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gE Panning Vimo.
PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27th, 1895.
CUTS NO FIGURE.
Stereotyped Advertisements With
High Sounding Announcements
Cuts No Figure. Tell the Peo
ple of Your Great Bargains
and Plain, Unmistak
500 bushels of finest red rust proof
oats, only 60c per bushel.
200 bushels red rust proof oats,
only 50 per bushel.
,4. large lot of Liverpool salt, 125 lb
saeks, only 60c.
A large lot of New York fine ground
salt, 110-b sacks, only 50c per sack.
You want salt to cre your meat;
here is the place to get it.
A Large lot of very fine Irish pota
toes only 25c per peck.
We have a car load of as fine flour
as ever came to this town, only $4.50
for the best.
We have raisins, citrons, currants
and pulverized sugar in large quan
tities for making your Christmas
Another lot of 5000 yards quilt cal
ico, only 2*c per yard, colors war
ranted to stand.
We have a great bargain to offer
you in jeans, at 12 and 15e per yard,
well worth 20 and 25c.
Bear In mind, we have the -largest
stock of shoes on hand now we have
had this season; prices to suit every
Our ladies' pebble grain button
shoes at $1.15 per pair, is something
that just can't be beat for the money
Yours for the cash,
W. E. JENKINSON.
Mrs. J. H. McKnight is about well again.
Hon. John S. Wilson has been very sick,
but is able to be out again.
Hon. Walter Hazard, of Georgetown, was
in Manning last Monday.
Major A. Levi and wife returned from
the exposition last Sunday night.
The Manning Guards will make a good
showing at the Atlanta exposition.
- Do not put off paying your taxes; there
is no. excuse this year for delinquents.
To-morrow is Thanksgiving day and we
have a fine voice for turkey and cranberry
Miss Alice Snowden, of Charleston, is in
Manning visiting the family of Mr. C. R.
Mr. Mitchell Levi and family, of Sum
ter, have been spending a few days with
The Manning Times had the largest
issue of any county newspaper in the State
Thomas & Bradham will have a car load
of fine horses, mares and mules to arrive
The starch factory people at Summerton
still believe they will get a plant, and we
hope they will.
All kinds of stationary at B. B. Loryea's.
Dr. B. B. Loryea, attendedl the meeting
of the State Pharmaceutical association in
Charleston last week.
'-Bed Rooster" smoking and chewing to
bacco, 5c a twist, at Brockinton's.
Mr. H. D. Clark and bride, of Copes, are
spending a part of their honey moon with
relatives in Manning.
Call at the Racket Store for Trilby veil
daug. china cups, vases etc.
Manning needs several industrial enter
prises, will not some of our business men
set the ball in motion?
For that torpid liver try "Thedford's
Black Draught" at Brockinton's.
Miss Nettie Weinberg has gone to Sum
ter on a visit to relatives, and from there
she will go to the exposition.
Plant rye ! get your seed from 3. W. Mc
Dr. 1R. B. Loryea- was re-elected as a
member ot the board of Pharmaceutical ex
aminers for the six year term.
A full line of Christmas goods arriving
at J. W. McLeod's.
The Constitutional Convention adjourned
its afternoon session last Saturday in
memory of Hon. James M. Sprott, de
For writing paper, pens and ink, at the
lowest prices, go to Brockinton's.
The town council will soon be after tax
delinquents and they have made arrange
ments with caterer Lisbon Nelson to furn
ish board to the lodgers.
Fresh and genuine garden seed at R. B.
There will be an ice cream festival on
Friday night, December 6th, in the Packs
ville academy; proceeds for the benefit of
the Baptist Sunday school.
"Pick Leaf " smoking tobacco, 10e a
package, at Brockinton's.
We have some good ones on the mem
bers of the "tea party" and unless they
treat us right, we may be tempted to tell
some funny things we know.
B. B. Loryea, the druggist, has a large
:stock of spectacles and eyeglasses.
The horse sale at Thomas & Bradham's
stables last week was quite a success, so
much so that Mr. Thomas hia taken anoth
er trip to St. Louis for more horses.
The nicest line of fresh candies to be
found at Brockinton's.
Take a look at the Manning Times prize
machine to be given away December 24th.
The machine is on exhibition in Lev-i's
show wmndow. All paid up subscribers
will have a chance at this valuable prize.
A full line of nuts, such as brazils, al
monds, pecans and english walnuts, at J.
One day last week sisirs. N. G. Broad
way and J. A. Rich killed a wild cat in
Sammy Swamp, near Duflose's bridge.
The animal measured three feet one and
three-fourths of an inch in length.
Do you know that the best 5c cigars on
the market are to be found at Brockinton's.
Three members of the Constitutional
Convention have died since the as
sembling of that great body, and
under a resolution their fa-nilies will
receive full pay as long as the Conven
tion sits the same as the living members.
In order to make your Christman cakes
a success use "Gold Medal" flour. For sale
by J. W. McLeod.
If the county treasurer would write tax
receipts steadily from now on, until the
last day for the collection of taxes, we do
mot believe he would be able to write a
:sufficient number to cover all that are yet
,to pay. Come in and pay up or take the
,coisequences without grumbling.
If you want any kind of stationary, such
as writing paper, bax paper, envelopes,
tablets, pens, inks, blank-books, pencils
and slates go to R. B. Loryea, the drug
We asked a gentleman if he was going
to the big show in Atlanta and he told us
he would like to, but his wife did not care
to go and he would not think of going
without her. His wife was with him and
she promptly said she wonld go. The
gntleman's face dropped several degrees
blow zero to hunt some other excuse and
he finally found one.
For pulverized sugar, raisins, currants,
citron and flavoring extracts, go to J. W.
The blind tiger pimps have a great
scheme to beat country men out of money
when they come to town. They work
their racket by pretending to know where
they can buy better liquor for less money
than can be obtained from the dispentsary.
and they get the conntry man's money, off
they go, while the poor fool stands aout
looking for his whiskey. Last Saturday
this trick was worked on Warren Childers,
a pumpkin colored -.on from the Davis
neighborbood. We guess Warren will be
up to snuff when he again comes to town.
When we hear a great big stalwart man
whining about not being able to make a
living on a farm it gives as a very tired
feeling, in fact, it produces nausea. for it
is positive proof the man his not ex-rcised
the brain with which he is endwed by his
Maker. He has simply been trying to pay
a lien from year to year by raising cotton.
If he had p!anted the "Banch Yan" po
tato, he would now be wearing a --biled"
shirt and coul. sit up in the amen cornor"
with the big folks.. .rs. B A. Walker in
troduced the Bunch Yam here and her suc.
cess has simplv been narvelou"s, on three
fourths of au acre this year, she has dug
210 bus'iles an I left a plenty in the ground
for the bogs to fatten on. Last year we
mentioned Mrs. Walker's succe.,s with her
farm and especially her potatoes and the
result was that other people iot in the wake
of her progess by buying the Bunch Yam
siips from her and every one of them have
made plenty of potatoes, an.1 their chil
dren lqpk as fat and chubby as butter
AN HONORED SON OF CLAREN
DON CROSSES THE RIVER.
Died, last Friday night, at his home in
Jordan. Hon. Jas. M. Sprott, ag-d thirty
nine years. The fiunerad took place Satur
day afteonoon in the Jordan Methodist
church. Rev. R. A Few conducted the
The funeral was largely attended and
quite a number went from this place to
pay their sad tribute to the deceased who
was universally esteemed.
Mr. Sprott was one of Clarendon's most
honored citizens. His life w.s such as to
command the respect and confidence of
everobody. He was of a modest and retir
ing disposition, but was always ready to do
his full duty as a citizun.
The Legislature of South Carolina, rec
ognizing his sterling character and thor
ough business ability, selected him as one
of the directors of the State penitentiary,
and in said position his judgment was
highly regarded; and when the people of
Clarendon were lhoking around for repre
sentatives to the Constitutional convention,
although against his wishes and after the
most urgent solicitation, he consented to
serve, and was chosen by a most flattering
His work, as long as kis health permitted,
was done in his usual painstaking manner,
and with the sole object of doing what he
thought was best for the people.
In the Convention he made many friends,
not as a politician, but as a man whose
friendship was worth seeking.
At home he was a kind and indulgent
husband and father, and by his industry
accumulated a nice property. He leaves a
widow and eight children and a host of
friends to mourn his loss. In his death
Clarendon has lost a most valuaie citizen,
the dependent in. the community, a
kind and helping friend, and the State
a patriot. He was also a prominent
member of Damon lodge, Knights of
Why suffer with coughs, colds and la
grippe when Laxative Bromo Quinine will
cure you in one day. Does not produce
the ringing in the head like Sulphate of
Quinine. Put up in tablets convenient for
taking. Guaranteed to cure, or noney re
funded. Price, 25 cents. For sale by R.
B. Loryea, the Lruggist.
KENNEDY AND CANTEY VOTED
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 21, 1895.
Enrroa Massnso TIMts:-I feel it my
duty to correct an error which occurred in
your issue of last week, concerning the vote
of my colleagues, Messrs. Cantey and Ken
nedy, on the raid made on the State tres
ury. They were both present and stated
that they were paired (Mr Cantey with Mr.
Cunningham and Mr. Kennedy with Major
Barker). otherwise they -would have voted
"no." I was in the same condition, paired
with Mr. Bryan of Charleston. We did all
we could to defeat this increase of pay, but
failed. We are recorded on every vote and
feel proud of what we have accomplished
for our people in the suffrage, scbo il, home
stead and poll tax questior-s, and feel now
th.at we have accomplished some good for
our people. Truly yours.
DArszEI. J. BnADHA&M.
"I escaped being a confirmed dyspeptic
by taking Ayer'si Pills in time." Skis is the
expeiience of many. Ayer's Pills, whether
as an after-dinner pill or as a remedy for
liver complaint, indigestion, fiatulency,
water brash, and nausea, are invaluable.
* NEW ZION MEETING.
There was a tremendous gathering of
people at New Zion last Saturday, the
crowd is estimated at about 1,500 to 2,000
andthey were there from Sumter, Kingstree,
Williamsburg and other counties all inter
ested in the new county scheme. Speeches
were made by several, and barbecue was as
plentiful as whortle-berries in mid-sum
mer. The people in those sections border
ing on Clarendon are fully determined to
have a new county and we believe they
will succeed. Clarendon would hate to lose
the Salem section, for the reason that it is
one of the best portions of the county, and
if the present indications are any sign, it
will be the tichest. The sentiments in
favor of the new county is almost unani
mos at present, but what it will be when
te people begin to learn that the luxury
will mean the payment of double taxes we
do not know. Already there is some dis
agreement among them with reference to
locating the county seat; some want it at
Shiloh and others want it at Doggets cross
roads. The promoters of the scheme are
having petitions signed up and they pro
pose to work on the Constitutional Con
vention, but we think they are too late as
the Convention will hardly make any more
Catarrh can be successfully treated only
by purifying the blood, and the one true
blood purifier is Hood's Sarsaparilla.
THE MANNING ACADEMY.
The following pupils merited the medals
for the week ending Nov. 15:
Collegiate, David Bradham and Marvin
Strange; higher, Cammie Ridgill; interme
diate, Truidie Strange; primary, Eddie
The conduct medal was voted to Virginia
E. C. AI.szaoox.
When the hair begins to fall out or. turn
gray, the scalp needs doctoring, and we
know of no better specific than Hall's
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer.
How about that pair of spectacles you are
needing so bad ? Now is your time to get
them at Brockinton's.
Don't forget that Thomas & Bradham
keep constantly on hand a full line of bug
gies, one and two horse wagons, the Buck
eye & Wood mowers and rakes ; also the
best and cheapest line of harness in town.
Be sure and see them before buying.
Just received, at J. W. McLeod's, a cargo
of genuine red rust proof oats, also a fine
lot of seed rye.
Preserve your sight by having your eyes
properly fitted with a pair of "Crystal
Lenses." Spectacles or eyeglasses. R. B.
Loryca, the druggist,
The Rev. Lowrie Wilson, D. D., who is
to be with us at our communion meeting in
the Presbyterian church, in this place, on
next Sabbath and several days before, is
expected to preach his first sermon, Thurs
day, Nov. 28th, at 8:15 o'clock p. m.
Manning, S. C., Nv 27, 1895.
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 musthelpthe Liverabit,
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 tha3,
one bottle did the business. I shall use
it when in need, and recommend it."
Be sure that you 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. E.Zeiln & Co,, PhiladelLphi.
We will soon have a lot of Websters un
abridged dictionaries for sale at $1.50, 2.50
and 5.00 They are well bound and every
family should have one. These books are
cheap and as we will only have a limited
number, parties wishing them had better
engage them. One of these valuable books
would be an elegant Christmas present.
BUCKLEN'S ARICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers. salt. rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,.
orns and all skin eruptions, and positively I
cures piles or no pay required. It is guar-I
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Loryea.
THE DISCOVERY SAVED HIS LIFE.
Mr. G. Caillouette. Druggist, Beaversville,
Ill., says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery
I owe my life. Was taken with La Grippe
and tried all the physicians for miles about.
but of no avail and was given up and told
I could not live. Having Dr. King's New
Discovery iu my store I sent for a bottle
and began its use and from the first dose
began to get better, and after using three
bottles was up and about again. It is
worth its weight in gold. We won't kee'
store or house without it." Get a free trial
at R. B. Loryea's drug store.
CURE FOR HEADACHE.
As a remedy for all forms of headache
Electric Bitters has proved to be the very
best. It effects a permanent cure and the
most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield
to its influence. We urge all who are af
flicted to procure a bottle, and give this
remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual
constipation Electric Bitters cures by giving
the needed tone to the bowels, and few
cases long resist the use of this medicine.
Try it once. Large bottles only 50 cents at
R. B. Loryea's drug store.
MANNING GUARDS AT THE
This morning bright and early the Man
ning Guards were coming to town from
every direction to take the train for the
Atlanta exposition. They gathered at their
armory and formed in line to march to the
depot. Quite a large crowd of citizens
also went from this place. Following are
the names of those of thei company who
Capt. W. C. Davis.
Ist Lieut. A. C. Davis.
2nd Lient C. A. Ridgill.
3rd Lieut. J. E. Kelly.
1st Sergt. Willie Johnson.
2nd Sergt. Willie Davis.
3rd Sergt. Willie Young.
Cor porals-ThomaS Tisdale, Norris Mc
Leod, J. C. Gritham, and J. H. June.
Quarter Master, E. S. Ervin. -
Color-bearer, '2. L. Ridgill.
Privates-T J Stukes, J C Jordan, E w.
Barron, J F Bradlham, 4' C Johnson, Hugh
son Jayroe, A S Rawlinson, W J Rawlin
son, G M1 Bradhamn, R R Jenkinson, J H
Timmons, D B Jones, C H Bradley. C P
Lesene, D A Bradham, C F Rawlinson, H
N Brunson, W I Conyers, C C Chewning,
C L Emanuel, F E Barron, J D Gough
and WV T Francis.
J S Sprott, servant.
In the future the gins and grist mill will
run at Summerton Oil mill every Friday and
Saturday. Will buy cotton seed on those
two days, and pay the highest prios pos
sible for seed. L. T. Fisher, for D. M.
R. B. LORYEA,
Has just secured the agency for
KEL HA M & MOOR E'S
And now has the largest
stock of Optical Goods
ever brought to Man
PElFECT SIGHT IS INV2.LUABLE.
Preserve your sight by
using our "Crystal
Lenses" Spectacles or
Eyeglasses. We take
special pains to fit the
eyes accurately, and
Call and have your eyes examined free
R .. 1B. LOR Y EA ,
Druggist and Optician.
Sucessor to J. G. Dinkins & Co.
Seventh Annual Session Begins
Courses: Primary, intermediate, high
school and collegiate.
Latin and higher mathematics required
French. German and Greek taught if
per Send for catalogue.
E. J. BROWNE, Principal.
Jas. E. DAVIS, Chairman Board.
I. I. BAGNAL, Secretary and Treasurer.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
DAMON LODGE No.|3.
4 F meets every first and third
Ic '( Thursday nights. Every
--member requested to at
x tend regularly and prompt
ly. Visiting brothers al
0 . E.WEB,
S. A. RIG
Gent's clothing from $4.00 a suit up.
In this line we can show you beautift
room, sitting room, dining room, bed ro
of all. We also carry a large line of tab]
ter dishes, and many other articles usm
Hats and Caps.
,, We keep the latest styles in Hats and Q
There is no need of talking to you about
headquarters for staple and fancy gro
tripe, mock-turtle soup, canned beef, bi
This Week We Expect
to Start a Cyclone of
Low Prices and We
Going to Sweep the
County from Santee
500 bushels of as fiue red rust proof
ats as over came from Ninety Six,
oly 60c per bushel.
200 bushels of Texas red rust proof
ats, only 50c per bushel.
*As large lot of garden seeds as 'was
ver shown in the town of Manning.
resh and just from the seed farm.
1 car-load of as fine flour as ever
ame from the West, only $4.50 per
A large lot of Liverpool salt for
uring meat, 125 lb sacks, only 60c
A large lot of New York fine ground
alt for general use, 110 lb. sacks,
We have in stock a large lot of
hewing tobacco. Our Red Juice at
5e per Ib, our Annie McLeod at 40c,
-id the Cabin Boy at 25c per lb, are
;oods that can't be beat for the
oney anywhere in the State.
A large lot of very fine irish pota
oes, only 25c per peck.
Dry Goods and Notions.
Another lot of 5,000 yds of quilt
remnant calico just reeeived and still
it goes. Wc have bought over 12,000
yards of these goods in the last 60
lays and yet 'we are unable to sup
ply the demand for it. We only ask
you 21c psr yard for it.
We have in stock a large lot of
jeans for children's and gents' pants.
A nice line of casimeres for making
gents' fine pants.
We have just received a lot of
jeans at 15c per yard that will just
knock out anything in the market
for the same money.
We have a very large stock of
shoes on hand and we are selling
them very cheap. We offer you a
pebble grain button shoe at $1.15 per
pair that will just equal anything mn
the market at $1.50 per pair.
Glassware and Crockery.
20 doz tumblers, figured up in the
most beautiful designs, only 85c. per
30 sets of ice cream or desert sets,
one large glass bowl and six small in
dividual dishes, only 25c per set.
We offer you a very nice ironstone
handle tea cup for 40c per set. Iron
stone plates, only 40c per set.
A large line of bowls and pitchers,
pure ironstone granite, only $1.00 for
bowl and pitcher.
20 doz. gents' seamless one-half
ose, only 5c per pair, 'worth 10c.
20 doz. ladies' black hose, extra
long legs and excellent quality, only
This is the best bargain 'we have
ever offered since we have been in the
dry goods business.
W. E. JENKINSON.
F. Kressel, Agt.;
Fish, Oysters, Game
Northeast Corner East Bay and Market Sis,,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER,
MANNING, S. C.
OFFICE IN MANNING HOTEL.
OHN S. WILSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
rMmmNNG S. C.
in Manning to
This department gis comIplute. and wel ar
We have a beautiful line of
Gingimms, in dress Lnd apron ..tyles....
.rown snitings, the thing you warit for chil
In this departmerit you w;lI find bed --p
needleti, stationery, plain an.1 fancley hair-pi
all the latest stvks for hanlds and fawv, lac,
erweur. cologues. iaks, pens, p-n-hollers, I
A good eight-rib sateen oovered umbrella.
A No. I sixteen-rib gingham nibrella....
i-ents' Furnishing Good.
Men's laundered shirts........ from 50c ui
Men's uniaundered hnrL.............
Ve have the best automatic seamless. half-h
assortmeut of collars and cuffs, handkerchii
We have a big line of shoes for men, boys
prices. . A large line of. brogans constani
ZEIGLER shoe for ladies, which can not t
Youths' clothing from $2.50 a suit op
...from $..50 a suit up.
il designs in lamps for the parlor, music
om and hallways at priees within the reach
l glassware, such as goblets, tumblers, but
1y found in glassware and crockery stores.
Lpe for men, boys and girls from 10c to 50k,
groceries, for every one knows that we are
ries. We keep the best grades of canned
akfast strips and the best grades of flour.
Please announce to the public that
I am still in the market with the
choicest line of
Clothing, Dress Goods,
Shoes, Hats, and Notions, that
can be found
in. the county.
i would like to call special atten
tion to my~line of
in stouts, mediums and slims.
a nice line of
Ladies' Capes and Walking Jahckets.
Capes are all the rage
In the way of Rubber Goods
I have the largest line of
to be found in the county
and they must go.
Remember, I am the headquarters
Schloss Bros.' Clothing,
Harris' Wire Buckle Suspenders,
C. & C. Collars and Cuffs,
Foster Kid Gloves,
R, & G. and
Thompson's Glove-Fitting Corsets.
I run a first-class Dry Good's es
tablishment and invite the public to
come in and inspect. I will endeavor
to please you.
Yours very truly,
E. C. HORTON,
and exhausted fields which
were once productive can again
be made profitably fertile
by a proper rotation of crops
and by the intelligent use of
fertilizers containing high per
Strikingly profitable results
have been obtained by follow
'ing this plan.
Our bosare not advertising circnlars boom
ing ,butare practical works, contain
ing laet researches on the subject of fertilization, and
ar real hlpfuzl to farmers. They are sent freo
G 3 E su : eYork.
get go-ds at reasonable prices is
e.sAlling the goods atgrock-bottow prices.
... ................. .....at 5c and 8e
.......................... at 5c and 7%:
tren's dresses .............. 5c
read. white and co!ored; threads,' pins,
as. comb-s-, d.3 lies, table cloths, soaps in
!". velvets, ribbons, towels, ladies' und
eAd pencils.and many other notions.
Think of it.
........................from 30c to $1
............... ...........from 15c up
ose for 5 cent-; you ever saw. A large
4fs, ncckties and gloves at po1gular prices.
ladies, misses and girls at very low
tly on hand. We keep the celebrated
e surpassed in beauty, style and finish.
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UPON WHICH NO EXTRA TARE IS CHARGED.
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Atlanta without change.
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Ask frtcEt iANN "TMESeaor. i
Bargains! + Big Bargains!
It Pays to Tell the Truth!
That's why we are so careful not to
exaggerate iii our advertisemen ts. The
quickest way to sell a good article is to
tell the truth about it.
DRY GOODS CO.
Is offering some of the biggest bargains in
)ress Goods, Cloaks, Jackets,
And Children and Misses' Jackets
ever offered in Sumter. In fact our entire
stock was bought when goods were a great
deal cheaper than they are now. Our in
tentions are to do the square thing, and
satisfac'tion is guaranteed.
ercivaI Manufacturing Co~
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
78 to 486 MEETING ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
-- PROPRIETOBS OF -
dina 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
hina, in Dinner, Tea, and Toilet Sets.
OOOEIN~G ANDl EEATING STOVES
and a General Line of
EOUSE FUPENISEING GOODS.
g0 hnera8l $[16 Ifo 6 1ri0ces El $eat0r2:
CITT T AIT -T - BUII..DIATG,
Opposite Court House - - - SUMTER, S. C,
Have Now on the Way:::::
:..:..:.:.. :.Two Car-Loads of
'ey iIll ArTive Al)0lt Fr'i(dy. Novellbler 8tl.
Among them are some Fancy Driving Horses and several pairs.
Come and see them.... .. .. . ... ...
Sumnter, 5, C. - - - November 4, 1895.
THoMASb WILsON, Rt. E. JAQUE%, JOHN WLJ.ON,
Presdent. Manager. Secretary and Treasurer.
?hi C aroila Grocery C omp aiy
SUCCESSORS OF BOTD) BROTHERS,
Who81Cl'0sa l 'S~i aI(1 ColllllllSSiI Meeltllalll8,
No. 195 EAST BAY,
O a rsu-m1-au - - - B. 0.