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1U >LISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
W EDNESDAY, SEP. 29, 1897.
The Petrified Man
Came to Life
When he heard of the immense bargains
offered at Jenkinson's, the leading cash
house of Manning. 5,000 yards Dress
Ginghams, latest styles and warranted not
to fade, only 4 1-2c. per yard. A large line
of gent's Negligee Shirts at 25c. each that
you can't buy elsewhere for less than 35c.
25 dozen gent's heavy Merino Undershirts
at 25c. each. 25 dozen ladies' Jersey Rib
bed Undervests at 25c. each. All we want
you ladies to do is to come and look at
these goods and you will be conyinced that
we have not misrepresented them.
The largest line of gent's and children's
Hats in this place. Call and get our prices.
Ladies, don't forget that we are the lead
ers of fashion in this part of the country.
20 cozen Sailor Hats 15c. each, trimmed.
When you want Shoes remember we carry
a large stock and we sell them very cheap.
When you come to town to trade just go
where you please and 1.rice and than come
to us and we will sell you your bill.
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
A meeting of the school teachers will be
held in the court house Saturday.
Miss Italine Brocainton of Kingstree is
visiting at Dr. Brockinton's.
Buy your ice at Huggins' market.
Misses Sallie and Gracie Bailey of Green
ville are visiting their sister, Mrs. J. L.
The extremely low pricy of cotton the
past week has had a depressing effect upon
the town's trade.
Go to Brockinton's for whatever you
Liberal excursion rates to the great fair
in Columbia will be made by the railroads
during fair week.
Work on the new Methodist. church is
progressing rapidly, and when completed
it will be a beautiful building.
Choice Winter Rye Seed, for sale by R
B. Loryea, the druggist. -
Pure, rich blood feeds the nerves. That
is wh'y Hood's Sarsaparilla. tne great blood
purifier, cures nervousness.
Arrange your plans early to attend the
29th, Annual State Fair to be held in Co
lunubia, November 8th-12th, 1897.
For fne stationery at low prices, go to
R. B. Loryea, the druggt. -
The Jewish merchants of Manning will
have their places of business closed on Oc
tober Sth, that being their Yom-Kippor or
Tihe State Fair authorities are making
preparations for a big fair this fall and say
this will be one of the best that has ever
Ice for sale at Huggins' market.
The County Board of Education had
quite a number of both white and colored
applicants to teach school up for examina
tion last Friay.
If yo. have anything to exhibit at the
State Fair send stamp to the Secretary Col.
Thomas W. Hollaway, Pomaria, S. C., for a
a premium list.
New crop. turnip seed for sale. B. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
-According to the announced iaitentions
of Governor Ellerbe he has issued a proc
lamnation removing all the State constables
to take effect on to-morrow.
Thbe demand for premium list of the btate
Fair still continues, although 2000 have
been mailed. Write soon,enclosing stamp,
before the supply is exhausted.
Crushed Fruits served at Brockinton's
Rev. James McDowell is; in Georgetown,
with aspecial committee appointed by
I.rznony Presbytery, for the purpose of
establishing a Presbyterian church there.
Select specimens of your choicest fruits,
vegetables and grains for exhibition at the
State Fair; a little forethought will secure
one or more of the handsome premiums.
Complete stock of delicious confectionery.
I. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Strolling out to some farm near by in the
country to get grapes is a favorite little
recreation among some couples. .What
nice little excuses Cupid does originate
when he wants to.
For an early crop, plant Pearl Onion
Sets, for sale by Rt. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Farmers! bring or send the fruits of your
labors to the State Agricultural anid Me
enanical Society's Fair, and you need not
exclaim as many are heard to do every
year, "I can beat that."
Golden Machine Oil for gins and mills,
R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Mr. WV. B. Wilson of Charleston, man
ager of the Carolina Grocery Company,
spent to-day in Manning perfecting his ar
rangements for a mutual benefit association
he is endeavoring to organize.
Get cool at Brockinton's.
LOST or stolen: Large black and tan
female hound with white star in breast,
answers to name "Chin." Had on leather
collar. Information leading to her re
covery will be rewarded. 0. E. WEBBEE.
Finest line of pens and pencils, tablets
from ic. up, B. B. Loryea, the druggist.
A dwelling house on the plantation of
Mrs. Willie Davis, in the Fork, was de
stroyed by fire last Saturday. The house
was occupied by a family by the
name of Pack and they lost everything
they had. We understand there was
about $250 insurance on the house.
Pearl Onion Sets for sale by Rt. B. Lor
yea, the druggist.
The editor of Txm Trrs was suddenly
called away from town and has therefore
not been able to give his entire attention
to this issue. We had intended giving
each of our advertisers a "write-up" in tbis
week's issue, but having been callei away
has prevented us, but look for it next week
Ices, S~hakes and Coca-Cola and Sodas at
Mr. C. J. Epps, formerly of this town
but latterly of Walterboro, accompanied by
his brother, Mr. Edward Epps, one of
Kingstree's bandsomne merchants, came to
Manning on a visit to friends last Suniday.
Later developments will no doubt show
which is the other brothe'r's friend.
Elegant stock of paper and envelopes in
boxes, from five cents up. 1R. B. Loryea,
Prof. B. J. Browne hadla serious attack
of cramp while surveying in the woods in
Salem last saturday. He was by himself at
the time and was eating his lunch when
the attack came on, and was in an almost
unconscious condition, unable to do any
thing for himself, for about a half hour be.
fore any one came to him. The chain
bearers~ ad gone to get their dinner, and
iot until they returned was any assistane
rendered him. He was then taken to Al
ccli, where he received medical attention,
.ad is now nn again.
Mr. L. M. McRoy, father of our towns
mmn Mr. O. W. MeRoy, died in Sumter
last Monday. after an illness of some
length. The remains were brought and in.
terred in the Manning cemetery yesterday
afteinoon with Masonic honors. Mr. Me
Roy was a quiet and good citizen an.
had reached the ripe age of seventy odi
Every Democratic voter should turn o:it
on October 12th and vote. Don't content
yourselves that there is no use in voting
and that the candidates will be elected a::y
how. The voters of Clarendon will vote
for a member in Congress from the Sixth
District and a State Senator, and you
should not only give these gentlemen who
are the candidates of the Democratic party
as complimentary a vote as possible, but
voters should not allow themselves to be
come indifferent at any general election.
They should turn out and always show at a
general election that they are still together
and mean to remain so and maintain white
Harris' Nickle Plate show drew quite
crowd here last Thursday and everything
passed off quiet. There was no drunken
ness. The show was an old-time one ring
circus and was good. The men connected
with the management were a genteel setand
matte a good impression. Like with every
other circus fakirs follow in the wake to
catch "Silly Billies" who have more money
than brains and they always succeed in
finding what they look for. We hear that
one man lost thin:y dollars trying to find
the shot under the shell and another lost
twenty-five at the same engagement. Both
of these "damphools" expected to buy wed
ding suits with their money, but they went
home without the clothes, and if their girls
have good sense, these fellows will.also be
required to look elsewhere for wives.
When cotton goes down to five and five
eighths cents a pound, as it has done in
Manning this week, it is hard on the farm
ers. Every one has been expecting cotton
to go higher, and in the face of no surplus
from last year and the appearance of only
an average crop this year, the speculators
still succeed in bearing the market. We
verily believe that we shall see better
prices later, but the trouble is that they
may come too late t-) do the farmers any
good. A rise in the price of cotton after -t
has all been gathervl and has left the
hands of the farmers will really do them
harm, as it will stimulate them to plant
larger crops next year to the neglect of pro.
visions, and then they are liable to have
the same low prices again. It is not always
wisdom to advise the holding of cotton, but
to all appearances if there ever was a year
to hold it this is one. If we were owing
money that was pressing us and had only
cotton to pay it with we do not think we
would keep our creditors out of it by hold
ing, but if we had cotton and were not
obliged to sell we certainly think the:e
would be little to lose in taking the risk of
Several parties were fleeced here last
Thursday in their efforts to buck the
"greasy pig" on the show grounds; and the
surprising part of the business is. that
among the victi:ns were men who should
have known better. We saw young men
slip away from their sweethearts to get a
whack at the "pig." Then we saw men
who have great responsibilities upon them
slip up, and gamble with the fakirs; some
of these men were they to be exposed would
find trouble with their church affiliations
and others would not be pleased to have
the thing "broke off into them" on the
political hustings. We make the predic
tion that the woods will be full of the
squeahngs of the "greasy pig" if ever again
a certain man who is afflicted with an
office tapeworm runs for office. 'Tis bad
enough, yea, frightful for young men to
fritter away their earnings with sharpers,
but when it comes to men who are constant
ly asking the people to entrust them with
public position it is demorali4ng in the
extreme. If people cannot resist tempta
tion they should keep away from a show
ground; it would be far better for them to
seek riches in the yellow fields of Kiondike
and run the risk of freezing to death. No
man so simple as to run up against a
"greasy pig" at a show is fit to be entrusted
with the confidence of the people, and were
the ones we saw, now holding any official
place we would not fail to expose them, be
cause we regard a man holding office sub
ject to public criticism, but fortunately the
people are spared this.
BUCHLEN'S ABMlCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles,or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded. Price'25c. per box. For sale by
Rt. B. Loryea.
Scholarship standing for week ending
Collegiate, MicSwain Woods and Lucille
Alsbrook; higher, Hugh Touchberry; in
termodiate, Bishop Alsbrook; primary, Ma
The conduct medal was voted to Lucille
List of Jurors.
The following is the list to serve as petit
jurors at the Court of General Sessions, to
be held at Manning. beginning October
J F McFaddin, Sandy Grove; Daniel
Mims, Sandy Grove; W R Evans, Foreston;
C WV Brown, Panola; J W Barrow, New
Zion; J H Horton, Davis Station; J W
Touchberry, Packsville; E C Coskrey. Wil
son; John Driggers, Workman; S W Grif
fin, Panola; J C Logan, Manning; J E
Green, New Zion; M M Graham, Pine
wood; Et G Barrineau, Sandy Grove; Jake
Harvin, Oakland; Rt E Evans, Foreston; A
I Barron, Manning; Rt L Bell, Packsville;
F J Hodge. Pinewood1; J F Cutter, Jordan;
L P Hardy, New Zion; J M Richardson,
Sr., Panola; W C Corbet, Foreston; S S
Stone, Packsville; J M Oliver, Foreston; 0
E Webber, Manning; T H Harvin, Silver;
A T Buddin, New Zion; John E Morris,
Seloc; & J Castine, Seloc; Rt W Coker,
Seloc; J P W Gibbons, New Zion; W M
Plowden, Manning; Samuel Sparks, St.
Paul's; WV J Turbeville, Shiloh; A J Holla
Sumter's Racket Man.
Never has there been such an impetus
given to commercial affairs as has been this
the fall season of 1897. Every newspaper
in the State is filled with good, live adver
tisements, which sho~ws that the merchants
are huatling. Look at Bush. the Racket
man of Sumter. He has given to our read
ers an evidence of his enterprise by going
into this paper with a whole page. This is
business and the people realize that a man
with the grit, push, energy and persever
ance tbat Bush exhibits must be a man who
does what his motto indicates, Underbuy
and Undersell. We want our readers when
they visit Sumter to go to the Diamond
Racket Store. Look for the big banner
stretched across the street..
Manning Collegiate Institute.
The session for 1897-98 opens September
I, 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 Sl to $3 per month.
For further information addreca,
E. J1. BROWNE, Principal.
Aug J. Bogel, the leading druggist of
Shreveport, La., says: -'Dr. King's New
Discovery is the only things that enres my
cough, and it is the best seller I have." J.
F. Campbell, merchant ol Safford, Ariz.,
writes: "Dr. King's N'ew Discovery is all
that is claimed for it; it never fails, and is
a sure cure for Consumption, cough and
cols. canotsay enough for its merits.'
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, cotigh s and colds is not an experi
ment. It has been tried for a quarter of a
century. and to-day stands at the head. It
never disappoints. Free trial bottles at
R. B. Lorvea's.
Every land owner should have a plat of
his land. I will do surveying for the pres
ent on Saturdays. Call on or address
E, J. Baowsz,
Hel R. B. LORYEA,
.u byn ninr 'e -o n i r;r 1)ra ..
Is needed by poor, tired mothers, debilitated n:
and run down because of poor. thin blood. Help .
is needed by the nervous sufferer, the men and DRUGS AND MEDiCIN
women tortured with rheumatism, neuralgia,
dyspepsia, scrofula, catarrh. Help comes Paternt Med icines.
quickly when lood's Sarsaparilla begins to en- 1'ai t s a"1i(d Uils, -e t acles:aunl
rich. purify and vitalize the blood and send it E
I a healinrg, nour:ishling. invigorating stream to E
all ti' i,.rvcs, muscles and organs of the body. Hair, Nail and Tooth Brrrushis,
Toilet oni ps
an d Perfumirery.
Stationery and (:feetionery
Or anything else kept in a first class
Sarsaparilla DRUG STORS
Is the 'ie True .:od Purifier. All druggists. 61. r nr l
Ir.i-wr. :"u:y i.y (. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, ias. Prescriptiours Oarefully (")r1111,; 11,(1'
-- ! ed at all hours of the dlay or nlight by
'cure Liver Ills; easy to a eo'mpetent and experienced phar
N000~s PillS take.easy to operate. 25e. mnacist.
"Notice. Lor y
OFFICE OF CotNTY SUPERvIsoR, B .
MANLNGI, S. C., Sept. 1, 1897. The Druggistl.
In accordance with Section 490, General SIGN OF THE GOLDEN MORTARh
Statutes, it is unlawful for persons to en
gage in or offer for sale any pistol, rifle,
cartridges less than .45 calibre, or metal SLPE1VISOWS NOTICE.
knuckles, without first having obtained a
license therefor. OFFICE CONTY SUPERVISOR,
Now, therefore, take notice: Any per- CLAr.zan0N COUNTY.
son found dealing in pistols, cartridges, or a 189.-The
knuckles without first having paid to the Mannig. oi Ci, Jn t e.
County twenty-five dollars for a license will Counrir ofea e i e opn on
be prosecuted. and if convicted. they shall
be punished by a fine not over $500, or im- of b e o of t weeks
prisoned not more than one year or both
at the court's discretion. and bridges.
. C OwENs,
Supervisor, C. C S CoTntE .niEerMsTr
A BANK ROBBER
Always investigates his surroundings carefully and thoroughly
before finally deciding upon 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 Honey 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!
;- Men's Suits, all sizes, $2 to $40.
Youth's Suits, all sizes, $2 to $15.
Boys' Knee Pants Suits, 60c. to $G.
Men's Pants from 50c. to $10.
Boys' Pants from 20c. to $2.50.
Full line of Men's and Boy's Shoes, $1
Remember this, too:
We only advertise what we have and we know we can save you
Our Clarendon friends please give us a call.
STUBBS BROSI & CUTTINO,
Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Fuirnishings,
sToMTrm , - - a C
Opposite Bank of Sumter.
Mr. Cuttino of this firm is no longer connected with the firm of Brown,
Cuttino & TDelgar.
All goo'ds marked dowin and the stock
must be sold.
From now on look in TirE TIEs for bar
gains, such as never have been offered in
this market betore.
Competition is the life of trade -and I pro
pose to make my~ competi tors keep or the
alert through this season. lrc(jin
S 1 am too busy opening u~p thelirg n
titres of goods of all kinds now daily rriv.
ing to devote much time to other zatters,
but I stop lon.g enough to say to the peoplhe
*that rll of my goods are sul~j~ct to the
greatly reduced prices.
For the present I will mecntion theise
Lacdies' .Dongola Buttoni,
Jamies .Means' Celebratecd
$8 now going at $2.25.
Reynolcds' Famnous $2 to be
sacrificecd at $1.48.
Later I will give you prices of othier
grades that will wake up and astonish you.
Listen-Shirting Prints, fist colors, 4. per
Merrimack Shirtings at Sc. per
The handsomest line of Dress Goods in
Clothing, Hats, Notions >>nd Trimmings,
all to be sold at marvelously low figures.
Watch me and I will show you where
to secure bargains.
I wish to call your attention to my iarge stock of Clothing.
I have the largest and lest selected stock of Clothing ever
brought to this market and I am selling at prices that will
astonish you. So wi'ii you are ready to buy a Suit come
in and look through my iniiense stock, and after getting
my prices I know you will buy if good and cheap goods will
My stock of Underwer is complete and the cheapest I ever saw.
I can sell you a nice wool Shirt for 50c. I keep the Wright's ~
Underwear-tiwe best that is made. You can't find it any
where else in town.
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H A TS. i
There is no end to them. I can sell you a Hat from ?3c. up to *3.
I have ten dozen Hats, Alpine shape, which I sell at s1. All
who have bought them say they are the best hats they
have ever seen for the money. So when.g ou come to town
and want a Hat come in and look at my line and I am sure
you will buy before going out.
I have the largest line of Shoes that I have ever had, both ladies'
and gentlemen's. It is useless for inc to say anything about
this ware; everybody knows that I keep the best shoes in
town. If I sell you a pair of shoes and tell you they are
cm- good and they prove not to be so, bring them back and I -
will make it good.
Well, I cannot leave the ladies out; I must tell them something
I have the prettiest line of Dress Goods that you have ever
seen on this market. Come in and get my prices; you will
be surprised to see how cheap I am selling them, and re
member with every Twenty-Five Dollars' worth of goods -
you buy you will get a nice piece of TABLE SILVER FREE.
Now remember, you don't pay any more for goods than he
fore. If I can't sell you goods as cheap or cheaper than
anywhere else why I don't want you to buy them. When
I go to buy my goods I try to buy from the house that will
give the best and cheapest goods.
C I have a line of Dress Patterns that I am selling cheap. They -
are the prettiest shings I have ever seen in the way of Dress
Goods. I bought my fine goods in patterns so that no two -
can get dresses alike, for I know that a lady does not like
any one else to have a drers like hers.
I have a large line of Corsets. I keep the Thompson Glove Fit
ting, the R. & G. and the Dr. Warner's-the three most pop
ular corsets used.
I have not mentioned half of the goods I keep, as time will not -
allow me to do so, but remember I keep everything found .
in a General Merchandise store; so when you come to town -
don't fail to call on me and get my prices, for it will help
you to buy your goods right, even if you don't buy from
me. It is no trouble for us to show goods, but a pleasure, -
as they are so good and cheap.
E. 0. H0F-RT0N.2
Desires to announce to the buyer's of Clarendon County.
especially the ladies, that our large and elegant stock of
Dress Goods, Trimmings, Cloaks, Capes
and Fine Shoes
Is no'w in and we are better prep~ared than ever to supply
your wants in everything pertaining to
Progress is the order of the day with us. and this season
finds us with greatly improved facilities f'or displaying the
many high class Novelties shown exclusively by us, and bet
ter still, our prices through the entire season will be quoted
without any advance on account of the Tariff'.
You must see the
IOwl Cloth Suitings,
Ladies' Broadcloths for
' ITailor-Made Suits in all the
SNewx French Colorings.
IWe thank our Clar'endon friends for the liberal patron
age which we have received in the past, anld assuzring them
that we shall endeavor by fir and square dealing to merit a
continuance of tile same, we are,
Very truly yours.
STJMTER, S. C.
JReglator-s of "Erices for S'LInter,
Our stock of General Merchandise is now complete. We
have bought largely and before prices advanced and are in a
position to offer "Great B-ugains" to our customers.
Boys' Suits, G5c. to $4.
Men's Suits, $3.98 to $15.
From 38c. to $6.
All Wool Pants for $1.23.
Shoes, Shoes, Shoes.
The largest stock in town and we are selling same at re
Ladies' Dress Doncola for 9S-. to St.
Men's Dress Dotiola for $1 to $5.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
Ladies, give us a call before you buy your fall and winter
goods. We can save you money and give you some of the
prettiest goods ever put on the market. We carry the best
line of Corsets ever offered to the ladies of Clarendon.
A large stock of Domestics at lowest prices.
Always on hand and at lowest prices.
Ask for our 25c. per pound Tobacco.
Ask for our 12 1-2c. per pound Coffee.
We are headquarters for the New Home Sewing Machines.
Sold on easy terms. Call and see us.
HARVIN & BARRON.
What The N. Y. Racket an Do,
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 in 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 nut 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, Prorieor
That's what some of our friends say, by making such a
small 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
Isecure the patronage of everybody. We do not sell one
article at or below cost and make 100 per cent. on another.
3 The Same Profit on All Goods.
Hardware, Stoves, Harness, Wagon and Buggy 3Material,
Crockery, China, Glass, Agate and Tinware.
GusRifles, Pistols, Cartridges and Loaded Shells.
I nd.-We sell No. 8 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,
W\heels, Hubs, etc.
5th.-Comne and see our China, Crockery, Glass and Agateware.
we have on han-1 the New Deeing Ideal \Mowing Machines and
Rakes. The Kentneky three roll Cane Mils aind Evaporating Pans. Eight
Ball Croqnet Sets, s1.7~>.
I Orders by flail Given Prompt Attention.
A. C. DAVIS, Manager.
THE MANNING HARD!ARE CO,
Invites the public to inspect their stock, comprised in
part of the foflowing:
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters. A good No. 7
Store for $5.
Mill Supplies-Pipe, 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 .3.5.
Farm Tools and Implements-Plows, Hoes,
Shovels, Spades, Forks and Rakes.
Tools for Tinners, Blacksmiths, Gunsmiths, Machinists, Carpenters,
Horse Farriers, Shoemakers and Batchers. A good Bellows for $5.25.
Cutlery-Butcher Knives, Pocket Knives, Hunting Knives and Ta
Homse Builders' Hardware-Locks, .Hinges, Bolts,' Fasten
ings, etc. Galvanmzed and Decorated 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, Razor Strops. Clippers. Shears and Scissors of all sorts.
Single and Double Barrel Guns, Rifles, Shells, Shot, Powder, Caps,
Nails--Cut, WVire. Finishing and Horse Shoe Nails.
Bolt s-Carriage, Stove, Plow, Machine and Bolts of all kinds.
Nuts, Washers, Copper Rivets, Taeks, Brads, etc., etc.
Sheet Tin, Sheet Iron, Solder, Babbit Metal, etc.
Hardware, Tinware, Agateware, Stoveware, Potware, etc.
Horse and Mule Shoes, Stove Pipe and Elbows.
'We are licensed dealers in Pistols and Pistol and3 Rifle Cartridges, and carry a full
stek of these goods which wc sell as cheap as they can be sold anywhere.
A good Pistol for $1.50.