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THE MANNING TIMES.
Published Ecery Wednesday.
S, A. NETTLES,
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Your Name in Print.
-Sheriff H. H. Lesesne's condition re
mains about the same.
-Mr. Johnnie Davis is still quite ill at
his home near Manning.
-Mrs. Dr. W. M. Brockinton, who has
been dangerously ill, is better.
-Mr. W. H. Young was out on the streets
Monday, after undergoing a severe spell of
-Miss Rena Lucas, of Williamsburg, is
visiting the family of Mr. W. E. Dickson in
--Miss Annie Wilson, of Indiantown, is
in Manning visiting the family of her broth
er, Jno. S. Wilson.
-Mr. Joseph Sprott, Jr.. has moved to
Manning, and is occupying the residence he
recently purchased from Mr. C. R. Harvin.
Next Sunday week is Easter.
The days and nights are now equal, twelve
The town council have a gang of hands
on the streets.
The board of county commissioners will
meet next Friday.
The bottle band was out last night, mak
ing sweet music.
Mrs. Col. Cannon, of Darlington, is teach
ing school in Foreston.
The town council will soon commence
Go and examine the mules at Legg's sta
bles, advertised in another column.
Damon Lodge meets to-morrow night.
Degrees will be conferred, and a full at
tendance is desired.
DuRant & Belitzer, of Sumter, have re
cently sold two handsome solid walnut bed
room suits in this town.
W. P. DuRant, colored, formerly of this
town, was acquitted of the charge of forgery
in the Sumter court last Saturday.
Mr. Aaron Weinberg has had a very
pretty fence put around his front yard, and
it is decidedly the handsomest fence in
Kalisky has laid in a fine stock of shoes.
Mrs. Sarah M. Abercrombie, an insane
patient from Pickens county, committed
suicide Monday night at the asylum by
hanging herself with a strip of blanket.
If you want a good plow go to Johnson's.
One of our good young men was captured
by the "buzzards" last Saturday night, and
hel a prisoner in "buzzard roost" until te
wee hours before he was allowed to take his
lonely walk home.
Fresh lemons and oranges at Kalisky's.
Hm>P WasrED.--A white girl or woman to
assist in household work of a small family.
A good home and fair wages to the right
person. For further information apply at
The Manning Times office.
A very pretty assortment of laces, em
broideries, and edgings at Kalisky's.
Manning sub-alliance meets Saturday,
the 28th inst.. at 11 o'clock. A full attend
ance is desired, as business of a very impor
tant nature will be transacted, and every
member should be present.
Early Rose and Goodrich potatoes at
Read carefully the annual statement of the
New York Mutual in this issue, and if you
are contemplating taking out a life insurance
policy give this company a showing. It is the
oldest life insurance company in America.
Buy your garden seeds and onion sets at
Dinkins & Co.'s, and "don't you forget it."
Thomas Colt, a fourteen-year-Old boy of
New Haven, Conn.,-is the last reportea vic
tim of the cigarette. He was taken to the
alms house a.few days ago violently insane,
making the welkin ring with cries for more
All kinds of plows, stocks, points, bolts,
etc., just received at B. A. Johnson's, and
for sale at lowest prices.
Col E. R White, of Charleston, died at
his home last Monday, in the 55th year of
his age. He was well known in this county
among the survivors of the 23rd Regimnent.
He entered this regiment as a lieutenant,
rose to the position of captain, and for some
time commanded a battalion under Col. H.
Kahsky has Webster's dictionaries at 25
Mr..A. S. White, traveimg salesman for
the grocery house of 0. F. Wieters, was in
town last' Friday, and spoke in very com
plientary terms of "Sprott Guard," who is
writing up the movements of the 23rd regi
mient in the M?asro TIMs. He says that'
all the survivors and the children of the fa
nao 23rd should certainly be subscribers
to the paper.
A fine supply of spring clothing and
gets fine dress shiuts at Kalisky's.
An interesting meeting of the Epworth
League was held last night at Mr. M. C.
Galluchat's. It was decided to take up two
studies: history of the Bible and hist:ry of
Methodism. Mr. Jos. Sprott. Jr., will teach
the history of Methodism, and Mr. S. A.
Nettles the history of the Bible. The next
meeting will be held Tuesday evening,
Onion sets and garden seeds at Dinkins
& Co.'s drug store.
A church conference will be held next
Sunday morning in the Methodist church.
The board of stewvards request that every
member will pay as much as possible by
that time, as they will then make an item
ized statement of the church's finances.
Other business of importance will be before
the conference. It is desired that every
member be present.
B. A. Johnson will pay highest prices for
hides or take them in exchange for leather.
We were agreeably surprised to see Mr.
J. C. Jordan in town last Monday. He made
a business engagement with us some time
ago, pledging us that if life were spared him
e would meet it. Failing to meet his ob
ligation we naturally concluded he had join
ed the silent majority, and so published
him as being dead. He says he had a severe
attack of the gr~p, and nearly died, but is
still on mercy's side of the dividing line.
Fresh and genuine garden seeds at Din
kins & Co.'s drug store.
We hear a number of persons complain
ng about hogs running at large
n the streets. The Intendant's attention
was called to the matter, who issued in
structions at once to the pl)Oicemenl to taike
no all stock found running at large. There
isa lawv against stoek ruuming at large, andl
the owners wi:ll find it much cheaper to
eep their stock on their own premises
han for the council to take them in charge.
M. Kalisky has perfected arrangemcents by
which he can pey the highest prices for all
inds of hides, skims, and turs.
There has been placed in the office of the
lerk of court a very neat and convecnient
desk, arranged to hold the large reco'rds
and to give persons examiming ther
rds plenty of roomi without having to pile.
the books on top of each other as hcrcto
fore This is a much needed uinprovemen(t.
Thedesk is a fine piece of work, and re
fects credit on Mr. WV. C. Chandler, of Sires
& Chandler, furnitnre dealers of this place.
who constructed it.
The Manning Tim s job office can and
does turn out some as pretty specimens of
job work a-: come from any office in the
State. We have a lot of new and Uoautiful
type. and keep a large supply of the best
stationerv on hand. In wedding invita
tious atid such fiue work we ean't be sur
passed. Last week we prinited a beautitul
('omeircial circular for S. A. IRigby that is
just lovely. Patronizv home. Our stock is
first class, and our prices very low. We
have just received two hundred dollars
worth of stock, and all we .sk is a chance
at . our work: we can please you in price,
quality, execution, and pro:iptness.
A Fiue ife Insur:ne Compuriiy.
Life insurance, to a linmited exteit Lny
waY, is almost demanded of every one wi
has p)rsons dependent on him for Support.
Bat in ehoosing a life insurance con:pany,
great care should be exhibited, so as to sv
lect a strong. iiberal company. The New
York Mutual is one of the finest in the
world, both as to strength and liberality.
We saw recently a comparison betwcen this
company and the Equitable in which the
Mutual made decidedly the 1.-st showing.
Both these companies are good, and we
have a policy in each, but we consitder the
New York Mutual the best of the two. In
another column will be found the annu:
statement cf this company, which is one of
the finest exhibits ever made by any insur
Money in Chickens and Eggs.
Some time ago we called attention to the
raising of fine poul-ry in Clarendon. For
several weeks past we have been publishing
an advertisement of eggs for sale by Mr. W.
E. Mims, of Sumter, who probably has the
finest chickens in the State. He has fowls
that cost $15 each. These fowls will lay
more eggs and weigh more than the com
mon fowl, and with but little care. there is
no danger of losing them by disease. If
our people would but take hold of this in
dustry, it would pay far better than raising
cotton. Any lady could by a little effort on
her part make more money than she would
want to spend. $200 cold easily be made
every year, and at a very small expense.
Write to W. E. Mims or to W. B. Murray,
of Sumter, both of whom have advertise
ments in the Tmrs, and get full particu
lars from them.
A 11andsonie Dress Suit.
Brown & Chandler, of Sumter, are among
the largest clothing dealers in the State.
They have a beautiful store, and receive an
extensive patronage from this county.
Much of their success is attributed to the
proper advertising of their business, they
belonging to that class of merchants that
advertise as a business investment.
In this issue will be seen their spring an
nouncement of clothing, hats, umbrellas,
gents' furnishing goods, etc., and persons
desiring to purchase a neat suit of clothing,
a nice dress shirt, a good hat, or anything
else in their line, will find that they can be
well suited at their establishment and at
the same time feel that they are buying
from gentlemen that have by their square
dealings merited the confidence of tpe pur
Mr. W. E. Burgess, of this county is with
the firm, and a visit from the many friends
of his home will be much appreciated by
him. When you go to Sumter make it
your business to call at this establishment,
examine their goods and prices, and you
will be treated with the most considerate
and polite attention.
Was the Child Killed I
Quite a sensation was created among the
colored population last week by a report of
the sudden death and burial of a colored
infant. The mother of the child lives in
"Weinberg Town" and her name is Miss.
Coroner Rowe was informed of the sud
den 'leath last Wednesday, and on Thurs
day a jury of inquest was organized by him
to find out whether there was any grounds
ing entertained by the colored people liv
ing in that section of the town. This jury
failed to arrive at a conclusion. Sonme of
the jury believed that the child had been
killed, while others believed that it died!
from natur.l causes. Failing to render a!
verdiet Coroner Rowe discharge-d them, andi
n Saturday auother jury was empanelied
ad the much inquested inquest was again
held in the court house. The body of the
child had not been disinterred, and the ju
ry had nothing before them but the testi
nony of several colored people.
They listened to the statement of seven
witnesses, each of wvhom had a different
story to disclose, but it was very evident
fronm their statements that the child had not
received the tender care and attention it
should have received.
The examination tool: up the entire
morning, and then several hours were taken
up by the jury trying to deterunne how the
infant came to its death. They likewise
faied to come to an agreement, and Coroner
Rowe being notified that it was impoossiblel
for them to agree, ordered a recess to be
taken until Mondey morning.
Monday morning the jury resumed their
work of inquiry, and th~ee being no more
light thrown upon the mystery, they came
to the conclusion to abandon further efforts,
and decided that the child came to its death
from natural causes.
This decision does not meet with the ap
proval of some of the colored folks, who
think that the jury should have had the
body of the child disinterred and examined
Hood's sarsaparilla is on the flood tide of
popularity, which position it has reached by
its own intrinsic, undoubted merit.
What is a 100 times better than Quinine
nd 100 years ahead of doctors in treating
Fevers of allkinds? Ans.- Johnson's Chill
man Fever Tonic. Why? Because one 50
cnt bottle is guaranteed to cure.
Imm~ense Line of Goods.
The spring season is at hand, and with
it comecs the well regulated business man
with his spring annoncement to the pub
ic. A first class merchant has no fears of
ietting the public know when he has sup
plied his store with new goods, because he
regards it as a part of tae business to ad
vertise. A business not w-orth the expense
of an advertisement, is certainly in a very!
Moses Levi's establishment just now is
ne of the busiest places wve have s'een in
:any a day. Cases upon cases are con
stantly arriving, and a most magnitieent lot
of goods are being opened. lHe claimis that
his suring stock this season is the largest
id ' handsomest he has ever purchased,
nd that he made the purchase with a full
determination of competing with the largest
houses in the State.
Everybody knows w-hat kind of a man
M~r. Levi is:' they know that when he makes
up his mind to 'do anything no obstacles
can get large enough to prevent him in the
complishment of his purpose, and when
e says that he intends to compete with
other 'houses it simply means that the hub
i will get their goods as cheap as a lon~
eperience and a cash capital can place the
goods in the store. We happened to be in
is store one day last week and saw Mr.
Levi buying shoes from a drummer, and
in selecting the shoes lie told the drummer
e wanted nothing but first class goods as
his customers wanted the best goods for
the least money, and in order to meet the
requirements of his trade he could not af
ford to purchase from outside appecarances
so he miade the dr:uuimier cut into the soles~
cf the shoes in order that he might grive hiis
guarantee that his customers were buying
solid leather goods instead of goods tha
made a pretty show outside 'ad wvere stuiff
ed with wvood anid pae inside. If ever
merchant would be as eaitfuil in buyinlg
their goods, the purehasing' puiblie wou~ild
have less ground for comiplatint, anxd pur
chaser and imerchaint wvould do a more saitis
factory business. Don't fail to read what
Mr. ILevi has to say in another column.
Probably He Went.
Father (coming in upon them at
11.30)-Jenntie, don't you think it's
about time to go to bed?
Daughter-Whiy, yes, papa, what
on earth keeps you up so ltte ?
Thie Phi losophiy of Perseverane e.
Parrot- "It's no use, Jack, for you.
to kick against the inievitable !"
Boroit-"BSut how are you to
know that it is the inevitabole until:
your ki-k is mnae?"
An African Horse Trade.
Two gentlemen with black hair anI ees
and complex-fn Of the same colo' in
dulged in a horse ralo iNhnning h :st
woeek. Their names ate rt ilyir au
r Dagrd Davis :a WelnrI i -a vs.
U aurIgard I 'sVi- is a sharp t' AWn lar1 y,
while Weblbrni ),- is oily a collltlV tO0l.
Davis semted to have inlt n: I lr s.t
thle two andl Ifcus o h etrof his
couitry cousi. The ciutry coon was N t
satisficd with the taale, an i h it'e that hw
did not make a poWtveta, t oly
too,; Davis's htorse hom to trv hm to s.e if
he would cone up to the reconutnd't ation
of the wiley town co Finding "dt d-1j,
i:ggi.r lie about e ...se m. (
back, tiut when m::: . h t!ld !,:]Im
that the lorw i nt sui.t and that P
wntited his own s :. w
not listen t' givin, up D s . :m1
grew "berry l" in' :11l -
langr.ge" Wic D. a w %1:11 11:" r.-ata
he was a ine::c of t l a
ing that Davis \ iiI mt Iv- iu .h h.or
went to the st:blo :md wi v all the t t
inder and ovei Lis arn" t!w( str1 arin
of his Ethiopi:tn 'n. .d nd.h
hlorse outit froi ts im prisomnlent. IfH. it
the Davis bag ofl'ones inthe lot, n) r -
his own hiorsv ho '.
La.:t Fridayn: . r D- vt'all I;
rural innocece rote btek to town, nd
hitehed his ori- to otne (f the* pub, l. -
ing posts, it th. ining that in a city tlie
sieof3anning whewre tho polick r a n
ierous as whort,! b 'rries in t': woo' ,
that any danger conld efll .is property.
So after hitching his icrs-' he w.aited ott to
"hab a conbersation wid a chuch sister."
and when he returned he was aimazetI to
find "dat de rascally town nigger iad tak
en possession of the horse. He went back
hone Friday night without the horse. and
Saturdav morning bright and early found
him back in Manning. followiig Davis all
about town begging atid ptleadinlg with him
to let him have the horse, but Davis thought
that a trade was a trade and would not give
When Deas found that Da-is would not
let him have the horse, he said to a number
of his sympathizing fr'ends, "Year me!
nebber fool wid a town nigger if you don':
want to git hut."
Monday afternoon Deas's wife went to the
stable where Davis had the horse locked up
and turned Lim loose. The herse ran into
Mr. Weinherg's lot where Davis is employ
ed. Davis caught the horse, put a bridle on
him, antd was about to take limi hack homte,
when there was a geneiral ser'amible for the
horse, in which scveral persons p.ar
ticipated. The rtsult was that a third
negro, who elaimed to be the rel owner, got
possession of the horse, and Davis and Deas
were both left out in the dismal cold. In
the mean time the Davis "bag of bones" not
being able to get any one to own him, was
taken up by the town authorities under the
nuisance act, and will in a few days be sold
to pay the expenses of arrest and feed.
As a sequel to the above M. C. Galluchat,
Esq., agent for Seekendorf & Middleton.
who have a bill of sale of the horse in dis
pute, was indicted by Beaur.egard Davis Ior
ssault and battery, for trespass, and for
carrying conecded weapons. The triad took
place to-day before Trial Jnstice Tinunons,
mnd consurned about two hours of time. The i
iury failed to agree, and a mlstrial was en
tered. The case will come up again to-mor
row before Trial Justice Thuimons.
eware of OinIntenis for Catarrh that
is mercury will surely destroy the sense of
;mell and completely derange the whole
;ystem when entering it through the imu
.ous surfaces. Such articles should never
be used except on prescriptions from repu
table physicians, as the damage they will
do is ten fold to the good you can poss1i'
lerive from them. llall's catarrh cure, man
factured by F. j. Chney & C -., Toledo, 0.,
ontains no mercury. and is taken inter
aally, and acts directly upon the blood and
mncous surfaces of the system. In buying
Hal's catarrh cure be sure you get the gen
ine. It is taken internally. aud made in
roledo, Ohio, by F. J. Chene'y & Co.
,piISold by dr'uggists, price 75e. perbottle.
A Success-Kings Rloy al Gertuer~t1!.
Is established asta remarktable success.
Thousands of te'.tinmonials attesat its virtues.
Many of tihes~e' give by hm en and womniT
of highest statndin" in th'e m'ost hon'ored
walks of life. In the mid't ofL a t i urisin
and rapily increasing," -.i..Is th "rii
retducedl froum $1.5 to $1.0 pt ii. ottl.Ti
is done in the itr i oft tos~e whs cir
eumstances mn lif .: :ete themn fromn paing
the higher price. Tte ric wh'uo have~ tried
it will buy at any pric!, but te mal~nagers
feel that a medlicine: which possss" suc h
wonderful powers should be placed within
the reach ot the poor. Many 'hv 'said that
"Germietuer" was the cheape st tnedicinceon
the market. When it is remnb erted' Ithat ac
bottle of concentrated Germetuier malkesa
gallon of medicine ready for use. i' is' cer
tainly cheaper than ordinary medicines a
to bulk; and when the piowers of the mi-~t~
ine are taken into account th pie i'" in
considlerable. Tihe Itresenut rce is her
sult of the um;:a::ail-ii success f the r'm
edy and thL buisiness.
Oermtetner is t'oing suics that has
(iet'dy: cone~t. A.s your' dtruggist for it, antd
if he cannot furnis you send diirect to
Kings 1toyal Germe-tuecr C ompany, 14 North
iread i'ttreet. Atlaunta, G., and thteyt will
supply y'ou, chlarg-s prepa.~il, b-y mail or ex
Send stamp for book of patticulars, con
taing certilicates of wonderful cures, etc.
rice redtceda to $1.00 per bottle Mar ch 1st.
For sale in 'Janning by JT. G. Dinkints &
C.; in Foreston by Dr. L. W. Nettles.
Preparecd for Emergency.
"Good gracious, Freddy, where~
have you been ?"
"I fell into a canal, papa.'
"And with your new trousers on?
"No; I had just time to take them~
off before I fell in."
H-eed the Wamintg.
It is not infrequently the case that
itehing pimples and irritating "eat
boils" are the forerunners of larger
boils. or the more serious carbuncles.
[nvriatbly nature puts out her danger
ignals, and they should be hee'ded at
nce. The pimplles and little boils
show that the blood is no& in a good
:ondition, and natturc is trying to re
ieve the system. A few dioses of
:swift's Specific at this juncture will
.ecomnplish wonders. The eruption
vill be healed and the system cleans
ad of its imanurities. The modern
paraphr'ase of the old saying, "A
iitch in timeQ" etc., is that "Timiely'
stitches wtill save nine pairs of breech
as." The modern form has a touch of
Lumor that dues not modify the truth
nf it. In that vein, we may say that
i course of Swift's Specitic prevents
Equal to any [Emei'gency.
Wife-Did you post that letter I
Wife-I wish you hadn't. There is
something I wish to add to it.
Husband (prodlucittg le tter)--Why
lidn't you say so bef'ore ? Here it is.
A cream of tartar bakinig powdie. Iligh
nsao il i1 n leavening strngtrt. ....i U ~lI
Deserving of Patronage.
Thomas & radhan deserve the patron
age of our town. Ti-y bioght a conveni
ent bus. :ui:d releed the fire just one half.
.,:ore thV bou.It thi.r bui. h-ek fart: was
twintV-live cents. n*w ii only 12.' et-nts.
ai1 we. think thy:v ar d rtving of the
h.:nk l: patroniage of the i.0-n. f et our
people show their aplpeciation of such a
T'sagoodi de.a. o uarantei business
in the Siltre ikpill (f to-dav. It's too ex
ecssive. Or tioo-rhut Jialf the time it
Thi.: oiflr tI ral (r to pay
a riwaird, ;s ma i- ml-r the hluje tl:Lt you
w'it want vai r V me biek. anidl tha1t you
won't th. imt rew t. Of on .
\o. witnever i. i ii n 1 k in g it, and
work.: lo on is own eputatin alone,
know, uni have somithing hie has fith iniIt
U)-t 11i Itl:O i dl-e'i iruve 111f the
L. 1 g. 1 1.;t - f'
back of, thet 'uarante. TI;e business
What is- 1inekind1, is; (confulence1. PRick Of
thi:iha i htking is that clar honesty
whiich i i i' the --ave rag p)raticeh .
Dr. Pi:o i1'smediin are apohaoito
r~lieophi wh::t they are' iitne:1 to do,
an plwir b:Jml give Te money ak iar the
reanisnt ah pparsn
Doesn't it strfle ctyvo that a m adicine,
dayc tei makers ive so ioe conlideept
in, is the mie i ifee thatr yout?
S:a1bnmr Grove Items.
'-A!Ij Gno(VE, Mar. 12. -'We are having
soe n v wet eather now, bo.t too wet
to plow or b trn mnThe road are very
l. The con ty cofh m issathes of Wnil
liamgburg are hav ing the wost places work
I vsted thw little city by the Lake a few
lav :is go. U tsines was very ul , xcept
the gnano trAde. 1 was informed that th ere
bad beenn more guano sold at that place this
.cason than thev ever knewv befr.Ty
laust be going t'o manuire higher. I hear a
reat nany of them say that they are not
n to plant as minuc cotton as last year.
[I we would make a plenty of corn, and
hen as u n cotton as we cunld, welould
certainly be better off, for the price of cotton
s down, and the price of corn is up. A
reat mdany of the farmers in our section
tr still holding some of their last years
We wvouhil be glad to hear from Mr. J. M.
Knighlt aga.in on teachin, and would like
for him to expre-ss his opinion in regard to
thandoning the use of thle rod in our coun
The finny tribe will be apt to rise well if
igh water is any sign, but I don't fear the
cotton in Sandy Grove being injured if P.
Y. finds the lakes in time.
The grip seems to be subsiding, and the
general health tolerable good.
Whether on pleasure bent or business,
hould take or every trip a bottle of syrup
>f figs, as it acts most pleasantly and ef
'ictually on the kidneys, liver and bowels.
preventing fevers, headaches and other
forms of sickness. For sale in 50c. and $1
bottles by all leading druggists.
A Sermon for the Farmers.
A few days ago the writer saw a Prosper
ity planter dispose of several bales of cotton
at 7 cents that he had been offered 9.1 for a
few months ago. Being interested in the
lispos:l of the proceeds, we watched him
eave town. Ie had a sack of Minnesota
corn, a sack of Ohio oats, a sack of Virgin
ia bran, a bairei of Indiana flour a picce of
Illinois bacon, and some Maryland phos
uhate. These were loaded on a Kentucky
wnagn drawn by T.:nnessee mules with
ennsylvania harness on them. A:s Mrs.
artington says: "What on airth is this
here world a-comin' to ?-Or. Kaclberry Ob
oth the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
ently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
iver and Bow.els, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
:onizipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
ued, pleasing to the taste and ac
etable to the stomach, prompt in
ts action and truly beneficial in its
effects. prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have~ made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50e
and $1 bottles ~by all leading drug
ists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
ure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA..
LOUiSVI!LE, KY. N EW YORK, N.Y.
mWO MULES, SERVICEABLE AND IN
I god condition, will be sold cheap foir
ashi. They can be seen at the livery stable
f W. W. Leigg in this place.
JOSE~PH F. RtHAME,
Agent for owner.
Mlanning, S. C., March 18t, 1891.
MA RCH 19.
Latest sties in Ha~ts. Flowers, Ribbons,
'hildren C:aps, Mitls. Corsets, &c. Ladies
nvited1 to e.i and nmine stock.
MIrs. S. 3L CL ARKSON.
Louis Cohen & Co.,
:232 & 2:34 King Street,
CHARILESTON, S. C.
1)ry' till Fi 1alley G~ oods.$ Carlpets,
AnyX ordiers en tuuste.1 to the firm will re
Opposite Academy of Music,
C~ARLESTON'., S. C.
James F. Walsh
HIGII GRIADE LIQUORS.'
1tim MtiGng st. CH'T LTN , S. C.
TAKE YOUR PICK
From the very best while you are about it. It won't cost you any more to have all the advantages of selection from the
LEADING STOCK FOR VARIETY.
We are showing by far the best selected and most complete line of new styles and late novelties for the present season.
See it and be satisfied. for you are bound to find just whatyou want. Another very important thing for youto know is that wegive
QUALITY as well as QUANTITY, and show in all departments goods of the highest grade of value and general excellence
and lastly, be it remembered. that
IN PRIWE WE PLEASE YOU
With the best figures it is possible to make ou honest goods. C3mc and see us if you want to see all the latest things in
CLOT HING, HATS, & FURNISHING GOODS.
Bear in mind the place. We have made no change in our business, we are still at the corner of Main and Liberty Streets
where we will be glad for all our friends and customers to call and examine our pretty spring stock. Very respectfully,
Main St., SUMTER, S. C.
DR Ew IONDs, Pres. A. MI RIHETT, Sp . .ATR MICIR,' Trtas. & Gen. Agt.
Jons~ s.Ii Um sT:, Travln AgXent.
IMPERIAL FERTILIZER CO. howt * akt f7V D.
ohlce, Brown's Whaf; Factory, Ashley River,3
~~ Upside Down I UI:
3IANFACTRE~soF I:ORTE.S O
HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERB, GENUINE GERMTAN KAINIT. " 9 " 9 9*f BAZA AP
ACID PI-oSPHIATES, MU1NIATE OF~ POTASH. Turn these figures upside dowin, and in'
DISSOLVED BONE, NITR ATE OF SODA. place of 9's you have G's. see ?
Parties will tiod our goods at 3M. Lcvi's, Manning; and Davda Levi's, St. P'auls. 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 Reid Block, Cor. Main & Republican Sts.,
o. L. vi TT
In Marbie and Gran .. ~~ ~ eti es~
MAGNOLIA CEMETERY AVENUE,
CII A R~ L E 0- T O N , S. C. '
Enterprise Cars patss ofiice and workshop s. Inrt egtaa ihb n ha e
th iirnce betweet ouro Wpet places our
- C~~0., Th agidnstoe ofceting 6i and ,
TI ~N I O, A~S FTT~ this sho the imotntfcti that nothe s
thnto ofr andobd willrhoueao it.
Thee hae facits orin sthaorThe raes
Lapsan Gobs,. oue urisin pvic luf or bravao._Wplaeou
goodsnterke ofo ualityrnot. Ian-emie ha o n n~m
SEtaRwrIES.m n ET U RCS
Sob. agcnts ~or "G~rhnd ~ordcrs LowuThat's a n s a by meet ing ofat nobdy s th ealoofitomkmnyat1
G Erdes , Lnds nobody wiqe hand per cet.t.f
t~ndi Aaa~~ ofMnsi, 1IAREWeNaives falties and Guingthamt rc hess
S- proper thinges no. the Mn ket.rea
'X~7*M . S -lB P~J - we have a small select stock at correct prices.
WM.0 SHEWADWORTH& &DO
I A R iim a c. N- ai, A S umter, S.C C ).
C anst., sutr0.c
SSB'METCharleston, Sumnter, & Northern Railroad.0
-oF ~1i EFFECT JANU~ARY 18, 1891.
\ vChreso OG0 a mn 500 p nmu P
/ Lv Prgnals 7-0 a m 6 35pm m j
n'. ~ ~ Senu d fr circulars Lv Holy Hill 8 40 a im 7 0)2 p im .~U
1/ Lv Eu tawville tI 20 a mn 7 11 p mn
No 32Metig S.,CHRLSTNdrc lists. Lv Vances 9 40 anm 7 25pm 0
No22MetnS.,CA ESOS C. Li Si Paul 10 32 a mn 7 54pm Zm
Lv Summnerton 1 2am 7 53 p inm . ~ ' .
Li- I 4ville 13a 1p
ITLv ilver 1015a m 35 p m
LvUi suumerto 120 am 455p m
-- v Ynce -0-m 3
CO s I A R L E'. T O ) C. C is Lv Euawvm 8o 24 a tm 4
Lii Hovll 711 9509 a mi 7 2 O
By your furnituore for cash, and save onc-Lialf its cost. You can (10 it LvI Pregnals 9 30 a mn 7 10 p i
by alling at the above store, and selectig from the largest stock and cheap 'r Charleston 11 U., a mn 10 15 p in
furniture store inthe State. iT'u Lx crrY 0s oDUUFDACFs
Lv Uialin City 7 58a m -4 5 pm
Wohlers and Lesernanne O~a i
Ar i rgson 10 .13 a m bu ha rcsi sn s osek
Li ave 121pm a 730rpm alatm toewl cniceal
Pro-C'5 1215i is73iponfitful pomeatelepleors.eno
-AGMENT r - " l- a ilv euaept Sud..y. C. L. MARTIN,
A,.,... ~A ~ e..~ ~Acting General Manager. G I. IO
~ an~~ A~i ~ ~ A ~~TE DING INVITATIONS AND
No. 2 Meat a Specialty. "tl kidsu ~ e YrkBzar
I hav detemineothatno oeiinptmte
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