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1UJiLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY. AUG. 25, 1897.
Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
.be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
Buy your ice at Huggins' market.
I' There is a big picnic at Brewinton
The work on the new Methodist
church is rapidly going on.
Rev. James McDowell has returned
me from his summer vacation.
Crushed Fruits served at Brockinton's
Orange blossoms will soon bloom
?'near Manning. This is no dream.
There will be preaching in Manning
Presbyterian church next Sunday at
When you come to the campaign meet
ing on the 27th, don't forget to bring your
subscription to THE TDims with you.
Rev. A. B. Watson is conducting a
protracted meeting at St. Paul
There will be a ball game here be
'tween Manning and Black River at
4 o'clock Friday afternoon.
New crop turnip seed for sale. R. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
Comptroller General James Nor
ton came to Manning yesterday in
the interest of his Congressional con
Miss Blanche Billups, of Summer
ton, returned home yesterday, after
a pleasant visit here of about ten
s. Vertical, Spencerian and typewriting
taught in the Manning Academy.
About thirty persons were bap
tized at the Baptist church last Sun
ay night, the result of the protract
Manning has more goods now than
she has ever had and they will have
to be sold. Everybody should come
to this market.
Ices, Shakes and Coca-Cola and Sodas at
Mr. S. A. Rigby has returned from
the Northern markets and his force
of clerks are busy opening up and
I A mule brought to town last Mon
day by Mr. Beauregard Davis was
found dead on Church street early
Attention. Baseball Clubs ! Full line of
Baseballs and Bats at R. B. Loryea's.
This is one election that very little
of the talking is being done by the
people. They will do the voting and
can be counted upon as voting right.
"Tell my friends in Clarendon that
I thank God my health is fast coming
back to me," is a message John L.
Mc KLaurin sends in a letter to our
Ice for sale at Huggins' market.
We caution John McLaurin's
friends to watch out for the campaign
,liar; all kinds of tales are being man
ufactured to drive votes away from
A vote cast for J. E. Ellerbe for
Congress will be cast for a ,od
Mare, upright and able man, anwe
say thi" without disparagement to
Go to Brockinton's for whatever you
M.Moses Levi has retur ned home
from his extended trip in the North
and West, and he seems much im
proved in health. Now look out for.
the business buzz to begin.
Watch out for campaigntricks. It
has been found out that on the day
of election a report is to be sprung
that McLaurin is dead. Of course
the people will not be fooled with it.
Mrs. MI. M. David's school for boys and
girli will open September 6. Termis, $1 per
The tricks of political manipulators
are past finding out, and the best
thing the people can do is to listen to
none of them, and cast their votes
.ditated to them by their own con
A letter received from McLaurin
sys.he is getting better and is ,an
xious to be at the Manning meeting.
His physician, however, forbids his
Ieaving home until he has fully re
covered his strength.
Fresh turnip seed, all kinds. R. B. Lor
yea, the druggist.
Last Saturday a negro charged
with burning a tenant house on the
night of December 15, belonging to
Mr. L. S. Barwick, near Packsville,
was placed in jail, committed by
We would suggest to our farmers
Snot to have their cotton ginned while
rit is damp. Several bales brought to
town were considerably injured by
being ginned in a damp condition.
Gi-ut eetton will not bring as much
as cotton of an inferior grade, and
what is made in weight is more than
lost by the fibre being cut.
The Manning Academy opens Monday,
September 6. Major McLean and Mrs.
Alsbrook are teachers of experience and
will use all modern devices to advance pu
pils. Four grades. Tuition, $1, $2, SS and
S. according to grade.
We desire reports from the voting
'a.precincts as soon after the election
as possible. Wherever there is a
telegraph station we hope some
friend will send us the news. If you
can reach us by mall by Wednesday
morning we will consider it a favor.
Please give this matter your atten
tion, as we want zo give our patrons
the news in Wednesday's issue.
Get cool at Brockinton's.
Died in Sarainia, old "Maum" Fan
ny Burgess, the wife af Sharper Bur
gess, aged 82 years. They lived to
gether as man and wife 60 years. She
Kwa noted as a faithful nurse and
served the Sardinia and Salem sec
tion for about fifty years, r-espected
and esteemed by both white, and
black. Her husband is now livig
and is 86 years old.
- For Rent--Gottaige at $6; also rooms in
the Nettles House. Apply to
Mrs. E. C. ALsBRooK.
When this election is over the dif
ferences of opinion will cease and
there will be no heart burnings. In
Lour judgment, Ellerbe is the choice
of Clarendon for Congress; some of
our friends differ with us and it is
their right to do so. We base our be
lief upon what we hear, the people
say and when the vote is polled and
ounted, we confidently believe it
will be seen that we are correct.
Boils, pimples and eruptions, scrofula.
salt reumz and all other manifestations of
im~ure blood are enred by Hood's Sarsa
The silliest argument that is being
'used against J. E. Ellerbe is, that
whe he was a member of the Legis
lature, it could not be told whether
he was a Conservative or Reformer.
What bosh! Do not those who are
using such stufT know that the people
admire a man who can rise above fac
tion and work for all the people?
Such a man is J. E. Ellerbe he knew
no faction. His duty and his oath of
office were his guides.
FOR CHILDREN AS WELL AS Al)1I'S.
Somue time ago, a little bottle of '"ihatu
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhota
Remedy fell into mny bands, just at a tinw
when my two-year-old boy was terrib!
alicted. His bowels were beyont control.
We bad tried many remedies, to no par
pose, but the little bottle of Colic. Cholra
and Diarrhoea Remedy speedily cured lii:.
-William F. Jones, Oglesby. Ga. For salt
by R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Buckshot Stops a Convict,
SrUaERTON, Aug. 20.-A convict escaped
from Mr. 0. C. Scarborough's farm yester
day about noon. A guard had four plough
ing together, and all at once one drop,% d
his plough stock and made for the creek
swamp near by. The guard followed him
with four rifle balls, but did not hit him.
Those in charge knew be would hide in
the creek till night, so a watch was sta
tioned on both banks, and a guard with
several men beat the creek for him.
He was discovered and made for the bill,
where an attempt to halt him was made.
but he was not in a halting iood, and two
loads of buckshot stopped his flight. His
freedom lasted only four or five hours, as
he was captured before sundown. He is
very seriously wounded, but had the best
attention given him; a physician was sent
for at once.
This is the sixth convict to try his luck
at escaping in three years. Out of these,
Mr. Scarborough has lost only one.
Manning Collegiate Institute.
The session for 1897-98 opens September
9, 1897. This is a chartered institution
and will issue diplomas to its graduates.
It takes all grades, and pupils not in a po
sition to pursue the regular course will re
cieve instruction along special lines. Stu
dents prepared to enter any of our colleges.
Rates from Si to $3 per month.
For further information address.
E. -J. BROWNE, Principal.
To the People of Clarendon:
Seeing for several years the need of
a hardware store at our County seat,
we determined to try and supply a
long felt want; hence, we have
opened up in one of the new stores
recently built in the McLeod block,
a complete line of hardware, guns,
crockery, tinware, etc.
It has been our aim to buy as
cheaply as possible the best quality
of goods in the market saleable in
this community, and believe there
are very few things one can call for
in our line that we cannot furnish.
We are certain of one thing, how
ever, that we shall not attempt to
sell you what you do not want, and
if not in stock, we shall take pleasure
in getting what you do want.
We recognize your right to spend
your money in Sumter or anywhere
else you please, yet it is our intention
of making it to your interest to spend
your money at your County seat and
My family has enjoyed during the
past the confidence of the people of
Clarendon, and in this new under
taking it shall be my purpose to mer
it your continued confidence and es
You will find with the Davis Hard
ware Company obliging salesmen
who will take pleasure in showing
you our goods, whether you spend
your money with us or not.
The Davis Hardware Company.
If You Need
Line, Call on
To Provide for the Assessment
and Collection of Taxes in
-the Town of Manning.
Be it ordained by the Intendant
and Wardens of the town of Manning
in council assembled, and by author
ity of the same:
Section 1. That a tax of twenty
cents on every one hundred dollars
of the assessed value of all real and
personal property situate and being
in the corporate limits of the town of
Manning, shall be levied and collect
ed for the fiscal year commencing on
the second Monday in April, A. D.
1897, and ending on the second Mon
day in April, A. D. 1898.
Sec. 2. That on the 1st day of Sep.
tember, 1897, the clerk and treasurer
of the town council of said town shall
enter in a book prepared for that
purpose, a statement of all property
listed for taxation and the valuation
thereof, together with all particulars
necessary for the collection of the
tax imposed by this ordinance, and
the amount of tax to be paid on real
and personal property in separate
columns, and the aggregate thereof
in another column, and shall have
such book ready for the collection of
said tax on the 1st day of September,
1897, and the collection of said tax
and book shall be closed on the 31st
of October, 1897.
Sec. 3. That the said clerk and
treasurer shall cause a notice of the
time and place of opening said book
for the collection of said tax and of
the closing thereof to be adver..sed
in a newspaper published in the
town of Manning, and the collection
of all taxes assessed under this ordi
nance which shall remain unpaid
after the 31st day of October, 1897,
shall, together with the expenses, be
enforced by execution to be issued
in accordance with the provisions of
Section X of an Act entitled "An Act
to alter and renew the charter of the
town of Manning," approved the 9th
day of March, A. D. 1871.
Sec. 4. That the phrase "personal
property" as used in this ordinance
shall be held to include all such
things as are included and embraced
by it under the statutes of the State
of South Carolina now of force for
the collection of State and County
Ratified by council Ju" 5, 1897.
P. B. T H ANES,
[. s.] Clerk of Council.
Fiing the Rate of Commutatior
in Lieu of Work on Streets,
Roads, and Ways of the
Town of Ma nning.
Be it ordained by the Intendant
and Wardens of the town of Manning
in council assembled, and by author
ity of the same:
Section 1. That all able-bodied
male persons residing in the town oj
Manning, and who are between the
ages of sixteen and fifty years of agt
and who are not by law ~exempt art
hereby required to pay to the clern
and treasurer of the town of Man
fore the 31st day of October, 1S97
The said sumu to be paid and receive d
as a coImmuiatation for viork on the
sir-es, ra:ls, and wa s of th' ,id
town which the pere.sou so pay1in
would be liable to p)erformn.
See. 2. That all nersoxns liable un
der the statutes of South Carolina to
performn road duty and the work re
ferred to in section 1 of this ordinaiici
refusing or failing to p1V the said
sumu so fixed as a com1l1lintatioll on or
before the 31st of October. 1 , shall
bet' deeied glilty of a v iolation of all
ordilance andI liable to a iine not ex
ceeding twenty dollars and n1ot less
than three dollars, or to )e i1pris
oued ill the' town guard hlouse for a
teriul not exceeding twenty days nor
less tihan siX days.
cc.*. That upon pay mtent of the
sum of two doll-.rs, the person so
paying shall be exempted from the
performance of work on the streets,
roads and ways of said town until the
1.5th day of April. A. 1). 1898.
Ratified by council July 5, 1897.
P. B. THAMES,
LL. s J LorIs APPELT,
Clerk of Council.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
the estate of John J. Boyd, deceased,
will present them duly attested and
those owing said estate will make
KATE B. GAILLARD,
Manning, S. C., Aug. 25, 1897.
J. L. WILSON,
Notary Public and
Will place Fire Insurance in THE PALA
TINE INSURANCE COMPANY, of En -
land and the SUN MUTAL, of New
Orleans. Also represent THE PRUDEN
TIAL Life Insurance Company of Ameri
ca, one of the strongest atnl best compa.
Call on me before taking out your insur
OFFICE AT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE,
MANNING, S. C.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE,
CA.uu ESTOs, S. C., May 10, 1h97.
On and after this date the following
passenger schedule will be in effect:
*35. '23. *53.
Lv Florence. 3.35 A. 8.00 P.
Lv Kingstree, 8.59
Ar Lanes, 4.48 9.15
Lv Lanes, , 4 48 9.15 7.52 P.
Ar Charleston. 6.20 10.50 9.25
'78. -32. -52.
Lv Charieston, 5.30 A. 5.00 P. 7.00 A.
Ar Lanes, 7.05 0.36 8.26
Lv Lanes, 7 05 6.36
Lv Kingstree, 7.23
Ar Florence, 8.25 7.55
*Daily. t Daily except Sunday.
No. 52 r;ns through to Columbia via
Central R. R. of S. C.
Trains Nos. 78 and 32 run via Wilson
and Fayetteville-Short Line--and make
close connection for all points North.
Trains on C. & D. R. R. leave Florence
daily except Sunday 8.55 a in, arrive Dar
lington 9.28 a m, Cheraw, 10.40 a in,
Wadesboro 2.25 p in. Leave Florence
daily except Sunday, 8.10 p nm, arrive Dar
lington, 8 40 p m, Hartsville 9.35 p in,
Bennetsville 9.3,G p ii, Gibson 10 P mn.
Leave Florence Sunday only 0 a am, arrive
Darlington 9.27. Hartsville 10.10
Leave Gibson daily except SundIay 6.15
a am, Bennettsville 6.41 a mn, arrive Darling
ton 7.40 a nm. Leave Hartsville daily ex
cept Sunday 6 30 a in. arrive Darlington
7.15 . mn, leave Darlington 7.45 a mn, arrive
Florence 8.15 a :u. Leave Wade sboro daily
except Sunday 3 p in, Cheraw 5.15 p ni,
Darlington 6.29 p in. arri-ve Florence 7 p
m. Leave Hartsville Sun day only 7 a in,
Darlington 7.45 a in, arrive Florence 8 10
J. R. KENLEY, JNO. F. DITINE,
Gen'l Manager. Gen'l Sup't.
T. M1. EMERSON, Traic Manager.
H. M. EMERSON, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
55. 35. 52.
Lv Wiiingnrton,*4 00 P.
Ar Florence, 7.25
Lv Florence, *7.30 3.35 A.
Ar Sumter, 9.12 *4.40
Lv Sumter, 9.15 *9.35 A.
Ar Colum bin, Ii) 35 10.55
No. 52 runs through from Charleston via
Central R. R., leaving Charleston 7 a in,
Lanes 8.26 a in, Manning 9.05 a mn.
54. 53. 32.
Lv Columbia. *5.50 A. *5.15 P.
Ar Sumter, 7.12 6.35
Lv S'mter, 7.15 *6 45 P.
Ar Florence, 8 25 75
Lv Florence, 8 55
Lv Marion, 9 34
Ar Wilmington, 12 15
No. 5~3 runs through to Charieston, S. C.,
via Centzal Rt. R., arriving~ .'.anning 7.10
p am, Lanes, 7.45 p in, Chaleston 9.25 p in
Trains on Conway .iranch' leave Chad
bourn 10.40 a im, arrive Conway 1 p in, re
turning leave Conway 2.45 p~ i, arrive
Chabourn 5..t5 p in, leave Chadbourn .5.4(0
pim, a'-ive at hub 6.20 p in, returning
lene Hrub 8.30 a m, arrive at Chadbourn
9?5 a in. "ily except Sun day.
J. R. KENLY, Gan't Manaiger.
T. 31. EMERtSON, .: ffic Manager.
H. M4. E'dERSON, G.' P..as. Agent.
CENTRAL Rt. RI. OF SO. '.JAROLINA.
Lv Charlest.n, 7.0 I A. 31.
Lv Lanes, - .2 "
Lv GIreelcyville, 8.40"
Lv Foreston, 84
Lv Wilson's Mill, 8.51.;
Lv Manning, 9.03 "
Lv Alcolu, 9.15 "
Lv Brogdon, 9.21 "
Lv W. & S. Junet., 9 32"
Ar Sumter, i.35;2
Ar Columbia, 10.55 "
Lv Columbia, 5.15 P. 24.
'Lv Sumter, 6 42 "
Lv W. & S. Juanet. ; (3"
Lv 13rogdcn, EG
Lv Alc'lu, 7U
Lv .Matnning,, 7.10 "
Lv Foreston, 72
Lv Greeleyvil'e, 73
Ar L.arues, 7a
Ar Charleston, 92
MANCHESTER & AUGUSTA R. R.
Lv .Sumter, L4l A. 24.
Lv Privasaer, 4.54 "
Lv Pievod, 5.O5
Lv Oranigeburg, 55
Ar Denmark, 0. 30
Lv Deiinmark, 4 531 P.1
Lv Oran,'eburg, ,.25
Lv Riemin!i, G.0 "
Lv Piuneweed, o.1'
Lv Privateer, 0.7
Ar Suter, G.40 1
Of All Kinds
.Done at this Office.
S 3 rowd b the sta:tents of lead
eS ing druggists everrwhcre. show
that the peoide have an abiding confidence
in hood's Sarsaparilla. Great
es proved hv ti volu niary state'
UreS .. t o a aia::dus of 3.ose.
show that IoIod's Sars.parill has great
P over isease by irifvia. eni
ower rwhin l iid itan the
blood, upon w hieh health and lifte el end.
Is the One True Bilood 'uritier. All dr': 'sty .
Hood's Pills w :om :a.
Are you interested in LmW Pricer?
W'e offer a splendid line at prices thc
lowest N. t named for strielty first
High grades in all departments.
True merit in every article. Honest
qua.. everywhere. Jtst arrived,
our~tilling-in stock, which still in
sures an immense assortment; noth
ing~ of importance isingl' every
thing the best. The quality will tell
it. The price will sell it, and that is
the reason you should come and get
somue of our bargains that await you
from oar assortment of General Mer
chandise. We can sell you Ladies'
and Gents' Gloria Silk Umbrellas for
50e., also an all Silk Ladie's-Umbrella
for 50c. You get this Umbrella for
half its value.
In the Dry Goods line we have just
received new fashionable goods, and
offer them cheaper than usual on ac
count of the advanced season. In
Notions, etc., our line is complete
again and bargains offered. New
and latest styles in Ladies' and
Misses' Slippers at prices which will
cause you to wonder. Ladies' Don
gola Shoes for $1.00, etc. A good
Satin Calf Shoe for men, only $1.00.
In fact, a full assortment of Shoes at
In Gcrts Furnishing Goods, such
as Shirts. uspenders, Fine Neckwear,
etc., we elan the lead.
We call your attention to a lot of
Flower Pots which we offer cheap.
Reliable Groceries always on hand.
Just received, a carload of Tennes
see Wagons, one and two horse, will
be sold cheap for cash.
Rememnber we show all tile latest
novelties in great profusion. We
keep the very tinest selections in all
standard styles. We make it a point
to nave every article in stock the best
of its kind. The dollar you spend
with us goes fa:uber, lasts longer,
gets more style, gets more quantity,
gets more quality and does more
good in serviu. worth and wear than
any money you can spend. Our
goods and prices now waiting your
inspection will prove this. Remem
ber we can make it to your interest
to give us part if not all your trade.
Prim a~ Pyv Election Managers.
Orrcz Corr~ Cr.utrs.
DEoca~mc Exscr:vE CoaMuirrE,
Mannir-;, .S. C., July 14, 1897.
Follovwing is a list of the moanagers ap
pointed by the County Democratic Execit
tive Comm~nittee for the primary electio~n to
be hei August 31, 1897, and for the second
primnary to be held two weeks later, if said
second p'rimuary election be necessary-.
Polls open. fromi 8 a. mn. to 4 p. mn.:
Alcotn- J. J. Nettles, E. E. Hodge, J. W.
Clarendo."-- WV. T. Lese-sne, WV. E. Datn
Cross Rioads-J. M. Davis, J). F. Htich
bourg, J. S. Davis.
Doctor Swamp-L. N. Tobias, S. F. Par
ker. C. J. Hley.
Douglass-W. J. Tarbieville, A. J. Hicks,
Foreston.-T. L. Bagnal, John HI. Boa
wvell, C. A1 Mason.
For-t-ton Reform-C. T. Ridgeway, J. H.
Barnets, Rt. S. Johnson.
Fork-Ri. L. Logan, Jake Ha~vin, J. D.
Fulton-D. r ide A. L. Burkott, H. B.
Harmny-.t H. D. Chain-iier. .J. D. Dan
iels. -lohn ('. Plowden.
J1ordn -J. W. 'lrk, I. (. Plowdenc~, C.
Ri. S'p. :
Manning -J.11. McK'imght, F. 31. l;an
bowi, 0. E. W~ebber.
Manning F.I P.J. E. Kelley, J1. D
Alsbrook. Walter, Jonsen.
Mid way.-J.1 M. Paer, W. F. liarring
ton, H. J. Whieeb-r.
New Town- W. II. Cnrry, Gi. T. Wor
sta; T. W. Bazr:irneam.
P~ei nod--L. A. Gn: :am, .J. iR. Griffin,
1acki~iie~~- J. W. :IeCanley, R. C. Lack
ev. W. N. Sikes.
Siler A. N. Feld -r 1D. F. 11abcuey, J.
Samuerto W -.. W. CoI;rey, Hi. L. Brun
sor., 11 -. . Ti . .sm IX 'i
A. 31. Whit,
One of :hi*- m-ngr :rom1 ce einb will
cali for the! bo1 Frdyo -'t day ol
August, and th pr--siet il 8. nd in ai
certiti:d cop t-r tic w0.:- by the?
1.1' . . IjADHAM,
. ic . e.co so. ''nut Ch~iap irman
I e. Co. Ex b C l - .Hog n
I 'l' .hAl-,eil0 i CONTY,
CO"URT\L OF CO SMMONEPL AS.
Paut~l t HdgSe. ran th. Hdge plait A.i
H 1d andy Evlibit lE. wiHdgerb
Jaupob . L o, h osrer d ~ r yo apone
Qitma tS (C. Hodge Ahi .i- Hodge, aunJ
,itlyL ont, Din ts. ~linte
o thlei defedant above ned: i f
reqre to ne oir tohe clit dini thi
aciuon, a copy' of wi ii ewi .th~ serv
fulo yu, Qani to serv a copey oa
sweri.U to the .sht-opbint ot subgsci
er. at th11ir c-n the ithy offc Suteri
Cumterdu County in sid State.wthnwe
t s-: Athe comh A. t witinheti
afortsad, the Plaintiff hs' Attioneys.
T! MANNING ARIW2 COMPAN1
Offer the following i : b:wet prices:
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters, various sizes an<
Stovepipe and Stovepipe Elbows, all sizes
Steampipe Fittings and Connections
Valves, Insulators, Etc.
Rubber Packing, Rubber Belting, Etc.
Tobacco Flues. any dimensions. made at our store
Housekeepers' Kitchen Utensils.
Farm ToQls and Implements and Tools fo1
tinmers. blacksmiths. gunsmiths. machinists, carpenters, horst
fr'iu-rs an1i shoemakers.
Housebuiiders' Hardware, Locks. Hinges
Galvanized Decorated Tin Toilet Sets, al
$1.00 per set.
Grindstones, Oil Stoves, Axes, Stee]
Traps, Saws, etc.
Razors, Strops, Clippers, Shears, Scissors and But
ton Hole Scissors.
Guns, Shells, Cartridges, Shot, Powder and Caps.
Cut Nails, Wire Nails, Finishing Nails, Bolts
Nuts, Washers, etc.
Sheet Tin, Sheet Iron, Sodder, Babbitt Metal, etc.
Hardware. Tinware, Agateware. Stoveware, Potware. etc
Horse and Mule Shoes, and Horseshoe Nails.
Prices of all goods guaranteed the lowest.
Frank. P. Ervin, Manager.
HV EF ZE?
At the Cheap Store.
See our Line of Men's, Boys' and Ladies' Shoes at 98c.
The best 81.25 Shoes ever put on the counter.
A good $3.00 Men's Sh ( . ~ and $1.98.
Ladies $1.50 Shoe for . t-.
A $2.00 Ladies' Shoe for
Look at our Satin Lined -14 Worsted Suit for
An All Wool Suit for .3.2i.
A $6.00 Clay Worsted Suit for ..
School Children. come and g: ys Stationery, Slates
and Ink at the New York Racket.
People are comning in and are charmed at the low prices.
To save money trade at the New York Racket Store.
JEWELRY! JEWELRY ! At the New
York Racket, at prices never heard of.
Go to the New York Racket and get ai good
Buggy Whip for Sc.
C. W. KENDAL L, %%"
SUPERVISOR'S NOTICE. riA AL
Manning, S. C.. Jan. -29th, 1896.-The The Base Ball Season hat
County supervisor- ofmie will be open On aried, andR.BLore
Saturday of eaen week, for the transactionarvR.B oy
of business. The other days of the week I has reCeived a full line o:
will be out of my ofnice atttending to roads
and bridges. ' BA. BALSoANDBAT.
- BROCIN\TON TUNP-ED
HAs A FULL LINE plofT W. od
Patent MVedicines, Althpouavaiie
Stationery, eryco o ~tetm opat
Jt rive Lobigeau
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E HAVE BEEN TOO BUSY Y
the past week opening up
6 our Fall and Winter Stock of General
Merchandise to prepare something in 2
o the way of prices to fill our space. 2
3 We wish to say to the public, how- 2
o ever, that we are convinced we can 2
3 hold our own against any and all
p competition. We have purchased a
large and well selected stock of Gen- 2
eral Merchandise at lowest figures 2
and expect to sell the same at small
profits, thereby giving our customers
the benefit of our good fortune. Call
on us and we will do our best to
t please you.
Yours respectfully, 2
U. .HARVIN & BARRON. 2
A. C. DAIS, Mgr.
F I RE-A RMS9.
232 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON S. C.
State Agents for the Sale of
L Wholesae TIDPlt
ing Gords, 'ze ute
-Over 200 different styles of Cooking and Heating Stoves. Also Oil Cookers and Heater
We want the leading mserchant in every town in the State to sell our line of Stoves.
We guarantee full protection in his territory to each agent we appoint If not sold in
your town send to us for cuts and priees.
TH CAROLINA GROCERY COMPAY,
Successors of BOYD BROS.
THOYLAS WILSON, President.
S195 East Bay - - Charleston, S. C.
Percival Manufacturing Co.
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
748 to 486 MIEETING ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
)L. W. F'OLSOM,
Sign of the Big Watch,
sT1trEe a. : : S. 0.
--A BIG LINE OF
Bithd ay, Wedding and Christmas Presents
-~ ~ Fie Sterling Silver Clocks, Optical Goods,
, rFine Knives, Scissors and Rezors, Machine Needles, etc