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THo KI62&MG TamEs.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1893.
Your Name in Print.
-Miss Carrie Legg, returned to Co
lumbia this morning.
-Mr. G. L. Dickson returned last
night to the Charleston Medical Col
-Misses Sallie Stukes and May
Wilson returned to Converse College
-Miss Carrie Lucas returned to
Manning last Monday night from
spending the holidays with relatives
-Mi- s Nettie Weinberg returned to
St. Jozeph's Academy this morning.
Her mother, Mrs. Rosa Weinberg,
accompanied her to Sumter.
-Mr. Joseph M. Bradham. the
newly appointed post master at Packs
ville. was in town yesterday, and
fixed up the necessary documents to
send to Washington.
-Hon. E. A. Tindal Is extremely ill,
and for the past two days his life was
despaired of, but this morning the
cheering news comes from Summer
ton that he is a little better.
Christmas is over.
Correspondents send in your com
Died, last Wednesday, - an infant
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. McElveen.
Died, last Sunday night at the poor
house, Mrs. Harriet Stedham, aged
The Times extends greeting to its
many readers and hopes that 1894
will be a year of peace and plenty
Manning was flushed with money
last week. The bank had so much of
--a mt.itsent off to other banks a
Efforts are be'ng made to got tLc
express company to establish an office
in the business portion of the town for
the convenience of the public.
Fine line of candies at J. G. Dinkins
Mr. M. Kalisky has become a
knight of the grip. He has accepted
a position as traveling salesmae. for
Messrs. Greenewald & Co., Philadel
Fresh Tarbell cheese just received at J.
Mr. Louis Appelt receive.- official
notice of his appointment last Friday
night and by the return mail forward
to Washington the necessary oath and
For fine confectionery go to J. G.
Dinkins & Co.
Mr.-W. G. King and family have
moved to Sumter county. Mr. King
will have charge of A. J. Salinas &
Sons', large planting interests in that
"Epps's Breakfast Cocoa," a most delic
ious drink, at W. M. Brockinton's.
Mr. Shade Nichols, who was shot a
few days ago, died on Tuesday night
of last week. The jury of inquest
placed the blame for his death upon
Handsome line of Christmas and
New Year cards at Dinkins & Co.'s.
All the railroads running through
this county have paid their taxes. ex
cept the C. S. & N. This road is in
the hands of a receiver, and may be
above paying taxes.
Dr. W. M. Brockinton is paying Uighet
cash prices for cotton seed.
Auditor Davis commenced yesterday
on his rounds to take tax returns.
Look for the auditor's notice in anoth
er column and it will tell you what
day he will be at your place.
Beautiful line of plush albums at
Dinkins & Co.'s.
The political campaign this year
will open early, and a hot fight is
looked for. The people. however, are
are not wanting any hot time, they
see no good in men lashing themselves
into a fury. Abuse should not be tol
erated. Argument is what the people
Just received, a full line of colognes and
extracts, toilet soaps, combs, brushes. etc.,
at W. Mf. Brockinton's.
School Commissioner :Wells has
been requested to hold a competitive
examination for young men wishing
to enter Clemson College. In accord
ance with that reqjuest Mr. Wells will
conduct the examination on the 18th
of this month. Here is an excellent
opportunity for an education in one
of the best institutions in the State.
Young men, grasp the chance.
Orange barns, none better, always on
*hand, at J. W. MceLeod's.
The newly appointed post master is
being beseiged with applications for
carrying the mail to the depot For
the information of those interested
-we will state that the post master has
nothing whatever to do with the
employing of a mail carrier. The,
mail is carried by contract, and this
contract is given out by a sub-con
Highest price is being- paid at D. MT.
Bradham's mill for cotton seed.
Last Monday was the first day of
the new year, and a large num ber of
people came to town. The sheriff
opened the sales, and witnout selling
continued the sales until yesterday.
The reason for this was several tracts
of land were advertised to be sold
salesday in January. and last Monday
being a national holiday the legality
of selling on that day might be ques
"Chocolate Menier" and "Van Houten's
Cocoa," the best on the market, cheap a
W. Mf. Brockinton's.
The Columbia Journal of last Fri
day pouirs hot sh ot into the adminis
tration for reducing the State tax levy.
*This paper was recently swallowed by
the State. We mention this t bat the
people may know that Jonah feels un
comfortable in his present cohicy
quarters. If the administration had
raised the levy possibly the whale
(State) would have had itself put into
the hands of a receiver to avoid pay
Sing taxes, and by a hard squeeze Jo
nah might get free and inhale a purer
Our line of decorated vases, cups
and saucers, and lamps, are superb.
3. G. Dinkins & Co.
The dwelling house recently occu
pied by Mr. E. P. Briegs at Silver was
destroyed by fire last Wednesday
morning. The house was occupied by
a man employed to- watch the
premises, and he came near being a
victim of the fire. The falling timbers
from the roof woke him up. and when
he got ont the entire top fell in. Mr.
E. P. Briggs had moved out of the
house a few days before and a Mr.
Wing had rented it and was to move
his family in on new year's day. The
building was insured for $675.
We manufacture the purest, best,
and strongest extracts of lemon and
vanilla. Try them. J. G. Dinkins
As soon as a little office looms into
sight a scramble begins and we notice
that our anti friends are not at all
conspicious for their absence in the
scramble. The recent legislature en
acted a law by which the trial justice
at Manning must appoint a constable
at a salary of two hundred dollars a
year. As soon as this act became
-known here they came pell mell antis
and Tillmanites pressing their claims
for the prize. Mr. Timmons cotild
not appoiht but one, so he gave it to
a Reformer,Mr. Samuel Tobias. The
funny-part of the business was that
when an anti pressed his claim he
pried to-convine Mr. Timmons that
he was opposed to all this abuse or
Tillman indulged in by extreme con
servatives and as soon as his applica
tion was rejected Governor Tillman
was all sorts of a blank, blank, blank
ety, blank. One fellow after failing
to get the coveted prize said "these -
Tillmanites are worse than radicals
and all of the crowd are only after
PAx.--srr-cTPE cures itch in 30 minutes.
The schools in Manning resumed
Lagrippe is going the rounds of the
We want live correspondents in ev
ery section of the county. Send in
The Young Men's Building and
Loan Association meeting will take
place on the 11th inst.
Allianceman, Manning is a good
place for a big Alliance ially. Let's
have a rouser. What say you?
Treasurer Bowman has already col
lected about $25,000, This is a good
showing considering the hard times.
A nice assortment of pencils, stationery,
and school supplies at W. M. Brockinton's.
Congressman McLaurin will deliver
an addres:, next Saturday to the
"John L. McLaurin Alliance" at Tim
The Bank of Manning has purehas
ed the corner lot known as the Blakey
corner, and a brick building will soon
be in the course of erection.
The time for paying taxes has been
extended to February 1st. This ex
tension will be a great help to many
poor people throughout the State.
If you want a bottle of fine perfum
ery, call at Dinkins & Co.'s.
The tax extension will be a great re
lief to the people. A whole month is
given those who have not paid, to
make the necessary arrangements.
Died, yesterday in Charleston, Mr.
Stephen Thomas, Sr., aged 82 years,
the father of Mr. Stephen Thomas,
Jr., who is well known in this county.
A Pretty Marriage.
Last Wednesday night Dr. S. W.
Gamble and Miss Cynthia Oliver
were married at the residence of the
bride's mother, Mrs. C. G. Oliver,
near Foreston. Rev. J. E. Dunlop
The following couples were in at
Mr. S. P. Oliver with Miss May Can
Mr. Wm. Gamble wlth Miss -- Can
Vir. W. C. Bagnal with Miss Bessie
Dr. R. H. Cathcart with Miss Tora
Mr. Julius Gamble with Miss Lizzie
Mr. A. J. White with Miss Kerhesser
After the ceremony an elegant sup
per was serve.I t- the bridal party and
The happy couple left next morn
ing for Gourdins, their future home.
Dr. Gamble is a rising young physi
clan of his county and Miss Oliveris one
of Clarendon's fairest daughters. She
has many friends and relatives in
Manning, who unite in good wishes
for the newly married pair.
Itch on human, mange on horses. dog
and all stock, cured in 30 minutes by
Woolford's Sanitary lotion. This never
fails. Sold by -J. G. Dinkins & Co., drug
gist., Manning, S. C.
PACKSVILLE, Jan. 1.-Miss Clara
Syphrett has returned to her home at
this place after being absent for six
The young gallants of Packsville
and Silver enjoyed a tournament at
this piace last Thursday. H. B. Beat
son won first honors and .crowned
Miss Mamie Whihe, of Smithville,
queen of love and beauty; C. L. Cut
tino took second honors and chose
Miss Fannie Beatson first maid of
honor; and S. A. Harvin came in for
third honors, selecting Miss Eya Cur
tis, second maid of honor.
Several parties have moved recently.
Mr. Charley Reynolds has moved in
to town, and so has Mr. Judson Brad
ham, of Manning,
Dr. Reynolds has moved to the mill
place on Sammy Swamp, and Mr.
Dargan Jones occupies the Doctor's
Miss Lela Geddings, of Pinewood,
spent Christmas week with the family
of Mr. F. S. Geddings.
Miss Marian Kruse is visiting the
The antis want the world and ten
acres of the moon for a "tater patch."
At least, Nomen sees things that way.
Mr. J. M. Bradhamn has just received
information of his appointment to the
postmastership at Packsville.
How about a larger saw mill for our
town. Mr. Bradham is doing first-class
work, and gives entire satisfaction as
regards the quality, but the mill that
is hero now cannot supply the de
mand. Mr. Bradham should move
more of his machinery to this place in
order to supply the growing demand
It is time for you to stop writing
To-day is new years day. I was just
ruminating, as Bill Arp says, on the
past, present, and future-the past
year, the present year, and the future.
of 1894. A twelvemontha ago I stood
on the threshold of a new year rich in
promises and full of anticipations, but
it has slipped silently away to return
no more forever. What has been done
is done for all tinte. A few years back
I wrote of the new year. thus:
New years morn--bathed in floods of
light, christened in diamond dew
drops, encircled by the roseate down
and set in zephr gems of frozen beauty,
rolled back the curtain of night and
camne forth fresh ini her virgin lovell
ness. Last night ere the sable car
had rolled half round the heavens, the
old year breathed her last, and 1893
with her joys and sorrows, pains, and
pleasures, anticipations and disap
pointments, was numbered with the
past. We have gone forth into the
darkness of the old year to find the
stars, "scattered like grain on a
threshing floor." still bright above us.
We have stood on the summit of many
a high hill of hope at whose base
meandered a tiny stream, mirrowing
in its bosom heaven's glory and re
flicting batons of light hung in living
flame, but we have had to descend in
to the vale there to find our hopes
scattered and the sky black with cloud
and vivid with lightning flash. But
through the mist and the gloom, we
could look beyond to a magic isle in a
mystic sea and say "The Lord hath
given and tbe Lord hath taken away,
blessed be the name of the Lord."'
Then let's bury the old year with no
sad requiems and, "Go forth to meet
the shadowy future with a manly
heart and without fear."
There have been several parties
given in the community during the
Mr. G. H. Curtis is making prepara
tion'to build a brick store house, so
as to be better insured against fire in
Miss Ada WVeldon has returned to
her home at Smithville after spend
ing a week with Mrs. G. M. Davis.
We were glad to see Dr. Easterling
on our streets the other day. Some of
his friends are speaking of running
him for congress next year.
Wishing the Times a happy new
year, we will say good bye for this
A cream of tartar baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening strength.
Laest Unied SMales Government Food
Royal Baking Powder Co.,
1an Wall St. N. Y
The Manningspensarv nakes a
first-class reporlor the month end
ing December 31.
Gross sales $2,767 45
Gross cost 2,110 25
Gross profit 6 657 20
Expenses 138 35
Net pifit S 518 85
Share going tthe County 259 45
Share going t-anning 259 45
The Siriff's Sales
Took place ydterday, and the sher
iff sold the follving three tracts of
land under decital orders:
Rigby vs. Sions et sl, 195 acres,
$100, S. A. Rigb, bidder
Rosa WeinbeZ vs. W.E. McKnight,
57 acres, $100, -SA. Rigly, bidder.
Rosa Weinbej vs. E. 5. Mc][night,
$100, S. A. Rigb, biddei
The lands of rames EcCauley and
others, at the sIt of S. j. Rigby, were
also advertised but otection being
made by the dcendants the sale was
postponed by rection of plaintiff.
Congressman McLauin has suc
ceeded in proturing ;he following
post office appentmens since Christ
Manning-Lais Ap i
Tatum Statioi-W. 1Easterling.
Little River--Wm. A Besent.
Packsville- seph.1. Bradham.
Dovesville-'l. S. 1lliamson.
Mullins-G. r!,. Sm
That Tired Feeling
The aked betelt wb People overcome
by That Tired eling der) from Hood's Sar
pros that this medi
ain"makes the we4
& 1i known mercha
-Aut Ave years ago
itan to suffer with
ver severe pain In
uagrowing worse. I
mr. J.3B. F10=ei too Hood's Sarsapa
ton il being convinced
that I v=S troubled -~hUPi compl*
cated with Liver and ItdeyTroubles I
edatmo and an~rtalnly Very MUch
=lerand feel miore Uerig
gies*me reai a eomfort. It
HOOD'8 PILL8 cure FItus COnguPation bY
setrn eitaltic actionibe alimontazl m
Building & ban Money
By authority of io Board of Direc
tors of The Youn Men's Building
and Loan Assoiain, of Manning,
S. C., notice is hery given that a
meeting of the sha-holders of said
Building and LoarAssociation will
be held in the Banbuilding at Man
ning, S. C., Thursty, the 11th day
of January, 1894, 4geleven o'clock in
the forenoon, at sith time about
Three Thousand (,000) Dollars will
be offered for sale t auction, at so
much a share, anthe share -holder
bidding and agreng to take the
smallest amount ' his share shall
surrender his stoclo the Association
for the amount so~id, which stock
shall then be cancled. -
Manning, S. C., *c. 30, 1893.
MANING, EC., Dec. 26, 1893.
Sealed bids will t received by the
Board of County Omnissioners un
til 12 o'clock 31. F'rity, January 5th,
1894, for a. Superiendent of Poor
House for one ye-. The Superin
tendent to be emnpyed will be re
quired to furnish a horse and feed
for same, one vehie (wagon or cart),
convey paupers teoor House'
required, to furniswood froni land
of poor farm fo inmates, School
Commissioner's ar County Commis
sioners' offices, id perform any
other and all dutic devolving upon
him as such Supentendent.
By order BoariCounty Commis
V. C. DAVIS,
Clerk of Board.
MANNING,s. C., Dec. 26, 1893.
Sealed bids willbe received by the
Board of County iommissioners un
til 12 o'clock M. Filay, January 5th,
1894, for a Physicia to do the Poor
House and Jail pr:tice for~ one year.
The bid to INCLUL all medicines fur
nished inates. >ractice elsewhere
than at said placeto beat half rates
and not included i said bid:
The right to rejat any and all bids
By order Boaz County Commis
W. C. DAVIS,
Clerk of Board.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply tohe judge of probate
for Clarendon canty on the 13th day
of January 1804 >r letters dismissory
as administeate of the estate of
Glovena B. Wees deceased.
J. W. WEEKS,
December 20, 893.
Notice d Discharge.
I will apply tethe judge of probate
for Clarendon cunty on the 13th day
of January 1894 or letters dismissory
as executor of th estate of Elizabetl>
A. Weeks deceasd. J. W. WEEKS.
December 20, 393.
OFFICE SCHO(L COMiISSIONER,)
Manning, S. J., January 4th, 1893.
U NTIL~ FUJRTIER NOTICE I WIl
have my offic, open on Saturday o:
each week. The ot'er days will be spent i:
visiting the schoolsf the county.
L. L. WELLS,
Scho( Commissioner C.C.
Te first of Arerican Newspapers
llALES A. DANA Editor.
The American Contitution, the Amer
ican Idea, the Amercan Spizrit. Thtes
first last1, and all thtelime, forever.
The Sunnay Sun
is the greatest Srmday Newspaper in th
Price 5 cents a copy. ly mail, S2 a yco
Daily, l~y mail, - - . - - SG a yeni
Daily and Sunday, b.
mal, - - - - $8 a yet
h Weekly, - - - Sl a yet
Add.ress Te Sum New Vm-li
Statement of the condition of The
Bank of Manning at the close of busi
ness Dec. 30, 1893:
Loans and discounts.......$ 57,392 92
Cash, and in other banks.. 37,497 07
Furniture................. 480 81
$ 95,370 80
Capital stock..............$ 30,300 00
Re-discounts............... 6,000 00
Surplus and profits (net).. 13,908 18
Deposits................ 45,162 62
$ 95,370 80
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,)
CLARENDON COUNTY. f
I, Joseph Sprott, Jr., Cashier of
the Bank of Manning, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge
JOSEPH SPROTT, JR.,
Sworn to before me this 1st day of
Jan., 1894. I. I. BAGNAL,
Correct attest :
S. A. RIGBY,
OFFICE COUNTY AUDITOR,
CLARENDON COUNTY, -
Manning, S. C., Dec. 13, 1893.
The Auditor's office will be open*
from the second day of January, 1894s
to the twentieth day of February,
1894, to receive returns of real and
nersonal property for taxation in
Carendon county for the year 1894,
and for the convenience of tax-payers
will have deputies at each of the
places named below to receive re
turns for the said year:
Pinewood, Monday, January 8th,
Packsville, Tuesday, January 9th,
Panola, Wednesday,January 10th,
David Levi's Store, Thursday, Jan
uary 11th, 1894.
Summerton, Friday, January 12th,.
Brunson's X Roads, Saturday, Jan
uary 13th, 1894.
Jordan, Monday, January 15th,
School House in St. Mark's town
ship, on Raccoon road, near Duffie's
old store, Tuesday, January 16th,
Foreston, Wednesday, January
Wilson's, Thursday, January 18th,
Alcolu, Frday, January 19th, 1894.
W. M. Yovnian's, Saturday, Janu
ary 20th, 1894.
Saul's Store, Monday, January 22d;
New Zion, Tuesday, January 23d,
W. J. Gibbons's, Wednesday, Jan
uary 24th, 1894.
J. J. MeFaddin's Store, Thursday
January 25th, 1894.
Barrows School House, Midway
township, Friday, January 26th, 1894.
A good way for the taxpe.yer who
has much property to return, is ,to
make a memorandum of theinumber
of horses, cattle, mules, sheep and
goats, hogs, watches, organs and pi
anos, buggies, wagons and carriages,
dogs, merchandise, mach?inery, mon
eys, notes and accounts, (above in
debtedness) fo--niture, &c., wh' will.
save the taxpaver time, and enable
the assessor to progress in the workp'
Tax >..yers return whet they ownt
on the first day of January, 1894. :
Al' property, both real and per
sonal, must be retarned this year.
Assessors and taxpayers will enter
the first given name of the taxpayer
in full, also make a separate return
for each party for the township. the
property is in, and where- the tax
paer owns realty, to insert the post
office asitheir place of residence, and
those who only own persona.l prop
erty, to give the party's name wh.
owns the land they live on as their
residence, which aids the t::.xpayer as
well as the county treasurer i mak
ing the collections and preventing
Every male citizen between the
ages of twenty-one and fifty years on
the first day of January, 1894, except
those incapable of earning a support,
from being maimed, or from other
causes, shall be deemed taxable polls.
All returns that are made after the
twentieth day of February will have
a penalty of 50 per cent. added there
to, unless prevented by sickness or
out of the county during the time of
listing. Not knowing the time of
isting is no excuse. And all owners
of real estate, might do their tenants,
who cannot read, or -take - a news
paper, a great favor by making their
returns or telling them the time of
isting, and that if they' fail to make
their returns in time that the valua
tion has to be increased 50 per cent.
unless they have a& good excuse.
The assessing and collecting o~
taxes is all done now in the same year
and we'have to aggregate the num
ber and value of all the horses, cattle
mules, &c., as well as the acres o
land, lots and buildings, and thei:
value, that there is in the county
and have same on file in the Comp
troller General's office by the thir
tieth day of June each year. An<
from that time to the first day of Oc
tober each year the afiditor's-an<
treasurer's duplicate has to be com~
pleted and an abstract of the worn
in the Comptroller's office by tha
time, which will show at a glane
that the auditor has no time to tak
in returns or do anything else muel
between the first day of March an'
the first day of October each yeal
but work on the books and .blanks
Therefore I hope that all taxpayer
will do us the favor of making thei
returns in time.
J. ELBERT DAVIS,
Auditor Clarendon County.
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We want many men, women, boys, and girls t<
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their own homes. The business is easy, pleasant
strictly honorable, and pays better than anyothe:
offered agents. You have a clear field and nii
cmpettion. E'xperience and special ability un
necessary. No capital required. We equip yot
with everything that you need, treat you well
aad help you to earn ten times ordinary wages
Women do as well as men, and boys and girl:
m ake good pay. Any one, anywhere. can do the
work. All succeed who follow our plain and simi
pie directions. Earnest work will, surely brina
you a great deal of money. Everything is net
ad in great demand. Write for our pamphie
circular, and receive full information. No bars
done you conclude not to go on with the
e Dr II. B.AER
e CHARLESTON, S.CO.
r Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Foreign aii
Dmestic Chemicals, &c. Showcases of
STATE 9h, OU'TH CANLINA,
COUNT i)F CLARENDON.
ByLours AM L* -EsQ., Probate Judge.
Whereas, T. H -HARVIN has made
suit to me, to grAht him Letters of
Administration of the estate and ef
fects of MRS. S. S. .HARVIN.
These are therefoYe to cite and ad
monish all and singalar the kindred
and creditors of the said MRS. S. S.
HARVIN, deceased, tkhat they be and
appear, before me, i. the Court of
Probate, to be held at fanning, S. C.,
on the 6th day of January, next,
after publication hereof, at 1. o'clock
ia the forenoon, to sbow cause, if any
they have, .why the said Administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this twen
tieth day of December, Anno Domni,
[SAL] LOUIS APPELT,
Judge of Probate C. C.
NOTICE OF RECISTRATION.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
[ ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVIS
ions of an act of the General Assembly,
ratified on the 9th day of February, 1882, I
will be in the court house in Manning, in
the office of the clerk of the court, the first
Monday of each month, for the purpose of
allowing persons coming of age since the
last general election to register, and to at
tend to any other business pertaining to my
official duties. S. P. HOLLADAY,
Supervisor Registration Clarendon Co.
P. 0. Address: Panola, S. C.
ONE CAR LOAD
ALL GOOD WORKERS, AT
SUMTER, S. C.
Sumter, S. C., Oct. 20, 1893.
L. W. FOLSOM,
- Sign of the Big Watch, -
SUTMTER, S. t.
+: Watches, Diamonds,+~:
- STERLING SILVER, CLOCKS, -
Optical Goods, Fine Knives, Scissors and
Raz'ors, Machine Needles,Etc.
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dasComm androme specharsonor
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DOORS : SASH, : AND : BLINDS..
4/8 to 486 Meeting Street, CHARLESTON, S. C
JOHN C. WIETERS,
Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Lioors and- Cigars,
No. 183 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
LATEST HA RD
To our friends in Clairendon County: We return thanks for their past
patronage, and would advise them to come and see our Stock of Shoes be
fore buying. Our friends know that we have and will always give the best
VALUE for their MONEY. For FALL and WINTER trade we are
- Gentlemen's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes -
that will not only meet competition but defy prices. Our entire line is made
to ORDER specially for us, and therefore we are able to give a special
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be beat anywhere, and our 0. K. $2 Ladies' Shoe is the best durable Shoe
made. We also carry Shoes to meet the-pockets of all our customers. $1
will buy a "Solid" Ladies' Shoe. Come and try us and be convinced.
VALUE Mai! Bt'eet PRICES.
E. A. TINDAL,
(SUCCESSOR TO RUTLEDCE & TINDAL)
.: A=Ra -:- IN-:- AND -:- MANVFACTUEE -:- OF
F U R-N I T U R E.
SUMMERTON, S. C.
Keeps in stock a full line of bedsteads, chairs, tables, sofas, wardrobes, bureaus, bei
oom setsq, cradles, cribs, matresses, bed springs, coffins, caskets, etc., etc. Our st ck o:
COFFDTS AND CASEETS
s equal to any ket in this or Sumter counties, and we will fill orders at any hour da:
r night.' Mr. H..H Windhiam, a skillful and experienced mechanic, will gie persona
ttention to repairing of any and all kinds of furniture at shortest notice. Our price
are as low as the lowest, and all we ask to effect a sale is an inspection of our goods. W
are also agents for wagons and buggies which we will sell at lowest possible prices.
Everything in this line go to
R..W. Durant & Son,~
- ..-.WHO ALSO SELL
Paints, Oils, etc., etc.,
Cooking and Heating Stoves, -
All Household Articles
B. A. J OHN S ON
takes great pleasure in announcing to the trading public in general, and t
the farmers in particular, that he is now better prepared than ever for th
fall trade, and has in store everything in the line of
He has a splendid stock of Dry Goods, all fresh and first-class. H
offers special bargains in
Now, don't buy elsewhere until you call and see my stock and get m;
prices. I have the goods that the people need, and they are bought t
sell and not to keep.
When a farmer comes to Manning he has only to drop into my stor
where a hearty welcome awaits him, and he can buy everything needed t
run his place or equip his family. Bear in mind that B. A. Johnson w:
not be undersold.
Yours for first-class and cheap goods,
B. A. JOHNSON,
WETHERHORN & FISCHER,
SASH, DOORS, BLINI)S.
. 7. 9,11, 13 SmITEEETxr, - CHARLESTON, S.C.
t.A RGOE = ~NuI
ASSORTMENT 4 oosEt.
Send' or circu1
Tinware, and price lists.
N o.3 Meetng St. CHARLESTON, S. C.
THERE IS MONEY IN IT..
"Money Saved is Money Made",
You will save money by buying
your goods at the
NEW YORE RACKET.
We keep constantly on hand a supply of
too varied to mention.
Also Misses', Ledies', Men's, and Boys'
Underwear, Handkerchiefs. Socks,
Hose, Towels, Boylies,
Each season finds us with
Abreast with the times in Styles.
Latest Novelties in HATS AND TEIh
MINGS. One of the firm ias just re
turned from New York. While there '
purchased our Fall Stock, some of
which has already arrived, others
daily expected. At least give us
a call and we feel sure we can
New York Racket,
Xanning, S. C.
Thomas & Eraclam's
LIVRY, 31D AND SLSt lIE
A Carload of well-broke
Theyare extra fine drivers. Our
establishment has- recently been
stocked with a full line of
Buggies, Carriages, Roadcarts and
They were purchased direct from
the factories, and you will save money
by buying from us. We also have in
stock a complete line of Carriage,
Buggy, and Wagon HARNESS. The
Mowers & Reapers
are handled by us as general agents,
and we can give our frienda the ad
vantage of good, easy terms. We also
have a good supply of RED RUST
PROOF OAT3 and WHEAT, and
the best SEED RTE. The highest.
prices are paid by us for fat beef cat
tle and mailch cows. Before buying
elsewhere call upon us.
Thomas & Bradham.
B.T. McGABAN~. A. s. BnowN. BoBT. P. BYA3B
MeGAHAN, DROWN & EVANS,
Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes and Clothing,
Nos. 226, 228 & 230 Meeting Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A. s...PE3BY. E.BL sI3o2s. B..PBINGLE3
Johnston, Crews & Co,
JOBBERS OF DvRY GOODS,
.titins and Small Wares,
Nos. 49 Hayne & 112 Market Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mowers & Reapers.
We are agents for the following
well-known Harvesting Machines, and
offer them at Manufacturer's Prices:
WALTER A. WOOD M!~
Repairs for a a
and sold at factt *'
MARSHALL E~i & 0..
207 Meeting St., Charleston, S. C.
S. TROMAS, Ja. J. M. THOMAS.
StephenThomas, Jr.& Bro.
JEWELRY, SILVER & PL~AilD WARE,
Spectacles, Eye Glasses & Fancy Goods,
pirWatches and Jewelry repaired by
257 KIN G STREET,
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
WM. BURMESTER & CO.
Hay and Grain,
AD NAEF~ACURES OF Elfi~ I
Opp. Kerr's Wharf, and 23 Queen St.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CHARLES C. LESLIE,
Wholesale & Retail Commission Dealer in
0 Cnsinmntsofpotr, eggs nd ll
kind or coutry prod~ucetrare repctfull
Of ice Nos. 18 & 20 Market St., L. of East B3a
nHAEI~ESrnN. S. C.