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UBimSHE ALL COUNT AN'D) TOWN
MANNING, S. IC.:*
WEDNESDAY. AUG. 5, 1896.
We wish our friends to know that
we still hold the agency for all kinds
of school books used in the public
schoolt of Clarendon county. We
have now- a large lot of books on
hand and more to arrive in a few
250 cotton sheets, 7x7 feet, to arrive
August 10th; will be sold for the
cash at 25e each. We have now in
stock 25 doz. gents' unlaundered
bleached shirts at 30e each. This is
one of the best bargains that has ev
er been offered in this town or any
other town on white bleached shirts.
We have a great bargain to offer you
in gents' and ladies' seamless hose at
19e per pair. We have gents' white
cambrie handkercheifs with fast col
ored borders, 19x19 inches in size, at
5c each. We will guarantee that the
price and quality can't be beat in
the State for the money. We offer
you this week a splendid grade of
coffee at 16je per lb. A very good
quality of rice at 5e per qt. A large
lot of fresh turnip seeds at very close
prices. The larger quantity you
want the cheaper we sell.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Mr. S. A. Rigby left this morning for
Died in Sumter, last Friday, Mrs. Millie
Briggs, wife of Mr. H. S. Briggs, aged about
Died near Silver, last Thursday, a six
monthsaold daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. M.
For that torpid liver try "Thedford's
Black Draught" at Brockinton's.
Mr.Isaae Fass, of Charleston, has taken
a position in the store of Mr. H. D. Eiff.
Miss Bertha Big, of St. Stephens, is vis
iting the family of'Mr. H. D. Rif.
The Manning boys are to go to Mayes
ville next Friday to show the Mayesvlians
how to play ball.
We have on our desk a magnificient
sampleof tam raised and cured by Hon.
y. W. Kennedy.
Wood's turni seed, tested and true,
all kindk. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Mr. . E. Kelly. a prosperous farmer of
the Davis section, left on our desk last
Friday two open cotton bolls.
Base balls and bats all prices at R. B.
Mr. J. Wesley Strange left in our office
last week a very large ear of corn. It
measured twelve inches from tip to tip.
Hardin Co. pure apple vinegar is the
best for pickling and table use. For sale
by I. B. Loryea, the druggist.
I is against the law of this town for peo
eto dump rubbish into the streeUts and
police are required to report all parties
violating the law.
Bese bal goods at R. B. Loryea's.
The Editorof The Tim'es took a few days
recreation and not being accstmed to
uch luxuries he can not get down to work
with his usual vim.
Candidates desiring individual tickets
printed will please give us their order as
soon as possible and thas avoid the rush
that usually comes the last few days.
-Turnp seed at H. B. Loryea's.
Agm of base ball was played in Man
-niu ast Friday between our boys and the
WeTee club, of Wiliamsburg, resulting
insa victory for Meanning with a score of 13
The business men of Marion have sent
out invitations for a big barbeene that they
will have for the opening of the Marion to
bacco warehouse. Why can not our busi
ness men do likewise?
"Pick Leaf" smoking, tobacco, 10e a
Colonel H. sL Benbow requests us to
state that on accont of the 23rd falling on
-Sunday this year the annual: reunion of
the Sprt Guards will take place Saturday
thed, at Juneville, where he hopes to
meet all of his comrades.
Cotton is opening, tobacco is beingecured,
and the corn crops are immense. We see
no reason for our merchants to feel discour
aged and we believe that with a proper ef
fort more goods will be sold in Manning
this year than any year since the war.
How about that pair of spectacles you are
needing so bad ? Nowis your time to get
them at Brockinton's.
Last Friday Governor Evans granted a
full pardon to Louis Griffin, a young white
man, convicted from this county in June.
He was indicted by Mr. J. H. Eadon for
stalng a gun and the prosecutor joined in
a request to make the punishment light.
If you want a nice cool drink these
hot day s, call on J.0C. Boyd.
The candidates were thick and clever
last Monday, and from the many private
interviews, one would judge that some tall
-promises of support were made. Every
candidate belongs to a club and of course
be can give that club to anybody he pleases
now; the voters are not in it until it comes
timneto put the votes in, and then we shall
see the unreliableness of promises.
Milk shakes, soda water and ice
cream at .0. Boyd's
At the county campaign meetings it will
be well to get the views of the candidates
-for legislative honors on the seed cotton
license questign. A great many of our
citizens agree witb us, that as the law
stands now itis alittle betterthan a farce.
The farmers should either have a seed cot
ton law that will protect them or then
they should be allowed to buy and .sell
wthout a license.
*'-Bed Rooster" smoking and chewing to
bacco,5c a twist, at Brockinton's.
Will not our business men get together
and take some step towards inducing peo
ple to bring their products to Manning.
Elsewhere the merchants have had meet
ings and each one of them contributed to
wards giving a big dinner for the opening
of their warehouses. The result will be that
crowds will attend these openings and the
merchants will be the ones mostly ben
Go to Broedinton's drug store for soda
water, milk shakes and cocoa-cola. Pure
fruit syrups always on hand.
A great surprise to the people of this
town was the news that Jimmie Rowe had
been found dead in Columbia last Friday.
The young msan was a son of Mr. James L.
Rowe and was a telegraph operator
by occupation. He led a rather
rambling and dissipated life, and when
found under a large oak near Shandon, a
Columbia surbuirban pleasure resort, he
was cold in death with a bottle of liquor
beside him. The deceased was about
twenty-four years of age, and is said to
have been in love with a widow whom he
followed to Columbia from trio. When
found, he bad some love missives and some
poetry in his pocket. The body was in
terred before Mir. WV. P. Rowe, a brother,
reached there, and he decided after it *was
buried to not bring it home.
Why suffer with coughs, colds and la
grippe when Laxative Bromo Quinine will
cre you in one day. Does not pro~ice
the rioging 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.
Ripans Tabules cure headache.
mnonns Taun re flatulenne.
COUNTY DEMOCRATIC EXECU
The County Executive Committee
met in the court house last Monday.
The following members representing
their respective clubs were present:
Panola, S P Holladay.
Summerton, J S Cantey.
Cross Roads, A J Richbourg.
Jordan, J Elbert Davis.
Foreston, C S Land.
Foreston Reform, J H Johnson.
Doctor Swamp, J H Timmons.
Clarendon, W C Chandler.
Manning, J H Lesesne.
Packsville, J C Johnson.
Trinity, C L Emanuel.
Fork, R L Logan.
Harmony, A H D Chandler.
New Zion, I M Woods.
Douglass, W J Turbeville.
Silver, T B Owen.
Pinewood, E P Geddings.
New Town. W T Kennedy.
Alcolu, E D Hodge.
Fulton, A I Barron.
Manning Farmers' Platform, Louis
The committee confirmed the man
agers elected by the clubs. Captain
Bradham, former secretary of the
committee, reported the financial
condition of the treasury. A com
munication from the State commit
tie assessing this county $25.00 was
The matter of assessing candidates
was left to a special committee con
sisting of six candidates and one gen
tleman. The committee was: C. S.
Land. J. H. Lesesne, J. H. Timmons,
I. M. Woods, E. P. Geddings, S. P.
Holladay, J. Elbert Davis.
The following places and dates
were agreed upon for the county
Pinewood, Monday, August 17.
Packsville, Tuesday, August 18.
Summerton, Wednesday, Aug. 19.
Manning, Thursday, August 20.
Alcol, Thursday night, August 20.
Midway, Friday, August 21.
Turbeville's Mill, Saturday, Au
When the committee on assess
ments retired, some of the Legislative
candidates were called upon to
speak. Mr. T. B. Owen, in his brief
remarks showed that he has been
studying the questions now being
discussed, and that he is in line with
the progressive spirit. He is opposed
to the tearing down of existing edu
cational institutions; that he favors
maintaining the Citadel, Clemson,
South Carolina College, and Win
throp. He also favors improvements
in the common schools and expressed
the opinion that with the three mill
tax and the dispensary money the
common schools can now be run ten
months in the year. While Mr.
Owens did not go extensively into
the matters touched upon, he gave
out enough to show that it was up
to the times.
The other speaker was a gentle
an who has not announced his can
idncy through the Times. He said
that he thought the government
ould be run cheaper, but gave no
reason for making it cheaper. He
will find that the people, while they
want the government run economi
:ally, they also want it run efficient
ly, and that when a man talks econ
omy to them they want also to hear
his plans and how he is going to
bring about this economy he prates
aout. Simply saying the govern
ment can be runr cheaper is not get
ting it run that way and the people
Dr. I. M. Woods propounded a
:uestion to Mr. Owen when that gen
tleman concluded his remarks but
the answer was declined on the
ground that Dr. Woods was a candi
:ate. The Doctor, who is a candi
ate, was just fixing to give the com
ittee a blast when the special com
mitteecame in and corked things up.
The assessments adopted are as
Clerk of Court............. 15
Auditor ................... 10
Superintendent of Education 8
Treasurer ................. 10
Coroner..... ........------ 1
The committee fixed the time for
filing pledges and paying in the as
sessments not later than 12 o'clock
the night of August 15. After a con
siderable discussion it was decided to
pay the managers and clerks one dol
lar each, and to the party coming for
and. returning the box one dollar,
ad ten cents a mile one way.
The business of the meeting was
conducted harmoniously and there
seemed to be a spirit of friendliness
all the way through.
Fo wrtin paper, pens and ink, at the
BUCKLEN'S ARMICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevei
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Loryea.
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gunder
man, of Dimondale, Mich., we are permit.
ted to make this extract: "I have no hesi
tation in recommending Dr. King's New
Discovery, as the results~ were almost mar
velous in the case of my wife. While I was
pastor of the 'Baptist church at Rives June
tion she was brought down with pneumomE
suceeding L2 Grippe. Terrible paroxysms
of coughing would last hours with little
interuption and it seemed as if she could
r.ot survive them. A friend recommended
Dr. King's New Discovery; it was quick in
its work and highly satisfactory mn results.'
Trial bottles free at B. B. LORYEA'ii
Drug Store. Regular size bottles 50 centi
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited foi
any season, but perhaps more generally
needed, when the languid exhausted feel
ing prevails, when the liver is torpid and
sluggish and the need of a tonic and alter
ative is felt. A prompt use of this medi
cine has often averted long and perhaps
fatal bilious !evers. No medicine will aci
more surely in counteracting and freeins
the system from the malarial poison. Head
ache, Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness
yield to Electric Bitters. 50c. and $1.0(
per bottle at IR. B. Loryea's drug store.
ins Tabnles cure constipation.
WORDS FROM W IIS-NS.
Wilson, Aug. 4, 1896.--If I owed a
man hot weather and wouldn't take
some of the days of last week in pay
ment, I would say he was a hard man
to settle with. The thermomiter re
gistered one hundred, and some days
over a hundred in the shade.
Last week has played havoc with
the crops, more especially cotton. It
caused cotton to throw off leaves and
the young fruit, to quit growing and
to commence opening much earlier
than it otherwise would have done.
But as the negro says, I hope it will
be as long as it is broad. I we don't
make a big crop may be we'll get a
better price for it. Corn has suffered
from the dry hot weather too, and
especially young corn. Fodder that
was not ready to pull the first of last
week, is now burnt up to, and in
many places, past the ear. A good
many farmers around here are pulling
this week; and a few commenced last
week. I heard one man say he
Ithought he had nearly a bale of cot
Vhat are the farmers going to do
about the "cotton tie trust." It is to
be hoped that we can find some sub
stitute, and 'M every single tie rust
on the hands of the trust. What will
they "trus" next. It really seems
like we cant trust anything. But as
long as they don't and they cant trust
old hog and hominy, that is, not en
tirely, I guess we will live iight on.
How strange that men will persist in
raising 5c. cotton to buy 8 and loc.
bacon. The tobacco men are going
ahead sitting up with the weed. If
report is true, this is to be a 'tobacco
community" next year. But, I wonder
if the land-sharks aint going to "trust"
on that next. We hear that Mr. Bill
Bradham has the finest tobacco in the
A very interesting and profitable
meeting has closed at Union church.
Mr. Beckham, the preacher in charge,
had Mr. Abercrombie, of Williams
burg county, to assist bim. The
meeting lasted a week and resulted
in some happy conversions and gen
eral edifying of the whole church.
Mr. Abercrombie is a good preacher,
a good man and a hard worker, car
ries with him the hearty "well done'
of this whole 'community.
We offer one hundred dollars reward for
any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hal's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
WEST & TRLAX, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, 0. WALDING, KINNAN & MAR
VIN, Wholesale Druggists Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taked internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent
free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all
A NOBLE, CHRISTIAN WOMAN
Mrs. C. W. Felder died at hear home
near Panola, on August 4th, at noon, in
the sixty-seventh year of her age. She was
the wife of the late Rev. C. W. Felder and
the mother of our present county super
visor, C. R. Feider. She leaves seven sons
and two daughters to mourn her death.
all grown . She was a lovit.g and faithful
mother, a devoted wife, and a conseorated
Christian. Her remains were irnterred at
Andrews Chapel to-day in the presence of
a large concourse of friends and relatives.
IThe funeral ceremony was conducted by
Rev. A. B. Watson. Fnzr.D
Notice to Candidates.
Oinncz Cots-rr Can.ra.
Diuocam&Tc EXnctrzvE CoMxrrr.,
Manning, S. C., Aug. 3, 1896.
In accordance with the rules adopt
ed by the Democratic Executive Com
mittee of Clarendon County, candi
dates will please take notice:
1. Candidates for the General As
sembly and for county offices shall,
ten days previous to the primary
election [i. e., not later than mid
night Aug. 15], file with the chair
man of the county executive commit
tee a pledge in writing, to abide the
result of the primary and support the
nominees of the party.
2. Candidates for nomination shall,
on filing their pledges with the coun
ty chairman, pay the secretary of the
executive committee assessments as
For Congress............$25 00
" Solicitor .............. 5 00
" Sheriff.............. 1500
" Clerk of Court ....... 15 00
" Representativ-es....10 00
" Treasurer............ 10 00
" Supervisor........... 00
" Superintendent of Ed- -
The names of the candidates who
have comp''ed wlth the above rules
and regn1tions will be published in
a county paper the week preceding
the primary election, and no vote for
any candidate who has not complied
with these rules shall be counted.
By order of Executive Committee.
D. J. BRADHAM,
A. J. RICHBOURG,
Sec. Ex. Coin.
Six weeks ago I suffered with a very se
vere cold; was almost unable to speak.
My friends all advised me to conxsult a phy
sician. Noticing Chamaberlain's Cough
Remedy advertised in the St. Paul Volks
Zeitung]1 procured a bottle, and after taking
it a short while was entirely well. I now
most heartily recommend this remedy to
any one suffering with a cold.-Wm. K~eil,
714 Selby Ave., St. Paul, Minn. For sale
by R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
My little boy, when two years of age,
was taken very ill with bloody flux. I was
advised to use Chamberlain's Colic, Chlera
nd Diarrhoea Remedy. and luckily pro
cured part of a bottle. I carefully read the
directions and gave it accordingly. He
was very low, but slowly and smiely he be
gan to improve, gradually recovered, and is
now as stout and strong as ever. I feel
sure it saved his life. . I never can praise
the Remedy half its worth. I am sorry
every one in the world does not know how
good it is, as I do.-Mrs. Lina S. Hinton,
Grahamsville, .Marion Co., Florida. For
sale by R. B. Lorvea, the druggist.
. O. LESLIE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
COMMIssION DEALER IN
Fish Packed for Contry Orders a Specialty
No charges for packing. Send for price
list. Consignments of country produce are
respectfully solicited. Poultry, eggs, etc.
Stalls Nos. 1 and 2 Fish Market.
Ofc, Nos. 18 and 20 Market st.,
east of Blay. .
C ALESTON 5. C.
Ripans Tabules cure bad breath.
Ripans Tabules cure biliousness.
Ripans Tabules: pleasant laxative.
proved by the st-tements of lead
Sales ing druggsts everywhere, show
that the people have an abiding conlidence
in Hood's Sarsaparilla. Great
proved by the voluntary state
Cures ments of thousands of people.
show that Hood's Sarsaparilla has great
over disease by purifying, en
Power riching and invigorating the
blood, upon which health and life depend.
H o0 d's
Is the One True Blood Purifier.All dru. S .
are the only p! to take
Hood's Pills with loodsSarsaparilma.
Primary Election Man
OF-Ic, CoUNT. C;:?~luMA.N,
DEm!ocitATre EXEbcTIVE CoM-ArrTEE -
M.anninL,, S. C., Angust3, 1896.
Following is a list of tihe managers ap
pointedl by the County Deuutocratic Execu
tive Committee for the primary election to
be held August 25, 1896. aund for the second
primary to be held two weeks later, if said
second primary election be necessary.
Polls open from 8 a. mu. to 4 p. m.:
Alcolu-J J Nettles. E E Hodge, J W
Clarendon-W T Le-esne, W E Daniels,
I I Bagnal.
Cross Roads-Samuel Sparks, 8 A Brun
son, Joel Benbow.
Doctor Swamp-I N Tobias, s F Parker,
C J Haley.
Douglas-W J Turbevillo, A J Hicks,
Foreston-Moultrie Oliver, T L Bagnal,
C E Chesnut.
Foreston Reform-C T Ridgeway, J H
Barnes, R S Johnson.
Fork-A D McFaddin, Elwyn Harvin,
A S Brunson.
Fulton-D F Lide, A L Bnrkett, H B
Harmony-J B Holladay, J D Daniels,
J G Plowden.
Jordan-J W Clark, R C Plowden, C R
Manning-J H McKnigbt, 8 J Clark, E
Manning Farmers' Platform-W T
Touchberry, R A Ridgill, W J Rawlinson.
Widway-J M Player, J L Barrow, 1H J
New Town-G T Worsham, W H Curry,
T W Barrineau.
New Zion-W E Lavender. T U Beard,
J E Green.
Panola-S P Fairey, J H T Coulliett, C
Pinewood-L A Graham, S G Griffin, J
Packsville-J F Richbouiga, J A Brown,
M B Corbett.
Silver-A N Felder, D F Mahoney, J W
Summerton-W W Coskrey, W E Keels,
H A Tisdale.
Trinity-J H Johnson. W I Hudnal, A
One of the managers from each clnb will
call for the boxes Saturday, 22nd day of
August, and the presidents of the clubs
will send in a certified copy of their club
rolls by the manager coming for the box.
Each manager of the primary is to re
ceive one dollar for his service and the
party coming for the box will get one dol
lar, and ten cents per mile one way, and
the party returning the box will get one
dollar, and ten cents per mile one way.
D. J. BntADunt,
A. J. Rrcaino.a County Chairman.
Sec. Ex. Comn.
Look it Over!.
To make good pickles re
qjuires PURE MATERIAL.
A suggestion: Why not
avoid all possibility 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.
Genuine crab apple table Vinegar,
per gallon 40c.
Double strength white wino Vinegar
per gallon 40e.
Special prices on 5, 1u, or 20 gal
One-fourth lb. package best mixed
spices, fifteen varieties, for flavor
ig 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 DUCKER & BUITMAN CO.
Sur.ter, S. 0.
SOUTH CAROUiNA COLLEGE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Session begins September 30th. Ten
regular Courses, with Diplomas. Special
Courses, with Certificates. IBoard SS a
month. Weil appointed Laboratories,
Chemical, Physical, Biological, etc. Gym
nasiui. Total necessary expenses for the
year (exclusive of travelling and clothing)
from $123 to S103. Women admitted to all
Classes. For further information, cata
logue, etc., address the President, JAMES
RJ. FRANK GEIGER,
.MANNING, S. C.
OFFICE IN M ANNING TTOTRE.
In ordor to make rooi for our Fall and Winter
Stock. which i. now bei?ng made speeially forius
in the Northern markiets, we haxw placed on
ouir counters the oIllowing gouds. which....
Mst B CVseGuatonce!
the Prices Narned.
MI E . ---4 --
Suits marke-1 M ' w .50
Suits marked ~ "or B
TABLE NO. 3.
Suits a1rke: .5d for $11.00
Suits :vkedf 3.00 for $13.00 i
A Special Drive in Youths'Sal 4 to 18 Years!
Your Choice for $6.00!
Some of these Suits are marked $10.00 to
$18.00. These must go. ---
Washable Neckwear !
All washable Bows, Four-in-Hands, and
Scarfs that sell for 25 cents, at 20 cents.
All C:ub Ties marked 15 cents, at 10
cents. Patterns in these goods are the
very bcst, 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
$1.00. Hats marked $1.00, now for 7.5c.
Hats marked 75c., now for 50c. Hats
marked 50c.. now for 4 Fl. Hats marked
25c., nw for 20c.
THE ABOVE GOODS MUST BE SOLD ..T ONCE
Remember, this is a positive cash sale. Nc 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 & DELGAR,
Clothiers and Furnishers,
Sunter, S. C.
RARE BAI MS - i
~Bec II~ 7DirE O3F REGISTRATION
Our entire stock w be Of Voters!I
sold at (~~o uEVS~ FRGs
.ATU T - a LAEDOCCONrT
TO MAKE ROOM FOR TH 0KSFRHEEGS
FALL GOODS.atl' crthueiMangon
Our stock of Ladies' HATS and pn:r. .oncuiewks
MILLINERY pleased the ladies Al~-tzn h aebe
so well that we have been forced rsdx> i tt w er n
to buy more and this time we lj.r-p -epoln rcnt o
have the prettiest line ever ;ndhvpadterol
brought here.txsi o'prvosoanee
FLOWERS, .. PLUMES.. AND .. LACJES nct~-aiiismnindi
RIBBONS, outi~ . h osiuin r
of the tr.Teboswl eaanoee
most delicateontefrtodasn neJuy
Stylish Patterns. oe newe nec ot n
Wewant th aist see o h ok wl ecosd ui
goods to appreciate them. iesbcmn faedrn h n
Mrs. H. D. Ruif is an expert Milli-tevladrentohwieisai
ner and spares no expeCnse to femyb eitrdbfr h
KEEP UP WITHbosaecoed
THE WORLD OF FASHION Alpesnreitedoorbfr
and we want to assure you that at vtr o ieuls hysbe
least qetysol edsulfe na
20 PER CENT. CAN BEconofohrpoiosofteon
SAVED........BY ttin. C.TWoSA,
BUYING+ YOUR E .HDE
FROM ME. Slrioso eitain
I have just received a pretty Mnig .CArl1 86
line of GENTLEMEN'S HATS.
They are of the very latest blocks
and I can save you bilg money.
RUSSE T SH OES for gentlemen
in abundance. Come and see -uiy
DRY GOODS, CLOTHIN(4 an
Groceries! G4roceries! always
fresh and cheap~er :hani ele .B.LRE
Notice toj Creditors.
All persons hav'ing claimli. againue e GBAEBL
estate of Charles R1, Boyd. dectased, wailU DE
present them duly attested, and those ow
ing said estate will mak'e payment to Te ~ D1
A. D. RH.DIE,
Silver, S. C.. July 8th, 1800. hsarvd ad w
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232 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON S. C.
Wholesaile dealers in
Steves, Tinwares, Hiouse Furnishing Goods,
Tih Plate, Sheet Iron, Tinners' Supplies.
Galvanized Gutter and Rainwater
Pipe in ten leet lengths. We
Manufacture TOBACCO BARN
FLUES and Deliver The
Freight Prepaid to Any Sta
Send for our Circular in eigts
~AIIIH~iM ~ndsizes of all the
showing plans of To Uba B I F3Ues best styles......
Percival Manufacturing Co.
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
478 to 486 MEETING ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
(;X L. W. FOL OM
Sign of the Big Watch,
SUMTEB.L : 5 . 0.
--- A BIG LINE OF
Birthday, Wedding and Christmas Presents
- WATCHES, DIAMONDS -
Fine Sterling Silver Clocks, Optical Goods,
Fine Knives, Scissors and Razors, Machine Nee die,
All repairing guaranteed.
THOMAS WILSON, R. E. JAQUES, JOHN WILSON,
President. 'Manager. Secretary and Treasurer.
The Carollila Grocery Compaly
SUCCESSORS OF BOYD BROTHERS.
Wholesale G1'oc1' awld CoI001810I Merlaiit,
No. 195 EAST BAY,
T A 21L.EST T.-- S. C.
TO CONSUMERS OF LAGER BEER:
The Palmetto Brewing Company of Charleston, S. C., have made arrangements
with the South Carolina Stato authorities, by which they are enabled to fill orders from
consnmers for shipments of geer in any quantity at the following prices :
Pints (patent stopper)............................. 70c per dozen
Four dozen pints in crate.... . ... .. .............. ... ...$2.80 per crate
Half-barrel................................... .... .. ...50
Exports, pints, ten dozen in barrel.. .........................$9.00
It will be necessary for consumers or parties orderitng to state that theibeer is for
private consumption. ,We offer special rates for these &'ipments. 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 Palmet.#to Brewing Company, Charleston, S, C.
THOS. S. ROGAN,
CIilla., Glass8war, Litlips, llllp 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.
Big Bargains Always on the 5c. and 10c.
Opera House, Opposite Court House, Sumter, S. C.
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. Con
sidering- this fact, we confidentially hope for your trade.
All the stores in Manning now have or will have them
Alcolu Knitting Mills,
Alolu, S. C.
Su11cribeat The Lanning Times, $1.50 per Year.