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l-UBLISHES ALL COUTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2, 1895.
Is What We Want, and We Are Go
ing to Sell You Goods at Prices
That Will Make You Bring the
3000 yards nice dress ginghams,
every yard warranted to be fast col
ors, worth on any market 7e; we
only ask you 5e per yard.
4000 yards quilt remnant calico,
ranging in length from I to S yards,
at 2e and 2je per yard; colors war
Our line of the best feather ticking
at 12- per -yard; can't be beat for the
Matrass ticking from 7c to 10c per
Call and see our line of school
per yar ey are hum
mers for the money.
25 dozen children's hose, fast black,
at 10e per pair.
25 dozen ladies' fast .black seamless
hose at 12te per pair.
Attention, hotel keepers-A large
lot of fresh cream cheese and im
ported and domestic macaroni at
very low prices.
We will have on hand first of next
week a large lot of the finest rust
proof oats ever offered for sale in the
town of Manning.
Anxious for trade,
W. E. JENIxNSoN.
Solicitor Wilson is attending court in
Cotton brought $j cents per pound in
Dr. R. B. Loryea is having his store
front polished up.
Captain I. L Bagnal has returned home
from his trip to Glenn Srings.
Supervisor Felder has had the bad places
on Black River causeway repaired.
Misses Alma Ingram and Bonnie Brown
of Sumter are visiting friends in Manning.
Miss Alice Paulin of Mobile, Als., spent
several days of last week with Mrs. S. J.
We make our bow to Mr. R. H. Davis
for a fne bunch of grapes -the finest of
Da not fail to read the tax ordinances.
Blanks to make returns on can be procured
at this office.
Miss Nonie Harvin has been elected to
Mll the ption of third teacher at the Col
Last week we almost melted with exces
siTe heat, and to-day heavy clothing feels
A barn with its contents, on Belzar's
Hickory Hill plantation, was destroyed by
fire last week.
Cotton sold in Manning yesterday for
1-16k, higher than in Charleston. How is
Captain D. J. Bradham is improving
slowly, and he hopes to be able to get back
to the convention soon.
We are told that country hams are not
wholesome, but we are willing to risk the
kind Mr. Dick Davis cures.
Last Saturday night a horse belonging
to Irial Justice Timmons was stolen from
his stable. Mr. Timmons is having the
When yen ome to cnmrt come. to see us
and renew your subscription, or, if you are
not asubscriber, have your name put on
our er~bcription lists.
Base balls and bats for sale by R. B. Lor
yea, the druggiet.
Mr. hi. M. Player of Salem sold a load
of tobacco in Florence recently. The low
est price obtained was 27 eet and the
highest 45 cents per pound.
Genuine Buttermilk Soap, 3 cakes for
25c. B. B. Loryea.
The Manning Guards will have a prize
drill next Saturday. The medal will be
presented to the winner by a distinguished
Sspeaker. The ladies are especially invited
Sto be present.
Just received, fashionable and stylish
millinery at Mrs. L. Loyns.
The News and Courier, in its zeal to re
ort the convention's work, had Capt.
Jradhami voting on a measure when that
gentleman was at home, unable to turn
over in his bed.
*Try a sample bottle of our Palmetto Har
ness Oil only 15c. R. B. Loryea.
Married, at the Union Chapel at Alcola
this morning, by Rev. J.0. Goug, Miss
hiamie Wells and Mr. John W.$hw, of
Sumter. The bride is a niece of Mir.
D). W. Alderman.
"Yellow Leaf"smoking tobacco is the best
to be had 10 cents package a, Brockington.
There is no use talking. Manning is as
good a cotton market as any town in the
State. Our buyers pay full price for every
bale, and not a big price for one bale as an
advertisement, and less than it is worth for
the rest. Manning does a straight busi
"Ruby" machine oil for gins and mills
for sale by H. B. Loryes.
One of the largest crowds that has been
in Manning in many years was hereat
Friday. and not a man under the inessiee
of liquor was seen the entire day. Our
local board of control issued orders for the
dispensary not to open its doors, and the
order was strictly observed.
Remember every pair of scissors or
shears bought at Brockington's is guaran.
Elsewhere the New York Racket Store
tells the people that it has a lot of goods
and it wants to sell them. Now, everybody
knows the "Racket,'' especially the ladies
and children. Miss Davidson is a busi
ness lady. an1 she proposes to sell goods
as cheap as tbe cheapest. Give her a call.
The attention of the ladies is called to
our line of fine scissors and shears. W. M.
Last Sunday Mr. Harvey White had the
misfortune to lone his dwelling house by
fre. Tbe family bad only left a short time
before to visit sonme neighbors near by, and
thei? attention was attracted to the explo.
eion of apowder horn. Everything in the
house was destroyed, which is a very heavy
oss. to) Mr. White. as he is a hard working
poor man with a large family.
Make your old furniture look as good as
new by 'using our varnish stains. R. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
One of our merchants came to us yester.
day and said that this is the first year he
has advertised. and that he is fully con
vinced that his advertisemene't is paying
for the reason that a lady from a distant
part of th.e county came in and bought hei
winter's family, supply of dry goods and
shoe" from him, and she told him it was
the first time in five years that she has
ba to Manning. She read his advertise.
ment in the Tuinles.
yDon't forget that Thomas & Bradhan
beep constantly on band a full line of bug
gies. one and two horse wagons, the Buck
eve &. Wood miowers aind rakes ; also the
test and cheapest line of harness in town
De sure and see them before buying.
That large brick store one door ibelos
the Banbk of Manning is where B. A. John
son, with a corps of competent clerks. h
selling piies of good4. Go there when yoi
will anad you will st-e them busy. ,Thi
activity is producel by .dr. Johnson s in
domitable energy, and the large stock o
geeral mercha~ndise. Johnson is a hustler
*and the merchantt that will drive a close
bargain with you than he must get a mov
on him and sharpen his pencil to figur
her he is coming out at.
A PARSO.S DILEMMA.
An Amusing Incident at the Baptih
Doring one of the sessions of the Bal
tist Association, held here last week, a
incident occurred which, if it had bee
generally noticed, would have playe
smash with that session.
Rev. C. U. Brown, being a very sy!
tematic man and always keeps thing
where he can place his finger on them, ha
a lot of papers on a file. The file we
made of a piece of board with sharpent
wire sticking in it for the papers to b
placed on, and which he kept on th
bench beside him to be handy. Anotht
member of the association-Rev. Bethea
wanted to tay something to Bro. Brown
who at the time was talking.
Bro. Bethea walked over and concludei
to take a seat until his distinguishe<
brother had finished. He sat down an
came in contact with the sharp point o
Bro. Brown's file. Of course he arose in
stanter, aid with a remarkable presence o
mind he did not feel or look back to se
what hurt him.
If we did not know Bro. Brown so wel
we might come to the conclusionjg
put up a job on his AfstXrate brother
Those-ao saw this amusing incident o
rAe enjoyed the parson's discomfiture
but the divine can console himself witl
the thought that "blessed is he that sittett
on, the sharp point of newspaper file, fo:
he shall rise again."
If the care of the hair were made a par
of a lady's education, we should not set
so many gray heads, and the use of Hall'
Hair Renewer would be unneessary.
THE Y. P. C. A.
Next Sunday's Meeting to Be Held al
the Presbyterian Church.
An immense congregation assembled a
the Methodist church last Sunday after
noon to bear Dr. C. C.-Brown's earnest an
beatiful address on "Christian Life." Thi
life demanded Christlike deeds.
We are to prove ourselves earnest by get
ting down on a level with our fellow-ma
and by kind actions to the poor. Th<
suffering and sinfulness. show them tha
their personal salvation is our aim. Ou
own religious character is developed there
by. Christ, when he touched the bier o
the woman's child as we read in the bible
was in sympathy with the poor woman
By doing good to others we unconsciousl
minister to Christ Himself.
Mr. Williford of Sumter sang a beauti
ful solo and led several selected hymns.
Mr. W. E. Jenkinson will conduct th
meeting in the Presbyterian church nex
If your child is puny, fretful, trouble(
with glandular swellings, inflamed eyes
or sores on the head, face or body, a cours
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla is needed to expi
the scrofulous humors from the blood
The sooner you begin to give this medi
cine the better.
Large Crowds at Each Performane
of Hunting's Railroad Shows.
The circus has come and gone. The lil
tle folks were made happy, and the bi;
ones did not cry. The crowd was large
but not as large as it would have been i
the farmers had more time to spare froc
the fields. Drunkenness was conspicn
ously absent in town last Friday, whic]
may be accredited to the good judgment .c
the board of control in having the dui
pensary closed. The street parade was ver
good and was largely enjoyed by the chi]
dren and many of the older folks. Th
show was excellent, and we have neve
met a cleverer set of showmen. There wa
nothing of the "tough" about any of them
and they seemed as anxious for quiet ani
good order as did the authorities.
Mr. Hunting, the proprietor of this gres
show, made himself exceedingly agreeable
and the two performances he gave here s
pleased the people that, should he eve
come back this way, a much larger crow
will greet him.
"For several months I was troubled wit
a persistent humor on my head which gay
me considerable annoyance, until it c
curred to me to try Ayer's Hair Vigor. BE
fore using one bottle the humor wa
healed."--l'. T. Adams, general merchani
A VOTE OF THANKS.
To the Editor of the Times :
Allow me to say through you
paper that both pastor and peopl
of the Baptist Church extend a vot
of thanks to the brethren of othe
denominations for kindness show>
to us by their aiding in giving home
to the delegates attending the Saz
tee Association and by assisting I
the song service ; also to the edito
of the Times for kindness in printin
hymns used by the congregatior
Wehope to be able to repay sue;
acts of kindness by similar aid I:
the future. Fraternaly , OGH
Manning, S. C., Oct. 2, 1895.
Court convenes in Manning Octobe
14th. Hon. R. C. Watts is the pr<
siding judga. The following are th
. H. Johnson, Foreston.
W. E. Tisdale, Manning.
. N. McLeod, Davis' Station.
George H. Dukes, Benbow's.
S. . Barrett, Summer ton.
T. H. Harvin, Panola.
. J. Gardner, Manning.
H. B. Richardson, Fulton.
A. T. Buddin, New Zion.
. M. Brailsford, Panola.
. W. McLeod, Manning.,
J. M. Lee, Manning.
George W. Smith, Pinewood.
'J. H. Dingle, Summerton.
. J. Coulliette, Panola.
John P. Felder, Panola.
S. C. Turberville, Seloc.
C. L. Griffin, Pinewood.
James MeD. McFaddin, Manning.
J. M. Davis, Benbow's.
C. R. F. Baker, Packsville.
3. W. Touchberry, Packsville.
Harper Johnson, New Zion.
J. M. Hicks, Jordan.
Arod Stukes, Manning.
H. S. Corbett, Jordan.
I. . Tomlinson, Workman.
W. I. McLeod, Alcolu.
H. K. Beatson, Packsville.
P. B. Mouzon, Manning.
James A. Burgess, Foreston.
S. B. Gibson, Manning.
. V. Billups, Benbow's.
. G. Plowden, Manning.
B. L. DurBose, New Zion.
S. M. McKenzie, Sandy Grove.
OUR MERCHANTS MEAN BUS
The Manning Times came out last wet
with an addition of two pages. making s
in all, and well filled with choice readii
and paying advertisements. The Times
one of the best papers in the State andi
g~nial and able editor, Major Lonis Appe
deserves the handsome support that he
reciving from the progressive people
Claredon and adjoining counties.--Ham
Tefollowing pupila have merited
m(dals in their respective classes for
we'k ending Se p. 27:
Collegiate, Davi1 Bradham; higher, Jol
Cuttino and EIIla Ridgeway; intermedias
ilbern Ridlgeway; primary. Julius ClarlI
T he conduct medal was voted to Bert
B...g~. E. C. Ai~saox
Nineteenth Annual Session Held at
the Manning Baptist Church
d A VERY LARGE ATTENDANCE.
The Rev. J. 0. Gough Welcomed the
s Delegates in an Eloquent
s and Able Address.
REV. C. C. BROWN OF SUMTER
And Others delivered Beautiful'Ad
dresses at the Mahoney Mem
orial Services Friday
The nineteenth session of the Santee
f Baptist Association convened in the Bap
tist church of this place on Thursday of
last week. Col. T. V. Walsh was elected
mi~derai ter . a (C BroN,.- eerA- tI -
Mr. W. M. Graham, treasurer. The exer
cises were opened by Rev. J. W. Kenney,
of the Salem section. DelegateP were en
rolled from eighteen churches out of the
twenty.five which compose this body.
Rev. T. M. Bailey, representing State
missions; Rev. A. J. S. Thomas, represent
ing The Baptist Courier; Rev. J. L. Vas,
represent:ng the -onnie Maxwell Orphan
age; and Rev. S. C. Hood, representing
the Orangeburg Inbtitute, were present.
and took part in the meeting. Rev. Mr.
McDowell, of the Presbyterian church, was
recognized and welcomed by the mod
The moderator appointed committees to
report during the meeting on all the follow
ing matters: state of the churches, relig
ions services, accounts and moneys, Sun
day-schools. obituaries, place of next meet
ing, to nominate the executive boarA, re
ligious penodicals, delegates to the State
convention, delegates to the Southrrn Bap
t tist convention, foreign missions, home
r missions, stato missions, education, the or
phanage, temperance, aged ministers' re
The Salem Baptist church, recently or
ganized, was received provisionally into the
The Manning pastor, Brother Gough,
welcomed the delegates to the homes of the
people, and was responded to by fr.
State missions and the orphanage were
made special orders for Friday. t
-A memorial service, in honor of Rev. W. g
H. Mahoney, was appointed for Friday
The hours of meeting were fixed at ten in t
the morning and eight at night.
Rev. T. W. Scruggs made an appeal in
behalf of the Bishopville church whose
house has been burned.
Revs. Bailey and Thomas made remarks t
upon the propriety of looking into the
condition of the churches.
Mr. Vass made an address to the chair
man Thursday afternoon concerning the
At 8 p. m. Rev. J. W. Kenney preached
f the introductory sermon for John xii: 32
"and I, if I be lifted up from the earth, a
will draw all men unto me." The sermon
- was well delivered and well received.
i On Friday morning Rev. H. C. Bethea
f opened the services. The clerk rekat the
Sminutes of the previous day for approval or
y correction. The report of the executive t
- board was read, and a committee was ap
e pointed to look into the advisability of es- 3
r tablishing a mission at Lucknow, in Ker
a shaw county.
,Dr. Bailey spoke on State missions and
Brother Vass on the orphanage. Subscrip. g
tions to State missions were made, amount
t ing to $83.00, and $144.00 for the or- I
o A letter from Home Branch was received
r asking for a council to aid in settling a dif-c
fIculty among the brethren. Brethren Jno.
. Gough, .Jas. E. Tindal, and H. W. Cutti
no were appointed to compose the council
Son Saturday before the 3rd Sunday in Oc
Brothter A. J. S. Thomas represented, the
.Baptist Courier, and distributed various
Stracts among the delegates.
At night on Friday the memorial service.'
' nhonor of Brother Mahoney were held.
An address was delivered by Rev. C. C.
Brown, followed by rematrks by brethren
Thomas, Bailey. and Wells.
Saturday was devoted to nmiscellan'-ous
business. Various committees reported on
r matters pertaining to the welftre of the I
e Rev. S. C. Hood presented the case of the 1
rexcellent high school recently started--the
Orageburg Institute-and this assoclation
a decided to aid in its maintenance andi toj
lend it all possible sympathy and support.
SThree of its trustees will be cho.'en from
S the Santee churches. The school with its
r new buildings and full equipment, is ex
pected te do a great work.
tDelegates to the state and to the South
a ern conventions were appointed.
a At night, on Saturday, foreign missions
ame up for discussion. A full report was
presented by Mr. D. W. Alderman, and
speeches were made by M:.ssrs. Wells,
Hood, Brown, and Alderman. A plan was
set on foot to secure a contribution from f
each member of every church in the asso
r On Sunday Rev. D. WV. Hiott and Dr.
-White addressed the Sunday-school. Rev. I
e C. C. Brown preached in the Baptist
church. Rev. T. WV. Scruggs, in the - Meth
odist church, and Rev. J. WV. Kenny in the
Prebyterian church. In the afternoon I
the union prayer meeting tat the Methodist
church filled the house. At night Mr.
Hiatt preached a fiue sermon at the Bap
The next meeting will be held at Bishor
ville, the time to ne fixed by the executive
board. Rev. ID. W. Hiatt will preach the
introductory sermon, and Rev. A T. Jamni
*son the missionary sermon.
The delegates to the association were all
delighted with the open generosity of the
Manning people and express themselves as
ready to come again to another similar
meeting at this place.
Perfect harmony and brotherly love pre
vailed throughout the meeting, and with a
few exceptions, all the churches of the as
sociation report themselves in a healthy1
and thriving condition.
1lUCKLEN'S ARMCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises. sores, ulcers. salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands. chilblains.
corns and all akin eru ptions, and positivel.
cures piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refnnded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Loryea.
KNIGHTS OF MACCABEES.
The State Comomander writes us from
Lincoln. Neb.. as follows: "After trying
other medicines for what seemed to be a
very obstinate congh in our two children
we tried Dr. King's New Discovery and at
[- the end of two days the cough entirely left
them. We will not be without it h,-reaftrr,
as our experience proves that it cures whore
all other remedIies fail."-Signed. F. .
x Stevens, State Comn. Why not give this~
g ggreat medicine a trial, as it i4 guaranteerd
is and trial bottles are free at It. 1B. Loryeaa a
sdrugstore. Rlegular size 50c. ad $1.00.
of 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 bacif
and also that his bladder was affected. He
tried many so-called kidney cures but with
be out any good result. About a year ago he
be began use of Electric Bitters and found re
lief at once. Electric Bitters is especially
inadapted to cure all kidney and liver troub
nles and often gives almost instant relief.
*One trial will prove our statement. Price
Sonly 50c. for large bottle. At RL. B. Lor
A Big Saving Can
Our stock is new and affords grea
to get a little better article at a lit
you as nice a line of goods as you
Duy Goods, Grocedes. W til
So don't let any one get ahead of ;
the cash. Below we quote a few 1
Ou Dress Good Departs
Is complete, and we are selling th4
prices. We have a beautiful line
Outings at 5c and 8e.
Ginghams in dress and apron at
Crown suitinpjust the thing j
dren's dresses, %t 5c.
Mipses and children's stockings
ladies' hosiery in proportion.
Bed spreads, chair tidies, tow(
kerchiefs, and anything you w
in our notion department.
Gents' clothing from $4 a suit v
Youths' clothing from $2.50 a ec
Children's clothing from $1.50 a
There is no need of talking to y
staple and fancy groceries. We
We are selling them at one cent
WE * *
CAL * * *
* YOUR * *
o a line of goods that must com
,nd your notice, as you are no
bt needing them on account of
he approaching winter.
We are offering our line of dry
ods, clothing and shoes so cheap
bat it puts them within the reach of
We offer you a beautiful;line of 84
ach dress cashmeres in all the pop
iar shades at 16te per yard; silks
ud velvets to trim.
We offer you a line of very de
rable dress cashmeres, 36 inches
rie, in all of the newest shades
e ones that always sold for 80c per
ard-at the very low price of 20c
er yard ; silks and velvets to trim.
We offer you a magnificent line of
-ich dress eashmeres in a comn
ilte line of colors-the ones that
i always :sold for 50c per yard-at
ly 40e; silks and velvets to trim.
We offer you one of the best lines
fladies' cloth ever shown in the
wn-all wool and one yard wide
ny 80o per yard, always sold for
; call and secure this grand bar
i; it beats anything in the, dress
Lades, our lines of outings, ging
ians, calicoes and suitings are the
prttiest we have ever had, and at
rices that you can't afford to miss ;
ll and see them anyway ; we will
ieglad to show you.
We call your attention to a line .of
eans at 10c per yard that will surely
pen your eyes if youI come and ex
Our line of 25c jeans that we only
ik 20e for beats anything in the
narket for the money.
When you want stuff for making
a pants here is the place to some;
mr line of pants stuffs at 850, 50c
d 60e per yard are certainly cheap
or the money.
Gents, we offer you a line of elo
hing that must command your at
ention for the small sum of money
rask for them.
A very nice wool sack suit for only
A very nice all-wool sack suit at
8.50; worth $10.
Children's knee-pants suits, 7 fo 9
ears, only 90e per suit.I
When you want clothing give me
ial and let me name you prices.
Remember, we keep on hand a
arge line of all kinds of school
ooks at publishers' prices ; educate
tur children ; it is better than
ivng them houses, land or money.
Ladies, we have a large lot of
witting cotton on hand at only 20e
er pound; worth 25c, as cotton is so
igh, but we only ask you 20e.
We earnestly invite you to call and
teeus when you come to town.
W. E. JENKINSON.
i lmba+--Female +: College
Vel elective and degree oOurne. Fifteena
pe~artiets of instruetion; able factilty of
peeialIst and distinguhedl corps of 1.e et
aras; delightful ground-; mnagnificent
bilding on which S12,500 were expended
tis-tear improving and enlarging ; well
unised; equipped with aill modern appli
anes; aratory, soiciety halls. gymnasiium;
elgnt studios,. library and reading rooms,
ee~ope new chemicual andl phy-'cal ap
pratua all rooms well furnished, car
pted, and lighted with gas; hot and cold
bthe'on every floor; bot-water h.-at : Peck
wead closets; pure eistern water; tennis
a uorta; indtrial bomne, reducling board to
$5a yar; telephone;~ eh-ectric bells; a numa
brof ,cholarsthipa; tall term begina Sep
mem-r 2. For further information apply
R oiev. JOHN A. i.!ca, A. M., D. D., I'rusi
Notice to Creditors.
ALL PERSONS HAVING GLLIMS
,~againt the estate of IAmrenzo I). Play
rdeceased, will present them, duly at
eted, and those owing ,aaid estate rwill
make payment to JOHN 31. PLITIn,
Surini. . C. Sept. 19. 1895.
Be Made if You Go
attractions to buyers who can appreci
tle lower prices than you expected to I
over laid your eyes upon in our Ia. an
[, gods, Shin, HM, Caps, Fu
iou, bNt oome and select some of our i
rices of our bargains.
m at rock-bottom Men's laundere
A Men's unlaund
yles at 5c and 7c. We have the b
:u vwant for chil- 5c you eve
at 5c, worth 10c;
A good eight-r
and a No. I six
Is, doylies, hand- X~t$ 81 01
ant can be found We keep the la
boys and gir
p. We have a big
it up. misses and I
p. Zeigler St
3-OC WE TIUB
a about groceries, for every one know
have just received a keg of "Monogra
apiece. Try them.
S. A. RI
To the Ladles:
For the past few weeks I have given
you in a general way an idea of
what I have in stock, but now I want
to call particular attention to a few
special things, and give you some
prices. What I have to say to-day
relates mostly to
and is, therefore, addressed to the
ladies; but I shall have something
fresh to tell you every week, and the
gentlemen will receive attention in
I have a large stock nice
iorth 7c... .................. fo1 6e
Nice lot of GINGW A MS,
winter weights, in stripe and
a heavy fabric, suitable for chiil
djren's cloaks, ladies' winter
i~sases, etc........... ....for ISjc
W OOLEN WORSTEDS,
at....................10c to 12jc
double width, worth 20c apd 25c,
for..................i5e and 20e
which represent watered silk, at
very, fashionable this season.
FINE BLACK SERGES,
36 to44 inches wide, at...3 o50e1
LAIES' NOVELTY GOODS,
beautiful styles, all wool, worth
75 cents..................fo 0
Ia addition to these I have a nice
line of LADIES' DBESS PAT
TERNS at various prices, and can
usiateh up any dlress with silk and
v~lvet trimming. Of osuree, I
have on hand a fell line of
and the staple articles, such as
Check, Brown aund Bleach
ahd other articles too numerous to
Have Sold Out All My Bloomiers,
but will be able to get another supply
My line of ladies' underwear is com
plte, as well as my line of hosiery and
Ladia' undervesa.............. So up
Hose.....,.........-. -........5c up
Corsets...................from 25e up
Eemember, I have the E. & G. and the
THOMPSON'S GLOVE-FITTING COB
SETr, which are the leaders for either
comfort or durability.
Nice line cotton, linen and silk hand
kerchiefs; also fine assortment of ilk
threads. floas, etc.; ladies' gloves. toll-t
soaps. stationery. etc.
But I cannot tell you everything now.
I shall have more to say later. Bemember,
my eistire dry goode. line is -:omplete, and
all I -esk you to do is to cotoe in and ex
amine my goods. Very respectfully,
E. C. HORTON,
oame F. Eax. W. C. Davrs
RUIAME & DAVIS,
ATTORNEYSi A2 LAW,
MANNING. 8. C.
RJ. FBANK GEIGEB,
MANNING, 8. C.
Office in Manning Hotel open from 9 a.
i. to 1-2:30 p. m. and 2 to 5:30 p. m.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MANNING. 8. C.
OHN S. WILSON.
Aturne~y and Coenselor at Law,
MANNING. 8. C.
CIVIL ENGINEER LRD IUBVEYOB,
Having an experience o)f thirty sevenlears,
offere his professional eervices to eo"pleI
of Clarendon county. S. act guarn-'
tthe Right Place
ate superior goods. If you want
pay call at 6ur store. We offer
3 winter selections of
rlshing Goods, Neloos, Et,
oany bargain1s which we offer for
d shirts from 50c up. Think of it.
wred shirta from 30c to $1.
from 15C up.
si automatic seamless half-hose for
ib sateen-covered umbrella for 50c
teen-rib gingham umbrella for 90c.
test styles in hats. Cap" for men,
s from 10c to 50c.
line of shoes for men, boys, ladies,
rb at low prices. We keep 'the
toe for ladies.
rs that we are headquarters for
n" brand pickles in the brine.
HERE WE ARE,
on the platform we hav<
promised our friends, to do f
strictly cash business and t<
sell goods at very low price,
and immediately our trad
has commenced to increase
and why ? because those wh<
deal with 'us know that w(
sell cheap for cash.
A man does himself an in
Justice when he wants any
thing in clothing, dry goods
bots, shoes, hats and caps
fancy groceries, or anythiing
that can be found in a genera
store, not to examine oui
stock, and only wastes tim4
going from store to store whei
we can save him 26 per een
on his purchases.
A large lot of silk umbrel
las, slightly damaged, onl3
46 cents apiece.
Gentlemen, I can't sa'
much to you, but try and sav<
your money while you have
chnce, 'auid that is by buying
your goods of us.
If the ladies need any tine
facy, large cloak buttons, w<
have a splendid line of them
For next two weeks we wil
sell white meat at 6e per lb.
guaranteed good or money re
fnded. First-class smoke<
babon at 7c; better prices oi
W. FASS, anap
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.
Nothing adds so mueh to the ap
pearance of your houses, fences,
farnture,'ete., 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 teduced our carriage
paints to 75 cents per quart can.
Wagon paints in red, black, blue,
green and~ yellow ; economical
A eomprete stock of window
glass and putty.
If you need anything in the
paint line call on us. We can
if you want prescriptions accuratel
compounded, always go to
SUCCesso4r to J. G. Dinkinta & Co.
Iletbmrt. Tex., Oct. 15. 1880.
hissrs. Paris Medicine Co.. Paris. Tent
Dear sir': ship na anson as possible
gross Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. 3
custoes want GJroves Tasteless Ch
T-nie and will not have say other. In o
experience of over iwienty years in the di
buness we never sold any medicine whi
gave such universal satisfaction. Your a
spetlly. J. S. B3aow'z a Co
No cure, no pay. Sold by Loryea, t.
THE PALACE DRY
l and 2I Tuesday and
Try and visit Sumter-on the.
So the Grandest Display of
SPICK AND SPAN,
New as a Fresh-Opened I
you care for is waiting you h4
to a point you do not suspect
Rest assortment we ever had.
To e * itand sp
city may be contrasted but no
Will Be Pleased at the
I case Fruit of the Loom Bleach, yard
wide...... ....... ............at 7c
1 case Bleach, yard wide; the 8-cent
Best Calico. full widths, in navy blues,
fancy dress styles, mournings, etc..
the 7-cent gocds................at SC
2000 yards best Outings ; bear in mind,
the 10-cent quality.........at 7C
2500 yards beautiful ginghams, not the
kind sold by other dealers, but the
8-cent kind....................at Sc
1000 yards navy-blue Ducks; they
ubould be 8c and 10c, but we say.. 6C
25 pieces good Canton flannel, worth
8 cents......... ........at Sc
10 bales good check Homespuns; just
to make a noise we say........... 4C
The Silk Seosaflon.
The one we are selling at
25 the yard is a beauty.
ALL PURE SILK.
25 pieces fancy waist silks at....-. -290
3 pieces fancy waist silks, worth 75
centr.......... ..............at 48C
and just this way all through.
We own our stock at the lowest prices
goods ever reached, and you shall have
them at juit sueb prices.
Supply Your Wants of Us.
Now riady. The ladies all know the c
of work we turn out.
Price for making suit.......0g,
Make Our Store Your Headquarters i
80H WA R
T he management of the above-n
people of Clarendon county that
now ,in, and cordially invites you t<
IIn the Solomon Block when you vi
and in fact anything expected to 1:
found at this well-appointed estabi
if the ifashioni plates are to be1
never was such a demand for blac
per cesitage of the colored fabrics.
the Beauty and Dignity of a Won
than a handsome black gown, w~
In this department everything
be all-wool, no cotton mixtures, an
on the first floor is directed by
abilities in this line are already ws
tion. The standard patterns will
also for sale at the counters.
yAll wail orders will receive ti
men, and samples will be cheerful]
~THE SUMTER DRY
I Wedesday, 1and 2
-e days, and join the crowd to.
Dress Goods and TTimings
IT TO SUMTFR.
lose. Wha ever Dress Stuffs
,re, with the prices pushed down
The fullest, richest and time
endor of our stock others of this
Sound of these Prices.
A Handkerchief Revelatlon,
duch handkerchief prices will sex
any one to thinking, and the more
you know of haudktrchiefs the more
100 dozen ladies' white embroidered
initial handkerchief, the 15-cent
75 dozen ladies' pure linen real hem.
stitched, large size, worth 15c. .for JoC
50 dozen ladies' all-wool gauntlet
gloves, worth 35 cents........for 19C
20c seamless mattings............for 15C
25c seamless mattings............for 16C
30c seamless cotton-warp mattings for 20C
35c seamless damask mattings... .for 22C
Window shades, complete........for 19C
Cuitain poles and fxtares ......... 19C
All newest patterns,
from 15 cents up.
For the Newest and Best Goods,
Latest styles and lowest prices buy from
The Palace Dry Goods Emporilm
ass - - - -
X11 i U7 DGPatm1 t
Now ready. All the latest styles in
Hats andi Trimmings.
Prices to please everyone.
fhen Visiting Suitor.
T ENTERPRISE !
amed firm is pleased to inform the
its large and well-assorted stock is
> inspect their
sit Sumter again.
e found in a dry-goods store can be
>elieved, will wear black, and there
k goods to the exclusion of a large
In fact, nothing adds more to
hich is alike economical and ultra
LbOve twenty cents is guaranteed to
d above all, new and fresh.
Miss Mattie DuPont, whose
eli known and need no further men
be used in this department, andi are
se prompt~ attention- of capable sales
y forwarded to any address upon ap