for Best Goods at Lowest
We call special attention to our large stock
of jerseys, in all colors and styles, from 50c
to $3.50. Silk jerseys for $2.50, worth $3.50.
La'erissa, something entirely new in dress
goods, for 85c per yard. A beautiful line
double width cashmere goods 20e and 25c.
Our stock of dress goods is complete in
every respect, and a most beautiful lire~ of
trimmings to match.
A large stock of ginghams and Scotch
ginghams from Sc to 20c per yard.
A ve.ry large stock of Satines from 10c to
5c per yard.
We catl special attention to our Satines 30
inches wide for 10c, worth 12).c.
A beautiful line or lamnbrequins, scalloped
and printed with tassels, from 75c to $3.
Felt 72 inches wide in all colors for SI.25
per yard, with felt drapery to match at 25c
A beautiful line of plush table covers
with deep fringe, from 50e to $2.
Table scarfs, silk and felt, S1, $1.25, and
Arrasene and chinelle ribersines and
Zephyr and Germantown wool.
Piushes in all qualities and colors.
Cream and blacai silk tichues 25c.
A full line of men's clothing. .Men's suits
from $3.50 up; boys' suits from $1.50 up.
We have a first class line of shoes, and we
sell at rock bottom prices.
11 you want:a good hat go to Levi Bros.
Hat~s from 25c up).
A conmplete line of gents' furnishing
-50 barrels fine western tionr just re
Comnplete line staple and fancy groceries.
Coe one, come all, and be convinced.
We pay the highest price for cotton.
LEVI BROT HERS,
Saunter, S. C.
Iee Cream at Calvary.
Epron MaxxG Trc~rs:-You wvill please
extend to the public, for the ladies of Cal
vary Baptist church, an invitation to attend
an ice cream festival, on the 21st inst., seven
o'clock P. sr. at the Calvary grange hall.
J. E. Trsnai..
Pssi-me S. C., Oct. 13, 1890.
There is a big boy baby in Forestoyal
Rev. J. C. Bissell's.
Quarterly coiference at Foreston next
Saturday :.Itt Sunday.
The Foreston young men have received
the instruments for their new brass band.
Preaching at the Methodist church here
after at 11.30 o'clock Sunday morning.
An interesting letter about the literary
entertainment at Wilsons last week will ap
pear next week.
Mr. W. T. Kennedy found a pocket book
this afternoon, and has left it at this office.
Owner can get same by pro'ing property
and paying for this notice.
A mule was stolen last week from J. D.
Chandler, of Sumter. Sheriff Lesesne yes
terday found the mule in the possession of
Harvey DuBose, who had bought it from an
other negro for $29.
The Manning Literary Club will celebrate
its first anniversary this evening with an
entertainment. Refreshments will be serv
ed to invited guests.
Mr. Nelson Scott and Miss Emma Rhodus
were married this morning at the residence
of the bride's mother, near Greeleyville.
They left on the morning's train for Bishop
ville, 31r. Scott's home.
fenry Shorter, of Davis, who was shot by
J. A. Ward some time ago, died last Monday
morning. Mr. Ward immediately again sur
rendered himself to the sheriff. He was to
day released from jail on a bond of $2,000.
James B. Hurst was shot and killed in
Sumter last Saturday afternoon by his broth
er-in-law Joseph David Chandler. It is al
leged that the trouble grew out of Chandler's
ill treatment of his wife, who was Hurst's
sister. The killing took place near Hayns
worth & Cooper's law office, and each party
fired three or four shots. Pistols were used.
Charleston's gala week is the last week in
this month. Round trip tickets will be on
sale from Oct. 25 to Oct. 31, good to return
to Nov. 3. An extra train will also be run
Oct. 27, 28, and 29, leaving Sumter 8.15 in
the morning, and returning leave Charles
ton 6.35 in the afternoon. Tickets will cost
about one ce'rt a mile each way. From Man
ning the fare is $1.60.
Fine assortment of shoes at Johnson's.
Died Sunday night, Oct. 13, at the resi
dence of Capt. Joan J. Conyers, Mrs. Isa
bella E. Blakely, in the 93rd year of her
age. The funeral services took place Mon.
day in the Presbyterian church, after which
she was buried in the Manning cemetery.
She was a member of the Manning Presby
terian church for over thirty years. She was
thrice married. Her first husband was Benj.
Hammett: two sons was the result of this
marriage. Her second husband was Capt.
John M. Witherspoon, by which marriage
she had two daughters, one being the wife
of Capt. J. J. Conyers, and the other is the
widow of the late Dr. G. Allen Huggins.
She was married the third time to John
Blakely, who pre-deceased her over twenty
Court convened here Monday, Judge Fra
ser on the bench. He briefly charged the
grand jury, after which a number of bills
were handed that body. Up to Wednesday
afternoon the following cases have been
Susan Baxter and Henry Solomons, adul
tary. Not guilty.
Allen Sumter, aggravated assault and bat
Madison Ballard, assault and battery with
intent to kill. Absent, but tried any way
and found guilty.
'The cases of E. P. Briggs and A. C. Briggs
for selling liquor without license was con
tinued, owing to the absence of an important
Preston C'nyers, murder. Not guilty.
This case, as far as the prisoner was con
cerned, was of little interest. It was begun
Tuesday and ended to-day. Mr. Conyers's
wife accompanied him into the court room,
and sat by his side till the jury was empan
eled, and then she left the room, accompa
nied by her husband's uncle. Conyer. him
self keenly enjoyed. everything ridiculous
on his trial, laughing heartily; and while
thejrwa in the room making up their
vedi,hislie ~depending on that very ver
diet, he sat in the prisoner's dock eating
toiled pinders. It was reported that Con
Iyers had beaten his wife, and her uncle, W.
E. Morris, was much incensed about it. Meet
ing Conyers on the road he attacked him,
cursing an-1 striking him with a stick. Con
vers in self-defense cut him three imes with
a knife, killing him.
Following is the presentment of the
M.mNno, S. C., Oct. 13, 1890.
To His Honor, Judge T. B. Fraser:-The
grand jury would respectfully make this
their last presentment.
We have endeavored to the best of our
ability to discharge wvhat we conceived to be
our duties without fear or favor, and while
we may not receive or deserve the welcome
11ui, wl done," of all, we feel the sat
isfaction of clear cncecs
We have acted upon all bills handed us
by the solicitor.
By recent act of Legislature our county of
ficers made their settlements with the Comp
troller General in the presence of our fore
The books of the treasurer, auditor, and
county commissioners were examined and
found correct and well kept.
A committee of our body has examined
during this term of court the other county
offices, and find nothing irregular or deserv
ing our criticism.
Since our last report the appropriation for
the purpose has been expended in repairing
the court room and various county offices,
and we are glad to note the improved ap
pearances of them all.
We fin,4 that the repairs recommended to
be done on the county jail are still unat
tended to. The windows are without shut
ters, the plastering is broken off the walls,
the roof is leaking, .and all the living rooms
and cells are uncomfortable.
The committee sent to inspect the poor
house and farm report the houses in mis
erable condition, though the inmates say
the attention given them is all they can ex
pect under the circumstances, but the sills
of the houses are rotten, and all parts of
them are sadly dilapidated.I
Public roads: The appropriations for the
two causeways, to wit: over the north and
south prongs of Black river, have been (we
think) well expended and those causeways
are no s' in excellent condition for which we
commend our commissioners, but deplore
the bad condition of the other roads and we
report them in immediate need of attention.
In some plaices the roads have not been
worked in more than a year.
W. M. PwDNr, Foreman.
SUxMzn-roN, Oct. ]3.-The weather has
cleared up, everybody has gone ta work, and
we don't hear of so much fighting. Every
thing was as quiet here on Saturday as a
clear day in June until the train came in
from Sumter with the excursion party of col
ored people. Then it looked like a christ
mas frolic or a sell supper. While several
had more liquor than they could walk under.
straight, all seemed to be in a good humor,
and no one was hurt. We have a dry town
here for the benefit of Samter and other
places that sell whiskey, but such is life.
The entertainment given by the high
school last Friday night was quite a pleas
ant affair. The recitations, dialogues. &c.
were well rendered and highly appreciated.
by the large audience. Mr. P. G. Bowman
deserves great credit for the entertainment
in having it so well arranged in such a short
time. The net proceeds wvere about fifty
The Baptist Association convenes here on
the 23rd of October instead of the 25th.
Summerton's cotton market last week went
from 9.40 to 9.50 for middling. There is no
better cotton market in the county. c.
The Republican executive committee met
in Columbia Saturday. but their proceedings
were not made oublic. Miller, the Radical
congressman fromi the black district, was
present at the meeting and paid Judge Has
kell a visit at his office during the afternoon.
Dr. J. F. Ensor, the Republican candidate
for congress against G. WV. Shell, was also
n Columbia Saturday, conferring with the
leaers of the Independents.
Charleston presbyt-ry has refused Rev.
James Woodrow, D. D., admission, on the
grounds thatt his life has become too secu
larized; that he h s editorially in his paper
relected on the honor, sincerity, and verae
ity of that presbytery, and has declared con
tempt for some of their acts;and that he re
affirms his belief in evolution, claiming the
right to advocate his belief at any time. Dr.
woodi'. wil aeali to the State synod.
Tilne sS of Silver.
SILvER, Oct. 13. -Another most unfor
nate diiculty took place at Silver on i
evening of tie 11th be-tweeii Williai \\
liams and Albert Hanks, two burly nzit
fellows, in which both were serious.lV if I
mortally wounded. One of thern uised
stick, the other a hatchet. The Last seen
Williams the doctor hal him stretched
his back, dressingt his woutids, while Tr
-Justice Mohotey had Flanks tied w]
What does all this mean ? where will
end? Rotten whiskey and bad people
together. This is what tills our jails ai
penitentiaries. The officers of the law
too lenient: they allow too mliany ditliculti
settled. It is an open sveret that w4
men buy whiskey in Snoiter aiid Maiit
and have negroes peddliig: it out, yet Sil%
is to be be blamed for evervy head dev
try which oceurs, while 1 know to i.
certain knowledge there is no whiskey sn
at Silver. Unless the bette'r cl'si of citize
stamlp out this infamiy by bringing the Ia
less before the grand jtiry. the tiie w
soon come when there w eill btanger f
one to ride the roads.
Our first market day for selling cott<
was a remarkable snecess. Cottoni brong
fair prices, which seemed to give ientire si
isfaction. On next market day (e.very F
day) we hope to be more successfnl.
Mr. Zeigler. a partner of Mr. 1'do,
now at Silver opening the way for lo
Texas colts. -o.
RACING WITH WOIE-S.
Many a thrilling tale has been told I
travelers of a race with wolves across tl
frozen steppes of Russia. Sometimes on
the picked bones of the hapless traveler .a
found to tell the tale. In our own counti
thousands are engaged in a life-and-deal
race against the wolf Consumption. TI
best weapon with which to fight the foe,
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discover
This renowned remedy has cured iyria,
of cases when all other medicines and do
tors had failed. It is the greatest bloo,
purifier and restorer of strength known
the world. For all forms of scrofulous affe
tions (and consumption is one of them),
is unequaled as a remedy.
What Duncan Thinks of Hlaskellismn.
Maj. D. R. Duncan, of Spartanburg, wl
was defeated by Capt. Shell for congress i
the fourth district, in an interview with
Spartanburg Herald reporter last week i
reference to Haskellism, said: "It is exceel
ingly unwise. These men can only succee
by the use of negro votes, and the men wl
depend on negro support will find ther
selves in the same position as the me
headed by Gov. Orr found themselves i
THE PUREST AND BEST
Articles known to medical science are use
in preparing Hood's Sarsaparilla. Every ii
gredient is carefully selected, personally e
amined, and only the best retained. TI
medicine is prepared under the supervisio
of thouroughly competent pharmacists, an
every step in the process of mianufacture:
carelully watched with a view to securing i
Hood's Sarsaparilla the best possible rusul
KINGsTr.E, Oct. 10.-The Democratic e:
ecutive committee met in the court hony
to-day to tabulat, the returns of the secon
primary. Several prec'ncts for some i
known cause held no election, and the r<
turns from Gourdins precinct were not ser
in. The following is a list of the candidate
and the votes they received: For school con
missioner, S. J. S.nowden 548, McB. Grahai
409; for treasurer, R. D. Rollins 512, W. I
McGill 479; for county commissioner, J. 1
Mathews 533, C. Lesesne 5)05, T. S. Stua
461, A. J. Brown 312. Total vote cast 99
necessary to choice 490. S. J. Snowden, 1
D. Rollins, J. M. Mathews, and C. Lesesn
having received a majority, the committe
declared them to be the nominees of tU.
TO DISPEL COLDS,
Headaches and fevers, to clense the syston
effectually, yet gently, when costive or bi
ius, or when the bilood is impure or slui
gish, to permianentiy cure habitual constip
tion, to awaken the kidneys and liver to
healthy activity, without irritating or weal
ening them, use Syrup of Figs.
You can be cheerful and happy only whio
you are well. If you feel "out of sorts,
take Dr. J. H. McLean's Sarsaparilla.
When you are constipated, ba.ve hene'
ache, or les~s of appetite, take Dr. J. H. M<
Lean's liver and kidney pillets; they ari
pleasant to take and will cure yon.
If you have a painful sense of fatign
find your anties irksome, take Dr. J1. HI. M<
Lean's Sarsaparilla. It will brace you ul
make you strong and vigorous.
Frequently accidents occur in the hous<
old which cause burns, cuts, sprains, ani
bruises; for use in such cases Dr. JI. H. M<
Lean's Volcanic Oil Liniment has for man
years been the constant tavorite family reni
if you suffer from any affection caused bi
impure blood, such as serofuln, salt rheun
sores, boils, pinmples, tetter, ringwormn, tal;
Dr. J. H. MThLean's Sarsaparilla.
To allay pains, subdune inflammation, hei
foul sores and ulcers the most prompt an
satisfactory results are obtained by usin
that old reliable remedy, Dr. J. H. McLean
Volcanic Oil Liniment.
You cannot accomplish any wvork or hus
ness unless you feel well. If you feel u~se
up -tired out-take Dr. J. H. McLean
Sarsaparilla. It will give you healtl
strength, and vitality.
For weak back, ehest pains, use a Dr. .
H. McLean's wonderful healing plaste
If you suffer pricking pains on movir
the eyes, or cannot bear bright light, an
find your sight weak and failing, you shoul
promptly use Dr. J. H. McLean's strengtl
ening eye salve. 25 cents a box.
That soar-tempered, cross, dyspeptic ir
dividual, should take Dr. J. 1H. McLean
Sarsaparilla ' It wvill maiike him feel as we
and hearty as the healthiest of us. Hie ni ell
bracing up, vitalizing, that is all.
enosP!Pa u; s .ia
Accidents dO hlappend. A
accident policy costs vecry littk
S. A. Nettles. Agent.
Haskellism in Williamsharg.
A few Haskellites met yesterday in King:
tree and after adopting a long papcr endon:
ing Haskell and indepen dentsi, and intre
duced by Mr. T. M. Gilland, who two year
ago was defeated for solicitor of the thir
circuit, and after endorsing or recommlent
ing Mr. Gilland as a candidate for cong re:
against Col. Stackhouse, they capped t.
climax by nominating an independent cour
ty ticket, as follows: For state senator, Coi
James McCutchen; house of representative
W. C. Wilson, 31. A. Thomas, and Dr. I
W. Wallace; probate judge, M. IR. Levia
school commissioner, S. McB. Scott: count
commissioners, B. S. Smith, A. T. Rodger
and W. E. Nesmith.
A cream of tartar baking powder. Hig2
.st ofall in heav-ning smtrength. . ?U'
9e TAX NOTICE.
ro COUNTY TREANU1-A:W- OFFICE,
(it Cr.uannx ( orery, -
a M1an ning, S. C.. Oct . 13, 1 4.
r HE ]gh )KS WILL ];1 OPENED
for tle colectCion (f taxes fr the fiscal
th year comiencing Noveml-r 1st, 1889, on
the 15th day of October, 1.0i, and will re
it main open' to the 15th day of Di-ceniber
following, after which tinie a penalty of 15
* per celit. attachles to all unpaid taxes.
re Section 10 of the tax bill provides, "That
(swhen the taxs and assessiients, or any
te portion thereof. charg'I against any proper
ty or party on the dtuplicate for the present
' fi year, shall not he paid on or before the
d 15th day of I )-eiiber, 1890, the connty
treasiuer iall proeed to colleet the same,
l together with the penalty of 15 per centim
on the amount so delinquent; and if the
.aimount of such deli inhluent tLaxis. :LsSOS
II ments, and penalties shall not he paid on or
'r betr thI 2nd dav of January, 1891, or be
colh-eted by distress or otherwise, then the
n same shall be treati as delinquent taxes on
b such reLl and persunal property, and shall
be collected by sale of such real and person
.i al property according to law."
The following is the tax levy:
is For State puirposes,, iive anld one fourth
% (1) im I ls.
For county purposes, four and ial? (4)
For sc(hool purposes, two (2) mills.
y Tota1, el-ven and three fourths (11:-) mills
e on the dollar of the assesseI value of all
y taxable property, both real and personal.
All inale citizens between the ages of 21
Y and 50 yearsiure liable to a poll tax of one
h dollar, except those ineapable of earning a
e support from being maimed, or from other
- The following appoininients will be filled
Ifor the purpose of collecting taxes:
Foreston, Monday, October 20.
:o Wilsons, Tuesday, October 21.
Harvins. Wednesday, October 22.
it Jordan, Thursday, October 23.
Brunsons X Roads, Monday, October 27.
David Levi's store, Tuesday, October 28.
o Sumnierton, Wednesdiy, October 29.
n D. W. Brailsfords store, Thursday, Octo
a ber 30.
Pinewood, Friday, October 31.
d Paeksville, Saturday. Noyember 1.
0 R. E. Smith's, Wednesday, November 5.
AW. J. Gibbons's, Thursday, November 6.
a New Zion, Friday, November 7.
Midway, Saturday, November 8.
The treasurer's office will be closed in
d Manning while the above appointments are
being filled. JOS. SPROTT, JR.,
Co. Treas. Clarendon County.
I take pleasure in announcing to the peo
ple of Clarendon that I an offering an mi
mense stock of dry goods, flannels, jeans,
cassimeres, prints, sh irtings, and everything
t ekse in the
line at hard pan prices. I have a full and
t complete stock of
Notions and Fancy Goods.
I ask special attention to my large asqort
ment of ready made CLOTIH ING. Mv se.
lection in this ie is very fine and of all
grades, and they' are offered at exceedingly
low prices. I am in a positioni to saive you
as I bought direct from the factories for ensh,
and I will give my eustomers the advantage
of a goo'd shoe for little money. I can beat
a ny house in the town on
as I keep a full supply on hand all the time,
and ami prep~aredl to furnish these goods at
a small margin. Call in and see me, and I
promise to prov'e to y our own satisfaction
~that it is to your interest to bry from
Opposite Court House,
M A NNIN G, S. C.
') iti mf,'rends if Cherudint:
I respectfully aLnnounce that I have open
ed up a general merchandise business in
the town of .1aning, and would
Solicit Your Patronage.
I -vill endeavor to alwayvs merit y*our e( n
tidence, arnd keep such goods as the people
I need, and will sell them at hiving prices.
Come to Manniing
andu visit myv store, an d you will find a brand
new' stock ofi
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
STinware, Crockery, Giassware,
Woodenware, Groceries, &c.
My grocery stock cannot be excelled by
any merehaiit ini this or any othecr town,
and I can save you money by buying from
v me All thait I ask is
and if I cain succeed in getting my friendsI
to visit no- whenever thboy comie to Manning,
I eel assured that I will make c'ustomers of
B. A. JOUNSON, Agt.,
MRS. MARY 0. BURCESS,
'Millinery and Notions.
Patronage solicited: sattisfacetion1 guaran
teed. Corner 1;oyee an d Briooks streets,
MNNTNG, S. C.
WHAT IS THIS?
First Class Furniture Store
SIRES & CHANDLER.
Thle best stoc~k of FU'IINTr tr cvcr offered in Manning. Give as a (-.J]. -SP.Ii-d at
tention gien to our 1 \D i'1U c!-'r\ .I 1 ' \ltTM1 I both night .l I IPIR
ING done with neatness and dispitch. Call on us at old stand of M. Lei.
L.A RGE na
ASSORTMENT Gods, Etc.,
- OF- -AT
Fine cookini Stoves, 0wtLvng7le
Tinware, / -ard vrlee l
No 232 Meeting St.,CHARLESTON, S. C.
1890 * LEVI. 1890
NEW AND MOST DESIRABLE GOODS
Being Received Daily.
We buy in immense quantities direct from the manufacturers and thereby
save all middle men's profits, which enables us to give you the best as well
as the cheaper grade of goods at prices that cannot be duplicated.
BLOW YOUR HORN,
Let the Welkin Ring.
-The old reliable," is at the front with the largest and best
selected stock of
Ever brought to Manning.
The departments through our entire establishment are now receiving their
ev fall goods in immense quantities, and what has already been received
ould make a splendid assortment, but still they have just started. The
rders placed for fall stocks are much larger than ever before, and as a con
sequence we can show the most complete assortment of dry goods, notions,
fancy goods, gents' furnishing goods, men's and boys' clothing, boots and
shoes, that can be found in the South.
Highest Price Paid for Cotton.
M OS ES L E VI,
Mann.ing, S. 0.
Lamps and Globes, House Furnishing
SElND FOR PRICES. 900DS, ETC.
Sole argents for "Gala~ndl c i a:t tertion given to
stoes and Rianges." onr res
Under Acadanmy of Music, CHARLESTON, S. C.
FUR NIT UR E!
JOSE PI- F. NOR RIS,
2s3s 1sing street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Buy your furniture for cash, and save one-half its cost. You can do it
b~y calling at the above store, and selecting from thre largest stock and cheap
est furniture store in the State.
AR LO AD~ Hickory Wagons.
Celebrated Spiral Spring Cortland Carts.
AL'SO, A FEW OF THE
A few hundred bushels of native Red Rust P'roof Oats.
Wiv. M. GRAHAMI, Sumter, S. C.
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS STORE,
Main Street, SUMTER, S. C.,
Is the place to buy. Go right in and select your fine, medi
um11. and low priced
MenR's Youths', and Boys' Clothing,
Hats, Shirts, Neckwear, Underwear, Socks, Handkerchiefs,
Umbrellas, Piece Goods, Jeans Pants, Wool Pants, and a job
lot of Coats and Vests, and everything usually kept hy us.
Large line. We call the attention of the ladies especially to
our line of
large and cheap. All of the above goods we guarantee to sell
at as low prices as can be bought anywhere. Remember, we
G00D GO O DS.
Don't forget to see them and get my prices. With thanks for
past liberal patronage of the Clarendon pe6ple, I respectfully
ask a continuance of the same. Yours very truly,
12 J. Wr wXI N.
J. RYTTENBERGi SONS,
Sumter, S. C.
New York Office, 84 West Broadway.
THE LEADING HOUSE IN THE STATE
Have now opened their immense
Fall and Winter Stock,
and invite an ispection of same. Superior goods will be found
in each department. Our prices a bomb shell for competitors,
Blessing for the People.
Is the lowest price any object to you? Are the finest quali
ties any inducement? If so. come and see our stock of
SILS, DRESS GOODS
CLOAKS, CLOTHING, NOTIONS,
Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Carpets, &c.
All mail orders wv ill receive prompt attention. Samples sent
J. RYTTENBERG & SONS.
In our Wholesale Department we are offering immense drives,
id we can convince you that you can buy goods of us as cheap
is in an~y city of the South.
DCKER & BULTIAN,
sMTyEFrm, s. C.
Delers in Dry Goods, Notions, and General Merchandise.
FULL in all DEPART.MENTS. In DREss GOODS and TRIMMINGs we have the
endin nd latest styles a shd orplete in quality quatity,e ran var e. M
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
ounty of Sutr, au in adljoinin counties, handbeen establishe lng ago. Neciw od
add to our stock daily, consequently always fresh.
Fine Teas and Coffees
A spcatv: send us an order. We have constantly on hand a big stock of Heavy
Groceries, aind we fmaLke very smau~ figures on largie quantities. we offer
to the trade. Merchants will find they can buy as cheap here as in market, and an in
pection f our st11'Ock will convince you.
P~i.m orn' will rec.... pron.. :... pt- ae.. Sa mple sent on annliention.