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PUBTSHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 6th, 1895.
A NEW SyOCK
Of Fine Dresa Goods and Dry G.oods of All
Kinds Cheaper Than Ever Before.
Call Quick if You Want
a Nice, Chosp
5.000 yards quilt patch calico, every piece
guaranteed to be fast color-, only 21: per
yard. worth 5c.
A large tht of ladies' undtervests at 35c,
50c, 75c, ad $1 per pair. We have also in
stock a nice line of Indies' wool unlervests.
We have a nic- line of casimeres for mak
ing up gents' and boys' fine suits and
pants at prices so cheap you will surely
buy if you come and look at them.
200 pairs lhdies' pebble grain button
shoes, solid leather out antrout, only $1.15
per pair, worth $1.50 everywhere else.
A lot of fne red rust proof oats at W0c per
bushel, also a lot of the finest red rust
proof oats that the market can produce at
75c per bushel. -
When you want a barrel of the bost flour
give me a call.
Anxious for trade.
W. E. Jaxxzxsox.
Cotton sold in Manning to day for 8j ets.
Hon. James M. Sprott continues quit.
One of Mr. M. Levi's fine carriage horses
died last week.
Quite a number from this place went to
Sumter to-day to see the circus.
The town tax books will be open for the
collection of taxes on Nov. 14th.
Mrs. Frank E. Taylor, of Charleston,
is visiting the family of Col. B. Pressley
On account of a large number of legal ad
vertisements our editorial matter is
Our thanks are due Mr. R J. Ayoock. of
Davis, for four turnips, weighting 2 1-2
Mrs. Jane B. Wilson, of Williamsb
is quite ill at the residence of Col.B
From the Comptroller Generals report we
gather the following information with
reference to Clarendon:
Hon. John L. MeLaurin will deliver an
-address to the Confederate Veterans in
Horry county on November 13th.
Dr. Clarendon Barron, of Mayesville.
spent last Sunday with his parents. The
Doctor seems much pleased with his
Married last Thursday, 31st inst., at the
residence of the brides parents by Rev. E.
D. Wells, Mr. T. A. Bradham Jr., and Miss
Mary C. Holladay.
Senator Tillman's speech on the suffcage
question is said to be the greatest eifort of
his hfe and the finest speech delivered in
the State house in many years.
Now is the lime to pay your county and
State taxes. There will be no excnso for
delinquents this year. and from .what we
can learn there wil be no extension of the
Died, at Alcolo, yesterday, of typhoid fe
ver, Mr. W. G. Fort, aged about forty
years. The deceased was for a number of
years in the employ of Mr. D. W. Alder
man as salesman.,
Died, at Ashville, last Sunday, Captain
J. H. Ayoock, of Wedgefield. Rev. James
McDowel gs telagahed for to conducts
the funeral iceiwic-ktrok place ate
On account of the razing of the old church
building the church servicessof the Baptist
congregation will be conducted in the Col
legiate Institute until the new chureh
building is completed.
Died sudienly, last Friday, at Benbows,
Miss Brunson. aged twelve years, eldest
dauhter ef Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Brunson.
'Te deceased was takeni sick in the morn
ing anid died in a few hours.
'Te annual meeting of the county board
of commissioners took place yesterday.
Some of our representatives met with the
board to ascertain the indebtedness of the
ounty, that they may get the proper tax
There will be a barbecue dinner at
Packsville next Friday afternoon, and on
the same evening their will be an ice
cream festival. The proceeds of both en
tertainments will go to the Methodist
In afew days we will have in a large
number of Webster's unabridged diction
aries, which we will sell at surprismngly
low prices. This will be an excellent op
't to procure one of these valuable
bosat a trifling oost.
One day last week, Mr. B. L. DuBose, of
New Zion, was in town and he told us that
his neighborhood is in excellent condition.
There has been made plenty of corn, syrup.
potatoes and other things to make the peo
pe independent of debt anid to draw
The elections of yesterday show that
Maryland. New Jersey, New York, Ohio,
and Nebraska begne Republican b'y
large majorities, anid that Kentucky is hang
ing by a black thread. Maryland joining
the Republican column is a sad blow at
the solid South.
4. Died last Saturdayflmorning, at her home
in Foreston Mrs. MI. E. Mc~oy, aged sev
entyone years. The decased was the
mther of our fellow townsman Mr. 0. W.
MRoy. She died on the morning of the
41st marriage day. The interment took
place in the Manning cemetary Eunday.
JBUCKLEN'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-skin eruptions, and positively
cres piles or no pay required. It is guar.
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. LoryeL.
TWO LIVES SAVED,
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas. of Jnnction City,
Ill.. was tek4 by her doctors she had con
saniptkm an4 [.hat there was no hope for
her. but two battles Dr. King's Ne~w Dis'
eovery romSplteiy eured her and says it
saed her life. Mr, Thos. Egger-, 139
Florida St., Saofcanele. snff--red. from a
dreadful cold, approachdg consumption,
tried without resrlt everything, else then
bought one bottle of Dr. K:wfi. New 1)is
covery and in two weeks was cure-d. lie is
naturally thankful. It is such results, of
which thee are samples. that prove the
wonderful efficacy of this inedicine in
coghs and cols. Free. trial bottles at R.
B. Loryea's drugstore. lgniar ,.ize 50c.
(1i propic who requir-- u.edicinze to reg
late the jowel and kid uty. will ind the
truie remeIdy in Electric Bitters. This med
icie does not stimulate ad contains not
eieynor other intoxicat, but aiets as
a~ to.ie and altertive. It act wildly on
tme ,torauch! andl buwels, adding stre-ngth
aid giving twne to the organs, thereby aid
-ing nature ina the j,erformance of the- ine
ionz% Eiecate Titters i- an excellent ap
peie:nd Aids digestion. Old Peojle
rud it just exactig~ what they need, Fifty
ers per botule .at iM. 3. oryea' drugstore.
WORDS OF FRANKIXN.
Those who sup pose that a tax on tea, 01
any other tax, wa s the principal grievance
for which our ancestors rebelled against
the Mother Country have studied history to
little purpose. The most grievous perse
cution of the colonies was robbing them of
their circulating medium by cruel, arbitra
ry laws and edicts of Great Britain. The
genius of the colonies invented money for
c'rculation, and by colonial law and cus
tom endowed it with the money function.
Colonial-made money in nearly every one
of the colonies was followed by great colo
nial prosperity. This prosperity called
the attention of the servants of the Crown
to the means by which it was created.
Great Britain destroyed this prosperity by
nullifying the laws of the colonie by which
their money was creatod. For the benefit
of those who imagine that the English
scheie to urake America, in ,-ffect, a tribu
tary proTince is new. and that the d- mone
tization of nilver which England effected,
and the retirement of greenbacks which sLe
now demands, are not subtantially the
samo, as the arbitiary laws by which she
destroyed coloaial money, we call attention
to the testimony of Benjaini Franklin. in
1776, before a committee of the House of
Commons when he was asked:
-What was the temper of America to
Great Britain before 1773? He answered:
-The beat in the world.' They submitted
willingly to the govere ment of the Crown,
and all their courtac paid obedienee to acts
of Parliament. Nunierous as the people
are in the several old provinces, they coat
you nothing in forts, citadel., garrisons, or
armies to keep them in subjeetion. They
were governed by this country at the ex
pense only of a little pen, ink and paper.
They were led by a thread. They bad not
only regard but affection for Great Britain,
for its laws, its customs, its manners and
even a fondness for its fashions, that great
ly increased its commerce. Natives of
Britain were always treated with particular
regard; and to be an old England man was
of itself a character of some respect and
gave a kind of rank among us.
The British government took away from
America its representative money, com
manded that no more paper bills of credit
should be issued, that they should cease to
be a legal tender, and collected the tax in
silver. This was in 1773. Now mark the
consequences. This contraction of the
circulating medium paralyzed all the in
dustrial energies of the people. Ruin
seized upon these once flourishing colonies;
the most severe distress was brought home
to every family; discontent was urged on
to desperation, till at last human nature
arose and asserted its right!"
If the destruction of colonial money by
the English government in 1773, which
compelled the people to use nothing but
coin o gold and silver as legal tender mon
ey, drove the colonies to desperation till
"human nature arose and asserted its right"
why should the people of the United
States tamely submit to the demonetization
of silver by English gold gamblers for the
benefit of creditor England; and why
should about seventy millions of people
listen to the demands of an English gold
syndicate that greenbacks, treasury notes,
and all other government issues of money.
except gold, be retired by the issuance of
interest-bearing gold obligaions. Above
all, why should the American people be in
formed of the demands of English credit
ors and gold gamblers through the mouth
of an Ezecutive who receiv.d a majority of
the electoral votee with the understanding
that he was more favorable to the people of
the United States than to the money
changers of Great Britain? If anybody
doubts that every scheme of contraetion
which robs the people of the United States
of the life-blood of commerce has its origin
in the banking houses of London let him
read the English financial journals which
invariably indicate years in advance what
they will require the President and Con
gress to do, and in what manner the money
of the people shall be destroyed. The pa
triot fathers, only three million strong,
would not allow Great Britain to deprive
them of their money while their degener
ate sons, seventy million strong, submit to
the intolerable assumption that English
gold gamblers, backed by English diplo
macy, have a right to place such limitation
upon the circulating medium of the United
states as will make the people of this
country "bewers of wood and drawers of
water" for the benefit of the favored sons of
avarice. Who can say that the Chief Exec
utivE who occupies the chair once filled by
Washington, Jefterson, Jackson and Lin
con and who surrenders to British greed
that which was rescued by tho patriots of
the Revolution, does not dishonor the
names of his great and pat-iotic predeces
Sua2 or Ouro, Orrr OF Totzno, ( s
Luca Courr. *
Frank J. Cheney maies oath that he is
the senior paetner of the firm of F. J. Che
ney & Co., doing business in the City of
Toledo. County and State aferesaid. and
tha; said firm will pay the sum of One
Hundred Dollars for each and every case of
catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of
Hll's Catarrh Care. Faasx J. Cuzitar.
Swornto before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 8th day of December, A. D.
[saa.) A W.GLRAzaoi,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts direetly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimo
nials, free, F, J. CRENEY & Co.,
prSold by druggists, 75e.
THE "PLAN" ADOPTED.
The Suffrage Scheme Adopted by
'the Constitutional Convention.
Columbia, Nov. 1.--Special-The Con
vention to-night finished that troublosome
cecion 4 of the suffrage article-this sub
stntially in the form reported by the com
There were a number of speeches. Mil
ler spoke in defense of the negro in recon
struction times. Mr. Talbert favored the
Rogers substitute, which would strike out
the property qualification. W. Henderson
favored the committee's plan. Whipper
made a defense of his conduct during Re
publican rule. Mr. Sheppard gave a his
tory of the investigation into the frauds
doe in that time. Whipper made a de
fene of his course. Mr. Bogers made an
earnest appeal for his substitute.
The vote was then taken on the substi
tute, resulting in its defeat by a vote of 75
nays to 48 ye as.
Several verbal amendmentst~, not affect
ing the substance, were ailopted.
lir. Brvan madi a strong presentation
of the corbstitu:ional points involved in the
A fter somec futher debate a vote was takeis
on the Irby amnendame'. t doing away with
the educational and property qualification.
That amendment was lost by t v-ote of 65
nayc to 44 yeas.
The vote was then reached, Sen.-tor Irby
demanding the roll call. His ame.-.d ment
was voted down by the convention.
Then there was more running debate
The vote on section 4 resulted-Yeas 67;
'he vote was announced at 11:20 p. in.
The clincher was pr.t on the section, on
motion of Senaton Tillman.
Snton Tillman the-a statedI that in vie-w
of the fact that a great many l-aves of ab
sence had been granted. and th:s was a
matter that every inember -aoul.l go upon
the record on, he would move to 1-ostpot~e
the father -onsideratien of the article till
Tuesday evening next at 7:30 o'clock. This
was agreed to.
After Senator Tillman had gotten the
convention to order Goveruver Shepp~trd's
"reconstruction" speech printed iin thr
journa', Senator Irby moved th-at the cou
vention taLke a rces4-s till 7.3-) o'c oci. TVues
day evening. Hie said m-% of the ma
br-s were worn out; mna'y were siek; an-i
nothing eisc should be tai:en up tilh the
suffrage was disposed of.
The motion was adopted by a vote of 5s
The convention then ajourned.
Dndroff is an exudation from the pares
of the skin that spreads and dries, forming
scarf and causing the hair to fall out.
as nair Renewer cures it.
Know Hood's Cured
"I was all run down and could not sleep
at night on account of the continuous
and severe pains
through my budy.
I had ato stom
ach trooblas and
catar rh. After
short t ime I com
OI.* mencld to im
ainis thro Lot
s in al, my
- omplaint cui
tirely left me,-. I no have au I ita.
-leep well and amr ree fro-i ... -.
trouble. I know I v. cured
Hood's Bars& ,
Miss ALIcZ W r. .
Hood's Pi :
THE Y. P. C. A.
Capt. D. J. Brk.iVao - - U* -
Bass c.anlncteid th - -vie 'wt- Sa .1
aft-rrorn in th.- B.tst -n -iv
"nliject of --.i1,- 1'.ni e v -
Mr. Bus. read an ire,:tin :.1 C: C: - m
phu%;izing the alw- -rha -r r f G
to know onr hearts.
Capt Bradhiatm's r-nmar': wer earnai-;'
and heart-felt, and demonstrated h->w 1r
to his heit the Ass.ocitioni wpas. I
amidst hie political disecuivions the p1-st
week th- snbje-'t for thi San-lay aft ra'rn
meeting haid been revove-- n hi mind
that he might l'e readv to say something for
the benefit of others
Capt. W. C. Davis callei the0 attojtion of
the lady memnber- of the Association to use
their influen-e to increase the attendance
on the Y. M. C. Association which will
meet in the Knights' of Pythias hall on
Monday evening Nov. 11, at 8.30. The
young men are all cordialy invited to at
tend. The meeting will be short and inter
The Y. P. C. Association will meet in the
Methodist Church next Sunday afternoon at
4 o'clock. Dr. Geo. L. Dickson and Mr.
Charley Lesesne. will lead the meeting.
MAKE YOURSELF STRONG
If you would resist pneumonia, bronchitis,
typhoid fever, and persistent coughs and
colde. These ills attack the weak an d run
down system. They can find no foothold
where the blood is kept pure rich anO fai
of vitality, the appetite good sad digestion
vigorous, with Hood's SarsarTarilla, the one
true blood purifier.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constipation,
billiousness, jaundice, sick keadache.
CAPTAIN BRADRAM'S RINGING
In last Wednesdr.y's debate on the suff
rage question Captain Daniel J. Bradham
made a speech which is said to have had
the effect of saving from defeat one very
important section of the committee's report,
and at the conclusion of his brilliant effort
many of the delegates shook his hand and
eongratulated him. A brief extract of his
speech will be found on our first pag&.
The only permanent cnre for ceronic e
tarrh is to'thoronghly expel the poison from
the system by the faithfu! and p-raitent
use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This wonder
ful remedy proves successful when all other
treatment hw; failed to relieve the sutiferer.
THE MANNING ACADEMY.
The following pupils merited the medals
for the week ending Nov. 1:
Collegiate, David Strange; higher, Her
mion Jenkinson, Lueille Alsbroo'k, and
John Cuttino; intermediate, Eddie Scar
borough and TIradie, Strange; primary,
Julius Clark and Lizzie Williams.
The enrollment of pupils is complete,
and until a vac-ancy occ-urs no other pupil
can be receivod.
The students are enthusiastic in their
work, and the deportment record has been
perfect throughout the past term.
The Academy will receive an appropria
tion from the county public fund which
will be pro-rated to pupils entitled to it.
E. C. Ansanoox.
A cough which persists day after tday.
should not be neglected any longor. It
means sonething more than a mere local
irritation, and the woner it is rehievedl the
better. Take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It is
prompt to ast and sure to cure.
The Con federate Veterans of the Harry.
Benbow Canp will meet in Manning Sat
rday, November 9. for the purpose of
transacting important business.
C. S. Lasn. Comman der.
S. J. Bowitr, Adjutant.
Of Mrs. David's School for Month of
Guerry Stukes, 99.3; Blanche Strange,
97.3; Addie Strange, 97.2; Sue Strange,
96.2; Tommie Strange, 96; Meta Brown,
95.8; Leard Huggins, 95.5; Son TLimmions,
95.3; Gertrude Webber, 93.8; Joseph Dick
son. 93.3; Hermon Huggins, 92 8; Fanny
Timmons, 92 4; Trudie Timmons. 91.5.
Greatest improvement in writing made
by Edith Hall.
Of the Oak Grove High School, W.
M. Melton, A. B., Principal.
Pupils to be on the roll of honor must
make ninety per cent of their stndies.
Miss Elna Watt, .ilian Meliltt, and
ROLL OF HONOR.
The following is the roll of honor of the
Summerton Graded School for the month
ending Nov. 1, 1895:
Miss Annie Cantey,
Miss Lillian Cant-y.
Miss Fannie Creighton,
Miss Annie Richbourg.
CHERRY MEDAL 4
For Colds and Coughs
MEDAL and DIPLOMA
ER, AT THE
We S FAIR.
Don't forget that The-mas & Biradihiam
keep cousitl~ty on hand a fall line of bug
g e, one and t wo hor~s. uagons, the Buck
eye & Wood! mo'wers ,ar-d rake's ;also th-~
best an.l che::yest ;jiw of harness in townl.
Be sure andi w- thejtr befo~re bnying.
Twenty-live horses :1d O.ais hd
be sold to mjeet compe titir-n.,W'-n
nice assortment ol broo ars b~
horses aod diraft hoisea:. C o i- andI j.
at our stock, and v- e knowyo" . .U I'
you need any. ':'.ry horse rura. e'
& A. RIG
Gent's elothing from $1.00 a suit up.
In this line we can show you beautifi
room, sitting roon, dining room, bed ro
of all. We alRo carry a large line of tab
ter dishos, and many other articles usun
Eats and Caps.
We keep the latcst styles in Hats and C
There is no nce!l of talking to you aboni
headquarters for staple and faney gro
tripp, mock-turtle soup, can ned beef, b
THI TIIIN G
That Will Make the Impossible Pos
sible- Cash Is the Thing That
Will Make Goods Cheap When
Everything Else Fails to yo It.
When you want dry goods, shoes,
hats and clothing give us a call with
the cash, and we will sell you just as
heap 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
el for the cash and we sell cheap.
Just, received a large 1et of creponlS
-31 inches wide-only 10c per yard,
worth 15c ; the cheapest and prettiest
oods brought to this town this
sason ; call and see them and be
nvinced ; I know a bargain when I
Just received a large lot all-wool
erges and brilliantines for ladies'
skirts and dresses from' 35c to 50c per
yard: call and see them. .
The gre-atest tarY.in yet :200 pairs
ofladies pebble-gr'ainl luttonl shoes
r every-day wear:; guaranteed
slid leather out-and-out:; only $1.15;
they can not be had anywhere else
fr less than $1.50 ; this is a bargain;
ou will say so when you see these
Ladies, if you want one of the best
d lightest running sewing ma
cines on earth, call and get the
liht-running New Home: we are the
gents for them, and have a number
onhand; will sell them' low down
fr the cash ; we sell them only for
te cash, and you know that word
Remember that we keep a very
lrge lot of school books on hand all
te time, and will sell them to you
atjust what they will cost you m
Attention, farmners ! wake up !We
have now on hand a large lot of red
rust proof oats at only G0c per bushel;
we alsohavein stock a large lot of
rd rust proof oats-the finest that
te market can produce, at only 75c
pr bushel: these oats are very fine.
~emember, friends, that we keep
on hand a large lot of plug tobacco
al the time.
Our "No Tariff," at 25c per pound;
our I's Good," at :35c per pound;
our "Red Juice," at 40c per pound,
and our "Annie McLeod," at 40e per
pound, are goods that cannot be beat
inthis town or any other town in the
Stae for the money we ask for it ;
tryus when you want good tobacco
Call and see us when you want the
bet barrel of flour for the smallest
sumof money ; we have it for you.
When you want
freh butter. cheese, craekers
we have thes:e a ticles cheap for the
'ry some of .::r xreshl iruit jelly at
Ser pound, and~ you will be con
ained that we :wPli cheap
Yours for the cash,
W. . JiNKINSON.
in Manning to
'i his d-Iartfcnt . is complete, and we or
We. I:ave a b:.iatif:ul line of
O u i g ...... ............ ............ ...
(rwei s.uua:- , the RXing youi wat fe cil
ensi nrnis;iling (G00d
* he best anitoz;ule secaniies h:lf-i
bv. .. big line of .he' for men, b-Ty
.rir:. A e line of blopsi couWtat
ZEIGLK:R shoe for h..it, whieb em:~ L.ot1
Youths' elothing from $2.50 a snit up
..from $1.50 a snit up.
1 designs in lamps for the parlor, music
om and hallways at pri.ces within the reach
e glassware, sneh as goblets, tumblers, but
ly found in glas3ware and crockery stores.
~ps for mcen, boys and gwds from 10e to 50c.
groceries, for every one knows that we are
cries. We keep the best grades of canned
eakfast Etrips and thc best grades of flour.
I intended havi.ng 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 andS$1; Thomp
sons glove-fitting at $1, R. & H. in
medium and extra lengths, abdom
inal andi nursing corsets, misses' cor
set. and, in fac-:, 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 g'loves.
Ladies' dress buttons, all colors:
pearl, agate and horn buttons; gents'
coat, vest and pants buttons.
Dexter knitting cotton, woolen
yarn, ball thread.
Ladi& siik, linuen atnd cotton hand
kercihiefl, ladies' mourning handker
chiefs, gents' silk. linen and cotton
Braids in rick-rack, feather-stitched
and binding brat'dls in all colors. All
kinds of gihup a-nd corded trimmings.
Torehlon lace, chiion lace, dress
iinding ve-:ets, ali colors.
Infants' cloaks. infants' knit caps.
Infants', misses', ladies' and gents'
Lot fine paper and envelopes.
Choice line toilet soaps; tooth
brushes, hair brushes and combs.
Gents' hose supp orters.
Silk floss in all colors, silk thread,
Genrts' and ladies' purses.
Ribbons, elastic, hair ornaments.
Breast pins, belt pins, thimbles.
Cuff button, car buttons, haire
Steel pens, pen staffs and lead
m eadles and pins.
Boys' ready-rnade 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
cufs, shirts, dhrawers, etc.
Lot of the
Best trunks and valises
you ever saw.
But I can not mention everything.
Please just reammber that I carry
a full line. of
wvith all of the notions and side-line
artic that usualy follow such
stock, and! do not p'rop)os- to be under
sod. Thke pubiilie are cordially in
vitd: to c' ii and examlinei.
Unve just received a lo.t of ladies
caes in the very latest stas
C~ilRLESTON. S. C.
gCt good' at reasonable pricos 23
... ..the .;od- at rock-bo. t i pc '7.
..- ... . ..... 5C
... .......for 90c
Think of it.
.........frc i 30e to $1
............... ...........from I1 c uIp
tly on Iand. I. i:cep the c.e!ebrated
surpazsed in teauty:, style arnd finti~h.
WEEK F Y.......
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 75c a bottle: try it and
you will 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 i, the most
complete ever brought to Manning
and sold at -;ho lowest prices.
Splendid line of confectionery.
Try a p~ound of our fine French can
dies:; only 50e a pound.
'If yon want anything in the line of
drugs and me~icines always go to
E. B?. .L O RT EA,
A Few Words to Our Friends,
Frsome time we have been notify:
ing our friend1s of our great stock
and our great bargains. We cer
tainly ackno~wledge the fact that we
are patronized a great deal. Now
our stoek: is comaplcte, and will state
only a few prices. We carry 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' cloaks, the latest styles, from
82.73 to $f .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 comn
Pure leaf lard at 10 cents per p~ound
French macaroni at 8c per pound.
Goodi first-class cheese at 18 cents.
Tea at 30 cents per pound.
Pepper at 12 cents per pound.
Our pure apple vinegar at 28 cents
per gallon or 8 cents per quart.
Crockery andi woodlenware at the
Our cofiee is the best in this town;
try iL and you will be convinced; 25
cents per pound.
The finest kind Northern Jersey~
buter at 30 cents.
You can alay find the "Dixie
Boy" and :h V ilage Girl" tobac
coes in our store, and we weil them
-9 inch, 540-te pouod-at 25 centsf
Our o;re at thre same old
$re-: o s per potud.
Our 1:od are guaranteed or
:es y respectfully,
VV . l C " MANAGER
-.'NING, Si. C.
W. I MISON. Manager,
wpfLF'aL DI'.IEALEnS IN
F RO. CS
s A9'~ T
Palace D.ry.oods Emporium.
REP1ARE FOR SURP RISES.
P t ustwh y wltatls an you
mla hady py. repre or bagisinnamorable ini
IL (1 deatet.NwGoS, fresh :wdu" brighlt, and
priced (lown delighTfully.
EVERYTNG EXC EP3 HIGH PRICES.
is zedied to our cAlarged cioak departmeint to
sforncr cepacity. This is oine of the finest departments
M. the e. Patrols cord-.ialy invited to inspc~t our
I1------ALSO FO- THE LITTLE ONES~
neer rssacae rsacs. CometonUen
Prices il This Depariment Will Be Another Surprise,
No finer assortment or more beautiful fabrics can be found
anywhere. Such prices were never before heard of.
30 pieces new dress goods, beantiful colorings, all-wool filling......at JOC
25 pieces bmntiful fancy wipcords and bourettes, 36 inches wide, 25
cent goods-...... - - --- -.. -................... at 15C
20 pieces all-wool serges. newest colors, 38 inches wide, 40c goods.. at 27c
I 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 39c
Black cashmeres and henriettas, 38-inch, at 15C, 19C and 23c per yard.
10 pieces black henrietta, 38-inch, all wool, worth 40c............at 25c
5 pieces black henrietta, 46-inch, all wool, worth GOc..............at 39C
THE ABOVE CIVES YOU AN IDEA OF HOW THEY CO.
Everyone is aware of the rise in all cotton goods. We
bcught ours early. To our customers we give the benefit.
Plenty to supply you ali, so long as they last.
They Go at These Prices:
Ono case Fruit of the Loom bleach, Carpets, new patterns,
36 inches wide................at 7c from......................... 15C up
One case (and the last) best dress- Mattings... ................from 12C uP
duck, so2l everywhere for 10c .at 6C Shades.. ...................from 19c up
One case fine ginghams, the 7-cent Lace curtains,
kind ..............,. it 5C from.............50C a pair up
One case best outing, the ten-cent Rugs, all styles,
kind......... .........att 7C from..........- . -----50C up
Three cases best prints, fuli widths, Ladies' all-wool gauntlet gloves,
all styles-.-----....... .......at 5C sold usually at 35c....-----------19C
Ag th g ar gg A t 7 BUY YOUR GOODS OF US
J MS U WE'LL SAVE YOU MONEY.
SOHWA RTZ BROS.,
SoIMTa, S. 0.
MILLINERY and DYRESS-M[AKING Specialties
Percval Manufacturing Co.
DorSs n lns
Doors bsss, and Byi tc ulinedof
4hi78 to 48 inr STa, andETON S.C.
000EING AND EEATING STOVES
and a General Line of
EOUSE FURNISEING GOODS.
Opposite Court House - - - SUMTER, S. C,
THave NOW on the Way:::::
:..:..:.. :..:.Two Oar-Loads of
Among them rare some Fancy Driving Horses and several pairs.
Come and see them...... .. .. .. .. ..
Sumer 3 G - - - November 4, 1895.
TI OMAS WILSON, lh E. JAQUEL~, JOHN WILSON,
Prai,:31 Manger. Secretary and Treasarer.
SUCCESSORS OF BOYD BROTHERS,
No. 195 EAST BAY,
oraraJ xs moV . . - .