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THE MAN1G TIMES.
Puihd)1 ed 7yEr?, Wednesday.
S. A. NETTLES,
ELrron AND PnoPn:Ton.
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d, and twelve months.
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ord r to receive a~tvnion. No colunnuni
cation of a personal character will be pub
ishel except as an advertisenient.
For f'irther informatiOn a e
S. A. NEL'-TTLES,
Mannnug. S. C.
WERESDAY, MAY 20,1891.
Your Name in 1rint.
-Mrs. Ella Steinmeyer, of Charleston, re
turns to her home to-morrow.
-Mrs. Jos -ph Sprott, Jr.. is visiting her
parents at Red Springs, N. C.
-Miss Mollie Epps. of Williamsburg, is
on a visit to Mrs. S. A. Rigby.
-Mr. J. M. Richardson. of Panola, was a
delegate to the Episcopal church conven
tion, which assembled in the city of Green
ville last week.
-Mrs. Eliza Steinmever, who has been
living with her son-in-law, Mr. W. M.
Plowrien, will leave for Charleston tc-mor
row, to reside with her son, Capt. J. H.
There is to be a new infant-ry company
organized in this place.
The catch of fish at Brewington has been
unusually large the past week.
Some miscreant fired a pistol ball into
one of the street lamps a few nights ago.
John W. Dargan died in Texas on the
14th inst. He was well known in this sec
Is your house insured ? If not see S. A.
Nettles at once, and get him to write a pol
icy for you.
The Brurson House in Sumter is the
place to get a good dinner, and it costs only
25 cents, too.
An effort is being made by the colored
folks to organize a Methodist Episcopal
church in this town.
The congregation of the Manning Presby
terian church are going to have their church
thoroughly repaired and painted.
A coachwhip snake measuring seven feet
and three inches in length was killed about
two weeks ago near Davis Station.
About two hundre: Brewington bream
were sold in town yesterday afternoon.
They were fine, and brought a good price.
Andrews Chapel Sunday-school had a
very enjoyable picnic last Friday. and al
though the weather was threatening a large
number of persons were present.
The people of Jordan are making great
-oreparations to have their "Pink Tea" en
tertainment a grand success. A fine time
may be expected by those that attend.
Dr. Thompson's corsets are the most com
fortable and best fitting corsets made. Can
be found at S. A. Rigby's.
The young men of this community desire
to organize a base ball club next Friday af
ternoon in the court house. All persons
interested in this excellent sport should at
tend the meting.
The handsomest assortment of paper and
envelopes in town at H. A. Lowry s.
We have received from Messrs. C. R.
Sprott and B. H. Henderson invitations to
Wofford College commencement June 14-16.
'The invitations are handsomely gotten up,
and are real works of art.
Pure and unadulterated extracts of all
flavors at H. A. Lowry's.
There will soon begin the running of four
daily passenger trains on the Central road,
between Charleston and Columbia, thus
giving an opportunity of visiting Charleston
and returning the same day.
First class milk shakes at Lowry's, a
miekle a glass.
Leon Fischer, of Orangeburg, a twelve
-vear-old nephew of County Commissioner
Fischer of this county, was accidentally shot
yesterday in the forehead by a friend while
playing with a parlor rifle. His wound is
-not considered dangerous.
Lemon, vanilla, and strawberry extracts
There are now two J. E. Davises in the
court house ring: J. E. Davis, who has ben
clerk of court for eleven years, and J. El.
bert Davis, who was yesterday appointed
auditor. Though of the same name, inti
mate friends, and near neighbors, yet they
are not related.
--Go to Rigby's and supply yourself witi
one of Dr. Thompson's famous glove-fittmng
corsets. He has them in various styles.
W~hen you come to Manning to attend
court don't fail to call at this office and
have your name entered on our subscrip
-tion list. Ye veterans -of the lost cause
:sbould not be without the historical remi
-niscences that are being published in thi
.? siso~ TnMs.
For la grippe, coughs, colds, etc., use syr
utpl of rock eandy. horehound, and tohr
S0c. a bottle at Dinkins & Co.'s drng store
The town council have decided to pur
6hase a right-of-way through the-loyd lo
nouw owned by Mr. M. Levi for the purposE
of openinug and straightening the streel
throughi Weinberg town. This street wil
be vry eonvenient for those liyig in tha
pordion of the town.
H. A. Lowry lies his soda water fountaii
in full b~ast.
Our people will go to Sumter to trade
and while there they need a cool re-freslini
drink of soda water, and the place to get
is at W. H. Gilliland's new and beautifu
drug store. He has a magnificent fountain
and manufactures all his syrups, gas, etc.
thereby ensuring purity. Try a glass of hi
~soda. and you will want another.
Just received a lot of fine stationery a
Mr. John C. Davis, aged thirty-one years
di'ed of consumption last Saturday, at hi
:ome near Manning after a long and hn
gering illness. His remains were interret
in the Manning cemetery Sunday afternoon
A large number of friends attended th
funeral. Rev. T. E. Jasper will preach hi
funeral sermon naxt Sunday in the Baptn
Corwitz Sarsaparilla is the best blood pu
rifier. 128 doses for a dollar at Dmnkmn
& Co.'s drug store.
We have the pleasure of starting wt
this issue on advertisement of the celebra1
ed Weaver Organs which are manufacture
in York, Penn., and are sold in lower Nort
Carolina and upper South Carolina by th~
Killough Music Company, Florence, S.(
These organs as well as the company sel
ing them are thoroughly reliable in ever
respect. We would advise our readers t
send for prices and catalogues before pum
If you want a cool and refreshing drin
go to Lowry's and get a glass of his spar]
ling soda water.
The Manning Guards arrived home fron
the Columbia Centennial last Friday nigh
They marched up fr-om the depot in regi
lar military order and halted in front<4
their armory. As soon as they were du~
missed the air was filled with their chee:
and demuonstr-ations of joy. The boys e:
press themselves as being delighted w~it
their tr'ip, and with the attention shoxv
them ny the peop~le of Columbia. It
to be hoped that the Guards will no
take on new life, and go to work
build themselves up to that standard whit
w~ill rate them among the linest in the Stat
It can and should be done. Attend drill
obey orders, and hurrah for the Guards
the way to build the company up.
Ladies, D~on't Read This!
Gov. Tilman bas; appointed Drs. B. 1
Badger, W. E. Brown, and J. G. Dinkins,
as the board of examining physicians foi
Intendant Bradhan found two vonn'
will dueks in U1lack River swamp to-day,
land took then home where he will try tc
give them a civilized raising.
Rlead the advertisement of inice, piano,
organs, *k., in thV issue. The'Killough
Music Company can pleaso yon in instru
ntmnt and terms. Write to them for circu
'Iarried to-day at 1 1. W., at the residence
of the brie r.:arents. by Ilev. John Ker
shaw, 31r. E. P. Briggs and Mss Nanie S.
1:midsn, iionly daughter of Uion. Jallivs
A meeting of Clarendon county iSn day
school (-Xcntive committee is roti-ntt.. at
the court house in Manno-a, at 11 oclock
. e., Friday, May 2!41. ii.
J. A. 11. CANNON.
Chairman 8. 8. Ex. Com.
Auditor J. Elbert Davis.
Upon the recomiendation of Senator
Louis H. DesChamps and itepresentative
J. M. Richardson, Mr. J. E.ab-rt Davis was
yesterday appointed aud itor for Ciarendon
We saw a petition with some thirty or
forty names attached, rveomxmending Mr.
Samuel Sparks, of Summerton. Thiis peti
tion was addressed to the scnator and rep
resentatives, and had Dr. L M. Woods's
name to it.
There were several other names mention
ed in connection with the ofnice.
Mr. Davis we believe has never before
held a public office, but having made a suc
cess of his private affairs, and being a gen
tleman of high character and sterling in
tegity, he willi doubtless satisfactorily per
form the arduous and complex duties of the
Black River Union.
Prograra of the Black River Union, to be
held at Manning. beginning 'day 29tb, 1891.
Fir.sT DAY, Friday-(1) Opening exer
cises, by the moderator; (2) The condi
tions of a permanent pastorate, to be opened
by Bro. Brown; 3) How to develop a
chnreb, to be opened by Bro. Ayers. Sm
mon at 8 r. -a., by Bro. Ayers, on "Goo'd
SECOND DAY, Satnrday-Devotional ser
vices, led by the moderator; (1) Should pro
fessors of religion dance in or out of the
church? To be opened by Bro. Galphin;
(3) How deacons may keep or binder the
pastor. Opened by Bro. D. J. Er-adham;
(4) Should members be retained in the
church who use intoxicating drinks as a
beverage, moderately or to excess? to be
opened by Dr. White. Sermon at 8 r. M.,
by Bro. Galphin.
Tmn DAy, Sunday-(1) Sunday-school
addresses at 10:30 by Brethren Ayers and
Wells; (2) Sermon at 11 A. m., by Brother
I Brown; (3) Sermon at 8 r. 3.
Opening addresses not to be longer than
20 minutes. E. D. Wxs,
T. E. JASPEn,
Jonn.&s, May 18.-Everything in and
around Jordan is quiet.
Mrs. W. T. Sprott is improving. Mrs.
J. A. Sprott is still quite ill. Otherwise we
Work on the new academy is being push.
ed and it will be in readiness for the Pink
Tea Friday evening next, 22nd inst.
Of course, Mr. Editor, you are coming
to help us out; and of course you are not
going to let the readers of the Times forget
the time, and let them know that the W. ,
4. R. R. is going to run a train from Stum
merton, Davis, and Wilsons, to suit any
who may wish to attend from those points,
and will take them back the same night.
Come one, come all. A gocd time for all
who do so is promised.
Children's (lay was much enjoyed at th(
Methodist church here. An excellent ad
dress from Mr. J. M. Knight. In the after
noon Mr. Knight an d the writer atten ded
the celebration at Union church, Wilsons,
where we were much edified by another ad
dress by Mr. Knight. c.
Sayings From Sandy Grove.
SAiDm GnovE, May 13.-We arc having
a long looked for and a much needed r-air
this evening, which we hope will bring the
cotton up. Some of the faxrmers who plant
ed early have been planting over.
I will endeavor to give you what I thin]i
is the greatest cause of the farmers' pres
eat depression. I claim that the farmers
alone are to blame for their condition.
When the war closed cotton was bringingia
good price which was an inducement tc
plant it. The farmers turned most of thei:
attention to the cultivation of it, whicl>
soon reduced its value. By this time they
had learned well how to cultivate it, and as
the price decreased the more they tried tc
make. Sc the large crops that are mad<
now bring about the same money. Does i
not seem now that if we would plant more
rain and raise more stock and make less
cotton that we would receive the same foi
our cotton ?,
Just about the time the farmers wert
turning their attention to cotton the Radi
cals were in power and passed the obnox
ious Homestead Act, and the farmers be
gan buying their meat and their bread ani
ou might say all the necessaries of life
Most of them were not able to pay cash foi
everything and had to bny on time. We
had some dishonest men, and this
homestead act gave the farmer a decidei
advantage over the merchant. To ament
this trouble instead of repealing the Home
stead Lawv made by the Radical'; the Dem.
ocrats passed this farmiers' rnin, the lien law
As soon as tnlis act was passed it seemed asi
the people thought that pay (lay wonl neve:
come, b'ut wvhen it did it was to their sorrow
Some bonght more than they could pay for
misfortune befell some; and so it went
They strove to pay out with cotton and go
further in, and so it is those that plant th<
mo.t cotton are the deepest in debt an
will be until we niake our meat and breat
When we get onr barns and smoke
houses well filled we shall have all the ware
houses we need. I have heard it often said
"Have plenty of corn and you will hav
pknuty of everything else." Give us mor
oranmore Christians and times will h
Mr. James E. Konedy, who lost his hors
some time ago, has bought a fine muki
Mr. Kenrady has been quite sick but w
are glad to say he is improving.
Mrs. J1. E. Johnson is quite ill.
Messrs. S. C. Williams and E. S. Ervir
of Manning, passed through our section
.few days ago. They tarried under the shad
of the grove and took refreshments. The
were jovial and quite pleasant. If they ar
a genuine type of the Maening peopl<
we wvould like to have more of them call o
t US. sANi TATTLERI.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the wvorld for cuts
bruises,.sores, ulcers, salt rhenm, fev4
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblainf
corns, and all skin eruptions, and piositivt
ly cures piles or no pay required. Iti
l guaranteed to give perfect .ea isfaction,<
money refunded. Price 2~> cents per bo:
For sale by J. G. Dinkins & Co.
NOW TRY THIS.
YIt will cost you nothing and will surely a
on good, if you have a cough, cold, or an
trouble with throat, chcst, or lungs. 1)
King's New Discovery for conxsumptio
k coughs, and colds is guaranteed to give r
-liet, or money will be paid back. Sufferei
from 1a grippe found it just the thing, an.
a Iunder its use had a speedy and perfte~t r1
.covery. T'y a samiple bottle at our e-xpe-ns
- and :earn for yourself just how good a thiu
f i is. Trial bottles free at .J. G. Dinkins
-Co.'s drug store. Large size 50c. and $1.
I- SPECIEN CASE-.
h S. H. Clifiord, New Cassel, Wis., was tron
led w ith neuralgiax and rb-maatismn, hi
sstomiach w'as disordlered, his liver was off
ed to an alarmning degree, appetite fell awa
and he was terribly reduced in flah ar
strngth. T1hree bottles of Electric lIitte
Edwvard Shepherd, Harrisbur-g, li1., had
runtng sore on his leg of eight years, stan
ing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitte
adsvnboxes of lueklen's anmea .salv
andi his leg is -ond and wvell. John Spea
:q er, Catawba, 0., had five large fever sores<
.ahis leg, doctors said he was incurable. 0i
tbottle Electric Bitters and one box Unckleri
arnica salve cured him entirely. Sold1
. G TDinkins & Co.
Office of LEVI BROTHERS,
Dealers in General Merchandise.
SurrER, S. C., May 19th, 1891.
Our city has ialken such a niove
that it requires a constant wvatch over
the needs of the people, in ordet
that the rapid progress will not fid
us sleeping away our Opportunities.
We therefore keep a seniiel on post
always with instriuc ios to let nonc
pass that have a dollar to spend. .[t
will not be necessary to give any
)special countersign, all that vou have
to do is to comie to Suiterl, visit our
store, and we will convinece YoU in a
single transaction th:tt we are the
leaders in te increautile business of
one of ihe best 1ni leaiing ba:dnes:
centers in the State.
The way to prove an, s-rtion is
to give a priaelical lest. We there
fore invite ti I people to iatke a lior
ough inspection of tile goods dlY
i comngn to our st.re, a1:nd if wNi do tnot
prove to them that we have as inc as
soitment as can ie fo und f-lsewhere at.
less prices, then we won't insist on
selling them. We know what we've
got, and the cost of it, and we are sat
istied with a living profit. Come and
secure rare bargains.
Dyspepsia causes depraved blood, which,
in time, affect every organ and function of
the body. As a remedy for these troubles,
nothing can approach Ayer's Sarsapari la.
It vitalizes the blood, strengthens the
stomauh, and corrects all disorders of the
liver and kidneys.
"Well, Uncle Mose, I hear you
have another pair of twins at your
"Yaas, missus, yes, we has. Lord
bress dey little hearts."
"Have you named them Yet?"
"Yes'm. Done named 'em aftah
two ob de fust pres'dents ob dis coun
"Indeed? What two?"
"Ole Christofo C'lumbus an' Juley
ous Cosar, ma'am. We'se great on
namin' de children fo' de pres'dents
'tour house."-Detroit Free Press.
Hood's Sarsapazilla is on the flood tiee
of popularity, which position it has reached
by its own intrinsic, undoubted merit.
"Life has been a burden to me for the
past 50 years on account of great suffering
from very severe and freqnent headaches.
Bradverotine has done wonders for me.
I am now a new man and shall proclaim
the merits of your needicine to all I can
reach." George P. Fowler, Attorney at
Law, Palatka, Fla.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castora
Never had a preparation a more appro
priate name than Ayer's Hair Vigor. When
the capillary glands become enfeebled by
disease, age, or neglect, this dressing imi.
parts renewed life to the scalp, so that the
hair assumes much of its youthful fulness
Tielded to the Comiptroller General.
The differences of opinion between the
Comptroller General and Auditor Little, of
Marion, have been settled. Mr. Little de
clined to increase certain bank assessments
at Marion, as ordered by the Comptroller,
believing that the latter did not have thc
right to issue such instructions. Cmp.
trller General Ellerbe asked for his resig
nation, but since that request Anditor Lit.
te has found that the Comptroller did
have the right he e~aimed under tihe stat
utes, and, acknowledging Ihis mistake, ha
proceeded to obey instructions.
Well write it dowa till everybody sees il
Till everybody is sick of seeing it
T1ill everybody knows it without seeing
that Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy cures the
worst cases of chronic catarrh in the head
catarrh headache, and "cold in the head.'
In perfect faith, its makers, the World'
Dispensary Medical Association of Bnffalo
N. Y., offer to pay $5030 to any one suffer
ing from chronic catarrh in the head whona
they cannot cure.
Now if the conditions were reversed -il
they asked you to pay $500 for a positiv(
cure you might hesitato. Here arc reputa
ble men, with years of honorable dealing
thousands of dollars and a great name badl
of them and they say-'"We can cure yot
because we have cured thousands of other:
like you-if we can't we will pay you $501
for the knowledge that there's one whoa
we can't cure."
They believe in themselves. Isn'ti
wrth a trial. Isn't any trial preferable t<
- Santee River.
ComIxnu, May: 18.--On the Con gare,
River: Gauge reading. 2.0 feet; water, stan d
ing; current velocity per second, 0.03 feet
weather, clear; up stream, no report; re
Ca~,May 19.- Camden Bridg'e. Or
fatr fling; enrrent velocity per second
11 feet; weather. cloudy: up streamr, cloudy
, Acream of tartar baking powder. Hig1
-est of all in leavening stren-.th.-Latest L
s .Jr Gorent~ keort.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
'Br LOUIS APP'ELTr, Esr ., Probate JT1udg
Smade suit to me to cumnt himt lettel
a5 of admrinistration of the estate of and e
d fts of M\ARY E. PLOWDEN;
These are therefor, to cite and admronis~
all and singular the kinired ad credito
of the said MARY E. P'LOWDEN, deren
ed, that they be and app :r, 1 efore moe,
the court of probrt., to be held at Mannrin
in said county, on toe -h day of Jhune ixey
1'9 1, after pnlica(~tion hi Wo. at 11 'cho<
inl the forenvoon, la' aiw ca * f n the
have why~~ the sa .1 a-hIniatai r son
nt be grn :1l
(,Give a n .rr myr ir. lr:m.x1 this l~ i~t day
- t Jna f Pro'bate C. C.
INSURE YOUR.' LIFE.
n The undersiguned is antho'rized' to wr:
re policies for tihe Mutual Life insurance Cc1
~s pany, of New York. Parties desiring toi
y sure can get estimates f rom me.
N. M .JIIXSON
A Young Man's Fancy.
Large allowance is to be made for
the sweeping assertion of the poet
that "In the spring a young man's
fancy lightly turns to thxoughts of
love." It certaiuly is not triue of the
inalarial young man, wlos fncy, if
lie has, ainy, is of the ill and heavy
variel . Tle ralarial Noung in:l
inarelies aroun d as the captive of
Gc-neral IDbility. The reaiiest :nld
most obviou s mIe(:t11s of (escape an-c
afforled 1 S. S. .which. withoit
aux flot-idh, rots( Geeral Deliiy
a Ilhis usIaLarial alli:,s. W ha:t i.; tru*e
of I lie ougi" inaln i's true of the young
il y, :a1( ihe wholo host of sufferers.
S. !-i. S. is a s ic for 1i:11la.
Just the Same.
The other day a Virginia negro
tIdu' Up shelC1 at MaleVr11 ill which
had been buried since 18,62, but when
he put ii to roas in t lie fire so as to
get at the kerfuel i" went cir:uld killeri
a plow horVse 1 .:d h-ft the 0arkey 1 nlV
oIe lg to go ou for I 'l balance of
his lifo. Tise o1,1 shells we, e loaded
THE LalDIE.- DELIGHITED.
The pleasalt effit and the perfect safety
with which ladies may use the liquid fruit
h:ative, Syrup of Figs, ndter all conditic-ns
nake it tlie-r favorite reeitidy. It is leas
ing to thw eve and to the taste, gentle, yet
effectual in aeting on the kidneys, liver,
He Hadn't Found Any.
"What is this country coming to,"
shouted the Prohibitionist orator,
"when we see the rumnseller and his
minions in places of trust?
"I ain't found none of 'em runnin'
no places of trust yet, and I have
been in this town more than a year,"
inused the seedy nan near the heater.
I THOUSANDSOF WOMEN
Become afflicted and remain so,
suffering untold miseries from a sense
.f delicacy they cannot overcome.
BRLFIELD'S FElIIA REGUIATOR,
stimulating and arousing toheal hJy
acti;on all her organs,
CTS AS A SPECIFIC.
health to bloom on the
jy to reign thronghout
- : :. it never fails to cure.
.-| eyer ade for Women.
" . wiis ha c been under treatment of
threo years, without
bLnefit en s~iraghreebottlesOf BRAn
FIzLDS's FL.az E..GULATOR she can do
HER OwN COOKING, 2iILELNG AND WASHInG."
N. S. BuAN, Henderson, Ala.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Sold by druggists at $1.0 per bottle.
STRANGE BUT TRUE.
Col. I. W. Avery's Remarkable Statement.
This gentleman was treated for years by
eminent specialists, and the Brown-Sequard
remedy was tried. He states he had spent
upwards of seven thonsand dollars with the
most eminent physicians, and otherwise,
but without the least bent-fit. He bade his
ol comrades in arms an affectionate fare
well more thtan a year ago, and yet, here is
what he writes under a fresh date. Could
anything be nmore wonderful ?
G~r..'F.:-I was in a very bad fix. I
was bedridden. Kidneys diordered, di
gestion torpid, arm helpless with rheuma
ismi anti blood poi-4on (the efreet of a wound
received during the war) and full of that
odious disease catri. 'Te doctors said I
would not livo and quit givinlg me mledicine,
as it did no goodl. I have since used noth
ing but Gernietuer. My kidneys are well,
my digestion good, my palsied arm is well,
my estarrh removed, and liy general health
is excellent. I. W. AVERY.
Colonel Avery was for seve-ral years editoi
of the Atlainta Constitution. and his vigor
os and versatile editorials gave that sheet v
vivacity which won for him an enduring
reputation as a first-elasss journalist. Foi
many years he was Ex-Governor and Sena
tor Colquitt's secretary, later, had charge ol
the U. S. treasury departmnt, and is to-day
a proud, living monument to the virtues ol
that great healing and life-giving elixir, Dr.
King's 1toyal Germietuer.
Do not class it with other proprietary
remedies. It is so far beyond all of theni it
its beautiful proportions and accurate analy
sis of all that constitutes a real germ destroyei
and a health giving compound, that all othei
so-alled remedies for the diseases wvhich ii
will cure must take a back seat to give th<
highway to this great and wonderful reme
dy for human health arnd happiness.
Pi icc $1.0 per bottle. For sale by al
druggists and by Dr. King's lloyal Germne
tuer Co., 14I N. Broad st., Atlanta, Ga.
For sale in .\lanning by J. G. Diukiins o
Co.; in Foreston by Dr. L. WX. Nettles.
The greatest bargain giving house ir
An Army of Bargain
will march fronm our store during the ner'
few weeks. The Napoleons of value will il
luinate the gre-at event, and there will bt
no cessation of hostilities against higi
prices until our cause and the cause~ of tht
pole' is wonI. Everything a notch lowei
than in the p~ast. Coame to see our stock
buyers or~ not. It wviil he a liberal cduca
tion in the possibi!hues of low" prices. W<t
-are servant s of the masses, and what i:
shirewdly boughlt by us can be shr-ewdI;
purased by themt.
SEC3D TO& NOi
are our gor d'; in quality. It is scant wixs
dom to loiter when an opportunity like thui
is b,-fore you. The early blird catches th
fatttest worms. if only~ for curiosity, comn
p our prices- with those of other mer
c ant, and you wxl 1ee wea~ rte
Below all Competition.
Fin:- dre--s button 5e. doz., shirt button
i. igro.5, spl" s ~ik de. spool, spooi cotto:
pcir, haindkecif 2 -.ean ::., wvorthu doul
I, envilys jot , oeppr 0 ur
en 1 ~ peil 10. 1 0.,it an'd up Laies h-os
e and up,' j r--ys -e. an up, negligt
irtot:M. oth' .a., white inenlx' shis:
child' j--ser ie- . e rie we
Xumtr. :. or ie:ic., cik, a
. H, WADSWORTH & CO
N- ext to Folso-i's Jewelry Store,
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 thingforyouto know is that we give
QUALITY as well as QUANTITY, and show in all departments goods of the highest grade of value and general excellence,
and lastly, be it remnemb~ered, that
IN PRICE WE PLEASE YOUT
With the best figures it is possible to make on honest goods. Came and see us if you want to see all the latest things in
OLOT 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
here we will be glad for all our friends and customers to call and examine our pretty spring stock. Very respectfully,
J.G.Dnkins & Co. have recently obtain- Tl
ed the agenc.y for thc celebrated
g AgaCrySta Sectacles and
ani ye Glasses, Sumter S C
an naddition to their already FULL
STOCK hiave purchased a large supply of
omes to the front, and wishes to announce these goods, and are now prorared to lit the
this many friends and customers that he eyes 0f any one, young or old, whose eyes We inlyite your attelntion to o11r li1e of Goods this season
ne andwl c-edine ofsiggod.ti ndee~d hecwork t'a tk liuts. which we have endeavored to mke as attractive as the newest
omprising all of the newest styles and As to quality these goods are unexcelied,al111eetgoIp'olellibthheA rcnadFrin
oveltiesf th season. andL their Makets will allow. We claim to have the most complete
D PRICE IS MODERATE.bine~ of
Dress 0 00dS Any one whose eyes needhpsold ca"lle
on J. G. Dinkins & Co. and be fitted with a
Myslnedof Dress Goods is complete con Disss n &oriles t n
Bieges, Suitings, Ginghams. 241 and 36 inch of their customers with a valuable treatiseL
hallies, Satines, Prints, Lawns, Muslins, on the care and preservation- of the eyes.
Ogandies, an also a coinlete line ot'rim- calle anu ctEFyes in Health and Disease.' CLOTHING, AND
J., 6BlWKINS& CO., Drnists,/ G ns unihn od
N OTIO NS, NOTIONS. sign oftheoiden Mortaie t 'F mihn o d
MANNING, S. C.
A lainge seletion of Ladies' and Gen:ts'
Neckwear and Hosiery, Hair ornaments, ill thie tatte. -nd you are bound to fud Ju~ whtyn at
des'.*nd"<Genat' LiDn LanAn :iir III gi I Xno ther iinp)ortant tiling for- you to know is that we give Qual
landkerchiefs, window Draperies, and1 Ia A itys well aSQtaity andgveyutebsprcstisosI
romtomntfion ystok ofIUU Jble to make on honest Goods.
I All mail orders r-eceive promplt attention. Samples sent on
Suite.an aed ths nethod of extending J. RYT TEN BERG & SONS.
is complete, also a f'ull line of Gents' Fur.. a cordial inivitaition to the
nishing Goods, and Men's, Youths', and NwYr fle 4W s rawy
Children's Felt and Straw Hats in all styles. ~ f~N~ -it fie 4Ws rawy
ha d .UtWUIIPUI1 rs, STAREY &PALEN'S SUNNYSIDE
H a dw re. ct.rhiywl ma aysf ursok e atment b naain
plete with the purest 1529 Arch St,, Philadelphia, Pa,
A con pite lne o Harware conisti" 1For onismaption. A-slkana, Br'onchilis, D)ypep
Aopetedling oes Hadlaed cs.stind . & cio-ki (Wrig hq I-irer, Jfeadache, DebiliyP U i T B~
of all kinds of Carriage Bolts and \\ood huaimterl~,aa l hoi n
nses oweeing hoels, pades, xes,al Also imiported and domestic perfumery, Kern isres
kis' Sweps. Avls, Splllie , croce', tioiand ombsy brtes statioery descrip- The oniginal and only genuine Compound Eggs for Setting.
braafI itre .ands of cigars and th choiest confec Oxgn'raentc that f Strkey el rPersons desiri t imroug hir stoc,
dtiore ande cvting bea fon wvith us as meats of Oxygen and Nitrogen moenttized; will find it to their interest to patronize my
dru stre anleswil befond i . , iand the compomun d is so condensed and 'ards. My pens consist of six varieties of
Shoes, S hoes i scal tet ien to cmiinin 0Prtable that it is ent all over the the bes eg rdcing strans, sch as
iour store, day or night. Eheetrie bells on Ithsorld. s frmreta tet
door. wV. H. GILLILAND & Co., t earsbe h usand or atiethaben tenty 0 g
ilde' make aCial n iesons', and iloag___lok,_umer S.C ed, and over one thousand physicians have
Chilrens Fne a<'lCom on Soes. A I - --- -- --- - --use'd it, and reconiucend it--a very signiti
have had many years expenience in the '. camnt fact.
deifeetqahti sof ilmeahr tohe orea I ennQ It does not act as most drugs do, by cre- Price of egg, St5 or 15, $2.50 for 30.
unhsittinlyclam t~hve s godan as,3 ating another ailment, and benefittong one Safe deliver an$afirhtc.5aated
r'Shones a wil bfoGend Lains any retai- orga ai :t the expenmse of another, often re- * Address, w. B. MURRAY,
tren hoes country. ondinayeti 2:12 & 234 King Street qjuiring a second course to eradicate the evil sum &o.
store in te country-eets of the first, but Compound Oxyygen is
I C H A R L E S T O N, S. C. ialrevitaii, r.-wing, strengthening, in
Groceries, Groceries.vigorating the wnole body. b H D L
D i'y all Elld C omlts. Clad merou-s testimmonials, puishc-u in our book
of 200X pac~,' onihv with the express permis
My Grocery Department, the last menC- o- 0 tepaiss;hirnusada-*
toed ful o the faest aor mc shemlv ar . , dresses are ''iven, amid you can refer to them wimlbny the odelI Type writer
cher ies l ive roeis ar ai:tntly Shlades, L pholsteryV GOOtd''. 'or further intonnoationi. Tr2tmntas, th s charaters and$5 for the
tilled with Fl'our, B3aconi, Mlmlsses, Corn, ihe "reamt su:-cess of our '~imethi 'single Ca..e Odell, warranted to do better
1d Hay Any orders entrusted to the lirna will re. givenl rise to a host oh igmmtatr,unscruipu. woktaIn ahn ae
aney.e.Isaac Ml. Loryeas best att-ntion. Ious personis; some cah~ing tair prepala ~r, Itcmines simpchity witde. bliy
UCNCNS iont Comona xy-n, thenm i~o apor speed, ease of operation, wears longer with
- - ~ig our'- to eil~ni aul the onsocu out cost of rpairs than any other machine.
natens.toreomen wotIs occ ias nmo ink ribbon to bother the operator.
ria ~I~tUins But aniy substanc maeelehere it b, mnat, substantimal, nickel plated, perfect
And now mu closin'g 1ey remarksiL I wis'h or by :thers, audi' calle Conpou::I oxy 'n andl ad-apted to all kir ds of type writing.
to msay that all the goods 'imenitioned ini the is~ spimous... Lie a itng press, it prodnces, sharp,
various deoatments above will be sold a t SU \ EI i O ,~ S- - on.'njifl ?i/.u I 10s -o' -lO' T cleanI leible manuscrpts. Two or ten
the lowest c-ash pirices and as cheap ais wiill (boods bought for cash amnd sol strictly I~ rsuts." is the title o'f aL n'w.b 01 2 o pisca emaeato'wrtngUn
be fond elsewhere, anm aymnriutnifria anandmi'tio bys on eycmei aepulse yDs tmy-Pl'n ntelient person can become an operator in
Im statemenmt will please call an try 1m ion. A t',ci. consi-ts o: all ids uisui hy wich give.s to all riirr fu infonn~iiWamon tw~o days., We offer s1,000) to any operator
withi the cash, and they wiill linid that whlat kept imi a'cun try store. .such as 'as to thmis remiarkable curat. ive agen, and a whlo ca' equal the wvork of the Douible Case
'I say I maean, and what I adve-rtise I hiave DRY (GODS. CLOTltiNG. F:ANCY GhOODs re ord of surprising cures- in ai idie rangeOdil
in stock. V.ry respectfully, .N.TgoN HASCp. Sil ):S, of chronic cases --nm:mmiay of tliem alter beiblegntindslsmngatd
CiLOCKERiYWA RE, abainloned to die by other p iyicins Speciai inducements to dealers.
S * A . R Cr B'V Iar~lwre, ~armang Iphemet'~,Groce- ;be imaied fr?ee to any address oni ap piillitioni. For pamipihlet giving indorsements, &c.,
Sics IGBY prr, ngI"""' Drs. STARKEY & PALEN, adrs
~~ CyT,3 152' Arch St., Philadelphia, Pam. ODELL TYPE wRITER CO.,
. laiig S. C. E -~ . :' , 12(1 Suffer St., san Frainclsco, Cal. 85* and 87 5th Ave., Chicago, Sh