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TUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, 8. C.:
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18th, 1895.
YOUR CHRISTMAS CAKE.
Ladies, we have now in stock a large lot
of raisins, citron, currants and pulverized
sugar for making cakes. Bake -your cakes
now and have the nice and mellow by
We have the largest line of nuts and fancy
when you want fresh candies and nets.
We have the price right.
Just receive.1, a car load of Liverpool
and New York salt, on'y 50 cents per sack.
Reze:. ber we have a large quantity
red rust pro if oats, very cheap.
Ladies,..we have just received the largest
hue of ladies' wool and cotton undervests
we have ever carried in stock, prices very
low for the eash. 35c, 50c. 75e, $1.00, $1.750
We offer this week a bargain that we
have never been able to offer before.
Ladies' white linen hematiched handker
chiefs, only 10c each. We guarantee them
to be all linen.
Bemenber we carry a large line of gent's
Ane pants stuff, and all kinds of jeans, we
sell them at very close prices for the cash.
10o, 15c, 20c. 250. 35e, 40e, M0c. and 60e,
We carry as nice aline of ladies'fine dress
goods as any house in the county. Nice
line cashmeres at 12P, 15e, 20c, and 25e, per
yard. A beautiful line of all wool serges in
navy blue and black at 30e and 35c per
W. E. JENXINsoN.
YOUR NAME IN PRINT.
--Dr. R. B. Loryea left last Saturday to
see the sights at Atlanta.
-Hon. J. F. Rhame and family left; last
Saturday for the Atlanta Expositicn.
-Mrs. C. F. William, of Sumter. is in
Manning, on a visit to her mother, ES.
A. 0. Burgess.
-Miss Janie McDowell left last Monday
to join the young ladies of the Columbia
Female College on their trip to the exposi
-Mrs S. A. Rigby, Miss Chappelle and
Messrs. J. W. Eigby, L S. trange. A. 0.
Bradham and Prot E. J. Browne leftast
Monday t6take in the sights at the big
show in Atlanta.
The colored Methodist church bilding is
Our thanks are due Mr.. S. Ridgway
for a stalk of sugar oane measuring 8J feet
The services of the Baptist denomination
are now being held in Collegiate Insti
The Constitutional Convention is doing
everything in its power to put a stop to
The State fair is now going on in Colum
bia. Cheap rates on the railroads is driw
Ing good crowds.
Remember we will give away a fine six
draw sewing mackine to one of our patronp.
who will the fortunate one be?
Rev. Heiry M. Mood is very ill in Sum
ter and fear are entertained that the grand
eol patriarch will not be with us long.
'The cotton speculators still believe that
the farmers have cotton on band, and they
are doing their very best to keep the rice
We have been told that several farmers
in this county have made so much corn
that they are putting it in pens in their
Mrs. Hettie Green is considered the
queen of finance and yet she has not as
much voice in selecting the law-makers as a
f 'Fon Bmrr.-A nice four-room cottage.
Apply to D- 11. Baru.
We have this week made another dig into
our subscription lists and we are determin
ed to eliminate from our lists ;those who
will not pay for the paper.
Florida waster, large bottles, only '25c, at
R. B. Loryea's.
- The town tax books open to-miorray and
remain open ten dlays, after which time ex
ecutionas will be issuedian~d:the delinquents
will be forced to payf'aiditional cost and
*How about that pair of spectacles you are
needing solbad ? Now is your time to get
them at Brockinton's.
The yoong Ipeople of this town could if
they would. ges up some kind of entertain
ment for Christmas. How yould it do to
have a concert and theatricals for the bene
it of the Gary monument fund?
The "Only" soap is a splendid polisher.
Try it. Only 5e a cake. R. B. Loryea,
Don't forget that Thomas & Bradham
keep constantly on hand a full line of bug
gies, one and two horse wagnthe Buck
eye & Wood mowers and rakes;_ also the
best and cheapest line of harness in town.
Be sure and see them before buying.
There are some people who seem to think
the county paper should be sent to them
free, because they are personal friends of
the editor. This is a mistake, and the edi
tors personal friends should come in with
their money to help sustain him in his
Plant rye ! get your seed from J. W. Me
Last Wednesday night as Mr. Henry
Ridgill and Mr. John F. McLeod were go
ing home, a barrel fell out of Mr. Ridgill's
wagon, and Mir. McLeod, not knowing it,
ran ever it and upset the wagon, throwing
him out and -breaking one of his arms in
Many people, when a little constipated.
mke the mistake of using sahine or other
drastic purgatives. All that is needed is a
mild dose of Ayer's Pills to restore the regu
ar movement of the bowels, and nature
will .io therest. They keep the sstem in
Tell vour neighbors who are not taking
tre Ti-fues that they had better subscribe
now while they have money. They will
not only get the best newspaper ever pub
lished in Clarendon, but they stand a
chanceof gettng a for ty-five dollar sewing
Just received, at J. W. McLeod's, a cargo
of genuine red rust proof oats, also a ane
lot of seed rye.
Benjamin Gaynmoa, colored, was taken
to the penitentiary yesterday. Gaymon
gave testimony in the DeaChamps homicide
case, and the judge ordered that he be in
dited for perjury. He was tried and con
-victed and the case was appealed. The
sentence was twelve months at hard labor
A petition is being circulated for Gaymon's
Yelow Rose smoking tobacco at R. B.
If tLe constitutional convention will give
us a sy stemr of free sc-hools that witl run six
rnonths out of twelve, they will have doneo a
work that will be be a mocn.ument to each
an. eve.ry .aeinber of tin't gre.t b'dy.
Tere sh~ouild be a irst cl!ass f..-e .'' l l1aj
every comiunnity. :mUcl a thing nill be a
blessing to the poor; the ric-h c-an l'ay for
higher education if they want their chil
dron to have it.
'-1ed Rooster' smoking anid chewing to
bacco, 5c a twist, at Brockintoin's.
We have about come to the concluisionr
that it will be necessary for the c.'uueil to
empny a man every Saturday to keep the
sidwlks clear, so that peie..trianas enn get
alo; without ha.ving to take the stre-et..
Ocy ce atre,'-t beween MeIL.o I a an d
I l,-r--'s e,. :ners there ar L:me-s whl, a the
the blocuking was~... cii -edy Lisbo.n Nelson
giving an exhibitioLn of hi.. foolishness uind
. mtwhiai gambling machine.
Hon. ,. Adger Smyth received the Demo
cratic nomination yesterday for mayor of
The friends of Mrs. J. H. McKnight will
be pleased to learn that she is improving
rapidly and will soon be out.
Hon. James M. Sprott, we are glad to
say is sone better, and it is believed that
he is on the road to recovery.
The many friends of Mr. John R. David
son will be delighted to learn that the old
gentleman has regained his health and he
came home last night.
If you want a iood horse, come to Thom
as & Bradham's horse auction, next
Wednesday, 20th inat. Read the adver
tisement in another colitma. The stock to
be sold is a very superior lat al it is at
tine chance to get a good horse for a small
amount of money. Come!
We take pleasure in calling attention to
the change in the Sumter Dry Goods 'lom
pany's advertisernont. These gontlemen
propose to go before the people aqutrely
upon merit, without misr,-presentation or
exaggeration, and the purehasing pnblic
may rely upon what they may. The busi
ness manager, Mr. G. A. Lemmon is no
novice in the mereantile business, as he
has had the best of training and under
stands the needs of the people as well as
any man in Sumter or any other city. He
is the man that does buying for the con
cern and the sellers think him a pretty
tough lemon to squeeze. His business is
his study and therefore his knowledge of
the markets, fashions, quality of goods
and all other matters to make a first-class
mercantile establishment a suecess is of
great advantage to the establishment with
which he is so responsibly connected. This
company is composed of young men whose
popularity throughout this section is pro
verbial, and if push, energy, square deal
ing, 36 inches per yard and polite and
courteous treatment of customers will make
success, they are bountifully supplied with
the necessary attribus.
If the hair is falling out, or turning gray,
requiring a stimulant with nourishing and
coloring food, Hell's Vegetable Sicilian
Hair Renewer will pravent it,
"THEY THOUGHT HE WAS A
But Jim 'Bige' Came Back-It Is
Him And Not His Ghost.
About two years ago Mrs. James Rich
bourg received a letter announcing the sad
fact that her Jimmie had joined the army
over the great beyond, and that while he
was maling his preparations to shake off
this mortal coil, he, with husbandly afee
tion, had his little wife in his mind. He
sent her the most endearing messages and
expressed sentiments, of the mst pi*us
kind, then he died and was buried by
friends somewhere in Union county.
The eircumstancees attending his death
was published in the Times, whieb
we repvoduce below, but somehow
there was something suspicious about the
a&ir. Mr. Nettles, the former editor of
the Times, interested himself in the matter
and proceeded to investigate. In a short
time he was convinced that Jim Richbourg
was not so dead as he would have his wife
believe, but possibly he was sufficiently
dead to answer his purposes. The sup
posed widow weeped and mourned in full
regulation style, innocently believing her
self to be a widow with a fatherless child,
and as time wore on she gradually grew so
customed to the lonesome change, but still
she remained a widow without receiving a
message from her Jimmie in the spirit land.
James, in the meantime, if on earth at all,
kept himself quite scarce from these parts,
which showed a fine consideration on his
part, because the people of this eounty are
not hankering after any social attention
with a corpse.
We have given the dark side of this sad
picture, but last Sunday night the other
side was turned to the light when the widow
and corpse fell in each other's embrace.
If ever James was dead he shook his cof
fin and grave clothes and came to flanning
on last Sunday evening's train, full oi
health and vigor, and with the same kind
of clothes usually worn by every other live
man and the kind that the "new women"
are ambitious to wear., and more fortunateI
washe, than Enoch Ardin, for his wifs
was still single; Jim Richbourg is
not dead. He is in Mannir~g and says hewill
remain here about ten days. He also says
that while he did not write the letter an
nouneing his death, he knew of it and it
was all right. He told us that he has been
in Florida and Georgia and will soon go to
scAI.ES 2*HE OOIDEN TanTns.
[Times July 19th, 1893.]
Jimmie A. Richbourg died in Union last
Thursday, after a short illness. Mr. Rich
bourg was born and raised near Mlanning.
He was not yet twenty-two years of age,
and only four months ago he was mrricd
to Miss Missouri Flood. Five weeks ago
he went to Union, to hunt work. His wife
yesterday received a letter from Mr. J. An
derson, which stated that he had died in
the faith, and that his last request was that
his wife should live a Christian life and
meet him in heaven.
Lmrn ?'o JeIM' SacNtT.
[Times, Aug. 2nd 1893).
UIoN S. C. July 23rd
Mrs Leuisa E Schirm
Dear madam I received your letter to
day asking me about the death of Mr. Jas.
A. Richbourg he came here and staid five
weeks to the day when he died he never
told me that he was married the first tow
weeks he staid then he said he got a letter
from his wife and he seem to think the
world of her I never heard him say any
thing about her that was wrong and he
said he was going to send for her and live
here he was a man that never had much
to say lhe seem to be in a deep study most
all the time and I caught him crying like a
baby twice but what he was crying about
was a mistry to me he was all ways read
ing the bible and praying to himself he
worked three weeks then he was not able to
work any more the Doctor said he had ca
tarrh in the head he died on the 13th of
July. I am a poar man but I did all I
could for him and his friends helped him
too. he had made a great many friends to
be here no longer than he had. everybody
seem to like him and I think he is gone to
heaven he cold me about a man that owed
him some money he said the man had
paid him ten dollars a few weeks bet'ore
he left home and would pay him the bal in
the faull but I cant find any note nor letter
I think he tore the letters up and we put
the Button in his shirt and Bnirrid them
with him he new be was going to die and
begged me to Burry him here he toldnme a
few milnits before he died to write to you
but I had forgot your name he said you
all must treat his darling little wife kind
and meet him in heaven and the Lord would
bless you for it and he tried to tell me
something els but he was so weak I could
not understand what he said. I am a poar
man have to work for my living but I dent
charge anything for what I done for him
for he more than paid mue by telling me
about the Lord and how happy any one
could die that put their trust in him and
that done mec more good than all the preach
ing I ever hear. I hope I shall be on the
right hand of him that sitteth on the thronie
when you and your nephew shall meet to
part nao more. I send my love r&od
s mephy to you Rtesptfuly yours
P. S. it you will send me the Books I
shall be thankfsil and Keep' them to Ru
member M' Richbourghi.
IAN IlP0RTAN '0FFI('N
To properly il hia. Ofice andl func~itions.
it is important that the lo,.l be pure.
When it is in such a condition, the body is
almost certain to be healthy. A complaint
at this time is catarrh in some of its various
forms. A slight c'old de-velops the disease
in the head. Droppings of corruption
Ipa'aing into the luings bring oa consump
ion. Tl.e only way to en rn this dlisease is
to puil the blood. Tlhe maost obstinate
case-i of catarrh yield to ibe medicinal pow
ra of Hood's Marsapailila as if by tnr~'ie,
sinply b.m-ase it reachies thet seat ..f the
d>.ea-.i- and by pur.t'iug and vi'anz ta,'
th- blood. removes the- enn-e- Not "nly
repnew e or oo whw em. toaking
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
and everyone needs it at all times of the
year. Malaria Is always about, and the
only preventive and relief is to keep the
Liveractive. You must help the Liver a bit,
and the best helper is the Old Friend, SIM
MONS LIVER REGULATOR, the RED Z.
Mr. C. Himrod, of Lancaster, Ohio,
says: "SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR
broke a case of Malarial Fever of three
years' standing for me, and less than
one bottle did the business. I shall use
it when in need, and recommend It."
Be sure that ypu get It. Always look for
the RED Z on the package. And don't
forget the word REGULATOR. It Is SIM
MONS LIVER REGULATOR, and there Is
only one, and every one who takes it is
sure to be benefited. THE BENEFIT IS
ALL IN THE REMEDY. Take It also for
Biliousness and Sick Headache; both are
caused by a sluggish Liver.
J. H. Zeln & Co., PMIae1ie11a.
State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
COURT.OrF COMMON PLEAS.
Caroline B. Salinas, IC. Edward Salinas,
[and Anthony'J. Salinas.. Copartners, as
A. J. Salinas & Sons. Plaintiffs,
Harriet Tindal. Malvine Woods, and Louis
Judgment for Foreelosure and Sale.
UND3R AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Commom
Fleas, in the above stated action, to me di
reeted, bearing date October 20th. 189, 1
will sell at public auction, to the higheat
bidder, for cash, at Clarendon court house,
at Manning. in said county, withia the l.
gal hours for j dicial sales, on Monday, the
Ind day of December, 1895. being saleuday,
the following described real estate:
1. "All that tract of land, situate in Or
endon county, State of South Carolina, on.
baining fifty-seven ames, more or lsm
bounded north by lands of Mrs.
Thames; aouth by lands of C. F, Eah
bourg; east by lands of J. Elbert Davis;
and west by lands. of Amziah Tindal; being
the tract of land whereon Scipio Tisdal re
2. Alt that tract of land, situate in Clar.
endon County, in said State, containi
thirty-five acres, more or ss, bound
north by lands of Oliver Sumter; east by
lands of Mrs. Martha Thames and by lands
of Scipio Tind,. deceased; south by lands
formerly of Louis Loyns, said to belong to
Bachael Marrin; and west by lands of
The above parcel is sold subject to the
dower estate of Harriet Tindal.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. J. Bainzt
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Nov. 13th, 1895.
AU EYE OPEN I .
Some People Go Through the
World With Their Eyes Shut
Tight and Never On the Lookout
for Anything, While Others Are
Always on the Lookout for Bar
gins and Ready to Save a Dollar
-It An Opportunity Presents
Itself to Them.
We are ..
the Trading World With
theBig Bargains. We Are
Offering Every Week.
5,000 yards quilt remnant
calicos, only 2jc per yard.
Call quick if you want any of
these goods. They are going
5,000 yards good check
homespun at 4ic and 5c per
'1,000 yards school boy jeans,
all shades, wool filling, a good
bargain for 25e but we only
ask you 20c. We also have a
large quantity of jeans at 10c
and 15e per yard.
200 pairs ladies' peble
grain button shoes, onl $1.15
per par warranted to besol
id leaher out and out.
We wish to say here in plain
words, and we mean just what
we say, that we have as nice
line of ladies staple dress
goods as any house in town
and we are selling them very,
A nice 'line of Hamilton
I cashmeres, all shades, only
12tc per yard.
A beautiful line of 34-inch
cashmeres, the ones that are
usually sold at 20c per yard,
we only ask you 16ic.
A very handsome line of la
dies' cloth, all-wool and one
yard wide, the ones that are
sold everywhere at 35c per
yard, we only ask you 27jc.
Our line of black cashmeres,
serges, and henriettas at 20c,
2,5c, 3,5c, 50c, 60c, and 75c is
just a line of goods that ean't
be beat in America for the
We have in stock a large
line of ladies' wool and cot
ton undervests. We offer
them at 35c, 50e, 75c, $1.00,
$1.50 and $2.00 per pair.
A large lot of ewers and ba
sins only $1.00.
The best ironstone dinner
plates 50e per set. Cups and
saucers to match, 50c per set.
Knives and fbrks 50e, 75c,
$1 00. $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00
Beautiful line toilet sets,
foot tub, water buckets, and
slop) can, only $1.35 per set.
A splendid line of brass
eedar buckets, only 20e and
Ladies, we have a large lot
raisins at 10c per p)ound and
currants at 1'h per pound for
making your Chsiistmias cake,
and a lot of pulverized sugar
for icing them. Bake your
cakes now and have them
nice and mellow by Christmas.
Yours for a Merry Christmas,
W. Ez. JENKCINSON.
"Pick Leaft" smokinag tobacco, 10e a
package, at Brockinton's.
WVashing; blue, big, b,"oe only 5c. at R.
The nic*,*t lire c .frresh v'andies to be
f,1inid at 1iokh!:t:n1.
We are agents for Garrow's home-maade
The Best Place
in Manning to get good at reasonable prices iS
S. A. RIGBY'S.
This department is comploto, and we are slling the goods at rock-bottom prices.
We have a beautiful line of
Outings................... ........................at o and 8
Ginghams, in dress and apron styles.................................at 5c and 7c
Crown suitings, the thing you want for chil4ren's dreses................o
In this department you will find bel spreads, white and colored; threads, pins,
nteedlh 'tatiouery. plin and fancy hair-pins. comibs, doylie, table Cloths, soaps in
all the latest styles for hands and fies, lces, velvets, ribbons, towels, ladies' und
erwear, cologn.s. i. ks, pens, pen-holders, lead pencils and many other notions.
A good eight-rib sateen.covered nmbrella..................................for 50M
A No. 1 sixteen-rib gingham rambrella.....................................for 90O
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Mra's laundered shirts........from 50c up. Think of it.
Men's unlaundered shirts..........................................from 0o to $1
Men's drawers......................................................from 150 up'
We have the best automatic seamless half-bose for 5 eents you ever saw. A large
assortment of collars and cuffs, handkerchiefs, neckties and gloves at popular pees.
We have a big line of shoes for men, boys, ladles, misses and girls at very low
prices. A large line of brogans eonstantly on hand. We keep the celebrated
ZEIGLER shoe for ladies, which can not be surpassed in beauty, style and fnish.
Gent's elothing from $.O0 a suit up. Youths' clothing from $1.50 a suit up
Children's clothing .... from $1.50 a suit uP. The
In this line we can show you beautiful designs in lamps for the parlor, music Highest
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, but- Price
ter dishes, and many other articles usually found in glassware and crookery stores.
Hats and Caps.
We keep the latest styles in Hats and Caps for men, boys and girls from 10o to 50e. for
There is no need of talking to you about groceries, for every one knows that we are
headquarters for staple and Snq eocries. We keep the best grades of canned
tripe, mock-turtle soup, canned beSt. brekfast strig ad the best grades of sour.
I intended having a good deal to
say this week about my numerous
toek of notions, and to quote some
notions, but I shall only have time
to enumerate a few articles and to
say that I these are.notShalf, and
that I Vill Sell them at the very -NOVEM BER -
In the way of corsets I have the
famous R. & G. at 75c and$1; Thomp
medium and extra lengths, abdom-R jarga n i a g i sI
at 1. & Barin gains! - Big Bargains!
in] and nursing corsets, misses' cor-1~4
sets, and, in fact, corsets from 25
Ladies' black, tan and brown hose;
men's black, brown and tan hose;
hildren's, misses' and boys' hose.
Ladies' and gents' kid gloves; gent's IP ,a tth
loth and dogskin gloves; ladies' '' wT l r t
lk and lisle-thread gloves.
Ladies' dress - buttons, all colors;
earl, agate and horn buttons; gents'
oat, vest and pants buttons.Thtswy earsocefl oto
Dxe kntigcotton, woolen ~ u
arn, ball thread.
Ladies' silk, linen and cotton hand-qucetwyosllag datieiso
erchiefs, ladies' mourning handker- tl h rt bu t......
hiefs, gents' silk, linen and cotton
Braids in rick-rack, feather-stitched
inds of gimp and corded trimmings. E U L
Torchon' lace, chiffon lace, dress
inding velvets, all colors.
Infants' cloaks, infants' knit caps
exaggeraee iaour advertsemento.eTh
Sil ~ n al clorlslkthredrYt 0000$t.- CO
Infash, haiseslai and mbs
Gents' hose supporters.
Gents' and ladies' purses.
Ribbons, elastic, hair ornautents.
Breast pins, belt pins, thimbles.
Cuffbutonsdllr btton, hir-Is offering some of the biggest bargains in
Steel pens, pen staffs and lead
Nedes and pins. 8
Big line of doylies and napkins,. A.E
Table oil cloths.
Chair tidies. And Children and Kisses' Jackets
Best lot of
inter buggy robes
on ever saw. et.eeofeeinSme.I fcturnie
Fine lot of cravats, collars and.
uffs, shirts, drawers, stcetcbuh.hn od er ra
Lot of thedelceprta thyaenw Ou i.
Best trunks and valises -etosaet oth qaetic n
you ever saw.
But I can not mention everything,.aifcini urned
Please just remember that I carry
afull line of
ith all of the notions and side-line'Iic Slh i U -g o s OM lI
articles that usually follow such a
stock, and do not propose to be under
sold. The public are cordially in
vited to call and examine.
Have just received a lot of ladies'L M T,6. e
eapes in the very latest sytles.
E. C. HORTON,
Reliable Retailer. SOUT HERN
YSTERS. OYSTERS Corn FRUIT CO
MULLET. ULLET, :s a vigorous feeder and re:-~.H ISN
FK resselI A gt, in. on corn lands the yield IM-Ro-E---A-n
WIOLSA. A) l-r'i. ELEk ncreases and the soil improves ^^ WOLSED ER
i, , Oy trG m if properly treated with fer- F utn
lerthast Corner E astB nd Market Stis,'~ata
Fresh candies always on hand. R. B. A trial of this plan costs but 2 7 E S A
Lorya, the druggist. little and is sure to lead to CHARLESTON, s. C.
For writing paper, pens and ink, at the!i profitable Culture.
lowet pries, go to Brookinton's. yt~aen:avrile ielr eri
he mnarket re tob foun at Brokinton's. aghatstbeaorksujcofrt ton,5 * ATTORNEY AT LA W
?*rthat torpi lier tr -Thedfora's l . GERMAN KAL WORKS, . MANN~ING, 8. C.
Palace Dry-Goods Emporium.
PREPARFS 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 asHed 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
IMatIes' OlCoal- eJaocketas a:lCd. Ca4pe3
- ALSO FOR THE LITTLE ONES-..
Reeers. Jaockets n.nr '-etonbea
Pdoe k This Ospadt Wil 1h Ahsi Sisse
No finer assortment or more beautiful fabrics can be found
anywhere. Such prices were never before heard of.
80 pleces new dres goods beautiful ooloingM all-wool fning......at I%.
35 pieces beautiful fancy whipeotde ad bourtes 36 inehes wide, 35
cent goods......................... a f
20 Pieces all-wool Bars. sowedt colors 38 inebes wide, Ae goods. .t 37a
15 pieces all-wool habit eloths, 8 inches vide, regular price 4&e....at 3f,
15 pieces flannels U inches Vide-you hive paid 8) a yard.......at 39g
Black ceshmeree and henrietka%.38-insh, at 15C 19 and 23 per yard.
10 pieces black henrietta, 38-ineh, all wool, worth fe...........at 2k.
5 pieces black henrietta, a-inch, all wool, worh 40.......... .ga
THE AIO NEYES YOU AN IDEA OF NOW TREY IL
Everyone is aware of the rise in all Cotton goods. We
bought ours early. To our customers we give the benedL
Plenty to supply you all, so long as they last.
They Go at These Prices:
)ne ea, Fruit of the Loom bleach, Carpts, nor paus.
36 inches wide............at 7c from.................
)no caue (and the last) best dress- Mating..............from 12c up
duck, sold everywhere for 10c. .at 6C Shaes...............fm 19. up
)ne case fine ginghams, the 7-cent Lae eutains,
kind...................-at SC from.............apairp
)ne case best outing, the ten-cent Rugs, all styles
kind.................. 7c from...................uI
ree cases best prints, full widths, Ladie al-wool guntlet gv
all styles.............. at 5C sold Usully at 35e......... No
Sarpes, ne pa0en.
Pe vaBaugfa tyles,
DorS sand.-. wBli.ndsl.e
-PO BT OURGOS FU
SUTTTERY andDRES-AIN HAcLLe
Pr ishtoanuc thanufey aetrowngo.e
DoorsinDie, ash and Toletnds.
7848METING T.W(A RETOS.
saQaER IN CHITNA HALLS
and a General Line of
EOUSE FUENZSEZNQ GOODS.
~Ile htn1a A~t !or thIIe ii il itori,
Opposite Court House - - - SUMTER, S. 0,
[Have Now on the Way : : : : :
: :: :Two ar-Loads of
[hey Will Arrive About Friday, November 8th.
Among them are some Fancy Driving Horses and several pairs.
Come and vee them... .. .. ...-..-..
Sumter, S. C. - - - November 4, 1895.
TROMAS WILSON, R. E. JAQU.. .OHN wIM~ON.
President. Manager. Secretary and Treasure.
[he Carolinla Go00ry Compally
SUCCESSORS OF BOYD BROTHERS,
Whiolesale Grrocers and Commission Mercliants,
No. 195 EAST BAY,
0-m mziEswoeg - - - 5.-0C