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PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 25, 1895.
Look-out for squalls.
A merry, merry Christmas to all.
Call at the Times Office and buy a big
The musical notes of gobble, gobble, will
be stilled to-day.
Thomas & Bradhamn had a horse sale in
Salem last Thursday.
The college boys and girls are at home
spending the holidays.
The county treasurer tells us that the
taxes are coniing in very slowly.
The Euphemian Literary Society will
have a public meeting next Friday even
ing 27th inst. The public is invited to at
We missed a treat last Friday by not be
ing able to accept a kind invitation to dine
at Mr. C. L. Emanuel's.
Henkel Craig. & Co.. sold a fine lot of
horses and mules at Leg & lutchin
son's stables last Monday.
There was a Christmas tree entertain.
ment last Monday night at Miss Carrie
Legg's school house in the Fork.
An occasional visit to Pinewood would
have a healthy effect on the dispensary law,
and help to increase the school fund.
The Bank of Manning i, closed to-day,
and will be closed to-morrow for the officers
to take Chrismis. The bank will also be
closed New Year's Day.
Assorted nuts at Rigby's, 20c per lb.
We think it would be a good idea if the
water in parts of Manning could be ana!
yzed in order to locate the cause of certain
Now is the time to plant onion sets, we
have a fine lot. R. B. Loryea, the drug
Died last Thursday at her home in Salem,
Mrs. Flovilla Lavender, aged about seventy
live years. She had been a member of the
Midway Presbyterian church for fifty years.
Onion sets at R. B. Loryea's
We saved a number of New Home sewing
machines from the fire and will sell them
very cheap for the cash. You will never
buj them as cheap again. W. E. Jenkin
A big stock of delicious confectionery, at
E. B. Loryea's.
The Episcopal parsonage. near Fulton,
occupied by Dr. James B. Richardson, was
destroyed by fire on Saturday. 14th inst.
Doctor Richardson saved some of his furni.
Goff's caps at Rigby's, 25c and 50v.
A box containing liquor was seized at tL-e
Manning depot recently. The cousignees
claim the liqnor was for their private use,
but do not explain why the stuff was
bid away in a box.
Sachet powder at the Racket Store.
Please look among your old copies of the
Times and tind for us tbo three missing
issues so as complete our file. The dates
are Sept. Gth 1894, Dec. 19th 1894, and Dec.
The nicest line of fresh candies to be
found at Brockinton's.
Mr. H. S.-Dollard sent us four excellent
turnips which we appreciate very much,
now if our friend had only thought of it he
would have sent along a ham of pork to
cook with his fine turaips.
All kinds of stationary at R. B. L'ryea's
Since Constables Alsbrook and Carroll
have been at home visiting tneir families
we notice that certain suspected charneters
do not take trips in the conntry as often as
they used to. Walking bars are off on a
How about that pair of spectacles you are
needing so bad ? Now is your time to get
them at Brockinton's.
Marrried, last Thursday nighbt at the
residence of the bride's parent, by Rev. C.
W. Watson, Mr- William Richbourg and
Miss Josephine Sumter. After the cere
mony a magnificient reception was ten
dered the guests.
'-e Rooster" smoking and chewing to
bacco, 5c a twist, at Brockinton's.
Remember that before another issue of thbe
Times the tax books will be closed. The
readers of this paper will be doing a favor
to those who do not take it, to tell them,
that the books close next Tuesday, and
there will positiv'ely be no extension.
R. B. Loryea, the druggist, has a large
stock of spectacles and eyegltsses.
The elopement scheduled for this morn
ing failed to specify for two reasons, first,
because the Romeo could not raise the
necessary funds to buy him a suit of store
clothes and second the Juliet is now a
member of the "Tea Club" and man is so
detestable any way.
"Pick Leaf" smoking tobacco, 10c a
package, at Brockinton's.
Died last Monday night at midnight, at
his residence, in Manning, after a linger
ing illness. Mr. Wolf Pass, aged about
twenty.aight years. Tho body was taken
to Charleston last night where it will be
interred to-day ini the Jewish cemetary.
The deceased leavas a wife and two small
Toys, dolls and other Christmas goods,
at the Racket Store.
We have receiv-ed a few of Webster's
Unabridged dictionari-ss and we will sell
them at astonishngly low prices. A die
tionary of the englhsh language containing
1281 pages can be purchased from this
office for $1.50. Every family should have
one as it is next in importance to the great
est of all books, tne bible.
Fresh and genuine garden seed at R. B.
A young lady hung op her stocking last
night and this morning she was the first at
at her house to get; up day had not time to
make his way into the windows of her
chamber, so 'she struck a light, got hold of
her stocking-well we need not teli all, be
cause she got her foot in it. This damsel
belongs to the '-Tea Club."
Rigby, as nsual, has his center counters
full of Christmas attractions. Be sure you
take a look at his pretties.
One of our lady friounds cautiot~ed us to
look out I. r a crowd of girls who propose to
mob us. We are truly glad of this warning
and giv* '.otice to the mob of tea.clubers
that they must not jnmip us in onr office,
nor on the street, because wea have a has of
trained mice in the office and always catrry
a half dozen of them in oar pockects.
Fer writir-g laper, pens and ink, at the
lowest prices, go to Brockiunton's.
Santa Claus, accompao'iedl by his wife
and two daugter,appae in the~ hall of
the Co'll-giate Institute building lust night
at h.dlf-past .six. lie deiveredl an ad1 i,-,s
to the anche-nce, and dlistrihted' such1 gifts
as Le b~roughot to the chtildlrea.. Th'ose who
miswed1 ibis opportunity or- se-ir.: the ori;
inal Santa Clan', who trav.eled aP .:.i.
down the world for nearly two raton
years. moissed a rarc trerat. Erer~sbo ly wa
invited to attendo. k~as vwere in eo al!.
No co)llectionis were tak.'n. Ail st the c'.ter
p.-ple caorr~eld thiir elhi ldrean. .titaL~i
arrivred promliy ton 'Loe, acco'i*-. 1-i to'
hois family. Tihey sang a song for th-- ehil
dren. 'itah for Christ:,ias:
Now ih-t of raitsins, currants anrd eitran at
Rigby's tar aking fruit cak~es. Cheap.
Oo:ue andl try' them.
If you want aony kind of staitio) ar.y, aneh
as writing paper, bax paper, entvecopes,
tablets, pens, inks, blank-books, pencis
and slates go to R. B. Loryea, the drug.
A number of persons here would like tc
attend the lecture in the Sumter open
house next Monday night. General John
B. Gordon will diliver the lecture. Subject
"The last days of the Confederacy," but oi
account of the way tho tra!ns are iunningr
they cannot do so without spending. twi
days and one night away from hone.
Parties that c: go by private convevanc
should do so; they will b- well paid for the
trip as this gallant Confederate General i
one of the best platform speaktrs in the
South and there is no man in the Unicm
better equipped to lecture on the history
of the Confederacy from its beginning t(
its close than General John B. Gordon
Do vou know that the best 5e cigars on
the market are to be found at lBrockinton's
Rev. W. H. Hodges was duly installe I as
pastor of the Manning Methodist church
last Sunday. He preachel to a large corn
gregation and his sermon shows him to be
a deep thinker and a practical worklr. At
the conclusion of his sermon he stepped
down out of the pulpit an.d invited those
who would help him in his work to shake
his hand; a larg. pait of his congregation
went forward and gave him the p:(ldge,.
The scene was very tonehirn. and Mr.
Hodges was visibl1y affected. He certainly
received an encouraging welcoie from his
flock, and we say in beh:df of the people of
Manning. Pastor Hodges you are welcone,
thrice welcome to our midst, and may
success crown your labors.
Beautiful decorated vases, cups and san
ccr, and pinzh albums, at reduced prices.
R. B. Loryex. the drotgst, next to my old
Through an oversight last week we for
get to mention the meeting of the "t.-a club'
on Monday evening, 10th inst. The at
tendance was not as large as usual, out
those present enjoye.d tei evening. They
discussed pro and con the various squibs
about the club publish--d in the Times and
never cmul exactly locate the friend of the
editor aal the traitor to the club. On.lv
two of the members participated in t1e
discunsion; the rest were at lio:iue witi
their m:'as. but the two that did turn out
to the meeting can now teli exactly how manr
bites thre are in a tart an 1 the ex ict num
ber it takes to satify a member of :neh a
grand organization. My ! these girls can
gossip and munch tarts.
Handsome line of Christmas cards at re
duced prices. R. B. Loryea, the druggist,
next to my old stand.
Tee news reached here last Saturday
that the eay before, at the Charleston
Hospital, Thomas Nimmer, the Assyrian,
who was so badly burned in Manning's
recent fire, had his right-arm amputated at
the shoulder. Nimmer is a man of family
and it only adds to the sadness of his case.
Both of the victims of the, catastrophe were
strangers here, and neither had any interest
in the fire except to help others whose
property was in danger of destruction.
The amput-tion of this unfortunate man's
arm was not a surprise to r.s aa it was
cooked from his shoulder to the hand. The
last heard from him was that he is getting
on as well as van be expected and it is
hoped by everybody here that the poor
fellow will be able to pull through.
When in nced of jelly for cakes come to
At a meeting of the Manning Guards
last Saturday, the company acetpted an in
vitation to go to Panola next Wednesday
to take part in the millitary festivities
which will be Lad under the auspices of
Col. David Brailsford's battalion of Cavalry.
This will be a grand affair; the Cavalry will
give an exbibition of excellent drilling, and
the Guards will have their quarterly prize
Everythina that a hospitable people, can
do to entertain will be done by the Pano
laites, for there are no better entertainers
in the State. Colonel Brailsford, although
a bachlor, has the reputation of having a
happy manner of making ore feel at home,
and it is a pity that one so well qualified to
entertain others is not himself entertained
by having a wife and a house full of litt'e
When the hair has fallen o'it, leaving the
head bald, if the scalp is not shiny, there
is a chance of regaining the hair by using
Hall's Hair Renewer.
Preserve your sight by having your eyes
properly fitted with at pair of "Crystal
Lenses." Spectacles or eyeglasses. RI. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
Mr. WV. Hi. Cole. of thre Fork, was in town
last Saturday and he tells us that he wvas
the victim of a dastardly outrage last -Thurs
day night. He s5ays th-ut a party of white
men under the cover of night went to his
place and tore up the large bridge ia front
of his avenue leading up to his houis3 and
scattered the plank for ai half of a mile, thrt
they threw some of the plank in Captain
Bradhtam's tield. The amount of timber
they carried oftf and scattered would have
maide a good two-horse load. The bridge
tore up was between 30 and forty feet lon..
He is satisfied white men are the perpetra
tors of this deed, and he says the only
cause he can asign is that he declined to al
low the neighborhood to turn their stock ont;
the neighbors requested him to agee to let
the stock run out and he told them that he
could not do so and keep up his farm; at
that time Mr. Cole clainms,that he hal 7-> or
100 bushels of pecas in his field; that for the
past three years lie has been damaged fully
S00 by the neighbors stock. M1r. Cole i.
naturally very indignant and although
neighbors should try to work to help each
other and one man in a neichborbr od
should not obstruet the desires of the others,
there is a law on the statute books that
protects a citiz,-a against people who take
the law in their own hands.
For that torpid liver try "'Thedford's
Black Draugh t" at Brock inton's.
Whyv suffer with coughs, cohls and la
grippe wvhen Laxative Bromo Quinine will
ure you in one day. Does not producee
the ringing in the hcad like Sulphate <-f
Qinine. Pat up in tablets convenient for
taking. Gaaranteed to cure, or noneys re
fun.ad. Price, 2-> eents. Fo:r sale by 1i.
. Loryear, the Lruggist.
l;UCKLEN'S ARMNCA SALVE.
TiLe best salve in the world for cuts,
brises, sores, ulcers, salt theum. fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positivel~
cures pnil-s or no pay requirel. It is guar
anteed to give perfect sattmtetion, or nmoney
reindlcd. P'rice 25c. per box. For s.dle b~
It. 13. Loryea.
Those who have used Dr. King's New
Discovery knowv its value, and those wvho
have not, have now the opportunity to try
it Free. Call on the advertised Druggi:
and get a Trial !intth-', Free. Send your
namue an-I address to H. E. iUnekln A- Co.,
Chicago. and get a sample hox of Dr.
King's New Lire Pills Free, as wvell asa
copy of Guile to Health and Honust-bold In
structor, Free. All of which is guaranteed
o do you good and cost yoi nothing.
At iR. f. Loryea's drugstore.
Sent your address to II. E. Ulneklen d
Co , Chicago. and get a free- saiirple box o
Dr. King's New Lite Pills. A trial ii
co'nvince yon of their merits. These pilhi
are ea'sy in action, and are, particularly ef
fective in the cnre of constipation and sick
headache. For malaria and liver troubles
they' have been proved invaluable. They
are "narante-ed to be perfectly free from
every deleterious substance and to be pure.
vye "-gtable. They (do not wveak- n by their
actin, but by giving tone to stomach and
bun eis g're athy invig->rate the system. Rteg
ulr siz- e per box. Sold by Rt. B. Lor
To the Publie: -
Osving to the late disastrous fire, I have
been comnell-d to move may stock of drugs,
I tedicnes, etc., to the adjoining store. I
havye rep'enishe~d mhy stock and replaeed
goods~ ie-.troyed, an :1c cus nsomers nmy b
assnred of receiving the same c treful atten
tion to :h- ir wants as it) the past. While
noy ipce is limited, I have on hand as
Iarge and- com palete stock of all goods in my
bIe ac s ever, and I hope to merit a continu
aneec of th'e liberal patronage so generall~
bestowedl on me in thec past.
Like the fablel P'iwae:x, I have arisen
from the ashes, and hope so-9n to be re-es
tablished in icy old stand.
A Good Appetitb
Is essential to good health, and to make an
" For over5 years
I had dyspepsia,
had no appetite
and what I did
eat was with no
relish. I had
headaches 3 or 4
days a week, and
an awful tired
cured all my ills.
I rest well, have a hearty appetite."
E onA R. TnoMAs, Forestville, Md.
Ls tbc One True Blood Purifler.
-ood's P s111S easyto bay, easy ta,
loeasy In eiflect. 21iv'
A SAD DEATH.
Last Thursday morning the whole., n
was terribly s.Lccked by the intellige' -e
that Mr. 11. Schwerin. a prominent M.
chant and muciber of the city council, i. 1
shot himself throuigh the head. le J
been at his phze of business the day ti- 4
Vi(iou, app:rently (Leerfnl and happy, d
the .ad intelligvence was very bard to be
lieved by thos w:.o kne. the leceased '
eiuce idotA datiV contact With him1. .
T1le details of \r. Schw'-rin's death
probably nevtr b! .letiaitely known.
tragedy ocenrred about 8:30 o'clock. w*
he was in his romi a!one, and he died
most instantly aftor it happened. He N ,s
in the act of dressing and had ben in c'n
verrati, n with Mrs. Schwerin a few min
utes befo're, when she left the ioom, and
shortly afterwards the report of the pistol
was heard. Mr. Schwerin was found lying
flat of his bac k upon the floor, with a wound
in the right side of his head. w-ar the tcz
ple. The bill, which w.ts from a 38 calibre
Stith & Wesson revolver, passed through
the brain, came out at the other si;&e of the
heil, broke a pane of glass in the room,
and struck against the window blind, fall
ing to the ground. It is thought from I te
position in which Mr. Schwerin was found
that he was in front of the bureau when Z.e
pit il was fired.
Dr. J. A. Mood was at once suwn.nP.
but it was impossible for him to u-.
thing. Mr. Schwerin was unconscious and
b:'eathing heavily and irregularly and soon
No one knows whether the deceased in
tended to take his life or not. If such were
his intention it is hard to find any reason
for such an act. He was not embarraissed
in his business in any way, and to those
who came into contact with him each day
he seemed to be the last man who would
contemplate suicide.-Sumter Herald.
To the aged, wit.i their poor appetite.
feeble circulation, and impoverished blood.
Ayer's. Sarsaparilla is a boon beyond price.
Its effect is to chec h the ravages of time,
by invigorating every organ, nerve, and
tissue of the body. See Aver's Almanac for
the new year.
Of Packsville, Wins the Times Sew
ing Machine-357 the Lucky
The Manning Times prize drawing took
place yesterday in the presence of a crowd
The afternoon before, at the reqnest of
the editor. Major J. M. Richardson wrote a
number on a slip, and sealed it up in an
envelope. Yesterday this envelope was
turned over to Mr. C. T. Henkle, th.' gen.
tleman that sold horses at auction, an d Mr.
W. T. Lesesne was given the tickets to
draw. Tihe drawiwg began, and when Mr.
Lesesne called out 357 Mr. Henkel an
nounced it to be the corresponding num
ber and the winner. The name on the 00
posite side of the slip was B. P. Broadway
of Packsville, an d we can congcatulate Mr.
Broadway upon his luck and his handsome
So thorough is the excellence of Ayer's
Hair Vigor that it can be used with benefit
by any person, no matter what may be the
condition at the hair, and, in every, ease, it
occasions satisfactiou and pleasure, in ad
dition to the benefit which invariably
comnes from its use.
ATTENTION, BAT TALLION.
PAxou, S. 0., Dec. 11th, 1805.
Companys A and B of the 2nd sqnadron
of cavalry are hereby orderedt to assemble
at Panola on Wednesday, Jaunary 1st, at
11:a. in., for drill antt review. Ily order
D. W. BRAILsFOUi>.
S. A. H.tuvxN, Lt. Col. Commiandinig.
HE-DQUAi.ms MlANNI~O GUinDs, I
Manning, S. C., Dec. 23, 189)5.
The -embers of the Manning Guards are
hereby ordered to be and appear in full
dress uniform at Panola, S. C., promptly at
11 o'clock a. mi., on January 1st, next, in
accordance with invitation received from
the cavalry companies to be rev.iewed there
on this occasion, Our quaiterly prize drill
w.ill be given on this day and at the said
place, and eachi imember of the company is
expec ted to obey this order in its entirety.
Trhose ni--mbers who <l not gct their
guns a::d accontrcementsj on Saturdaylast,
will report to moe at once for thenm, that
they n~ight be put in order for the occasion.
By order of W. C. Davis,
W. \l. LEwis, Caipt. Manning Gaards.
ON SALESDAY IN JANUARY
next, immediately after the Sheriff's
sales, we will sell by puiblic auction
at the court house at Manning, the
folow.ing described real estate be
longing to the Estate of Dr. S. C. C.
First: The prieises whereon Dr.
Richardson resided, situate on Brooks
street, bounding to the north on lot
of Mrs. Hattie J. Bradham; to the
east on East Boundary street; to the
south on lot of Mr. Walter I. Burgess,
and to the west on Brooks street,
coniaining tw.o acres, more or less.
Second: That parcel of land situ
are near Manning ou east side of Ox
S wamnp, containing twventy acres,
more or less, and bounding north on
the Manning and Kingstree publie
road: east on lands of Salinas and
others: isouth on lands of
Strange, and wvest on lands of Joseph
Sprott and others, the neighibor'hood
road to old Oak G3rove church sepa
rating it from the lands at' Joseph
Sprott and others.
Third: That lot containing twvo
acres, more or less, situate opplosite
the Presbyterian church in the town
of Manning, on Brooks street, and
bounding to the north on lots of
Bradham, and P. B. Thames;
east on East Botindary street: south
on lot of Dr. W. M. Brockinton, and
west on Brooks stre~et.
Fourth: That ti'act containing
twenty-t wo acres, imoi'e or less, situ
ate at the crossing of the Manning
and Fulton public road and the Rae
coon public road, about one and one
half :miles west of Manning, and
bounded to thme north on lands of
Est. J. ID. Weeks: east on lands of
----Salinas: to the south on the
Manning and Fuiton pumblie road and
to the wvest on the IRaccoon publie
Terms of sale: Half cash and bal
ance oii a credit to the 1st D~ecember
156, with interest from day of sale, to
be secured by bond of the purchaser
and mortgage of the p~renuses.
Purchaser to p)ay for papers.
WILLtot F. B. llAysswo~tr.
B. PaxEStLY BARRmoN,
Qualified Executors of the Will of
S. C. C. Richardson.
Manning, S C. Dec 11_ 1895.
S. A. RIGI
Gent's clothing from $4.00 a suit up.
Im this line we can show you beautiful
room, sitting roo n, dining room, bed roo
of all. We also carry a large line of table
ter dishes, and many other articles usuall
Hats and Caps.
Wc keep the latest styles in Hats and Cal
There is no need of talking to you atbont f
headquarters for staple and fancy groc
tripe, mock-turtle soup, canned beef, bre
What Goods I
Saved from the
C L OT HING,
I am now sell
ing out at and
below cost at
EC. H OR TON.
Christmas Gooods !
Owing to our limi n-. store room, *I
day Stuck. to mak- roomzi for other
enodsi, ami live thereftre made
'.irge reductions in tie prices of
my inns anid variedl stock of
C iristnnis goods1. eensisting of
1'!.1%h Phiotograph arid Aningraiph
Aiumns, maupor ted D~e.-oate- Yasiis
Cups :a:ni SL1ncers. Lii'ips, Paint
ing, Shell Uoa beauitul line of
Artistie Christmas~ Cards.
Call arid mi:&k.- yonr punrchases
before my stock is b~roken.
Don't forget the place, next to
my old stand.
R. B. LORYEA,
P lace ~n tin ) get goods at reasonable; prices is
This department ji comnplete, and weiare'selling the goods at'rock-bottom prices.
We have a 1,eautif'l lne of
DutinI ........................................................ ..at ic and 8e
Ginghams, in dr -s and apron sty ................................ . t 5c and 7c
Urown suitings, the thiang you want for chi*iren's r ............ 5c
E this It-p:rtm ent yo wili n. 1 lie p:a, whito an1 coir-reul threatls,.pin5
ned -sstationery, Ian l n-1 i .: co d les, tal.le clths, so-ps in
al the late.,t styles for ltud; an. fac:., .1 vvt, : iLu ms, Lowls, h lies' und
r-vxear cognes, i~lks, pens, p- n-ho!.h-s, lead a)cils ad m:ny other notions.
A good eight-rib sat --c-u cover(i1w tu'rella....... .. .................... 'or 50c
A No. 1 sixteen-rib gin:ha il4b ella . ... ... . . ........ .. for 90c
aMts Furnishing Goods.
Meu's hmdere0.1 sli:. . .... . . . ..fro: 50. '1p. Think of i:.
1en's un!anndiurel rt ......................................... froim 30 to::1
n r.a- w eri............................................ .......m5 up
W\e have the bst : stomatie su..:less ha s..: for 5 e, nt, :1 over S::w. A inrge
amusortmient t.f ib::-:: ul ruffs, Landlerchiefs, neekties ..:. .ioves at pa.lar prices.
We have a big lie rf ,hoe- f,r n:::n, boys, laies, :uisses and girs at very low
priceg. .\ l.u-~ lii-e '.of brogna caustantly on band. We keep the celebrated
ZEIGLERI shoe for hadles, which ein nat be snrjpassed in beauty, style and finish.
Youths' clothia- froma 42.5t) a snit up
..from $1.50 a sUit Ilp. T he
designs in lamps for the parlor, music
u and hallways at prices within the reach .
glassware, such as gobleki, tuimblers, but. PriCe
y found in glassware and crockery stores.
s for men, boys and girls from 10c to 50c. for
roceries, fur every one knows that we are
ies. We keep the best grabies of canned
akfast strips and the best grades of flour.
SPECIAL OFFER FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS
THE SUMT 'IER CHINA HALL,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Chamber Sets, Lamos,
and General Line of Holiday Goods.
10J n:-ce English Dianer &et at $.00............ .. . -i
1 itce Goid Band Dinner Set at $!4 00 ......................01.1 priee S'-:3
102 i:iece Carlsbad Chira Dinner Set at $20.00.. .............l:. re $22.00
118 piece Carlsbad China Dinner Set at $22.00.................old price S25 00
56 piee Carlsbad China Dinner Set at $ 1.50...............old price S 7.00
Chamber Sets from $2.25, $2.50, and $3.00, up.
Just arrived: A crate ot' English Porcelain Ware, of Cups, Saucers and
Plamtes. Tea~ Plates 30c per set, Bre'afast Plates 40c per set. Nice handled
Cups and Sancers at 40% per sect.
Toys! Toys! Toys!
At greatly reduced prices.
Don't fail to s.-e our Special Glounters. Oar line of Ieating and
and Cooking Stoves, Tinware and Woodenware is Coplete.
FREELAND & ROGAN, Props.,
Opera House, Opposite Court House, Surnier, S. C.
73Store open Till 0 O'clock P. MI.
Gsa. . ~a k~r Son A Fewi Words to Our Friends,
- For some tiwe we have been notifv
-~ ~ -~ injg our friends of our great stock~
and our great bargains. We cer
tainy akoldethe fact that we
are patronized a great de-al. -Now
our stock is comlete, and will state
C, only a few prices. We carry every
- '~ .thing in stock- from a pin to an
~" overcoat. Ladies' and gents' dress
~ ~ and furnishing goods.
~!.m rf?ctneiscf Our clothing is the best and cheap
est in this county.
DrsS s. lm Mo Ladies' eloais. the latest styles, from
CHARLE STO N, S. c. ev cav.(ue
SASH WEIGHITS AND a~~,a.otmn eas ul
BUILDERS' HARDWARE. ~iiI fi~btgxs
IcentscroitS per yard.
Oueaoe are idt very cheaiI..Cm
a 1dpr e them We auluocrry.
F~~U ful lieo ruber vug.' s.2
IRNOW AND FANOYdwomewae t
~hILFAII 1l-uO.:t I l gro l1cer eprmetiscm
A SPECIALTY. ure ts aO t 1 ents t ound.
French macaron jat epr n!
Tea ~Yo a t : cents r d poun.e ii
2 ii IA ~ r n ceppe tm 12r een e ound.
Our pueat up l cea at e c entld
W. H. MIXSO , Manager, cer gclon or puens erqurt
weeonepoduiE cALEa 1 DEALERANAIN
bemaeprftal , feTrtijtendNrter er
byArpESrTaton, of Cro.M IG .
and y th intllignt Boy"0 au:1 "Ibe \~ii__age Gir_'_oba
fertlizrs ontinighgh per pond
PotaShO1~ Oureoosar uateeo
an exhaustedineds whloiereyreptul,
wer onc~ie productie canam aain
e madilel prfi aly ftile::a N .F -.s Ci~a as Sa MANd AER t
P o~kiz. GRM tsh I uuK . 1K rLessel, S. t. ,
It Pays to Tell the Truth!
That's why we are so careful not 1
cxagcrate Ili our advertisenciits. T1
quickest way to sell a good article is I
tell the truth about it. - - - - - -
Is offering some of the biggest bargains in
Dress Goods~ Cloaks~ Jackma
And Children and Iisses'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 sqiuare thing, and
satisfaction is guaranteed.
Tiles Suoter Dry'oois Co Jack
C.U M TE]., S. .
WE H AVE NO BA NKRUT STOCK!
stc habogt wh en rswre a great
We Do Not Pay Car Fare, Neither Do We Adver
tioe a Fabulous Ao1Cunt of toc and
'But thlis is wha we w! do: >
W\e ji show ,.n an of e :.r . 1) L s,
h c-stonk in theurc ha ie p::i th:e::e w i fek , and ; a 10c to
25ttns ve . a th A ~ac:-:! .0rsse h r
And Rell iee t Thuaei Weut- ~ U ca Everthn s
We ave beeno here. i:an yerad xett cotine sOrObuver
Men's Black Chit squ)5. are-eur. Sut.:; 50,c~o ee2aa
Boys SuIits, ages 13 to 18 y u .a * 3:3 , regular ;-rice, ::.00.
C..hildren'sS Sis. ages 4 to 15 yers at 9,. wooni be a bargain at
200( pars- Men's Woo! S~ii Pats at Sic, worth
50i rs Do' K::te P'at at 1') centh
Blue B eaver Overts at$45 worth 70
3oys )\ vere..* s : n t' ::1 ' f .95, worth -Q.50 and U.0
1'e'v Cot ton Urndesit at3 cents.
A\h Ii lie of D1l>- D3ks, Briea-Ut ae, Toilet and Dressiag Cases,
1I..:' Dubare!!as. etc. for Holiday Gifts.
Non tter what yon need, you can flead it at our .o .
WVe Wive You Real andl Not Imaginary Values
for Your Hiard-Earned Dollars.
JL YT ENBR &SONS,
N. W. Corner Main and Li berty Streets,