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1.UBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3. 1896.
WE WILL PAY YOU
Call On Me and I Will Pay You for Read
ing This Advertisement if We Don't
Prove to You That You Will Save 3,o -ey
by Euying Your Goods from Us.
3.000 yards best indigo blue calicos at 5c
per yard. We guarantee this lot of calicos
to be of the best make and will not fade
under the severest tests. 1.000 yards shirt
waist calicos, colors warranted, only 4c per
yard. The prettiest line of white lawns
you ever saw o3ered in this town at 10c
per yard. It is well worth 15c per yard.
A beautiful line pin cord figored dimities
at 8c per yard, co'ors all warranted. We
still have on hand a large quantity of la
dies' sleeveless undervests at 5c each or 6
for 25c. Ladies, when you want a nice
stylish sommer hat, give us a call; we are
offering our willinery very cheap. Gents,
when you want a rice straw hat give us a
call. We will set prise you at how cheap
we are selling thecn. The best apple vine
gar at 30c per gallon. The best New Or
leans molasses at 45c .per gallon. A large
lot of coffee peas at 75c per bushel. 20 yds
good hemp rope for 25c fir staking cows.
When you want some of the cheapest and
best tobacco you ever saw for the money,
give us a call. We haye it at 25. 30, 40,
and 50c per lb.
W. E. J-4sssos.
Ice for sale at G. H. Huggin's mar
ket. Just received 4000 pounds.
We regret to learn of the serious
illness-of Mr. A. N. Feldei lof Silver.
Whet you hear a crndidate fly
blowing his opponent put him down
as a rotten stake to hitch to.
Judge Aldrich is quite a favorite
with our people. They like his busi
ness way of ronning the court.
Mr. J. E. Green, one- of Salem's
most progressive farmers, boasts of
having the finest crop in the county.
If you want a nice cool drink these
hotdas, call on J. C. Boyd.
Hon. R. O. Purdy, of the Sumter
Bar, and F. Barron Grier, Esq, of the
Kingstree Bar; are in attendance
upon the court.
How about that pair of spectacles you are
needing so bad? Now is your time to get
them at Brockinton's.
Oh! how the candidates are solici
tous for the welfare of "your family"
and when the primary is over some
of them will not know that you ever
had a family.
Dyeing made easy by using Diamond
Dye. All colors, at R. B. Loryea's.
The people from all over town and
a good many from the country send
to the artesian well for water. There
Is no doubt about the water contain
ing medicinal properties.
Go to Brocdinton's drug store for soda
water, milk shakes and cocoa-cola. Pure
fruit syrups always on hand.
The c6mmittee in charge of the
building of the Baptist- church have
given out the contract for pews.
They are to be shaped in half-moons
and when in position will add much
to the already beautiful edifice.
Stockton's Antiseptic for all chronic dis
eses, for sale by B. B. Loryea, the drug
Died last Sunday, in Asheville, Dr
William Davies Kirkland, one of the
most prominent members of the S. C.
Conference and for about ten years
he ably edited the Southern Christian
Milk shakes, soda water and ice
cream at J. C. Boyd's
We acknowledge with thanks an
invitation from Pro. J. W. Morris to
attend the commencement exercises
of Allen University. Robt. A. Stew
art, Esq., of this town delivered the
annual address and it is highly
spoken of by the Columbia pape' s.
Acme fire proof lamp chimneys are the
bet at Loryea's.
Every white man in this county
must procure a registration certificate
whether he 'wants, to vote or not.
The day may come when he will be
anxious to cast a~vote and he connot
do it 'without a certificate. Remem
ber this and tell your friends.
*-Bed Rooster" smoking and chewing to
baco,5c a twist, at Brockinton's.
The Summerton and afanning base ball
club crossedl bats in Manning last Satur
day; resulting in a score of 14 to 16 in
faor of our town bloods.
Alcola is to be lighted with elec
tricity and we understand that a
conspiracy is being organized in that
town to get up a gang of mill. hands
and come to Manning some night to
move the court house over there. If
this is so we want to warn them that
Manning has a policeman on guard
every night. Alcola need not get too
big for her breeches, because she has
one man that is public spirited en
ough to establish all kinds of things
to give people -employment. She
need not think because she has a
great big lumber mill 'which feeds
rowds of people, a knitting mill to
feed more, and now an elecitrie light
plant that Manning is afraid of her.
Manning has been here many years
and has lived without such things
it really looks as if our moneyed men
think she can live always without
-If we are leaning on love we are not
It is easy to stumble over the smallest
sins of people we dislike.
Honest poverty is no disgrace, but living
beyond one's means is.
There is more catarrh in this sectio-1 of
the country than all other diseases put to
gether, and until the last few years was
upposed to be incurable. For a sreat
many years doctors pronounced it a iocal
disease, and prescri'oed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to care with local
treanent, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a consti
tu'.ional disease, and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure. manufactured by F. J. Cheney, & Co.,
Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional
cure on the market. It is taken inteinally
in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It
acts direc ly on the blood and mucous suir
laces of the system. They offer one hun
dred dollars for any case it fails to cure.
ed for circulars and testimoniatls. Ad
F. 3. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
prSold by Druggists, 75c.
For that torpid liver try "Thedford's
Black Draught" at Brockinton's.
For writing paper, pens and ink, at the
lowest prices, go to Brockinton's.
"Pick Leaf" smoking tobacco, 10c a
package, at Brockinton's.
D. M. Bradham is going to put up an
improved ginnery in Manning, any one
wanting secondhand gins and presses can
get a bargain from him.
Why suffer with coughs, colds and la
grippe when Laxative Bromo Quinine wll
cure you in one day. Does not produce
the ringing in the head like Sulphate of
'Quinine. Pnt up in tablets convenient for
taking. Guaranteed to cure, or noney re
funded. Prnce, 25 cents. For sale by It
, Lryea, the Druggist.
The Court of General Sessiow
opened last Monday morning with
Judge James Aldrich p-:esidini
Solicitor John S. Wilson as pro0eei
ting officer and J. W. Misson steno
grapher. After the osual opefningL.
preliminaries His Honor delive: d
his charge t> the grand jury and i.e
Solicitor gave out the following bins:
The State vs. Ed Meyers and John
White, assault and battery of a 1:. h
and aggravated nature.
The State vs. Judson Chewni:'
The State v.s. Seth Sh ->rte;, -air.
The State vs. Louis Gri-in, lareeny,
The State vs. Jamies Wilson. u
lary and lareeny.
The State vs. .James H. 'Tin:daii,
assault and battery with int-n' to
The State vs. Bossie Bailey. ra-..
While the coort was waiting f'or
the grand jury to return Willie Me
Leod was brought from jail. le,had
been in jail since last court, having
been convicted, but was down with
the measles at the tine and too sick
to be brought into court for sentence.
His Honor Judge Buchanan did not
sentence him, so Judge Aldrich tak
ing into consideration the length of
time McLeod stayed in jail after con
viction gave him the following sen
tence: "Imprisonment at hard labor
on the public works of the county for
a period of nine months or in the
State penitentiary nine months.
The case against Westley Deas
charged with arson was stricken off
the docket with leave to re-docket.
The grand jury returned to the
court the following bills:
Ed Meyers and John White, assault
and battery of a high and aggravated
nature, true bill as to Ed Meyers.
No bill as to John White.
Judson Chewning, rape, true bill.
Louis Griffin, larceny, true bill'
James Wilson, burglary and lar
ceny, no bill.
Bossie Bailey, rape, true bill.
The first case tried was Ed Meyers,
he was charged with playing ghost
to scare Jim Barfield, a young white
man, and because Barfield would not
scare he jumped upon him and gave
him a severe beating. He was found
guilty with a recommendation to
mercy and sentenced to pay a fine of
thirty dollars or be imprisoned in
the State penitentiary at hard labor
for three months.
Judson Chewning charged with
rape was arraigned and through his
counsel made a motion for the case1
to be set for Thursday morning.
Seth Shorter charged with rape,
was also arraigned and he announced
himseli ready and the trial was at
once entered into.
This is the case where it was al
leged that a young white woman by
the name of Belle Corbet was rar
ised and deserted in the woods by
hr betrothed, Seth Shorter', whiile
on their way to a Mag'st rate to have
the nuptial knot tied.
The trial showed that some prtet~y.
bad stretching of imagination was
indulged in, and in plain parlance,
there was a considerable .lying done.
The trial began Monday afternoon
immediately after dinner, and lasted.
all day yesterday. During the pro
gress of this case the grand jury
brought in a true bill against Bossie
Bailey, colored, cha:ged with rape!
~and no bill against William Johnson
charged with the illegal sale of spi:
-The grand jury having concluded
their work brought in the following
SmzT or Sor~H C.&nor:n,
In Court of General Sessions, June Term,
To His Honor James Aldrich, Presiding
We would express to Your Honor our
high apprectation of having so able and
painstaking Junrist to dire't us in the dis
charge ot the arduous duties devolving
upon us as jarymen, and hope that it may
be Clarendon's good fortune to have yon
returned again and again to her county
seat as Presiding Judge.
We would ask to call the attention of the
court to the fact that the recommendations
made by the jury with reference to the in
ferior -class of lumber used in the coasftuc
ton and repairing of bridges, has not had
the desired effect. Complaints along this
line have been made and we earnestly hope
that effective measnres be taken at once for
the carrying out of recommendations con
tained in our first report. Also, we note
the feet that persons in all parts of the
county are loath to give heed to the law in
reference to plowing into and in other
ways infringing on the public highway-s,
this greatly to annoyance of traveling
public, and we would ask that especial
attention be given to the matter.
The evil of gambling has been brouf t
to the attent~on of this jury, and very es
pecially have we been urged to bring to
te attention of this Honorable Court an
evil which seems from the reports made to
have assamed large proportions. namely:
that of cock-fighting; and whilst the parties.
have presented no persons for iniictment,
they claim thxat the law has been violated.
in the absence of data sufficient for this,
your jury, to suggest the punishment of
any person or persons for having violated
the law in this particular, we must be sat
isfied to give notice to persons thus vilat
ing the law that we propose to give atten
tion to reports brought to us an d that we
will leave no stone unturned to bring vio
lators of said law to justice. We warn
We would call attention to the killing of
fish in the larger streams by the rtse of
dynamite. and we do pledge ourselves
to act promptly wvhensoever perso:ns are re
ported for the violation of this law. There
is also a law against trapping fish duarimg
certain mouths of the year, and we wuuld
place those who propose to give no heed to
the law upon notice, that we will bring
them before the courts.
We most earnestly call the attention of
this Honorable Court to the makeshift of a
jail which we regard a disgrace to Clareo
don county. It is a cramped, badly-c'on
structed, vermin-infected seructure, and we
do earnestly reucmmeud that sayps Le
taken to provide a better one. Ow~vin to
the manner of its construction probodky
more than anything elss, the ja:iorin
forms the foreman that it is impossil X3 to
clear it of bed-bugs and other vermin and
consequently the prisoner from the mo
ment he enters the ce-ll is tormented al
most beyond endurance.
Complaint has been made to this jury
that some of the county offices have not
been kept open as regularly as they should
be, entailing very great inconvecience and
sometimes expense upon those living a
distance from court house. We hope it
will not be necessary to refer to this mra:
We urge that parties running train-roads
in different parts of the county be required
to provide good bridges over them on all
roads, public and private.
We do respectfully ask that this Honox
able court provide this jury with a compe
tent person to assist in the examination of
the different offices and records and
1would reco mmend Mr. J. H. Lesesne as
suited for the work.
In our first report we recommended that
a fire-proof vault be built for the safe keep
,, ti _ i: ,4iI(uc :"f providing this
I : . .- il present to this
e n.t ;. ". " . . s as living in
: , -rv .:n- t ;-;...:t . ntrarv to the
".* .. .-. ! ,. :..I their country:
L r - : ::: t t Ele an i Janie
noal. ' .Jk-on. Wit
.. - O m .J. :- o rg,
.. i t : .. .I. Tiner.
_ -,. = . -. i1b titted.
* : ' . . . :, ii 'arxnia~l~ ~,
'.! "* " .. " :.. l '' :.:1 e ~ll:Iiig
ll S R radham~t
y ..c say a few
.r, - , : to the report
n - - ; . He said ij
hl ;ld ask the
: ba e spread
". n eertificate f--om
I. c.. ., i.- , :airman of the
b.ar o, .;:ti. ho has made as the
r.w. t rs It::hly visits to the
con,. iaii :o e:,!m- ne its sanitary
ondtio!n: That he has used every
,.re,":: rad endeavored to pre
vent the comi(tions complained of,
het ti- convsi-uc'ion of the building
is ;icch a ch:;."-r; :,"r that it is ut
terly ;iossible io keep vermin out
of th e it thorough
lv to>-d a.nd place some vagabond
in it to-night .ith. vermin on him
thb place would be full in a little of
no time. The record.- of this court
show that several g ind juries nave
recommended the building of a new
jail on account of the bad constrec
tion of the present one, and at the
last session of the legislature an act
was passed leaving it to be submit
ted to the voters of the county to
vote for the building of a new jail;
that he sincerely hoped the people
v ould vote for the measure, as the
present structure is not fit to confine
a decent person; and he further said
the reference to ofces being closed
he would say that for some time past
he was out of his office, leaving it in
charge of a deputy, and sometimes
the office was closed, but its being
closed was through no fault of his.
His being out of the office was due
to the great trot ble and deep afflic
tion re. ently passed through by him.
His Honor consented to the certi'i
cate of the board of : ealth being
spread on the minutes and when it
was brought into court the Judge
ordered the same read in open court:
CEIITIVICATE OF TH . BOAED or HEALTH.
Orr:cE or BoAr. Or HEAOTH,
Ao.S. C., Jr N 2, 1896.
Captain . Dradham,
Sheri:T Clarendon County.
Dear Sir:-In accordance with the re
quirenerL- .f the State law regulating
boards of health we have at regular inter
vals inspec! td the county jail and have
found the .me to ein an unsanitary con
Th; mea;itary :ondition of the jail is
n.: d. :" t v ne.;c on the part of
the oX i. heing charge of same, who
asl:-ar to) lea i:"e everything in their
pe ;o mii.;a:te this trouble, but it is de
p nent urn the ptciar construction of
the buildir' and th' conseriuent difficulty
of carrying out hygienic measures.
C. B. Gi:lGER, fM. D.
R. . Loir., President.
During the delivery of Captain
Bradham's rem: rks every eye was
riveted upon him and he seemed to
deeply fcel the necessity for rising in
open'court to defend himself from
what miglit he construed as a charge
of neglect of dutv.
Mter hanknd t e oy for their
kin ausinsto h;a his Honor
wet o myv that he wvould refer
their re.annendA tions s o the .prop
e ofi:ors a:ad as to that portion of
the presentinient -.lic'h referred to
the jaii he said that it often occurs
the commtercial value is almost taken
awar~ tromi buiinting which are so
eost'tucted1 that vermuin can not be
woril out of theni.
'FThe shro cawv was resumed and
at about sevenu 'lock last evening
Hi Honor delivered the charge and
gaet the recrds to the jury; at about
te ('elock they b: ought in a verdict
of not &enIty. The defendant was
represented fby 3iajor A. Levi who
condeted the defense in a masterly
This muorning at the opening of
the court- Bossie Bailey charged with
rape was arrtligned and the trial
The next mnatte: taken rp was the
arraingment of Lou:s Gin charged
with grand larceny, and in his ar
raingment he pleaded guilty. The
defendant is a young white boy
about nineteen years of age. His
Honor being impressed with the ap
pearence of the youth, made inquir
ries of the prosecutor as to his rais
ing and his mind; the prosecutor, Mr.
J. L. Eadon, informed him that he
did not think the boy very bright,
but that he knew the difference be
tween right and wrong. His Honor
after giving the boy a lecture, sen
tenced him four months in the pen
itentiary at hard labor or four
months on the public works of the
After a considerable delay caused
by attorneys just being employed
and 11aving to consult their clients;
the court ordered a jury empanneled
in the case of Albert Washington and
Cadress Martin, both colored,
haged with ad altry, and as we go
to press the jury a c deliberating on tb~s
Surely this court has been for the past
three days wo'-king in a bog of filth and
the prospect is that it wijl not extricate
itself fromn the filthy mire before the end of
the week, and the~n let us all hope never to
hear of snelh offenses being tried in our
ourt hoa; any more.
lFUCR lGEN'S ARNIJCA SALVE.
The bes salve in the world for cuts,
biLss, . se, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores,% tLtter 3chlappeLd hands, chilblains,
orn- ad askin eruptions, and positively
car-. pil,' or.n pay required. It is guar
anedi giv perfect satisfaction, or money
raadd.- icee 25c. per box. For sale by
RI. B3. Loryea.
XOIR 20 WoN'T LIVE A MONTH.
So Mr. Gilman Brown, of 34 Mill St.,
South Gardcner, Mass., was told by the
o ors. His son had lung trouble, follow
ng tyhoid muala11a, and he spent three
hu dred and sevenity-five dollars with doc
tors, who finally gav. him up, saying:
"our boy wat live a month." He tried
Dr Liag's New Discov'ery and a few bot
tieS rstored him to health and enabled
hi to go to woi k a prfectly, well man. He
ays he owes his present 4ood health to use
of D r '2 New lisee'.e. and knows it
t b .. :t in the~ arld foi lung
e~g~e. eie.;omi m.: :.: R. B. Lor
sud your addr'ss to 1i. iE. Bucklen &h
Co CIeco. and get a tree sample box of
Dr Ning \N"w L.f PillAs. A trial will
t-- ve-- T-u f i :: w it-. These pills
a e er.Ve I'I ne -i rparticularly ef
feive'in' th cure ot cons'tipationL and sick
LdeL~e For maleria and lier troubles
tv hav.e been procud' invaluable. They
w aated to be perfectly free from
en ri deleteri'os subs'tance and to be pure.
I vetale. They do not weak' n by their
action, but by giving tone to stomiach and
bowels greativ invigarate the system. Reg
ular size 25c.~per box. Sold by R. B. Lor
~7ns Tabules: pleasant laxative.
Ripans Tabules cure constipation.
Ripans Tabules:<.ne gives rr lief.
Ripans Tabules cure indigestion.
Ripans Tabules cure torpid liver.
Ripans Tabules cure biliousness.
Ripans Tabules cure bad breath.
Ripans Tabules cure headache..
Do people buy Hood's Sarsaparilla in prefer
ence to any other,-in fact almost to the exclu
sion of all others?
Because they know that Hood's Sarsapa
rilla cures when others fail.
The question of best is just as positively de
cided in favor of hood's Sarsaparilla, as the
question of comparative sales. Remember,
Is the One T:'ue Blood Purifier. All druggists. Bi.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
cure Liver Ills; easy to
Hood's Pills take,easytooperate. 2c.
Do you know what Grocer
ies are worth ?
Do you buy your Dry Goods
Do you know that you can
save $'s by buying your
Goods in all lines from an
Up-to-Date Store, where
Cash is the Motto and where
a poor man's dollar is better
than a millionaires I 0 U ?
We buy our goods at lowest CASH cost
and sell with but one small, just profit
'twixt maker and user. As a clincher to
this argument we offer:
Best first patent flour at.............$4 75
Fancy straight or half-patent at...... 4 25
Fancy family at .. ......... 3 10 to 3 35
Very best Rio Coffee at ...............22c
Good Rio at ....................18 to 20c
Fair Rio at.....................14j to 16c
40 lb box lump Starch for $1 55, retails at 5c
Octagon Soap (per box) at .......... $3 8i0
Circus Soap (per box) at ............3 50
Good mixed Teas 25c per lb, 5 lbs for 1 00
All other goods in proportion.
In Dry Goods we offer:
36-inch Percales, in all colors at 7} and
36-inch Sea Island Percales at ........10kc
36 inch Irish Lawn at................ 8ic
Grass Linen, all colors, at. .10, 121 and 15c
Solid and fancy Ducks at ....... 8 and 100
In White Goods we have Swiss and Organ
dies in plain, stripe, check and dots.
Just received, 50 pieces wash Silks, at 25c
Embroideries and Lace to match all the
50 Mosquito Canopys, in white and colors,
ready to hang, at...............1 50
Agents for Thompson's Glove-Fitting Cor
sets, at............... $00 to $1 75
Silk Mits and Gloves, in all colors.
A large- line of Men's Furnishing Goods.
Special drive on Colored Laundried Shirts
at......... ............50c, worth 75c
Shoes of all kinds and prices.
18 styl,-s of Ladies' and Children'sO
ford ties at 50c to 82 00. O
Strawv ! a:s for everybody.
Mail orders promptly attended to.
No charge for packing or drayage. Cou
pons with all sales.
Give us a call and you will be pleased as
well as we.
THE DUOKER & BUITMAN CO.
S-urnter, S. 0.
____of HA TS at
Our stock of Ladies'
pleased the ladies so
well that we have
been forced to buy
more and this
have the prettiest line
ever brought here.-.
FLOWERS, . PLUMES - AND . LACES
We want the ladies to see our
goods to appreciate them.
Mrs. H. D. Riff is an expert Milli
ner and spares no expense to
KEEP UP W"ITH
THE WORLD OF FASHION
and we want to assure you that at
20 PER CENT-.CAN BE
I have just re
ceived a pret
ty line of
They are of
the very -
I can save you big
- and see my
Groceries ! Groceries ! always
fresh and cheaper than else
H. D. RIFF.
ThE MANNING POULTRY YARD,
I have on hand a carefully selected yard
of the heavy Light Brahma, Buff Cochins,
Partridge Cochins, and also the White
Leghorns, which I offer to the trade.
Eggs for setting $1.00 per 13.
Address all communications to
I J. D. GOUGE,
Manning, S. C.
Who Doesn't Like Poetry?
For spring our line is ready,
Of styles we have galore
We've hustled at them steady,
For several months or more.
We feel content you'll like 'em,
.s to price, fit and style
Ecu cau't help but buy 'em,
Yes, buy 'em with a smile.
This Tells the Story!
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Coming for Ben's WoClrking Suits. ng
Coming for Men's Trn otrs.
Comiomin for Right Sreyles.ts
CComing for the' Latests Noveties
CComing for Clothin thatin Wears.
? Coming for ClotFnihing h ooFd.
Coming for the Best Fit and Make.
Coming to save their Dcllars.
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mown laCnsnnicerquality andlfss
on pricmiof 4orperotard. Ihalsoehav.
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F EOFSUPERVISORS OF~ REGIS
I hve verknon tem efoe, n os7j n CLARENDolf COUNTY.
pries relowr.Youhae nve rJ& OOKS FOR THE REGIS
know lansnic qulit an f~ -L tration of voters will be opened
at the court house in Manning, Mon
dyestosel beorefortheexte dey, ApX1ril 6ith, 1896, and continue
open for six consecutive weeks.
All male citizens who have been
lowprie f 4 pr yrd I ls ha.3residents of the State two years and
quaityof oloed awn tht Iamtheir respective polling precincts for
four months, and have paid their poll
sellng t 3. Ihav soe godstax six months previous to an elee
tion, and who are not laboring under
tha I m psitvel selin beowany of the disanuLies mentioned in
the constitution, and who can read
cos. Yu wll carelywan tobe-or unde:.-stand the constitution, are
qualified to register and become elec
liee tis nti Iexpainto ou hytors. T he books will be again opened
on the first Mondays in June, July,
am oig i. ry oos wntAugust and September and kept
open one week in each month and
downsom afer hadpurhasd athirty days before the general elec
tion the books will be closed; but cit
partof y sock andas alaysizens becoming of age during the in
terval and are not otherwise disquali
meetcometig prces I ave folifed, may be registered before the
books are closed.
lowe th pries own.Anoher All persons registered on or before
January 1st, 1898, will be qualified
reaon hatI a sllig s chapvoters for life unless they subse
quently should be disqualified on ac
is ecase t i nt god usiesstocount of other provisions of the con
stitution. G. T. WORsHAM,
carr ove oneseasn'sE. D. HoGEs,
stock ito theS. G. GRIFF'INs,
nextseaon, nd am ow egining Supervisors of Registration,
o make room for the fall stock. Manning, S. C., April 1, 1896.
Please remember that I have on
and a full line of white and colored STOOKTON'S ANTISEPTIC.
awns, dimities, all qualities, calicos, TEGETS
piques, ducks, ginghams, percales, SCESO
utings, dotted Swiss muslins, check TEAE
ad striped white muslins, all kinds W aescrdteAec o
Clarendon County for this cele
f white goods and ladies' wear, brated remedy for
serges, cashmeres, dreLss Saunels, Blood, Liver,
brilliantines, a full line ot laces, em- and Kidney Diseases.
broideries, notions, ete., etc- IT IS NATURE'S OWN REMEDY I
You are cordially --.-d te~ callPuiesteBod
and I will take pleasure in showing Gives Tone to the Stomach,
you, whether you buy or not. Aids Digestion, and
~i',: ieaseAssimilates the Food.
To the gentlemeni wele)i Pes
remember that I :-i Leep the LARGE BOTTLES $1.00.
hoicest line of clothing, shoes hats- R. B. LORYEA,
shirts, neckwear, etc. The Druggist
Come and see me. sign of the Golden Mortar.
E. C. HORTON
Next door to Barnk. Notice of Discharge.
!n the !>t day of July 1896. at 10 o'clocl
- n6- orenioon, I will apply to the Judgi
atu "r Clarendon County, Souti
'.r.n- r e~n order of final discharge al
a itror of the estate of the lat
0. D. Hayz,
232 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON S. C.
Stats Agents for the Sale of
Wholesale dealers in
Stoves, Tinwares, House Furnishing Goods,
Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Tinners' Supplies.
Galvanized Gutter and Rainwater
" ' Pipe in ten feet lengths. We
Manufacture TOBACCO BARN
FLUES and Deliver Them
.World Je Freight Prepaid to Any Sta
Send for our Circular bac r g. *iving weights
showing plans of To ofbest styles..............
Percival Manufacturing Co.
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
478 to 486 MEETING ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
L. W. FOLSOM,
Sign of the Big Watch,
SoU T . s a S. C.
- A BIG LINE OF -
Birthday, Wedding and Christmas Presents
- WATCHES, DIAMONDS -
Fine Sterling Silver Clocks, Optical Goods,
Fine Knives, Scissors and Razors, Machine Needle
All repairing guaranteed.
THOMAS WILSON, B. E. JAQUES, JOHN WILSON,
President. Manager. Secretary and Treasurer.
The Carolia Grocery CoIllpally
SUCCESSORS OF BOYD BROTHERS,
Wholesale Grocers and Coninission Merchants,
No. 195 EAST BAY,
0 ' 3RS=.a * . . 5. 0.
TO CONSUMERS OF LAGER BEER :
The Palmetto Brewing Compar~y of Charleston, S. C., have made arrangements
with the South Carolina State authorities, by which they are enabled to fill orders from
consumers for shipments of bee-. in any quantity at the following prices :
Pints (patent stopper).....................--...--..--- --70c per dozen
Four dozen pints in crate...... ...............--...$2.80 per ceJ
Exports, pints, ten dozen in barrel.................--- .. --- . $ ----9.00
It will be necessary for consumers or parties ordering to state that theibeer is for
rivate consumption. We offer special rates for these shipments. This beer is guar
anteed pure, made of the choicest hops and malt, and is recommended by the medica
fraternity. Send to us for a trial order.
The Palmetto Brewing Company, Charleston, S. C.
FREELAND AND ROGAN, Proprietors,
Have got settled irom the great rush of the holiday trade, and propose
now to continue to offer bargains from time to time on their special coun
ters, as well as general stock, which will consist of
China, Dinner, Tea and Chamber Sets,
Open Stock in Plain White China of
Haviland and Austrian Ware.
LAMPS which will range from 20c., 25c., 30c., 40., 50c., and up to $5.0O
each. Will keep in stock a general line of the best TIN WARE on the mar
ket, WOODENWARE, BROOMS, and a general line of HOUSE FUR
ESVSTWe have just received another car load of the Home.
$ TOYPride Cooking Stoves and Ranges, and our line of
SStoves is complete and ranges in price from $6.00 to
$25.00. We invite inspection on this special line, as our Stoves are cheap
Opera House, Opposite Court House, Sumter, S. C.
PARIS GREEN cao
and LONDON PURPLE.
It is an extremely dif
ficult matter to get
STRICTLY PURE PARIS GREEN,
We have it and guar
antee every pound sold.
Our prices are always the lowest for best quality
Win. M. BIR D & CO.,
Charleston, S. a.
Headquarters for everything in the PAINT and OIL
DR. J. FRANK GEIGEB, A EI
DENTISTATTORNEY AT LAW~
MXNS .MANNING, S. C
OFFICE IN MANNING HOTEL. Noieo'Dchr.
Onothz13F.day o Jun, 189,.I wlls.
R'HAME &~ DAVIS,trtrothEttefMs.San.
AITORNEYS A2 LAW,P.MHDE
M&IINI~iG,8.0. PineoodANNIG, aS.t 19.