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r- ;LISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
.EDNESDAY, DEC. 15, 1897.
A Great Bargain
In Patent Leather Shoes.
- secured several cases of gent's fine1
. t-nt LeatLcr zhoe-s that we are able to
r at loss th :n wholesale cost- 9.50 for
Patent Leather shoe that retails in any i
n for $5. Yuag gent's, if you want t
.ice p air of shoes cheap, call and see us. 1
If yo want to buy cheap shoes of any a
kind. we can please you. d
We are offering some great bargains in e
Ready.Made Clothing :
Remember, children. Santa Claus has his
Great bargains in all lines of Dry Goods,
Shoes. Hats and Clothing.
ltemten:ber, ladies, we have all kinds of
Fruit for your Christmas Cake. p
All kinds of Nuts and Fancy Candies for I
A full line of Fireworks. c
Call and see the big values we offer in t
Yours for a Merry Christmas, 0
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
Senators Tillman and McLaurin are both
:11 in Washington.
C.l. B. P. Barron has been confined to
his home with rheumatism.
Do not forget that the county tax books
el e on the last day of this month.
to Irockinton's for whatever you
The young people ought to arrange for a
public entertainment Christmas week.
There are lots of Clarendon people in
Charleston taking in the gala festivities.
Mr. J. F. Bradham has been appointed
a member of the County Board of Control.
A lovely assortment of decorated Vases.
B. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Clerk of Court J. H. Timmons is having
his residence dressed with a nice coat of
Mr. W. T. Lesesne left last Monday night
to attend the Grand Lodge of Masons in
The town council has given out a con
tract for the boring of an artesian well int
front of the dourt house.
Lowney's delicious Confectionery, in 1-2
anid 1-lb. boxes. B. B. Loryea, the drug- 1
MIoses L. Johnson of New Zion was this
morning taken to the hospital for the iu-i
sane by'8heriff Bradham.
* Next week we will give our readers a
Christmas supplement that will be pleasingI
to young and old alike.
A fine line of stationery at Brockinton's,
at all prices. Next to M. Levi's.
Governor Ellerbe announced yesterday
that there would be no extension of taxes.
So everybody pay up and save the penalty.
We had a pleasant call from .Judge 0. W.
tBuchanan last Sa. .rday. He spent several
hours in town on business with Solicitor
Handsome line of Christmias Novelties at
very low prices. R. B. Loryea, the drug
Every member of St. Peter's Lodge A.
F. M. ~should attend the next communica
tion which will be hell on the evening of
the 27th inst.
Superintendent of Education Richbourg
requests us to state that he will be in his<
cffice on Friday, the 24th inst. to approve i
Trade has picked up considerably in the
past two weeks. All of our advertisers have
been doing a fine business and are contin
uing to do so.
The most superb line of decorated China
Cups and Saucers ever brought to Man
ning. B B. Loryea, the druggist.
R. B. Loryea, the druggist, has Santa
Claus' agency for Christmas presents.
United States revenue officers are look- 1
ing into the illicit sale of whiskey in this
county and we are informed that they have I
already run upon considerable "booze."
I'here will be a marriage on the 23rd
inst. at the residence of Mr. R. W. Green,
near Seloc. The contracting parties will
be Mr. Rufua Dennis and Miss Lizziet
Look-look-go to Brockinton's for that
wonderful Celery Compound, only S1. pe-.
bottle. Next to M. Levi's.
Damon Lodge No. 13, K. of P., will hold I
its regular meeting Thursday evening at S I
o'clock. A full attendance is desired. as
election of officers for the ensuing term
will be held.
TaE T1'Izs is nowv duly installed in its]
new and handsome building. next door to
the bank. acd whenever our friends come
*to town we will be pleased to see them at
our quarters. 3
Ladies, call and make your selecti' n
-from our immense line of Christmas Nov
eIties before our stock is broken. R. 23.
Loryea, the drnggist.
Ex-Governor John Gary Evans and Misst
Ensiv PlIume were married to-day at the res- 2
iden~ce of the bride's parents in Con necticut.t
The bride is a daughter of a weaitthy lam p
Look in our windows attour beautiful
display of Cups and Saucers and Vases.
R. B. Loryea, the drngg'ist.
Santa Claus has made his headquarters
_in every store in town where there are toys
and fancy goods for sale. That is. if the
salesmen and salesladias are correct in their
statements to customers.
-The bus-iness portion of our town pre
sents quite a city appearance since the
merchauts have put up their new and pret
tv signs. Mr. W. L. Brown, a first class
painter, has been spending seveal weeks
here and his artistic work is seen on every '
hand. He painted a very pretty sign on
the transom light of the bank, and he alsoc
placed a very handsome sign over the office
of THE TIMEs. . r. Brown is a Iirst class j
workman, and wherever he goes he de- (
serves all the work he can get, as he gives ]
- trons their full money's worth.
Extracts and Spices are
ength and purity. R.
let our readers a
Supervisor, as i
J. Richbourg. i1
Ir. Richbourg iI
THE TIMxs, I
ow that T1. C. c
and A. J. Rich- t
re his associatesli
the places where
aired the roads e
ble to tell his
has done fine
There is a young man man in Jenkinson'
store who will give to the successful
;uesser a handsome present of silver from
his large collection of silver, for guessing
:he date of his coting marriage; a hand.
some toilet set to the one who guesses th<
aname of the lady he is to marry, and a fine
pair of kid gloves to the one who will gues
correctly the color of the lady's hair and
eyes. All of these guesses must be made
before the 23rd inst., and on Christmas eve
:he announcement of the winners will be
The musicale to be given at Hon. J. M.
Richardson's, near Panola, on the evening
f the 28th inst. will be one of the social
vents of the season and as the affair is for
t benevolent purpose, of course the public
s invited. Young men and young ladies,
f von have never attended an entertain
uent given by the people of the Panola
ulton sections, then by all means do not
iss this opportunity to spend a most de
ightful evening. A mus:cale there means
uch music as is seldom heard away tromh a
rofessional orchestra at a first crass play in
good theatre, and the refry-sh:ueuts will
,e prepared and served in a ioanner to
lease the most fastidious epicure. The
atire entertainment will be man..ged by
copie who are cultured and refined, and
bey will leave nothing undo:e to make
ieir guests have an evening of pleasure.
Ve return thanks for ourself and wife for a
pecial invitation, and if there is not a
rought in paregeric so that we can get
nough to put the baby to sleep, we will
oth be there.
Seed Cotton Violators.
In last week's issue of THE TrnxEs we
ublished the list ot those who have com
lied with the law and paid to the clerk of
2a court the license fee of x25 to buy seed
otton. This was done at the request of a
iember of the grand jury who is disposed
> give those who bought seed cotton with
ut having procured the license a chance
come forward and pay their money.
This juryman is determined to have the
.w -ntorccd and when court meets't all of
csc who have rot p:id in their :onoey Le
ipreseat to the ecourt. Three is a law
equitg a license in this coaunty to pur
base seed cotton, and as long ; that law
eCL:ins it should be enforced without re
pet of persons. We do not believe in the
iw, and think our representatives should
ee that it is repealed, but at the same time
t is law now. and no one should be allowed
o treat the law with contempt.
There is too much indifference being
hown these days about respecting the
aws of the land, and if something is not
lone to correct it soon, all law will be treat
d the same way and chaos will be the re.
tlt. There are a number of merchants
rho have bought seed cotton in this county
n violation of law, and yet they expect the
yrotection of the law when they themselves
r.: infringed upon. The only way to keep
his county from being run over by those
nelined to disregard law is to make a strict
nforcement without showing partiality.
We sincerely hope this warning will be
ufficient to cause those who failed to take
>ut the licence to come up and save them
elves the annoyance of answering in court.
'Now is Your Time
'o protect yourself against Xmas and in
endiary fires. Insure in the Home Mu
al of South Carolina and keep your money
t home and encourage and build up home
all on our agent, J. D. Alsbrook, and he
ill write you up.
19-4t] THos. F. H nzoN, Gen'l Agt.
Honor Roll of Friendship School.
The following pupils received from 90 to
00 on studies in November, 1897:
Ben McLeod, mathematics, English, his
orv, dictionary, geography and physics.
lbert McLeod, mathematics, English,
iistory, dictionary, geography and phys.
Janie Hodge, mathematies. English, his.
ory, dictionary, geography and physics.
Marie Hodge, mathematics, English, his.
ory, dictionary, geography and physics.
Sallie Fann, mathematics, English, his
ory, geography and physics.
Walter Hodge, mathematics, English,
istory, geography and dictionary.
Oliver Plowden, methemiatics, English,
istory, spelling, reading and geography.
Mai-y Plowden, English, mathematics,
pel'i~g and geography.
Lula Hodge, English, geography, history
Wiley Hedge, mathematics, reading and
Sammie Plowden, dictionary, mathemat
cs, history and geography.
Ada McLeod, spelling and reading.
Minnie Johnson. spelling and reading.
Carrie Lee and Eddie Lee, spelling.
Robert McLeod, reading and spelling.
Baxter Lee, spelling and reading.
WIfe of R1ev. 5. A. Nettles Dead.
Spartanburg. S. C., Dec. 13.-Mrs. Lee
ones Nettles died last night at the resi
lence of her mother in this city. She was
he youngest daughter of the Rev. S. BS.
ones. .About two years ago she was mar.
ied to the Rev. S. A. Nettles of the South
arolina Conference. Several weeks ago
e became quite ill at her home at Lan
tum. Thinking that she could have bet
er medical treatment, she was brought to
cr mother's home.
The above dispatch will be received by
he people of Clarendon with sadness.- Few
f them knew Mrs. Nettles, but their high
'steem for Mr. Nettles sends out to hima
leep and a sincere sympathy in this his
mine of severe affliction.
It was our good fortune to have met
his lady, and her cultivated and re
ned manners at once made us feel as if
re had known har for years. The news of
ir death is especially sad to us, and our
eartfelt sympathy goes out to her family
nd friends. We can truly say that the en
ire town of Manning sympathizes with
le. S. A. Nettles in this sad loss.
Columbia. S. C.. Dec. 6, 1897.
dr. J. Elbert Da'vis. 'au nty Chairman
Manning Pen~sion Board.
Dear Sir:-Your attention is directed to
ee. 1 of Pension Law 1897, which provides
or a meeting of the Township P-nsion
oards. You will at once give notice tc
-our Township Pension Boards to meet on
he third Monday. Jan. 17th, 1898, to con
ider all new applications for pension and
evise the roll of 1897. The Township
oards will give their reasons for dropping
ny name from the roll. The Pension Board
'lected in 1897 will serve until August,
898. The rules of the State Board with~
ther blanks will be sent you for distribu
ion at an early day. Any expense incur
ed in the way of postage in transmitting
hasa blanks will be paid at this office.
D. H. THoMPE.I~s, Sec. State.
W. A. BABEn, Att'y Gen..
L. P. EPTON, Comp. Gen.,
State Board of Pensions.
The South Carolina Conference which
et at Florence gave out the following ap
tointments for the Sumter District:
Presiding Elder, T. J. Clyde; Sumter. J.
. Clifton; Sumter city mission, W. A. Kel
ey; Sumter circuit, W. M. Byrd; Manning,
'. H. Hodges; Santee, A. B. Watson; Jor
an, W. A. Pitts; Foreston, J. R. Copeland;
iew Zion. W. E. Wiggins; Lynchburg, W.
1. Justus; Oswego, J. F. Anderson; Bish
pville. J. W. Elkins; Bethany, G. H. Par
er; Salem station, S. W. Henry; Kershaw,
G. Beckwith; Smithville, W. T. Duncan;
amden, J. T. Pate; Camden circuit. B. M.
lobertson; Wateree, S. D. Baily; Richland,
'.J White; Wedgefield, F. Spear.
The ancient Greeks belheved that the Pen
tes were the gods who attended to the wel
tre and prosperity of the family. They
'ere worshipped as household gods in every
ome. The household god to-day is Dr.
ing's New Discovery. For consumption,
oughs, colds and for all affections of the
broat, chest and lungs it is invaluable. It
as been tried for a quarter of a century and
aguaranteed to cure, or money returned.
o household should be without this good
ngel. It is pleasant to take and a safe and
ure remedy for old and young. Free trial
mottles at R. B. Loryea's drug store. Reg
Monday, December 6th, was a field day
for the sheriff and "Blue Monday" for those
whose property was forced on sale to sat
isfy a mortgige debt. The following w:s
the real estate sold.
Joseph Sprott et al. vs. Willis Davis, one
lot, $180, A. Levi, attorney, bidder.
W. D. Coker vs. Fleming, 100 acres, $85,
W. D. Coker, bidder.
Smith & Son vs. James A. Thames, 83 1-2
acres, $80, Wilson & DuRant, attorneys,bid
J. W. McLeod vs. Sampson Tindal, 33
acres, $50, J. W. McLeod, bidder.
E. V. Tomiinson et al. vs. DuBose et al..
40 1.4 acres, $225, Rhanes & Davis, bid
J. W. MeLeod vs. Baker et al., 33 acre,
$4'), .1. W. MeLeod, bidder.
Gr:ci.tru et al. vs. Hodge et al., 340 acres,
$700 il, E. J. Graham, bidder.
t. I. Manning vs. . A. DuRant, et al.,
803 aires. $2,600, D. W\. Ald.riian, bidder.
J. W. McLemii vs. Joseph P. P~owdtn, 25
acres, $50. J. W. MeLeod, bidler
M. B. Preslev vs. Oscar J. Tindal. 119
acres, $725. M. B. Pressiey, bidder.
Hlamme3(tt et al. vs. Conyers et al., 7l5
acres, $(=2U. I. C. Strau-s, bidder.
J. W. MeLeol vs. H. J. Abraham, 140
acr'-s. $100, J. W. McLeod. bidder.
S. 'd. Nexsen vs. Caroline Johnson et al ,
70 acres, $100. A. Levi, attorney, bidder.
The ('-.am vs. Hodge, Hammett vs.
Conyerb .ad Tomlinson vs. DuBose sales
were for partition.
We offer one hundred dollars reward for
any case of catarrh that cannot b3 cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CnEyyTv & Co., Props., Toledo, 0.
We the undersigned. have known F. J,
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their fir-n.
Wnsr & Travx, Wholesale Druggists. To
WAIpNG. 11INAN & MAavlN, Wholesale
Druggists. Toledn, 0.
Hail's Catarrh C:r, i.' tak n internally,
acting dir-'etiv unon tlio blod andi rincons
snrtaces of the system. Price 75c per bot
tie. Sold by all druggists. Testimionnus
Halls Family Pills are the best.
Its spires Point Heavenward.
The Epiecopaiians of the Panola and
Summerton neighborhood are completing
a gem of a little church in the village of
Summerton, and in its artistic finish it is
proving a great ornament to that City of
All praise to the little band of this de
nomination who, without adequate means
in hand to complete it, nevertheless laid its
foundation in faith, and with increasing
prayer labored for its final finish, and to
day its gilded cross points heavenward.
Help came in response to fuith, and even
from distant Philadelphia Christian women
sent generous aid and tender words of
cheer, and with the raising of a small bal
ance due the contractor, their beautiful
house of worship will be ready for an early
dedication by Bishop Capers. With this
end in view the ladies have arranged for a
musicale, with refreshments, to occur at the
commodious residence of the Hon. James
M. Richardson on the evening of the 28th
inst. This will be to the lovers of music a
rare treat indeed, for the splendid talents
of Summerton and Panola are to be sup
plemented by the generous aid of those
masters of music of the Fulton section,
famed for their tongue and touch.
Letter From Brogdons.
There was a very pleasant entertainment
at the hospitable residence of Mr. W. T.
Costin on Friday evening, the 3rd inst.,
given in honor of Miss Bessie DuRant.
The chief and most enjoyable feature of
the erening was the music furnished by
Miss Netta Williams and Mr. D. T. Wells
of Aleolu and Mrs. F. L. Collins, daughter
of the host, and the cutting of the ring
c ke. The latter caused mruch pleasurable
excitement, Mrs. Jennie Ballewv of Alcola
being the winner of the ring.
The evening will long be remembered by
the invited guests as one of unalloyed
pleasure. F. WV. WV.
Brogdon s, S. C., December 4, 1897.
SOMETHING TO KNOW.
It may be worth something to know that
the very best me'iicine for restoring the
tired out nervous system to a healthy vigor
is Electric Bitters. The medicine is purely
vegetable, acts by niving tone to the nerve
centres in the stomach, gently stimulates
the liver and kidneys, and aids these or
gans in throwing 'off impurities in the
blood. Electric Bitters improves the ap
petite, aids digestion, and is prononnced
by those who have tried it as the very best
blood purifier and nerve tonic. Try it.
Sold for 50c. or $I.00 per bottle at R. B.
Loryea's drug store. 2
Who Is It?
The following letter was received by us a
few days ago, which explains itself. Per
haps some of our readers can supply tLe
Houston, Tex., Dec. 8, 1897.
Dear Sir:-We are looking for the heirs
of Jesse Sitton. If you know of any one by
that name please hand them this card with
the request to write me. By doing so you
will confer a great favor on
STA N T E D-TRUSTWORTHY AND
active gentlemen or ladies to travel
for responsible, established house in South
Carolina. .Mon tbly $65 and expenses. Po
sition steady. Reference. Enclose self
adldressed stamped envelope. The Domin
ion Company, Dept. R., Chicago. [18-16t
GEN. R. E. LEE,
CITIZEN AND CHRISTIAN PATh!OT
A Great New Book for the People.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
Everywhere to show samples pages
and get up clubs.
EXTRAORDINARILY LiBERAL TERMS.
Money can be made rapidly, and a vast
amount of good done in circulating
one of the noblest historical works
published during the past
quarter of a century.
Acivo Agintl ail ECW ~elaing a Eich Lavt1l
Some of our best workers are selling
OVER ONE HUNDRED) BOOKS A WEEK.
Mr. A. G. Williams, Jackson county, Mo.,
worked four days and . half and secured 51
orders. He seils the nook to almost every
man be meets. Dr. J. J. Mason, Muscogee
county, Ga., sold 120 copies the first hve
days he canvassed. H. C. Sheets, Palo.
Pito county, Tex., worked a few hoursf
and sold 16 copies, mostly morocco bind
ing, J. H. Hanna, Gaston county, N. C.,
made a month's wages in three dlays can
vassing for this book. S. M. White, Calla
han county, Tex , is selling books at the
rate of 144 copies a week.
The Work Contains Biographical Sketches
of all the Leading Generals, a vast amount
'of Historical Matter, and a large number of
Beautiful Full-Page Illustrations. It is a
grand book, and ladies and gentlemen who
can give all or any part of their time to the
canvass are bound to make immense sums
of money handling it.
An Elegant Prospectus,
showing the different styles of binding,
sample pages, and all material necessary to
work with, will be sent on reeeipt of 50
cents. 'The magnificent gallery of por
traits, alone, in the prospectus is worth
double the money. We furnish it at far
less than actual cost of manufacture, and we
would advise you to order quickly, and get
exclusive control of the beat territory.
ROYAL PUBLISH ING CO.
1ith and Main Sts.,
RICHMOND. - - - VA.
A Great Storeful of Holi
day Goods Now Ready
The Prices Are the Lowest.
Lamps, Clocks and Watches.
Glassware, Toilet Articles,
Fancy Chinaware, Rugs, Albums,
Dolls in every description,
Toys in abundance,
Toy Baby Carriages, Wagons.
In fact everything
appertaining to that line.
Also to contibute more to the happi
ness and comfort of the season,
we have in stock such ap
petizing eatables as
Layer Raisins, Seedless Raisins,
Currants, Citron, Mince Meat,
Assorted Nuts, Candy,
French Sardines, Mustard Sardines,
Columbia River Salmon,
Sliced Breakfast Bacon,
Canned Apples, Peaches,
Mock Turtle Soup,
The best quality of Butter,
Flour, Self-Raising Flour,
Tea, Coffee, etc.
We havc made a BIG CUT in the
prices of our Clothing, such as Over
coats, Men's, Youths' and Boys'
Suits, and great bargains are offered.
To arrive in a few days-FIFTY
FASHIONABLE LADIES' CAPES,
and STYLISH DRESS GOODS, all
of which will be sold at LOWEST
S. A. RIGBY.
It flatters Not
How hard the times are, when Christ
mas comes the boys are going to
shoot fire works. I think I led in
fire works last year, and have bought
at close prices this year. I have a
big line. They are to come in Dec.
1st. Remember that my store will be
eadquarters for fire works.
Have just received a lot of the
choicest Citron, Currants already
leaned for use, Seedless Raisins,
Layer Raisins, California Prunes,
Pulverized Sugar for Icing, Mixed
J. H. LESESNE.
We have just opened and displayed
the-most complete and beautiful line
Chiristmias IN velties
Suitable for presents ever brought to
In Plush and Celluloid,
DECORATED CHINA CUPS AND
SAUCERS, SHAVING MUGS,
ROSE BOWLS, DECOR
ATED PLA TES,
BISQUE FIGURES, IMPORTED
VASES, WATER SETS, CEL
LULOID WORK BOXES
FINE PERFUMERY, CHILDREN'S
A BIG STOCK OF PURE, DELI
L .NE'FINE ConfeCtioner'y,
IN 1-2 AND 1-LB. BOXES.
In tact we have goods to suit every
taste, both in price and quality.
Our Christmas Good.s
Are Beautiful, Dainty and Artistic,
and are sold at prices to suit the hard
Call and make your selection before
our stock is broken.
R. B. LORYEA, EsIT
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN MORTAR.
What to Buy for Xmas
Settled Here for You.
Can you appreciate the advantage we have over all Sumter merchants
in having a resident buyer in New York, the largest market in this country;
one who is always on the lookout for new things and one who is well posted
on prices and where to buy the cheapest. Come and see the fruits of his
and our own efforts in the display of our
We will not take up your time with a lot of talk about selling out at
::ost this time of the year.
Our Bargain Fair and special sale prices have always been low enough
to satisfy the closest buyers.
For our Xmas Bazaar our prices on staple goods, such as
Dress Goods, Dry Goods, Shoes, Blankets,
Capes, Jackets, Clothing, Hats, Etc.,
will be the same, and if possible Lower Than Any Previous Sales.
All of the above make suitable and desirable presents, for which you
will be twice thanked-once for the present and once again for the service
received from same.
Fancy Articles for the Holidays,
We have converted the front of our store into a combination Book, Toy,
China and Fancy Goods Bazaar for the holidays.
Books at Less Than Publishers' Price.
D olls.......... ............ ..... ........................10c to $2.48.
Fancy Plates....... ................................... .6c to 30c,
Cups and Saucers............. ........... .................12c to 35c.
Fancy Tea Pots............ ................................23c to 50c.
Tea Sets for Ladies........................................23c to $1.25.
Vases, etc., all prices.
Handkerchiefs-the largest line of Embroidered Handkexchiefs ever
displayed ...... ..... ....................... ..........Sc to 73c.
.............. ...... ..TOYS FOR THE CHILDREN................... ...
BASKETS, -:. BASKETS,.-:- BASKETS.
Every conceivable shape, style and color of Fancy Baskets-from
Candy size to Clothes Hamper.... .......... . .5c to $3.98.
DON'T FAIL TO COME TO SUMTER TO VISIT OUR
THE OLD RELIABLE,
SUMTER, - - - S-.C
This is now December and cotton
2 still keeps down, and looks as if there
Sis no chance to go higher this season.
S I have alarge stock of
5 Shoes and Hats
SOn hand and they must be sold, and I 2
5 have concluded to sell them out this
So if there is anyth~ing you need in
this line, now is the time to get them
cheap. I have the goods you need, and
you have the money that I need, so come
Sto my store and buy your goods cheaper
than you can buy anywhere else in this
NOW IS TH TIM TO BUY
at from TEN to FIFTEEN PER CENT
CHEAPER than you can buy aniydem
S I call special attention to my stock of
Sthat I am selling out. I have a com
Splete stock in this line. When you
Sneed Suits for your boys, don't fail to
~come and look at mine and get prices 3
Sthat will astonish you.
S The above prices include everything 3
Sin my line except the Douglas Shoe;
on these I can't break prices. Remem
Sber I will sell you a WHEELER &
SWILSON SEWING MACHINE at fac
S Call and examine my stock before buying
EU C. HORTON.
Fire Workst To XMa
At the Very = Lowest Price.
We are ready and prepared to offer you big inducements for the next
We now have a complete stock of nice and
Ml fresh goods, just in. Can save you money on Coffce, Tobacco, Floor,
Good Coffee........ .... .................... .....10 and 12ic per lb.
Good Flour......................................i5 to 5.50 per barrel.
FRESH RAISINS, CURRANTS. CITRON, MIXED NUTS. CANDIES
AND CRACKERS FOR THE XMAS TR:\DE.
Don't fail to examine our stock of Xmas gcods before you buy.
Will sell our stock of
Clothing at Greatly Reduced Prices
or the next fifteen days. Can give you prices that will open your eyes to
he fact that we have underbought and can undersell others who sell even at
[0 per cent. Give us a trial and we will convince you.
We sell a good grade of Homespun at 2 7-Sc per yard that no one can
>eat at 3 1-2c., and remember that we are ready to meet all competition.
Buy Your Xmas Goods of Us.
HARVN & BAR RON.
We have just received our Spring supply of Plow Stocks,
Dixie Boys, Cast and Steel, Hames, Trace Chains, Single Trees,
Back Bands, Collars, Collar Pads, and in fact everything the
Before you visit CHARLESTON, get our prices, and we
GUARANTEE to save you at least freight on anything in our
Right H;ee Just a Few Prices.
Trace Chains............. .............18c to 30c per pair.
Back Bands, with Hooks....................8c to 35c each.
Collar Pads.......... ... ..................19c to 33c each. S
Single Trees...... ............. ..........12c to 25c each.
A Good Plow Bridle only......................... ...40c.
HARNESS, SADDLES. BRIDLES, EXTRA STIRRUPS AND
LEATHERS, TUGS, TRACES, REINS, DOUBLE
When you break your hames come to us for the broken parts.
Nothing beats the New South Cooking Stove and the Cole's
The largest line of China, Crockery and Glassware in town.
A complete line of Guns, Pistols, Rifles, Ammunition, etc.
Wagon and Buggy Material.
Thanking you for your past favors, we are
THE D VIS Tours truly,
U A. C D A VIS, Manager~.
__Don't spend your hard-earned money for trash,
Swhen you can buy something useful that will give 2
Smuch pleasure and satisfaction to the recipient as a
Give your wife or your daughter a Heater for j
the parlor, osmeTable Cutlery for the diin
Sroom, or some Tinware or Agateware for the pantry. 3
Sor a good Stove for tihe kitchen. or a Tin Toilet Set 2
Sfor the bedroom, or a pair of Shears or Scissors for 3
Give your husband or your son a good Axe, or
S aw, or Sett of Tools, or a Shot Gun. or a Rifle, or a
= Razor and Strop or a Pocket Knife, or a Hatchet, or 3
SHammer, or Hand Vice, or somethingz else equally
Suseful and lasting.
The above articles will be sol you at lowest
STHE MANNING HARDNARE CO,
FRANK P. ERVIN, Manager.
F3urniture, -:- Sale of Personal Property,
e BY VIRTUE OF AUTiIoRIIY VESTED
*,'. ~ L ire. in meL by J. HI. Timmrons, C. C. C. P. and
G.s C. C. I will sell to the highest biblr
for cah, in front of the court house, in
1898, between the ha~thG aad
Our stock is up to date inW t ftt day the foniwing property, t w
wi:hirty-three and three-fourths bushLsA
U.LI anPR E.corn in the ear: II busbeis ot cotton seed
UALTY ad PRCE.and 108 bounds fodder, seized as the prop
Bed Room Suilts at a great bar- erty of .Jamnes wV. Shepherd to satisfy hnn
given to C. 31. Davis tor supp~ies for the
raln. year 1897.
DANIEL .1. BLADHiAM,
Our Oak Safes are b)eauties. sheriff caronlan county, s5. C.
Decmber 1:3, 1@i7. [21- I
Poplar Safes at $2.75 and up.jii~i.'0 C )AI
Poplar Beds $2 and up. RH^" L~
Mattresses $2. I
Oak Cob. Seat Rockers are the MNIG s. c.
:heapest we ever had. p R. J3. FRANK GEIGER,
Chairs too numerous to mention. DNLT
IUdertaking lDepartment al- \I('.b.
T~avs. readyv for business-.uvym uvyg
Every land owner should have a plat 0f
Aiii1i1i.AAA.AU1 hi bln'd. I w il d survey ing for the p re
ent on Saturdays. Call on or address
NACM . J. Browsz,
8-t.\Manning, S. C.
Store Below Bank. Cl raeS
.W2so...C. DoiAIsT- Cold Breakers.
WIILSON & DURANT> Three or four doses in time will
stop) "Grippe" or cure your cold in 8
Altorneys and Counselors at Law, toII EE hors Dr~ 2. Sor Sale b
MvrANNNS C. 20-13tl Alcoiu. S. C.