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PUBLISHES &LL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY. JULY 1, 1890.
We Are Now Closing Out the Re
mainder of Our Spring and Sum
mer Stock at Greatly Re
Nice figured dimities that isold for
10c we are now offering at Sc per
yard. Silk striped, figured challies
that sold for 15C per yard we are
closing out at 12 1-2c per yard. Cal
icos that sold for 6 1-4c we are clos
ing out at 4 1-2 and 5e per yd. La
dies, when you want nice, cheap mil
linery, give us a call. We sell very
cheap. Attention, tobacco planters7!
We have now in stock a large quan
tity of thermometers for use in tobac
co barns at 25c each. We also have
a large lot of wire used in tobacco
barns for curing tobacco, at 6 1-4c
per lb. Ladies, remember that we
have on hand some of the finest white
wine and apple vinegar for pickling
purposes, at 25c per gallon. When
you want cheap grocenes, give us a
call. Good rice at 5c per quart;
grist at 20e per peck; all other gro
ceries at lowest prices. Clear smoked
sides at 5 1-2c per lb by the side.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Mrs. H. D.Clark, of Foreston, spent
last Monday in Manning.
. Solicitor John S. Wilson has taken
a trip to Indiantown to visit his
Turnip seed at R. B. Loryea's.
Dr. Clarendon Barron, of Mayes
ville, was been spending a few days
here with his parents.
Mr. James McDowell has returned
home from New York where he was
.attending a medical college.
Li htnin struck in the yard of
Mr. 5. B. Tindal last Sunday and
stunned several of the family.
Wood's turnip seed tested and true, all
all kinds. . 3. Loryea, the druggist.
MKrried last Thursday evening, at
fe Manning Hotel, Mr. John P.
Thames and Miss Mamie Parsons.
Both of this place.
Married last Sunday evening. by
Rev. J. 0. Gough, at the residence of
the bride's parents, Mr. Ashby H.
Bell and Miss Abbie Womble.
How about that pair of spectacles you are
needing so bad? Now is your time to get
them at Brockinton's.
Major Abe Levi is up North enjoy
ing the salty breezes of the sea coast
where the heat ceases from troubling
and the perspiration never rolls.
Taken in time Hood's Sarsaparilla pre
vents serious illness by keeping the blood
pure and all the organs ia a healthy con
Please look on the label of your
paper; it will show you when your
time has expired. Wehop that we
will not have to cut off a single sub
Stockton's Antiseptic for all chronic dis
eses, for sale by R. B. Loryea, the drug
--Married last evening at the resi
denc-ot the bride's parents, near
Summerton, by Rev. James McDow
e, MrE. S. Ervin and Miss Lillhan
If you want a nice cool drink these
hot days. call on J. C. Boyd.
What's the matter with Manning
-aing a knitting mill? We are told
that a small capital will bring big re
uls. Alcolu has one and it is doing
- Go to Broedinton's drug store for soda
water, milk shakes and cocoa-cola. Pure
fruit syrups always on hand.
There appeared a paragragh in a
communication from Sam Tattler
last week; had we have gone ovei
our proof sheets carefully, we would
have stricken it out.
"Pick Leaf" smoking tobacco, 10c a
package, at Brockinton's.
Died last Monday night, at the
residence of her aunt, Mrs. S. J. Legg,
Marie Ingram, aged eleven years.
The body was taken to Lancastex
yesterday. Marie had, been a long
'sfferer w~ith consumption.
-Acme fire proof lamp chimneys are the
best at Loryea's.
The artesian well on the tobacc<
warehouse lot is a decided success
and we think the water from all oj
the wells-should be sent to Clemsor
to be analyzed. If their is any medi
ilproperties as some think il
-Red Booster" smoking and chewing to
baco,5c a twist, at Brockinton's.
The editor returns thanks for at
invitation to a fourth of July dinnej
at the Lime Springs Hotel at Gaffney
and special thanks to Editor DeCami
for his thoughtfulness in inviting us
to be his guest. .We regret that pre
'ios engagemenlts will prevent oui
egoing to Gaffney.
Dyeing made easy by using Diamon'
Dye. All colors, at ft. B. Loryea's.
The girls are home from collegi
uow, and the tea club will be starte<
uwith all the vigor that "two lit
tie girls in blue" can put into .it
Boys, unless your credit at the ici
cream and soda water counter i
good the tea club w.11l cause yoi
much weeping and wailing.
Milk shakes, soda water and ic
cream at J., C. Boyd's
There will be a big pienic next Sat
urday at Brewington and one .a
Scott's Lake, but the picnic of pic
nis will be at Tindal's Mill and Joh:
L. McLaurini will deliver the oratiori
The Guards' picnic is a public bas
ket affair, and the friends of th
boys are expected to help them fee<
the multitude. Joe Gough will b
there with cool drinks.
Base balls and bats all prices at R. 1
The editor of the Times desires t
return thanks to the kind ladies an
young gentlemen and. Dr. Hughsor
who came to his assistance yeste:
day in the Sumter Opera House an
especially is he under _obligations t
that guardian angel Miss Clara Ru:
sell, a trained nurse, whose kin
ministrations made his loved one fe(
that although stricken and prostrat
she was in safe and gentle hand:
Miss Russell is employed at Doctc
Baker's infirmary in Sumter an
should misfortune overtake any<
our readers we would advise themt
procure the services of this swet
little lady who is a graduate of Joh
Hopkins, and thoroughly, unde
stands how to handle the sick. H<
presence in the sick room is, like
ray of sunshine and her dignifie
*open-hearted gentleness encouragE
For that torpid liver try "Thedforc
- la neanght" at Brockinton's.
The Manning Guards expect to
have a big tine at Tindal's Mill on
the 4th inst. The boys are burnish
ing up their brasses and iaking ac
tive preparations to give the girls a
huge time. All of our boys a-e vie
ing with each other to make a niash
and the girl who can withstand the
handsome uniformed guard must he
love-proof sure. Let us all go out
and make the "day we celebrate
the gala day of the year. When the
old contine'ntal fathers buckled on
their long muskets and looked after
the flint and steel they little thought
that their descendants would a Cen
tury and a quarter later be assem
bling all over the civilized globe to
do them homage. The Manning
Guards have invited Hon. John L.
McLaurin the silver tongue orator of
the Pee Dee to fire off the oratorical
pyrotechni -s and we can assure our
readers that his speech will be worth
a long hot ride to hear. The com
mittee of arrangements have and
will leave nothing undone to make
their guests have a great time and
we hope the people will appreciate
the boys efforts by giving them a big
Summerton, June 30.-Ir. W. G.
Belser, principal of the Georgetown
Graded School, got home Saturday.
.Miss Fannie Brailsford, who has
been wit' us for some time, returned
to her home in Richmond, Va., on
Miss Beulah Hollingsworth, of At
lanta, Ga., is visiting at Dr. Bur
Mr. W. G. Belser and Miss Caro
Belser have gone to the Confederate
reunion at Richmond.
Mr. John J. Cantey, son of Mr.
M. S. Cantey, a graduate of Wofford
and just now a graduate of Vander
bilt University, will get home to
Mr. W. A. Burg-ss, who has been
at school in 'Madison, Ga., will get
home alho to-morrow.
Misses linnie Briggs and Blanche
Billups, two of our young ladies,
graduate this year in Charleston at
Mamminger and the Confederate
Home, respectively. Miss Billups
graduates at the head of her class.
Cadet S. 0. Cautey, son of Mr. J.
S. Cantey, is expected home from the
Citadel this week.
Mrs. R. R. Briggs is visiting rela
tives in Charleston and Mrs. A. J.
Biiggs was also down in the city to
witness the graduating exercises of
the Memminger School.
Miss M1abel Cantey is visiting at
Hon. J. Adger Smyth's, in the city by
Miss Annie Riebbourg returned
from an extended visit to Wedgefield
and Sumter last Thursday.
The first water-melon I have had
the good fortune to look into this
year was brought me by M1r. Jos. S.
Watt week before last and deserved
prompter notice, but I have not seen
where you have been similarly
treated, Mr. Editor.
I notice with growing interest the
lengthening of the candidates' col
umn. I see no one out yet for coro
ner. Can you tell me what that of.
fice pays ? It is a pity that this
office is so slighted.
The thermometer has been up tc
about 95 degrees for the past wveeli
and seems to enjoy that attitude as
there is no sign of a descent. It
makes the cotton hum and the per
The Summierton baseball team will
cross bats with their Sumntee friend!
on Friday in our town and a livel~
game is in prospect. What has be
come of the Manning teamn. They
came, they saw, and were conquered
Wedding bells will ring on boti
sides of us to-morrow. Dr. I. M
Fladger and Miss Lucille William
are to be married at the residence o
Capt. J. P. Brock. Then on th4
other side of town Mr. E. S. Ervin, o
Manning, will wed Miss Lillian Ben
bow at the residence of her father
Mr. W. W. Benbow. Still that kini
of lightning stays shy of our town.
SKIN DISEASE CURED.
"For the past two years I have suffere<
terribly with my feet, owing to a diseas
of the skin. I rhrole out in larg
sores all over my body and my face turnet
to watery pimples. My suffering was ver:
great and I consulted several physician:
and they prescribed for me, but offere<'
only temporary relief. Some of them sti
my trouble was eczema. A friend insiste<
that I should use Hood's Sarsaparilla, ani
I took two bottles, anda they slowly begal
to go down. I have now taken eight hot
ties of Hcok's Sarsaparilla and the swell
ing has .gli disappeared and tbe eruption
on my face are gone and I am feeling lik
my old self again.' Caroline Ilagsdel4
Lansford, S. C.
Silver, June 29.-Gen. Green mad
his appearance in this section afte
the big rains but has been sadly de
feated. A heavy, washing rain visit
ed here last Mlanday, but the crop
are beginning to need rain again.
The annual picnic of Andrew
Chapel Sunday-school came off Fri
day, the 19th, with a very larg
crowd in attendance, intei
Ispersed here and there with a car
-didate telling the good friends wher
hurt him and what they must dot
ease that awful pain. The youn
folks were in the academy buildin
having a huge time and the '.lde
folks were visiting the buggies an
wagons to bring out the good thing
when the rain commenced to pour1
-torrents. This delayed the dinnt
Suntil about four o'clock, when it we
served to the hungry crowd by ti
committee in good order andi
great abundance. I think every or
ad a good time in spite of the raia
The Sunday after the picnie the 21s
the Sunday school bad their children
day or night, as you might calli
and I'- do not think the exercist
could be beaten as they only ha
one rehearsal proper. The work<
the choir was magnificent and Il
children did credit to all concerne<
SSeveral were there from Packsvil
0and you could tell by their face-s v
thad 'beat them. They did claim th<
1 were ahead of us and I admit the
e ought to have been after practicir
.several weeks longer than we di
r but I can tell von with all, that it w.
da sickly claim. We hated to be
othem but just couldn't help it.
Why suffer with coughs, colds and
agrippe when Laxative Broino Quinine
I.cure you in one day. Does not prodt
s ~the ringing in the -head like Sulphate
Quinine. Put upin tablets convemient:
taking. Guaranteed to cure. or noney
s ' Ifunded. Price, 25 cents. For sale by
uB ory... thenrugist
A PREACHER'S COMPLAINT.
Mr. Editor:-The merchants of
M'iuning seem to be somewhat mel
oceholv this timc a year, when they
see a man walk in their store, they
do not seem to meet and shake his
band with a grasp, like they will be
.In to do a month or two from now.
'They are not very quick and polite to
sawalk in. They don't seem to be
very auxious to know "what will You
have?" Begining from September,
every customer that has no lien with
them, will receive a hearty and wel
come "walk in," and hand-shake by
I say, they are not anxious to say
"walk in, what can I do for you?"
fearing they may be asked a favor
to help through the struggle of mak
ing a crop. It is enough for the poor
farmers to pay an enormous price, and
it is worse when they have to beg
and pay too; yet I do ask the custo
mers to pay their honest debts, and
owe no man, and they can always
demand recognition. I again say to
the farmers and planters, principally,
last year might have been a year of
plenty including this year; next year
or a year or two from now, may be
years of famine.
Thirdly. The farmers better try
and econiomize expenses, live not
above their means and ability, keep
their corn and peas in their barns for
their family, and raise stock if they
have no other use for it than to sell
it for the insignificant price of 40 and
and 30 cents per bushel, and have to
by it back from the merchant at 80
and $1.00 per hushel. I saw a man
walk in a certain merchant's store
wanting two bushels of peas and
three of corn, not asking the price,
the clerk askedithe boss-man what it
was worth. He said, you let him
have it, I'll fix the price. Now this
obligated ignorant mztu vill not know
wl.at will be his amount of debt next
fall when he comes in to make a
settlement. This is why many a
fermer can never pay out, because
they don't know what they owe. And
this is another reason why the church
doese't receive its support, and the
newspaper man can not get his
pay for printing his papers. Woe
unto the merchants with their light
measure, and light balances. I am a
minister of the Gospel, and strive to
do according to the command of God.
I do not live beyond my ability and
strive to owe no man; when I contract
a debt, I am not satisfied until it is
paid. I am a stranger in this county,
but not in Sumter. The merchants
of Manning are not hospitable as
those of Sumter. They do not adver
I planted a farm this year and
have been running it on the cash
system, but got somewhat short of
means at this period. Having been
aftlicted the first part of the year, my
doctor's bill for medicine had taken
what I intended to make my crop
with. I did not want to go in any
debt, but seeing I could not well get
along without it, I went to Manning
and tiied two of the largest business
merchants for aid, but they refused
on these grounds, that so many min
isters lad deceived them until they
had lost a2l confidence in them. This
startled me, knowing that I was not
one of that kind. I hesitated a while,
and said, I never in my life owed a
man and failed to pay him, yet I will
not beg a muan and pay him too.
My advice to my ministerial col
legues is to pay your honest debts
and owe no man. By so doing, it
will not be said that ministers are
are hard debt payers. We are the
light of the world, and may we let
our light so shine before men that
they may see our good wvorks, and
then we can glorify our Father which
The rederso nippr will beplae
tolanthat there is at least onedrae
disease that science has been able to cure
in all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positivo cure now
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitntional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers, that they offer One .H un
dred Dollars for any ease that it fails to
cure. Send for list of Testimonials.
Address. F. J. CHIENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
;J"old by druggists. 75.
A LIBRARY FOR MANNING.
Do you want to readi good books
and periodicals, improve yourself,
and keep up with this progressive
age in which we are living; and at a
nominal cost? If you are a parent,
do vou want your children toacur
a taste for good reading and read the
best books car'efully and judicially
If you can answer the above ques
tions in the afirmative,can't you and
wont you help to secure a circulating
librar'y and reading room for Man
ning? Towns without the money or
the populattion and certainly with nc
more well educated reading people
have them running successfully, and
so the feasibility of the idlea is assured
Thmis is an opportunity to do good tc
vtoor ne'ighbor and better to yourself.
~\Vill you embrace it?
D l;CKLEN'S APNICA SALVE.
T!:e le'.t salvec in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ,.!cers, salt rheunm, feve:
soes, teittAr, chppedl handls, chilblains
corn a~ nd all skin eruptions, and positivel:
cue pilesor no pa~y re'luired. It is guar
anteedi to give perfec(t satisfaction, cr mone:
r"efundled. Price 2->. pecr lox. For' sale b:
Rt. 1B. Loryea.
T IHE DIS2( VERY SAVED HIS LIFE.
dMr. G. Caillouette. Druggist, Ileaversville
Ill. says: "To Dri. King's New Discover:
I ow my~ life. Was taken with La Gripp
and triedl al the physicians for miles about
bu f oaail and was civen up anid tol<
I ol io ive. Having Dr. King's Nei
iDiscoverv in my store I sent for a bottl
e and bega~n its use and fromi the first dos
bgntget better, and after using thre
btlswsup and about agatin. It i
w~orthi its. weight in gold. We won't kec
store or house without it." Get a free trit
a R. . Loryea's drug store.
t CUREi FORl HEADACHE.
A e a cedv for all forms of headacla
Eecric Bi ttel's ihas proved to he the vet
best. It (ifects a permanent cure and tl:
mIost dreaded habitual sick headaches yiel
Ii- to its intinenee. We urge all who are a
il fcted to procure a bottle, and give th
:e ren'edyv a fair trial. In cases of babitu:
f onstifpation Electric litters cures by givin
or the needed tone to the bowels, and fe
me- cases long resist the use of this medicin
t. Try it once. Large boitles only 50 cents :
it R. Lora's cdrug store.
Are the Telegraph System of the body, extending
from the brain to every part of the system.
Nerves are fed by the blood, and are, there
fore, like it - weak and tired if the
blood is thin, pale. impure -
Nerves are strong and steady, there is no
neuralgia, brain is unclouded-if the
blood is rich, red and pure. .
Nerves find a true friend in Hood's Sarsapa
rilla, because it makes rich, red blood,
gives good appetite and digestion.
Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1.
cure all Liver Ills and
Hood's Pills Sick Headache. 25 cents.
Do you know what Grocer
ies are worth ?
Do you buy your Dry Goods
Do y ou 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 bay 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.....................14; to 16c
40 lb box lump Starch for $1 55, retails at 5c
Octagon Soap (per box) at .......... $3 80
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 7A and
36-inch Sea Island Percales at ........10Mc
36 inch Irish Lawn at................ 8c
Grass Linen, all colors, at..10, 12) and 15c
Solid and fancy Ducks at ....... 8 and 10c
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..................S 50
Agents for Thompson's Glove-Fitting Cor
sets, at...............Si1 00 to S1 75
Silk Mits and Gloves, in all colors.
A large line of Men's Furnishing Goods.
Special drive on Colored Laundried Shirts
at................. ...5c, worth 75c
Shoes of all kinds and prices.
18 stylt., of~ Ladies' and Children's Ox
ford ties at 50c to 52 00.
Straw hats 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 DUCKER & BUITMAN GO.
S-uiza.ter', S. C.
of HATS 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 ou:
goods to appreciate them.
Mrs. H. D. Riff is an expert Milli
er and spares no expense to
KEEP UP WITH
THE WORLD OF FASHION
and we want to assure you that ai
20 PER CENT. CAN BE
I hlave just re
ceived a pret
ty line of
They are of - -
the very --
Icnsave you big
-- and see my
Groceries ! Groceries ! always
fresh and cheaper than else
H. D. RIFF.
Base ball goods at 1R. B. Leryea's.
.For writing paper, pens and ink, at tI
lowest prices, go to Brockinton's.
s Ripans Tabules cure indigestion.
gRipans Tabules: gentle cathartic.
-Ripans Tabules: pleasant laxative.
Ripans Tabnle cure liver trubles.
GREAT OLOSING OUT
In order to make room for our Fall and Winter
Stock, which is now being made specially for us
in the Northern markets, we have placed on
our counters the following goods, which............
Must Be Closed Out at irbe!
At the Piices Named.
MEN'S SACK SUITS.
TABLE NO. 2.
Suits marked S10.00 for SS.00
Suits marked 12.00 for 9.50
Suits marked 12.50 for 10.00
Suits marked $13.50 for $11.00
Suits marked S15.00 for $13.00
A Special Drive iii Youis' Suits, 14 to 18 Years!
Your Choice for $6.00!
Some of these Suits are marked $10.00 to
$18.00.- These must go. -:- -
All washable Bows, Four-in-Hands, and
Scarfs that sell for 25 cents, at 20 cents.
All Club Ties marked 15 cents, at 10
cents. Patterns in these goods are the
very best, being made by Rufus Water
house Co., which is a guarantee itself.
Straw Hats! Straw Hats]
Largest~ stock in town to select from.
New Goods; 1896 shapes; Men's and
Boys'. Hats marked $2.50, now for
$1.75. Hats marked $1.50, now for
81.00. Hats marked $1.00, now for 75c.
Hats marked 7-5c., now for 50c. Hats
marked 50c., now for 40c. Hats marked
25c., now for 20c.
THE ABOVE GOODS MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE.
Remember, this is a positive cash sale. No goods charged at
these prices. Spot cash secures these bargains. Call at once, as
these goods at prices named will not last long.
BROWN, CUTTING & DELG-AR,
Clothiers and Furnishers,
Surnter, S. C.
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION
OFFICE OF SUPERVISORS OF REGIS
TION FOR CLARENDON COUNiTY.
THME BOOKS FOR THE REGIf
Ij.tration of voters will be opene
at the court house in Manning, Moz
day, April 6th, 1896, and continu
open for six consecutive weeks.
All male citizens who have bee
tohescenstitution,.andmwao can re
bei makooorm EDITOR:-or stn h cnttuin
las annouc to th lre publi tadulfe orgstradbcm l
ties building, where sewll gh gldonteuistmmeyrn ueJ
goods, suuh aandawestenderuandnsea
to seem ed. I meantodths anow toe oewekieahmnhn
badies wo mae rot foreay falsockghty asbfr h eea
as w en to putll an lre ne, aneme hebom-il ecosdbtc
ber nowao I will asfll lihnser theSbeoigf edungtei
chietdygosand notins attraI n r o tews iqa
cso Iwan to pubis, pcad atoe-osaeld
ladtiest whohe nc lrad ought Alonsn eitee noe
thei mkete sipper suppl youl Janurve,188 ilbeqai
doeelltcl p aynd s00fo me a mn ersfrll-lesteysb
chics sold o o and cents. sell- o. G T ORa
als or w0nts pubic's spelmenber.HOG
Icronl y ood, shoes clovethes .RIFN
ngor 7entsberd ontha oroer- or_
hardware I can afford to make speci
alties in the lines that I handle. Allha jutrcie a
I ask is for the public to come and
see me, and if I cannot make prices fl ieo
to suit, then I do not ask you to buy BS AL
hesnsfte Sa Sw eason a
formhas, and havead heirp
toadoare ofe bring
anyoof t ialpiies.mnioe
tor. hebokswih e Dagaipn
in o the fis ode n JunetJu.
open onde week 'in ecmotha
teh~ hich ferfo the genralee
ies f eming of.0 agedrin the3i
book ~s a l cloed. atont
stituion.. . oUaA,
~~~~~Manning, S. C.,Arl1 86
232 MEETING STREET9 CHARLESTON S. C.
State 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 teet lengths. We
Manufacture TOBACCO BARN
FLUES and Deliver Them
Freight Prepaid to Any Sta
Send for oarand giving weights
and size-s of all the
showing plans of r T UUU Barn Flues best styles.............
Percival Manufacturing Co.
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
478 to 486 MEETING ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
L. W. F'OLSOM,
Sign of the Big Watch,
S3M1Eo . : : S. C.
- A BIG LINE OF -
Birthday, Wedding and Christmas Presents
- WATCHES, DIAMONDS -
THOMAS WILSON, . .s.JMU J WiL S"N
President. Manager. Secretary and Treasurer.
The Carolina Grocery Company
SUCCESSORS OF BOYD BROTHERS,.
Wholesale Grocers anild Comnission Merchants,
No. 195 EAST BAY,
TO CONSUMERS OF LAGER BEER:
The Palmetto Brewing Company 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 beer in any quantity at the followiag prices :
Pints (patent stopper)....................----... 70c per dozes..
Four dozen pints in crate................... .. .$2.80 per crate
Exports, pints, ten dozen in barrel...................---......$9.00
It will be necessary for consumers or parties ordering to state that the-;beer is for
rivate consumption. We offer special rates for these shipments. This beer is guar
anteed pire, mad' of the choicest hops and malt, and is recommended by the mediea
fraternity. Send to us for a trial order.
The Palmetto Brewing Compny, Charlestn S. C.
THOS. S. ROGAN,
. -DEALER IN
Chinia, Glassware, Lamps, Lamp Goods,
-Woodenware, Brooms, and Tinware.
Oil and Gasoline Stoves, Fly Fans, Fly Traps, Ice
Cream Churns, Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses.
AGENT FOR THE HOME PRIDE COOKING STOVES AND RANGES.
SBig Bargains Always on the 5c. and 10c.
Opera House, Opposite Court House, Sumter, S. C.
Alcli Kiilii Miis
The only Factory of the kind in the County. Man
THEBEST 10 CENT SOCKS
ON TH MARET.
Everybo~dy solicitated to test the above statement. Con
sidering this fact, we confidentially hope for your trade.
All the stores in Manning now have or will have them
t. I TOU CQUIT 37 aVINR Uli~ flin
Alcolu Knitting Mills,
Alcolu, S. C.
Suscibe to The Lsnning Times, $1.50 per Year.