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Pt' lLlSflES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, SEP. 22, 1897.
Is all we want to prove that we are selling
goods as cheap as any house in the country
and selling as cheap as first class goods can
be sold in a legitimate way. You al, 'w
that we were the first to break dowb h
prices in Manning, and we are to-day sell
ing as cheap as we ever did.
Best Cream Cheese 15c. per pound.
Fresh Macaroni loc. per pound. Leggett's
Gelatin 15c. per package, two for 25e. Can
Peaches 15c. and 20c. per can. A large lot
of Heinz's Pickles that always sold for 15c
per bottle, we are selling at 10c. We also
have a large lot of Heinz's Sauces and Meat
Dressings. Granulated Sugar is much
higher, but we are still selling it at 16
pounds to the dollar. Try our Free Silver
Tobacco at 25c. per pound. Win'ton Boom
at 35c. per pound. R. Bros. at 40c. per
pound and Granger at 35c. per pound, and
I think you will give us a call again when
you want Tobaaco. Best New Orleans
Molasses at 50c. per gallon. Choice Hams
12 1-2c. per pound. Best K. Oil 15c. gal
lon. Best Apple Vinegar 25c. per gallon.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
Do not forget your torn taxes.
Miss Maude Wilson and Miss Bessie
Kelley are visiting Mrs. Archie Barron.
Ices, Shakes and Coca.Cola and Sodas at
Mr. J. H. Clark, who has been very ill
at Mr. J. L. Wilson's is now getting better.
The demand for dwellings continues to
grow and our lot owners do not seem to
Buy your ice at Huggins' Market.
The town council should put on an extra
police on Saturdays and one who will do
Died near Alcolu, yesterday morning,
Felmer It., a two and a half year old daugh
ter of Mrs. Pet E. Harvin, nee Hodge.
Ice for sale at Huggins' market.
After seriods.illness Hood's Sarsaparilla
has wondertul building up power. It pu
rifies the blood and rostores perfect health.
A pleasant entertainment was given in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Barron last
evening at the residence of Mr. W. S.
Get cool at Brockinton's.
We want all of our readers to read the
advertisements in this issue, they contain
matter which appeals directly to your
Choice Winter Rye Seed, for sale by R.
B. Loryea, the druggist.
Last week's issue of the Times was an
eye opener to that class of mexchants who
have no faith in advertising because it
eosts a little money.
We are specially desirous for our readers
to read the advertisements in this week's
issue and next week we will give each one
of our advertisers a "write-up."
For fine stationery at low prices, go to
R. B. Loryea, the diruggist.
Professor E. J. Browne has an article in
tis issue which is of interest to school
teachers, and every one of them should
read it and follow its suggestions.
New crop turnip seed for sale. B. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
Mr. C. Williams, adyertising agent for
Harris's Nickle Plate Show, was in town
last Saturday making extensive prepara
tio'ns for the big circus to-morrow.
Go to Brockinton's for whatever you
The Douglass Democratic club is with
out a doubt the banner club of the county.
Its members stand together in solid phal
anx and the candidate who can win their
friendship is most fortunate.
Complete stock of delicious confectionery
R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Walton James, Sr., colored, from the
Fulton section was adjudged a lunatic last
Moniay, and he was taken by Sheriff
Bradham yesterday to Columbia to the
State hospital for the insane.
Golden Machine Oil for gins and mills,
R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
The. Town Council very properly in
structed the police to arrest all persons
found engaged in the curb-stone drum
ming business and they 'will be punished
the same as other nuisances.
Ciushed Fruits served at Brockinton's
The Atlantic Coast Line declines to aid
the original package -.-um shops and issued
orders against hauling their stuff. This
action will have the effect of breaking the
concerns n'p as far as this section is con
Finest line of pens an d pencils, tablets
from 1c. up, R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Captain D. J. Bradham is prominently
entioned as a probable successor to Gen
James Norton as Comptroller General.
-The Governor could not make a better
selectioa. Captain Bradham has had years
of experience in the tax department and if
appointed he could enter upon the duties
o the office with the advantage of being
familiar with the work.
Pearl Onion Sets for sale by R. B. Lor
yea, the druggist.
Manning is to be visited next Friday by
a South Carolina Curiosity in the shape of
"The Petrified Man," found in an old
graveyard near Columbia a few years ailo.
This is no fake we, as well, as numbers of
others, have seen the curiosity and can say
that, to those who have never seen anything
of the kind it is well worth the price of ad
mission which is 10 cents.
For an early crop, plant Pearl Onion
Sets, for sale by R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
On another page will be seen the list of
managers for the special election to be
held October 12th, 1897. The managers
will be paid for their services by the State;
each manager will get one dollar per day
and five cents a mile traveled. l'he, clerks
are not allowed mileage, but thcy get the
same per diem as the managers. If there
are any managers appointed who will not
serve they should notify the Chairman of
t~e board of election commissioners at
once so that others may be appointed in
Elegant stock of paper and envelopes in
boxes, from five cents up. R. B. Loryea,
One of the saddest casulties that has ever
happened in this county occurred last Sun
day about one mile f:-om Packsville, at the
home of Mr. James E. Broadway. About
five o'clock in the afternoon Miss Susan
Broadway, the eldest daughter, was sitting
by a window when all at once lightning
struck the corner of the house, tearing ef
some boards and instantly killed the young
lady. About the same time at Packsville,
Mr. W. A. Broadway, an uncle of the young
lady, had a mule hitched to a tree at the
Methodist church, lightning struck a tree
close by and the mule was killed from the
We will soon begin the cutting off of
"dead beats" from our subscription lists
and we are sorry to have to admit that we
have such. The way we got them was that
a man would subscribe, pay in advance,
and when his time was nearly out he would
beg us to continue him until cotton time.
and then others got on our lists by making
us the n.ost solemn kind of promises. We
have been exceedingly leninent and we
propose now to wipe off such as we feel
have, and are still imposing on us. 1 be
management of this peper does not want
to lose a single subscriber. but "dead
beats" will not be tolerated. We sincerely
h.pe those who appreciate our efforts. to
make a good paper and who happen to be in
arrears, will now come forward and settle
up. If after this your paper fails to reach
you, take it for granted that we have strick
en you off because we regard you among
those who will not pay.
Since the adoption of the chain gang sys
tem there is no excuse for so many loafers
upon our streets. They should be jerked
up before Judge Dickson and put on the
county chain gang. It is a shame to see so
many strapping men loitering about the
streets, aciually in the way of those earning
an honest living; they hang about and in
dulge in course, vulgar laughter, often
using profane language, and if they have
any visable me ins of support no one knows
where it is. These fellows are as a rule
insolent, and some day they will be the
cause of a terrirble conflict in which good
men will probably lose their lives. Some
thing should be done right away to remove
this pest and the sooner the matter is at
tended to the better it will be. There is
plenty of work for all to do and when able
bodied men refuse to work who have not
the means to live in luxnrious ease, the
authorities should step in and ascertain
how they get their living; if they cannot
give a satisfactory account of themselves
they should be put to work on the public
PRAC 'IC ECONOMY
In buying medicine ac in other matters. It
is economy to get Hood's Sarsparilla because
there is more medicinal value in Hood's
Sarsaparilla than in any other. Every bot
tle of Hlood's Sarsap.rilla contains 100 doses
and will average, taken according to direc
tions, to last a month, while others last but
Hood's Pills are the on:ly pills to take
with Hood's Sarsaparil'a. Easy and yet
Having received numerous letters mak
ing inquiries with reference to the action
of Manning's Town Council with regard to
requiring a license from non-residents to
do business here, we publish for the infor
mation of the public the full text of the
ordinance. Some at first doubted the val
idity of the ordinance, but from the way
other towns are grasping the idea, Man
ning will not be alone in requiring some
benefits from those who come here and take
away from the taxpayers who must bear the
burdens of taxation that the expenses of
the town government might be met. The
question is entirely non-political; it is one
which appeals directly to ones business
sense and ones pocket. If non-residents
are to be permitted to come here during
the fall season without paying to do busi
ness then we might as well surren
der the town's charter and throw ouselves
upon the county government. Where is
the justice in forcing resident pe~ple to pay
a town tax and allow non-residents to
dodge the tax. When a man pays his taxes
to the town he has a right to expect the
town to give him protection from out side
Official report of second primary held
September 14th 1897, as tabulated by the
Democratic Executive Committee. Show
ing a total vote of 958,giving General James
Norton a majority in Clarendon of 232.
Alcolu................ 1 34
Fork-...... ...... ...... 0 17
New Town............ 33 0
Harmony............... 5 29
Silver....... ...... ...... 8 38
Douglass-......-........ 135 3
Fulton.................. 2 24
J orlon................. 30 2
Panola......... ........ 13 2
Foreston Reform.........38 6
Trinity..... -.........2 15
New Zion......-........16 24
Foreston......-......... 0 25
Manning F.1P..........109 26
Doctor Swamp..........38 0
X Roads........ ........ 39 5 -
Manning-,.............. 3 46
Paksville-.............. 86 16
Clarendon.....-......... o 27
Summerton ............ 10 28
Midway................ 11 16
Total................ 595 363
Norton's majority... 232
Under the instructions of the State exec
utive committee State chairman Tompkins
tablated and declared the vote in the
primary in the 6th Congressional Dis
trict. The vote as officially declared is as
Fiorence............. 671 701
Horry......... .......9 568
Marion............. 1,260 977
'A Call to Teachers.
The school year has again opened, and
the various schools in the county will soon
be opened for business. Are you as a teach
er fully awake and alive to the duties de
volving upon you as a leader in educa
tio nl thought in your respective com
munities? If so, you are earnestly requested
to read this article, not for what it contains
as regcards reading matter, but for its being
a call to duty-a duty which you as a teach
er owe to yourself, your patrons and your
pupils. That duty is your co-operation in
the organization and maintenance of a
Teachers' Association for Clarendon county.
A similar call was made a year ago and a
few teachers met and organized an associa
tion which was carried on successfully
through the public school term, and every
one who attended it- would willingly testify
to the benefits derived from these meetings.
It is desired to form an Association and to
engage in work of a broader nature than
the mere reu~ding of articles relative to
school topics, The State has been con
cerned in Institute work and in nearly
every county during this summer Insti
tutes have been held for the benefit of her
tion. To say that they have been a great
benefit to those who attended them and a
great stimulus to -more and better work
would be but a mild endorsement, The
probability is tbat Institutes will be made
a great factor in educational matters in the
State and it should be our objec ts as teach
ers to place ourselves in a position to be
benefited. To fully appreciate the aids,
hints, and suggestIons to be obtained at
a first-class Institute, one must needs at
tend, The Institute held here in August
under the leadership of Prof. E. L. Hughes
acted as a tonic stimulant upon every one
in attendance, and I have no doubt but
that each one went away with a higher esti
mate upon the noble profession of teaich
ing. Those who did not attend missed a
treat. Some no doubt were prevented from
attending by circumstances over which
they had no control Those who neglected
to attend through carelessness either have
no idea of a teachers' Institute or no love
for their profession.
A Teacher's Association should he organ
ized in every coun ty, and when organized,
should endeavor to pursue such ai course
of work as would be beneficial to teachers
in their daily labors. All can help or be
helped, and there is no better plac. to give
or receive this help than in a well conduct-'
ed T'eacher's Association. 'T'is article is
not intended to point out all tie avant-.
ages of such organization, but to simply:
call atteintioa to it and to set the import
ance of it before you, and await your co
operation. If our Association be revived,
its vitality depends upon your help. As
its forn-er president I hereby issue a call
for all wiiite teachers and others interested
in educational matters to meet for the pur
pose of rearganization at the court house,
in hanning, on Saturday, October 2nd, at
Let ever.7 teacher be present as we need
Why R. B. LQRYEA,
M7unninu c'.s Lesarlin'. Dru; r ia.
Do people buy Hood's Sarsaparilla in prefer- Fol
ence to any other,- in fact almost to the exclu- DRUGS AND MEDiCiNES
sion of all others?
Because they know that Hood's Sarsapa
rilla cures when others fail.
The question of best is just as positively de- Paints an:d Oils. Si etacies and
cided in favor of Hood's Sarsaparilla, as the Eye Glasscs,
question of comparative sales. Remember, hair. Nail and Tooth Brushes,
H3d Toilet S'aps
Soo and Perfumery,
Stationery and Co: fectionery
Or anythling else kept in a first class
Sarsaparilla DRUG STORE.
Is the One True Blnd Iurife:. All .druggists. $1.
Prepared o lIy by C. 1. Hoo e Co. Lowell. Mass. Prescriptions, care, ully (Cl)l1)OUfd
r y c. I. r ILo, M. ed at all hours of the day or night by
cure uver ills; easy to a eumpetent and experienced phar
HOOd s Pills sa: .castooperate. 2e- maoist.
Teachers' Examination. T 1
to teach in the free public schools for Clar- * BT r, f
endon County will be held is the Court
House on Friday. September 24th. 1897. 'rise Di-si ;lam'.
This will be the last regular examination
for this year, and all persons contemplating SICH OF THE COLDEN MORTAR.
teaching and whose certificates have ex
pired had best appear before the Board, as
the state Board of Education are averse to SUPE1 VISOR'S NOTICE.
granting any permits for special examina
tions. The County Board of Education OFFICE COUNTY s PERVISOB,
will meet that day for the transaction of any CLAnENDON Corxvv.
business that may come before it. Manning C Jim. 29th. 1396.-The
W. S. RICHBOURG. Coiny tll rvi,4r5 office will be open on
Co. Supt. Education Clarendon Co. Satu: :o each week. for the transaction
8-2t ot The other uays of the week I
WANTED-To rent or lease a good two will be out of toy ofce attending to roads
or three horse farm. and bridges.
R. F. LEwis, Jordan, S. C. Couity bu,ervi5-r.
8-2t Clarendon County.
A BANK L0rBE
Always investigates his surroundings carefully and thoroughly
before finally deciding uponl his course of action.
Because there is Money in it.
Perhaps you do not care to follow in the footsteps of a Bank
Robber, yet that Money Consideration should apply to you
very forcibly when it comes to a. selection of a Suit of Clothes,
Hat, Shoes, Furnishings, etc.,
Open your eyes to this !
of biMen's Suits, all sizes, $2 to $40.
Youth's Suits, all sizes, S2 to $15.
Boys' Knee Pants Suits, '.. to E.
Men's Pants from oc. to $10.
Boys' Pants from 20c. to $2.50.
Full line of Men'sand Boy's Shoes, 1
Remember this, too:
We only advertise what we have and we ::now we can save you
Our Clarendon friends please give us a call.
STUBOS BROS. CIJTTINO,
Hatng a H , Shoes and Furnishings,
1II Mesits, al sze, 2 oC40
BO'Knee a nkis6e o Sumer
u llti n of frmensn loer Sonecte wihte i ofBon
Cttio o Beg.
STUBSBOS LEVI'S TIN
gaotin, sHasnve Shve an Fuernisings
Mr. Cuttino ofm now no loonger conete withs for bar-fBon
posl toodsa myre cownttrske a nd the c
mt bsopeigupteld. an
titesof goow of llokind now aIls foar
gis todvtsuch timrhae tooten cters in
thiakt f oo e~lj t h
great tinied lieso rd adIpo
oe the mpesn Imyl cmpentikepon thee
I u LaIs' ongougt ay Btotepople
$3a allom goids asu-t to2.2 he
Janmes .Aeans' Celebratedl
.ReywMlds' Famnois $2 to be
sacrificed at $51.48.
Later I will give you purices~ of other
grades that will wake up and astonish yon.
Listen-Shirting Prints, fist colors, 4c. per
Merrimack .Shirtings at 5c. per
The handsomest line of Dress Goods in
Clothing, Hats, Notions and Trimmings,
all to be sold at marvelously low figures. I
Wautch ue and I will show y ou where
NOSESF LEVI. I
A FEW POINTERS
YOU SHOULD TRADE WITH US. :
Poin ter No. 10
We have just received a large stock of Fall and
Winter Dress Goods. selected by Mrs. Barfield,
which includes the very latest styles and colors,
and were bought at prices as low as our largest
city stores can buy goods for, consequently we
shall be ah!e to sell you these goods at very low
prices. as we only want a living profit. All of our
Clothing. Il:ts. Shoes, Underwear. Notions and
CGents' Furnishings were ordered before the tariff
bill was passed and we are thus enabled to sell -
them at from 20 to 40 per cent. cheaper than if we
had waited till late in the season.
Remember: Our stock is as large as the largest;
varied as taste and j'idgment can make it, and
cheap as goods of good quality can possibly be sold. :
We will pot he undersold.
Pointer No. 2.
Our Dress Goods Department is replete with
= the latest styles and shades in Fall and Winter
Dress Goods. We have not the room to enumerate
them all. -
Henriettas, all colors, Cashmeres. all colors,
from 10c to 50c per yard.
A lot of Novelty Dress Patterns, no two alike,
e which we are selling very cheap. A beautiful line
. of Ladies' Suitings. The finest line of Outings
ever shown in this town and at prices that we
know will induce you to buy-4 1-2c to Sc per yard.
o All we ask the ladies is to call and examine our
e stock of Dress Goods and we know they won't go
elsewhere to buy.
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Pointer No. 3.
CLOTHING HATS AND SHOES.
Gentlemen. now is the time to think of buying a
in your winter supply of clothing. We have as _:_
complete a line of Men's Youths' and Boys' Cloth
ing as was ever displayed in Manning, which in- :
eludes Cheviots, Kersevs, Cashmecres, Diagonals,
Clov Worsteds and Worsteds. Mothers and fath- E
ers should see our Boys' Suits which we are selling :
very low. We bought our clothing for their wear
ing qualities as well as for their style and looks.
We have a very fine line of Soft and Stiff Hats a
that we know can't be beat anywhere, and as for
prices-well, just get ours. -~e
Shoes in all the latest styles and shapes and at
all prices. We are agents for the W. L. Douglass -
Shoes and the Heine & Lynch Shoes. These are a
the finest Shoes fr men on the market at the ~2
price. Our Ladies' Hand-Sewed Shoes are beau
+0+0+0+ ++ + c+.+ p+0+++ )4L+++ p++ ++
Pointer No. 4.
NOTIONS AND GENIS' FBNiSHNGS
Our Notion stock is very complete and we only
ask you to come in and see it. If we haven't got
what you want in the Notion line you can rest as
sured it is not obtainable in Manning. Corsets,
' Hose, Half Hose, Underwear, both ladies' and gen
tlemen, as well as children. A large line of Work
C ing Shirts, Buttons, both plain and fancy.
Gentlemen, if you need anything in the fur
nishing line we know we can please you. Collars,
Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Stick Pins, Cuff Buttons,
Collar Buttons, Pointers, Patent Buttons and
everything else in the Gents' Furnishing line. A
r large line of yard-wide Sea island Homespun at 4e
Sper yard. In short, we have everything kept in a
Sfirst class general merchandise store, and all we
Sask is an inspection.
~E. C. HOFRTON.
Desires to announce to the buyers of Clarendon County
especially the ladies, that our large and elegant stock of
Dress Goods, Trimmings, Cloaks, Capes
and Fine Shoes
Is now in and we are better prepared than ever to suppl3
your wants in everything pertaining to
Progress is the order of the day with us, and this seaso
finds us with greally improved facilities for displaying th
many high class Novelties shown exclusively by us, and bet
ter still, our prices through the entire season will be quote
without any advance on account of the Tariff.
You luist see! the
SOwl Cloth Suitings,
SLadies' Broadcloths for
Tailor-Made Suits in all the
SNew French Colorings.
We thank our1 Claren~don friends for the liberal patron
ae which we have received in the past, and assuring then
that we shall endeavor by fair and square dealing to merit
continuance of the same, we are,
Ve ry truly yours,
3IIegulators of Prices for Smt
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
mirmmummmmm nmr "i:' vnmnmmnmmuna
On1ly S.OO Per Pair.
This is the Cor- sets to buy. We
guarantee every pair 4and if it does not
give satisfaction, we refund your money.
SHIOE ANDc LO INII G.
We have a large stock of Shoes on hand and can offer
you big bargains.
Men's Shoes, sold for $1.25, only 8c.
Men's Shoes, sold for $1.50, only $1.35.
Men's Shoes, sold for $1.75, only $1.50.
Men's Shoes, from $2.00 to $450, unequalled.
Ladies' Shoes, sold for $1.15, only 98c.
Ladies' Shoes, sold for $1.25, only $1.00.
Ladies' Shoes, sold for $1.50, only $1.35.
Ladies' Shoes, from $2.00 to $4.00, unequalled.
The largest stock of Clothing in town.
G0ROCLE I3E:. ! GR.OCM 7t TC ',
Coffees, 8c. per lb. up. Tobaccos, 20c. per lb. up S
Meats. Rice and 0anned Goods always on hand. Call."
see us. Yours respectfully.
HARVIN & BARRON.
What the N. Y. Racket Can o.
Say, friend, if you have never traded with me it will certainly
be to your interest to come and see me now, as my stock never was
so complete and that will enable me to give you big bargains. We
are not misleading our-friends by marking our goods ia odd cents
and half cents, but we will give you 100 cents worth for every dol
lar you spend with us, nor do we put out little "baits" in our show
windows to catch you, but we are simply cheap in every line and if
we did not know it we would not tell you.
We want a part of your trade, and if selling goods at a close
profit has anything to do with it we certainly will get it. Droves of
people are coming in every day, carrying away the goods and saying
they are cheaper than they have ever bought before.
We do not keep as large a stock. as some of our competitors, as
it is not necessary, but we do keep an assortment, and we can re
plenish in five days' notice, as we have a $7,000,000 stock at our
command in New York, the cheapest house on earth.
One great advantage you have in trading with us is our en
tire stock is NEW GOODS and they are coming in every day to
select from. Our goods are not worn out by continually taking
them down, showing them and holding them for 100 per cent.
We sell our goods at a reasonable profit and let them go so .as to
make room for others.
If you have not been to us yet, ask those that have been
here. They will tell you what we are doing. Give us a chance
and we will treat you right.
Yours to please,
THE NEW YORK RACKET,
C. W KENDALL, Proi*or
- "Cheating Ourselves."
That's what some of our friends say, by making such a
Fsmall profit, and seriously advise us to increase it. Our
motto will always be:
" Low Prices !"
So as to bring our goods within the reach of all, and thus
secure the patronage of every body. We do not sell one
article at or below cost and make 100 per cent. on another.
The Same Proit on All Gootl..
Hlardware, Stoves, Harness, Wagon and Buggy Material,
Crockery, China, Glass,..Agate and Tinware.
l st.-All kinds of Farming, Carpenter and Blacksmith Tools,
I Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Cartridges and Loaded Shells.
S2nd.-We sell No. S New South Stoves, warming closet and res
ervoir, with 18 pieces, for $16.75.
No. 7 New South Stove, with 18 pieces, for $10.
No. 7 Dixie Stove, with 36 pieces, for $9.
3rd.-Cheapest and best line of Harness in town.
4th.-Always on hand Wagon and Buggy Rims, Spokes, Shafts,
Wheels, Hubs, etc.
5th.-Come and see our China, Crockery, Glass and Agateware.
We have on han-1 the New Deering Ideal Mowing Machines and
SRakes. The Kentucky three roll Cane Mills and Evaporating Pans. Eight
-Ball Grog net Sets, sL.75.
Orders by Plait Given Prompt Attention.
A. C. DAVIS, Manager.
THE MANNING HAD!ARE CO.
Invites the public to inspect their stock, comprised in
part of the following:
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters. A good No. 7
Stove for $5.
Mill Supplies-Pie, Pipe-Fittings and Connection
Valves. Oil Cups, Insulators, Inspirators, etc., Rubber Belt
ing, Rubber Packing, Leather Lacing, etc.
Pumps-Surface. Deep Well and Force Pumps. A
good Pump for $1.35.
Farm Tools and Implements-Plows, Hoes,
Shovels, Spades, Forks and Rakes.
Tools for Tinners, Blacksmiths, Gunsmiths, Machinists, Carpenters
Horse Farriers, Shoemakers and Butchers. A goad Bellows for $5.25.
Cutlery-Butcher Knives, Pocket Knives, Hunting Knives and Ta
House Builders' Hardware-Locks, Hinges, Bdlts, Fasten
ings, etc. Galvanmzed and Decoratedl Tin Toilet Sets at $1 per set.
Grindstones, Oil Stones, Axes, Steel Traps, etc.
Hand Saws, Wood Saws, Cross-Cut Saws, Key-Hole Saws, Meat
Razors, Razr Strops. Clippers, Shears and Scissors of all sorts.
Single anid Double Barrel Guns, Rifles, Shsells,- Shot, Powder, Caps,
Nails-Cut, Wire, Finishing and Horse Shoe Nails.
Bolts-Carriage, Stove, Plow, Machine and Bolts of all kinds.
Nuts, Washers, Copper Rivets, Tacks, Brads, etc., etc.
Sheet Tin, Sheet Iron, Solder, Babbit Metal, etc.
Hardware, Tinware, Agateware, Stoveware, Potware, etc.
Horse and Mule Shoes, Stove Pipe and Elbo
We are licensed dealers in P'istols and m.:*0l and Rlifie
stck of these goods which we sell as cheap as uey can he s
A good Pistol for s1.50.
.FR ANK P. ERVDI .