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WZD~Ziki, i!HTZRE 16, 1691,
Your Name in Print.
-Miss Josephine Happoldt, of Charles
ton, is visiting Miss Lizzie Benbow.
-Mr. J. B. Kir,g has recovered from his
injuries and is again at his post in the de
-Messrs. Charley and Robert Cole, of
Jessup, Ga., are visiting their father, Mr.
John S. Cole.
The warring political factions of Charles
ton are about to come together to smoke the
pipe of peace.
Competition has caused our merchants to
double their efforts to induce the people to
trade at the county seat.
Turnip seeds, all kinds, at Dinkins &
Co.'s drug store.
Capt. Bradham's account of the killing of
the Yankee soldier by Charley Jones, will
be found on our supplement pace.
B. A. Johnson has not a geat big store,
but he sells as cheap as anybody.
There was a large crowd in town last Sat
urday, and our merchants were much
pleased with the results of the day.
Go to Brockinton's drug store for pure
drugs and medicines.
Mr. W. H. Young has left at our office a
.'heet that is hard to beat. It will more than
ill a quart cup, and weighs about six
Big lot of fine wool and felt hats at B. A.
Iarried last Thursday at Flatonia, Texas,
the residence df the bride's parents, Mr.
C. Thomas and Miss Bloom Smith. The
appy couple arrived here last night, and
vill make Manning their future home.
Call at Brockinton's drug store when in
We are requested to state that a church
conference will be held next Sunday morn
ing in the Manning Methodist church, at
which the board of stewards will make a
financial report of the church collections to
Men's ladies', and children's shoes, large
stock just received, at B. A. Johnson's.
Last Friday Mr. W. C. Reams, of Oak
land, was out riding with a party of ladies,
when one of his horses became frightened
at something in the road. Mr. Reams was
violently jerked out of his buggy and thrown
to the ground, causing him to be severely
bruised but not seriously hurt.
10 pounds family flour for 25 cents at Ka
Messrs. R. W. Dunant and Son, known
throughout this entire section as "the old
reliable," have their fall announcement in
another column. These gentlemen carry a
heavy stoc~r of everything that can be found
in a first-class hardware establishment, be
sides a full and complete line of household
goods, cooking stoves, and crockery. They
also have an elegant assortment of guns and
pistols, with all kinds of sporting men's
Willow ware, crockery ware, tin ware, all
at the lowest prices at B. a. Johnson's.
The Methodist "Japanese Tea," held at
Mr. S. A. Rigby's last Weanesday night,
was quite a success, and it was after one
o'clock when the enjoyment ended. Among
other pleasant features of the evening was
the voting for the prettiest lady present.
Miss Ria Scott won the cake, having re
ceived 55 votes. Her sister, Miss Bettie
Scott, received 54, the next highest number
of votes. The prize was a large and beau
Buy your turnip seeds at Dinkins & Co;'s
It is with pleasure that we call our read
ers attention to the fall and winter an
nouncement of Messrs. Brown & Chandler,
of the city of Sumter. These gentlemen
-have built up an enormous business among
Bthe people of this county. They carry the
Flargest clothing and gents' furnishing stock
F in this section of the State, and with the
advantage of a long experience they are en
abled to compete with the largest clothing
establishments in the State.
For Other Local Natter See Second Page.
"DON'T CARE TO EAT."
1t is with the greatest confidence that
Hood's Sarsaparilla is recommended for loss
of appetite, indigestion, sick headache, and
similar troubles. This medicine gently tones
the stomach, assists digestion, and makes
one "real hungry." Persons in delicate
health, after taking Hood's Sarsaparilla afew
days, find themselves longing for and eating
the plainest food, with unexpected relish.
Next Sunday, the 20th, there will be some
ten or twelve persons baptized in the font
of the Manning Baptist church. The bap
tism will occur at the 11 o'clock service, af
tar a sermon on the much misunderstood
so-called ' Close Communion," which all de
nominations necessarily are compelled to
practice, who restrict the Lord's Supper by
baptism. All who are friendly, and honest
ly want to know the meaning of this great
"Baptist offense," are invited out to hear
a kind and friendly discussion of this sub
,There will be a number also baptized in
the font at the Dudley's Baptist church
next Sunday evening, after the 4 o'clock
sermon. Pastor T. E. JASPER.
GRATIFYING TO ALL.
The high position attained and the uni
versal acceptance and approval of the pleas
ant liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, as
the most excellent laxative known, illus
trate the value of the qualities on which its
success is based, and are abundantly grati
fying to the California Fig Syrup Company.
Her Third Set of feeth.
Mrs. Mary J. Oates, of Oates, Darlington
County, an old lady about seventy-five years
old, who has been toothless for many years
is now cutting a third set of teeth. She
now has four front teeth on the lower jaw.
and the indications are that she will soon
have a full set. You have often heard of
such occurrences, but never before so near
home.--Watchman and Southaron.
A cream of tartar baking powder. High
est of all in leavening strength.--Latest U.
x Gcuerwnent Food Report.
THAT ISN'T THE HOLE STORY,
WE STAND ON THE
And when we are talking about them
We : Hold : None : of : Them : in : Reserve.
We want your confidence as well as your custom, and
will see to it that you get an adequate return for both.
Just now it will pay you especially well to take a look at
our Line of
FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN.
Our stock of suits for young men is complete, consisting
of all the New and Nobby Patterns in
D. B. AND S. B. ROUND AND SQUARE-CUT SACKS, ONE AND
THREE-BUTFON CUT-AWAYS, AND AND DOUBLE
BREASTED PRINCE ALBERTs. THE LATEST
THING IN D. B. SACKS, IS THE
'WXcox2.-"Broxx "E Ixxmesp>ii"S,
In various shades, prices ranging from $12 to $18.
We have a large stock of
Stout, Slim, and Extra Size Suits.
Stout suits run from 35 to 46 (breast measure), and
slims from 35 to 42. Extra sizes from 42 to 50.
Ranging in price from $12.00 to $25.00.
Attention, - Mothers!
Children's knee pants suits from 75c. to $7.00. 400 boys' suits
ages 4 to 14, at $2.50 and $3.50, worth from one
to two dollars per suit more.
Ow & CHANDL.ER,
Clothiers and Furnishers,
CORNER MAIN & LIBERTY STS.,
Levi Bros, Sumter, S.C.
JUST OE WORD!
TO OUR FRIENDS and ACQUAINTANCES OF
You are respectfully invited to call on us, while visiting our city, and
examine our large and complete stock of General Merchandise.
We are prepared to sell you anything in our line, at lowest cash prices.
Call and see the Goods herein named, for
"Seeing is the Plain Truth."
We have a large and Complete Stock of
and especially in the Finer and Better Grades.
Double width black cashmeres, henriettas, alpacas, glorias, serges and
albatrosses at any price from 20c. to $1.50 per yard. Trimmings to match
them can be found in silk gimps, braid, velvets, plushes, &c, at prices to
suit the grades.
Delicate Shades of Cashmere and Henriettas,
for young ladies, from 25c. to $1.00 per yard.
Bright colored, striped and plaid cashmere for children, at any price
20 PIECES FLANNEL TRICOT,
(heavy weight) 38 inches, 25 to 40c. per yard.
20 Pieces Plain Flannel, 36 inches, from 25c. to 35c. per yard.
20 Pieces Plaid Flannel Suiting (extra weight), 38 inches,
60c., worth $1.00.
25 Pieces 6-4 Brocades, from 12 1-2c. to 16 2-3c. per yard.
50 Dress Patterns, 8 Yards Each,
Double-Width, no two alike, and entirely different from anything ever
brought to this market, for which we ask only 75c. per yard.
Our Line of Dress Silks surpasses anything in the city.
Cuxr ELeplutatiLn am TreaccuarterB 1
For Trimming Silks has long since been established. So we say
nothing of our present stock, only that we are coafident that it will main
tain our reputation.
Last, But Far From Least,
When buying our stock, we took into consideration all classes and
kinds of goods, and rest assured that we did not forget the brides. For them
we have laid in a larger stock of
White and Cream Silks, Cashmeres, Henriettas, Albatrosses, &c.
at lowest prices. Ladies doing Fancy Work can find anything needed in
that line, viz:
Embroidery, Silk and Cotton, Knitting Silks,
Filling silks, wash silks, chenilles, chenille cord, arresenes, fancy tassels,
fringes and balls in all shades. Silk lacings and dress cords. "Zephyrs,"
Gm-mantnwn wool. Saxonv wool. &c.
Felts in ail Shades at $1.25 per Yard.
Our Dornestio Stook
is larger than ever before.
Outings, 50 pieces at 12 1-2c. per yard.
Gingbams at 8, 10, 12 1-2, and 15c. per yard.
Simpson's Silver Grey Prints at 5c., worth 7c.
Chambrays, all colors and prices.
Satines from 9 to 50c. per yard.
Dimities in dark shades at 25c. per yard.
Table Damask, Scrims, Crash, Linens, Cambics, Sheeting, Pillow
Casing, Bleaching, Sea Island Homespun, Checks and Shirting, below value.
742 Ladies' Jerseys below cost. These are in all shades, and
are marked from 50c. to $4.50 a piece.
Just Received, 37 1-2 doz. Corsets, from 25c.to $1.00 each.
We can furnish anything in this line at prices that will surprise you,
viz.: Gloves, Hosiery, Embroideries, White Goods, Ribbons, Handkerchiefs,
and anything else that you might call for.
We can sell you Gents' Suits from $5.00 to $25.00 each. Youths' from
$2.50 to $15.00. Boys' Suits from $1.25 to $10.00. We also have a fine line (
of extra Pants from 75c. to $7.00.
Overcoats, Men's and Boys', in all styles and prices.
-Tzats, C0aps, JE3OAf c OacS
We have a large stock of hats and caps, men's and boys', of all prices
and kinds. Our stock of boots and shoes is surpassed by none.
We Handle the Best Goods, and Guarantee Satisfaction. 1:
We can sell you men's shoes from $1.00 to $6.50; ladies' shoes from 95c.
to $4.00; Misses', children's, and infants' at prices in proportion.
We would ask you also to examine our
Hardware, Crockeryware, Harness.
These we sell at very low figures. You can find also anything in the 3
F'ancy an.c Staple G-roceries.
We will pay the Highest Market Price for your cotton,
either here or at your nearest depot.
All Orders by Mail promptly attended to, and samples will be
sent on application, and satisfaction guaranteed at all times.
Our salesmen will take pleasure in showing you around, and making
prices as cheap as possible for you.
Now, thanking you for your patronage in the past, and asking a contin
uance of the same, we are, Very Respectfully,
Sumter's New Shoe Store.
The undersigned beg leave to announce to the people of ti
STRICOTLY IST-CLASS SHOE STORE9,
and propose using our utmost endeavors towards gaining the 'n
good-will and patronage of the people. We have opened up a s
-|Magnificnt Lino of Sh03 for adie 0etl and Childrn 1.- 0
and have attached to our establishment a Manufacturing and t)
Repairing Department, where experienced workmen are em- a
ployed. Mr. Bartow Walsh. a member of our firm, and who has 0
had years of experience in the Shoe Business, will give his Clar
endon friends a hearty welcome when they visit us.
HEISER, WALSH & CO., b
Monaghan Block, Sumter, S. C. C
-T-horu eratia Tstruetlg Grads
- -- -- 7 SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE,
-: Tennessee -: WagonS, Opn COLUMBIA, S. C.,
(ONE AND Two HORSE,) inations begin September 24th. Classical,
Literary, Scientific, and Law Courses. Thir- -
--FOR SALE BY- Notice to Creditors. -
a ma' LL PERSONS HAVING CLJAIEVS
S. A. RIOBY, Manning, S. b. Aaginst the estate of J. P. Hoffman,
deceased, will present them, duly attested;
The Tennessee Wagon is one of the best, and those owing said estate will make pay
strongest, and most lasting wagons made. ment to the Judge of Probate for Clarendon
The Road Carts and Buggies are guaran- county.o CA1 . B. HOFFsNatr
Snatched From High Prices.
The victims of High'Prices have been driven from this County and Town, to
purchase from other markets. It was
Not Altogether High Prices,
but the people could Lot procure goods wanted for this progressive age.
Now, while- we do not claim to
Set tlhe -W c0C'. O21 c'Oire,
But yet, in selecting our Stock for this Season, we avoided buying from any
firm previously represented in this place; in consequence, our line not only
Differs Materially From Any Ever Shown You
before, but the Exhibits will be vastly dissimilar.
We don't intend to
1H A.TCH T.7P "
advertisements of imaginary things, or air castles, but we are prepared to
Entertain You With Proofs of Our Assertions.
The people at this period are too intelligent to be hood-winked-they know as
well as the dealer, the latest fad (and oftentimes better).
WE EXTEEND A CODIAL INVITATION
To have you investigate the merits of our goods. Samples cheerfully sent to
any address on application. Respectfully,
Hoton, Burgess & Co.,
I.m MANNING, S. C.,
P. S.-We are agents for the celebrated P. C. Corsets, Foster Kid
Gloves, 5 Hook, Laced, every pair warranted, or money returned, and the cele
brated W. L. Douglas Shoes.
ATS, AND DENTS FURNISHINS GODUSI
CAN ALWAYS SO* SIEPLE PRICES.
Save M ofley Shades, with Spring Rollers, from Wicker Rockers from $2.50 to $10.
Q40c. Poplar Beds from $1.75 to $250.
Baby Carriages from $5.50 to $20. Hardwood Beds from $3 to $7.0.
r Bedroom Suits from $15 to 150. Walnut Beds from $9.00 Up
urniture, Picture , Bed Springs from $1.50 to $5.00. Bureaus from $5.50 to $35.00.
Extension Tables, Solid Ash, only $5. Wash Stands from $1.25 to $20.00.
Rocking Chairs, from 75c. to $8. Sideboards from $5.00 to $50.00.
- -TV,1 ,,Ca+ A a frnm M to 7(le Wardrobes from $8.50 to $25.00.
S A I)~~Cane Seat Chairs from 75c to $3.50.
'ifne Engravings, in Frames, from $1.00 to 10.00. Large Oil Paintings at
$1.40. Imported Oleographs from 75c. to 85c.
BELITZER & SPANN, Furniture and Cofins,
n A R D W A RETHE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIA
(OLD RELIABLE) COUNTY OF CLAENDON.
court of Common Piaa.k
Moses Levi, Plaintiff,
Sarah E. Shorter, Laura Loulela
R W 1 DIJRANT & $ON~ Brunson, James Mitchell Shorter,
Retus Misouri Shorter, the last two.
fer a full line of goods infants
'or Household, Plantation, and Mechan- Judgmeat of Foreclosure ad Sale,
U NDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
j Uudgment order of said court in
the above stated case, bearing date
e by February 28th 1891, to me directed, I
We buy largely for cash and sell close. Prettiest an will sell to the highest bidder for cash
rgest stock outside of the large cities. at Clarendont court house, in the town
Of Manning, S. C., within legal hours
of sale, on Monday, the 5th day of
~alrriage cto VXagOD. Milaterial. October, 1891, being salesday, the fol
lowing described real estate:
TAm.E A OCr CUTLERY, Gus, PwroIs, SEs, AmmumoN, "All my right, title, interest, andes
TOOLS, EN.GIN FIxTiun, PIPING, Ptm?%sWOOD AM tate as an heir at law of my father,
To ,ENI NE.; R RE, TnENG E, &U , D Hervy Shorter, deceased, of, in, or
IRON, CROCKERY, Ito all and singular the following de
Beltim, - IaC3P 'imig - 1..aci3.g, - CetO. scribed real estate as follows, to wit:
CooK STOVES, ALL WAanarM. HEATING STOVES, ALI. Kns. All that tract or parcel of land lyig,
OIL STOVES FROx 1.00 Up. being, and situate in Clarendonceoun
ty and State aforesaid, containing
one hundred and eighty-two acres,
iiarne s .n. Ivl ery 'Variety more or less, and bounded on the
north by lands of Mrs. M. M. Davis,
on the east by lands now or formerly
of Mrs. M. J. McKnight, south by
lands of John W. Horton, and on the
MAIN STREET, SUMTER, S. C. west by lands of the estate of Hop
kins, my interest in the said tract or
-- Iparcel of land being the one-seventh
'h TT FS U ' CAOIA 'or~ oT hm part thereof and represented by two,
he STATEOFUr [H CAROLUNA, Imporwtant to Teachers. ~ ' a tr e "m
Iplat" of thirteen acres each made
County of Ciarendon. OFFICE SCHOOL CObIIONER by P. G. Benbow, D. S., March 28th,
Courtyof Common Pleas. CLARENDON COUNTY. ' 1881, the said two tracts of thirteen
Courtiof Common Plea CLR, C 1. acres each having been allotted to
n F. Werner and L. I. Quirollo, Co-Part- Manning, S. C., Sep. 12, 1891. me in a partition agreed upon be
ers,T g eOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tween myself and the other eirs at
r. rner &t Co., PlainrKmoJo N that the FalI Examination for law of the said Hervy Shorter de
F Wener &fs, persons to teach in the free public ceased."
aqainst schools of this county will take place Purchaser to pay for paers.
A. Sprott and J. M. Sprott, Defendants. in the Court House at Manning on D. J. BRAD AM,
By virtue of a Decree in the aiove-enti- Friday, the 2d day of October, 1891, Sheriff Clarendon County.
ed cause, made by Judge Jas. F. Izlar, beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m. September 9, 1891.
ed dated June 3d, 1891. appointing the All persons wishing to teach in the
adersigned, Thomas Wilson, "Receiver of free public schools must apply on the
I and singular the property. real and per- above date, as there will be no othe
nal, of the said 3. A. Sprott, save and ex- examination unless ordered by the
pt such property, real and personal, as he State Superintendent of Education. COUNTY OF CLARENDON,
ay be entitled to, as and for a homestead, L. M. RAGIN,
nder the contitutiod and laws of said School Commissioner. Court of Como1 PIN&
tate, with the usual and ample powers of Moses Levi, Plaintiff,
eceivers, in such cases," &c., I will sell for ACADEMY. lantff
s, at Jordan, in said county andse FORESTON - against,
a Thursday, the 17th day of September, Joe Brunson, John Brunson, Anna
ow (1891), beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m.,
ie following mentioned property, to-wit: South Carolina. Brunson, Sentry Brunson, Ameia
All and singular the stock of goods, wares, Mrs. Cannon will resume the exercises of Brunson, Elizabeth Branson, Mc
ad merchandise, now in thc store lately her school, at the Foreston Academy, Sep- Iver Brunson, and Leah Brunson,
Ocupied by J. A. sprott, at Jordan, S. C. tember 7th, 1891. In addition to the ad- the last seven named infants under
One gray horse mule. vantages of Normal Training, Mrs. Cannon twenty-one years, Defendants.
One second-ha d cotton gin. has long experience as a teacher; devoted
One second-hand condenser. to her profession, she makes every effort to Judgment of Foreclosure aid Sale.
One second-hand feeder. promote the intellectual development of NDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
One sbveron- y ha n eeder -nto inthose entrusted to her care. In the list of T E Aai Bor inO
The above property having comey those who have given testimonials of her U Judgment Order of said Court in
ands as Receiver i the above entitled merits and qualifications, are the names of the above-stated case, bearing date
mHse f1AQ WILRoN, Judge J. B. Kershaw, Hon. J. D. Kennedy, February 28th, 1891, to me directed, I
TOeIvN,- late U. S. Consul to China, and the late will sell to the highest bidder, for
1891.er. Bishop Davis, of the Diocese of S. C. cash, at Clarendon Court House, in
sept. 2d, 19-Ras or Tunbos: Primary Grade, per the town of Manning, S. C., within
month, $1.00; Intermediate Grade, per legal hours of sale, on Monday, the
ESTABL~hED 842. month, $1.50; Academic, including Latin Zth day of October, 1891, being sale
EsTAB~sHED1842.Course, $2.00; French, $3.00; Music, $3.00. day, the following described real es
69 E "All that piece, parcel, or tract of
.S. HackerU & on ihi N ti e land situate, lying, and being i t
I trSJAC FTH A FJames township, in the county afore
PUSACE otic THE hereb g OFta said (Clarendon), containing sixty-five
=r thishptate Raoad Companey ien tat acres, it being part of a tractgrne
a 1 the hslatlle ilroad Stmateya witsap to Adam D)ingle, and conveye to me
S. pnyxto tesislaur f or a thity taetenat its (Rachael Brunson) by Mrs. AnEliza
E - = next ra sioin afora utort tor tndot- Tradewell, April 19th, 1881, bounded
- eterly drectio as fas ther -ort a o as follows, to wit: On the north by
E' lina State lhne and also to extend said rail- lands oMrs. Ann Ei Pc;es
- road from Atkins in a south or south-cast- andrestt by lands ofD.Wila
- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~erly direction as far as some point on the Boyd; and on the wetb lnso
.North Eastern or Central Railroad of south James and Henry Cobia."
Carolina. .L.BDGR, Purchaser to pyfrpaD r.M
___=_--___:"" ' Pres't B. RL. RL. Co. Sheriff Clarendon County.
CrA R L ETON- SL C. Angust 18, 1891. Sep. 9th, 1891.