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PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
NANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY. JULY 29, 1896.
THOSE WHO HAVE MONEY
Will Do Well to Give Us a Call If They
Want to Buy Cheap Dry Goods
We are clearing out our old stock to give
room to our new stock which will start to
come in, in August. Ladies, we have
opened up a remnant basket in our store
and it contains some choice bargains for
somebody. All the remnants of dress
goods, laces, and embroideries are thrown
in there at and below cost. Call quick if
you want to secure the peck of the bargains.
25 dozen summer undervests for ladies on
ly 5c each or 6 for 25c. A good bargain to
close in dress ginghams at 5c per yard.
White cross-barred muslin at 4e per yard.
Closing out the remainder of our shirting
prints at Sc per yard. Just received, a
large lot of gin bristles at $1.00 per lb.
Just received, a large lot of fresh turnip
seed for fall planting, any kind you want.
very cheap. A very good grade of rice at
5c per qt., 40L per peck. The best Ken
tucky apple vinegar at 25c per gal. Purest
wbite wine vinegar at 30o per gal. Flour,
sugar, coffee, bacon and lard cheaper than
was ever known in years.
For the cash only,
W. E. JENKINSON.
There is an opening at the Citadel for
one of Clarendon's young men.
Base ball goods at I. B. Loryea's.
Boys! here is a fine opportunity for an
education. Read the Citadel advertise
Turnip seed at B. B. Loryea's.
In another column will be seen the ad
vertisement of the South Carolina College.
"Pick Leaf" smoking tobacco, 10c a
package, at Brockinton's.
Mr. W. W. Holladay is quite sick at the
residence of his son-in-law, Dr. W. M.
How about that pair of spectacles you are
needing so bad? Now is your time to get
them at Brockinton's.
The young folks ought to get up a great
big dance to celebrate the opening of the
Mrs. F. E. Brockinton. accompanied by
Mr. S. P. Brockinton, of Kingstree, are at
Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Milk shakes, soda water and ice
cream at J. C. Boyd's
Mrs. S. C. Black and her daughtcr, Miss
Anne, of Charleston, are visiting the fam
ily of Mr. E. L. Wilkins.
Died as Alcolu last Wednesday, Mrs.
Mary Shaw, wife of Mr. John Shaw, aged
about twenty years.
The first full grown cotton boll we have
seen this season was brought to us by Mr.
B. S. Compton of Packsville last Thursday.
If yon want a nice cool drink these
hot days, call on J. C. Boyd.
The finest watermelon of this season that
we have seen is the one brought to us by
Mr. .1 i. Davis. It was large and deh.
Mr. J. H. Loryea, one of &'. Mathews
most substantial business men, spent
several days in Manning on a visit to his
There will be a match-game of ball in
Manning -next Friday between the Wee
Tee Club. of Williamsburg, and the Man
ning club. There will be ample provision
made to seat the spectators.
Base balls and bats all prices at B. B.
The candidates, bless them, are contin
uing to offer their noble selves to the peo
pie. True, all of them cannot get offce,
but there is one consolation to those who
do not get offie-they will get the dry
Wood's .turnip seed, tested and true,
all kinds. B. B. Lorya, the druggist.
Died yesterday at her home in Williams
burg, near the Clarendon line, Mrs. Lou
Montgomery, aged about twenty-five years.
The decesd was the elder, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bobert MA. 'Thompson, of
For that torpid liver try "Thedford's
Black Draught" at Brockinton's.
if one candidate can get the votes of his
fellow-candidates he will have a good start.
May be that is why every new candidate
that comes out has reason to expect the
support of the candidates running for
some other offie.
For writing paper, pens and ink, at the
lowest prices, go to Broekinton's.
Died last Monday night at her home near
Trinity. Mrs. Alice Alabrook, wife of Mr.
Allen Alabrook, aged twenty-four years.
The deceased had been sick for the past
two months, but bar condition changed for
the worse Monday night. She was a
daughter of Mr. B. L. Logan and she
leaves one child. The interment took
place in the Manning cemetery yesterday.
Go to Broodinton's drug store for soda
water, milk shakes and cocoa-cola. Pure
fruit syrups always on hand.
The grand jury committee, consisting of
Mr. C. L. Emanuel, Mr. Junius Strange and
Mr. H. C. Carrigan, together with Mr. y. H.
Lesesne employed as expert, are examining
the books of the various county offices.
The results of their investigations of course
cannot be ascertained until court, as they
are under oath to keep secret everything
coming before them until they make their
report in open court.
--Red Booster" smoking and chewing to
*Wm~4wist, at Brockinton's.
The people. betore casting a vote for any
of the candidates, should make an effort
to find out something about the man ask
ing their support. Do not let all kinds of
rumors have any effect, but ascertain which
is the best man and then vote for him.
Such political clap-trap as court house
ring is no argument unless the party' in
dulging in such can convince yo that
there is a candidate in the field whio has
conspired to defeat the will o( the people.
Remember that when a man Is elected to
office he is put there by the people, and it
is but natural that he go before the people
again to ask for a continuance; all of them
will do it and they have a righit to do so
and not be ringsters either.
Dyeing made easy by using Diamond
Dyc. All colors, at R. B. Loryea's.
When the county cainpagin meetings take
place we think it would be well for the can
didates for the -legislature to let the people
know what they propose to do for the pub
lic good. We think they should say whether
or not they favor the continuance of a seed
cotton license, which is worse than a farce.
The law requires a license to purchase seed
cotton and yet every fall the article is
bought openly without a license being paid.
Then again where a license is taken out it
gives the man holding the license a mo
noply and his neighbors who have no stores
are placed at the mercy of those who ravage
the fields at night to steal seed cotton to sell
to the licensed stores. We think the farm
ers would prefer that the seed cotton law
be abolished. The question should be dis
cussed that the views of the people may be
The County Democratic Executive
Committee will meet in the court
house, Monday, August 3rd, 1896, to
confirm the managers selected by the
clubs and to make arrangements for
the primary election and such other
business as may come before it.
D. J. BRaDHA,
anning S. 0.L July 22nd 1896.
Packsville, July 11, 1896--We are
having fine seasons, and crops through
this section are very promising, cot
ton especially so. There are some
very fine lands around Packsville
suitable to the raising of almost any
kinds of crops, raised in South Caro
lina, and from what we can learn of
tobacco growing we have the best
kind of soil in and around Packsville
to grow it, and yet not one of our
farmers will take the lead in growing
this paying crop. We would advise
them to go to Manning and see the
tobacco warehouses that are being
built there, and to look at some of
the beautiful tobacco farms near the
place, and we believe they would I
return home fully decided to raise
this paying weed. If the farmers in
and around Packsville ever expect
to get any of that gold and free silver
they are continually discussing about
on the streets they had better go to
Rev. C. M. Billings, pastor of the t
Baptist church at this place, has
closed a meeting of several days dura- I
tion at Graham Baptist church in
Sumter county. Great interest was
manifested from the begining of the
meeting to the close. The church
membership were greatly revived,
and many inquiring souls were led
out of darkness into the marvelous
light of the Gospel.
Rev. Connors, paster of Calvary
Baptist church, is holding a meetingi
this week which will continue for
Misses. Blanche Zeigler and Mag
gie Antley, of St. Mathews and Miss
Lidie Tisdale, of Summerton, are
visiting at Mr. Geo. H. Curtis's.
Misses. Emma Reddick and Daisy
Smith, of Columbia, are visiting at
Mr. V. J. Troublefield's.
Miss Nettie Cuttino, of Allendale,
is visiting at Mrs. S. L. Lynam's.
Mr. L. A. White and family, of
Smithville, are visiting at Mr. F. S.
Mrs. W. R. McLeod, who has been
quite sick, is now convalesent.
Candidates for the various county
offices are canvassing this part of the
Packsville, July 27, 1896.-Cotton is be- i
gining to open, in a short time the farmers
will .begin to gather the fleecystaple for the
market. Several of the farmers are pulling
fodder, some of them are through.
We had a fine game of base ball last i
Thursday between the third nine of Man- t
ning and the third nine of this place. The
scores stood 18 to 15 in favor of the Packs
The members of the Baptist church of t
this place have given their beloved pastor
Rev. C. M. Billings a vacation of one month
and he is now visiting relatives in Berry,
The Packsville Democratic club met last
Saturday afternoon and elected J. F. Rich
bourg M. B. Corbett and J. A. Brown to
manage the primary election in August.
Two Morman Elders passed through our
town Saturday distributing their tracts and
other literature. We understand they stop
ped at one of our near neighbor's house
and preached to a small crowd on Satur
. $100 REWARD, $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure I
in all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's1
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now(
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requiresaC
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh -
Cure is taken internally, acting directly '
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
ystemi, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing its work. I
The proprietors have so much faith in - its
curative ~wers, that they offer One Hun
drdDl frany case that it fails to
cure. Send for list of Testimonials.
Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
piiSold by druggists. 75.
SANDY GROVE SIFTINGS.
Sanday Grove, July 10, 1896.-We
are haviug nice rains. Crops are
looking well. Curing toba co is the
order of the day in Salem.
Mrs. Maggie Buckles, of Williams
burg, aged seventy-two years, wast
laid to rest in i h Johnson burying
ground last Sunday.
The candidates are moving around
among us within the last few days
and they all seem hopeful. We wish
them success, but all of them cannot
win that is certain. Wonder whqthe
candidate we saw last, but then we
might be tattling too much, as we
infer we have already done judging
from the reference to a paragraph in
in our last. If there was anything
objectionable in that paragraph we
beg pardon. Well, we are compelled
to say there is more back-stabbing,
mud-slinging, and dirty insinuations
being used this year than ever be
fore, and we do not charge it all to
candidates either; we hope the peo
ple of Clarendon will not give ear or
countenance to such tactics to catch
votes. Hurrah for Bryan and Sewall.
BUCKLEN'S ARMICA SALVE. 1
The best salvo in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,I
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cres piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Loryea.
THE IDEAL PANACEA.
James L. Francis, Alderman, Chiicago,
says: "I regard DAKing's New Discovery
as an Ideal Penacea *r Coughs. Colds and
Lung Complaints, having used it in my
family for the last ten years. to the exclu
sion of physician's prescriptions or other
Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, writes:
"I have been a Minister of the Methottist
Episcopal Church for 5o years or more, and
have never found anything so benefical, or'
that gave me auch speedy relief as Dr.
King's New Discovery." Try this Ideal
Cough Remedy now. Trial bottles free at
R. B. Loryea's drug store.
A VALUABLE PRIESCRTTION.
Editor Morrison of Worthington, Ind.,
"Sun." writes: "You have a valuable pres
ription in Electric Bitters, and I can
cheerfully recommend it for constipation
and sick headache, and as a general system
tonic it has no equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle,
2625 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, was all
run down, could not eat nor digest food.
had a backache which never left her and
felt tired and weary, but six bottles of'
Electric Bitters restored her health '.'d
renewed her strength. Prices So cents and
$.oo. Get a bottle at R. B. Loryea's drug
Why suffer with conghs, colds and la
grippe when Laxative Bromo Quinine will
cure you in one day. Does not produce
the ringing in the head like Sulphate of
Quinine. Put up in tablets convenient for
taking. Guaranteed to cure, or noney re
funded. Price, 25 cents. For sale by R.
B. Loryea, the Druggist.
The Conmmunion meeting in the Man
ning Presbyterian church will be on next
Sabbath with preaching Friday and Sat
urday of this week.
BY REV. J. 0. GOUGH, MANNING, S. C.
AN AFTER THOUGHT.
It was a real pleasure for us to
meet and grasp the hand of Brother
Boitick last Sunday, and to hear him
tell of the joys and sorrows in the
mission work in far-off China. May
3od bless him in his work, and may
Ele raise up more men to preach the
;ospel in heathen lands and more
men at home to give of their means
or the support of these men. It is
always a real pleasure for a minister
o see a large congregation out to
iear him deliver the message of Al
nighty God; their presence is in
piring and uplifting- But in the
:ase of every preacher, I dare say
:hat there comes to him, possibly
ach Monday, what might be prop
rly called an after thought. That is
.he thoughts that are revolving in his
nind after his message has been de
Yesterday, as I went home from
>ur worship, I thought, "Do these
>eople go back to their homes
vith a deeper love for the lost China
an ? Do they return with a firm
-esolve to do more, pray more, and
ive more to send the gospel to the
"Do these people go home prais
ng God for the Sabbath, the bles
ied day of rest, and for the hour of
vorship of his great name?
"Do they go on their way rejoic
ng in their own deliverance or pray
ng God for forgiveness of sins ?
"Has the word to which they have
istened been the savior of life unto
ife or of death unto death?
"Have I as a preacher been faith
ul to my charge, to my God, myself
wnd my fellow-men?
"Do I rest in the quietness of con
;cience that I have not shunned to de
:are the whole counsel of God?
"Has my sermon been the means
n God's hand of turning the foot
steps of a poor wayfarer from the
torm-beaten paths of sin to the
ihining pathway of light and truth
mnd safety. Has it been a failure or
It is these after thoughts that
weep through the minds of the
ninisters that has given to Monday
he name of "Blue Monday."
I wonder if "after thoughts" ever
iweep through the minds of any save
he preacher? The bible tells us of
rich man who had an after thought,
vhen he opened his eyes in hell and
hought of his brethren at home and
lid not wish them to come to the
lace where he was. Judas had an
fter thought when he threw down
he money in the temple and went
)ut and hanged himself. Peter had
ma after thought when peeping
bhrough the open door ind saw the
ace of his denied Lord and went on
he back porch and wept bitterly.
L'Boman soldier must have had
he slut thoughts when with the
rowd sEinting around the cross he
1eard Jesus "forgive them," and he
ikewise said, "this was the son of
3od." Possible, this was the first
ide n all of his contact with Jesus
hat he was convinced of his divinity.
But after thoughts will surely come,
iven though it be too late to change
Would to God-that people would
ave more forethought and hence
nake the first and greatest prepara
ition and "seek first the kingdom of
lod and His righteousness." If men
iad more consecrated forethought it
iould save the remorse of after
The pastor of the Baptist church
egrets that his health makes it nec
ssary for him to be away for a few
veeks, consequently there will be no
reaching in the Institute hall next
unday. The prayer-meeting and
he Sunday-school will be kept up by
he brethren. Let all come and at
end these services.
The address of J. 0. Gough will be
1enn Springs, S. 0., for the next
We hope that the dedication of the
iew Baptist church building will not
ye very far in the future.
We think it a supreme disgrace for
,he governor of the State and a judge
n the bench to curse and swear and
ight over an office which should be
ionored as a center of morals and
-ight living. I long for the time to
ome when Christian men will be
ouht out and placed in these po
tions. God forgivo me :f I ever
ast my vote for a whiskey i.arrel to
t in the governor's chair, or un the
udge's bench, or even as an inspector
>f military arms. I believe that a
an who represents morals and
3hristianity has as much brain and
ausiness tack as does the man who is
mmoral and represents the dlevil's
FFICE CHAIRMAN BOARD or VzsrsITR,
SoUTH CAn:orINA MILITARY ACADEMY.
Barnwell, S. C., .]uly 9th, 1896.
One Beneficiary Vacancy exists in the
soutn Carolina Military Academy from the
:o'nty of Clarendon.
Persons desiring to compete for the same
will apply promptly to the Chairman
Board of Visitors for forms and instruc
No applications not duly fille. and re
eived before the 31st of August will be
:onsidered. JOHNSON HAGOOD,
Chairman Board of Visitor..
SOUTH CAROUNA COLLEGE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Session begins September 30th. Ten
regular Courses, with Diplomas. Special
Courses, with Certificates. Isoard SS a
month. Well appointed Laboratories,
Chemical, Physical, Biological. etc. Gym
nasium. Total necessary expenses for the
year (exclusive of travelling and clothing)
from $123 to $163. Women admitted to all
Classes. For further information, cata
logue. etc., address the Pre sident, JAMES
O. O. LESLIE,
wHOLEsALE AND RETrAIL
COM13ISSION DEAl-ER IN
Fish Packed for Country Orders a Specialtb
No charges for packing. Send for price~
list. Consignments of country produce a-e
respectfully solicited. Poultry, eggs, etc.
Stalls Nos. 1 and 2 Fish Market.
Office, Nos. 18 and 20 Market st.,
east of Bay. . . . .
CHARLE~STON, S. C.
Is needed by poor, tired mothers, debilitated
and run down because of poor. thin blood. Help
Is needed by the nervous sufferer, the men and
women tortured with rheumatism, neuralgia,
dyspepsia, scrofula, catarrh. Help comes
quickly when Hood's Sarsaparilla begins to en
rich. purify and vitalize the blood and send it
in a healing, nourishing, invigorating stream to
aU the nerves, muscles and organs of the body.
H oo d's
Is the o: True Blod Puritier. All druggists. $1.
Prepar; only by C. I. li. & Co., Lowell, Masi.
cure Liver Ills; easy to
Hooo.'s Pills tae asytoLverate. 25c.
Look it Over!
To make good pickles re
quires PURE MATERIAL.
A soggestion: Why noc
avoid all iossibility of
trouble by using only pure
We have them.
Heinz's pickling white wine Vinegar,
per gallon 50c.
'Eldo" Co. beSt pure apple Vinegar,
per gallon 40c.
Geuuine crab apple table Vinegar,
per gallon 40c.
Double strength white wine Vinegar
per gallon 40c.
Special prices on 5, 10, or 20 gal
One-fourth lb. package best mixed
spices, fifteen varieties, for flavor
ing pickles, 10c. a package.
The following spices either ground
Pepper,-red, white, and black.
Allspice, cinnamon, cloves, celery
seed, celery salt. ginger, mace, mus
tard seed, mustard prepared, etc.
May we not have your order?
THE OUCKER & BUI.TMAN CO.
SuLzn.tez-, S. C.
TA5T E L ES
ISJUSTAS COOD FOR ADULTS.
WAR RANTED. PRICE 50 ets.
GA LAmA ILLS., Nov. 16. 1893.
Paris Medicine co., St. Louis, Mo.
Gentlecnen:-We sold last year, 600 bottles of
GROVE's TASTELESS CHILL TONIC and have
bought three grross already this year. In all our ex
perience of 14 years. In the drug business, have
never sold an article that gave such universal sati.'
acilon as your Tonic. YourA trl, CR
--FOR SALE BlY
R. B. Loryea, the Druggist,
Manning, S. C.
T. .'tobuy a Sewig Machine
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It has Automtr Tension, Double Feed, alike
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on ad justable cent ers, thus reducing friction to
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FOR SALE BY
W. E. JENKIN SON, Manning, S C.
DR. J. FRA~NK GEIGER,
MANNING, S. C.
OFFICE IN MANNING TETL.
GREAT GLOSING 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............
iliust Be Cosed Out at Once!
A the Prices Name.
MEWS SAC PJTS.
TE~i7 AC.? Zz 7
Suits marked 100 -( .
Suits marked 12.50 for .00
TABLE NO. 3.
Suits marked t13.50 for $11.00
Suits marked S15.00 for $13.00
A Special Drive in Youths' 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 ]0
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 92.50, now for
$1.75. Hats marked $1.50, now for
S1.00. Hats marked $1.00, now for 75c.
Hats marked 75c., 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, CUTTINO & DELIGAR,
Clothiers and Furnishers,
Sunter, S. C.
At Cost! At Cost!_
RAREB JuI N
F~ce H~ NGTE OF REGISTRATION
Our entire stock will be Of Voters !
ACTUAL COET ~ ~f
TO MAKE ROOM FOR Irt~lo oeswl eoee
Our stock of Ladies' HATS and dy pi t,19,adcniu
MlLLINERY pleased the ladies Almaectznwhhvebn
so well that we have been forced rsdnso h tt w er n
to buy more and this time we terrsetv oln rcnt o
have the prettiest line everforonhadaepidtirol
FLOWERS, - PLUMES - AND .. LACESan othdibltesmtoedn
INFANTS' CAPS qaiidt eitradbcm lc
of the tr.Teboswl eaanoee
We want the ladies to see our tit asbfr h eea lc
goods to a ppreciate them.tinteboswlbecsd:uti
Mrs. H. D. Riff is an expert Milli- tra n r o tews iqai
ner and spares no expense to le.myb eitrdbfr h
KEEP UP WITHbokarclsd
THE WORLD OF FASHION AlIesu eitrdo rbfr
and we want to assure you that at vtr o ieuls hysbe
2PER CENT. CAN BEconofohrroiisofteo
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I have just receivedI a pretty Mnig .C.Arl1 56
line of GENTLEMEN'S HATS.
They are of the very latest blocks-.. - -
and I can save you big money.
RUSSE T SH OES for gentlemen
in abundance. Come and see my
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING and
Groceries ! Groceries ! always
fresh and cheaper than else- R .LRE
H. D. RIFF. ullieo
Notice to Creditors. Bs al n as
All persons having claims against the As AEBL
estate of Charles Rl, Boyd, deceased, willG ID S
present them dnly attested, and those ow
ing said estate will make payment to TeBs alSao
A. D. RIHAME,
silver, s. C., July 8th, 1806.
JOHN S. WILSON,
Attorney and C'oua .-elo at Law,R.BLOYA
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232 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON S. C.
State Agents for tUh- Sie of
Whiolesal~ 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
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Send for our Circular Ind szes of all the
showing plans of UUUUU Br F best styles..
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-A BIG LINE OF
Birthday, Wedding and Christmas Presents
- WATCHES, DIAMONDS -
Fine Sterling Silver Clocks, Optical Goods,
Fine Knives, Scissors and Razors, Machine Ne edle,
All repairing guaranteed.
THONIAS WILSON, R. E. JAQUES, JOHN WILSON,
President. Manager. Secretary and Treasurer.
The Caiolila Grocery Company
SUCCESSORS OF BOYD BROTHERS,
Wholesale Groces aiid Commission Merchants,
No. 195 EAST BAY,
01M m ~ o . .R . S. a.
TO CONSUMERS OF LAGER BEER :
with The Solt eCarolina State authorities, by which they ar enabled to fil oder from
consumers for shipments of beer in any quantity at the following prices :
Four dozen pints in crate........................... 2.0 pe crat n~
Exports, pints, ten dozen in barrel............................$9.00
pIte willbe necessary -o consumers or rtes ordseg sti state that the r isfo
anteed pre, made of the choicest hos and malt, and is recommended by the medica
The Palmetto Brewing Company, Charleston, S, C.
T HOS. S. ROGAN,
Woodenlasware, Lampis, Lamp Goods,
WooenwreBrooms, 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.
Big Bargains Always on the 5c. and 10c.
Opera House, Opposite Court House, Sumter, S. C.
Alal 0111 Kilulili
The only Factory of the kind in the County. Man
THE BEST 10 CENT SOCKS
ON THE MARKET.
Everybody solicitated to test the above statement. Cor
sidering tliis fact, we confidenitially hope for your trade.
All the stores ill Manning now have or will have them
fIN YO OOi lial Tg Y~d I
Alcolu Knitting Mills,
Alcolu, S. C.
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