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VIBLISHES ALL COUNTY ANI TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18, 1895.
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROF
ITS IS OUR MOTTO.
Give Us a Call and Be Convinced
That We Are Selling Goods as
Cheap or Cheaper Than
. Any House in the
5,000 yards calico remnants from J
to 3 yards length, at Se per yard or
25e per lb.
A large lot of green tea at 30e per
lb, worth 50c.
Remember that we have the largest
lot of chewing and smoking tobaccos,
fine cigars and cheroots, that we
have ever had and are selling them
at prices cheaper than ever.
Our Social Circle plug tobacco at
25e per lb, our Red Juice plug tobse
coat 40c per lb, and Annie McLeod
at 40c per lb are three brands of to
bacco that the world can't beat for
price and quality.
We have just got in a lot of the
world-renowned Patapsco Superla
tive flour. Those who appreciate
good flour will do well to give me a
call as the world cannot produce a
Hungry for trade,
W. E. JENEIDSoN.
Read my advertisement in another
column if you please.
YOUR NAME IN PRINT.
Rev. S. A. Nettles is spending several
days in town visiting relatives.
Miss Jesse McLean left last Friday after
a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs.
Mr. Isaac M. Loryea, the popular and ac
complished book-keeper of the firm of
louis Cohen & Co., of Charleston, 'is in
Manning on a visit to his father, Mr. Isaac
M. Loryev. Mr. Isaac I. Loryea is also sec
retary and treasurer of the Merchants' Du
?licator Company and is highly esteemed
y his employers and by a host of friends
throughout the State.
Mr. W. E. Burgess left last Saturday
night for Charleston, where he went to ac
cept a position with Messrs. T. R. McGahn,
& Co., one of the largest wholesale estab
lishments in the South. Manning regrets
to part with Mr. Burgess, for he is a sound
business man, thoroughly reliable and an
ornament to any society. We wish for him
in his new field a prosperous career, which
is bound to came to a man with his ability,
energy and integrity.
Autumn begins next Saturday.
The Jewish New Year begins to-morrow.
Cotton is being picked and brought to
Read advertisement headed "Beautify
Several =u.munications were crowded
out this week.
- Cotton brought 71 cents per pound in
The circus advertisement will be found
in the supplement.
Circus bills are posted all over town, and
the little boy is in his glory.
Look at Horton's page, isn't it a dandy!
He means business and he is bound to get
We rertto learn that Mr. W. M. Plow
den has bdthe misfortune to lose his
Mr. J. Manning Lee senltus asample of
tobacco that we will put against anything
Capt. L L Bagnal is improving at Glenn
Springs and we hope he will soon be at
his post agamn.
Mrs. H. D. Plowden was called to the
bedside of har mother, who is extremely ill
at her home in Cheraw.
A game of baseball is being playe.1 this
afternoon between the colored teams of
Mannirg -and Kingstree.
Cotton is coming to our market right
along now and Manning is gving as much
or more for the fleecy staple than any other
The Jewish marchants of Manning will
hare their places of business closed Satur
day, the 28th inst., on account of Yum
Kippor (fast day).
Base balls and bats for sale by R. B. Lor
yea, the druggist.
It takes money to run a town, and our
council will soon Dass an ordinlanceato col
lect town and property taxes. So get your
nickles ready to drop in the slot.
Genuine Buttermilk Soap, 3 cakes for
25e. R. B. Loryea.
Died in the Fork last Friday at the home
of her son-in-law, Mrs. Elhabeth Hedge,
aged ninety-three years. The funeral took
piaee in the Jordan cemetery last Sunday.
Te deceased was the mother of Mrs. J. J.
. Childers, of Jordan.
Just received, fashionable and stylish
millinery at Mrs. L. Loyns.
Mrs. Lirzie A. DuBose Rhowed us some
toac hc a asdb e son that
she says will bring 45 cents pound. The
sample now adorns Mr. M. Levi's desk,
and she told us too thalt she was going to
bring us some chickens and we hope she
won't forget it because we are not as stout
as we would be if we had enough to eat.
Try a sample bottle of our Palmetto Har
ness Oil only 15c. R. B. Loryea.
- -Sarah Washington. a respectable colored
.woman, died suddenly yesterday. The de
eased was a young woman, and was .ap.
parently well and hearty in the morning.
About eleven oclock she was found dead on
the floor. A few minutes before persons
pasng her house stopped and talked to
eand there was no thing apparently the
matter with her.
"Yellow Leaf" smoking tobacco is the best
to be had 10 cents package at Brockington.
On Friday, Sept. 27 Bob Hunting's Big
Railroad Shows, Circus, Museum sud Men
agerie will visit Manning and spread hia
enormous tent on Fair Grounds. The
godstanding of this show precedes 11
through the colums of all our exchanges,
and it must be one of the very best circus
performances and altogether one of the
cleanest shows now traveling.
Remember every pair. of scissors oi
shears bought at Brockington's is guaran.
We are laboring hard to give our people
a good newspaper and we do think a great
many whom we have indulged might now
step forward to help us meet our obliga
tions and we give notice that after the 30th
day of October. any name appearing on
our mailing lists not paid up, we will strike
it off and take chances of losing what we
have honestly worked for. We know that
there are a great many men who think it
is nothing to beat a newspaper and some
of these men have been greatly benefited
by newspapers too.
A Great Big Circus without an equal:
That's the expression of all who have seen
Bob Hunting's Circus, Museum and Men.
agerie. The very best Equestrians.
Gymnasts and Acrobats, both male and
female, are engaged with it, and the old re
ible Bob himself, the monarch of all
clowns is there .to dispense the laughing
matter brimming over mn measure. There
will be a grand street parade at 10 a. in.,
resplendent with glittering newness and
crowded with wonders from all parts of the
earth, and 150) Horses that have no equal.
Elephants. Camels, open dens of Lions,
Tigers, Hyenas and Leopards, fill the
Eoyal Pageant. On Friday. Sept. 27, at
We have not been able to learn who it is
that is ill, but it must be somebody, be
cause we notice a physician from thc
Pinewood section is making frequent visits
to Manning and he never did such a thing
before. He also must be very devout if
visiting a chapel is any sign.
Mr. Pink Alsbrook, formerly of Claren
don, now of Williamsburg, has purchased
the Williamsburg Couny Record, formerly
owned by that veteran newspaper man,
Col. I. 0. Logan. Mr. Alsbrook will have
as the editor of his paper Mr. E. G. Chan
dler, a bright young lawyer of the Kingstree
bar, and we wish them both success. They
deserve to succeed for showing the nerve
to tackle a county weekly. We have been
at it for some time and the signs of our
wealth is seen oftener when we are s ind
ing up and in our shirt sleeves.
Bob Hunting's Big Railroad Shows, Cir
cs, Muaem and Menagerie is now billing
Manning in the most elaborate manner,
and the georgeousness and variety of the
beautiful printing strikes one with bewil
derment. The show is three times as big
as it ever was, and no money has been
spared while building it larger,-to wake
it keep pace with the very best. The irre
sistable Bob will be in the ring himself;
Monarch of all Clowns! The enormous
tents will be spread on Fair Grounds.
Don't forget the day and date. Friday,
If you wish to have a suit of clothes or
pants made to order give us a call-our
old profession. 'W. Pass.
Make your old furniture look as good as
new by using our varnish stains. R. B.
Loryea, the druggist. 0
The communication sent us signed
"True Democrat" is refused publication for
the reason that the controiersy between
the Messrs. Richardsons and the editor of
the Times is ended, and we do not think
it fair to let some one else come to our aid,
as we flatter ourselves with feeling suffi
ciently able to do our own "argifying."
Another reason is the language used is too
harsh, unnecessary, and uncalled for. We
are personally acqnainted with the Rich
ardsons and they are gentlemen. We be
lieved they acted wrong and we said so
without mincing words a courteous ex
planation followed and there the matter
Don't forget that Thomas & Bradham
keep constantly on hand a full line of bug
gies, one and two horsa wagons, the Buck
eye & Wood mowers and rakes; also the
best and cheapest line of harness in town.
Be sure and see them before buying.
A stimulant is often needed to nourish
and strengthen the roots and to keep the
hair a natural color. Halt's Hair Renewer
is the best tonic for the hair.
The following pupils have merited the
medals in their respective classes for the
week ending Sep. 13:
Collegiate, Marvin Strange; .higher,
Bertha Briggs; intermediate, Ermine Bar
gess; primary, Julius Clark. The conduct
medal was awarded to Hermion Jenkin
son. E. C. ALsunoon.
Before going on a sea voyage or into the
country be sure and put a box of Ayer's
Pills in your valise. You may have occa
sion to thank us for this hint. To relieve
constipation, biliousness and nausea Ayer's
Pills are the best in the world.
The Santee Association will meet with
the Baptist church in Manning Sept. 26th.
The public are cordially invited to at
tend all the hours of service. A large
gathering is expected, and those who
come will be highly entertained.
It will be remembered that the Black
River Union meets here at the same time.
J. 0. Gonon,
Pastor Baptist Church.
The best is what you want when you arc
in need of a medicine. That is why you
should insist upon Hood's Sarsaparilla.
CITADEL EX AMINATION.
The contest for the scholarship in the
Citadel came off last Thursday, and seven
of our ambitious young men entered the
race. Samuel 0. Cantey of Summerton,
son of Hon. Joseph S. Cantey, carried off
the prize. The following is the record ob
tained from the board of examiners:
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feRivbynth mchine oi cornstio and sill
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are gOwenfte ora beprectlyn free io
eve deetritois fsancg e and beaputr.
fly vuedl. Ther. Ownot weakl unobtely
pton, b ucs by giin toeco-stomach and
blosows reateld invgrt tht setem. oeg
ularseno cout perex Soldenty suited Lo
'the ultrento of thelaicicclld.
jecr line oughtisor and s ohes opinion
th ub ret ie oil fordone lands can
fb r ale bytoB p roeatehget. rdo
Editcor brining Tiealt to then yotean
n ss.mlesen of tobacco r qi re tact
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THE ONLY -45
AR*- Worlds Fair.
A GREAT SUCCESS.
The Merchant's Favorite Sample
Duplicator, Manufactured by the
Merchant's Duplicator Compaiiy,
of.Charleston, S. C.
This is an invention of Mr. William
Gurney, a young and progressive Charles
tonian, and is a device for saving time,
labor and money for the retail dry goods
trade of the United States. It is patented,
arid is the only device on the market, and
has met with instant commendation from
first-class and fashionable retail dry-goods
houses throughout the South and the
United States. Its merits are fully appre
ciated, and the company feels satisfied that
it will be in general demand by the dry
goods trade of the country. It is now in
actual use in the following leading estab
lishments of Charleston : Louis Cohen &
Co., lon Marche. C. Plenge, I. Jacobs &
Sons, and in Augusta, Ga., by Millarky,
Harty & Co , P. D. Harkin & Co., but we
have not space to enumerate the different
cities using them with satisfaction and
Mr. William Gurney is the president
and i. favorably known to the dry-goods
trade of Charleston. Mr. Isaac M. Loryta
is the secretary and treasurer. le has
been connected with the extensive estab
lishment of Louis Cohen & Co. of Charles
ton for over two decades, and his merits
are acknowledged by the mercantile in
terests of the state. We call particular at
tention to his advertisement in to-day's is
sue of THE MAxisG Tntzs.
Nothing adds so much to le ap
pearance of your houses, nees,
furniture, etc., as a few coats of
good paint properly applied.
R. B. LORYEA,
has an immense stock of pure
paints, either dry, ground in oil,
or ready mixed; linseed oils,
white lead, varnishes, japan, etc.
A full line of paint brushes.
Make your old furniture look as
good as new by using our varnish
stains. We have them in cherry,
oak, walnut and cocabola; easily
applied, dries quick, and makes
a beautiful appearance; half
pint, 20 cents; one pint, 35 cents;
try these stains and you will be
Paint your buggy for 75 cents.
We have reduced our carriage
paints to 75 cents per quart can.
Wagon paints in red, black, blue,
green and yellow ; economical
A complete stock of window
glass and putty.
If you'.need anything in the
paint line call on us. We can
if you want prescriptions accurately
compounded, always go to
R. B. L OR Y EA.
THz-E DRUGGIST. -
Successor to'S. G. Dinkins &k Co.
WV. E. JENKINSON,
The Champion of Low Prices and
We come not with a flourish of
trumpets and a grand display of ban.
ners, but we come in a quiet and un
pretentious way to tell you of the
goods we carry and to tell you fur
ther that you will positively find in
our store every article named in our
advertisements from time to time.
5,000]3yards remnant Calicoes from
i yard to 3 yard lengths at 3e per
yard or 25c per lb. These calicoes we
guarantee to be absolutely fast
3,000 yards remnant Calicoes from
3 to 10 yards length at 5c per yard,
Colors also fast.
3,000 yards Fancy Dress Gingham:
at the very low price of 5c per~ yard
25 doz. ladies' fast black seamless
Hose. They are guaranteed fasi
black and seamless, at the very los
price of 13c per pair or 2 pairs for 25c
Never sold before for less than 20<
25 doz. men's half Hose, perfectl3
seamless and in mixed colors, fo:
only 10c per pair or 3 pairs for 25e
I will venture to say that they are
the best gents' half hose sold in Man
ning for the money. Try them.
We have also in stock a very larg4
line of Children's anid Misses' Hose a
prices to suit any and everybody.
Remember, friends, that in addi
tion to the above we have a stori
crowded with all kinds of new styl
Dress Goods. Call and see them, w~
will be glad to show them to you.
Our lines of Cashmeres, Delaines
Grand Prix Suitings, and Russiax
Fleece are new styles in cotton dresi
goods that are bound to please ever3
lady that looks at them.
Bear in mind, gents, that we havE
purchased a large stock of Gents
Ready Made Clothing and will bi
able to please you in both style ani
price. We have suits ranging fron
$5.50 to $12.50 per suit. Our $10.01
All-Wool Suits are pure bargains and
are bound to please everybody thai
looks at thenm.
We have also a large line of Chil
drens Knee Suits from 7 to 10 years
old at $1.00 per suit and upwards.
Those who want School Books wil
do well to give us a call as we art
selling School Books of all kinds
cheaper than the~y were ever knowr
in Clarendon county.
W. B. J mnfSON.
A Big Saving Can Be Made if You Go to the Right Place
Our stock is new and affords great attractions to buyers who can a preia e sup*rior goods. If you want
to get a little better article at a little lower prices than you expcteed to nav call at our s'ore. We offer
you as nice a line of goods as you ever htid your eyes upon in our faidl a I winter selections of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Notions, Etc.
So don't let any one get ahead of you, but come and sciect som3 if our :ny bargai'is which we tiffr for
the cash. Below we quote v few prices of our bargains.
Our Dress Goods Department Gents'Furnis Goods.
Is complete, and we are selling them at rock-bottom Men's laundered shirts from 50c up. Think of it.
prices. We have a beautiful line of Men's uulanniecl shirts from 30c to $1.
Outings at 5c and 8c. Men's ulawers, from 15c up.
Ginghams in dress and apron styles at 5c and 7c. We have Ilse best automatic seamless half-hose for
Crown suitings, just the thing you want for chil- 5c you ever saw.
dren's dresses, ft 5c.
Misses and children's stockings at 5c, worth 0c; U
ladies' hosiery in proportion. A good eight-rib sateen-covered umbrella for 50c
Notion Department. and a No. I sixteen rib gingham umbrella for 90c.
Bed spreads, chair'tidies, towels, doylies, hand- Eats ad Cape.
kerchiefs, and anything you want can be found
in our notion department. boys and girls from 10c to 50c.
Gents' clothing from $4 a suit up. We have a big line of shoes for men, boys, ladies,
Youths' clothing from $2.50 a suit up. misses and girls at low prices. We keep the
Children's clothing from $1.50 up. Zeigler Shoe for ladies.
There is no need of talking to you about groceries, for every one knows that we are headquarters for
staple and fancy groceries. We have just receiveA a kee of "Monogram" brand pickles in the brine.
We are selling them at one cent apiece. Try them.
So A. RlIBYW
'Wm. Gunry, President. Isc M. Lonr , Secretary and Treasurer.
The Merchant's Dupl"icator Co.
O:F OH1ARLES.JW2TON, a. 0.
Sole Manufacturers of the Merchants' Favorite Sample Duplicator.
Extract from the best authority, the Dry
GWoes C c July 24, 1I895
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wEthact from the pees atofiy gocth DryGod
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Statensvl roeting is; tapirely1 'ls t. To thee Approva
Used in the samp les les annie thisdoiewf.h
Citiesh 71a xins loA seo desired R tais
weidth withut vxromvia the piceoldst yood
trht rshs theent hben encloed forn
in tlh ai l.V of the o.e.'h atr
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MERCH AN T'S DUPLIC ATOR COMPANY,
Om.a T -E T, S. O.
ure1 ugedciesH A R D WA R E!
The Well-Known and Reliable
D.DRUG STORE OF R.i.DAN & O
)[WM. Brocklion UMT., s. c
In addition to a full and complete T u lrno red
stock of drugs, Medicines and ~ caenwpeae oofrlwrpie hnee.Cl rwiefrwa
Chemicals, we keep a complete yuwn.OrSoki opee ehv de oorimnesoko
Toilet Artics, Paints, Oils, Etc., at Low Figures.
Eye-Glasses, H larniess, Sadles, Rubber and Belting. Leather, Etc.
Spectac'.es' t. ~ Great bargains in guns, pistols, etc.
And the thouxsad anid onethng
usually found in every first-class Headquarters for Powder, Sho an ells (loaded and emp'ty). -
and well-regulated drug store. Engine supplies, belting, et.
ONLY FIRST-CLASS HeadquarterS for C0o and Heatig StosS (Waranted)e
SODA W ATERI___________________________
MANNING, S. C.
olumbia+-: Female +: CollegeSUCSOSTW.SEP RD&O,
COLUMBIA., S. 23C.TN S. HRESOS
Full elective anal dteree cou rses. Fiftee n
epartments of instruction; able faculty oflSoe n
pecialists and distinguished corps of Ie et-' SoeWre4ae Eaeld aes
rErs; delightful groundrs; magniticent Tn ae
uildings, on which $12,500 were expended
his year improving anal enargng ; well inPteSh tIr ,
frihed;equlippeCd with all modemn appli-TinrsSple,
aces; labratory, society hralls, gymnasium;
egant stujlios, library and reading rooms, B~l us c ra rees
lescope. new chezmicral anid p~hy i,-ai ap
aratus ; al rooms weli furrnished, car- ergea~s
eted, an-l lightedl witi gas; hot and cold
aths on every floor; hot-water heat ; Peck- WatrCoesHueFrnhigG d.
mead closets; pure cistern water; tennis ___
ourts; industrial home, redlucng hoard to
$75 a year; telephone; electric bells; a num
ber of scholarships; lli term begins. Sep- ~JJ tLU P IE
mber 26. For further information apply
oRev. Jons A. [liCE, A. M., 1). 1)., l'resi
dent.DS PP Y O
CoMe and See Us and Let's Talk Straight Business
We have one of the largest stock of goods ever brought to this
town, and they were bought to sell.
Give you sometbing to eat? Tne you hit us at our strongest
point. But it is impossible to try to tell you here what we have,
but you will find everything, from a soda cracker to barrel of
molasses in our grocery department.
Everything fresh and of the very best quality.
" White Dove " Brand Hams,
" Gold Medal" Flour,
and Fine Coffees
Are our pets.
Our line of tobaccos and cigars is complete.
Ladies, Your Attention!
Dress goods in
In fact, we can furnish you any goods you need.
Dry goods have gone up since we bougit, but we will give our
customers the benefit of our early purchases.
Ribbons, laces, trimming and buttons and gloves in large
Our Gent's Furnishing Goods
Department is full. Ready-made clothing to fit anybody's back
and pocket-book. Large line of pant goods in bolt.
How about Shoes?
Now you are talking. If we can't fit and please you in footwear
you will have to go barefooted. We've got 'em.
Crops are good I
All right. Then you will want bagging and ties. We .have a
warehouse full and will make prices right. They must be sold.
Want to Sell Your Cotton and Cotton Seed?
Our scales are at the back door, and we will give you the top
figure. Haven't time to write more, but want to see you- before
you sell your cotton or buy your goods.
Yours, for Business,
J. W. McLEOD.
SUMTER'S NEW ENTERPRISE !
The Suio Di&ood Coi1ei
The management of the above-named firm is pleased to inform the
people of Clarendon county that its large and well-assorted stock is
now in, and cordially invites you to inspect their
In the Solomon Block when you visit Sumter again.
Anything desired in
and in fact anything expected to be found in a dry-goods store can be
foundat this well-appointed establishment.
THE COMING WOMAN,
if the fashion plates are to be believed, will wear black, and there
never was such a demand for black goods to the exclusion of a larga
per centage of the colored fabrics. In fact, nothing adds more to
- kutyBig|ull,8fWma's Appea8ame
than a handsome black gown, wh 'ikc~he'neia and ultra.
In this department everything above twenty cents is guaranteed to
be all-wool, no cotton mixtures, and above nil, new and fresh.
Our Dress-Making Department
on the first floor is directed by Miss Mattie DuPont, whose
Iabilities in this line are already well known and need no further men
tiort. The standard patterns will be used in this department, and are
also for sale at the counters.
All mail orders will receive the prompt attention of capable sales
men, and samples will be cheerfully forwarded to any address upon ap
THE SUMTER DRY-GOODS COMPANY,
S=UTMTER. S. C1