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-LISIEES ALL C -NTY AND TOWN
O FFILCIALAD iTIE N .
MANNING, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10. 1;7.
STOP AND THINK:
Of the biargains thbat c::n ice secureu
at our store for the cash. Thc tashn
AS hVLIt We w" and we Lamne ,rie
for the cash IeCvon-li the reach of suc
The best seed Eaily Rose Potatoes
only 23c per peek. Onion sets, 15e
per qut. or 2 quts. for 25e. Gard.en
seeds of all kind. Call and sCe 1r!
stock of coffees before You by, -we
have coffee at 10e. per lb., 15, 16 and
20c per l'b. Sone of the best bar
gains in tobaccos evcr offered in this
town. No tariffi tobacco, at 23c per;
lb. Cock Robin plag tobacco, at 30c
per lb, caut be beat for the money.
Little Fred plug tobacco,40c per lb.,
is tie best piece of gools ever offered
for the money. Try little Fred and
you Will come again. Best evaporat
ed apples Se per lb. Fine fat mack
erel, large size, only 5e eacb. Cucum
ber pickles in bbls, one cent eaeb.
Ladies. we are oiening up a beau
tiful line of worsted dress goods for
early spring wear. Very cheap silk
and lace trimmings, come and see
W. E. JENKINSON.
SieLness has ag'n laid its hold on our
Solicitor Wilson went to Indiantown to
see his mother who is quite ill.
The rairoals are iing one fare rates
to Charleston during the naval show.
Mr. M. L. Sanls. of Sardinia. went to
Charleston last night to see the big war
The clerk of court's cdice is about the
busiest place in the court house at this
Rev. J. A. Homa-s, an evangenst, preach
ed an able sermon to the Presvteriau con
gregation last Sunday.
There is a prospect of two and possibly
four new briek stores being bailt in this
town in the near future.
If you would have a tine garden buy your
seed and 6nion sets at It. B. Loryea's.
Died lt Wedntsday, at her home, near
Spring Branch, Mrs. Ellen Francis, aged
about sixty-five years.
Die: i.st night, of pnen.ania, Tomie
Ryrol ds, agd abou: ten years, son of Mr.
Charles A. Raynolds.
The subscrib-rs of the Times have been
the rec-i pient of L nice lot of garden seed
fro .Congresman \eL inrin.
O.-d-rs are c nin.: in to the \ianning
bo;-:ery x.l o rap;i %7 that the p!ant is be
An;. aaeesed to aet the demnd.
v Iaternationa Stock Food, the best
powder for horses and cattle for sale by
R. B. L-ryca, the drnggist.
Ja-ige Da:rson has entered upon the dis
chargr of hi-. duties. and be makes quite
a dignitied looking d:spenser of jfestice.
Wood's tested garden seed for sale only
by Rt. B). Loryea, the druggist.
Mr. Walter Barron, of Yorkville, is
in Mannin~g visiting his brother, Col. B. 1P.
Barroni and his sister, Mrs. F. N. Wilson.
The legislature ha-s not a-i yet settled on a
finat day for ad.journment. The memblers
get foeur domuas per day and the people get
Dr. A Weinberg, of Camden. spent last
Sunday ini Manning on a visit to his pa.
rents. lIe says he is weil ideased - with his
The governor has not vet appointed the
to-wnship comum:ssioners for tais connty.
'The present members hold on until the
-new ones are appointed.
The activity in haufing fertiliers from
the de-pot continues without abatemnent and
judging from the qnantity our farmers
wili bury lots of money th:s season.
There wi:1 be services in the Baptist
church Sunday morning and evening, at
7:30. The pastor will devote one hall hour
tc the study of "'Conscience." Tne public
are invited to these services.
Garden seed, all varieties aut R. B.
Piease look at the date on the Iabl ofj
this pa::er, it will tell von whenyorsb
scription expired. It will also plead with
with you to come in and renew our pleas
ant relationship. We need money to carry
on. our business.
We saw two bachlors yesterday casting
envious eves upon two very pretty la ides
and neither of them had the nerve to ask
for the pleasure of accompanying themi,
and both wanted to. Th e hatd better wait
until next leap year.
Mr. .J. H. Hardy of New Zion has what,
he calls a nmal stone. He says that he
tested it with a bee st:ng and it cured it.
The stone was found in opening a deer
and he considers it a very valuable thing;
A colored maan'by the name of Jacob BD-I
lard dropped uead yesterday morning neair
the Piowden crossing on the Cential rail
ioad. Coroner idgeway held the inquest
and the jory found that he came to is
death from natnral causes. The decease-i
was a hard workinxg man and welIl thought
The naval contingent sent lythi gv
era ment to bloekadle Charleston uas ar
rived atter haiving passed through a t-trible
storm at sea, in which four men were ls
andI several injored. The railr.oads wil
sell one-fare tickets during the navad fes-z
va!, and fr om what we ea' hear there wvill
be a good many from Cla':endon to see the
Serious compiaint is being made at the
mischief going on at school entertainments.
At the Oak Grove school exhibition gi'.nn
some time last month, several parties wh'en
about to leave for home foundI the nuts
gone from their vehicies, the-ir traces eat,
stirnpo leath-rs carriedlaway, and other an-f
noying piec-s of mischi>: whie-. is car:
lated to injure the att-: .lance at thesc :-x
hicbitions. Thip. te omlmn no
no blame ta Mr Melon, tLe teachr, iat
they think te -~ micivu w'retcessa i
be caught nd handle wt a tel
Consider ble intee is being~ manifte
in Py'th-an cie~ At te httm-tm
of Donmon L a 'ge heb Feb.rar -cuh.
W. Rt Delgar w.as made ai Knight. Mr
M. Mims- an-d Emi're and R. M. Stranu
at Pg. I: (s d ' 1 to h cve a sp
on the ev~ning -f the 18: of Februarv.
The Graal C.ielo W\ . Henry Tu8aas
is e-xp-cte I to be preen n i~ to dliivrr an
aI:ir.-s: other ger ntlme will also r.-spou I
to variou-s t t.~ Al members~ of Damo
L fl'- an v*-.tm- Kniht are- invited to
to prst. The followin co itt-e h-as'
the affc'r ain eh- tr:U RIt bLaryea,
Q iite anf ai-sembyi- fro-u Vvro pc t-t of
the couty 'athered here yester-lay to at
ten.- imeiti ng of what iown as the
::i s'co 'poedientirel f lredu pep
Fe hera' a:'mi't'n whab mayr fuc all tou
this canai y ana- pol to aill th'eir lead
era mn th ' -a whc ist e aea
facen aft 'r the- ne-w administration takes
chargof h gvrnmenot. There are
s!eer' L r 'i w; 5 mt i he Manning
pos oti - as L hem, of ceirse, are1
*IThe valu of :sri iis app reeatt
maker ttr~bues a arge- part Of hissuces
to priter's ink. Utoomiiinda'e Brothers;
srnd over 100.V a yr i i
:I o it is ith at of the promn'nen' b i
:,. Theyi..i- l ibertwand they 1el -ni
WV. E. Jn'no.cmaaieyo:-a
M sai olsentue-retnts , h b'i::
abies seond( to nwne in th"!t..
by adivertising. liberally. atiol by sztoi
I: ;is &ive-rtsisem nts, over h i - e -unten r
WLn other merchants are Ljdingh
sve-s a fromi the pLub:e J nkln-t
* ones out and with inducements Iii
.-ta-tvint.' the nios of the peopl, an :-1
eve r on the look out to fdnd zznineme
1.r the people to visit Is store. 'It -
,n't of is public spirit aInd energy i
n11;ce-sette-r for others an i the publ.e is al
vIS posted. Rad Jenkinson's big alvter
tS:uent il this u aI keep in min-i
Ha miLtri-tnt Who is, not afraid to dis
p!av before the publiC his wares, has the
ncoiousness. of knowrig that he has tit
prierson his eompetOrs an,! he wanrts
the-u to knrow . At Jenkiuson's store ---y
it not see tie clvrit pnffing e garettes or
chewing tootco, but yoa do see themi bsy
wrapping up buudes for those who have
b-en attracted to his store by his dlaeut
,.ow of printer's ink.
i;UCKLEN'S Ai'N CA S.\LVE.
The best saLve in the worLd for ,
bruises, .C, hllev-. s:t: rhemn. fever
ores, tetter, el1pe an L c its,
coras and all skineru ption ar pti oly
cures pu1ies 'r 1n pa tvequ ral 1:s -
anteed to give plrfcct atisfation or mo' y
refLunded-. 2' -,. per box. Ior sale by
R. B. Loryra.
Headquparter- Innn Guanis,, i
Mlanning-, S. C., Feb. 2, 1697. i'
Etch memb' of the Glards is ht-reby
ordered to be an-I app-ar at their armorv
promptly at 4 o'clock. mi., on Saturday
the 13th, instant, for the-- purpose of re
organization, the two yvar cnlistment hav
ing expired. Every inio i-i urged to lay
all business asie ani give his attention to
the preservation of this needel organize
tion in our coawunity. By Order of
W . C. DAVIS,
W. W. JOHN-ON, Captamt.
SOMETHING TO DEPEND ON.
Mr. James Jones, of the (Iraig tirm of
Jones & Son. Cowden. Ill., in speaking of
Dr. King' New Discovery. says that last
winter his wife was attacked with La
Grippe, and her case grew so serions that
ohvsieolns at Cowdet and Pana coild do
nothinc for her. It seemed to decvelop in
to Hasty Consumption. Having Dr. Kings
New Discovery in store, and sellin, lots of
it, he took a bottle home, and to the sur
prise of all she began to get better from
tirst dose, and half dozen dollar bottles
cared her sound andl well. Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consuupttion, Conglis
and Colds is guaranteed to do this good
work. Trv it. Fr-e trial bottles at E. B.
Loryea's Drug Store.
Wanled the Fakir Arrested.
A falir has worked a gam in rMarning
for several lay-s lwhieb has giv-n I in a
censiderable amont of cazh o'iL of tLe
pockets of the inno:--nts who Jesire t get
rich faster thian their facu't.s for making
man-v wil Uallow.
The iellow rnnning this p u , iS as lack
aS a tar laint and hails fro:u ever-:wh.re(ex
cept Manning, anld whent he a be her h
will no donubt Latil from this town. The
racket is workedl with the ai of a "pa1
and we are informed that the sclume i
two tin clips with pieces of cork whch Ir,
manipulated in such a slick manner that
the cork is snatched away by the p:1 while
the principal is pretending to look off for
the moment. Then an offer ts made to
bet that the cork is under the curs and it
usually finds a hungry sucker anxious to
win soece money but always gets left.
Last Saturdlay an innocent yon fellow
got bit for two dollars and when he realized
himself ont. of p'ocket he became irnd~tignnt
:Ln. wvanited the "ta:nlbier airre-tedi. Whe.n
told that tie was egntally gniitiy it put an
other look on th:ngs. He- then wanted to
know what to dio about the thing. A
sympiathiztng friend advisrd him to go
straight home and get be-hind the barn,
send for the bigge~st nigger on the plaice
on the arrival of the nigger, request hira to
perform the best piece of kicking its long
as his strength perLiltte.1, theni Letire to
bed and say nothing more about the hap
petnings of the day. The last account we
had of the yotung man, was that he thonight
it a shame sech things as running a~greasy
pig gameiu we'e alloweid in Manning, and
Ite d:d not set- why the authorities do not
break it up. We wil venture to say, this
young fellow has had his brain expanded
to such an extent by his becent experiee
that he will never agin ru nyi tiagaintst
aniotier muan's game.
Old people who require medicine to reg
ulate the bowels and kidneys will find the
true. remedy in Electric Gitters. This
medicine does not stimulate and contains
no whiskey nor other intoxicant, but acts
its a tonic and alterative. It acts mildiv on
the- stomach and bowels, adding strength
aind giving tone to the orgains, thereby aid
ing Nature in the performance of the fune
tions. Electric Bitters is an excellent ap
petizer and aids dige-stion. Old people find
it jast exactly what they need. Price tifty
cents and S1.00 pcr bott~e at IR. 13. Loryea's
The State of Nev-ada has author
ized prize fights and ao the near
future Corbett and.Fitzsitmmons will
have a fistic contest. Th~e town of
Foreston uot wishing~ to lag behindI
in this world's progress had an im
promtu fistic carnival laist Saturday
night, not far from Judg'e J. E. Rtich
bcurg's tetmple of justice. The c-on
testants of this cccassion at-e to be
known as the Manning antd Greceley
vile dispensaries; they met e-achot her
full and fair and both strove e-arnestly
for the mastery, but Greel-yville? was
too much for Manning and thme latter
was knocked out in one rotund. Moratl:
Do not run up against Gr-eeleyville's
tirst X if you do, rest assure-d tha
your shape will be mnade on the
THREW AWAY 111s C.ANES.
M1r. D. Wi y, ox-pi. atr Black1
Creek, N. Y., wais so biadly ailot:-1 with
rhcumnatismL taat heO wAS only able to ho
ble aroundL wi-h cane-s, tand eve-n theni
c u'hm great pa'n. -After uin Cham
eran'slPa alll he was so imuc-h imi
prIoved to-it he thr--w aw- hi. can--. He
says~ thi-s lini .ent~ li-It .i iore -'oo than
ail oth r 'n-ic---s' ri. tr--'tmeunt putt t
-'--i. F lo: sale- at 5 c-nt-. per. bottle byv
. B. Lorytthedr- ist.'
When you comeh to LOwnt to tItn. court,
e-ai ot the Times-- of~ie- and r-:aw v"-nri
Onion sets at Rt. 1U. Lore-a's.
As H~e Tntem-stootl i
"'Weil, Tominie, I ittar you've got a
new baby at yor house."
"I suppose it's a red little chap, isn't
"No, it's a little yeller. "-Cleveland
O)ur pimp: a-.- growi ng :aror a nd miore
nithe h-tit oif lioki ig tin -__ -f__ r
hlatest :an 1 btst of e-v-rythint' in the.
IIw-iv.i ft iu tf.t itster-- of b id colS.
of satch att- r m w ine ivetis reme. ir a trial
and, you x-: wi - m-o-r- tha- n plad w-00 xitt the
Thm nam gongtop
very fare in to i n L-i h-vstont
rbcevya ar ..nd. of bt.Th:hvejt
ANOTHER VERSION OF THE INCIDENT
MADE FAMOUS BY WHITTIER.
It W:-s a Yotunger Woman Who Waved
IL lag at 1he Confeterates-Iow Bar
bara Came to ( t the Credit--The Char
acter and Htome of Larbara Freitchie.
It seen:s a pity to upset so pretty a
picture as the ene drawn by Whittier
of the aged Barbara Freitchie waving
the stars and stripes over the heads of
the rebel hosts as they marched through
Frederick, but truth coupels the state
ment that Baibara only displayed the
flag after the arrival of the Federal
troops, while a younger woman dared
the rebels, without, however, being
Barbara's maiden name was Haner,
and she was born .on Dec. 3, 176,
in Lancaster, Pa. Her family moved to
Frederick, Md., when she was a child,
and in 180G she married John Casper
Freitchie. One of her relatives now liv
ing in Frederick is authority for the
'Barbara was intensely patriotic,
and in September, 1862, when the
Union soldiers drove the rebels out of
Frederick, Barbara manifested her de
light by standing at her window with a
silk flag in her hand. Owing to her ad
vanced age (nearly 96) she attracted a
great deal of attention, both officers and
privates breaking ranks to shake her by
the hand. For three hours she continued
by the window, until, becoming exhaust
ed, she was persuaded to come in and
rest. Earlicr in the day a younger wo
man had waved a small Union flag
from a house in the same street while
the rebels were passing. She was not
fire . upon, however.
"In the excitement following on the
retreat of the rebels the two incidents
became blended together, and a resident
of the town, writing to Mrs. E. D. E. N.
Southworth, treated them as one. Mrs.
Southwcrth, feeling that she could not
do justice to the theme, wrote an ac
count of it to the poet Whittier, who,
stretching poet's license to the limit,
penned the well known verses entitled
'"Barbara's home was situated on
West Patrick street, on the east bank of
Carroll creek. Directly opposite was the
town spring, whose waters still bubble
up as refreshingly as they did through all
the years of our bitter strife. Whichever
party held Frederick was sure to be rep
resented by its soldiers at that spring.
There during hot summer days they
would lounge in the shade of Barbara's
stoop. If it were the boys in blue, she
was very gracious and would come dlown
and lend theni her tumblers or her dip
per and give them biscuits, but not so
the Confederates, whom she would drive
from hcr premises or order from her
portico with a majestic iction of her
cane, her great age protecting her frcm
insolence or harm.
"Barbara died on Dcc. 18, 1862, at
the age of 96 years and 15 days. She
was buried beside her husband in the
German Reformed church yard of6Fred
"In 1808 a flood did a great deal of
damage to property cu West Patrick
street, and Barbara's house was con
demned and torn down to widen Carroll
creek. T-e carpenter who razed the
house made canes of the balustrade and
sold them. One was sent to General
Grant as a souvenir.
"After Barbara's death there was a
sale of a portion of her furniture, and it
was my pleasure a few years since to see
a bedstead owned by her in an uphol
sterer's store. Old fashioned, severely
rlain and simple, I should have passed
it a hundred times without noticing it
had my attention not been called to it
by the storekeeper, who told me he had
purchased it from a Frederick dealer
upon a sworn affidavit as to its genu
ineness. The bed on which she died is
now owned and used by a great-great
nephew. Her sideboard is the property
of another nephew.
"The historic silk flag is in the pos
session of the niece who stood upon
that memorable occasion by Barbara's
side while the latter held it in her hand;
also among her priceless treasures this
same niec values a blue china coffee
pot, whieh was the property of Barbara,
and from which coffee was served to
General Washington when he visited
Frederick in 1791. Upon that occasion
Washington spent the night at Mrs.
Kimbal's hotel, where the City hotel
now stands, and Darbara Freitchie
brought her Liverpool china to grace
"Whittier painted truthfully when
"The clustered spires of Frederickr stand
Gree~n walled by the hills of 31aryland.
"Singularly enough, the churches
are all - grouped together within a
stone's throw of each other. Barbara
was a member of the German Reformed,
with Dr. Zacharias as pastor. A few
years after the war he was interviewed
by some admirers of Whittier's exqui
site lines. 'Ah, yes,' answered the doctor
tenderly, 'I was Barbara Freitchie's
pastor for nearly 30 years. I handed her
the cup and the bread. At our com
munion service she alwanys partook, as
had been her lifelong habit, standing,
and afterward was sure to shake hands
cordially with her paster.' "-Boston
Amecrican .3atters and Gibbon.
Gibbon carefully studied fe'r himself
the questions at issue In the American
war. From Irrael Mlauduit, the agent
of Massachusetts Bay, and from Govern
or Hiutchinson he gathered material for
formi~ an independe nt judgment. "I1
think,'' he says, "I hav sucked them
very dry, and if no confidence was
equal to my~ eloquenc e, and my elo
quence to my knowle?dge, perhaps I
might asae no very' int lerable speak
er."' It is curious to note~ in his letters
the apathy of parliameont on the subject.
"In this season and on America." he
writes in May, 1773, '"the Archangel
Gabriel would not be heard." ''His own
opinion was, on several points, adverse
to the policy of the government,
whicb, except en oneC ocas~in, lhe stead
ily supported. He was one of those in
dolent metn wh~o attach themiselves to
pclitical leaders rather than to political
principles. For Lord North lhe felt a
warm affection, and throughout voted
with him, sometimes against his better
His speech would probably have boon
silver, his silence was certainly golden.
In 1778 he vwas appointed a comissbon
er of trade and plantations, with a sal
arv of ?750 a year-. Fox believed that
he had been bribed by oflice and ex
pressed the belief in the lines:
Kir e George, in a fright
L-t (iib.n should write
The st ry 'f Englad's dis-grace,
Tougt no wa~y s.o sure
Ae to give the historian place.
Gibbon held the appointment till the
aboition of the office in 1782.-Niue
Red and wlatce onion sets for sale at R.
C'ome to the Times office and buy a
we.sters una:bridgedl dictionary cheap.
lied and white onion sets at Ri. B. Lor
Mr Editor: --
Please announce for me that I pro
pose cutting prices to their very low
est figure this spring on dry goods,
shoes and groceries.
I have bought my spring stock of
shoes, and they are now coming in.
I will have a beautiful line of ladies'
shoes, both in high quarter and ox
fords. A dark tan color, known as
'Ox blood" will be very popular this
I keep the very best groceries I
can buy in the way of heavy goods,
and also a nice line of fancy goods
like pickles, sauce,' peaches, dviled
ham, salmon, sardines, bologna,
canned beef, buckwheat, rolled oats,
condensed milk, crackers, candies
Full line of tobaceo; and best
Faruers' supplies are on hand at
If the people will patronize ine I
will keep constantly on hand Marjen
hoffs loaf bread, getting it fresh by
express two or three times a week.
Have it now.
J. H. LEsESNr.
Notice is hereby given that on the 11th
day of March 189)7. I will apply to the
Judge of Probate for Clarendon county for
a discharge as administrator of the estate
of Henry Desaussure Gardin, deceased.
THOMAS E. RICHARDSON,
Sumter, S. C., Feb. 10, 1897.
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WHoLZsALE ANiD RlETAIL
CoiMr11s~IoN DEALERl IN
Fish, Oysters, -o
Gamihe al Poultry.
Fish packe-i for country orders a special
ty. No charges for packing. Send for
list. Consignments of country produce are
respectfui~y so!!eited. Poultey, eggs, etc.
Stalk Nos. 1 and 2 Fish Mlarket. Office,
Nos. 18 and 2.) Market st., cast of any.
CIIARILESTON, S. C.
JoSEPHu 1. REAME. \t . C. DATIS
.17 T&1?XEYS A ' L A W,
MANNING, S. C.
JOHN S. WILSON,
Attorney and Coun.<elor at Law,
Three or four doses in lime wili stop
"Grippe" or kill a fresh cold. Price per
box 25 cents. Sold by
OFFICE COi NTY SUPE1VISOR.
CL.siEN.IoN CONTY I
Manning, S. C. Jan. 29h 189t.-The
County superviso' olice will be open on
Fridays anl surdayvs of each wee:k, for
the transaction of ofile buis ines. The
other days of toe week I w il! be out attenld
in g to roads amol bidges. -
C oun'ty Sn ervisor.
- Rice THillers
The o:;ly ii:ac~ine that in one operation
will cleatn, ll andI polish rongh rice-, put
ting it in merchantale condition, ready
for table use. EDIPLE AND EAST TO
CORN MILLS, SAW MILLS,
An a!l kinds. of Woo .W orking Ma
EIIiHCiie adIIl Boilers
On hand at Factory price.
COLUMDIA, S. .
J. L. Wilson,
TlE HOME MUTUAL FIRE PRO
OF S. C.
Protects froin Fire, Wind, and
Ripans Tabules cure headache.
Ripans Tabules cure constipation.
Ripans Tabules cure nausea.
I om Riasraeise cure dsea.
Are the Telegra ph System of the iody. extending
from the brain to every ilart of the system.
Nerves are fed by th- blood. and are. there
fore, like it - weak and tired J the
blood is thin, iale.,l impur -
Nerves are strong and steady. there is no
neuralgia. bram is unelouded-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 Putrifier. Al druggists. $1.
, eure aIll Liver Ills and
Hood's Pills sick ireadaihe. 2cents.
O1'R PRICES STILL THE
We were prepared last sea
son to meet any competition,
and we did meet and over
come all that was arrayed
against us. We still lay claim
to the merited distinction of
selling merchandise at as low
prices as any other house. It
has taken years of acquaint
ance with the Clarendon puli
lie to understand its needs and
We have a big lot of Dixie
Boy plows at $1.15. and
Georgia stocks at -5c. Trace
chains. swingletrees, clevesis,
lap rings. plow hoes of all
kinds and sizes. pitchforks.
shovels, spades. and every
thing needed to make a crop
at prices as cheap as they can
be sold for cash.
We have just ie ceived a car
of flour that we will sell low
for cash. Sugar, coffee. rice.
bacon and all other groceries.
stapie and fa y chea) for
S. A. RIGBY.
Has secured the agency' for .ining for
the le of the celbtedt
The latest improved medicated food for
eur'ng and preventing diseases in horses,
cattle. sheep, hogs, coit-, calves, latmbs andt
pigs. Insure~s health an-l rapid growth
for all yong .stock. Pec'tliar conibination
of med.c.a ingredients makes this a so
perior and perlfetly safe mtedicateci food
ior stock in gmowing, working. breeding,
fattening, milking, and diseased. Saves
gr-ain by causeing assimilition. Invigorates
the entire sytem. Cures anid prevents hog
eholera. atisfaction gnaraniteed. Pot up
in 23e and .t0c packages. Call arnd get a
pamphlet giving foil partienolars.
I ama also agent for
INTERNATIONAL WOR.\ POWDER,
INTERNATIONAL POULTRY FOOD,
SILvER PINE HEALING OIL.
R. B. LORYEA,
Ceo.S8,Hacker & Son
I- 8,88H LN 8
DOS, WSAHS BLNDS
WINDOW AND FANCY
REMEMBER THE PLACE:
Dr. W.\ il. E1rdwkirJn
UP-TO-DATE 08d0 STORE,
PrescripItion Woark Out' Speciaity.
Good Goods and~ Purt Good our Oi ott:
This Great Wonder of the Wnnder.
of the Age is to be
.Jeweiry. of the lest qu aility from: :;i to
petr cent . CheCapr thatn anyiwhere e&e.
PetroIluml Jetiv, samte as \aschune, imre,
for 5, 30 and 15e petr bottle for Coughs and
Colds. Cures in a short lime.
See his display.
Be sure and do not forget that there is
only a few miore tickets left wnich he gives
to eroe spending 50e in cash.
Bank of M ai n. n
Prempt and :..-veial. att ention giVen
to dlei.sitors rleiig out ( f town.
.i-l :s 'have promnpt atteu
Business hours fron 9 a. m. to
A. LETI, Cashier.
BoARD oF' rmrEcos.
1. Lrr S. A. R:ouv,
J. W. Wh'LnoD, W. E. Brows,
S. 21. N ExsEN, JsEPHf SPT'OTT
Last Sunday's turkey
servant ugly--the ancient
stove did its best-its old
enough to rest-what a
wood appetite it had! Ain't
you sorry that you did not
present your wife with a
v50T antriEp~er saver.
An intelligent rauge thaf~'
wont ruin anything unless
you let ii? The Home
Pride Range and
Cooking Stoves is
what you want. It
saves enough wood and
food to pay for itself in half
a year; winter is only half
gone, so come in and see the
SUMTER CHINA HALL,
THOS. S. ROGAN, Prop.
Opera House opposite court house.
WHEN YOU COME
- TO TOWN CALL AT
WhiVch is fitted up with an
eye to the comfort of his
customers. . . . . .
IN ALL STYLES,
S H AV IN G AND
S H AMPO OING
Der~ neatness and
A cordm ivtto
A. B. GALLOWAY.
COME TO THE
We are selling off our winter
stock cheap to make room for spring
We have also a lot of COMFORTS
which we are selling at 73c, $1.00,
and $1.25, worth double.
BLANKETS are going still lower.
We arc leaders in shoes. W\e can
give you a fine Ladies' Shoe for
75e and a good Man's Shoe for
$1.00 and up.
We cannot be beat in style, qual
ity and price, and if von want a
nice suit von will do well if
you will give us a call and let us
show vou what wve can do for von.
But Dry Goods !
You will surelv be suited in that
line as Mrs. Ria' Las the entire charge
of this department and can give you
Oh, The Millinery !
Special to the Ladies:
We are now offering big bargains
in millinery. Satisfaction guaran
teed or mney refunded in this de
m-H, 0. RIFF,4
At the BEE HIVE.
.MA\NING, S. C.
OFFICE IN MANNING IIOTEL.
Ripans Tabules: gentle cathartic.
Ripans Tabulas: pleasant laxative.
Ripans Tabules cure biliousness.
Ripans Tab'ules cure flatulence.
Ripans Tabules: for sour stomach.
IRipans Tabules: one gives relief.
Ripans Tabules: at druggists.
Ripans Tabules cure dizziness.
To Our Cln F'ends:
We are E.w
fo htyou w:t O r 0 : i
m::nse stoc fa
at wi G'n .
Harness Saddles, Rab n.1iii
Gre~at bar:.;:u i:n GasC i l.ec
Headqurter for P . t .
Engine Sbpp ies, Blti:. ec.
HEAD fUARTES FUN ' A EAYT 8V W;9ijiEW,
I wvill be we. ll -piepadi't : d:ni(S
of the Tanarr irmle.
JUST RECEIVED !
One car-load of Fine Mules. one ear-load of
one-horse Wagons. '
TO ARRIVE THIS WEEK
Two car-loads ext . o I o.
Sumter, .. 0. December C., .890.
232 MEETING STREET, CHA LE3TON S. C.
r art h- -
ing Gord, 11
Over 20o (llfrer at c nofm'
We want the eI e 1 e rh r v :'
We guarantce full ur't-1e i !,,no: r-011r in
On the American and Eur-opean Plan.
A DELIGHTFUL AND COMFORTABLE
PLACE FOR COUNTRY VISITORS.
King Street (Business Centre of City),
Rates $2 and $3 Per' Day.
THOMAS & BRAHA
Has just recevec a .o as
HORSES that. ever cam to 'h s t
DRIVERS, SADDLE IIORSES
If you want a nic ac . dsee
them at once.
rj.3C) A &7 - -.
748 tn 486 MIEETING ST., CriAsL T 6N . 0.