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l'TBLISHES ALL COUV~rY AND TM2
NA NNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9, 1895.
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS.
We Offer You This Week Some Bar
gains in Wool Dress Goods That
Will Astonish You If You Will
Come and Examine the Goods.
A beautiful line of cashmeres, all
colors, at 16re, 20c, 25c and 35c; call
and see these lines of goods, and ]
am sure you will buy if you arc
needing anything in this line.
A line of all-wool ladies' cloth,one
yard wide, at 35c per yard. Beat it
if you can.
Call and see our school-boy jean
at 20c per yard. They are the besi
on earth for the money.
Gents, when you want a nice.
cheap suit of clothes, give us a call:
we have them in stock from $5.50 tc
We picked up a large lot of gents
sample hats that we are offering ai
$1.50 and $2 each; they would cosi
from $2 to $3 each elsewhere; we
have also in regular stock a nice line
of gents' hats from 50c up.
Ladies, gents, boys and girls, when
you want nice rubber overshoes al
the lowest prices give us a call.
Ladies, try our self-raising flon
for making cakes.
A large lot of macaroni and cheese
on hand; very cheap.
Yours truly, W. E. JENKINSoN.
The cotton fields are fast becoming
Cotton sold for 8.60 cents per pound in
Rev. J. 0. Gough is holding a protracted
meeting at Alcoli.
Died, near Jordan, John Dingle, an aged
and respectable colored citizen.
Let everybody join in the movement tc
build a monument to "Mart" Gary.
Last Sunday's News and Courier had am
excellent picture of D. J. Bradham.
Business has been heavier in Manning the
past week than it has been for years.
Trial Justice Timmons has recovered the
horse stolen from him week before last.
Manning is knocking the spots out of
Charleston this year as a cotton snarket.
Rev. R. A. Sublette is aseisting in the
protracted services now going on at Al
Mr. James D. McDowell is a student al
Bellevue Hospital Medical College in Neu
Goods can be bought in Manning for the
cash as cheap as in any town in South
Our fellow-townsman "Bob" Dean ha
been confined to his bed by sickness thi
The county board of supervisors held s
meeting last Monday. There was a good
Mr. George Huggins. our popular chiel
of police, is having an addition built te
his meat market.
If hornets pester you sit down upon
them. We heard of a lady that once made
a "mash" on a hornet.
Mr. B. A. Walker. who has been quite
indisposed for the past week, is able to at.
tend to business again.
Mr. C. J. Lesesne has accepted a position
in J. W. McLeod's store, and he will be
glad to see his friends.
Died. yesterday morning, at her home
near Packsville, ~Mrs. Geddings, wife of
Do not fail to make your town tax re.
turns. The necessary return blanks car
be procured from the Times office.
-Mrs. Mary Clark and children, afte:
an extended visit to relatives in Manning,
has returned to her home in Sumter.
Cotton was a little off yesterday and the
day before, but it has recovered to-day
with every indication of a continued ad
A gentleman of this town offered to bet
fine hat that cotton would be selling ir
Manning for ten cents a pound before
Married, last Sunday, by Rev. E.. D
Wells, at the Packsville Baptist parsonage,
Miss Lula Geddings and State ConstablE
The nicest line of fresh candies to be
found at Brockinton's.
There will be an ice cream festival net
Friday evening, 11th inst., at Silver for the
benefit of the Methodist church. The pub
lie is cordially invited.
Eor that torpid liver try "Thedford'
Black Draught" at Brockinton's.
Every subscriber to the Times should in
terest his neighbor to become a gubscriber
The more subscribers we have the bettei
newspaper we can give you.
Plant rye ! get your seed from J. W. Me
A man who will ride five miles to a post
office ju-st to sponge his neighbor's news.
paper will run a setting ken oft her nest ix
August to get a chance to sell the eggs.
For writing paper, pens and ink, at the
lowest prices, go to Brockinton's.
One of our bicycle girls sent off for
safety, and now she goes about pouting be
cause she received one of those pieces of
jewelry with which baby's bloomers arn
held in place.
Do you know that the best 5c cigars ox
the market are to be found at Brockinton's.
Call at the Times office and get a towr
tax blank. The town returns must he
handed in to Mr. Louis Appelt, the acting
clerk, by the 20th instant or the penalt:
will be attached.
Gilt-Edge Dressing is the best for ladies
and children's shoes. At R. B. Loryea.
Married, last Wednesday evening, at the
Methodist church in Greenville, Miss
Sarah Chick Wallace and Rev. Presto:
Bookter Wells. The groom is a son of the
late Dr. R. Newton Wells.
"Pick Leaf " smoking tobacco, 10ce
package, at Brockinton's
We will take pleasure in publishing the
"merit rolls" of any school in the county,
and we will request teachers in sending
their rolls, that they be sent so as to reach
us not later than Tucsdays.
Splendid line of briar and apple pipes at
R. B. Loryea's.
The beautiful notes of " Liberty Bell
greet the ear from a piano up the street.
This piece of musie is being played all
over the nation, and it is the finest ever
composed for secular music.
How about that pair of spectacles you arn
needing so bad ? Now is your time to get
them at Brookinton's.
A ten-gallon keg of corn whiskey marked
"Diamond S" and way-billed to Manning
was captured in Columbia last week b;
constable Tom Carroll. The liquor was
shipped from Marion, N. C.
Try our "Only" Soap, only 5c a cake
.. B. Loryea, the druggist.
You may talk about th,- "'new woman
wearing bloomers, but those things won
begin to compare in looks to the Trilb:
pants that are tucked at the bottom worn
by our efficient county supervisor.
'-Red Rooster" smoking and chewing tc
bacco, 5c a twist, at Brockinton's.
Remember, the county treasurer will no
go over the county to collect taxes~ as here
tofore, and all of the collections will b
made at the court house. The books opel
next Tuesday. Pay early and avoid th
Last Saturday night the dwelling house -
of Mrs. Sarah Lyman at Packsville was de
stroyed by 1r, and the only things saved
were a trunk and two chairs. The unfor- I
tunate lady is a widow, and the loss is a
heavy one to her.
Last Saturday Captain James Wither
spoon, of the Fork, walked to Manning
from his home, a distance of eighteenE
miles. The Captain is seventy-three years
old and says that he will walk to Camden I
next month, a distance of thirty-five miles.
Dr. Clarendon Barron has formed a co
partnership with Mr. M. A. Strauss, and
they will conduct a drug business in the
hustling little town of Mayesville. Doctor
Barron is one of our boys and we feel satis
fied that he will sueceed in his new enter- B
prise. The girls say he is a handsome fel- ti
low but he is bow-legged. I p
Last Monday the sheriff sold the follow- b
ing tracts of land : At the suit of M. F.
Heller & Co. against J. M. Barrow, 85 aores
to Horace Harby for $25; at the suit of R. a'
0. Purdy and W. C. Davis against Victoria a,
Brock, 201 acres, to J. F. Bradham for $111; p,
at the suit of S. P. Brockinton against pi
John McIntosh et al.. 131 acres, to S. P.
Brockinton for $500. There was also a
tract of land, known as the Gee tract, sold m
for taxes to perfect a title.
Mr. J. Manning Lee. of the Fork section, l
sold in the Darlington tobacco market, last iv
Thursday, six hundred pounds is tobacco pc
and received an average of twenty-one tu
cents per pound, and Mr. . D. Thompson, oc
of the same section, on the same day sold tb
seven hundred and twenty-five pounds and
got an average of twenty and three-fourths D
cents per pound. Other farmers of the m
Fork section sold some of their tobacco in ui
the same market on the same day. T
U. R. Brooks, Clerk of Supreme Court,
upon the affidavit of B. Pressley Barron, fi
Esq., attorney for respondent, in accord- al
ance with Rules 1 and 2, entered an order m
dismissing the appeal for want of prosecu- i1
tion, with costs, in the case of Adolph F.
C. Cramer against Samuel J. Clark, defend
ant-appellant. The above case was tried I
before Judge D. A. Townsend in the Com
mon Pleas Court for Clarendon county at g,
Manning on the 19th day of October, 1894. es
When a man is called upon in a church J,
meeting to announce the subject of his fil
talk for the following Sunday and he fo
jumps up and says "Nineteen pounds of J
granulated sugar for $1.00 at my store" he hi
can be put down as having an eye to busi. hi
ness even in his absent-mindedness, but tb
when he gives as an excuse for being so L
absent-minded that his next door neigbbor E
got a good deal of advertising at the circus
we may then conclude that he is not care- S
ful where and when he gives vent to his th
Just received, at J. W. McLeod's, a cargo
of genuine red rust proof oats, also a fine sI
lot of seed rye. s1
The cheekiest thing that we have heard th
in some time was from a man who told us y<
that he did not like our position in politics a'
and this was the cause of his not having m
his name on our subscription list. We 5t
then politely asked him to pay the small w
balance due us before he became dissatis- fe
fied with our political position, and his
reply was that "we had gone back on him m
and he would go back on us, and that we so
could not collect it from him by law be- tt
cause he had nothing." We run our pen w
through his account and threw it into the tl
street to a billy goat. ti
Warnz.-A good milch-cow and five
bushels of sun-flower seed. Apply to the t
Times office for information. w
A rare opportunity is given the people of t1
this State to see the most wonderful show d,
of the world. Buflalo Bill's Wild West di
show will exhibit in Columbia on the 15th fa
instant and Charleston on the 16th instant. di
Those who saw this show at the World's
Fair say i i s worth the expense of a thou. sc
sand-mile trip to see it. Everybody that ci
can, should go and see this great show. it
Buffalo Bill with his exhibition has tra
versed the Atlantic many times, and the o1
immense crowds which greeted him speak fc
in the highest terms and say that it is the a
wonder of the present century. p
We have a beautiful line of hair, tooth,
and nail brushes, an. combs. Fine goods
at moderate prices. B. B. Loryea, the
The following is the list of prisoners in a]
the county jail and the charges against h1
them : Henry Reardon, murder; Monroe at
Peters, murder; Henry White. arson; Gus fr
Deas, burglary and larceny; William Dick- w
son, larceny and burglary; Win. Thomas, w
larceny of live stock; Pinckney Pearson, w
assault and battery; Solomon Hatfield,
burglary and larceny; Julius Thomas, lar- ai
ceny of live stock; Wilson Green, obtain- w
ing goods under false pretenses; Taylor, ti
Henry and Arthur Starke, larceny from tt
the field. There are a number of parties of
to be tried who are out on bond. The pi
probability is that the criminal court will s
last the whole week. si
Don't forget that Thomas & Bradham t
keep constantly oni hand a full line of bug- s~
gies, one and two horse wagons, the Buck-u
eye & Wood mowers and rakes ; also theh
best and cheapest line of harness in town. s
Be sure and see them before buying.t
Just received, fashionable and stylish ~
millinery at Mrs. L. Loyns. si
BUCKLEN'S ABIICA SALVE. C
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles or no pay required. It is guar- 14
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money si
rehded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by.
B. B. Loryea. 31
F'rom a letter *r1ten by Rev. J. Gunder
man, of Dimondale, Mich., we are permit
ted to make this extract: "I have no hesi
tation in recommending Dr. King's New S
Discovery, as the results'w~ere almost mar- T1
velous in the case of my wife. While I was J
pastor of-the Baptist church at Rives June- F
tion she was brought down with pneumonia A
suceeding L'i Grippe. Terrible paroxysms J
of coughing would Ist hours with little J
interuption and it seemed as if she could J
not survive them. A friend recommended (G
Dr. King's New Discovery; it was quick in J
its work and highly satisfactory in results." J
Trial bottles free at R. B. LORYEA'S J
Drug Store. Regular size bottles 50 cents S
ad $1.00. C
FOU1R BIG SUCCESSES.
Having the needed nierit to more than3
make good all the advertising claimed for C
them, the following four remedies have 3
reached phenomenal sale. Dr. King's New E
Discovery, for consnmption, Coughs and J
Colds, each bottle guaranteed-Electric Bit- A
ers, the great remedy for Liv- r, Stomach F
and Kidneys. Buckien's Arnica Salve, the I.
best in the world, and Dr. King's New Life V
Pills. which are a perfect pill. All these E
remedies are guaranteed to do just what is P
claimed for them and the dealer whose 3
name :s attached herewith will be glad to S
tell yon more of them. Sold at R. B. LOR- A
YEA'S Drug Store.3
AFTER MANY YEARS. s
A Colored Farmer Finally Throws Off
the Yoke of Indebtedness. o1
We happene-d to be in Levi's offce last ~
Fri day when Len Harvin, a colored farmer,.s
brought in some cotton and was settling A
his account. 'Ihe book-keeper, after seeing
what the cotton came to, announced that
Harvin had paid up his account in full
and had a balance due him, and then wentC
on and said that Harvin was now out of
debt with Mr. Levi for the first time in n
sixteen years. Hie not only paid up the b
balances from year to year, but his this 0
year's account also. As it tnrned out with
this colored farmer, so it is with a great
many other farmers, colored and white. tC
For years they have been burdened with fC
the yoke of debt, and the low prices of pro
duce kept them in a barely eisting condi
tion, and had it not been for the in
dulgences of the merchants starvation
would have been the result with many. I
The honest farmer realized his condition u
and this year stinted himself in order to is
get relief. The old saying that "he who '1
helps himself God will help" became a tru- p
-ism. Every mnan who has made an honest [i
effrt to pay his debts had the backing of
the merchants during the depression ad il
Sthe present increase of pric, of cotton emmne
'HE MANNINGr GUARDS.
ev. J. 0. Gough Presents the Hand
some Gold Medal for the Best
Drilled Member to
ERGEANT WILLIAM YOUNG
a the Presence of a Large Concourse
of People in a Neat and Ap
The regular quarterly prize drill of the
anning Guards took place on the Court
ouse square last Saturday afternoon in
e presence of a large concourse of peo
e, oonspicuous among which were many
The judges were Messrs. J. G. Beckwith
kd C. R. Harvin, both Citadel gradnates,
kd, of course, competent to decide the
ints made by the members of the com
After a few evolutions in the field move
ents Captain Davis brought his company
.composed of twenty-nine men, rank and
e-to a company front and halted them
front of the court house. The upper
rtico was crowded with ladies, who had
rned out to lend grace and charm to the
easion and to encourage the boys to do
When everything was in readiness Capt.
vis gave the boys the commands in the
anual, and, after going through the
imbers he asked the judges for a decision.
his sent to the rear Messrs. C. L. Itidgill,
C. Ridgeway, and A. S. Rawlinson. The
laces made by the retiring ones were soon
led up by an order to "close up," and
ray they went at it again, only to throw
essrs. J. N. McLeod, Mahoney. Chewn
g, Hodge, Brunson. Graham and Gard
ur into the awkward squad.
The third round caused Messrs. Frank
awlinson, J. F. Braham. Jayrowe, John
n, Jones, June and Joe McLeod to go to
ass. Things commenced getting inter
ting, and on the fourth round only
hmes Rawlinson and Tommie Tisdale were
ed. The fifth round proved too much
r Willie Johnson, and in the sixth W. C.
hnson had to leave the ranks to hunt
s "bubba" Willie, who had just preceded
m. George Bradham was dropped in
e seventh round, and Sergeant Willie
wis followed in the eighth, leaving
'illie Young the triumphant victor.
The boys were again drawn up line, and
>rgeant Young was ordered to march to
e front. Chaplain J. 0. Gough presented
m with the handsome gold medal in the
llowing appropriate speech :
Dn't think, young gentlemen, that I
all tire your patience with an extended
eech. I have no speech to make. You,
is afternoon, have decided the contest
iu have made the speech; yon have
rarded the prize. Hence, it only re
aina for me to congratulate you upon your
ecess. But before I deliver to you this
ell-deserved medal of honor let me say a
w words to those who tried, but failed.
I have watched with eager delight every
ovement that you have made, and let me
,y to you(not by way of flattery,for did I not
ink so, far be it from me ever to say such
ords), but as far as I am able to judge
ough myself not skilled in military tac
rs-that yours is a well-dnilled oompany,
deed. I love a contest, and I have come
me after time upou these grounds to see
ho would, reach the "gould." Life- itself
a contest, and he only wins who, with
at heroic courage rushes out into its mad
mning conflict and wins the well-fought
y. But, young comrades, you who have
lien short of your cherishad hopes,
>n't grow discouraged.
In years past and gone you learned
mewhere that "if at first you don't suc
ed, try, try again." What this young
an has done you can do.
I have in my study the life of a man who
ice walked gie streets of New York with
rty.five cents in his pockets, but who had
determination in his heart. Securing a
sition in a store he worked until he se
red $1,000; then, placing it in a bus.
ess of his own, lost everything in
ec day. Going back to the bed
ck, he rose once more to about $35,000,
d by one unfortunate act lost it
I, and, a debt of $25,000) overshadowing
m. he was placed behind the jail bars,
ad upon those bars he wrote: "Ten years
om now Charles Broadway Rouss will be
orth a million." And he was. His life
as written to tell other young men that
hat he had done they could do.
So let us not be discouraged. Patience, toil
ad untiring zeal will win the honor. And
hile I have the honor to deliver to you
1s medal as the "best drilled man" in
tis company, let me say that I am proud
-your succe-s; I am proud of this com
my; and I deliver to you this, I might
,y, a reward for patience and toil. I have
en you upon these grounds time after
me, and upon your brow I could read : "I
all win." And you have won. I would
ge you to go forth in your efforts. You
ave a captain, not in name only, but in
>irit and in touch. Rally around him.
bey his commands, and go forth, each
ying to make himself the best drilled
an in the company, and under the leader
tp of your captain make yours the best
illed company in the State of South
Court convenes in Manning October
Ith. Hon. R. C. Wat-:s is the pre
ding judge. The following are the
.H. Johnson, Fereston.
T. E. Tisdale, Manning.
.N. McLeod, Davis' Station.
eorge H. Dukes, Benbow's.
. J. Barrett, Summerton.
.H. Harvin, Panola.
.J. Gardner, Manning.
.B. Richardson, Fulton.
T Buddin, New Zion.
. Brailsford, Panola.
W. McLeod, Manning.
.M. Lee, Manning.
'eorge WV. Smith, Pinewood.
.H. Dingle, Summerton.
J. Coulliette, Panola.
ohn P. Felder, Panola.
.C. Turberville, Seloc.
.L. Griffin, Pinewood.
ames McD. McFaddin, Manning.
.M. Davis, Benbow's.
.R. F. Baker, Packsville.
.W. Touchberry, Packsville.
arper Johnson, New Zion.
M. Hicks, Jordan.
rod Stukes, Manning.
.S. Corbett, Jordan.
J. Tomlinson, Workman.
T. I. McLeod, Alcolu.
.K. Beatson, Packsville.
B. Mouzon, Manning.
ames A. Burgess, Foreston.
B. Gibson, Manning.
G. Plowden, Maning.
.M. McKenzie, Sandy Grove.
To remove the constipated habit, the
ly safe treatment is a course of Ayer's
ills, followed by a inxative diet. Most
her cathartics do miore harm than good.
erefore leading physicians recommend
yer's Pills, especiaiy as a family physic.
ROLL OF HONOR
f the Summerton Graded School.
To be on the roll of honor pupils-must
>t be absent during the maonth; must not
tardy; must make ninety per cent and
rer on all recitations and examinations.
he following is the roll of honor for the
onth ending October 4, 1895 :
Miss Lillian Cantey, Miss Fannie Creigh
n, Miss Edith Coskrey, Miss Rhoda Shu
rd and Crosswell Raigin.
M. WV. PEuURIoY, l'rinci-pal.
[a. M. WV. PEvUBIoY, Primary and Music.
IN YOUR BLOOD
the cause of that tired, languid feeling
hich afflicts you at this season. The blood
impure and - has become thin and poor.
bat is why you have no strength, no ap
etite, cannot sleep. Purify your blood
'ith Hood's Sarsaparilla, which will give
on an appetite, tone your stomach, and
avigorate your nerves.
Hood's Fille are easy to take, easy in ac
Can Xake a Big lavi
You Go to the Right I
for Your Goods.
is as you ever laid your eyes apo.
-iate superior good. If you want I
pay call at our store. We have
ting, Boots, Shoes, Hats. Cape
;et ahead of you, but cons and 9
and avoid the rush. Below we o
L'here is no need of talking to you abol
roceries, for every one knors that we sa
eadquarters for staple and fanoy g
ries. We keep the bestgrades of
aanned Mock Turtle Soup,
Try the celebrated
Missing Link Tobaooo,
Beat in town.
he proof of a good cigar is la the smol
ing thereof; so. if you come t Mat
ing, try our famous
and'enjoy a good smoke.
We have a big tie of shoes for mn, boy
ladies, misses and girZs at very Io
prices. A large line ef brogans aos
stantly on hand. We*eep the eelo
brated ZEIGLER shoe for !odi.
which can not be surpnssed In beauta
style and Anish. They must be a
to be appre=iated.
Y OUR MONOGRAM PICKL
hen you eome to Manning be sure a
re us acal. Polite andl attetive sl
in always in attendaes.
AY THE NlGNEST PRIE FOR 80
Last week my address was to th
adies, but I do not want you t
hink that I am unmindful of you
ieeds,- and now I want to eal yo1
ttention to a few things. I do ac
arry groceries, and can, thereforo
ford to handle the very beat In th
My clothing line is the naoet s
ect that has everbien brought I
he Manning market, and pr;Ies al
reryfow. I have
Smooth and Rough Cheviots,
Clay Vi orsteds,
Etc., in the latest styles and pries
o suit four-cent cotton, to say, nqtl
ng of what It is bringing this yeal
[can sell a full suit-coat, pants az
rest-at from $3.50 up.
Come in and let me At you u]
ind if I can not please you out<
tock, have about
~hat -you may select from, and wi
ave a suit or any piece made I
Gents' Mackintosh Coat.
re very fashionable. I have them.
lTS' SUITS AT FROM ONE 3l1AW U
I have also the nicest line of hai
hat you ever saw, ranging fromi
ents up. Buy you a nice Alpli
ill the rage this season. Gents' an
bildren's caps from 25 eents upwar<
Come in and examine my line
rents' undershirta, drawers, whii
ind woolen shirts, collars, .uf
andkerchiefs, etc. Can sell you ti
BEST 50c WHITE SHIK
;hat you ever ser for 1;he mono:
ents' Canton drawers from 25 eon1
ip. Remember I handle the Pater
Blatio-Seam drawers and the Harr
wire buckle suspenders; also i
J. . C. collars and euffs.
roSrnF. R.&a. W. C. Di
R HME & DAVD$.
ATTORSEY8 A7 1.AW,
MANNING, S. C.
R.3. FRANK GEIGEB,
MANNING, 8. 0.
Office in Manning Hotel open from 9
n. to 12:30 p. m. and 2 to 5:30 p. m.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MANNING, 8. 0.
CiVIL ENGINEER axo SUBVIOR.
aing an experience of thirty seven real
ffers his professional services 5E the peoo
of Clarendon county. Satisfaction gasa
P. 0. KINiG8TRE. M. ?.
. A. RIGBY, I
Oar stook is new, affords great at
to get a little better article at a little
one of the most complete lines of
SFuynishing Goods, NotIons,
eleet vome of the many bargains we
[uote a few prices of our bargains.
at Geit's clothing........from $4.00 A suit up
I Youths' clothing......from $2.50 a suit up
Children's clothing..,. from 61.50 a suit up
A good eight-rib sateen -cvered um.
Lrella ...........................for 80c
A No. I sixteen-rib gingham ur.
Hats and Caps.
We keep the latest styles in Hats and
0aps for men, boys and girls from
10 cents to 50 cents.
Is this line ye ean show you beautiful de
signs in lamp. for the parlor. music
Poom. sitting room, dining room, bed
room and hallways at prioes within
the reach of'all. We also carry a large
line of Wbe glassware, such as goblets.
, tumblers. butter disbea berry dishes,
' and iany other articles usaly found
* in glassware.and erekbery stores.
A large assortMent of
Tine.s and Woodswere.
Harness. Saddles and Bridles.
ESd * *________
. S. AGBY,
UANNW. L 0.
-IHERE WE ARE,
9 on the platform we have
o1 promised our friends, to do a
1 strictly cash business and to
sell goods at very low prices
and immediately our trade
hap commenced to increase,
and why ? because those who
deal with us know that we
sellicheap for cash.
A man does himself an in
justice when he wants any
thing in clothing, dry goods,
Sboots, shoes, hats and caps,
fancy groceries, or anything
that can be found in a general
e, store, not* to examine our
stock, and only wastes time
going fronm store to store when
we can save him 25 per cent
on his purchases.
A large lot of silk umbrel
,las, slightly damaged, only
2. 45 cents apiece.
r. Gentlemen, I can't say
d much to you, but try and save
your money while you have a
chance, and that is by buying
your goods-of us.
If the ladies need any fine,
fancy, large cloak buttons, we
H have a splendid line of them.
05 For next two weeks we will
sell white meat at 6e per lb.;
guaranteed good or money re
funded. First-class smoked
P. bacon at 7c; better prices on
SW. FASS, Manapr,
; PPOSITE COURT HOUSE.
4JUST A MOMENT
OP YOUR TIME I
We have just received a supply of
the "Only" Soap; it cleanses and
Spolishes gold, silver and plated ware,
glass, china, mirrors, windows, brass,
copper,-nickel, tin and all metals;
Sand, in addition to this, It is an ex
e ellent soap ; and, best of all, it sells
at 6tly 5 cents a cake.
I!Br1inint Gold Paint (only 25 eentas
is~eeienut for giding frames, fancy
'" baskets, metallic ornaments, brack
ts et, furniture, etc. Try it, and you
t will be pleased.
5 Our Varnish Stains have given gen
eral satisfaction for making old fur
niture look as- good as new ; we have
them in eoechola, cherry, oak and
Iwalnut ; half-pints, 20ec; pints, 35.
We have a full stock of pure, fresh
and delicious candles, wh'feh we are
If you want pure drugs always go to
U. , LOR YEA,
- successor to 5. Q~. Dinkins a Co.
-W H 3 YOU COME
TO TOWN CALL AT
- which is fitted up with an
eye to the comfort of his
customers... .. ..
iN AL, S'TLEs,
SH AM POOIN~G
Done with neatness and
A cordial invitation
A. B. GALLOWAY.
S. A. RIGBY,
MANNING, S. O.
We offer you as nice a line of goo
tractions to buyers who can appre4
lower price than you expected to
Dry Goods, Groceries, Clotl
You ever saw. Don't let any one I
offer for the cash. Come early
This department is complete, and we
ire selling the goods at rock-bottom prices.
We have a beautiful line of
Dutings................ .....at fc and 8o c
linghams, in dress and apron
styles..................... at 5c and 7c
rown suitings. the thing you
want for children's dresses.... So
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
en's laundered shirts........from 50c up
Think of it.
Jen's unlaundered thirtb....from 30a to $1
Hen's drawers................from 15c up
We have the best automatic seamless
half-hose for 6 cents you ever saw.
L large assortment of collars and cuffs,
andkerchiefs. neckties and gloves at pop
lar prices. Come and examine goods.
In this department you will find bed
preads. white and colored; threads, pins, I
eedles, stationery, plain and fancy hair.
ins, combs, doylies, table cloths, soaps
n all the latest styles for hands and face,
aces, velvets, ribbons, towels, ladies'
nderwear, colognes, inks, pens, pen
2olders and lead pencils, silk and linen
anderchiefs, and many other notions.
* * - T
S. A. RIGBY, gi,
MANNING, S. 0. mn
WE * **
CALL - - -
* * ATTENTION
o a line of goods that must com
nand your notice, as you are no
loubt: needing them on account of
,he approaching winter.
We are offering our line of dry
;oods, clothing and shoes so cheap
hat it puts them within the reach of
We offer you a beautifuliline of 84
nehl dress cashmeres in all1 the pop
lar shades at 16*e per yard ; silks
ad velvets to trim.
We offer you a line of very de
irable dress cashmeres, 38 inches
ide, in all of the newest shades
he ones that always sold for 30c per
rard-at the very low price of 20c
e'r yard ; silks and velvets to trim.
We offer you a magnificent line of
8-inch dress cashmeres in a com
lete line of colors-the ones that
re always :sdld for 50c per yard-at
nly 40c; silks and velvets to trim. I
We offer you one of the best lines
f ladies' cloth ever shown in the
own-all wool and one yard wide
mlv 30c per yard, always sold for
iOe; call and secure this grand bar
ain; it beats anything in the dress
Ladies, our lines of outings, ging
ars, calicoes and suitings are the
rettiest we have ever had, and at
ries that you can't afford to miss ;
vii and see them anyway ; we will
e glad to show you.
We call your attention to a line ;of
eans at 10c per yard that will surely
pen your eyes if you come and ex
Our line of 25c jeans that we only
ask 20e for beats anything in the
narket for the money.
When you want stuff for making
lue pants here is the place to come;
ur line of pants stuffs at 35e, 50c
nd 60c per yard are certainly cheap
ror the money.
Gents, we offer you a line of elo
hing that must command your at
bention for the small sum of moneyc
e ask for them.
A very nice wool sack suit for only
8; worth $8.50.
A very nice all-wool sack suit at
~8.5; worth $10.
Children's knee-pants suits, 7 to 9
years, only 900 per suit.
When you want clothing give me :
all and let me name you prices.
Remember, we keep on hand a
Large line of all kinds of sehool*
ooks at publishers' priees ; educate
or children ; it is better than
giving them houses, land or money. 1
Ladies, we have a large lot of
nitting cotton on hand at only 200c
per pound; worth 25c, as cotton is so:
igh, but we only ask you 200.
We earnestly invite you to call and:
see us when you come to town.
W. E. JENKINSGN.
OHN S. WILSO),
AUorney and Counselor at Lawo,
MANNING, S. C.
Lockhart, Tex., Oct.1.5, 1889.
Mesrs. Paris Medicine Co., Paris. Tenn.:
Dear Sirs: Ship us as soon as possible 2
gross Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. My
rastomers want GroreN Trasteless4 Chill
'onic eand will not have any otber. In our
zperience of over twenty years in the drug
business we never sold any medicine which
ave such universal satisfaction. Yours re
spectfully, J. IS. Bnowsx~ & Co
No cure. no pay. Sold by Loryen. the
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is a perfect
kMalarial Liver tonic and Blood purifier.
Removes biliousness without purging. As
pleasant as Lemon Syrup. It is as large
us any dollar tonic and retails for 50 cents.
To get the genuine ask for Greye's. Sold
on its merits. No cure. no pay. For sale
iWedesaay-ct. 1 and 2
;e days, and join the crowd to
Dress Goods and Tdrnngs
rr TO SUMTFR.
bose. Wha ever Dress Stuffs
re, with the prices pushed down
The fullest, richest and time
3ndor of our stock others of this
Sound of these Prices.
A Handkerchief Revelation.
Such handkerchief prices .will set
any one ito thinking, and the more
you know of handkerchiefs the more
100 dozen ladies' white embroidered
initial handkerchief, the 15-cent
75 dozen ladies' pure linen real hem
stitched, largesize, worth 15c. .for loC
50 dozen ladies' all-wool gauntlet
gloves, worth 35eents........for 19C
20e seamless mattings........for 15C
25e seamless mattings........for 1ge
30c seamless cotton-warp mattingafor 20C.
35c seamless damask mattings......for 22C
Window shades, complete........for 19C
Curtain poles and fixture-.......... 19C
All newest patterns,
from 15 cents up.
For the Newest and Best Goods,
Latest styles and lowest prices buy Om
The Paace Dry 6oods Empode
Now ready. All the latest style in
Hats and Trimmings.
Prices to please everyone.
hen Visiting Suter,
med firm is pleased to inform the
ts large and well-assorted stock is
it Sumter again.
found in a dry-goods store can bf
elieved, will wear black, and there
goods to the exclusion of a large
In fact, nothing adds more to
ich is alike economical and ultra
b~ove twenty cents is guaranteed to
I above all, new and fresh.
Miss Mattie DuPont, whose
11 known and need. no further men
be used in this department, and are
prompt attention of capable sales
forwarded to any address upon ap
THE PALACE DRY
Oct.1 and ZTuesday an
Try and visit Sumter on the.
Soe thc Grandest Display of
SPICK AND SPAN,
New as a Fresh-Opened I
you care for is waiting you he
to a point you do not suspect
liest assortment we ever had.
To the immensity and spli
citr may be contrasted but no
Will Be Pleased at the
L mee Fruit of the Loom Bleach. yard
wide............. ............at 7c
L eae Bleach, yard wide; the 8-cent
Beat Calico, full widths, in navy blues,
faney dressstyles, mourning*, etc.,
the 7-cent goods................at 5c
1000 yards best Outings ; bear in mind,
the 10-cest quality..............at 7C
M0 yards bautiful ginghams, not the
kind old by other dealerv, but the
8-eent kind..... .......at 5C
000 yards navy-blue Ducks; they
should be 8c and 1oc, but we say.. 6C
15 pieces good Canton flannel. worth
8 cents.............. ..... ....at 5c
0 bales good check Homespuns; just
to make a noise we say ........ 4c
ioslk S 8e8satio,
The one we are selling at
25. the yard is a beauty.
ALL PURE SILK.
15 piees any wafst silks at...... 29C
5 piec faay waist silks, worth 75
ad just this way all through.
We own our stock at the lowest prices
pods ever eached, and you shall have
heM at just such prices.
Sepply Your Wants of Us.
Now ready. The ladies all know the cL
of work we turn out.
Price foo making suit.......0
ake Our Store Your Headquarters #
The management of the above-in
people of Clarendon county that
now in, and cordially invites you tc
In the Solomon Block when you vis
and in fact anything expected to be4
found at this well-appointed establi
* if the :fashion plates are to be I.
never was such a demand for blael
per centage of the colored faabries.
the Beaty and Dignity of a Won
than a handsome black gown, wi
In this department everything a
be all-wool, no cotton mixtures, an<
on the ,first floor is directed by
abilities in this line are already we
tion. The standard patterns will
also for sale at the counters.
All mail orders will receive th<
men, and samples will be cheerfully