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PU~BLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNEESDAY, OCT. 30, 1895.
If You Want One of the Best and
Lightest-running Sewing Machines
on Earth Buy the New Home-We
Will Sell You One Cheap 'or the
5000 yards quilt remnant calicos,
colors warranted to stand, only 2;c
per yard; worth Sc.
Ldies, when you want a stylish
winter dress, call and see our line of
crepons. 314 inches wide and war
ranted fast colors, at only 10c per
yard; beats anything that has been
brought to this town this season:
you cannot buy them anywhere else
for less than 12ic.
Gents, if you want a nice all-wool
suit at $6, $7.50, $8.50 and $10, here
is the place to get them.
Remember those school-boy jeans,
wool-filling, at 20c per yard, worth
25e. is just sweeping the country.
200 pairs of ladies' pebble grain
button shoes, all leather, at only
$1.15 per pair.
When you want a barrel of the
best flour for the least money give
me a call; here is the..place to get it
A large lot of red rust-proof oats
at 60c and 75c per bushel.
Yours for a New Home,
W. E. JENKINSON.
Cotton sold in Manning at 8;c a pou nd
Mr. B. A. Walker is up and at his busi
Mrs. I). U. Reaves returned home from
Georgia to- day.
Mr' V. S. Harvin had the misfortune to
lose a fine family horse yesterday.
We are under obligations to Robert A.
White for a bunch of hanadsome turnips.
Dr. D. D. Sa'ley of Edisto has been
spending a few days with friends in town.
The State fair begins November 11th,
and the railroads r-e to have reduced rates.
Mr. B. A. Johnson's heavy-stepping
mule was carried to the boneyard this
Give our ad- ertisers the preference when
you want to do business. They deserve it
because they are soliciting it.
Thnomas & Bradhlm have just put in a
"hello" macine which connects their
stables with the dept), and Alcoln.
A bunch of Le.,s has een found and left
at this offie. Tha owner efn have same
by iifor A1 decribing them.
Hon. Jau-. Al. Sprott has been confined
to his b.i the convention took
a recess, :and is. ui: serionsly ill.
The case of ,. A. Ri;;by against Francis
Logan is in the 5n.reme Court and is
docketed to be h rd January end, i896.
A dwellingo house belonging to Mr. J. W.
McLeol wis <hstroyed by fire in Florence
Thursiey night. It was insured partially.
Effi-rts are being made to estblish a post
office~ be.tween Panola and Silver, to be
called Felder, and we think it will suc
Hion. J. W. Kennedy of Salem sold to
bacco in Timmronsvi!!e recentIy - 518
pounds for $S0.44, about 15[ cents per
It is estimated by those who have an
opportunity of knowing, that the cotton
crop in this cctron crop is at least 40 per
The treasurer, auditor, Echool commis
'ner and sunervisor for the past few
S ee 'quite busy making up the
From private sources we have informa
tion that no extentin in the coilection of
taxcs will be granted this year. So pay
now while you can.
The Wilscons oost ofiee will soon be in
ae -v ,n. Mr. Jnns M. Strange was
appaned post master in the place of Mr.
Walter Burgess~, resigned.
Mr. A. L. Barron, Pinewood's enterpris
ing merchant, was in town last Monday,
and his brighbt smnile is an indication that
everything is well with him.
Cs.t. W. H. Chapman, for malny years a
fregne:.t v:aion to this town, representing
grocery houses in Charleston, died sudden
ly last Saturday at Denmark
Died, last Friday. at the residence of
Capt. Ruthven Plowden in the Fork, Miss
Elizabeth Plowden, an aged sister of Cap
tains Edgar and Ruthven Plowden.
Readers, the tax books are open for the
eollection of county and State taxes. Do
not wait until you spond your money for
other things before von pay your taxes.
Treasurer Bowman is not kept very busy
signing tax receipts. The largest tax
payers, we presume, are holding off for the
last day and then there will be a great
An infat danghter of Mr. and Mrs.
Riley S. Tenning diedl last Sandav morn
ing after a .ong . . iigering illness. The
interment took~ piaee in the >Ianning em
Do not forget to be in at the chance to
get a first- las' sewing macbine. Some
bod-; w'il by having their subscription
paid up to March 1st, 1896, get this excel
lent ad aaeful premium.
Mr. B. P. B-r.dva of Paeksville had
the nmisfortun' to lose r. fi:ne muc~h cow~
last Moud-v .,'h mother of the dead (cow
tooh the moth'ies calf', a is now nurs
igit asi it wre her own.
Pic Leaf" s~noking tob~acco', i10X a
paci.;ge, *-t IUrc I ton's.
In.mtiig the names of the lawyers
enaedi te homaicide case last week we
unintertione!! omined to mention that
R. ... a.:ar. Eq., represen~ted Henry
fledin 1n he ade. a capital speech for
aig"blue i/ :-o cal'y 5c. at R.
Ia' ..'iuni .wito ec 1 C,>lumbia
Fe'm~le ,,.ge w..l .ave a reaaon in co
anda T.'dely ei :i:.g.November P o,
the wi. h~v a < e;,tonan I a h ancjund
i ....re coshlt:::& ball.
foun at Br3oc'kinan'.
EBrnen . h ac by I Man V.
W. MicRoy ':, e' crdi to the O-'w---' tat:
sm- bnt irC inf ota town '' &i a-' 1 grel
to~ its bsanty iand Welfare
we :e ents for Gtrrm's b. omn-i
ca- t% . .B. Lor:a ..ie .r. 4 -
ri.- o oatsa or rye ?: . r
Hueoc iEcby'. advertiseurm
coit liii. His nt as are to -. -..
n~'uriter. n t. .-. ..A
Ihe onestion is ofnen askei of us "is
there such a thing a illicit ahisky sel:ing
in Manning ?" We do not believe there i,
to any great extent. There may be a, few
persons, whit anl black, who are uakin-g
atturday ni.ht and nadlay barrooms of
thir persons, but they are sulc that a man
w have to be hard pashed to get a
drink, to buT from them: because a man
low enough to make a barroern of his pei
son is low nool to mal&.e u'p any kind of
a mxtur and .-11 it for whisky, tiere
fore he will not be trusted to any extent.
It is alvav pleasant to grasp the hand
of that genial and popuhlr knight of the
road., Mr. Morris Clark, representing the
firm of Welihouse & Sons, Atlanta, Ga.
They are among the largest paper dealers
in the United States, and are exceedingly
fortunate in having Mr. Clark to repre
sent them. Last Saturday he was here, and
his hearty laugh and good-humored jokes
soon brought his friends out to greet hi.,.
He is alwas welcome to Mnning and
our latch string remainS hanging on the
outside for so great and good a ian as he.
The "Only" s-an is a spenkdi j-iisher.
Try it. Only 5e a cake. I. B. L 'ryta,
Reports come to u, that destructive tigers
are roaming in and around Remini and it
is said they are net even bind. We do
not sc wbvh the-e dangerous animals are
allowed to prowl about in a decent coninu
nity. Do not the law-abidin-, citzens of
that sect'on know that iany of the patrons
of these ti .s get their "wherewith" from
the f - :a , and corn houses of the
legiaho? The last on.e of these
trs 'oidd be treated as outlaws and
captured and the full penalty of the law
put to each and every one cf them. We
are told that two negroes and three white
men are openly selling whiskey in that
section and it must be stopped.
How abort that pair of spectacles you are
nceding so bad ? Now is your time to get
them at Brociinton's.
We bad eecasion to visit L. W. Folsom's
jewelry store in Sumter last week and the
many oretty articles in jewelry and silver
ware fairly'be wildered us. We can safely
say that Folsom's establishment is one of
the handsomest and best equipped in
South Carolina. If you want to purchase a
birthday, wedding. or holiday present,
Folsom's is the place to get it. His store
would do credit to a city ten times the size
of Sumter, and Mr. Folsom deserves much
credit for having so successfully established
his business, because it proves conclusively
that honest dealing, together with an in
telligent understanding of the wants of the
people. is what is appieiated by the pur
Editor J. L. Montgomery of Marsha
(1.) Democrat states that for many years
L:e sntred unteld agoa: from dyspepsia.
At last he be:.:an to take Aver's .Sarsapa
rilla, and by the time he used six bottles he
was as well as ever. Cures others, will cure
In the opera house building in numter is
an establishment r'cently opened which
will be received with delight by the good
housewives thronghout the eounty. It is
the -China Hall," with Fredland & llogan
as proprietors. In this establishment
everythiag in the crockery, tinware, weod
and wilow-ware lines can be found, and at
very lov, prices. They also cairy a full
liue of stoves. Captain Freland, one of
the proprietors, is we:l known to many of
our readers, and we bespeak for him a
arge patronage in his new enterprise. Air.
Logan was for many vers a conimercial
traveler in the line the tirm is now en.ggod
ir, and he thoroughly understands the
bu.siness. We especially ask our lady
friends to not fail to visit the e-tabli-:hment
of Freeland & Rogan, and will assure them
of meetirg with gentlemn who will take
pleasure in showing them the many bean
titCi articles for house use in their store.
Florid.a water, large b~or tIes, only 25c, at
R. B. Loryea's.
Elsewhere our readers will find an ad
vertisement from the Samter tobacco ware
house, and we will state that the gentlemen
connected with this institution are not
only courteous, but they are brimful of
push and energy. They propose to make
Sumter the tobacco market for South Caro
lina, and already they have a warm place
in the hearts of orur Clarendon growers.
Mr. dohn A. Brogdon, the general man
ager, is a hustling bu~siness man, and if
puck and square dealing will do the work,
the Sumter tobacco warehouse will be a
grand success. Associatel with Mr. Brog
don is Mr. aleacham, the auctioneer, who
is a tobacco man from the ground up, and
he is heart and soul interested in th o work
of making the iastitution second to none
in the State. Mir. H. Clemi Moses has
charge of the weighing and the books, and
this alone is a sufficient guarantee to the
frmers of Clarendon. He is well known to
'our peophM, andi any words of commienda
tion froria us would be supedilous.
Fr. Err.-A nie four-room cottage.
Apply to D. M. UnAnn.
Ic another co'umn is the aanrtisement
of the Carolina Grocery conmpany. Thi
comprav are the successors ot' thiat well
known ~and reputable firm of Boyd
IBrothers. The coompany consists of Thos.
Wilson, president; John Wilson, secretary
and treasurer, and R. E. Jaques, manager,
and they propose to do a general whole
sale grocery business throughout this State.
Everybody in this county knows Uaptain
Thomas Wilson, and they know whenever
he takes ahold of anything it means busi
ness with a big "B." The manager of this
concern is well kno~wn to tmany people in
this and neighboring couinties as the man
who ntever forgets a face once seen or a
name once heard. hitr. JIaques is a veteran
grocery man, and is a hard worr. ThFle
secretary and treasurer of this comolany is
John Wilson, one of out own boy s, the son
of the president. He is a lawyer by pro.
fession,~which will add greatly' to the ef
Siciency in this new enterprise. We know
that we are voicing the sentimenits of the
peele of tis county in wishing tie Caro
lina Lirocery comupany a grana sacr'tos.
Ducknghami's Dye for the v;hh-lgrs can
be ppied whien at bomne, :l is u'i:crney
s-"e' foi in coiori::g a brovwn or black.
L .' "oe it gnat nopfl t':ity.
SE LLS BROTHERS'
Asoihn Aggregation and Their
-City of White Tents,
Vhc wil visit S:ter WVe.ln sday, No
ve .ber G, is unqus.tionably the larges:
how that -~a evr xhii ited in this eit".
Ma n!!ge t"ree-i.t cincus. dve-conti
nn' mernele, lity eages of rare wild
a-nils Th o' pir giat hippopo
tau, lie:51 s aand lionis. The
only11 :of fli.:gen riehs eer '-x
l *:3. ia o tie hes- .': rmong the
In v r-'aonr v:' : ' ii1'r~es ing0
in /,'ent . n.. .-:.. rn..w.. ' . 1adi
- 'it,'.wehm )nj-you cmri.r n,(' in.
a er wran wof b:. " -r ite thJic
n.:ni '. vM: r.nar . a.Ir the
D D AFNESS CA('NNOT0 C RED)
"7-- tcL - 't Hod s Sarsaparilla has done
for me. I had
oi rheumati3m in
my legsand fre
quently I h ad
-.to get up at
-night and walk
-k to relax the
V muscles. I also
trouble. I took
/r Hood's Sarsa
N / has cured the
& 4 ,ynd helped my
Pills are the best
\ I ever took." H.
A. MNrmvix, Sisters, Oregon. Remember
Is the One T:e Blood Purifier. $1.
o s I eYr to br, esy to tak,
hoo's ihS casyue ct. 25cents.
BETTER TIMES AHEAD.
-Retturn of a Prosperous Period for
Farmer and Merchant.
Look there yon may upon the streets of
Manning fron daylight to sundown, and
you will see the farmers bringing in their
cotton. The lots of th-, varions business
houses present an animnated and variegated
scene. The inrehants are kh-pt busy re
ceiving, wvighing and shipping the fleecy
staple, and the farnrs, who bring the
same to narket, scem to be a happy lot
some of them with a smile on their coun
tenance broad enough to stretch across two
bales of hay. One of them remarked that
he had always been a farmer and would
remain one from the rising of the sun to
the drying up of the Santee swamp, and
that that meant a good deal.
What a vast difference there is between
the farmer of last year and this. Last
season, when cotton was selling at four
and four and a half cents, he wore one of
those woe-begone, tired-feeling counte
nances that was something terrible to be
hold, and he seemed to have good reasons
therefore-cotton going down and down,
provisions remaining at the same old
prices, no prospects of bettering his con
dition, and no hopes of ever throwing off
the yoize of indebtedness. But this fall
all this is changed. He is as happy and
proud as a boy with a new pair of red
topped b:ass-tipped hoots, looks healthier,
has a pleasant smile for everyone he meets,
his stock looks fatter and sleeker, his
children-who had. almost become accus
tomed to wearing their every-day clothes
en Sundays-Can now wear their Sunday
clothes every day because he knows he is
now enabled to buy more, his good house
wife is happy from dawn to dusk, and does
her work with a light heart and singing as
merrily as a lark, and his larder is well
The reason for all this i; easily found.
Cotton is sellirg now at 8 cents, with a
fair chance ot its reaching ten cents before
Christmas, while provision, ciothing and
dry goods remain at almost the same
prices- if not lower-as last year.
Our merchants also have a happy-go
lucky smile fur everybody they meet, well
knowing that the farriwr in his prosperity
wCvill not forget to cal on thema :mad liquidate
his indebtedness, thus enabling them to
buy their goods direct from t'e manufact
urors for the cash inst-ad of bnying goods
on the long credit sy-tem and paying a
high rate of interest to the middleman.
Suitely an era of prosperity has set in in
Clareindon, ani long mlay it continue so,
for our farmnerst have had a long and dreary
siege of indebhtedn-ss hanging over them
tad have been right:ng hard and long
to keep~ the wolf from the door. But now
that good times seem to be ahead of us all,
let them not in this the hour of their
prosperity, good fortune and compara
tively nigh price of cotton, forget to sow
ots, and last, but not least, let them not
forget "'hog and hominy."
BUCKLEN'S AR~NICA SALVE.
Thr- best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped bands, 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
Those who have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know its value, and those who
have not, hav? now the opportunity to try
it Free. Call on the advertised Druggist
and get a Trial Bottle, Free. Send your
name andI address to HI. E. B3ucklen & Co.,
Chicego, and get a sa'upie box of Dr.
King's New Life Pills Free, as well as a
copy of Guide to Health and Household In
structor, Free. All of which is guaranteed
to do you good and cost you nothing.
At I. B. Loryea's drugstore.
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen &
Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of
Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will
convnce you of their merits. These pills
are easy in action, and are patrticularly ef
feetive in the cure of constipation and sick
hadac~ehe. F-or malaria and liver troubles
they vne teen proved invaluable. They
-re gua~ranteed to be perfectly free from
eery deleterious substance and to be pure
lv dgetable. They do not wveak.n by their
'ton, but by giving tone to stomach and
bmel gre 'iy invigirate tihe system. Reg
ulatr ize 25c. per ibar. Sol dby R. B.Lor
THE MANNING ACADEMY.
The following pupils merited the medals
for the week endingt Oct. 25:
Cocegiate. D.avid hr! an; higher, Her
mion Jenkinsont and John Cuttino; inter
mdte, TUrn im Strnu~e; primary, Alber
ti Loyns, Julius Clark and Lizzie Wil
IT-e condch t ma-al wa.: voted to Cam
ie : itl
Thie students of the acardemy are doing
ex.-l-nt wvorjk, and especially in penman
shpisie imuprovement noted. Letter
vrtig r-eceives sp)eciaa ttentiocn.
E. C. ALSBRooE.
Twe-ntv-five hors-s andl mares, which will
be sold to nmeet cam petition. We have a
nice- ;-sou at of brood mares, bug gy
horse-a an-i draft horses. Co me ad blt
at our stock, and! we know you will buy if
you need any.- Every horse guaranteed.
Taos~- AS d BcAnuar.
Tihe Confedr- t 1 :: erans of the Hiarry
Den-tow Ca';p w 'ill m:t in lianning Sat
';vd iv-. N-x- -c-er . for the p;urpose of
-.AS 12:. Counmandier.
S. JT. Pow:.m:, Aijiut..it.
Fretsh ecljdis alwavs on h-tnd. I. B.
Loya, t be druggist.
Fo ~r wri:.u me,~ r. pn:,n an.1 in k, at the
low-tpre.sgo t- rockinlt''s.
D- --.,u I-now th.: i!h- :..st 5e e-igars on
th ~re are to lie foWc. 1 at Troc-kinton's.
D. M -r::ham's u ie llh-r is in opera
of- i.;nun -e ru, a~s i
lot Of se-deve
Phuic rye ig-t >-:u z- 'a -. W- ec
A lot of good secon :a-i t'iZ:-- ir d
harness for less tha2 :af e Ccci
quick before they are aU .IL wm *Lx
- . P zo
S. A. RIGBY,
MANNING, S. C.
We offer you as nice a line of go(
tractions to buyers who can appr
lower price than you expected tc
Dry Goods, Groceries, Clo
You ever saw. Don't let any one
offer for the cash. Come early
This department is complete, and we
are selling the goods at rock-bottom prices.
We have a beautiful line of
Outings................ .....at Sc and Sc
Ginghams, in dress and apron
styles......................at 5c and 7c
Crown suitings, the thing you
want for children's dresses.. .. 5c
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Men's laundered shirts........from 50c up
Think of it.
Men's unlaundered ,hirts. ...from 30e to $1
Men's drawers..... ......from 15c up
We have the best automatic seamless
half-hose for 5 cents you ever saw.
A large assortment of collars and cuffs,
handkerchiefs, neckties and gloves at pop
ular prices. Come and examine goods.
In this department you will find bed
spreads, white and colored; threads, pins,
needles, stationery, plain and fancy hair
pins, combs, doylies, table cloths, soaps
in all the latest styles for hands and face,
laces, velvets, ribbons, towels, ladies'
underwear, colognes, inks, pens, pen
holders and lead pencils, silk and linen
handerchiets, and many other notions.
S. A. RIGBY, ~
MANNING, S. C.
That Will Make the Impossible Pos
sible - Cash Is the Thing That
Will Make Goods Cheap When
Everything Else Fails to Do It.
When you want dry goods, shoes,
hats and clothing give us a call with
the cash, and we will sell you just as
cheap as you can buy in Charleston,
Columbia, Sumter or any other town
in the State, for we buy for the cash
and buy in large quantities, and we
sell for the cash and we sell cheap.
Just receiv-ed a large lot of crepons
-31k inches wide-only 10c per yard,
worth 15c ; the cheapest and prettiest
goods brought to this town this
season ; call and see them and be
convinced ; I know a bargain when I
Just received a large lot all-wool
serges and brilliantines for ladies'
skirts and dresses from 35c to 50c per
yard; call and see them.
The greatest bargain yet :200 pairs
of ladies pebble-grain button shoes
for every-day wear ; guaranteed
solid leather out-and-out; only $1.15;
they can not be had anywhere else
for less than $1.50 ; this is a bargain;
you will say so when you see these
Ladies, if you want one of the best
nd lightest running sewing ma
chines on earth, call and get the
light-running New Home ; we are the
agents for them, and have a number
on hand; will sell them low down
for the cash ; we sell them only for
the cash, and you know that word
Remember that we keep a very
large lot of school books on band all
the time, and will sell .them to you
at just what they wvill cost you in
Attention, farmers ! wake up ! We
have now on hand a large lot of red
rust proof oats at only 60c per bushel;
we also have in stock a large lot of
red rust proof oats-the finest that
the market can produce, at only 75e
per bushel; these oats are very fine
Remember, friends, that we keep
on hand a large lot of plug tobacco
all the time.
Our "INo Tariff," at 25e per pound;
our "It's Good," at 35c per pound;
our "Red Juice," at 40e per pound,
and our "Annie McLeod," at 40c per
pound, are goods that cannot be beat
in this town or any other town in the
State for the money we ask for it ;
try us when you want good tobacco
for small money.
Call and see us when you want the
best barrel of flour for the smallest
sum of money ; wve have it for you.
When you want
fresh butter, cheese, crackers
we have these articles cheap for the
Try some of our fresh fruit jelly at
c per pound, and you will be con
vinced that we sell cheap.
Tours, for the cash,
W. E. JENKINSON.
OHN 8. WILSON,
Atorney and Counselor at Law,
MANNING, S. C.
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER,
MANNING, S. C.
Ofice in Maning Hiotel open from 9 a.
ni. to 12:30 p. m. :.nd 2 to 5:30 p.- m.
JosEPH E. Rnm W . C.- D~vs
R l HAME & AVIS
ATTOPXEYS AI LAWI,
2IANNIDG, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
UA\*NNIlG S C.
Can Make a Big Saving
You Go to the Right Pla
for Your Goods.
)ds as you ever laid your eyes upon. C
,ciate superior good. If you want to
pay call at our store. We have on
hing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, I
get ahead of you, but come and sele
and avoid the rush. Below we quo
There is no need of talking to you about
groceries, for every one knows that we are
headquarters far staple and faney gro
cries. We keep the best grades of
Canned Mock Turtle Soup,
Try the celebrated
Missing Link Tobacco,
Best in town.
The proof of a good cigar is in the smok
ing thereof; so, if you oeme to Man
ing, try our famous
and enjoy a good smoke.
We have a big line of shoes for men, boys,
ladies, misses and girls at very low
prices. A large line of brogans eon
stantly on hand. We keep the cele
brated ZEIGLER shoe for ladies,
which can not be surpassed in beauty,
style and finish. They must be seen
to be appreciated.
RY OUR MONOGRAM PICKLES
Vhen you come to Manning be sure and
ive us a call. Polite and attentive sales
ien always in attendance.
PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR GOTT
I intonded having a good deal to
say this week about my numerous
stock of notions, and to quote some
notions, but I shall only have time
to enumerate a few articles and to
say that these are not half, and
that I will sell them at the very
In the way of corsets I have the
famous R. & G. at 75c and$1; Thomp
son's glove-fitting at $1, R. & H. in
medium and extra lengths, abdom
inal and nursing corsets, misses' cor
sets, and, in fact, corsets from 25
Ladies' black, tan and brown hose;
men's black, brown and tan hose;
children's, misses' and boys' hose.
Ladies' and gents' kid gloves; gent's
cloth and dogskin gloves; ladies'
silk and lisle-thread gloves.
Ladies' dress buttons, all colors;
pearl, agate and horn buttons; gents'
coat, vest and pants buttons.
Dexter knitting cotton, woolen
Ladies' silk, linen and eotton hand
kerchiefs, ladies' mourning handker
chiefs. gents' silk, linen and eotton
Braids in rick-rack, feather-stitched
and binding braids in all colors. All
kinds of gimp and corded trimmings.
Torehon lace, chiffon lace, dress
binding velvets, all colors.
Infa.nts' cloaks, infants' knit caps.
Infsants', misses', ladies' and gents'
Lot fine paper and envelopes.
Choice line toilet soaps; tooth
brush es, hair brushes and combs.
Gents' hose supporters.
Silk floss in all colors, silk thread,
Gents' and ladies' purses.
Ribbons, elastic, hair ornaments.
Breast pins, belt pins, thimbles.
Cuff buttons, cllar buttons, hair
Steel pens, pen staffs and lead
Needles and pins.
Boys& ready-made jackets or waists.
Boys& suits from $1 up.
Big line of doylies and napkins.
Table oil cloths.
Best lot of
Winter buggy robes
you ever saw.
Fine lot of cravats, collars and
cuffs, shirts, drawers, etc.
Lot of the
Best trunks and valises
you ever saw.
But I can not mention everything.
Please just remiember that I carry
a full line of
with all of the notions and side-line
articles that usually follow such a
stock, and do no' propose to be under
sold. The public are cordially in
Ivited to call and examine.
Have just received a lot of ladies'
capes in the very latest sytles.
E. C. H ORTON,
F. Kressel, Agt,
WHoLEsA~LE AND LETAIL DEA~LERI IN
Fish, Oysters, Game
tiortheast Gomier East Bay and Market Sis,,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CiYIL ENGINEER~ Ainn SURIVEY ,
Haing an exprieece of thirty ,gov-en years.
ofrs Lis profesiom.1 arvies to the people
of Clarendon couty. Satistaction guaran
teed.P.O. KTNGSTREE. S. C.
. S. A. RIGBY, ||
ce MANNIN, S.C.
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lur stoek is new, affords great at
et a little better article at a little
e of the most complete lines of
'urnishing Goods, Notions,
et some of the many bargains we
te a few prices of our bargains.
Gent's clothing........from $4.00 a suit up
Youths' clothing......from $2.50 a suit up
Children's clothing... .from $1.50 a suit up
A good eight-rib sateen-covered um
brella. .................for 50c
A No. 1 sixteen-rib gingham um
Hats and Oaps.
We keep the latest styles in Hats and
Caps for men, boys and girls from
10 cents to 50 cents.
In this line we can show you beautiful de
signs in lamps for the parlor, musio
room, sitting room, dining room, bed
room and hallways at prices within
the reach of all. We also carry a large
line of table glassware, such as goblets,
tumblers, butter dishes, berry dishes,
and many other articles usually found
in glassware and crockery stores.
A large assortment of
Tinware and Woodenware.
Harness, Saddles and Bridles.
. S. A. RIGBY,
MANNING, S. 0.
R. B. LORYEA,
Stone's Compound Extract of Sar
saparilla is equal to any one dollar
sarsaparilla on the market; we are
offering It at 75e a bottle; try it and
you wil be pleased.
This is the season when chapped
hands, face and lips prevail; we are
offering an elegant line of remedies,
all delightfully perfumed at only 10c
each': Glycerine Jelly of Violets,
camphor ice, cold cream, Rose and
Our line of perfumery is the most
complete ever brought to Manning
and sold at the lowest prices.
Splendid line of confectionery.
Try a pound of our fine French can
dies ; only 50c a pound.
If you want anything in the line of
drugs and medicines always go to
R. B. L OR TEA,
A Few Words to Our Friends.
For some time we have been notify
ing our fi-iends -of our great stock
and our great bargains. We eer
tainly acknowledge the fact that we
are patronized a great deal. Now
our stock is complete, and will state
only a few prices. We earry every
thing in stock:-from a pin to an
overcoat. Ladies' and gents' dress
and furnishing goods.
Our clothing is the best and cheap
est in this county.
Ladies' eloaks, the latest styles, from
$2.75 to $4.50.
Woolen worsteds, from 8 cents to 10
cents per yard.
Our shoes are very cheap. Come
and price them. We also carry a
full line of rubber goods.
Our grocery department is com
Pure leaf lard at 10 cents per pound.
French macaroni at 8c per pound.
Good first-class eheese at 18 cents.
Tea at 30 eents per pound.
Pepper at 12 cents per pound.
Our pure apple vinegar at 28 cents
per gallon or 8 cents per quart.
Crockery and woodenware at the
Our coffee is the best in this town;
try it and you will be convinced; 25
cents per pound.
The finest kind Northern Jersey
butter at 30 cents.
You can always find the "Dixie
Boy" and "The Village Girl" tobac
coes in our store, and we well them
-9-inch, 5-to-the-pound-at 25 cents
Our meats are at the same old
price-6 eents per pound.
Our goods are guaranteed or
Yours, very respectfully,
WVT I..F.aS8, MANAGER
MANNING, S. C.
W. H. MIXSON. Manager,
217 E AST BA Y
CHA RESTON, S. C.
Palace Dry-Goods Emporium.
PREPARE FOR SURPRISES.
Prepare to find just what you want at less than you
would gladly pay. Prepare for bargains innumerable in
all departments. New Goods, fresh and bright, and
priced down delightfully.
EVERYTHING EXCEPT HIGH PRICES.
Your attention is called to our enlarged cloak department to
double its former capacity. This is one of the finest departments
in the State. Patrons are cordially invited to inspect our
LaacUde'Clooa w, Jao..ets anc. Oapem
ALSO FOR THE LITTLE ONES -
REeefers. Jaok3ets ancd. CretcheneM
Prices in This Department Will Be Another Serriss,
No finer assortment or more beautiful fabrics can be found
anywhere. Such prices were never before heard of.
30 pieces new dress goods, beautiful oolorings, all-wool filling......at I"
25 pieces beautiful fancy whipoords and bourettes, 36 Inehes wide, 25
cent goods....................................................at I5O
20 pieces all-wool serges. newest colors, 38 inches wide, 40e goods. .at 27.
15 pieces all-wool habit cloths, 38 inches wide, regular price 45c .... at 29c
15 pieces flannels, 54 inches wide-you have paid 60c a yard.......at 398
Black cashmeres and henriettas, 38-inch, at f5C, 19C and 23c per yard.
10 pieces black henrietta, 38-inch, all wool, worth 40a..............sA 25c
5 pieces black henrietta, 46-inch, all wool, worth 60c.............at 394
THE ABOVE GIVES YOU AN IDEA OF HOW THEY GO.
Everyone is aware of the rise in all cotton goods. We
bought ours early. To our customers we give the benefik
Plenty to supply you all, so long as they last.
They Go at These Prices:
One case Fruit of the Loom bleach, Carpets, new patterns,
36 inches wide................at 7c from.........................Ic uP
One case (and the last) best dress- Mattings....................from 12c UP
duck, sold everywhere for 10c..at 6C Shades.. ...................from 19C Up
One ease fine ginghams, the 7-cent Lace curtains,
kind ........................at 5C from............. c a par up
One ease bes: outing, the ten-cent Rugs, all styles,
kind..........................at 7c- from.................... soc lp
rhree cases best prints, fall widths, Ladies' all-wool gauntlet gloves,
all styles........ .......at 5C sold usually at 35e ........... - - 190
BUT YOUR GOODS OF US
~ ~~ty~h 6 hgi !at WE'LL sAVE YOU MONEY.
SCH WA RTZ BROS.,
MILLINERY and DRESS-MAKING Specialties
Percival Manufacturing Co;
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
478 to 486 MEETING ST., CH ARLETON, S. C.
sTH"A CH INA HA LL,
Wish to announce that they have thrown open their
doors for business, and will carry in stock a full line of
China, in Dinner, Tea, and Toilet Sets.
OOKEING AND HEATING STOVES
and a General Line of -
HOUSE FUEISHD"TG GOODS.
Opposite Court House - - - SUMTER, S. C,
d THIS 28TH DAY OF
Just Receivedd! October, 1895,
Our Third Car Load of
Well-Broke Horses at Prices Lower Than
We ever sold them. Some fine trotters among them. Also
on hand, a carload of Spiral Spring Cortland Carts.
R. P. Seed Oats, Buggies and Wagons in large variety.
Feed and Sale Stables - - - Sumter, S. C.
THiOMAs WILsoN, R. E. JAQUES, JOHN WILsON,
President. Manager. secretary and Treasurer.
The Carolilla Gro0ery Company
SUCCESSORS OF BOYD BROTHERS,
Whlolesale Grocers and Commllission Merchiants,
No. 195 EAST BAY,
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