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THE MANNIG TIME.
Wednesday, December 5, 1894.
Aloud in the Ears of the Buyer
While Brag Only Whispers.
Just received, a beautiful 'ine of
30-inch cashmeres, sold heretofore at
25 and 30c. per yard. I only ask the
astonishingly low price of 20c. per
yard. Trimmings to suit.
As pretty a line of ladies' dress out
ings as can be found in any store in
the country at only Sic per yd.
A very desirable line of ladies'dress
and apron ginghams at only 6tc.,
1,000 yards R. R. shirting at 5c yd.
1,000 yds. C. shirting at 4jc yd.
1,000 yds. Harvey checked home
spun at only 4jc per yard.
Remember we are champions in the
grocery trade and will sell you flour,
sugar, coffee, rice, grist, meal, bacon,
and lard as cheap as any house in the
country. 300 lbs. as nice dried apples
as you ever saw for only 10c. per lb.
Large lot of bulk maccaroni, very
nice, only 10c. lb. Try our Champi
on 12 inch plug tobacco, only 40c lb.
Try Old Dog Tray 9 inch plug to
bacco, only 25c. lb. Try the Gay
Bird 12 inch plug tobacco, the best
Yours for the cash,
W. E. JENKINSON.
-Mr. E. 1). Hodge. of Alcon. has re
tuined home from his trip to Florida.
-Misses Fannie and Neomi -ourtney of
Mississippi are visiting the family of Capt.
D. J. Bradham.
-Mr. A. C. Davis went to Columbia this
morning accompanied by Dr. Geiger to
consult physicians in that city.
St. Peters lodge will meet next Wednes
Remember the tax books close on the
last 0ay of this month.
Mr. A. L. Wilkins, -af the firm of G. A.
Norwoood & Co., of Charleston, has made
Manning his home.
Rev. S. A. Nettles accompanied by his
two little sons Joe and Abie will leave for
Newber-y next Friday.
Mr. J. M. Sprott, of Jordan, was yester
day elected by the General Assembly as one
of the directors of the State penitentiary.
From the number of bales of cotton now
being held by our merchants it would seem
that they are looking for better prices
The case in th e United States court
againstJ. J. Brunson was continued. The
grand jury returned a true bill against J.
H. Lloyd and C. L. Wilson.
Mr. A. B. Galloway was in Columbia
last Saturday as a witness in the U. S.
court, which was the cause of his place of
business being closed on that day.
Buy your seedless raisins, currants, cit
ron, etc., from B. A. Johnson.
- Mrs. Lizzie Nettles, together with her
three children, Dr. L. W. Nettles, Mrs. E.
C. Alsbrook and Rev. S. A. Nettles, and her
grand children spent Thanksgiving day
with Dr. L. W. Nettle's family in Foreston.
Buy your evaporated peaches and apri
cots from B. A. Johnson.
Owing to the sickness of Mr. Ashby H.
Bell the foreman of the Times we have
been delayed this week. We hope noth
ing will occur again to prevent the Times
from being published on schedule time.
Remember. I am headquarters for John
son's Chill and Fever Tonic, sold under a
positive guarantee. W. M. Brockinton.
An effort is being made in the legislature.
to extend the time for closing the tax books
to March 10th, in order to give the people
a chance to borrow the money to pay their
taxes, but we would advise everybody not
to take any chances and to settle their taxes
as soon as possible.
Work done at Winburn's gallery in
cloudy weather, is as good as that done
when the sun shines.
We have a little baby at our house, and
a lady on seeing him remarked, "What
would I give if I had a little baby like him."
One of our little girls solved the knotty
problem for her by telling her that if she
would "send off a lot of 'Octagon' wrappers
she would get one just like him, 'cause
bubber sends them and gets everything he
If you want a fine photograph..have
Winburn to make it before he leaves -'Man
Last Monday night Adam Fouse, colored,
was the recipient of a knock down argu
. mient on "May-be Hill" on the outskirts of
Manning. Fouse was badly wrecked and
went to the doctor for repairs. He claims
that he was knocked down and robbed,
and does not k-now whether the blow came
from a cyclone or some fellow that had a
grudge against him. "May-be Hill" is .a
bad place to be perambulating around in
When you want soaps, brushes, combs,
sponges, or any other toilet article call at
Brockinton's and get the best for the lowest
Fresh garden seed this week at Brockin
Onion Sets rat Loryea's.
The Garciosa is the best 5c. smoke to be
had in the market, at Brockinton's.
The Highest cash price given for cotton
seed. W. M. Brockinton.
.The best 5e. cigars in town at Brockin
ton's drug store.
When Son want pure drugs, you go to
Loryea, the druggist; why not go to Loryea
when you want pure spices, teas, vinegar,
and flavoring extracts ?
For pure, fresh candies, go to Loryea, the
For chapped hands and lips try a 5c. bot
tie of Petreisine, at Brockinton's.
Moses Levi has made another big con
tract for the celebrated James Means' shoes.
When a man buys a pair of these shoes
he not only has comfort. but a shoe that
will give him his money's worth in good
When you want a good smoke go to
Brockinton's and get a 10c. package of
Pick Leaf smoking tobacco.
For spectacles and eye-glasses of any
kind call at Brockinton's and get the best
at the lowest cash prices possible.
Grove's Tast'less Chill Tonic is a perfect
malarial liver tonic and blood puritier. Re
moves biliousness without purgir~g. As
pleasant as lemon syrup. It is as large as
any dollar tonic and retails for 50c. To get
the genuine ask for Grove's. Sold on its
merits. No cure, no pay. Sold by J. G.
Dinkins & Co.
English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, soft or calloused lumps and blemishes
from horses, blood spavins, curbs, splints,
sweeny, ring-bone, stifles, sprains, all
swollen throats, coughs, etc. Save $50 by
use of one bottle. Warranted the most
won derful blemish cuire ever known. Sold
by R. B. Loryea the druggists, Man
ning S. C.
LOcKHART, TrExAs, Oct. 33, 1889.
Messrs. Paris Medicine Co.,
Dear sirs:-Shiip us as soon as possible 2
gross Grove's Tasteless Chill Tunic. My
customers want Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic and will not have any other. In our
experience of over 201 years in the drug
business, we have never sold any medicine
which gave such universal satisfaction.
Yours respectf. Illy,
J. S. BriowNE & Co.
Rev. S. A. Nettles.
Rev. S. A. Nettles will leave next Frids
morning for Newberry to take charge of t1
work to which the recent session of tI
South Carolina Conference has assign(
him. Mr. Nettles graduated from Woffor
college in '82, and come to Manning in tl
fall of the same year to take charge of tl
Manning Academy; a few months after 1
took control of the county newspaper. I
teacher and editor he threw his entire ei
ergy and time into his work, and by h
conscientious endeavors and unflagging d
votions be won a position as instructor ar
journalist record to few in his State. E
received the highest political honors th
the people of Clarendon county could b
stow, and was repeatedly urged to be a cai
cidate for re-election to the legislature no
in session. Prominent and lucrative pos
tions he refused, for before him loomed u
the grand and noble work allotted to hin
and he hastened to do his Master's wor)
A true, magnanimous, and christian get
tleman he leaves to engage in the noble:
work of man.
D. M. Bradham's rice huller ha
arrived and will run every day in th
week. Parties wanting their ric
hulled will have it fanned clean an,
HEADQUARTERS Manning, S. C,
MANNING GUARDS. Nov. 26th, 1894
The members of the Guards are here
by orderedito appear at the armory ii
dress uniform on Xmas night at
o'clock sharp. When the comman'
will proceed to the Institute for on
first prize drill-these drills to b<
held quarterly hereafter, and th<
winner of the gold star to hold i
against all members of the company
Each member is expected to ob
serve this order. By order of
W. C. DAVIS,
W. M. LEWIS,
It is a pleasure to dye when you use Din
mond Dyes. We have a full supply, a]
olors. B. B. Loryea, the druggist.
The following pupils merited the medal
for the week ending Nov. 30:
Higher, Marvin Strange; intermediate
Kate Plowden, Virginia Galluchat, an<
no. Cuttino, primary, Ed. Scarborougb
Lilburn Ridgeway, and Geo. W. Williams
Adolph Loyns and Mammie Levinson.
"Lou Bradham was voted tho conduc
Laura Cole merited the music medal.
The exercises of the Academy will closi
on the 21st inst., for the Christmas holi
E. C. AL.TsBuoo.
For Sale-Two Bargains.
A REsmENCE, eight rooms and bath rooD
and large pantry, servants' house, etc
Built for convenience. Only one squar
from court house. Easy terms.
A DoNxrEy, small size, gentle and love:
children; new cart and harness-just thi
thing for children. Apply to
S. A. NE'ITLES,
Manning, S. C.
-Tust received, ready mixed wagon paints
six colors. Economical, durable, and hand
some in appearance, Save money by using
these paints on wagons, plows, carts, &c. R
B. Loryea, the Druggist.
An Irishman'went to a lawyer witi
a case, but the attorney wanted a re
anMer. The Irishman was poor, anc
inally the lawyer said he would tak4
the case on a contingent fee. It wai
settled, but the contingent fee par'
f the agreement bothered the client
Ee confided his ignorance to hi:
riend Paddy, and asked for an ex
lanation. "An' it is the meanin' o:
contingent fee yer after knowin'
Sure, I'll tell ye. A contingent fei
eans that if ye lose the case the
awyer gits nothin'. If ye win, yot
Hood's sarsaparilla, acting through th4
blood, reaches every part of the system, anc
n this way positively cures catarrh.
The itton Crop.
The theory that the low price o
otton has been caused by over-pro
dnction has not a leg to stand or
since the government's report of the
creage that has been devoted to th<
staple. Over-production is th<
theory put forward by the peopl<
who do not desire to exert their re
asoning faculties. It is convenient
ad it is just vague enough to bi
plausible. The weakest mind cai
get behind it and loom up in the fog
to vast proportions.
There may be over-production o
otton-Mr. Neill says the crop wil
go above 10,000,000 bales-but no
body knows that there is over-pro
duction. If the government's acreagi
statement is correct, the crop eanno
go much above 8,000,000 bales-an<
this estimate makes due allowance
for an irncreased yield as the result a
a good cotton year. This coul<
hardly be called over-production
Should the crop go to 9,000,000 bale
the supply would about meet th
But surely no one will contend tha
41-2 and 5 cents is an adequat
price for a 9,000,000 bale crop. I1
1891-2 the farmers received 7 1
ents for their 9,000,000 bale cror
Why should the crop of 1894-95 b
worth more than $12.50 a bale les
than that of 1891-2? This repre
sents a loss to the farmers and busi
ness interests of the South of $1 15
500000 in cold cash.
The remedy, and the only remedy
is to increase our supply of primar;
money. If we could double our per
manently available stock of gold, tha
would be a partial remedy. As w
cannot do that, we shall have to re
monetize silver and make it the uni
of value. Otherwise there is no es
cape from the condition that the peo
pe find so oppressive.
Thomas & Bradham will receive on Fr
day a car load of nice gentle broke horse'
mares and miule~s, which they wvill se
cheaper than have ever been offered in thi
county. A few of them are extra fine higt
headed drivers. Call and see them, an
get one before they are pickea crer.
TH OMAS & BRAD'!AM.
Itch on uman, mange on horses, dos
and all stock, cured in 30 minutes 1:
Woolford's Sanitary lotion. This nev<
fails. Sold by R. B. Loryea the dru
gists. Manning,, S. C.
Pigeons Not Guided by Sight.
Numerous experiments made b:
balloonists have proved that pigeon
are incapable of flying at any grea
height. Birds thrown out at 6,004
meters fell like dead, and even at th
moderate height of 300 meters pi
geons liberated by the balloonist Gas
ton Tissandier approached the earti
in a spiral course. It is evident
hence, that they are not guided who1
ly by sight. To bring a point 301
miles distant within the range o.
vision it would be necessary to as
cend nearly 20,000 meters. The car
rier pigeon starting on such a jour
ney must consequently start witi
faith in the unseen.-New York Ad
Governor Evans Takes the Cake.
y A magnificient specimen of the confec
6e tioner's art was seen at the Governor's
Le Mansion last night. It was a cake weight
d ing 300 pounds which was presented Gov
d ernor Evans by Mr. Henry *A. Meyer of
Le Mr. Meyer, acrounpanied by Messrs. W.
Le J. Mott and J. T. Forbes, brought the cake
s from Charleston yesterday and last night
,- at 11 o'clock they in company with several
tS other gentlemen repaired to the Mansion,
when the presentation was made. The
d party was composed of Messrs. Meyer,
.e Forbes, Mott, Senator Mayfield, Represen
it tative Cooper of Colleton, Senator Jordan
and Sheriff Morrison of Berkeley County
t- and others. They found ex-Governor Till
o man, Governor Evans and the ladies of the
I- household awaiting their arrival.
P Senator Mayfield made the presentation
in a few brief and happy remarks on behAlf
of Mr. Meyer. Governor Evans replied
appropriately, thanking Mr. Meyer warnlv
t for this expression of his esteem and friend
ship, and after the interchange of a few
courteisef the presentation party took their
S The cake is an exact representation of
a the State Capitol. The detail word is faith
e fui in every particular and from a distance
I one might imagine that he was looking at
the State House itself. The columns, para
pet cornice, windows, doors, steps and
sculpture and ornamental work on the
building is reproduced in miniature with a
degree of skill and perfection that is de
lighful to behold. The dime-nsions of the
- cake are about three feet long by about two
1 wide. Three hundred pounds of every
y thing good that in rich black fruit cake
is covered by an inch of snow white icing.
r it contains 12 pounds of fruit alone and
one gallvn of brandy was used in its mak
Mr. Meyer made and ornamented the
cake himself. He was several days in pre
pairikg it. The greatest care was used in
its tansportation, a frame with four
handles bore the ctk.,, over which was a
cover bound with iron hands. It required
the united streni of four men to lift it
and put it on the train. Upon reaching
this city it was loaded in a spring wagon
and delivered at the Mansion. Not the
slightest damage was sustained in the
I transportation and upon lifting the cover
it was found as intact as when it was
placed in the box.-Columbia Rtgister.
bTATZ or OHzo. CITY OF ToLrDo,
Lucas Con-rr'. SS.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner in the firm of F. J. Che
ney & Co., doing business in the city of To
ledo, county and State aforesaid, and that
said tirm will pay the sum of One Hundred
Dollars for each and every case cf catarrh
that cannot be cared by the use of Hall's
Catarrh Care. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December, A.
[szz,] .A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, Send for testinio
t nials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
pgrSold by druggists, 75c.
Honor Roll for Manning Collegiate In
stitute for Novenber.
Lizzie Wells. 98.8
Essie Davis, 97.6
Lulie Harvin, 96.8
Hattie Harvin. 96:.6
Julia Mood, 96.6
Mamie Harvin, 95.6
Mary Snyder, 95.3
Joseph Rhame, 94.
Oddie Stukes, 93.8
Murrett Mouzon. 93.8
Evadne Loyns. 93.8
Sudie Davis, 93.4
Camme Harvin, 92.7
Milton Weinberg, 92.4
Plumer Clark, 92.3
Bonnean Mouzon, 92.1
Bessie Galluchat, 92.
Maggie Barker, 91.7
Julian Weinberg. 91.4
Blanche Wells, 91.3
Walter Harvin, 91.
Lionel- Stukes, 90.8
Hugh Plowden, 90.8
Leon Weinberg, 90.8
.Bertha Briggs, 90.4
Ria Lee Bowm~an, no.Z
Herman Bradham, 90.1
Annie Thames, 90.1
Keith Howie, 90.
Eddie Horton, 90.
DUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Loryea.
KNIGHTS OF MACCABEES.
The State Commander writes us from
Lincoln ,Neb, as follows: "After trying
other medicines for what seemed to be a
very obstinate cough in our two children
we tried Dr. King's New Discovety and at
the end of two days the cough entirelyv left
them. We will not be without it hereafter,
as our experience proves that it cures where
all other remedies fail."-Signed. F. W.
-Stevens, State Coin. Why not give this
. great medicine a trial, as it is guaranteed
and trial bottles are free at U. B. Loryea's
drugstore. Regular size 50c. and $1.00.
1T MAY DO AS MUCH FOR~ YOU.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, Ill., writes
that he had a severe kidney trouble for
many years, with severe pains in his back
and also that his bladder was affected. He
tried many so-called kidney cures but with
out any good result. About a year ago he
began use of Electric Blitters and found re
lief at once. Electric Bitters is especially
Iadapted to cure~ all kidney and liver troub
los and often gives almost instant relief.
One trial will prove our statement. Price
only 50e. for large bottle. At R. B. Lor
a ':Give us clear, polished Federal
- bayonets around every polling pre
. cints rather than statuory fraud,
dishonesty, false counting, and false
swearing at elections." This sen
tence is the conclusion of an edito
rial in the Carolina Spartan, and
shows to what extremes men will go
from whom better things are ex
t pected. Is there any necessity to
choose between bayonets and fraud
e in South Carolina? Have the men
- who composed the Wallace House
t and were caused to face Federal bay
. onets in front of the capital so soon
forgotton their meaning? Why not
call for a monarchy at once, and this
would save any trouble about the
voting? It is a pity that men are so
despiring in these times, instead of
-seeking a sound remedy for the evils
,that beset us.-Greenville Mountain
- Selling Out.
SOwing to a change in my plans for
the future I will sell out my personal
property. I have a large new stock
of Gienenal Merchandise to be sold at
s private sale:
y 3 good mules, 1 good mare, 2 milch
r cows and calves, 26 head of hogs, 1
g three horse Wilson & Childs' wagon,
1 one horse Tennesse wagon and out
fit,:;1 road-cart and harness, 1 top
buggy and harness, full outfit of
farm implements and blacksmith's
shop tools, about 1 thousand bush
els of corn in shuck and shelled, a
-good lot of peas, 25 bushels of rough
)rice, 200 bushels of sweet potatoes,
Sseveral hundred pounds of fodder,
.a lot of crab-grass and pea-vine hay,
. 1500 bushels of cotton seed, 200 bush
els of very fine cotton seed for plant
All of the above articles wvill be
sold reasonably low for cash.
J. M. D ESCH AMPS,
Silver, S. C.
Rev. James McDowell will preach (D. V.)
ausual in Manning at 1I a. mn. next Sab
bath and by invitation, in the Methodist
The Magic Touch
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla. You smile at
the idea. But if you suffer from
And Indigestion, try a bottle, and be
fore you have taken half a dozen doses,
you will involuntarily think, and no
"That Just Hits It!"
"That soothing effect is a magic
touch!" Hood's Sarsaparilla gently
tones and strengthens the stomach
and digestive organs, invigorates the
liver, creates a natural, healthy desire
for food, gives refreshing sleep, and
in short, raises the health tone of the
entire system. Remember
Take Hood's Pills for Sick Headache.
Mslarial proluces weakness, general de
bility, biliousness, loss of appetite, indi
gestion and constipation. Grove's Taste
less Chill Tonic removes the cause which
produces these troubles. Try it and you
will be delighted. 50 cents. To get the
gennine ask for Grove's. Sold on it merits.
No enre, no pay. Sold by J. G. Dinkins
TAX RE TURNS.
OFFICE COUNTY AUDITOR,
Manning, S. C., Dec., 51894.
The Auditor's office will be open
from the second day January, 1895.
to the twenth day of February, 1895,
to receive returns of real and per
sonal property for taxation in Clar
endon county for the year 1895, 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 7th,
Packsville, Tuesday, January 8th,
Panola, Wednesday, January 9th,
David Levi's Store, Thursday ,Jan
ary 10th, 1895.
Summerton, Friday, January 11th,
Brunson's X Roads, Saturday, Jan
uary 12th, 1895.
Jordan, Monday, January 14tb,
School House in St. Mark's town
ship, on Raccoon road, near Duffle's
old store, Tuesday, January 15th,
Foreston, Wednesday, January
Wilson's,.Thursday, January 17th,
Alcolu, Friday, January 18th, 1895.
W. M. Youman's, Saturday, Jan
uary 19th, 1895.
Saul's Store, Monday, January 21d,
New Zion, Tuesday, January 22d,
W. J. Gibbon's, Wednesday, Jan
uary 23d, 1895.
J. J. McFaddin's Store, Thursday,
January 24th, 1895.
Barrows School House, Midway
township, Friday, January 25th,
A good way for the taxpayer who
as iuch property to return, is to
ake a numeration of the number of
horses, cattle,mules, sheep and goats,
ogs, watches, organs and pianos,
buggies, wagons and carriages, dogs,
erchandise, machinery, moneys,
otes and accounts, (above indebted
ess) furniture, &c., which will save
the taxpayer time, and enable the
assessor to progress in the work.
Taxpayers return what they own
All personal property, must be
returned th's year.
Assessors and taxpayers will enter
the first given name of the taxpayer
n full, also make a seperate return
for each party for the township the
property is in, and where the tax
payer owns realty, to insert the past
ffice as their place of residence, and
those who only own personal prop
rity, to give the party's name who
wns the land they live on as their
residence, wvhich aids the taxpayer
s well as the county treasurer in
aking the collections and prevent
Every male citizen between the
ages of twenty-one and fifty years
n the first day of January, 1895, ex
ept those incapable of earning a
support from being mamied, or from
ther causes, shall be deemed tax
All the returns that are made after
he twentieth day of February will
have a penalty of 50 per cent, added
thereto, unless prevented by sickness
r out of the county during the time
f listing. Not knowing the time of
isting is no excuse. And all owners
f 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 tinie that the v-alua
tion has to be increased 50 per cent.
unless they have a good excuse.
The assessing and collecting of
taxes is all done now in the same
year, and we have to aggregate the
number and value of all the horses,
attle, mules, &c., as well as the acres
of land, lots, and buildings, and their
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. And
from that time to the first day of Oc
tober each year the auditor's and
treasurer's duplicate has to be com
pleted and an abstract of the work
in the Comptroller's office by Ithat
time, which will show at a glance
that the auditor hasno time to take
in returns or do anything else much,
between the first day of March and
the first day of October each year,
but work on the books and blanks.
Therefore I hope that all taxpayers
will do us the favor of making their
returns in time.
J. ELBERT DAVIS,
Auditor Clarendon County.
We offer a complete rh e mill in o'n aa
chine. T1he rough rice is placed in hoppe.
and comes (oUt clearned and polished read:
for table use. Mlachine can be operate.
with six horse power, and will clean 10(
bshels of rough rice per day.
CORN MILLS. Of the latest design5
vertical and horizontal, double and singli
ROLLER MILLS. Saw muills, engines
wook working machinery.
V. C. B3ADHIAM3,
Columbia, S. C.
NOTICE OF SALE.
BY VIRTURE OF AN ORDER 0]
the.Probate Judge of the county 0
Clarendon, State of South Carolina
I will sell at the place of the resi
dence of the late Louis T. Des
Champs in his lifetime, in the vicini
ty of Panola,in said county, at elever
o'clock in the forenoon on the 21s1
day of December 1894, at public auic
tion to the highest bidder for cash, on<
pair of black horses belonging to the
estate of said deceased. The horseh
to be separately sold, and on failure
Iof any purchaser to forthwith com
ply with his or her bid, said propert)
to be immediately resold.
To Our Clarendon Friends:
We are now prepared to offer lo
what you want. Our stock is complk
Great bargains in Guns, Pistols,
and Shells (loaded and empty.)
Headquarters COOKINC AND
NEW : YORK
The Racket Store is the place to save
your money. Short Profits and Qnick
Sales is our motto. If you want Bar
gains call and see us. Seeing is be
lieving. New Goods just received from
.New York and more coming. We have
a handsome line of Millinery.
Oar Pattern k are i l of Boaylp
We have the same shapes and colors
in Untrimmed Hats, with necessary
Trimmings. - Ostrich Tips plain and
spangled, Birds, Feathers. Quills, Buck
les, Velvet, Satin, and Ribbons.
If you wish
Lace,. Hamburg, Thread,
Needles, Pins, Hair-Pins,
Soap, Perfumes, Pa
Tablets, Pencils, Pens, Ink,
and many other Notions, this is the
place to get them for the least money.
We also have white and colored
MEN AND BOYS' IIATS
You will find us in our New Quarters
next door to M. Levi's. We shall be
pleased to show you our goods. Give
R. B. LORYE A,
Successor toJ1 . Dinkins & Co1,
DRUGIST IE PHARMACIST.
Pure Drugs and Medicines,
,-Lmem x~einiies, r-eriumery,
Fancy and Toilet Goods,
Tooth Brushes and Combs,
Paints,, Oils, Glass and Putty.
Fine Cigars and Tobacco,
Fine Confectionery, Teas,
Spectacles and Eye Glasses,
And the thousandl other articles
usually kept ini
A Firdt-2. Dni T M~sore.
We make a spe ialt,. of compound
ing p)hysicians' prescriptionis.
R. 8. LO'RYEA,
siin of Golden Mortar,
Manning, S. C.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
thtViola A. DesChamps, the
widow of Louis T. DesChamps, late
of this county, now deceased, has
made and duly filed with me, in be
alf of herself and children, a peti
tion, wherein she applies to have ap
praised and set aside to her
ad her said children, a
omestead in the personal property
f the estate of the said Louis T.
De~ap.JAMES E. DAVIS,
C1'k Court Comn. Pleas and Gen. Ses.
Nov. 9th, 1804.'
e figU wAi ~[IN YOUR HOME 4
9 IEFiNEsT AHD MiST~PERFECT +
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WRL ~CYWUWILL BUY THE
9n pepefrednee, wh 4ppe.
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cxase Oa how ito elthe W
prios douned. Not phnOd."r
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'R, S. C.
ver prices than ever. Call or write for
te. We have added to our
p F ;ARWAR
~S, LEATHER, ETC.
et. ilewlcinarters for Powder, Shot,
as, Belting, &c.
IEATING STVS Warranted.
Propose to be
Behind in the
Is Making this
I Having erected a commodious
brick store one door from the Bank
I am in better condition than ever
for serving my friends and the entire
My stock of
SHOES, HATS, DRY GOODS,
Has been well selected and bought
at close prices. I am offering special
LOW PRICE CLOTHING
for Men, Boys, and Children.
My object is to make
I am right up to the front in assort
ment, styles, and prices. My stock of
is ry~: Goods
is more ome than heretofore,
while ini aneie:s, Jeans, &c., I am
right up to 1.e Iront. I carry as
usual a full stoc~k of
Heavy and Fancy Grocer
ies, Hardware, Farming
in fact everything to be found in a
first-class General Merchandise Stock.
I solicit a share of your patronage
and wil make it to your interest to
give it mec a call.
B. A. JOHNSON.
Notice to Creditors.
AL]L PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against the estate of Rev. B3. C. Lamp
Iey,deceased will present them duly attested,
and those owing said estate will make pay
mettSIRS. MIINNIE RI. LAMIPLEY,
Sum merton, S. C., Oct. 30th 1894
RICE, RICE, RICE. We solicit con
signments of Rough Rice in any quantity.
All consignments milled and shipped or
sold promptly. Rates moderate
WESl'T POINT MIILL CO.
Charl ston, S. C.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
You can savecmo b puchaslD4 WV. L.
..d UC e hare the largestd manudaraero
the value by staming h na e adprc on
ie ottd the middleman's profits. Our shoes
piequa custom work in style, easy fitting and
-~cr atlower prices for the vales giventha
ay hcr ma!"e. Take no substitute. If your
ezlr cannot supply you, we can. Sold by
Horton, Burgess & Co.
No Need of a Cotton Trust,
oney can he had on cotton, on reason
able terms from the undersigne-d who is
prepared to make advances on cotton and
furnish storage for the same at reasonable
rates to any person desiring to hold cot
Write for terms to
G. W. EGAN, Warehouseman,
Charletn. S. C.
Reliable Service. Fair Dealing. Guaranteed Prices.
Eager and anxious to meet the wants of the Dry Goods buyers of
Samter and this section hes left no stone unturned in the selection
EW FALL STOCK,
With facilities for purchasing not enjoyed by all meichants, to
gether with the new tariff, we guarantee you a saving on
Every Dollar's Woah .Bought of Us.
In Dress Goods we have the largest assortment of
No-velty Dress Goocls
in this section, including Cheviots, Scotch effects, Two-toned Silk
and Wool, English Covert cloth, with other smoother weaves. Do
mestic Dress Goods for 8 1-8 cents.
In black Dress Goods we have the newest, the latest, and the
correct things. In
-I0 8 IM ER Yr,
Ladies and Gents' Underwear, we simply defy any competition, for
these goods vere bought under the new tariff law.
Dress Ginghams for 5 cents.
New style Outing cloth 8 1-2 cents.
Standard Prints for 5 cents.
28-inch Twilled Umbrellas, fancy handles, 79 cents.
104 unbleached 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
WE H VE S OESFor the Little Ones.
We are also agent for the
James Means' Shoes for Men.
The Regulator of Dry Goods at leading prices,
Sumter, S. Q.
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+ 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 um
form prices. Our new goods must be seen to
be appreciated. Samples sentfonsapplication.
S-umter, S. C.