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PUBLISHES ALL COUN"TY AND TOW1
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4, 1895.
THE GREAT SECRET
Of Selling Goods is to Buy Then
Right, and the Great Secret of
Buying Goods is to Know a
Bargain When You
We are now receiving our holiday
goods. Come and buy your presentf
from us. We can please you in al
most anything you want.
We have now in stock the prettiesi
line of glassware ever shown in the
town. A nice sauce or berry set con
taming 1 large dish and 6 little indi
vidual dishes, only 25c per set,
A very nice tea set containing but
ter dish, sugar dish, cream pitcher,
and spoon holder, only 25c per set.
10 doz. of the prettiest butter dishes
you ever saw, only 15c each.
Remember those Christmas cakes
in time. We have a large lot of rais
ins at 10c per lb, currants at 10c per
ib, citron at 20c per lb.
Only $4.50 for a barrel of the best
flour the market can produce.
Give us a call when you want the
best red rust proof oats.
Don't forget, ladies, that we keep
on hand all the time a full line of
dress goods and dry goods very
cheap. If you want a nice dress for
the holidays, come and buy it from
us; we will sell it cheap.
Our ladies' pebble grain button
shoe for $1.15 beats the world for the
money we ask for it.
Yours for the cash,
W. E. JENKINSON.
-Dr. Geiger left last Monday to take - in
-Mr. P. B. Thorne, of Kingstree, was
in town yesterday.
-Mrs. W. B. Duncan, of Kingstree, is
here visiting relatives.
-John A. Kelly. Esq.. of the Kingstre
Bar, was in town yesterday. e
-Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Powell and child,
of Georgia, spent to-day with Mrs. W.
C. Davis. Mrs. Powell was formerly Miss
Beulah Grantham, of this town.
Bailroad fare round trip from Manning
to Charleston, begningnext Monday, $1.60.
The sheriff was the busiest man in town
last Monday. He sold 17 tracts of land.
Charleston's Gala Week begins next
Monday. The railroads will give reduced
Onion sets at B. B. Loryea's
Married, last Sunda morning, by Rev.
James McDowell, Mr. Fa Barwick and
Miss Jessie Spigner.
Comfortable rooms with nicely furnished
table can be obtained at the Manning
Hotel for $12.50 per month.
The streets of Manning were qnite
erowded last Monday, most of the people
were interested in the laridsales.
These rn arrears with the town had bet
ter eotne forward and settle if they wish to
avoid paying penalties and coats..
The finest line of five cents eigars in'
Manning, at B. B. Loryea's
The clerk of the town council has been
instructed to keep his books open for the
collection of town taxes until the 14th
Married last Monday, by Trial Justice
~Turbeville, at Seloc, Mr. Silas McD.
Grooms and Miss Eva Lee. It was an
Mr. Wesley Bichbonrg, of Summerton,
has our thanks for a present of four turnips
weighting fourteen pounds4 They were
very nie. Next!
Acting Intendant Levi had a gambling
den raided last week and cooped several of
the gamblers, the others made good their
escape, but they are known, and if they
over come back they will be run in.
When in need of jelly for cakes come to
Died,- near Silver, last Thursday, Mr.
L. F. E. Lesesne, eldest son of the late
Major W. T. Lesesne. The funeral took
place Friday in the Presbyterian church
here. Rev. James McDowell conducted the
service, after whiolhDamon Lodge Knights
of Pythias buried their deceased brother
with the honors of the order.
Parties contemplating a visit to Charles
ton during Gala week~will find an excellent
p lace to stp at Mrs. B. C. Ottolingai's 5
itt street. This is not a regular boarding
house, but Mrs. Ottoliuni will for the few
days accommodate a few guests. Her
zooms are large and comfortable and fare
guaranteed first-class. We have no hesi
tencv in recommending her house to our
Asserted nuts at Bigby's, 20e per lb.
A society has been organized recently in
this town under the name of "The Man
ning Social and Literary Circle," composed
of'young ladies and gentlemen. The fol
lowing are the offcers: Mr. C. J. Epps,
p resident; Miss Nonie Hatrvin, vice-presi
dent; Miss Sallie Stokes, secretary; Mr.
C. J. Lesesne, treasurer. The circle has
now about twenty members. They will
meet to-morrow evening at the home of
Miss Sallie Stakes.
Dr. Lowrie Wilson, of Abbeville, has
been.flling the Presbyterian pulpit in this
place in a series of meetings. His ser
mons are the talk of the town and those
' who had the good fortune to hear him
claim hims to be one of the most eloquent
-ministers in the Presbytery. His sermon
last Sunday for the communion service was
from the song of Solomon: "I sat down
under his shadow with great delight, and
his fruit was sweet to my taste."
A big stock of delicious confectionbry. at
B. B. Loya's.
A large party of gentlemen from Sumter
passed through town last Monday en route
for Santee on a hunting expedition. The
party consisted of the following persons:
Capt. George Loring, J. D. Chandler,
Joseph Du~ant, English DesChamps, Louis
DesChamps, John McIntosh, Willie Beams,
W. Mi. Beams, Samuel Beams, Alex Beams,
W. W. MicKagen, Willie McCall, Frank
Brunson, Frank Winn, H. C. DesChamps,
three servants, 15 hounds, plenty of am
munition and liquid and solid rations.
They are going for a big time and we know
they will have it.
Ptarazo Shaz.-We will sellto the highest
bidder 25 mules and horses on Saturday,
the 10th, inst. These animals are guaran
teed to work as represented-some nice
mares- among them. Be sure and come to
tho sale at Thomas & Bradham's Stables,
At the request of some of our lady fricnds
we will not give away any of the werets of
the "Tea Club" for the pr..ent. The
tems tation, however, ia' great to idl all w'e
know a::d our keeping "mum"~ .d'pcnd.'
entiseiy upon cistnces. In~ te mn.-an
'timze our faithful friend who is :, ui:u:b. r
of the club will continue bitking n.& ,L:zd
pei iaps latex on we will gi .- sr'ep
.uway, We would advise the giris toma'
at thorough examinatio'n ot WI loes
wardrobes, and peep under the~ et.i~; andl
:sofas be f.>re beginning their mn.etiu-gs and
aliso watch cut for the traitor in th.. campo.
Word comes from all quarters that the
:neatest and most satisfactory dye for color
:ing the beard a brown or black is Buc.k
:nnham's Dye for the whiskers.
New lot of raisins, corrants and citrou at
Bigbj' for making fruit cakes. Cheap.
Come and try them.
In the future the gins and grist mill will
run a~t summzerton Oil msill every'r.day an d
Saturday. WV ill buy cotton seed on those
two days, and pay the highest prios. pos
sible for seed. L T. Fisher, for D.. Mi.
We have just returned fromn Atlanta and
can say that we did not realize the im
mensity of Ryttenberg & Sons' establish
ment in Sumter until we went through
some of the big stores in the Gate City.
Ryttenberg's is equally as large and better
arranged than many of Atlanta's best
stores. There is no doubt about it, for
general merchandise this establishment
has no superior anywhere, and what can
not be found therein is not worth having,
for they keep everything at prices to suit
the purchasers. There is more goods in
the establishment of Ryttenberg & Sons
than in a majority of the wholesale houses,
and the immense business done by this
firm is proof that their customers are
pleased and stand by them.
Goff's caps at Rigby's, 25c and 50c.
The blind tiger fiends have been faring
badiy within the last few days. For some
time they have had an easy time and have
been getting in their poison without much
molestation, but last Wednesday Constable
J. D. Alsbrook cawe upon the trail and
seized at Remiti one case of bottled whis
key consigned to P. N. .Jarsh and fonr and
one-half gallons of whiskey consigned to
H. P. Preston. At Pinewood on the same
day he captured one jug consigned to J. P.
Johnson. Last Monday he visited Alcoln
and there captured three gallons of whis
key oonsigned to 3. C. Jones & Sons, and
yesterday he stepped down to oar depot
and seized four gallons of whiskey ad
dressed to C. W. Williams. All of this
whiskey is shipped to fictitious names and
when it is delivered it of course is
used for blind tiger purposes. If consta
ble Alsbrook will visit some of our dens
called restaurants, in this town i.nd county
sometime unexpected, he might be able to
work up some cases for the courts. It
would also be a good scheme to watch the
satchel-barrooms going about under the
guize of barber-shops.
Now is the time to plant onion sets, we
have a fine lot. R. B. Loryea, the drug
Readers we call your attention to the ad.
of Brown, Cuttino & Delgar, one of the
most enterprising firms in the city of Sum
ter. These gentlemen are young men well
known to the people of this county and they
have the reputation of meaning what they
say. When you go to Sumter make it a
point to give them a call and if you are not
pleased it will not be the fault of the court
eous members of this firm. There is noth
ing of the "cheap John" about their estab
lishment, for they only deal with the best
manufacturers and their stock of clothing,
hats and gent's furnishing goods is as com
plete and up-to-date as any establishment
in any progressive city. These gentlemen
cater for the trade and of course, they keep
up with all the styles, a man can go there
anytime and get fitted out as completelT and
as cheaplyasin any store in the State.
Brown, Cuttino & Delgar are first-class, call
on them when you go to Sumter.
ROLL OF HONOR.
To be put on the first roll of honor pu
pils must make between ninety and a
hundred per cent on recitation and exami
nations, and to be on the second roll of
honor they must make between eighty and
Miss B. L. Cantey,
" F. L. Creighton,
" L F. Felder,
4 A. M. Richbourg,
J. K. Cantey,
R. B. Belser.
R. B. Cantey,
W. J. Holladay,
P. J. Holladay,
H. R. Sublett,
H. A. Richbourg,
J. C. Thomas,
Miss E. E. Coskrey,
" A. F. Cantey,
" M. L. Holladay,
SL. M. Badger.
" H. L. Shuford.
M. W. Pmr'or,
Mins. M. W. Pzamor, Principal.
Summerton, Graded School, Nov. 29, 1895
BUCKLEN'S ARBICA 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
cures piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
H. B. Loryes.
-A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE.
D. W. Faller, of Canajoharie, N. Y., says
that he always keeps Dr. King's New' Dis
covery in the house and his family has al
ways found the very best results follow its
use; that he would not be without it if pro
curable. G. A. Dykeman, druggist, Cats
kill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's New Dis
covery is undoubtedly the best cough rem
edy; that he has used it in his Family for
eight years, and it has never failed to do
all that is claimed for it. Why not try a
remedy so long tried and tested. Trial
bottles free at B. B. Loryea's drug store
Regular size 50c. and $1.00.
DID YOU EVER
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your
troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get
relief. This medicine has been found to
be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure
of all female complaints, exerting a won
drful direct influence in giving strength
and tone to the organs. If you have loss of
appetice, constipation, headache, fainting
spells, or are nervous, sleepless, excitable,
melancholy, or troubled with dizzy spells,
Electric Bitters is the medicine you need.
Health and strength are guaranteed by its
use. Large bottles only fifty cents at H. B.
Loryea's drug store.
MRS. DAVID'S SCHOOL.
Honor roll for November: Keturahi
Gamble, 97.2; Tommie Strange, 9688; Joe
Hall, 96.4; Meta Brown, 96.4;Ethel Gamble,
9-.8; Edith Hall, 95 4; Lou Timmnons, 95.2;
Eddie Strange, 95; Blanche Strange, 94.6;
Guerry Stukes, 90.6.
Greatest improvement in writing - made
by Lou Timmons.
If you are anxious to find the most re
liable blood-purifier, read in Ayer's Alma
nac the testimonials of those who have
been cured of such terrible diseases as
catarrh, rheumatism, and scrofalar, by the
use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Then govern
The following is the roll of honor of the
Oak Grove High school for the month end
ing Nov- 29:
Miss Edna Hodge, Miss Edna Watt,
Julian Mellett, Gordon Chewning, Miss
Lou Dingle, Miss Rete Mellett, Elvyn Watt,'
Athena Mellett, Henry Carrigan, Neta Bry
ant, Miss Annie Mellett, Sidney Watt, and
L. R. Watt.
Ti. M. Melton,
As an emergency medicine, Ayer's Cherry
Petoral takes the lead of all other remedies.
For the relief and cure of croup, whooping
cough, sore throat. and the dangerous pul
monary troubles to which the young are so
able, it is invaulable, being prompt to act,
sure to cure.
We uill soon have a lot of Websters n
abridged dictionaries for sale at $1.50, 2.50
and 5 0 Theyi are well bound and every
t.nily should have one. 'These books are
cheapul and as we will only have a limited
zmb~er. par-ties wishing them had better
- gag.e them i. One of these valuable books
wonid b-2 an elegant Christmas present.
For wvritin~g paper. penUs and ink, at the
inwest prices, go to Brockinton's.
A fnll line of Christmas goods arriving
at J. W. McLeod's.
Ph.ozt rye ! get your seed froa: J. WV. Mc
For that torpid liver try "Thedford's
;lek Draught" at Brockinton's.
'-Red Rtooster" smoking and chewing to
bacco, 5c a tw.ist, at Brockinton's.
All kinds of stationary at B. B. Loryea's
"Pick Leaf " smoking tobacco, 10e a
Ipackage. at Brock.nton's.
Fresh and genuine garden seed at B, B.
With troubles peculiar to women, my
tem was shat.
there was lit
tie hope for
me. A neigh
bor told me of
-~s. ~ cures by
. - saparilla and)
S I dccidcd to try
had taken 3
bottles I could
sit up, and
now I am per
- d d stron.
ha done all this for me." Mfis. C. F.
1.:;m, La ilatta City, Colorado.
-I Uood'sSarsaparlllla. 2a.
Why suffer with cou;;ls, colds and ]a
grippe when Lae.xtive Bromo Quinine will
cure you in one day. Does not produce
the ringing in the h'ad like Sulphate of
Quinine. Put up in tebXats convenient for
taking. Guaranteed to cure, or noney re
funded. Price, 25 cents. For sale by R.
B. Loryea, the Lrnggist.
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 fall 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.
Loryea, the druggist.
For pulverized sugar, raisins, currants,
citron and fiavoring extracts, go to J. W.
If you want any kind of stationary, such
as writing paper, ba% paper, envelopes,
tablets, pens, inks, blank-books, pencils
and slates go to R. B. Loryea, the drug
In order to make your Christmas cakes
a success use "Gold Medal" flour. For sale
by J. W. McLeod.
Do you know that the beat 5c cigars on
the market are to be found at Brockinton's.
A full line of nuts, such as brazils, al.
monds, pecans and english walnuts, at J.
The nicest line of fresh candies to be
found at Brockinton's.
R. B. Loryea, the druggist, has a large
stock of spectacles and eyeglasses.
The Mobile and Girard railroad was
old at public outcry at Girard, Ala.,
for $1,000,000. The purchaser was Ju
lian T. Davis of New York, who is the
attorney of the Central Trust company
of New York. - The sale was made un
der a decree of foreclosure of the first
ohn P. McCrary shot and instantly
'led William Turner, deput marshal,
on Main street, in Walhalla. . 0. They
had an altercation early in the after
noon. Turner was standing on the
eda of the sidewalk when Mc
w dup to him and pullingou
ptolhrew it at Turner's breast and
shthim twice through the heart.
Friends of ex-Probate Judge Ran
dolph, in Montgomery, Ala., who de
faulted, went to Panama. and hl
there killed a policeman, has receive
information that he has stood his pre
liminary trial and is out on bail. Rtan
dolph was a warm personal and lti
cal friend of Secretary of the w~
Herbert, who, it is supposed, has not
forgotten him in his trouble.
A novel and picturesque feature of
the Thanksgiving celebration in Nash
ville, Tenn., was a parade of ox-confed
erate soldiers. There was a long line
of the veterans--infantry, cavar and
artillery-and over their gray uniforms
floated the stars and stripes. They had
a great dinner, which was concluded in
the evening with an entertainment at
which there was music and recitations.
In East Nashville, Tenn., Thomas
Jones, a quiet, paeable citizen, was
rmurdered byGere aIles, a negr,
about 10 o'clc Sidymorning. .
Jones had gone to Hae's house to In
duce him to ceaserain a disturb~ne
Hot words ensued andH without
w'~g drew a pitol and sot Jones,
from wJ'ch he soon died. Hale ~s
shot at J'ones' niece. The negroha
not been captured.
An unoccupied building four miles
from Hode, S. C., in which fodder
was store, was burned, and afteWd
thre body of a woman was found in the
-s with arms and legs urned off.
he body is that of Narcissas Bagnall,
a young white woman who had started
to Hogs to take the train for Atlanta.
She hd$30 when last seen by her
friends. John Mitchell and Wash Ware,
two ne,,roes, have been arrested, charged
with the murder.
Bart Thrasher, the Bibb county (Ala)
outlaw and the noted desperado crimi
nal in Pratt mines penitentiary, svith
six pals, being life sentence murderers,
escaped by sawing their waythog
the floor of their cell in the sokd
yard. They rushed upon the nearest
guard, knocked him half dead with a
brick, took his guin and then, overpow
ering and disarming the remainn
gur, scaled the walls of the yard and
fe.Three have been recaptured.
Dr. Sampson Pope, who was defeated
in the last election in the race for gov
ernor of South Carolina, is out in an
interview in which he announces that
he has gone to the Renublican party.
He says: "You may loo~k for a lively
campaig in this state next year. I
wo dnot be surprised to see South Car
olina in the Republican column along
side old Virginia, West Virginia, North
Carolina, Tennessee Louisiana and Tex
as. Kentucky and kiaryland are in the
column to stay."
Visitors to Charleston
from Dec. gth to 14th
are invited to attend a
232Sle zn Mere"Ttingh Stree t
CT- AR RSON S.C
I The Best Place
in Manning to get goods at reasonable prices is
S. A. R 1I"0'; BY's.
This department I is complete, and weFare'selling thelgoods atjrock-bottom prices.
We have a beautiful line of
Ontings.................. ...................................... at 5c and 8e
Ginghautn. in dress and apron styles.................................at Sc and 7c
Crown suitings, the thing you want for children's dresses.............. Sc
In this department you will find bed spreads, white and colored; threadsjpins,
needles, stationery, plain and fancy hair-pins, combs, doylies, table cloths, soaps in
all the latest styles for hands and face, laces. velvets, ribbons, toweis, ladios' und
erwear, cologues, iaks, pens, pen-holders, lead pencils and many other notions.
A good cight-rib sateen-covered umbrella.................. ....... ......for 50C
A No. 1 sixteen-rib gingham umbrella.....................................for 900
/ Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Mln's laundered shirts........from 50c up. Think of it.
Men's unlaundered birts..........................................from 30c to $:1
Men's drawers......................................................from 15 up
We have the best automatic seamlesslhalf-hose for 5 cents you ever saw. A large
assortment of collars and cuffs, handkerchiefs, neckties and gloves at popular prices,
We have a big line of shoes for men, boys, ladies, misses and girls at very low
prices. A large line of brogans constantly on hand. We keep the celebrated
- ZEIGLER shoe for ladies, which can not be surpassed in beauty, style and finish.
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. The
In this line we can show you beautiful designs in lamps for the parlor, music
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, bat
ter dishes, and many other articles usually found in glassware and crockery stores.
Hats and Caps.
We keep the latest styles in Hats and Caps for men, boys and girls from 10o to 50c. for
There is no need of talking to you about groceries, for every one knows that we are
headquarters for staple and fancy grocries. We keep the best grados of canned
tripe, mock-turtle soup, canned beef, breakfast strips and the best grades of flour.
for the Eye-glasses
R. B. LORYEA,
Has just secured the agency for
KELHAM & MOORE'S
This Week We Expect reafas s atdf
to Start a Cyclone of Spectacles a*nd
fo re the +++ Eyeglasses!
e rH aditosr And now has the largest
L no P ressto Optical Goods
G-oing to .Sweep the Please announce to the public that evrbogtoMa
County from Santee I am still in the market with the nng
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Bargains! Big Bargains
It Pays to Tell the Truth!
That's why we are so carefal not to
exaggerate in our advertisements. The
quickest way to sell a good article is to
tell the truth about it. - - - - - --
DRY GOODS .C0
Is offering some of the biggest bargains in
Dress 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
satisfaction is guaranteed.
Tlie Sumter Dlry-goods CwOM0r
STJMTER, S. C.
To low prices-the middleman's profit-has
been done away with here. We deal direct
Our New York buyers have succeeded in getting another lot of those
ancy Plaids, and we are putting them at prices that will take the entire
sortment in a short while, so do not miss the chance of getting some.
Plaids at 8 1-3 cents, cheap at 15 cents.
Plaids at 27 cents, sold elsewhere at 40 cents.
Plaids at 35 cents, sold elsewhere at 50 cents.
Plaids at 49 cents sold elsewhere at 65 cents.
One case of Brocadines at 11 1-2 cents,lall shades.
One case of Henriettas at 11 cents, all shades.
A 54-in. Dress Flannels at 47c., worth 65c.
54-in. Black and Blue Storm Serges at 49c., cheap at 65e.
-A lot of(36-in. all wool Serges at 25c.
A let of Rough suitings at 27c., would be .
cheap at 37 1-2c.
A lot of Rough Suitings at 47e., cheap at 65c.
One case of Ginghams at 4 1-2c., cheap
at 6 1-4e.
Another lot of India Fleece at 10e.
)ur Blanket Sales this Season Have Been
,d to those who have not supplied themselves would say that we have re
ived two more cases and will offer them at prices under their value. See
em and you will buy them.
n Carpets We Are Showing Great Bargains.
Our Carpets at 39e., 49c., 65c., cannot be duplicated at 50c., 630c., and.75e
e are closing out a lot of Remnants of Carpets and Mattings at a great
- - - Our Clothing -- -
aes have been thelgratest of the season. We have~the largest stock and
ame the lowest prices. We are daily receiving new goods, and are sure to
please you. We have also a Custom Department. Goods made to order and
Do You Wear Shoes?
If so you cannot pass this department. Sole agents for the leading
d popular manufacturers, and we can surely please you in price and
Sole Agents for Celebrated 5. 0.
Corsets. Every pair warranted.
Sole Agents for Butterick's Patterns, the
Standard Patterns of the world.
We carry the largest and best selected stock of HARNESS and SAD
LERY in this market, and name prices that defy competition. In
Hardware and Crockery
We can give you an immecnse line to select from, at bottom prices.
Our stock of Staple and Fancy Grocenies is the largest and best
acleted in this market, and prices are equal to any in the South. In our
We have some special inducements for dealers.
A visit to our store will amply repay you.
N. W. Corner Main and Liberty Streets,
SUMTER, S. C,