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I'lLISHFs AT.ALL COUNTY AND TOW
OFFICLI AD Eril.-EMdENI
3 A "NN I NG , S . C.:
WEDNESAY C, , 144.
PRM'EIL T'i.:L THE-- TA".E
to", I t
34cr . T ;4 I:. ; %%: .;I(: I, F I
T ,00 yC. e ee o!e .ol .
thei 44? 4 -1 ofl t t s- 'N4
shw n i . i h h M tw't ;.. : ! a i ~ r ,
fered ini tis . th e 25 p r:!b.t
11ip e i l ar4 t e. pvi14( (4 4 . 4(.i 1wul
V.d-Wt. S', ;Ib-: no0 th at :5 1 :
per !d by thb bWt A\ ;arg ir ic (if cup,
cloth 1 1 yar' wit e :01hutlt- at (nl4
tc per yard. The rct ;T i..v:t :e .if ol
dress goos vc"' onfertd in this town at
6p. and c er ine w:: a hn :o
'want a nite, chea uir f (otLes. we C.
dease von We have tharei in stock rap
c3.00 up to $12 50. Our all-wool ssts w,
offer at $6 25 the world can't bea~t for thi
0onev we ask for the. e lso havei
large lie of gente, nudersbirts very cheap
rangirg in price frow 2.3c up to SL.Ut
dery good coffee at 15c per lb. Fresh at
fakes at Sc per lb or G ls, for 25e. Th
best Rsf-raisiz~g flour at 15c per large pack
age. 1 lb bar good scap for eS, werth 10c
Large 3 t can to'toes, be or L tir.
lb can peaches 13c can.
Yours tr trly.
WV. E. .lcukion.
The Manning Guards will be in
Rev. S. A. Nettles, ot Newvberry, iE
on a visit to his relatives in Mannin"n
The oethoist congregation il
bave services in the Institute hal
The town tax books are now ope
for the collection of taxes. Remem
ber the limit is November the 15thi
Mr. Meyer Levi and bride, mar
ried last Wednesday in Wash ingtor
and are here visiting their parents.
There willn bG a hot supper a
Rac.sville next Frdy night for th
purpose of raising money to paint thg
new Methodist church at that place
Manaers of the general electio
should bear in mind that one from
each board must come for the boxe
on Saturday 31st to receive instruc
tions and ae sworn in.
f We direct the attention of th
readers of this paper to the very' at.
tractive advertisement of the Sumte
Dry Goods Company, of Sumter
This comparatively new firm is corn
ingp into promien e with rapi
Strides. It is compose of smar
young men who know how to treal
yoa cleverly besides. They seen
seteru ed to silence all grumbler
eah Mor Jut R.m Biford wihe boe
onCatinav Br1sforceive nstu
We lfodr e bfoe eo lai th
restdhs ofcharisnpe daugther Mit
tactiv sunydrisositof thde foruht
This compa rougveyout eri com
inito rm.ne ihrp
stries.f Ite isacompstcent smai
yove cevery besialdes.o Te cseen
ie d nFutn, Fonday Oectiobea
5thdMr. JMriaGR. Brainsfor, wif o:
Capn f fM. writsfohr. whe hnd
wofion w a haiy aid oton Capt
Bragisod it wee bore tfhe ladtc
aret hscharmingt daughtrMis nt
popmr wHnteher c aumightmanners
agndgun dissiton'ede thc ben
The oteii trugou h abomn
OHe wof thede saeacciens wro
bae evocr buteneaied hisponschrou
iesui e ied wiheastion s
thrtdy. Mte. Gu decsoe, a oun
end ee of ta family wihohrwsinlet
aGreni which'Tmvti ome gtto bagri (
Qug it. e agxctement woecaion
and raheuda outg trhis cogureta
ofm then oloe Bapiser caough in th
foraime and iscihage ah bguno
Themclntents onered oher. abdmen
caled the readerd roguelesafro
thie. he bureet aid his oscious
roesni e adicaedw out aofuti
pulie and cor Dcdrn; hi but th<
decon metber of hian fandl klled
th arsnt adawythyw.tt
Getr Tspvhe siteseatmerudit o
their lameaions, and wreat ithn
age whe toeyplsaw thnern scpre<
beie batee me nt ewsas oasio
edwasset theirayamn the ci ongrega
ofp the colorch. Bats nubrchand
peratie itrbes aidtha areste row
ad toeac oie itsdal ee fasse
sopiengthe rneac ofther SabThisdl
thled lock-pece ou n
robe st ade iname dwnot fo cutE
pruitto solreDanDc, bles sl hut te
dcon std o kn erisa and cluedve
cthes parsor ano awy heyrd wet toa
gethe. Thesistrs . ecam loud i.
ti. lamtettnis.i andwtild witly
rage. when tlhe sawctr sheher('41
~dnilforthe' belev that thisdaleo op t
was. set tholtei byr thenlevi to "brea
pece v142 distder ere e arstd ani5
dradft ut'd upofeitg toskee4pt fo
spedwinthe rest eofrthi Sabba tit
toht onk- teup. r Kns ~ ix
Thel best iav two he worl cur ent
caursples' totrf ayeie. It is guarIs'. '
anteed tlg',v prc saihsftactn or( nwn4
refoh nd Price 215. pre ri bo.Fotle tb1
Il. as dbyru otor sh hI-glad i co.4)
her, bu two b4ottle Dr.n King~ ' ill ris- t
trvery~ roeely. credt h''er. :'dhsas ild
save e r life.4 ' .\4Ir. Thos. Eggera , 1: I
dreadfnl4 cold,''4' approjeig consumption,
atried. 4. w ito t resul try t i le ther
cover 4 and two wek wasiiL cure l,
na .trCid thnk. It4 i c ofucheus fu
wh)ich these re sample s, that prv~e'li thp
wonderful~ it iacy ofiit thes mediFefin
nt 4' ot:tR . Loryea's drugstoreRguasi 5,
Onr rea n mat m crowt'm mtt
w by v t x o n:. in late.
r t to h-arn f ati *.tr lnr
N t1 :It - r- m1 ii4ltw so si r. Samn t
of t i ii i
- 1 1i: . As aal, C tlnel
11 i t Ti 4 t:! r ot T i r.
L ' 11)tr .-)r :~.'~ o i t l Cr ;-ef i
i to e to io ing fl. Ih .-1b
-r neaiPa ila ave .- er h
t b- t Ao brsand wil"- anlAI,(n
ae : Ji.thr t hit- srtor
ieiticrtlv swipt over lorida. NV
ne. hope the ittndn e will ie large
tnJ tfti patronage liberal. for the canse is
S't (1; . wtt
1. '1 sRbBL -D WIT.I inEMATISM
An:.olis, Md., Aprni , r 1i I have
used1 Chitobirlaini's Vain lkU ini tor rh-n
i -iatisni ant tound it to e al that is Cloii
ed for it. I b woieve mt V) b" the bet nit(pi
raition tor rli itisn i to %1 and ko adt-l
nI 'iscular tens on the uarket :ib- cter
full- reonuivheth it to te wl-li. JohN G.
BROOKs. daior in boots, shoes, (te., No. is
ALS READ THIS.
SMeehanicsvile, St. Mary 1 M,1 1 I. -
sold a bottle of han !rl:Pain's imai Balmn
atis and found th toberall with ein
matis for sevral yeli -.e . It itet pir! a
well an. A. J. Me it. r sal at et
.rRts pr bottli bos R. h. Loea, eo. Iru
TUTE HONOR ROLL.
Lizzie Wells, 93A4.
Paul Alderman, 92.
Mar-in Strange, 91:8
Paul Tisdele, 91:2.
Pet Wilson, 95.
Katie Plowden, 95. I
Gertrude Webber, 90:7.
Mlay Bradizar, 915.r
Maitie Appelt, 91 :6.
NEURALGIA AN9D NERVOUS PROS
Charleston, S. C., Sept. 2. have
been taking Ifood's- Sarsapairilla for the
past three years wheni I tet!cded q1uch1
medicine, and I can aaflly say that it
tbP best Medcine for the blood, that ha.
ever been used. I sufftredI with neuiralgiim
and nervous prostration bt lood's Sar
sapitilla has enbirbly cured 'e." itt L.
H. Brght. IS Water S.
Hood's Pills tire easy to tiL1t, easyV to
I~xati'Ar~ts2m) SqUADrotN (Xtv.rmc, j
Carleston., S. C., Oct 19, 1 a.ve
Membier-, of cm;r6ii-ir ie A and~ 1' of the.
72ndI Squadtron of Cavalry are here-by 4,r
dereil to parade at Paola on Fridiv. the
3et day of October. for insection nd re
view by the Adjbtant and Insoetor
Themesf compandnie off e nrt~the
the Squadron uon Cavalr arrecnta yuitor
' 30hady ofltoer, fnorispet and e
vi-e thy thei Aditalt and Irnsoector
oThen cofmmaninpcg officer.ngat1a
Thf inoe nwit uniformsatd prnid
m2ihtary- trpig o terhre a-a fe
. A. red that Chiohliely appearancetg and
accute oril chilrertwn asie t hasn
watch for tpaist ent years th ihesen
com ius ofe a ioa the inspecting oflicer
he line wi!! lie formhatpromptly':d
Adjn ':1 i~tant.he.r' l
If yur hilden re sbje ti cronp
watch for the firt. sypom ofli lhe dit.
haiIrSns I Chamberlais :ioniih 1b-m
hotarte ofDitow re of'tn. :urtak. &:e
thisreedy. It riSi als inaluatle toecs
and whosepig ain h Ftore by R.
Niei otc toCeio .
J1. I. Erm:.s, or
~uatnrtort 04. Qnalified ExCemors.
Su meto . .- .1 . I
Thes D~arlingtont. Wi-:.. .Jiarna 111 ySs --di
totrially of a ipopular pattunt.iedie in. ' W -
know\ fromt ,-ni..r.-e thtr ChamiwItrhun
Colie. ChomL 1 and Diirrho.:a 1:emedy i. all
tat is ehdmed olir it, as ton t wi ia.0os
it sttlpped .-xrniinti" j pins tnd possily
saved1 us fromt an uinilelV grave. W
would not ret4 eat5v over night without it
in the house. T iiis remed~y uindoutdly
saves m~ore yni and suiferinig than any
other medicine. in thie world. Every faimly
should keep in the htitse, for it is sure to
be needed sooner or later. For sale byv R.
B. Loryea, the druggist.
.Just received, a large lot otf cotton hat
ting for making quilts, at W. E. Jen Isin
son's, at 10c per yard.
Pearl onion sets for sale by R. 3R L.or'iea. I
Winter Rye seed for sale by It. 31. Lor
yea, the druggist.
.Jnst received, peari onion es- no0W iS
the time to plant them. RI. It. Loryea, the
Golden machine oil is t- best, for gir.s
and mills,for sale by Rt. B Loryea,th,.: drug
Garrows' pure, hlome made candibs for
sale lby R. B. Loryca. Try them~i thiv are
ebeap and liei':is.
Rled Rooster" smioking and (-hlwIng to
bacco,5c a twist, at Brockinton's.
Preserve your 'yec.; bny a pair of slie.
taclsio els- fromR. U Loryea, the
Syrup of Rlock Candy. Hf'iebonnd and
-Toln is th. best for coughs a.nd colds, :lle.
a bottle. R. I. Loryea, the druggist.
How abon t that pair of spetacles yon areI
needing sit bad ? Nowt is your timeC tio getI
them at Brehmton's.
Thonms & Itradhiam are goinrg to liut
every farmer in the count v in a poisitiorj toi
buy a wagon aind a hii. iy. Thiey haiv jnst it
rieeivedt a c'ar Itoad i-f both.i
State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon
lUy Louis Appe-lt, FEsquire, Probate JTudge.
THERASW. J. SNYDER
made Esu, To mue to giant hint
letters of admtin istrat ion of the
estate of andl effects oif Califotrnia .
'fThese are therefore to sight aind
admnonish all and singiular' the kin
dred and creditors of thte said (al
iforn in E. Snydcr,deceased. that they'
be antd alpear, before me, ini the
Court of Probiate, to bte held at Man-w
niing, on the 2!D th day ot Ocetober-.neixt,
after plieti on~tit hare-of, at 11 o'cloc(kt
ini thet forenIOOn, to show caiuse, ift
any the-v have. wvin the said adin- <ii
itort should tot bie granted.
-(iven uinder my htand this 21st. day
of October, A. 1). 1wiu.
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 bcst is just as positively de
cided in favor of Jlood's Sarsaparilla. as the
question of comparative sales. Remember,
Is the One True Blond PurifIer. All druigists. 51.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co.. Lowell, 'IaSs.
-'ire liver Ills; easy to
Hood's Pills take,easytooperate. 25.
JUST A 10MENT
I oilV w-ant to say that I have
Ve.'i VCt fI ull line of satiorev, in
ludling soile nice box paper and. el
'lopes also. Just lisen!
Peucil pads, 150 sheets, 4".
Note paper, good quality, 5c.
Letter paper good qulity, 10c.
Legal cap, good quality, 10e.
]kN paper anLd (vlvHo)es., 10, 15,
Slates, 5c; slato pencils, 2 and 5c.
Lead pencils 10c per <doz.
Pens, 5( per doz.
Envelopes, 3, 4, and 5e. per pkg.
Pius, 8e paper.
Need!es, 2c paper.
Fancy candies, crackers, snow
akes, Col. iiver salmon, genuine
rench sardines, American sardines,
reli bologna, best No. 1 haus, pure
>utter, 2.c, lumnip starch, 5c, soaps,
ye, soda, loaded shells, empty shells.
,un wads, gun caips, gun primers, tin
are, lanterns, eigars, tobacco, black
ug, hair brushies, shoe brushes, and
lemiember that I handle first-class
hoes and dry goods, and will not be
odersold. Call o1 me.
J. H. LESESNE.
THE OJCKER & BULTMAN CO,,
SU'TIl. S. C
Wb[I l IN
*.v r in1n1 the~ dtancefl'4. i4.1. on~ tri p
our o1ders. Either wa te srviewl
e pron 141, '1 the ainea day, v1l rfn
f.4 nt right, n1o c,i'5rg f r draya:.. orpak
STYLISII D)RESS GOOD)S.
Trh: un'. to m.atc.'.
.4 Mba . b w-.:,:d: .
A v 4! . rv-,. 7:-c.
i4 - .< . . .t. ' t L r b e i m n
( ~. .tre.M o . im'?
-1 0 1 ..1 .1 a.n..4 18 p r b
1'chere 1. 1.kits fa3 ': 7511 h . 1.i l i ts.
ge xr stor 4 nackere 1 l. kit 4 1 254A
4d '.. Tuc14ri', a e ka t
re "t chs.240 lb , 11e u t 8. l.for .
5:1 x1x x ereat cheese, .1e per . 101 wile
t-d nIod i.'d apricot''s, b appls, t pea ran
lenccsl. ew cane rits and veg.etals.
W.Eial ri by cas of4 O doz. 11 car . 1l2.
4o seedo~. ''ed rtye whr'' "eat antar
ev. x'Ia~: ). 4. \r 14. 114
Ti'E'41il'"4. 4 ~4ie C'8 Dlb l1& B'LT r A $C .
N O T XCe1U 1e."'14214iC E4b~shie
'fl U'RDO liLUMN C,
STAT OF SOUrTHlo COLnyt
Ai .'4teo 1 :4,...44 44 .e (4 -nert l A -4 o
--''1 ap roe.' -,i'reb 1 1n 01 116, toir
n r ' 11 .1r .m t C (un 1y, at 4th genera
.;1.4,1,41b hod1 on1 th the~ 34rd day~
41 Noveer.' 14'. fo r the puri'pose"4 ot sub-4
uit1ig t. th1. peo4p44 the 14 '.i 441n of .Ja'o
14(.1a1. Now4. ,'.threore we th Comi
n isners of4 4. ion4 d: instru1t1th 11. an
.i .4.tionf for .State and. co'4"nty5 1nie..rs to
r int Iln l ".Jau" and)4 1the. said4 man1-4
4--r 1141 :.ke. a s 4.ran tabu42lation1 of
he .44. 4.4te on l 4 t qu s : of "Ja! or 110 Jai.".
I h .-e votin in *,avor44 4of 1hail ing: a new'O
a wig ani aticketw 'th i '-'wr.1,: ".Jail,
of' a4 w-w 15 wil'l vo4te' a tik't with11 the
in 1 th..414u'est in refer.>d.1 to, mu)4st be ire.
hu '1 t'o 4retirn'". r .. ade,14 for1 the electioni
A L(>N/U SM ITH.
Col-nis'emors :tate Election.
WEF A"Z:. u '.N M AI U'; HIGHl
It tak . m tin Sr. a1:1,1 lory t :r
lie big hn tit it )w i l on! ior %MIr
'efi!. L to th" erash of those f:dl
rng r. . : thte b i of wir
.. Ie ilat tie b -r ..: sutpr-CY
ash. L. -:nemb r :1-a. t-- hit --un t is ig
ired e- v dia., not ontc bat at all tiiuus.
We o: - ou A linle of dr 001.s k ds un
qualet .or the omony . .Caiti-eres ald
orstedi from 7A to $1.25 per yarl. Jac
1nar\'s cloth, 28 inches wide, a!l wool,
10 and 60c per yard. Mohair brilhiantine,
X inches wide, reversible, 35, 40 and 50c
er Nard. Serge, all woo', 44 inches wide,
p0e. trge, 36 inches wide, 25, 30 and 40c
er yail. Henrietta, 44 inches wide. 50
uid GUe per yard. A ~cautiful lot of novelty
;oods in plaids ana lrocades. Beautiful
atternri-, only 12 l-2c i-er vari and so on.
ient's and yuritls clothing from $2 5-f per
nit up. A hanidsomett line if buggy robes,
>ain and fancy at S.75 to $5. Lunps at
J1 prices, complet d from 2;Jc to $1.50. A
ice :.Ile f fIancy grorrs always on
iauid. A wi-il assort-d lI:- coilecte 1M
very department. A boo ti tha wili hold.
Our present, bargain sale is a ioted, sub
tantial, permanent scecess. Come ir and
e greatly benefited by it.
S. A. RIGBY.
M\anniing, S. C.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROL!NA.
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
OURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Moses Levi, Plaintiff,
Carolina Johnson, Eliza Johnson,
Und William Junius Johnson, De
udgmt(it for Foreclosure and Sale.
Under and by Virtue of a Judg
uent order of the Court of Common
'leas, in the above stated action, to
ne directed, bearing date June 4th
81), I will sell at public auction to
he highest bidder, for cash at Clar
u(on1 Court House, at Manning, in
taid county, within the legal hours
or judicial sales, on Monday, the
:nd day of -November 1896, being
alesda, the follow ing dlescribed real
All that piece, parcel or tract of
and lying, being and situate in Clar
udon~ County, in the State aforesaid,
~ontaining seventy-five acres, more
r less. and bounded and butting as
allows, to wit: North, East 'and
Vest lby laods of the Estate of Mrs.
lart ha M. Da is,'and South bylfandsy
f saidl Isaac Johnson. The said tract
> land be'ing the same conveyed tol
e (Isaae .Johnsoin lby Deed of Mrs.
Iarthia M. D)avis. dated January
1th 18$1, and( recordled in the office
if the Register of Mesne Conveyance,
or Clarendlon County, in Book, "B.
." Pages 401 and 402.and for further
eferen&ce as ti bioundries see ptlat of
irme dr-awn by .Jarnes C. Burgess, 1).
- and dated Novembiler 21thi 1872.
Putrchiaser to pay for pap~ers.
D). ,J. BRADHAMt.
Sireriff (Clarendon County.
Mnn iing, S. C. Ot tober 7. 18).
U. C. L ESLIE
CoMIMIssION D;A LE:R IN
:ish Packed for Courr Orders a Specialty
e ebihatges fir pim-l:inrg. 5,-nil for price
st t'ins,..r:mien-t-i of ,,ntiy rirru.ie are
.ti s Ni--. I art.1 2 Fih Market.
)ili c,N Ns. 18~ and 20 Market st,
(tast of Day. . . . .
CIIAR LI>NTON, M. C.
Che Best Goods
at the Lowest Prices !
Is now prepatctd to dispilay the hand- -
orest line of
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing,
Hats. Shoes, FurnishingI
Good s. etc.
'at has ever lie-in offevried in Manning at
iriees that are miarvelious.
(Our stoeh has bee~n c-arefully seleeted by
nf expi-rieed buye-r fromt the leading
oithri inarkets andi cannot be excelled
Style. Quality and Price.
e dtefy comipe.titiot !
Our priees speak for the-mselves !
Our Clothing Department
sreplette u; ith the latest antd most fashtion
be dtesigns arnd we can pleaise every taoste.
We have the largest stock of.
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
ver shown and in anty <j nity and price.
We have a complete line of
Gents' Furnishing Goods
nl the latest nocvelties in Neckw.ealr and
suprb htne of IHosiery ini all styvles and
Our Millinery Department
u n-hr the directin ot f Mrs. H.- D. RtiffI
nt exerincedl .ai skiflitul milliner whose
artistic tatsti is I it toi 1 b e n to lie tip
ri i-ate. Lidiestei ang their orders for
mats tart fteel Inliy assuredi c-f obtaining the
t-si anti mn st fashionabl te hteadgear.
.A eall is solicited and sattisfaction gular
EI. TD ]~TFF,
The Bee Hive Storc.
Duri the tlast forLy days our
sales ;.iv i.b.en so great that
nur ir::;se Fall sto)ctk has been
alm11ost vetW 4 :z-LY :nd1 .we have
been e.?:ll.! Li p birge
orders wi i .I: Y!I*r
oidlers :0; iist:o of I ht: vearI
we ha 1J the' vpotnt (f clo.+
ingt so;:.,1t- (i f Los a r:
lv re d z - l prices an-" k:''
we secure : i -:
sell it as :
our custe: r., the a..
our* b- UY \I I J
from t:.t: to htv anil w1
week i1 nothing but a
iuass rt-do ', anxious and wait
11g c( wrs, and iay of our
Dry Goods I
Quilt patch clicos, colors war
ranted to stand, 40 yds for only
$1.00. Shirting print calicos,
only 4e per yd, worth 5c, colors
warranted. Heavy yard-wide
Sea Island homespun, only 5 1-2
cents per yard, worth 7c, The
best dress ginghams at 5c per
yard, worth 7c on any market.
A large line of cassimeres for
men's and boys' clothi ngat 20c
that has never been sold in this
town before for less than 30c per
yard. Bed ticking at 6 1-4c per
Gents', Youths' and
In this line of goods we have
some astonishing bargains. Call
and see our $3.00, $4.00, $4.50,
$5.00 and $G.00 men's suits.
Children's knee suits from 65c
up. Gents, when you want un
Our Shoe D
Is full of the most staple goods
that could be found in the mar
ket, and those who want good
Once again we wish to call the
attention of our lady friends to
the fact that we have the largest
and best equipped millinery de
partment ever opened in Man
We have put in a large lot of
the world-renowned New Home
sewing machines and we make
this unprecedented offer, that we
wll sell you a first-class $36.00
maebine for only $20.00 for the
spot cash right down. Ladies,
The last but not least, for in this
line of goods we carry nothing
but the best we can buy. Oat
flakes 5c per lb or 6 lbs for 25c.
The best apple vinegar at 25c
per gallon. Engine oil at 30c
It is stylisi
S cost of manuf.
than any shoe
/ ~ The
We makec *
aso $2.50 :..J
$2 shoes for
$200 ad $1.75
FOR SALE BY E. C. HO]
Notice to Creditors.
Persons br~ving claims against tbe estate
Jmjes E. D~avis, deceased. will present
m duly attested and those owing said
ate w;ill make payment to
W. C. DAVIS,
Maining. S. C., Sept. 30, 189G.
[ will sell at the late residence of C. RI.
vod, deceased,. near Fulton, S. C., at pub
cauction to the highest bidder, for cash,
nMonday 2n d day of November 189G, the
llowing goiods belonging to the estate of
IR. Boyd, deceasedl:
One lut of household furniture; one
nre; one lot of silver ware etc.
A. D. RHiAME,
Silver, P. ')., S. C., Oct. 14, 1891G.
Notice to Creditors.
a ll Per-onis having claimus against the
state of Norwod A. Ihall, ideceased, will
reset themi duly~ attested and those owinlg
aid estate will make payment to
En~tI Gi. IIALL,
Ad ministratri x.
M\anning., S. C., Oc.t. 141, 18913.
AND EYE CLASSES I
R. B. LORYEA,
Has the exclusive sale of
ELLAM & MOORE'S - -
C: RYSTAL LENSES
pectacles and Eye Blasses,
We have a coimplete stock of t
in goods, and take special care
tting the eye avd guarantee satis
ction. Rememiber, we make no
barge for testing your eyes and fit
Our priices are moderate, but don't
rget, if you want prescriptions ac
rately compounded from pure and
resh medicines, always go to
Rt. B. LORYEA,
friendls l.:ve u;ketl us the qo
tion, "How do yot attract such
crowds iiito your store ?" and
ouI as:w(r to them iz, by stick
in 2 to th tern:il rules of quick
sales an.I -inall profits for the
(-TSh oly, anl puIt i ti the :Oe
v;l.w upon te-vt *erv man's dollar,
t h rit- :l tL poor all tr: o ed
: 3 b followers plat*y
-r .:- .1 tuneC upoln some
is nes of
gve you a
of the goods
- e have not the
e to do so, but
owe to our store
'Jw you hargaills
p-r cent. wool, at
20t. . . well worth 30c.
Red. -'-wool tlaunel, at 12 1-2c
per yd, worth 20e. Heavy drill
Canton flannel at 6 1-4c, never
has been known to sell before
for less than So. Large line of
comforts at 75c each, well worth
$1.00 anywhere. The best line
of gray mixed blankets you ever
saw at $1.25, well woith $1.50.
When you want fine dress goods
and all kinds of trimmings to
match, give us a call.
dershirts for the winter, don't
buy until you see our live. We
have some bargains that you
cannot afford to miss at 25c, Oe,
75c and $1.00 each. The best
white unlaundered shirt on earth
for the money, only 25c each.
shoes for small money will do
well to give us a call.
ning. We keep two milliners
busy all the time and at times
it is impossible for them to fill
the demand for trimmed hats.
when you want a first-class sew
ing machine for small money,
give me a call. We also have a
couple of Philadelphia Singer
machines on hand at greatly re
per gallon. Sewing machine oil
at 5c per bottle. When you
want some of the best and cheap
est plug tobacco you ever saw,
be sure to give us a call.
L EI THE W'PLD.
idruk and perfect-bt'n 'qualities
essary to mnake finisedshe The
ctu ing allows a smaller profit to dealers
sold at $3.00.
Jas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are the
sof skilled workme, from thle best
possible to put into shoes sold at these
"Belmont" and "Pointed
~" (shown in cuts) will be
leaders this seasn but any
ther style desired may be
obtained from our agents.
We useO only the beet Calf, Eussia Calf
Enamel, vicl Kid, etc graded to corre
spond with prices of ihe shoes.
If dealer cannot supply you, write
jW. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mas.
RTON, Manning, S. C.
CoINTY TREAsURR's OFFICE,?)
Manning, S. C., Sept. 21, 1896.
The tax books will be open for the
ollection of taxes for the fiscal year
3mmencing January 1st, 1896, and
~or the months of November and De
ember 1895, on the 15th day of Octo
ber, 1896, and will remain open until
the 31st day of December, following,
ifter which time a penalty of 15 per
sent. attaches to all unpaid taxes.
The following is the tax levy:
For State purposes, four and a
talf (4+) mills.
For School Tax, three (3) mills.
For Ordinary County Tax, three
and one fourth (3+) mills.
Special two (2) mills, School Tax,
School District No. "19."
Special four (4) mills, School Tax,
School District No. "7."
Special two (2) mills, School Tax,
School District No. "'20."
Every male citizen between the
ages of twenty-one and sixty years,
except those incapable of earning a
support from being maimed or from
otherecauses, and except those who
are now exempt by law, shall be
leemned taxable polls.
The law requires that commuta
tion road tax shall be paid for the
succeeding year when State and
ounty Taxes are paid.
S. JT. BOWMAN,
Treasurer Clarendon County.
.: , of the town council
>~er 7th, 1896, it was de
m . y a tax of twenty cents
.a i a - d dollars on all real and
. -s a .. rty within the cor
om--la ,of the town of Manning,
Si uutation tax of two dollars
n *u p..rsons not exempt by
a a . w . - idents of the town.
i-I k, wii be open on the 10th
i.in, ')i o-h and close November
Clerk of Council.
Ripa~ T Ldes.
Ripans . .,ules cure liver troubles.
Ripans Tabules cure flatulence.
Ripana Tabules cure headache.
Unans Tahule assist dIgestion.
lE ARE READYr
Is Now Complete
Our Fall t0i Every Department
Aid buyers will do themselves an injustice, if they fatil to see us before making
tbeir uinter purcha-es. It is impossible to do justice in the limited space al
lo.vedl us, to the different lepartuient; of onr storr, arl we feel that w. are
w.-Il enongh known in the territory tribta;Lrv to Sn1or. n-t to require us to
vtIter into a detailed description of it. Oar iananal v increasing business has
warranted us in buying
The Largest Stock We Have Ever Bough?
And should we be so fortunate as to enjiy as liberal a patronage from our
filends this season as we have in the past we wi!! have no reason to regret our
Our buyer paid particular
attention to the purchase of Hosiery,
Having bought in all nearly 10.000 PaZd
In which there are some excellent values.
We would call particular attention to one case, 750 pairs, of Misses' Narrow
Ribbed, full regular made, at 10c per pair.
These are regular 15c to 20c goods.
One oase, 900 pairs, of Boys' extra long and very heavy woven seam, at 15e per
pair. These goods retail everywhere at 25c.
One case, 1200 pairs, Ladies' fast black, full regular made, at 10c per pair.
These goods must be seen to be appreciated.
OUR DRY GOODS STOCK
Is Complete in Every Department.
Our line of Dress Goods at 25c per yard in all-wool fabrics, are worthy of
special mention. Will be pleased to send samples on application.
3B'EsA ZQ . S.
Those who were fortunate enough to secure a pair of our ;elebrated all-wool
Tarheel's last year will bear testimony as to their worth, but they are better
made this season, and our large contract for them warrats us in selling them
at $3.9Q per pair.
If these are too dear we wAl sell you a pair from 45c up.
Well we have a few of them, about 1,000 we should say, and the lady who buys
without seeing our stock will have cause to regret it, for she will pay more mon
ey. We can sell a good Beaver Cloth in black or navy, neatly trimmed in fur
and braid for One Dollar-goods that sold last season from $2.00 to $2.50.
Our stock in this line is better than ever. We carry no shoddy shoes. Every
pair is warranted solid or money refunded.
Judging from the way our tables are piled we must expect to do some business
in this line.......If your boy wants a suit we have them from 65c tip.......If
your husband wants a suit we have them from $2.00 up.......Our all-wool
black Cheviot at $4 50 cannot be duplicated for less than $.50.
This is the line we have made our reputation on, and we are bound to sustain
it. Our competitors may advertise sample hats and Job Lots, but shrewd buy
ers who want the best goods for the least money seek us.
We will say nothing about our GROCERY STOCK-they are so cheap they are
not worth advertising space. Every man, woman and child in Clarendon
County will need something for the winter, and we extend to all an invitation
to come and see us. Our salesmen will take pleasure in showing you through
our stock, and if they cannot sell you, they will make it very interesting for
those who do.
SIDONNELL & Co.,
DRY GOODS C0
To Our Friends in Clarendon County who
Intend Visiting Sumter this Season,
We Desire to Say that We are Better
Prepared than Ever to Give You all that
a Dollar can Possibly Buy:
Whether for the Purpose of Buying or not, Come
in, Get Posted on the Prices and Styles, Then
Suit Your Own Pleasure as to Whether You Will
Buy or Not.
Here are Some Irresistibles:
Ladies' Capes from 75c to $20.00.
Ladies' Jackets from $1.00 to $15.00.
Novelty Suit Patterns in beautiful effects from $3.75 to $10.00.
Rugs from 45c to $4.00.
Mattings from 10c to 30c.
Your choice from a job of Kid Gloves,
5 hooks, in six shades, all sizes, some worth $1.00 and $1.25, at 75c.
Waist Silks, in all of the beautiful Two-tone and Ombre
effects, from 25c up to $1.25 per yard.
Dress goods in every imaginable shade and
quality, from 9c up. We refer to wool, remember.
A stainless, seamless Hose for ladies and children at 10c.
The best 50c Corset in the market (R. & G.)
36-inch Sea Island, 4c.
36-inch Sea Island, 5c. 36 inch Sea Island, 6c.
36-inch nameless Bleach, 5c. 36 inch Fruit of the Loom, 7e.
10-4 Brown Sheeting, 12 1-2c. 10-4 Bleached Sheeting, 16 2-3c.
All-Wool Twill Red Flannel, 12 1-2c.
Extra good quality White Fl,%uel, 12 1-2c.
Linen Doilies from 25c per doz. up.
Table Damasks, full widths, from 20c per yard, up.
Mattings from 10c per yard up to the best.
Rugs, all kinds and qualities, from 45c up, for fireplace.
Carpets from 15c, 36 inches wide, up to the elegant things
in Wiltons, Moquets, Velvets and Axminsters.
We do Business by Business Methods and Our
"FAIR AND SQUARE" DEALING TO ALL.
Very truly yours,
The Sunmter' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Mainl and Liberty Sts.,
STTMTIR-- -- ---S.C.