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THE KANMlG T=S
Wednesday, December26, 1894.
We Expect to Offer Some Big
Bargains to Our Customers
from Now Until Christmas.
We have been selling goods very
cheap all the fall, but now we expect
to sell them cheaper than ever to
close out our fall stock. Come
and give us a chance and we will cer
tainly please you.
We are headquarters for nice ap
pies, oranges, cocoanuts, raisins, cit
ron, and currants.
Remember we have a nice lot of
dried apples and strawberry jelly at
only 10 cents per pound.
We have on hand a large lot of fine
crackers. If you want to buy them
eheap, give us a call.
Just received, a large lot of pure
We have a nice line of boys' and
gents' hats that we are offering very
If you want a bargain in all-wool
jeans and all kinds of dry goods, give
Yours for a Merry Christmas,
- W. E. JENKINSON.
Yourliame in Print.
-ir. Jaws McDowell. of Davidson. is
at home for the holidays.
--Miss May Wilson, of Converse College,
is spending Christmas at home.
-Mr. E. M. Seabrook and family, of Ed
Isto, are visitinp Rev. James McDowell.
-Messrs. Clarendon Barron and George
L. Dickson, of the Charleston Medical Col
lege,and LeGrand Harvin, of Clinton Col
lege, Are at liome to pick turkey bones
with their respective families.
The seed cotton license for this county
bas been reduced to $25.
The office of fish commissioner has been
abolished by the legislature.
Last Saturday and Monday our streets
were crowded with Christmas shoppers.
. President Cleveland was royally enter
biued by the citizens of Georgetown last
- Az our printing force want to enjoy
Christmas we bring out this issue of the
Times earlier than usual.
Mr. C. R Harvin had the misfortune to
get his left hand severely crushed at his
mill at Silver last Wednesday.
This is the last week for newspaper dead
bom as far as we, are concerned. It is
either pay for the paper or do without it.
Parties who are in arrears with the Times
will confer a great favor by paying up. We
cannot afford to run a newspaper without
Beautiful Christmas cards at Loryea's
-S. Peters' Lodge will have a meeting un
der -dispensation Thursday evening 27th
inst. Members will attend prepared to
pay their annual dues.
For Yma cards go to I. B. Loryea's the
The dispensary at this place sold about
300 worth of stuft last Saturday. Many a
one spent his money for Whiskey that will
fall bethind iih his taxes.
Poi- chapped hands and lips try a~c. bot
e-of Petreisine, at~rockinton's.
Died near Jordan on the 18th inst.,
Isaae Johnson, coloreed. The deeeased
was highly respected in his comnmunity,
and was a aan of meapns.
Decorated cape and saucers from 5 cents
up atB. Boryea'sthe druggist. -
*-Died last Friday, at her home near Man
ning; Mrs. Mary Strange, aged eigty-seven
years. ,.bPe interment took place. Saturday
ao thfmiily burying ground.
The best 5c. cigars in town at Brockin
tan's drug store.
Mr. Bobert H. Duryea director of the
Carolina saving bank, of Charleston, S. C.,
gent a few daysof last week in Manning
wth his friend Dr. B. B. Loryea.
- ine decorated vases from 10 .cents a
pair up at E. B. Loryea'a the druggist.
Married in Midway church, in Salem,
byBav. James McDowell, Mr. He nry J.
Wheeler and Miss Bessie. daughter of the
late James H. McFaddin; all of Clarendon
Fine line of candies at Loryea's the drug
]Niot, a fourteen year old son of Westley,
Lvy,olored, living near Wyboo went out'
eow-unting one day last week and has
itever been heard of bince. The boy is an
idiot and it is feared that he strayed off, got
lost and is now dead.
Bnyyour seedless raisins, currants, eit
ron,etc., from B. A. Johnson.
'On account of the passage of a resolution
in the -. house of Representatives last
aturday that Speaker Jones regarded as a
lck of confidence in him, Mr. Jones re
si-gned the speakership, but upon the
ouse re-considering its action he resumed
Fresh garden seed this week at Brockin
e stand corrected, Brothers Knight,
for clipping a news item from the Herald
without going due credit, and we are glad
that you lind the Times Interesting enough
to read it thoroughly. When we make our
paper so interesting that editors read it
closely we feel assured that the- general
readm blicalso know a good thing
The Garciosa is the best 5c. smoke to be
tad in the market, a, Brockinton's.
.Maat Saturday night Wallace Steedham,
eplored, while passing from one car to
another on the Central road fell between
the cars and got his leg broken. 'The man
was brought to Manning and turned over
to Dr.C - B.Giger who set the broken
limb, andt while the accident was not the
fault of the railroad, the company is looking
after the injured man.
Cristmas and new year cards, also
books for children at the lRacket Store.
Catherine Bethune, a colored women on
Mr. E. G. DuBose's place, come near being
hnrnt to death last Friday. There had
been a h'og killing and the women was en
gaged around the pots when her dress
caught on fire and strange to say all of her
top clothing were burned off with not even
sorching her underclothing. She received
one or two slight burns on the hands and
Handsome plush photograph albums at
B. B. Loryea's, the druggist.
A a meeting of Damon Lodge Knights
of Pythias the following officers were
elected: J. H. Rigby, C. C.; R. RDu~ant,
V. C; WV. C. Davis, Prelate; C. J. Epps,
M. of W.; 0. E. Webber, K. of R. and 8.;
R. B. Loryea, 11. of F.; E. C. Horton, .\f. of
E.; W. C. Chandler, M1. at A. The instal
lation will take place January 4th, after
which the Knights will sit down to an oys
- Last Saturday Sheriff Bradham arrested
and lodged in .jail a negro by the name of
Henry Lowry with a number of aliases
upon the charge of horse stealing. Lowry
came here with a horse stolen from a Mr.
Herron, of D~arlington, swapped the horse
o R. A. White for a mule, then he swapped
the mule to W. P. Legg for a mare and got
ten dollars to boot, and after taking in the
town spentiing his wealth he was arrested
on suspicion and put in the guard house.
He had when pulled, about five dollars of
the money left and two bottles of liquor.
rom the guard house he was transfered
to the county jail to await identification.
Last Sunday Mr. Herron came to Manning
and without any difficulty identified the
thief and the horse, and then went back
home to get the necessary papers to take
the man and horse back to Darlington.1
The entertainment given at the Institute
on last Wednesday night was quite a sue
eess both in its make up and trom a finan
cial point of view. The entertainments giv
en within the last year and managed by the
present efficient teachers bring forth much
praise from an appreciative patronage. It
has become a recognized fact that when the
Institute advertises an entertainment, it
means an entertainment, as their pro
grabaies are plafined upon a basis to
amuse rather than instruct. There is a
vein of humor found within most every in
vidual which, though checked and muffled
by the business and cares of their daily vo
cations, may find an outlet on s..ch acca
sions and thus relieve the monotony of a
constant routine of work. It would require
too much space to give a full account of
programme. Suffice it to say that all who
attended have no regrets, and those who
did not attend missed an opportunity of
the season. The audience were disappoint.
ed in not getting a song from Prof. Browne.
When you want soaps, brushes, combs,
sponges, or any other toilet article call at
Brockinton's and get the best for the lowest
When you want a good smoke go to
Broekiuton's and get a 10c. package of
Pick Leaf smoking tobacco.
Just received a superb stock of handker
chief extracts, floral essences, Colognes.
Florida water, &e., lowest prices. U. B.
Ivoryea the de aggist.
Beautiful kne of imported decorated
caps and saucers and vases, it. B. Loryea
If you want a nice lot of decorated crock
ery go to Rigby's. He has a beautiful
Santa Clause has opened his pack at the
Ricket Store -Call pd buy dolls and toys
of all discriptions.
Our last Lovo 5 cents cigar i.s a delightful
smoke, R. B. Loryea, the druggist
You will find a handsome table or piano
cover at the Racket Store.
Fine confectionary at Loryea's, the drug
Handsomest line of Christmas cards ever
brought to Manning. R. B. Loryea the
Buy your evaporated peaches and apri
cots from B. A. Johnson.
The Society Entertaiment.
The entertainment given by the Euphe
mian Literary Society at the Institute hall
on last Friday night added another enjoy
able occasion to all who attended. To say
that it was a success is only partially due,
as a great deal of praise is bestowed upon
each of its participants. The special fea
ture of the occasion which drew out a great
many was the debate on the question: Re
solved, That the life imprisonment of Na
poleon onthe island of St. Helena was jus
tifiable and honorable on the part of Eng
land. The affirmative was upheld by Oddie
tukes and Jake Weinberg; the negative by
Edgar Dickson and Joseph Rhame. Each
of the debaters seemed well posted on the
historical events in connection therewith
and handled their respective divisions with
much persuasive argument and poured in
such eloquent and convincing arguments
that the judges in their effort to decide
found great difficulty in making up their
decision. After the judges, Messrs.
Joseph Sprott. Jr., J. H. Lesesne. W. T.
Wilder, Dr. Geiger, and W. E. Burgess,
had received the points of arguments pro
and con, and after ten minutes'deliberation,
agreed that the affirmative had advanced
the most conclusive evidence. Mr. Les
esne was chosen spokesman to inform the
society of their decision, and in a few very
appropriate remarks so reviewed the argu
ments that it was impossible to gather
whici had won until the close of his ad
rhe present officers of the society are:
Murrett Monizon, president.
Jake Weinberg, 1st vice-president.
Oddie 8tukes, 2nd vice-president.
Miss Blanche Wells, secretary.
Miss Janie Ingram, treasurer.
Miss Julia Mood, censor.
Thy Gift of Boses.
fBy John L. Easterling.]
Were tendered with bright smiles for thee
And words of frier'dship too,
hy git of roses left for me
Wit mutual friends so true.
Placed in my hands, those flowers then,
Like modesty so much,
That trembling on their tiny stem,
They seemed to fear my touch.
Ob! they so elegantly dressed
In their pure emblem-white,
That violets were ne'er so blessed,
alf bid, half out of sight.
And they seemed so beautifully shy
Alike the downcast eye,
When friendship asks the reason why,
Each heart-throb beats good-bye.
A bud, a flower, a pretty leaf,
May dearest friendship bear,
r each may glitter 'side the grief
That sparkles in a tear.
Yes, and they e'en may smile upon
Loves warm and glowing flush
Into the heart by beauty won,
Or on the maiden's blush.
The voice may fall upon the ear
In words so soft and sweet,
That we may prize a friend most dear,
Whene'er by chance we meet.
Yet, i'd as soon the timid ro~se
Garbed in its modest white,
Bear to my heart in sweet repose,
A friendship pure as light.
Manning, Clarendon. ('o., S. C., Dec. 21,
If you wish to purchase a Christmas
present go to the Racket Store and buy a
swiss music box, "Scotts waverly novels" or
a photograph alonm.
For spectacles and eye-glasses of any
kind call at Brockinton's and get the best
at the lowest cash prices possible.
Ladies call and inspect our beatiful line
of Xmas novelties before our stock is
broken. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
The Inaugural Address of Giot. Evans.
It is a matter of congratulation that the
newspapers, as a rule, have been fair to
Governor Evans, when criticising his in
ugural address. The long'and impartial
review by the News and Courier will be en
dorsed by every lover of peace and fairness.
The more reasonable people in South Caro
lina are tired of so much caterwauling, and
will bail with pleasure any evidence of a
returning sense of reason and fairness.
The address was conservative in tone,
and will, we presume, be satisfactory to all
who are not determined to pick flaws, and
find fault, even if strained constructions be
necessary to warrant the same.
Of course the News and Courier is op
posed to the metropolitan police, and if the
conditions did not require it, the people of
the wh-ole State would be opposed to it.
But the dispensary law must be enforced.
I the municipality and the police of the
city undertake to discharge a law of the
Nate then the Legislature ought to make
due and ample provision to carry out the
law in evory part of the commonwealth.
Governor Evans by a fair and conserva
tive course toward all the people, and the
Charleston News and Courier by giving him
proper credit for the same, may bring
peace, unity and fraternity to the people of
Will Governor Evans do his part? Will
the News and Courier lend its power to
that end ? Such a course will be better for
Charleston. It will be better for all the
There is no use of keeping up past ani
mosities, and it will be useless for Charles
ton, or any other city, to undertake to nul
lify a law of the State. The great majority
of the people favor the dispensary, and
their representatives in the General Assem
bly and in the executive mansion, will car
ry out their will.-Abbeville Press and
should Know Everything.
Editor's Son-I asked papa when
the millennium was comin, an if
Marswihabited, anif it wasgoinl
to rain next Fourth of Juily, an he
said he didn't know. I don't see
howle ever got to be a editor
o the merry Christmas bells ! let us hear
their cheery chimes
Ringing o'er a weary world, full of sorrows,
sins and crimes.
In city, town or country in the poor or
rich man's home,
Let us hear that loving kindness and beau
titude have come.
0 we need the joyful tidings, for the earth
reels too and fro
With want and wasteful riot, deep de
pravity and woe;
We want celestial comfort, for our hearts
are growing cold
For the want of human feeling and of sym
pathy of old;
We need the light and comfort of the
heaven inspired page
For the atheistic teaching of this unbe
We n-eed Divine cuiupLssion for the
hatred, doubt and jcorn
That ding their gloomy shadows o'er that
ever bl-sied mi irn.
The air is thick with zumors. and with
fears of coming ill;
Let us hear the heralds of mercy and God's
Divine good will !
Yet Christmas bells and anthems, your
sacred carols roil,
Above the desolution and the bitterness
of soul !
King out the joyful tidings between the
earth and heaven
"To you a child is born-to you a holy
Son is given !"
God has bowed down the heavens, has
left the realms above,
To crown His erring children with His
0 Mystery of mysteries, the God and Lord
Appeas a helpless infant , within that
Nor angel nor archangel can sound the
depths of grace,
Of Deity incarnate to save the humaa
0 man lift up your pmans-the heavens
are not brass;
Praise, thanks and adoration the golden
gates shall pass!
With shepherds and with magi, 0 come,
let us adore
Our Sovereign and our 'Saviour, and our
God for evermore.-Ex.
BUCKLEN'S ARMCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
ores, 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.
A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE.
D. W. Faller, of Canajoharie, N. Y., says
that he always keetw Dr. King's New Dis
covery in the house and his family has al.
ways found the very best results follow its
use; that he would not be without it if pro
Durable. G. A. Dykeman, druggist, Cats
kill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's New Dis
covery is undoubtedly the best cough rem
dy; that he has used it in his family for
ight years, and it has never failed to do
ll that is claimed for it. Why not try a
remedy so long tried and tested. Trial
bottles free at R. B. Loryea's drug store.
Regular size 50c. and $1.00.
DID YOU EVER
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your
troublos? If not, get a bottle now and get
relief. This medicine has been found to
be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure
f all female compl.aints, exerting a won
derful direct influence in giving strength
ind tone to the organs. If you have loss of
ppetite, constipation, headache, fainting
pells. or are nervous, sleepless, excitable,
melancholy, or troubled with dizzy spells,
Electric Bitters is the medicine ycu need.
Eealth and strength are guaranteed by its
use. Large bottles only fifty cents at R. B.
Loryea's drug store.
To the Patrons of the Mabning Collegiate
Inasmuch as the entertainment held at
the Institute on last Wednesday night in
;erfered to some extent with the regular'
>rder of school work, it was decided to give
the rcmainder of the week as part of the
hristmas holidays, and to begin work
anuary 12d. That week will com
plete the month of December. On the day
rollowing Monday will begin the public
:erm. I also desire to thank the patrons
ma friends of the Institute for thier patron
age at our entertainment and hope they
injoyed it. Trhe dfoss proceeds were
:wenty-eight dollars and sixty cents.
E. J. Bao.
Principal Manning Collegiate In ute.
SATE or Omo, CIT oF- ToLEmo,
Lucas CovsTr. ''
Frank 3. Cheney makes oath that he is
:he senior partner in the firm of F. J. Che
ey & 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 of catarrh
~hat cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Datarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
ay presence, this 0th day of December, A.
[ssan)A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
mnd acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimo
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
WSold by druggists, 75c.
Those Wanting Seed.
Washington. D. C., Dec. 20, 1894.
Editor Times:-Please allow me space to
ay to those who may want seeds that if
they will address to me a postal card stat
ing what they desire, it will afford me
pleasure to serve them. I do this in order
that those who want seeds and documents
sent them may be supplied. The amount
rurnished has been reduced, and heretofore
many were sent to those who took little or
no interest in them.
JON L, McLauRns,
House of Representatives,
Washington, D. C.
Owing to a change in my plans for
the future I will sell out my personal
property. I have a large newv stock
of Genenal Merchandise to be sold at
3 good mules, 1 good mare, 2 milch
rows and calves, 26 head of hogs, 1
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,
several 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 will be
sold reasonably low for eash.
J. M. DEsCHAMPs,
Silver, S. 0.
"Breeding bread" is the name
given to eertain red stains, like
blotches of blood, which appear on
beef and on bread, boiled potatoes
and other farinaceous substances. In
olden times it was regarded as a mira
cle or omen, but in 1819 it was found
by Dr. Settea of Venice to be ami
croscopic plant. Other naturalists
have since studied it, and during the
past snmmer it has made its appear
ance on cooked potatoes in England.
Itis variously identified as the "Bacil
lusprodigiosus" and the "Mocrococus
prodigiosus" and is of a brilliant car
It Is Not
What We Say
Hood's 'a" Does
That Tells the Story. Its record is
unequalled in the history of medicine.
Even when other preparations fail,
'A 'Am AAMEL pariula
Be Sure to Get ures
Hood's Pils are purely vegetable. 25c,
English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, soft or calloused lumps and blemishds
from horses. blood spavins, curbs; splints,
sweeny, ring-bone, stifles, sprains, all
swollen throats, coughs, etc.- *ave $50 by.
use of one bottle. Warranted the most
wonderful blemish cure ever known. Sold
by R. B. Loryea, the druggist. Mac
ning S. 0.
Itch on human, mange on horses. dogs
and all stock, cured in 30 minutes by
Woolford's Sanitary lotion. This never
fails. Sold by . B. Loryea, the drug
gist, Manning, 8. C.
OFFICE COUNTY AUDITOR,
Manning, S. C.,--Dec., 5 1894.
"he 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 f895, and
for the convenience of tax-payers
will 1.-A 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
uary 10th, 1895.
Summerton, Friday, January 11th,
Brunson's X Roads, Saturday, Jan
uary 12th, 1895.
Jordan, Monday, January 14th,
School House in St. Mark's town
ship, on Raccoon road, near Duffie'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 taxrpayer ?vho
has much property to veturn, "is. to
make a numeration of the number of
horses, cattle,mules, sheep andl goats,
hogs, watches, organs and pianios,.
buggies, wagons and carriages, dogs,
merchandise, machinery, . moneys,
ntes and accounts, (above indebted~
ess) furniture, &c, which will save
he tax~)ayer time,. and ennel4J 4he
assessor to progress in tue work.
Taxpayers return what they own.
n the first day of January, 1895
All personal property, must be
eturned th's year.
Assessors and taxpayers will enter
he 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 rcalty, to insert the past
ffice as their place of residence, and
hose who only own personal prop
rity, to give the, party.'s name who
wns the land they live on- as .their
residence, which 'aids the. taxpayer
s well as the county treasurer- in
naking 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
of listing. Not knowing the time of
listing 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
listing, 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 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,
~nd 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 has no 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.
Teref ore I hope that all taxpayers
will do us the favor of making their
returns in time.
J. ELBERT DAVIS,
Auditor Clarendon County.
The first of American Newspa
pers. CHARLES A. DANA,
The American Constitution, the
American Idea, the American
Spirit. These first, last, and all
the time, forever.
Iaiiy, by muall, - - $6 a year.
Daily and Sunday, by mail, $8 a year.
Th'le Weekly, - - -- - $1 a sear.
The Sunday Sun
Is the Greatest Sunday Newspa
per in the World,
Price 5c acopy. By mail, $2 ayear
Adar,.- -iuE SUr:, Ne Vm-L
H. W. DURANT SN,
SUMTER, S. C.
To Our Clarendon Friends:
We are now prepared to offer lower prices 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 FIGUlms.
HARNESS, SADDLES, LEATHER, ETC.
Great bargains in Guns, Pistols, efc. Hleawquarters for Powder, Shot,
had Shells (loaded and empty.)
Engine Supplies, Belting, &c.
Headfuarters COOKINC AND HEATING STOVES, Warranted.
NEW: YORK We Don't
Rate Hslor Propose to be
Behind in the
The Racket Store is the place to save
your money. Short-Profits and Quick
Sales is our motto. If you want Bar
galns call and see us. Seeing is be- h
lieving. New Goods just received from
New York and more coming. We have Is
a handsome line of Millinery.
Or Eahll%1 H ail K01b of Reaty, Season!
*We ha'e the same shapes and colors
in' Untrimmed Hats, with necessary Having erected a commodious
Trimmings. Ostrich Tips plain and brick store one door from the Bank
spangled, Birds, Feathers, Quills, Buck- I am in better condition than ever
les, Veivet, Satin, and Ribbons. for serving my friends and the entire
If yon wish puplic.
Lace, -Hamburg, Thread, My stock of
Needles, Pins, Hair-Pins,
'oap, Perfumes, Pa
Soa, PrfuesPa- SHOES, HATS, DRY GOODS,
Tablets, Pencils, Pens, Ink, NOTIONS, GROCERIES
and many other Notions, this is the
place to giet them for the least. money.
We also have white and colored
DOYLIES, DIES, HAR
MEN AND BOYS' HATS
AND UNDERWEAR. NESS, &0.3
You will find us in our New Quarters
next Aoor to M. Levi's. We shall be HaA been well selected and bought
pleased to show you our goods. Give at close prices. I am offering special
a ball. bargains in
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sol. JOHAN. ARoSLAND,
Peple'Pa God Sorel
Reliable Service, Fair Dealing. Guaranteed Prices.
Eaer and anxious to meet the wants of the Dry Goods buyers of
Sumter and this section has left no stone unturned in the selection
NEW FALL STOCK.
With facilities for purebasing not enjoyed by all meicbants, to
,getbor with the new tairiff. we guarantee you a saving on
Every Dollar's Worth Bought of Us,
In Dress Goods we have the largest assortment of
Novelty Dress GodS
in this section, including Cbeviots, Scotch -
and Wool, English Covert cloth, with other
mestie Dress Goods for 8 1-8 cents.
In black Dress Goods we have the newest. tl >,tstsi. and the
correct thing&. In
HO S IM ERY,
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.
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 HVE SOESFor Boys.
For the Little Ones..
We are also agent for the
James Means' Shoes for Men.
The Regulator of Dry Goods at leading prices,
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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 uni
form prices. Our new goods must be seen to
be appreciated. Samples sent on application.