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THE EANNING T @ES.
Wednesday, October 31, 1894.
CHEAP SCHOOL BOOKS.
School Books at Publishers'
Prices-Hundreds of Dollars
Saved to the Public.
Every parent knows that the school
book item is no small one, especially
when the usual big prices are paid.
But with my determination to bene
fit the public by saving them every
dollar possible, I have, after much
correspondence and considerable
trouble, received a large consign
ment of all the different kinds of
school books used in the county, and
I shall sell them at regular publish
ers' prices, a thing no merchant has
ever before undertaken in this coun
ty. There is exceedingly little profit
in selling books at such low figures,
but.I.feel sure the public will appre
eiate my efforts in thus saving them
I be again to assure them that I
shall likewise continue to sell my en
tire stock of general merchandise at
the lowest possible prices.
When you want school books, dry
goods and notions, shoes, hats, and
eaps, or a barrel of the cheapesfand
best flour you ever used, give us a
call. Yours to save money,
W. E. JENKINSON.
Your Name in Print.
-Mr. Willie Brogdens of Brogdens, is
-Miss Mary Ingram, of Sumter, is visit
ing relatives in town.
-Bev. J. 0. Gough returned home last
Friday from a visit to North Carolina.
-Hon. Joseph F. Rhame went to Dar
lington last Monday on professional busi
-Mr. A. P. Burgess, now of Oliver, Ga.,
formerly of this county, is visiting relatives
in the county.
-Dr. W. IL Brockinton return home last
Sunday from Charleston where he had been
for medicat treatment.
The free schools open next Monday.
County Treasurer Bowman is in Salem
collect;' - taxes.
Clare: a should roll up a big vote for
the constitutional convention.
Since the closing up of the barrooms the
sales at the dispensary have been consider
It has leaked out that a certain set of
tun are working the quiet racket in this
county for Pope.
The managers of election will call on the
nummissioners of election for the ballot
boxes, tickets etc.
B. A. Johnson has had two conspicuous
signs put up where every one can ind his
place of business.
The State fair opens November 12th.
Eforts are being made to make it the best
that has ever been held.
Constable Smith is daily on the lookout
for contraband liquor, but so far he has
been unable to make a catch.
AAfifeen year old boy was ariested in
New York last Monday, charged with hav
ing robbed a bank in Chicago.
-Thecitizens of the Summerton and St.
Tain sections are determined to put a stop
Ao-the illicit seed cotton traffle.
Don't stay atbhome next Tuesday.. Pope
andf his gang will spring a ticket in this
county on the eve of the election.
-We are requested to announce that' the
Connor Mounted Rifles will meet at Silver
nextSaturday the 3rd instant. A full at
tendance is requested.
The grand Pythian fair to take place in
Charleston opens November 26th and it
is hoped that the Knights from Clarendlon
wili be well represented.
There are enough bicycles in town to
make up a first class tournament. Trot out
your wheels and let us see which of our
riders can makE the best time.
We are under obligation to Mr J. N.
-ig for a mess of fine sweet potatoes.
Mr. Biggs is a generous man and must have
found out that we like sweet potatoes.
Window glass, all sizes, at Loryea's.
The ladies of Packsville will havesa hot
supper at the Packsville academy on the
evening of the 9th inst. The proceeds are
Artbe benefit of the Methodist church.
A fresh supply of drugs and medicines
on hand this week at Brockinton's.
Go to Mrs. Loyn's for stylish walking
and'ailoer hats also a handsome line of
Misses hats, feathers, tips and other millk
nery which she will sell at prices to defy
A eboice line of faney candies at Brock
inton's drug store.
Two negro tramps were arrested in the
Fbork last sunday a n suspicion of being
the murderr of urer Coges. They
wer brugt oerand lodged in jail to
When you want a good smoke go to
Brockinton's and get a 10e. package of
Pick Leaf smoking tobacco.
We are satisfied that ver little contra
band liquor is being sol in Manning.
COnstable Smith is keeping a sharp look
out and the tigers are not anxious to teat
is atcnhing qualities.
The best 5c. cigars in town at Brockin
ton's drug store.
Qaite a number of the Beformers of this
county have expressed their approval of our
editorial, asking our legislators to call Hon.
Joseph H. Earle to the bench, if any
changes are to be made.
Thomas & Bradham is offering for sale,
the best wagon and the best buggy you ever
saw for the price. Call and see them.
-Mr. E. P. Briggs, of Silver, is a strong
believer in raising cane, and Is now rejoic
ing over the birth of a fifteen pound boy
that can raise more Cain than any fellow of
his size in the county.
For chapped hands and face try anc. bot
tle of Petreiline, at Brockinton's.
The man that thinks there is no danger
to the organized Democracy will find his
mitake after the election is over. He will
be suprised when he finds out who it is
that is in league with the radicals to break
up white man's supremacy.
.Bemember. I am headquzarters for John
so's Chill and Fever Tonic, sold under a
positive guarantee. W. ML. Brockinton.
If every white man in the county don't
turn out next Tuesday and vote the regular
Democratic ticket, Congressman McLaun
will be knifed if the Pope conspiritors
succeed in carring out the desl' they have
on foot with the Republicans.
The Garcior is the bet c. smoke to be
had in the market, at Brockinton's.
It is reported that certain negroes have
been supplied with Pope tickets to have
them voted on election day. It is also
stated that the negroes are being instructed
to port to certain men in case the mana
ges refuse to allow them to vote without
For pure drugs. go to Loryca, the drug
People of Salem, there is a secret effort
*being made to carry your section for Pope.
Watch and you will spot the traitors. Let
the word go around that a deal has been
consumated to carry the Salem box for
Pope and against the constitutional con
vention, and McLaurini is to be swapped
of for negro votes.
Now is the time to plant onion sets to
get an early crop. We have just received a
supply Landreth's onion sets. R. B. Lor
yea, the Druggist.
,The Highest cash price given for cotton
- se.W. IL Brockintoni.
Last Friday- the ghost of the Republican
party held e. seance in the coart honse, and
Rev. Joshlia E. Wilson, and 8 m Williams
>f Florerce, and E J. Sawyer of Boninetts
rille, delighted their audiane of ab ut oe
aundred and fifty negroes, of aill shades,
writh an indulgence of oratorical pyro
echnics. Wilson is McLaurius opponent
or Congress, and from his speech he evi
lently has no hope of being elected, but in
'he event of a Republican congress, he
3opes to contest McLaurins seat and even
nally win. He urged upon his hearers to
rote against the constitutional convention
is it was a trick of the Tillmanites to dis
ranchise the ne.no. He told them if the
nstitutional convention wits held the
lored children would Dot again enjoy te
ichool privileges they were now enjoying.
le said "go to the polls and vote, offer to
rote and if you are refused, there will be
*me one at the place to take your name.
[he time has come when the negro must
ssert himself, and if he remains away
rom the polls and allow the Tillmamnites to
Lisfranchise him by holding the convention
te deserved not the name of man." Wilson's
peech was to a considerable extent bitter,
tot against the white man generally, but
gainst Tillman and what he termed his
The next speaker was E. J. Sawyer, a
inger bread colored lawyer. This fellow
hould have had an audience of white men
rho are in favor of disrupting the Demo
ratic party. They sLould have listened to
he advice he gave his hearers. - mong the
hings that he said was "The white-men of
he South, have the effrontrey to think they
re competent to run this government."
le scored the farmers of the country in a
nanner that would have please the most
astidious Independent. He told the ne
:roes "to put up a colored peoples store in
his town and patronize it, that it would
pen up an avenue of employment for their
ons and daughters; it would force the
rhite merchant to employ negro clerks,
rhere a colored lady and gentleman could
oe served by a gentleman or lady of their
iwn color." He also urged them to turn
iut and vote against the constitutional con
-ention. and with as much bitterness as he
ould command scored the Tillmanites-the
'white trash of the country." He said the
tegro is the equal of the white man, and
hat he was glad to see that fact being re
ognized by the best white men in the State.
Ie said the Democrats were divided into
wo factions one call themselves the Con
ervatives, the others Reformers; that as far
a he was concerned, he saw no conserva
ism in the former faction nor any reforma
ion with the other; but the war is on between
hose two factions, and the conservadves
re ready to give the negro his rights in
rder to defeat the Reformers-not that they
)ve the negroes more, but the Tillmanite's
.ss. The interest of the conservatives is
be defeat of TillmaU and his crowd, and
is to the interest of tke negroes also that
'illman should be defeated, therefore the
wo interests are indentical; but with dif
arent motives; the conservatives are after
he loaves and fishes, and to get them are
rilling to make any kind of promise, anti
rill help the negro to defeat a measure
rhich if successful, means no more "nigger
a the political wood pile." The negroes are
rilling to accept the promise and help of
he conservatives, in fact are willing to ac
ept anything that will give them the
romise of holding on to the ballot, because
he day will come as sure as the sun shines
rhen the negro will be the leading political
tctor of this country. It will only take a
)w years more of political liberty with our
resent educational facilities to give our
lored boys and girls a decided advantage
ver the whites, but if these Tillmanites
ceceed in taking the ballot away from us
nd shutting off the property tax of the
rhite man from the colored schools, it will
tard our progress. He Arged them to
ote for Wilson, whom he eulogized. He
aid that McLaurin was from his own town
aat he knew him; that he was a good man
nd smart, but he is a Tillmanite, which
as more than he could stomach. Sawyer's
peech was applauded considerably, but
fter the meeting, one darkey going down
ae stairs told a number of others that if
hey were f'ools enough to listen to "dat
awyer" he was'nt. He said some of "dese
uchra dat Tillman tek licker fom hire dat
igger to go tro de country to stir de nig
era and try to mek dem believe dat de
ich buckra would stand by dem, shoo! dis
igger aint gwine to mek himself bres work
>r none of dem."
The last speaker was the very, very black
hairmnan of' the 6th congressional diistrict,
.im Williams. He could hardly get star
ed, but when he got warm under the col
tr he began to perspire, and fume andi
ave against the "oneducated white trash"
nd against "Tillman wid his maggot char.
er power." This fellow dwelt considerably
n the colored men being the equal of the
rhite men and he quoted from the bible
'when Racheal went tro de streets of Rome
reeping and wailing and gnashing her
cet." He saidl "dis great maggot charter
lower dat Tillman got must be checked or
a two more years 'd~e buckra' would tek
11 de school tax money to educate de buck
a children and we must not submit to it; de
ime has come when we must raise up in
ur manhood and show de Tillmanites we
The principal theme with the orators
ras "the Tillmanites, the sChool tax, and
onstitutional convention, and had some
rhite men that are now thinking of voting
gainst the convention, been present we
re satisfied that this meeting would have
een a convincer to vote constitutional con.
ention. Yes !
BUCKLEN'S ARMCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
irises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
orns and all skin eruptions, and positively
urea piles or no pay required. It is guar
nteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
efunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
Rt. B. Loryea.
From a letter written by Rev, J. Gunder
aan, of Dimiondaile, Mich , we are permit
ed to make this extract: "I have no hesi
ation in recommending Dr. King's New
)iscovery, as the results were almost mar
elons in the case of my wife. While I was
astor of the Baptist church at Rives Junc
ion she was brought down with pneumonia
uceeding L.i Grippe. Terrible paroxysmis
f coughing would last hours with little
nteruption and it seemed as if she could
ot survive them. A friend recommended
)r. King's New Discovery; it was quick in
ts work and highly satisfactory in results."
Trial bottles free at R. B. LORYEA'S
)rug Store. Regular size bottles 50 cents
FOUR BIG SUCCESSES.
Having the needed merit to more than
cake good all the advertising claimed for
hem, the following four remedies have
eached phenomenal sale. Dr. King's New
)iscovery, for consumption, Coughs and
'olds, each bottle guaranteed-Electric Bit
ers, the great remedy for Liver, Stomach
.nd Kidneys. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the
est in the world, and Dr. King's New Life
?ills, which are a perfect pill. All these
emedies are guaranteed to do just what is
laimed for them and the dealer whose
ame is attached herewith will be glad to
ell you more of them, Sold at R. B. LOR
EA'S Drug Store.
Itch on human, mange on horses, dogs
nd all stock, cured in 30 minutes by
F'oolford's Sanitary lotion. This never
ails, Sold by J. G. Dinkins & Co., drug,
ists, Manning, S. C.
For Sale-Two Bargains.
A RlEsmEycE, eight rooms and bath room
ud large pantry, servants' house, etc.
Built for convenience. Only one square
-om court house. Easy terms.
A Do~xxv, small size, gentle and loves
hildren; new cart and harness-just the
hing for children. Apply to
S. A. NE'ITLES,
Manning, S. C.
No Need of a Cotton Trust,
Money can be had on cotton, on reason
ble terms from the undersigned who is
repared to make advances on cotton and
urnish storage for the same at reasonable
ates to any person desiring to hold cot
Write for terms to
G. WV. EGAN, Warehouseman,
Charleston. S. C.
Rev. S. P. Elwell, preached the annual
sermon to the Camp Hampton Confederate
veterans last Sunday in Columbia.
McLendon the State constable who was
tried in the Darlington court for the mur
der of F. E. Norment was acquitted.
The Presbyterian Synod closed its work
last Sunday night after a four days session.
Hoch Hill will be the next meeting place.
Information has reached us that the
liquor forces have raised a fund for Pope
to defeat the regular Democratic nominee.
Pope is in combination with the Repub
licans to defeat the Democratic nominees.
Every white voter must turn out next Tues
The store of Mr. J. F. Pate in Sumter,
was entered last Sunday night by burg
lars and his safe was robbed of $1,500 in
Next Tuesday is election day and every
white voter should turn cut and cast his
ballot for the regular nominees of the Dem
The friends of Solicitor Wilson, became
alarmed last week on account of what they
thought was a return of the ailment he has
been suffering with so long, and he is now
in Charleston for treatment.
The citizens of Orangeburg. in a meeting
last Saturday offered a reward of $1.000 for
the apprehenslon of the murderers of
Treasurer Copes. Governor Tillman has
also offered a reward of $500.
W. F. Jenkinsons store is the school
book depository for the county. He sells
all school books at publishers prices, just
as the post office sells postage stamps at
tha price fixed by the government.
Owing to the pressure of business, the
Comptroller general has deputised Captain I
D. J. Bradham to make up the settlement
with the Auditor and Treasurer. Next
Saturday will be the day that the settlement 1
will be made.
Commissioner Holliday informs us that
the roads and bridges in the DuRant neigh
borhood of the Fork section is in a bad
condition. He has just returned from
there after making arrangments to have the
neccessary work done.
Postmaster Jackson Counts, of Peake's, t
was arraigned before Commissioner Butler <
in Columbia last Saturday, charged with I
the theft of $1,262,43 worth * of postage t
stamps and postal cards. and in default of E
$5,000 bail was put in jail.
For spectacles and eye-glasses of any t
kind call at Brockinton's and get the best
at the lowest cash prices possible.
Yesterday Constable Kelly, of Foreston,
brought to the Manning jail, Peter Pompey
a seven-teen year eld negro toy charged
with ravishing a seven-year-old colored t
girl the daughter of Morgan Felix. The
crime was committed last Thursday and
the preliminary held by Justice Cantey t
A very choice assortment of perfumery,
just received, at Brockinton's.
The last gun of the campaign-was fired
at Ridgeway, in Fairfield county. last Sat
urday. It was at that place Governor Till
man began his campaign in 1890. Doctor
Pope was there, but was not invited to
speak by the committee in charge. He did I
speak however, after the meeting was over,
and denounced every thing and every body '
that was opposed to him. f
Our Last Love is the finest 5c. cigar in I
town. Loryea, the Druggist. c
Can it be true that some one has prom.
ised the vote of-alem to Doctor Pope. If
such a promise was made, we would like to
know the man who is so vain as to believe
that he can deliver the goods. Salem can
always be depended upon to roll upsa solid
Democratic vote. There is no man on the
faeofthe earth that can barter away the
votes of the free white men of that section.
Salem is noted for her solid yeomanry, good
rops and true Democracy. a
Mrs. Louis Loyns has just received a t
beautiful line of ladies felt and velvet hats. t
Died, yesterday morning at his home
near St. Paul, Mr. William F. Turner, aged ~
about thirty-seven years. Mr. Turner
leaves a widow and four small children,
besides his aged parents to mourn his loss.
The funeral took place this morning at St.
Paul church. Rev. C. W. Creighton preached
the sermon, after which Summerton lodge ~
laid the body to rest in the church yard with ,
Masonic honors. The parents an d family t
of the dcease have our sincere sympath~s i
in their affiction. r
Just received, ready mixed wagon paints, a
six colors. Economical, durable, and hand- t
some in appearance. Save money by using C
these paints on wagons, plows, carts, &c. R.
B. Loryea, the Druggist.
One of the finest sweet potatoes we havet
seen this yarwas raisedhby Mrs. B. A.
Walker, who is without a doubt one of thei
bet farmers in the county. The potato is a
of one of her pet varieties, and which she r
has named the "Bunch Yam." It is large t
in size, with a smooth surface and when ~
cooked has a most delightful flavor. This i
is a money making product as the yield is
vez large. Mrs. Walker planted one peck ,
and has realized thirty bushels. We have e
not been informed if she will sell anyvof ,
the seed, but if she will, we would advise 8
our farmers to call on her and get them.
In afew dayslIhope to be able to sup- 1
pl the public with school books. I will be I
heduarters for anything in this line.
W. B Irockinton.
On Saturday afternoon, last a party of I
negroes became involved in a difficulty in
the quiet town of Summerton, over a game e
of cards. Manley Jenkinson and Milton e
Briggs not being satisfied with battering a
and pummelling each other with their fistsr
resorted to shot guns. After the fisticuff
both went off and came back with shot
guns and it is said Briggs fired firs; which
was responded to twice in quick succession
by Jenkinson. Brigg's shot took no effect,
but both of Jenkinsons shots struck Briggs,
inflicting only flesh wounds. Constable
Richbourg brought Briggs to the county jail
last Monday, Jenkinson having given
Ben Hammett's Son Suicides.
Blakville, S. C., Oct. 26.-Special: The<
sixteen year old son of Trial Justice Ham-i
mett of this place committed suicide by
hanging himself from a tree. On Wednes-]
day he was chastised by his father and senti
to school. He complained to his teacher of
feeling unwell and was excused from study]
and left the school room. The young man
then went to a store and bought a piece of
rope and repaired to the woods, about two
hundred yards from his home, and hung
himself. He was not found until Thurs
day evening and his body must have hung
in that position for a day and a half.
The young man left a note to his mother,
who was absent in Sumter, saying he had
nothing to live for and bidding her fare
well. The funeral of the unfortunate young
man took place to-day.1
The following pupils merited the medals
for the week ending Oct. 27th.
Higher, Marvin Strange, and Lizzie
War, intermediate, Kate Plowden; primary,
Ge. WV. Williams and Minnie Levinson.
Lou Bradham was voted the conduct
e~dal; David Cole the music medal.
FE. C. Ar.samoox.
Mrs. M. 0. Burgess is closing her Mill
inery business, and will sell her entire
stock, consisting of hats, ribbons, velvets,
silks, flowers, feathers etc., at one-half
value. Some new goods ordered this fall,
will go with the rest. Call early and get
bargains. She will continue to make and
trim hats to order, and will remoddel and
trim old hats, at lowest cash prices until
the 1st of January. Bring your old hats
and have them worked over. They will
look as good as new and cost a mere trifle.
MRS. M1. 0. BURGESS.
LocEHArr, Tzxis, Oct. 15, 1889.
Messrs. Paris Medicine Co.,
Dear Sirs:-Ship us as soon as possible 2
gross Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. My
customers want Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic and will not have any other. In our
experience of over 20 years in the drug I
business, we have never sold any medicine
which gave such universal satisfaction.
, S. Bsnwn & Co.
Cyes Perfect Health-Hood's Sar
saparlila Makes Pure Blood.
"I became troubled
with **rea which
broke out onme from
the lower partof my
body down to my
ankles, darkgat and
cleared my sys
tem and healed the
it sores in a short time.
It also Improved my
mend Hood's Sarsapa lla to alL.* L P.
THoxAs, Postmaster, urton's CreekVa. - ~
Hood's Pills are the best. 25.per box.
The State of South Carolina, County
of Orangeburg-In the Court of
Sylvia A. Dozier, et al., Plaintiffs,
against Henry Dozier, et al., De
By virtue of the judgment of said
Court in the above case, I will sell at
public auction, at the Court House of
Clarendon County, on the first Mon
day in November, next, during the
legal hours of sale,
ALL THAT CERTAIN TRACT
OR PARCEL OF LAND, situate, ly
ing, and being in the County of Clar
endon, in the State aforesaid, con
taining forty-five (45) acres, lying
upon the public road leading from
Manning to Kingstree, and bounded
now or formerly by lands of E. N.
Plowden, M. Levi, James McDowell
and Ambrose Luchie.
Terms:-Cash, and purchaser to
pay Master for papers, and to pay all
taxes payable after day of sale; and
in case the purchaser shall fail to
comply with the terms of sale, the
said premises will be resold on same
or som subsequeut salesday, upon
same terms, at risk of former pur
chaser. ANDREW C. DIBBLE,
Master Orangeburg County.
Master's Office, Orangeburg C. H.,
S. C., October 15, 1894.
Notice to Creditors.
P ERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
the estate of Ambrose Lemon, de
ceased, will present them duly attested,
and those owing said estate will make pay
ment to MOSES DINGLE,
Davis P. 0., Oct. 20, 1894.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CL.IMS
against the estate of Mrs. Dorothea A.
Ricardson,, deceased, will present them
duly attested, and those owing said estate
will make payment to
AUGUSTUs F. Ricxnosox,
J&mzs B. RicwAnsoN,
Pinewood, S. C., October 16, 1894.
STATE AND COUNTY OFFRCERS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
AN ELECTION WILL BE HELD
t the several precincts established
by law in Clarendon county, on Tues
ay, November 6, 1894, for the follow
ing officers, to wit: Governor, Lieu
tenant-Governor, Secretary of State,
eral, Adjutant and Inspector General,
State Treasurer, State Superinten
ent of Education, three Railroad
ommissioners,, one Senator, three
Representatives to the lower branch
>f the Legislature, one Judge of Pro
bate, one School Commissioner, one
Supervisor, also, to vote for or
against the holding of a constitution
The polls will open at 7 oclock a. mn.
ad close at 4 o'clock p. in.
At the close of the election the
managers shall immediately proceed
to publicly count the ballots. With
in three days thereafter the chair
man of the board of managers, or one
>f them, to be designated in writing
by the board, shall deliver to the com
missioners of election the poll list,
the boxes containing the ballots, and
a written statement of the result of
the election at his precinct.
The managers shall administer to
each person offering to vote, an oath
that he is qualified to vote at said
election, according to the constitu
tion of the State, and that he has not
already voted in said election.
The following named persons have
been appointed managers of election
for State and county officers, etc., to
E P Geddings, C L Griffin,
J D Hoyle.
W T P Sprott, J H Barnes,
J M Strange,
J Elbert Davis, J E Kelly,
R C Plowden.
G T Worsham, W T Kennedy,
S C Turbeville.
A W Thames, J M Bradham,
C P McKnight.
W W Coskrey, W E Keels,
T M McCullum.
C L Emanuel, J H Johnson,
WV I Hudnal.
J R Ridgill, D M Bradham,
W T Touchberry.
One of the above named mnanagers
at each box will call upon the board
of commissioners at Manning, be
tween November 1, and November 5
1894, to receive ballot boxes, poll list
and instructions, and to be qualified
B. A. JOHNSON,
S. W. McINTOSH,
A. J. RICHBOURG.
Commissioners State Election.
Mang S. Cr, October10, 1894.
SUMTER, S. C.
To Our Clarendon Friends:
We are now prepared to offer lower pri'-es than ever. Call or write for
what you want. Our stock is complete. We have added to our
IMMENSE STOCK OF HARDWARE
A LARGE LINE OF
Paints, Oils, Etc.,
AT LOW FIGURE.
HARNESS, SADDLES, LEATHER, ETC.
Great bargains in Guns, Pistols, e0c. Hieadlquarters for Powder, Shot,
and Shells (loaded and empty.)
Engine Supplies, Belting, &c.
Headfuarters COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, warranted.
(Successor to Belitzer & Spann,)
MANUFACTURER OF BEDS AND WOVEN WIRE SPRINCS,
AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Furniture, Pictures, Shades,
Manufacturer of Various Kinds of Furniture.
SASH. DOORS, BLINDS.
7, 9, 11, 13 Smith Street, CHARLESTON, S. C.
We Don't NEW: YORK
Propose to be S I
Behind in- the
The Racket Store is the place to save
your mcney. Short Profits and Quick
Rush. Maning Sales is oar motto. If you want Bar
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Is Making this :rkado
Season! r a1n t8a oiif3aly
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brick store one door from the BankTrmig.Otihipplnad
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NOTIONS, GROCERIES, admn to oin'.ti h
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Reliable Service, Fair Dealing. Guaranteed Prices.
Eagerand anxios to meet the wants of the Dry Goods buyers of
Sumter and. 0119 section h~s left no stone unturned in the selection
EW FALL STOCK.
With facilities for purchasing not enjoyed by al merchants, to
gether with the new tariff, we guarantee you a saving on
Every Dollar's Worth Bought of Us,
In Dress Goods we have the largest assortment of
]o-velty IDress G-oodcl
in this section, including Cheviots, Scotch effects, Two-toned Silk
and Wool, English Covert cloth, with other smoother weaves. Do
mestic Dress Goods for 3 1-8 cents.
In black Dress Goods we have the newest, the latest, and the
correct things. In
HOS I ER Y,
Ladies and Gents' Underwear, we simply defy any competition, for
these goods were bought under the new tariff law.
Dress Ginghams for 5 cents.
New atyle Outing cloth 8 1-2 cents.
Standard Prints for 5 cents.
28-inch Twilled Umbrella, fancy handles, 79 cents.
10-4 nbleached Cotton Sheeting, 6 2-3 cents.
White Cotton Blankets, 65 cents pair.
Canton Flannel, 5 cents yard
Our stock of Ladies' and Gents' Handkerchiefs, Laces, and Em
broideries are in the shape of the grandest bargains you ever
For the Little Ones.
We are also agent for the
James Means' Shoes for Men.
H A MMON D,
The Regulator of Dry Goods at leading prices,
stmrer, s9. C.
L EVI ROT HERS,
+: The Fall Season Opens With +
Investigate the Golden Opportunity our
NEW STOCK affords. We simply ask you to
come and see our goods, assuring all that
they will find the highest grades and uni
form prices. Our new goods must be seen to
be appreciated. Samples sent onsapplication.