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THE MANNIG TIMSU !
S. A. NETTLES, Editor.
WEDRZDAT, C0O3fl 28, 1891,
The political warfare in New York I
and Ohio is being waged with great a
fierceness. Both parties are confi
dent of success.
The Charleston political muddle
has at last been settled by a primary
which resulted in a victory for the re
formers, but now the hydra-headed
monster called the Republican party
is beginning to show signs of life,
and the Democracy of that city may
be called upon to stamp it out of ex
istence, which by united action they
can easily do.
One of the most acceptable and op
portune books recently published is a
school history of South Carolina, by
John L. Weber, school commissioner
of Charleston county and one of the
editors of the News and Courier.
The history is a small work, and is
suitable for schools of any grade. It
is written in an easy and entertain -
ing style, and contains a vast amount
of information. A copy of this excel
lent little work should be in every
home in the State. The Manning
Academy has already ordered a sup
ply and we presume all the other
schools in the county will use it. The
book is neatly and substantially bound
in cloth, and costs only about fifty
The idea that has been inculcated
on the colored people by their politi
cal leaders that a colored man can
get no showing in the courts of South
Carolina was proven false in the re
cent term of court at this place. The
case, fully reported in another part of
the paper, was one in which a white
man made a will and by it bequeath
ed valuable real estate to his two ille
gitimate colored children. The white
relatives of the testator contested the
will, and the case was tried by a jury
composed entirely of white men. The
verdict was in favor of the colored
men. This verdict has a moral which
the colored people should not forget,
as it shows them that their race hasi
equal rights before the law with tte
white race, and to make good citizens
they must, when they have griev
ances, resort to law rather than to
lawlessness and crime.
(Sumter Preema, Oct. 27.)
The Synod of South Carolina.
The opening sermon of Synod was
preached by the Rev. Dr. English, of i
York. He was the last moderator
present, the Rev. Dr. DuBose being
absent in China, and therefore he
was~ chosen to preach according to I
,the natural order of things. After 1
this very interesting ,and impressive
address synod was organized, with
-azif hundred and twenty delegates
present, and after the election of. Mr.
gan their appointed business.
Instead of discussing the events, or
tLis anod, in its successive and sys-1
tmiatic order, 'twill be best to select
those features which mark it as one of
the most profitable, pleasant, and har
monious meetings of the Southern
Presbyterian church. The liveliest,
question with which the synod had toi
deal was the discussion of the organ-'
ization of a new Presbytery with Co
lumbia as a centre. This question
was hotly discussed, the opposition<
claiming that it would be diastrous
to the welfare of those Presbyteries '
with which such an organization 1
would interfere. It was especially
opposed by the pastors of the Presby
terian churches of Columbia, and af-'
ter afoll and free discusion from both
sides, it was decided to let things re
main in their present state.
The cause of home missions was
presented by the Rev. Dr. Craig, sec-<
retary of the home mission board of
the Southern church, and that of col
ored evangelization by Rev. A. LI
*Phillips, of Tuscaloosa, Ala. Both e
subjects were ably and exhaustively
discussed, anid a vote of thanks was s
returned by synod tothe two who had i
*upheld so earnestly causes so dear to C
The interest which is felt in For
eign -Missions was shown by the set- a
ting apart of an entire session for c
this cause. The subject was intro- a
duced by Dr. Bryson, whose earnest ~
appeal made this cause appear in a r
light more imperious than ever be- a
fore, and so moved synod as to bring
about the appointment of five others
to discuss still further this inexhaust- i,
ible subject. The address most wor- a
-thy of mention was that of Dr. Beat- C
tie, which for its conciseness, compre
hensiveness, and earnestness cannot
be excelled. After the address a col
lection was taken'up, which amount
ed to fifty dollars.
The two other important questions s'
were the discussions of Christian ed
neation and the Sabbath. The object i
of the first is to attempt to estab
lish schools under the direct jurisdic
tion of the Presbyterian denomination ~
and to organize parochial schools
wherever possible. The second de
mands a more close observance of the
Lord's day and attacks the running
of trains and the delivery of mail and is
express matter on Sunday, as it is S
their tendency to subvert the laws of ?2
the Sabbath and to demoralize those
communities where they are prac
ticed. The point of the argument ~
which produced most discussion and
opposition was that it was the duty
of all who held railroad stock to de
liver it at once on the ground that it ii
was inconsistent to oppose the very
institutions from which they derived &
capital. The question was delivered
oier to a committee of learned doctors d
with the instruction to report at the
next meeting of synod.b
Although synod practically ad
journed on Friday night, yet in real
ity it may be said to have reached its
climax on Sanday. Drs. Girardeau
and Beattie, at the request of the pas- ae
tor, consented to remain and preach !
at the celebration of the Lord's sup
per on Sunday. 'Twould be in vain
to attempt to represent in writing the]
brilliant sermons of these two distin- n
guished divines. Suffice it to say g
that each, the criterios. of his style of
oratory, excelled all of their former T
efors madi willhe long ere the im
>ression which they have made, un
er divine guidance, will be effaced.
The various delegates returned to
heir respective charges delighted
vith the Christian hospitality of Sum
er, irrespective of denominational
The next meeting of synod will be
Our Manning Merchants.
Our Manning merchants have realized
hat advertising is a good paying invest
nent, and have this season given it a thor
ough test with satisfactory results. Moses
evi, the oldest merchant in the town, has
large display advertisement in this paper
'or the purpose of attracting the attention
f the people to Lis immense stock of any
hing you may ask for in the general mer
antile line, and although Manning is be
ween the markets of Charleston and Sum
er, Mr. Levi, by his energy, has made him
elf a strong competitor for either of these
Another one of our enterprising mer
hants is Louis Loyns. He uses the col
imns of Tzz Tnmzs to inform the purchas
ng public of the many bargains he has in
,tore for them. Mr. Loyns's store is well
,tocked and nicely arranged. He is doing
large business which is increasing daily,
Lud we ask our readers to give his adver
isement their careful attention.
Horton, Burgess & Co. is a firm compos
d of three popular young business men
who have started out in the right direction:
Nirst, they have in their beautiful store a
irst-class stock of everything that can be
ound in a well regulated general store.
econd, they have made a specialty of la
lies' dress goods, trimmings. neckwear, &c.
'hey also carry a full line of nice shoes
rom celebrated makers. Third, they ad
rertised in Tuz TnIES, and invited the peo
:le to examine their goods, and by doing so
hey have already established themselves
m the road to success.
Jacob Prodovsky is also a young busi
ess man that has been successful in busi.
iess in this town. He occupies a handsome
tors, and his shelves are filled with an as
rted stock of clothing, hats, shoes, etc.
e is doing a thriving business, and he at
ributes much of his success to letting the
yeople know through Tu Tnrns that he is
mxious for their trade.
J. G. Dinkins & Co. are well known
hroughout this county as dealers in drugs,
nedicines, paints, oils, &c. They also car
y an excellent assortment of fancy articles;
n fact, everything that can be handled by
Sfirst-class drug store. Their store is nice
y arranged. Mr. Loryea, the junior mem
yer of the firm, is a graduate in pharmacy,
d all prescriptions entrusted to the firm
-ceives his personal attention.
S. A. Rigby, another one of the commer
dal standbys of this town, is doing an im
nense business. His large store is as well
tocked as any like establishment can be.
le handles everything that a first-class
nerchant can possibly handle. Mr. Rigby
s a thorough business man, and makes his
>siness a study. His long experience
nakes him know the wants of tne people,
md therefore his stock is always selected
ith a view to satisfying the people's
ants. Besides his general business he
-uns a special line of all kinds of wagons
d buggies, so that there is no necessity
or people to go away from home when
hey desire to purchase a vehicle.
When you come to town don't fail to go
he Manning hotel for a meal. This hotel
rovides its guests with all the comforts
hat can be had in a first class hotel. The
able is provided with the best this and
eighboring markets afford. The traveling
blic is well peased with the manage
nent of Mars. Os. . Burgess, the proprie.
ress, and she deserves patronage as she
eaves nothing undone to make her hotel
Ladies, when you want anything in the
illinery line, call and inspect, the new
.nd well assorted stock of SIrs. M. 0. Bar
ess. She has procured the services of a
>rofessional milliner from the N~orth, and
now prepared to suit jthe most fastid
B. A. Johnson is a young merchant, but
one among the most pushing in the
own, and is doing a first class business.
le carries a well assorted stock of family
bnd plantation groceries besides a general
sortment in the merchandise line.
M. Kalisky, known to his many friends
>y the abbreviated name of "Mum Kak," is
till pushing his business for all there is in
t and he has on his shelves the largest
tock of clothing shoes, dry goods, etc.,
hat he has everba before. He says these
ods were bought to sell, and they must be
old. He also carries a well assorted stock
The firm of Sires & Chandler deal exclu
ively in furniture, and their stock is com
>lete in everything in that line. These
entlemen are also experienced cabinet
makers, and all work entrusted to them re
eives immediate attention. When you
rant a parlor, dining room, or chamber set.
r a nice rocking chair, call and examine
Dr. W. M. Brockinton has a well fitted
p drug store where everything in the drug
nd medicine line can be found. He also
arries a full line of fancy articles, perfum
ry, cigars, and choice candies.
Mr. Eddie Thames holds forth in the iron
nilding recently occupied by Jacob Pro
ovky. He carries a full line of fruit. veg
tables, candies, and family groceries.
W. H. Young sells the improved Singer
ewing machine and has succeeded in
lacing a great many of them in this
New Hats for the Ladies.
Enron MamuNeG Tomns:-Please an
ounce to your readers that I have just re
aived a very handsome line of millinery in
the latest styles.
I have engaged the services of a compe
at milliner from Baltimore who comes di
ct from the centre of fashion and will be
ble to please the most fastidious.
Ipropose to sell my goods as cheap as
sey can be bought anywhere.
The patronage of the ladies of Clarendon
Searnestly solicited and I extend to them
cordial invitation to call and examine my
mods before purchasing elsewhere.
Mrs. M. 0. Burgess,
Manning, 8.0O., Oct. 14, '91.
Manning lethodist Church.
Sunday morning, 10:30 o'clock, Sunday
Sunday morning, 11:30 o'clock. preaching.
Sunday afternoon, 4 o'clock, Epworth
eague Bible reading.
Sunday evening, 7;30 o'clock, preaching.
Tuesday evening. 7:30 o'clock, Epworth
eague prayer meeting.
Thursday afternoon, 4 o'clock, prayer
A number will be baptized next Sunday'
Sthe font in the Manning Baptist church
inday morning after the sermon. The
ibject of the morning's discourse will be
Donditions of Discipleship."
P'astor T. E. Jassrxa.
W. H. Young is agent for Singer's V. S.
o. 2, three-drawer machines.
Goods sold at lowest cash prices at John
10 pounds family flour for 25 cents at Ka
If you want a fine cigar, call at Dinkins
Co.'s drug store.
Go to Brockinton's drug store for pure
rugs and medicines.
M. Levi has in stock the celebrated Sa
yrosa cigar. Try them.
Buy your fruit and vegetables from E.
hames, opposite the Bank.
Granulated Sugar, 4 pounds for 25 cents,
Best sewing machines for the least money
W. H. Young's.
TEW HOUSE. 17 LARGE AND COM
2~fortable rooms, nicely furnished with
w furniture. Bath rooms for use of
aests. Excellent table, supplied with best
Le market can afford. Conveniently locat
lto depot and the business part of town.
Mas M. 0. BURGESS,.Prop.
Sayings and Doings of the Colored Pe(
pie Throughout Clarendon and Els
BY R. A. STEWART.
The exhibitors at the county fair who ri
ceived premiums are as follows:
Miss Mary Boyd, pear preserves.
Miss Ella Morris, pillow shams.
Miss Fannie Roof, crochet.
Miss Rose Felder, draped doll baby.
Rev. J. P. Crawford, penmanship.
June Walker, cotton, corn, and cabbage.
Win. DeTaine, Sr., pepper.
Frank Davis, okra.
June Walker, horse millet.
Ellis Martin, pumpkins.
Alfred Nelson, watermelon.
J. W. DeLaine, chickens.
P. J. DeLaine & Bro., shingles.
W. W. Frank, shingles.
C. L. Nelson, honey.
Rev. E. H. Wilson, photographs.
Mrs. Rosa Roof, apple jelly.
Mrs. Lena Davis, grape wine.
Mrs. Delia Howard, cake.
Mrs. E. M. Stuckey, quilt.
Mrs. Leah Wragg, pin cushion and han
Mrs. Ada R. Stewart, sofa pillow.
Mrs. Fannie Fleming, wall pocket.
Mrs. Julia Wilson, cake.
Miss Margaret McLeod, preserves.
Master Charlie DeLaine, pen-knife wor:
Weary Boyd, steer.
Rev. W. Mc flie, gourd.
The officers of the fair for the comir
year are, President, Rev. E. H. Wilsoi
Vice-President, C. F. Brogden; Secretar
G. J. McCoy; Treasurer, A. Collins.
The receipts of this the first effort were i
the neighborhood of $200. TLe prospec
for a better fair next year are bright.
Revs. S. W. James and J. F. Wimnms we:
in town looking after live stock purchases
Rev. C. Pierce Nelson, D. D., State Cox
missioner for Raleigh Exposition, is he:
looking after the interest of the fair so f
as receiving exhibits and contribution
He preached Tuesday night at Trinity ,
M. E. church. His efforts in behalf of t1
exposition have met with marked succes
so much so as to call forth encomiums froi
the managers at Raleigh, N. C. We al
hoping to be able to obtain something froi
this county to be forwarded to that point.
Miss Halle Quinn Brown, the noted ell
cutionist, will give an entertainment i
Trinity A. I. E. church Monday night, N,
vember 4, for the benefit of raising funi
in behalf of the colored department at R
leigh, N. C. It will amply repay all love:
of histrionic talent to hear her. Her repi
tation is well-nigh national.
STATE oF Omo, Crry oF ToLEDo,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Chen(
& Co., doing business in the city of Toled
county and State aforesaid, and that sai
firm will pay the sum ONE HUNDRE
DOLLARS for each and every case of c
tarrh that cannot be cured by the use <
Hall's Catarrh Care.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed i
my presence. this 6th day of December, J
D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON,
[SEAT] Notary Public.
Halls Catarrh Care is taken internal]
and acts directly on the blood and mucoi
surfaces of the system. Send for testimi
nials, free. F. J. CHENEY t Co.,
piSold by all druggists, 75c.
Mayor Henneman's Slayer to be Hange
SPARMUNCnG. October 23.-John Wi
liams, colored, was convicted for the mu:
der of Mayor .Henneman to-day and sez
teuced to be hanged on November 20. TI
trial lasted eight hours. The jury was oi
only ten minutes. The verdict caused 1
Both the method and results wher
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleaa
and refreshing to the taste, and act:
gently yet promptly on the Kidneya
LvradBowels, cleanses the sys
tern effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitua
constipation. Syrup of Figs is th<
only remedy of its kind ever prc
duced, pleasing to the taste and a
ceptable to the stomach, prompt ii
its action and truly beneficial in iti
effects, preparedon1 from the mos1
health and esubstances, iti
many excellent qualities commend i1
to all and have made it the mos1
~oular remedy known.
Syup of Figs is for sale in 50<
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist wh<
may not have it on hand will prc
eure it promptly for any one wh<
wishes to try it. Do not accept an)
CALiFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co.
SAN FRANCISCO. C AL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y.
On the 5th day of December, 1891, we wil
apply to the judge of probate for Clarendo:
county, for letters dismissory as executor|
:f the estate of Wesley Tindal, dcceased.
Oct. 27, 1891.
$500 Fire Policy
your Farm Residence
in most cases
Your house is not
apt to burn,
in case it did
you would be in
a decidedly bad fix:
were insured with
any of tihe
Fire Insurance Companies
S. A. Nettles
would be promptly paid.
S. A. Nettles, afanning, S. C., represents
some of the best fire insurance compamre
n the worl.
00 Columbia State, Oct. 22, 1891.
Last of the Corpse Trust.
CoLu=nuA, October 22.-The public t
day hears the last of the famous Charlest<
B corpse trust, which in 1888 was the sens
tion of the country. Governor Tillmi
yesterday granted an unconditional pard<
to the aged chief of the trust, Dr. J. I
Governor Richardson pardoned one
the sons on April 7, last. Governor Ti
man released the other three days befo
his sentence would have expired. The
men were convicted before Judge Norton
June, 1888, and the old man was sent i
for four years. There were petitions, whi
when fastened together, made a book s
inches thick. There were no end.of sig
To Itself in many important particulars, Hood'i
Sarsaparlla is different from and superior to an3
Peculiar in combination, proportion and prep
aration of ingredients, Hood's Sarsaparilla pos
sesses the full curative value of the beat knowz
remedies of the vegetable kingdom.
Peculiar in its medicinal merit, Hood's Sarsapa
&lla accomplishes cures hitherto unknown.
Peculiar in strength and economy-Hood's Sar
saparllais the only medicine of which can trul3
be said," 100 doses one dollar." Medicines inlargei
and smaller bottles require larger doses, and d<
notproduce as good results as Hood's Sarsaparilla
Peculiar in its "good name athome "-there i,
more of Hood's Sarsaparilla soldin Lowen,wherl
it s mde, than of all other blood purifiers.
s ecnuar in Its phenomenal record of salei
abroad, no other preparation has ever attainec
re such popularity in so short a time. Do not be In
r Hood's Sarsaparilla
ir Boldbyandruggists. si; sixfors5. Preparedonl1
Q. by C. L HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass
te 100 Doses One Dollar
: STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN)
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
Y VIuTUE OF AUTHORITY VESTE
t in the undersigned, he will sell f
>- cash at Silver, in the county and State afor
Ls said, on the 12th day of November, 189
a- between the hours of 11 a. m. and 12 o'clol
es m., the following described person
- property to wit:
One 30-horse power locomotive boiler <
One 25-horse power engine and fittings
One No. 2 saw mill, 40 feet carriage.
- Three head blocks.
s One fifty-four inch Diston saw, Sol
: tooth, and
70 feet 4-ply driving belt.
D The above described property being so
under a mortgage on same given by W. 2
)f Knight to Talbott & Sons, to secure the pu
chase money for said property, said moi
gage bearing date the 19th day of Apri
1890. DAN'L J. BRADRAM1,
L Agent for TaLmonT & Sos-s,
y October 26, 1891.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINJ
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
BY VIRTUE OF AUTHORITY VESTB
in the undersigned, he will sell f
cash at the mill site recently occupied I
Knight & Appleby, on the lands of J.I
.Andrews, in the county and State aforesai
on the twelfth day of November, 1891, b
. tween the hours of one o'clock and thri
t o'clock p. m., the following described pe
t sonal property, to wit:
o One 35-horse power boiler-locomotive.
One 30-horse power engine.
One No. 2 saw mill, 45 feet carriage, ar
10 feet extension of rack iron, 70 feet dri
itig belt, and one 56 in. Diston saw and fi
The above described property being so)
under a mortgage given by Knight & A3
pleby to Talbott & Sons, to secure the pu
chase money for said property, said mor
gage bearing date the 22d September, 189
DAN'L J. BRADHAM,
Agent for TMulonr & Soxs,
October 26, 1891. otaes
Best 10-4 al
for $4.00 in oi
for moderate p
to select from
ped with the i
that could be
Sumr, S. C., October 10, 1891.
To Arrive: About October 14,
one carload horses.
P PURSUANCE OF TEE LAW OF
d t this State notice is hereby given that
the Bishopville Railroad Company will ap
ply to the Legislature of this State at its
I next session for authority to extend its
railroad in a general northerly or north
westerly direction as far as the North Caro
r- lina State line and also to extend said rail
road from Atkins in a south or south-east
erly direction as far as some point on the
North Eastern or Central Railioad of South
P. L. BRIDGERS,
Pres't B. R. R. Co.
Angust 18, 1891.
'Anal U11i of Coluty COMWinino1
D OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
r CUIrSDON COU'rr,
oy Manning, S. C., Oct. 13, 1891.
3. HE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS
:1, sioners for Clarendon county, will hold
e- their annual meeting at 12 o'clock, M., on
e the third day of November, 189], in Man
r- ning, for the purpose of examining all claims
that may be presented against the county.
All persons holding such claims are hereby
notified to present the same on that day, to
d this Board. By order of Board.
V- P. G. BENBOW,
t- Clerk B. C. C., C. C.
- HE FAST TROTTING BRED STAL
t.1 lion Messenger, is now at our stables,
). and all those who desire to secure a fine colt
had best make early engagements, as his
services will be limited to thirty mares.
Legg & Hlutchinson,
MANNING, S. C.
LI wool blankets
ts 75c. to $4.50j
10-4 and 11-4
C5* *** ** **
. ..5 .. s-.. o
s, the best grades
and our Dress
trnent is equip
ost skilled and
rtist in this line
found in New
vns & Purdy.
EEw'A E. REMBERT, W. L. Y. MARSHALL,
(of Rembert, S. C.) E. UU (of Charleston.)
Have Opened a First-Class
and General Merchandise Business in the City
of Sumter, at the Corner of Main and Repub.
A Full Line of General Merchandise Consisting of
Ladies' Dress Goods, Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware, Harness,
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Crockery, Tinware,
Boots and Shoes, Men's & Children's Clothing, Etc.
The above lines have been selected with much care. Our styles are nobby and new, and
our prices are low. Having spent 20 days in the Northern Markets we feel confident that we
have for the inspection of the public one of the CHOICEST ASSORTMENT OF GOODS in
Sumter. Mr. S. J. McFadden, of Clarendon, will serve our customers in this department.
With six years' experience and ample capital we feel sure that we can please.
- A FIRST-CLASS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
General Mercantile Establislanent.
FERTILIZERS IN SEASON. In our Wholesale Grocery we buy from first hands in
Car Load Lots, strictly for SPOT CASH, and we propose to give our customers the benefit of
our large spot cash purchases. In connection with our Wholesale Grocery we have a Retail
Department in charge of Maj. Marion Sanders, who will give our patrons the benefit of our
Wholesale Prices. After January 1st, we will advance Merchandise, Fertilizers, and Money
on good paper. We propose to do a First-Class, Honest, and Upright business (strictly on bus
T.sat, 3hLrt 1%Tot L.east,
We extend a hearty and cordial invitation to call and inspect our large and varied Assortment, and get our
prices. Call early and save money. Hoping to see you all soon, we are Yours, Anxious to Please,
Edward E. Rembert & Co.,
Prices and Samples mailed on application. We will call at- Bu1ww1tei*, B. C.
tention to our Special Lines later. Get our prices on Bagging,
Ties, and Meat.
A NEW STORE!
When you come to Sumter look out for our
store. Our sign is a large
Tradition's Emblem of Good Luck. We have an immense stock,
and stand prepared to solicit the patronage of the people of
Clarendon county. We realize that a large proportion of the MA
trade of that county visits Sumter, on account of its being a
market with the strongest kind of competition, and also realizing
that in order to expect a share of that patronage, we must en
Z ter the race and M
Make Ourselves Felt as Competitors.
We have the advantage of being able to boast of having
NO OLD STOCK ON HAND,
am as our store and stock are bran new. The ntmost care was ex
ercised in the selection of every article, and every purchase
O was made with the view of making strong competition stronger. =<
The Dry Goods Department of our establishment is presided
over by Mr. Riley Venning. In this Department everything in the Dry
Goods Line can be found. -1
Cashmeres, Hearlettas, Albatrosses, Glorlas, Flnnels, Trcots of all Widths,
Flannel - Sultings, - Brocades - of - Every - Variety, 7
and a Full Line of Trimmings to match. And in W
Nc)TIOC>MrB, P.AmrOr Goo)Ds,
and Latest Styles of Novelties we venture the assertion that no house in the C
city can equal us.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, & Gents' Furnishing Goods, all
from first hand, and from reliable manufacturers. A full line in the Crock
ery and Glassware Line. Our Grocery Department contains Fancy and Sta
ple Groceries, and we are prepared to handle these goods in all quantities.
As a matter of fact, we cannot enumerate our immense stock, but a call
from the People of Clarendon is earnesely solicited, so that we can give them
a practical illustration of what we have in store for them.
Very Respectfully, M
Sumter, S. 0.
Chandler, Shaw & Co.,
(Sumter, S. C., at Winn's Old Stand),
--Era-ve Openec1 Thtieir
FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF 0
CLOTHING, HATS, *
and Furnishing Goods, O0G
Men, Boys, and Children,
And are now prepared to show a nice, cheap, and complete
Line of Goods In Every Department.
1,000 SAMPLE HATS AT 50 CENTS ON THE $1.00.
ML'S, oTS', AIW OHZLDN'S SUTS
At Prices Lower than Ever Beore.
Men's and Boys' all-wool Suits at $4.50.
""" Men's and Boys' all-wool Pants at $1.50.
Boys' Suits, ages 4 to 13, at 75c.
Men's and Boys' Wool Hats at 20c.
Men's and Boys' Felt Hats at 45c.
Men's and Boys' Genuine Linen Collars at 8c., 10c., ad 12 1-2c.
Men's and Boys' Genuine Celluloid Collars at 18e.
Men's and Boys' Genuine Zylonite Collars at 12 1-2c.
Harris Wire Buckle, Grip Back Suspenders, every pair warranted for
twelve months, at 25c., 50c., and 75c.
Also a complete line of Stylish, Perfect-Fitting, Square-So oulder, Tail
or Made Suits For Men and Boys, at the Very Lowest Prices
Pants or Suits Xade to Order,