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A BIG BARUA!N IN JEANS.
Only 25 Cents Per Yard for an
AIl- Woo! Filier, Worth 35 Cents
On Any Market.
We are sling hoinespuxis, ging
hams, outings, and dress goods at
prices which AOiould certainly de
imiand your attention.
\Ve are offering a nice line of geuts,
and bovs hats and caps very cheap.
Our one dollar :n ha!is vert:tuly
Remnemiber we kt- :A .ee ine o
ad would like to t upie
all.s Yai- nic~l.c
before you buy. yor ulii'_ -i
shoe is equal to any 1.Y shoe it
narket. Call and ' i1 them at
Rememuber we pay special atten
tion to our grocery departiumIt and
handle nothing the parest goods
at the lowest eah prices possibl.
We have a large lot of dried apple!s
- on hand at only 10e. per pound.
Yours for the cash,
WV E. JENKiINSON.
on the bench of Southi C.rlma.
Tihere io : e a : L
l iaeInst:11:te onerst a n: .
The Racket Store v nice lot
(A chrstmas goods fo e o .
The disp)ensiary :ti pci-i s one of the
qnietest and busiest pil:esi tho town.
Trial Jastice Richbcrg, ofS. Paul, i. in
Char:cston attending the Masonic grand
Toe Senate has contirmed the re-appoint
ment of Mr. S. P. Holladay, of P1anola, as
superviso; of registration.
Married to-day at the residence of the
bride's parents, near Kingstree, Mr. Ervin
Player and Miss - F rierson.
The Grand Lodge of Free Masons asse'
bled yesterday in Charleston. Mr. W. T.
Lesesne represented St. Peters lodge,
A marriage is to take place next Sunday
night at Shiloh. The contracting parties
will be Mr. William H. Cole, of the Fork.
and Miss Mattie Chandler, or Shiloh.
Yesterday afternoon Etzeii L. Adams, a
highly respectable citizen of Florence coun
ty, in a ' of insanity killed his wite and
daughter and then took his own life.
When you come to town to. b:y your
christmas supplies be sure to call on the
advertisers in the Tim.;. Tiiey ar wide
awake merchants and are sure to have in
stock~what you want.
Buy your seedless raisins, entrant-, cit
ron, etc., from-B. A. Johnson.
We want a good live corresponaett in
every comunity in the county. The news
from all over the county is wbat bailds up
a county paper and at the same time it
helps the community.
For spectacles and eye-glasses of any
kind call at Brockinton's and get the best
at the lowest cash prices possible.
A citizen of the Fork puts the query to
us. Will the consUtu'ional convention
that is to be, tackle the stock la? He de
sires to hear the views of the corr..pon?
ents to the Times on this subj.-ct.
When von want a good smoke go to
Brockinton's and get a 10;-. package or
Pick Leaf smohing tobacco.
There are six hundred apiplications on
file in the governor's ofiee, asking that
divers persons be appointed .Dispensary
constables, One hundred have beena re
ceived since Governor Evans' inaugura
For chapped hands and lips try a itc. bot
tle of Petreisine, at Brockinton's.
Mr. D. W. Brown hais been .(drawn to
serve on the grand jury of the Lmited
8thtes which meet in Charleston next
month, and Mr. P. P. Meekins has been
drawn to serve on the petit jary of the
The best 5c. cigars in town at Brockin
ton's drug store.
Married la~mt Wednesday at the Ger-vias
street Baptist church in Columbia. .\iss
Mary Collette, of Panola, and Mr. Arthur
Williams, of Columbia. A large nur-ber
of the friends of the happy pair witnessed
The Highest cash price given for cotton
seed. W. 3&. Brechinton.
- The first pardon granted by Governor
E~vans was last Saturday to Willham By-ant,
of this county, who was convicted on the
charge of larceny and his time wonld have
erxnired yesterday. His pardon restores to
him the right of citizenship.
The Garciosa is the best 5c. smoke to be
bad in the market, at Brockinton's.
Our merchants are determined not to
carry over any more stock than they can
-help in spite of the scarcity of money. One
of our advertisers told us that he proposes
to force the people to buy if selling goods
cheap can accomplish the result.
Fresh garden seed this week at Brockin
We have been requested by a number of
our subscriber s to publish the county gov
ernment law past by the last legislature and
which goes into effect on the 1st of Janmary,
but lack of space forbids us from doing so
this week. We may publish it later.
Just received a superb stock of bandker
chief extracts, floral essences, Colognes.
Florida water, &c., lowest prices. R~. B.
Loryea the druggist..
Mr. H. L. B. Hodge, of the Foe-k, tells us
that he made this year on less than a half
acre of land 129 gallons of molasses and
about 500 pounds of sugar. He has no
trouble in disposing of the molasses at
fifty conts a gallon, and hais sugar at fivet
cents per pound.
-Buy your evaporated p~eaches and apri
cots from B. A. Johnson.
There is a bill before the legislature re
quiring ministers and students to do road
duty or pay the road tax the same asth
people. Representative C. M. Davis as
bill to reduce the seed cotton hieense in
this county and Mr. Kennedy has one tc
change the voting precinct in the Fork.
Hlandsoamest line of Christmas cards evex
brought to Manning. R. Bi. Loryea the
It is stated in yesterdays News and
Courier that Judge 0. W. Bachanan will
make his home in Sumter. We hope thtis
is a mistake as we have knowledge of the
fact that Mr. BUchanan was desirous of
bringing his family to Manning and vwt
sincerely hope that he has not ehanged n
Remember, I am headgaarters tor John
son's Chill and Fever Ton:ie. sold undler
positive gularanlte. W. M. l kockiniton.
Judges Earle and Buchanan, the newlh
elected judges of' the ight and Thirc
Circuit, will begin the active discharge o:
their duties as such in next January
Judge Buchanan will open court at Abbc
ville on the third Monday in January
Judge Earle will begin at Camden abou
the same time.
Ladies call and inspect car beatiful lit
of Xmas novelties before our stock
broken. R1. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Col. 31. B. McSweeney, editor of th,
Hampton Guardian, has become a leade:
in the house of representatives, althoug!
this is his first session. The day ior rea
merit is at hand. Colonel .McSweene:
is conservative on his views, a true-blue re
former and a man that has the ability t
present his views in a forciable mannier.
When you want soaps, brushes, co:ahs
sponges,~or any other toilet articli- c-all
Brockinton's and get the best for the low.
Itch on human, niange on Lcerse-s, dog
and all stock, cured in JU nimutc. b
Woolfords Sanitary lotion. Tis nc-n'
fails. Sold by RL. B3. Loryea the dru
,t, Mannirg, S. C.
Christmas gobb!ers are now frequltiv
heard on our streets, and this isabout
near as we pencil pushers can get to the
juicy turkey. Tesonaz= ites con
RI "'.1C n trE, a '
wrs 1 aiht :Mno nL thi a ta t
S r. ells I
.v, andk 'n,!oft.m s i~aetpee r
'I' to S.C a
d1::v at Miwyat which th- Stoc h v.w
didensed nd tat bdy resolvedl topt
t inthe rs - 1 to the In
conventin to ise sot
s ey h the poo-er ctss of farmer
cztm g."t r'elief from the oprso sof tI
f h oot isv fr..
he iscarydO( with! ha vingr broken ant i:t
Istotr.3 -;f C. P. Rag1-in 0.n in n it of th- Ith.
r. :1: with, robb o d.:
. ..t vof;o d ..oI' ''''s t' i L 'i
ofl"'. C. C i nhaa ofL Couba in.n.'
hea I :- :on'" 21 '. U orf mao ' ::
Itnd C. 'x t! hd delings wi:tho h:md 0
a're v.eoll plo : - 4 with t.r a s me 1.
Iis em ac.gu. *f'or ""::-.: n er. h:rd
:a~.rt which p n" & .nd p:ise r:-,! r.:ad
M ?te :1.". his mcine isL50~ as hayve
r~ae' 5s a corn milh.A!1 .ioih hrsia is
-ou in: i dne bL, -% In a kti ng a in
stoc fod Ric groig promoe pro:1 r
ble tn cot ton ar 1 ih one o" I, ce
payhins a long0' fetwS tho Dipple.
F ley :ru:'s .l hav 'n Sd to~
Our e sto ive the people ofm t' is
Couty a good reI l newsper has.
wit sue -;. bu-t wIn eaie hnt te r
times its ert an a namec fromn our sub
Sscription list t ha t desired to-, be on
thtpre. pIay of our old si
I . . I U .. , T t.
a'lowedtheir'sbscripi tr Cxpr ane
ate than lose thnvc inudt hm
fr a Ie. N v.e t. i 1r' to g7 ve tr no-: ) a
r-: case ci onbur ubrit on os :hat i
as w canaf to payt. . he sh outQ tf
:1 1 - I .
our i poft "'nd not reci ..t' h '. in
r e"ur i. 1. d'onot w .t . o los:ea
LC sur <eib-er; I, noy do propo-e o r
di'ds o :nd ee -: w a : r!!y' nd 1m
een. A~r~ ':.: m -y , ..ed so'i and re
pay -,:s rp p u t i -. z iaLthe same
indry a the n::.n w.o. :stper :nd Lardy.
Errmhr .h at :ae determined to ciear
our, boo the o t:r -.ho have not paid u
u~p, an M:tr. :\ey r they of Jhauar
ynomppeinai. 1onl :o, the, caurs
W.i be tl:. y h t pavi Upe ::n-ct honest
'-'or list er .-S-- '"nnie ot is
rct fo: r t, puts o e.ble.--Terms re a
onabl, to anap Irotnan Whel. pureh'
er. Pseso ic aur s 8a
Apy to IRS. 31. 3." UE-S,
XiR. 'EV'i RELES.
i Brother Mood
true. T ldhe ref ~sere fto Mh. you.
They'urs mO n J::s goi, ot from M'd.
he :rc an wce teahg and the e ma
snd n your crse though alie asna law
cadnycaseyo lipv ae bn frour sme book
pebt ht i o ave neverh laweal.
Erro N.3. :-otherr.Mood sans tohanm
last argose uiV ittoryp toi hver fog
ree tre ude th win of- e psuatempt.iv
in me, th :ov.e. Brother 2doopan hate
the pofu:*.psi ewapect~ for hi, nyid
nrt b theve ta~ he nede tod writsher
dod nos t ek' mapet. ent but avd
t t her rt fom ::o. ..edsgest that I
prompts e aoite thisru~ waeeo, nd prh-i
to ore the s cro.i pla c bore thap
is. of t 'r whe pulc y1rt e l M on. t ]
sbEcto o tb si-ys : "thiai of aspiam.
sau t theml outstart that I made Ic at
dnomino aton Ieb ol quted the worse If
dot.n ~-"~ c o"t
1ro No. 2 "sy m efrn:e er
surprised that~l l~other Mod werofl take
true Therefeence wer from th3.t..s
Thrat rnWhe' to.whic' hea rees
a ' ad sure that "hough a ' "tedlig I
hav nver ad.' -1) ~ I~p.
ErrorL-' N.. Brte N.o sas htr~
I mad thestateet rm ':: pul pt that
scitrl 1im. a ase o my
r~utoriy. gae i frm ley's ownI
pe.I .heada o occlraionr to atemp toi
" la lttet' ngher .ti an on prech
ingthege '"ia not so. muc on ap
tis.- I ontkowhwhIeeso h
subec ofth sl"n ordiance ofa. baptism
But 'I ibeieeta hleIa
orahigoubpism I a l preaching
tora i EdefiL.r,. 'e &c, onto th
Erro No 4.-in ths i C.e tat hurno.
Compimonito iRvY. S- A. NvIlles.
At a rcent neeting of Di. fAi N).
13 K. of P., on 6:h inSt.. Braother 0. E.
which -vwre ha tily t-dor".:.1b ym n
Ix, ' t "
. w 1 4r
.1- . i *Ai' A
. -' : :-:i oe :. sum o e s ITn ! n.d
5:e~~~~~~II. a::ntl -.rdb h s- of Hl'
':rhYR. iNK J.(HENET.
-r to1:fre :. :i subscri be1d ir
::y pres- ce) ti Gzh .;ay of Deticeruber, A.
A. W. GLEASON,
Va" -) :L'". i
IaY. diacly o:: ti e a od and mucou 'to
ar:AI 2.til-t. au. and s t !i awo-nd
.HENE & Co., Tiledo, 0.
Tont. & i~~han lr:ei':ew hstoFrk
Ay jennal ofr0 i'ntlo boe sorsea,
grooad ule 'ds. whchthe v wil Sel
.t Al fe ofthew are extra inhgh
e:d driv- . Call and see them , a un d
it. i a ro c cit .Y ate pi .keji 1r.
~ ~''dhO\ia' &ul BRD. .tti
o tokl. a chan0 ie iV mpLans or
he future I will sell out myo proua
ropety.I hae alare new st-ocku
Ienra1.elu: 11 Mereh.ndise to be sold at
m odiules, I .:ood miare, - mifleh'
owo s a nd , had-of ha,
.5~f ts ..so ,oto se. -(' b, h 1
hrev 11erse V ii.Son & nlsWagoni.
lsof oei T enese ()Io ant
it. 11 rodat.' andOn -arnes 1 be
>u : m harne , full..utfi
Ii lmeiet-: anu ao:.eksmith" s
Iop oo, u ld bus .
Is of corn -2n .hk and shelled, a
'od lot of :)a buhel; Of r-ough
i ' e".t potatoes,
everal hu: ,,reit ponsOf foddler,
. Of crab n pe-ine hA
50bushels of ottn eed1 20 bsh
is of Yeny "l.e oto..e1 for plant
..Ii . ..fTfZiiCOIPc
A"ll of theA abv rilsWill be
old easo~blylowfor eh
. i sCHAN. sC
iier, S. C.
::riioi A"-.G o' P~o'::tli Co.nany Ph
will -- a:?: p e ol tdof toartih t
he gri.'nc and io prcn:-: of the Ia(Fe- hc
tli reriCop .t 01r thir ILCrial supprt "
an. (ascasc., :lhioa'nbra nsuaid ne
:Otyng th 2:7rth- :dan of Dcmbt of t
-. )ir~tr the ptron l par 1) b y t l A- tl.
nai tond wtle etat ouy s::saindeae,
iiul.1 ore.CHARLESTON hc. C'I.
GEO." .. 1 Woa earE. Gn ra! -\rt~ji;er.
Nri OciTIC OatF SAL~ ~ E.I h ine
oe arpeaterdg o tohe lcksith of
ooendn Sa of elowut ofaronalP
wl relou a pulnio ando toJ the oi
hest reide, not scihfaie ae h
The rset comfethe at 11 B.Gar. 0r
ud thefoeased, aturhae of said 01
ony or the 27tny of ecemlbe r
. irD1 th paersonal property ber- as
,hse mue1ore, eliery and har tae .
losgy 01 roeadlea, ndigot aso pari; a
or, thderm wl bat othwied roue- rc
omcarpentersd os noaksit ot
ooaid ~air fbloselto r-a
athohsome other. ehatl . usal 'kp
>n. orabot :a plation) andipanta
ion rtee ot anpecie abovet
SThe'4T sale to " comme e a 11 o'lock o
nr'th forenoon. Prhasr ofc said c .
our tlo' pay0 for he proptet ur-: -
.hasd bef ore I ' deliyan t he
-lose of the'sale an if~ ntc so pa'id
or,1 the sam ll be~ f'o~rthwit re- r.
Adinistrator, de bonis. non Cof
TATE OF SOUTH OARIONA,,
.' S jOUNTY A' CLAR1)e BON, u
jo . .)1 .e n . tr'ie '
EXECTIMAGANST ROPRIT. 4
ains J. annng Wleh I*av (At~i
ed unon nd willole for saeti
or cas to th hihet bidde (on in
o nay:" the7t da 1f1tnur1W> L
Excelled by None
For some years
havC been a sevel
sufferer frem Rhel
Matism. So much 5
that I could not a
tenid to my busines
-7n:l was confined I
:Vhouse for weel
vised to try Rood
Sar ,apanrilla and ha%
since I commeec
tIo'take the inedicina
ILz. Ir. I n.. I am now well ai
0, " a .:i. Ilo\1-s Sarsn parilla is truly 'c:
3 sure to get
Pcis scur alu iver ills. 25c.
,it, dios;4.loss of appette, ml
i' . .1e.n: tp . (I Groive's Tast
? Ohni 'l To i ' 0o thecauev!
Vi V a'.10t
a 5 1Z U Hal Et a
OFFICE COUNTY AUDITOR.
Manning, S. C.. Dec., 5 1P4.
The Auditor's office will be ope
>)111 the seiid dav January, 180
the twenth drv c;f February, 189
receive returns o real and pel
nal iroperty for taxation in Chu
doiC outay for the year 1%95, an,
the convenience of tax-payel
11 have deputies at each of th
e naLledI below to rece:ve r(
ms for the 'said year:
Pinewvood, Monday, January 7t1
Pacsl, Tue.day, January 8tl:
nola, eesdayj, Januiary 9tli
Datvi Levi's Store. Thursday ,Ja
rv 10th, 18'5.
S unmerton. Friday, January 11tl
Buno's X Rosad. Saturday, Jar
r .1rh 1 3.
Jor:m~', ;Mond1ay, January 14t!
School House in St. Mark's towi
R, on Raccoi road. near Dufile
I.tore, TIsay, January 15tl
oreton' . WednesdaUy, .Januiar
15. 'Al 6,,5
lico r. .1, J au ay 14t1:
. . ouman' S. Saturday. Ja
e; /Zion, Tusa.Ja:nuary 22<
W . J. 1sy ens:ty Jai
TJ. ? Mcadi' S-re, Thursdau'
nu ry SC ith 18r0~2.o e. '
Barrows School AAo0UsL;e, -sIi dw a
Swati -Fridy n. and piano:
(teca ~i way foUrthe ataxper liO~t
0 taxhprpery to return.,I is
.ikel p ueration fl he *um r
rse attlh uls hepad ot
gesorwat1c, organsL and p'iano:s
ggirs, wgon ad o 1caep, do
s)full, lsur ea ~. which wil retu
i' axhpayr te.. atioenah th
scsor to pror : n t '.hex wora-s
veaxpayes returnt whaC t they ow'
the asti lac 0f January, 18 (.L
it: p~eroa prope7rty, mst 'ah
ur1e th's year.~L I\CC
ll, also mae aont eperaretr:
-kn eahe atLor then townshipvth
:erryorsin wheete tah
e o ten realy, an inetv heasi
ce as hirac of aursiden, as
n.. the nteyalie of earning
dernae, hihad he demtay
we pllas.tecut raue
Alln the cetcnstions aend prevn
t e stnet day of February,1~, Wi
out: the cnpableiof tearmni
lispor t frkengomaingdh tim fro
tieg casnoexsle Adeemedowne
realth ette, miht dotre taenante
o anntpenalty o 0pr taent ade
tert, aunreat faprvn by icngte
urn or telconthedrin the tim
sting.n Ntt kifnge fi the tmeac
in reus n timueta tnd allune
ras etoate ighte~ do ther ent
10s theyo ra ae a enuew:
he asgressin far colleakingh
urns r ellidngem owhe tie ci
am.g and wthatvefttheyggaigato ma
irretrn nd timue ofal the halue
es mues. have as well axcuhe.ar
Thelo aseind balngcolectn th
e tshal there now in te count
ha sae onv to ingethe tho11
onber aind value ofc all the tlrse
1tih tmule toaswla the Iis acr1
l and, yad tbuildi s ahi
.etatr sthere as th e cont
edi hand samn bstac of the Comr
>e Cuenerl's offe by e ti:
miha 1 tim t the first da of 0
ber' ach yr the audior'ese an
easure's dulicat ha s b con
th Comptroller's licellh byte
"t wo' on' t1e boo)aks and blank
erfore I h-'pe tha . all taxpatye
ill 71:, ., ul a o of)7 m~k hut th
. iEi(ERT I.)V IS.
pers. CHARLES A. DANj
The, Amsericani Constiio, tr
pit. These first, inst. and a
reat -est Sunaday Newsp
per int the World.
noeSeacpy. By mai , $2 aye
S W are now prepared to offer lowVE(
T cu ;vtu- t. Our stot ls coma lx
_ HARNESS, SA Di
Great baLrgains in Guns, Pistoft,,
h and Shells (oaded and eLmty.)
-eHaad arters in AND t
NEW : YORKf
--The Racket Store is the pilace to save
your mon'y. Short Profits and Quick
s 8.ile s is our mnotto. If you' wa:nt Bar
ains cali and see us. Seei)g is be
Ilieving. New Goods just received from
New York and more coming. We have
a hndsome line of Milihnery.
We have the same shapes and colors
-in Untrimme~d Hats, with i:tcessar.
Tfrimmings. :Yarih Tips pid:n and
spa.-rnled-i.ls Fehoerosa QuiBck
. lio, Velvtt, 8atun, and1 Rhions.
Lace, Hamburg, Threadl
- Needles, inss, Hair-Pin
S Soap, Perfumes, Pa
STablets, Pen;cils, Pens, inkX,
and auyk ater Notions, this i tha
pace to get :he:n for the least mn:-y.
.We also have h :ite :d aolored
.12V' ATips TR. T
nm~ door to 3i. vi's. W> shall be
pfFle,-tn -,nw yomRJgois. .:
Laces tou.l!c The,
1 Pur e Druvs oI pdiines.
Patalent Medicines. Perfumy.
Faneyv and Toih-t itoois,
r Hair hrushies,
r Tot(O Drlushes :iI Cob.
-Fine Gigars and Tobacco.
- ine! C:onfectionery, Teas,
he hoI .d en hr articles
- . l.'. Y .r., - 1
s BY VIRTURE OF AN ORDER OF
e the Probate Judge of the county o'f
f Clarendon, State of South Carolina,
s I will sell at the place of the resi
,dence of the late Louis, T..D~es
-Champs in his lifetime, in the vicini
r tv of Pancolah mt'id county, at eleven
'f o'lock in rKw forenoon on the 21st 1
e day of D~ecember 1804, at public auc
-tion to the highest bidder for cash, one
:pair of black horses belonging to the
estate of said deceased. The horses
'f to be separately sold, and on failure
e of any purchaser to forthwith com-1
e plyl with his or her bid, said luroperty~
Sto be immiediately resold.
IOLA A. 1)ESCHIAMPs,
r AdmninistraLtix of sa'id estat.
We offer a comiplete rice mil in on Ma-.
chine a k~re n X 5~' The romgh rice. is plaiced in hopper
frtbeuse. Machine canbeprad
wihsi orse 'Iower, and wil lan 100
C ORIN 1ILL.S. Of theleC dsn,
vecrtical and lhorizonta!, dot(le ad .in-;IC
RIOLLERI MILLS. Sa: e..e
wook working zaachiney
CLinnLbia, S. C.
Monev can .e haid ,n ctt. nv reaton
abiK tenris from the na~ nedwh i
prepared to maike advnce on rottn and1
furnish stor i.;e for the~ samie at reasonalte(
made .,i .,m. to grant him
Ltr of ldinI ittion!, with the'
w il annexed,'t oft the ette~ of and ef4
Thels.e are the'r''fore to ci te andi ad
mtonishll andt~t singular the kindred
and eredit ors ofhe said Macey Bird,
eeaethat they hec and appear,
before mel in1 the Couirt of Probate. to
behel a t Man ning, S. ('., on theltht
da of DeceLeAr next, after puiblica-.
* tWion hereo. at 1) 'clock in thei fore-I
noon. to shew~ cs, if any they
-lhould noti he' grated.
(Tiven under my~ hand this 27th da
[eal.) LUIS APPELT,
Tud'eof Prohate. C. C.
PgopjgPg 1 Poulr Dr1 God ASlrI
Reliable Service, Fair Dealing. Guaranteed Prics.
Eager and anxions to meet tihe wants of the Dry Goods buyers of
Sumiter and this section h.s left no stone unturned in the selection
1EW FALL ST OC.L
With facilities for purchasing not enjoyed by all 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
. Novelty Dress Goods
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
corre't things. In
S HO SI1 M R. 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 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.
Can'on 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
- t: ( al or rite for
. Wel~ee ol sito o."r
1, LEATIIER, ETC.
1e. H (wignrters for Powder, Shot,
s, Belting, &c.
H iIO RU M, Warranted.
Propose to be
Behind in the
s Making this
Having erctcd a commodious
rick store one door from the Bank
am in better condition than ever
Dr serving my friends and the entire
MIv stock of
HOES, HATS, DRY GOODS,
Has been well selected and bought
t close prices. I am offering special
50W PRiCE CLOTHING
r 3fen, Boys, and Children.
Mvy objet is to make
- AS FOXR
ami right op to thecfront in~ assort
aerAt styles, :ul prices. 3My stock of
Iuir co:ui;&'t. tha i ueretofore,
hile ini! Dnzestics, Jeans, &e, I am
ight -up to the front. I carry as
utsual a full si~r'k of
leavy and Fancy Grocer
ies, Hardware, Farming
u far' everything to be found in a
irst -class General Merchandise Stock.
solicit a share of your patronage
und will miake it to your interest to
~ive it me a call.
B. A. JOHNSON.
3 i u0 W.di mYOUR HOME
THG|E iF::~D 205T PERFECT +
. FA .~35Uli I THE KNOiWN
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IrT" or Men.
WE H VEJ or te Little Ones.
We are also agent for the
James Means' Shoes for Men,
H A M MON D,
The Regulator of Dry Goods at leading prices,
Sumter, S. C.
Loooooooooo ooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooo
+ 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 on application.