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LOUIS APPELT, EDITORt.
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12, 1898.
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No communication of a personal cbar
acter will be published except as an adver
Entered at the Post Office at Manning as
Jones the "moral principle" politi
cian, has made anothei blast upon
his own little horn; this time it is to
say that he is not a candidate for the
'United State Senate, unless he is en
dorsed by the prohibitionists of the
State. There is nothing like keeping
before the public, appears to be Mr.
Jones' idea at this time.
The Greenville News is having lots
of fun out of the Columbia State these
days and it is also trying to drag the
Tinrs into the game, but we prefer to
stand on the outside of the ropes
and watch the antics of these two
clowns. The State can afford to
play the "you-are-beneath-my-notice
game" and the News has lots to gain,
if it can succeed in being noticed by
Senator Tillman was the recipient
of courtesies from the mayor and
alderman of Charleston last week
and it resulted in his making an
effort to help Charleston in her de
sire to induce the government to
make that city a point for the em
barkation of soldiers. Mayor Smythe
and a few of the aldermen honored
the Senator with a dining at the Char
leston Hotel and they alo wanted to
give him an excursion around the
harbor. While all of this was going
on Ben's pitch fork was lying close at
hand ready for use at an opportune
moment. Well let it go at that, Ben
Tillman, South Carolina's senior Unit
ed States Senator treated with respect
in the city of Charleston, ha! ha! hur
It seems that the soldiers are hav
ing a monkey and parrot tim~e among
themselves. The 1st S. C. Regiment
is now in Columbia waiting to be
mustered out and from the Columbia
correspondence it seems that the
boys will not be set free until the
officers have had an opportunity to
gratify their spite against Lieutenant
Colonel Tillman, for his activity in
getting the authorities to muster out
the boys so that they may go home.
As a rule the officers are not anx
ious to go out of service because
their salaries, are much more than
than they can make at home, and
naturally do not like the idea of the
boys petitioningto be set free. Colonel
-Tillman, after ascertaining the wishes
of the soldiers, went to work to use
his influence that their wishes might
be gratified, and for this he is much
hated by his fellow-officers.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There is
only one way to cure deafness, and that is
by constitutional remedies. Deafness is
caused by an inflamed condition of the
mucous lining of the Eustachian tube.
When this tube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed deafness is the
result, and unless the inflamnation can t~e
taken out and this tube restored to its nor
mal condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed
condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give one hundred donars for any
case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
A LITER ARY CURIOSITY.
What a Pack of Cards Serves For.
A private soldier by the name of
Richard Lee was taken before the
magistrates of Glasgow, for playing
cards during divine service. The ac
count of it is thus given in the En
Sergeants commanded the soldiers
at the church, and when the pastor
had read the prayers he took the text.
Those who had a Bible took it out,
but this soldier having neither Bible
nor common prayer book, took out a
pack of cards; he laid them out be
fore him; he first looked at one card,
and then at another. The Sergeant
of the company saw him, and said:
'Richard put up the cards; this is no
place for them.'
'Never mind that,' said Richard.
When the service was over the con
stable took Richard prisoner and
brought him before the Mayor.
'Well,' said the mayor, 'what hav.e
you brought the soldier here for?
'For playing cards in church.'
'Well, soldier, what have you got
to say for yourself.'
'Much' sir, I hope.'
'Very good; if not, I will punish
you more than ever man was punish
'I have been,' said the soldier,1
'about six weeks on the march; I have'
neither Bible nor common prayer
book-I have nothing but a pack of
ards nd I hope to satify your
worstip of the purity of my inten
Then, spreading the cards before
the Mayor, he began with the ace:
When I see the ace, it reminds me
that there is but one God.
When I see the duce it reminds me
of the Father and Son.
When I see the tray, it reminds me
of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost.
When I see the four, it reminds me
of the four evangelists that preach
ed-Mathew, Mark, Luke ard John.
When I see the five, it reminds me
of flive wise Virgins that trimmed their
There were ten, but five were wise
and five were foolish and were shut
When I see the six, it reminds me
that in six days the Lord made heavet
When I see the seven, it reminds
me that on the seventh day God rest.
ed from the great work he had made
and hallowed it.
When I see the eight, it reminds
me of the eight righteous persons
that were saved when God destroyed
the world, viz, Noah and his wife, is
three sons and their wives.
When I see the nine, it remindz
me of the nine lepers that were cleans.
ed by our Savior. There were nine
out of the ten who returned thanks.
When I see the ten it reminds me
of the The Commandments which God
handed down to Moses on the table
When I see the King, it reminds
me of the Great King of Heaven,
which is God Almighty.
When I look at the queen, it re
minds me of the Queen of Sheba,
who visited Solomon, for she was as
wise a woman as he was a man. Sh
brought with her fifty boys and fifty
girls, all dressed in boys apparel, foi
King Solomon to tell which were boys
I and which were girls. King Solo
mon sent for water for them to wash,
The girls washed to the elbows and
the boys to the wrists. So King Sol
omon told by that.'
'Well,' said the mayor., 'you have
given a description of all the cards
'What is that?'
'The knave,' said the mayor.
'I will give a description of that
too, if you will not be angry.'
'I will not,' said the mayor, 'if yot
do not term me to be the knave.'
'The greatest knave that I know o:
is that constable that brought me
'I don't know,' said the mayor, 'if
he is the greatest knave, but I know
he is the greatest fool.'
. 'When I count how many spots are
in a pack of cards, I find three hun
dred and sixty-five, as many days as
there are in a year.
When I count the number of cards
in a pack, I find there are fifty-two,
the nnmber of weeks in a year; and ]
find four suits, the number of weeks
in a month.
I find there are twelve picture cards
in a pack, representing the number
of months in a year; and in counting
the tricks, I find thirteen, the num
ber of weeks in quarter. So you see,
sir, a pack of cards serve for a Bible
almanac, and common prayer-book.
Three Doctors mn consultantion.
From Benjamin Franklin.
"When you are sick, what you like bosi
is to be chosen for a medicine in the firs
lace; what experience tells you is best, tc
~e chosen in the second place; what reasor
(i. e., Theory) says is best is to be chose::
in the last place. But if you can get Dr.
Inclination, Dr. Experience and Dr. .Rea,
son to hold a consultation together, they
will give you the best advice that "an b<
WVhen you have a bad cold Dr. Inchina
tion would recommend Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy because it is pleasant and
safe to take. Dr. Experience would rec
ommend it be'cause it never fails to effect a
speedy and permanent cure. Dr. Reason
would recommend it because it is prepared
on scientific principles, and acts on na.
tre's plan in relieving the lungs, opening
the secretions and restoring the system to a
natural and healthy condition. For sale
by R~. B. Loryea, druggist.
The man who wants the earth in
variably gets it-when he dies.
Ramon's Pepsin Chill Tonic contains
Amorphous Quinine to neutralize and de
stroy the parasite in the blood; pure Iron
to enrich and tone up the blood, and pure
couble Pepsin to digest every dose given.
Lt recommends itself to physicians. Taste
less and guaranteed. 50c. For sale by Dr.
W. M. Brockinton, Manning. S. C.
The more a man has the more hE
wants-unless it happens to be twins.
Truth wears well. People have learned
that DeWitt's Little Early Risers are relia
ble little pills for regulating the bowels,
curing constipation and sick headache
They don't gripe. R. B. Loryea. Manning
L. W. Nettles, Foreston; II. L. Wilson, Jor
Men and watches are judged by
their works; both have wheels.
When you call for DeWitt's Witch Haze
Salve, the great pile cnre, don't accept any
thing else. Don't be talked into accepting
a substitute for piles, for sores, for burns
. B. Loryea, Manning; L. W. Nettles, For.
eston ; H. L. Wilson, Jordan.
If some men were to lose their rep.
utation, they would be lucky.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has the larg,
est sale of any salve in the world. This
fact and its merit has led dishonest peolle
to attempt to counterfeit it. Look out fox
the man who attempts to deceive you when
you call for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve,the
great pile cure. Rt. B. Loryea, Manning:
L. W. Nettles, Fcreston; HI. L. Wilson, Jor
Why do late hours slip by the man
who is engaged in keeping them?
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best saive in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum. fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilbliins.
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles~or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give pesfeet satisfaction or mxoney
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B3. Loryea.
It's hard for a wise man to bluff a
fool who wants to fight.
The Kid YouHate Always Boght
Why isn't a lawyer's offer of mar
riage a legal tender?
A Cure for Sick Headache.
I have a friend who had suffered 20 years
from sick headache and had tried every
remedy available, but found no relief.
Finally I induced him to try Rtamon's
Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets, and he is
now free from headache, and looks like a
new man .- G. D. Murray, Dory, K~y. For
~ope bY. EJENKINSON'S
this paper with you and call for the goods advertised and v-e will cer- ga
tainly show you the goods to correspond with this circular.
45 Black Clay Worsted Yieh's SiLiIs at
2 .35, ralueo$. suit
C+et capes f-.or me, sat r1.ia , reilar
1 1o. Gent's F Ali HS a lsrate4
ralue each.5oth.. |
-__ We dlon' blieveoo Cassimee erec inis o aea1c ralue z ac2e hyaehr
1.000 yard open on at .c5s r ard, value (Ts donGeto F ie nde ts th at 'he L
5 yes iet s a t untiper yar, vlue 10 d oz. Gent's a ie Spits at rg
thil nade. o n' as for C alue 10c eachrai e a5c.
We00 yards Hev Dril woepu ate sch vler ardred in00t ar cofntaied Pntebe forai uttons Shes ae here
f ar ue in per yall ad see them yand. uy unes 200 r pain rear value Bit oss t
1,000 -yards Cne lanel valueir do Gent's ercale Ngig and Eh ,
7cSer wiynoard . $12,rlrvalue 1.50.c.
2,000 yards havy Chek Homespun at per yard 200 pair of Ladies' Peble Grai n ttontLace at 98c
1,00 vards Caton Flne ate per.C'7?o~ yadreua au 0 pi fGn'solGan n nls B Sosa
7eli pe yad do1.23 rglar value .150.H t a . -
regular value 5c per yard. ular value 71.15.
2,000 yards Kalepl and Round Knob Homespun Checks 6 Sets nice Buggy Harness at $5.50, value 8.00.
at 54 per yard, regular value 4c. 6 Sets nice Buggy Harness at $7.50, value 10.00.
regular value 25c, for making gent'spat-era 10 doz. Blackwood Handle Dippers at 4c, value 10c.*
colors. 5 doz. 8-quart Dish Pans at 8c each, value 15c.
500 yards Cassimeres for Pants at 20c per yard, regular 10 doz. nice Brass Hoop Cedar Bail Buckets at 18C, regu
value 30c per yard. lar value 25c,
2doz. Ladies' Heavy Ribbed Unidervests at 23c each, 10 doz. nice painted Bail Buckets at 12c each, regular
regular value 35c each. C alue 20c.
25 doz. Gent's very heavy Marino Undervests at 23e each, 5 doz. Gent's Suspe nders, a great bargain, at 10c each.
oregular value 37tc each. These Suspendeis will cost you 20c per pair regular.
You must come and attend this Great Fall Sale, and bring this Circular with you,+
If you don't buy it will show you how cheap we are selling goods.
p W. JE~NIKNSONI
M.NNIN~i, S. C.
Some men are so exceedingly mod. ST ATE ELECTION QUAR TER LY REPOR T
est that they shun the naked trnth. For State and County
Diseases of the Blood and Nerves.
disease ky d peanently cre STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. CoUNTY S UPEaRVISOR.
by Browns' Iron Bitters. Every disease pf CLARENDoN COUNTY.
the blood, nerves and stomach, chronm
or otherwise, succumbs to Browns' Iron -N E L N W L BE H
Bitters. IKnown and used for nearly a A LCINWL EHL
quarter of a century, it stands to-day fore- at the several presincts established
most among our most valued remedies. by law in Clarendon County, on The following Report of Claims approved from the 2nd
Browns'Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers. Tuesday, November 8th 1898, for the
,00 yardsCha i following officers. to wit: Governor, day of July, 1898. to the 3r d day of cter, 1, m s
nreamles Se, Atrney enealCopererr showing t n e i h favor, for what purpose and
they call othershard naeeneral, Adjutant and Inspector the amount, is puglishd in confonty to the Act of e Le
General, State Treasurer, Supern
One yrinute Cough Curesurprises people tendant of Education and one Rail- islatlre of 1 89 a :
by its qjuick cures and children may take it road Commissioner one Senator,_______________________
i large quantities without the l ,ast dan- three members to the lower branch 1098. B H
ger. It has won for itself the best reputa- of house of Representatives, one . No NAME AND PRarosE. AM'v.
tion of any preparation used today for Superintendant of Education, one ATE-j __________________________
cold00 roup, tickling in the throat or ob str- Judge of Probate, one Supervisor.
nate coug~hs. Rt. B. Lo'ryea Mannin . The p)olls will open at 7 o'clock, a. July 23 161 WV A Neal, chaingang supplies....... ..... ...... ... (10 00
W. NettlsForeston; H. L. ison, a. ., and close at 4 o'clock, p. m. 1t5T R Robinson, constable ....................
At the close of the election the 163 J P Andrews, coroner......... ........ ............. 11 00
No getlma wilser before a managers shall immediately proceed 164 Ml Levi, court house................. ....... ... 2
to publicly count th e allt.ch
lad-etlhemar swea t threelicyscun theatert. Chih- 16) M L evi, jail account.................................. o5
ad-e h sa irs eavy- in 166 WV S Richbourg, Superintendent of Education. . 7
man of the Board of Managers, or 167 M Levi, poor house account........................
You invite disappointment when you ex- one of them, to be designated in 2. 1do M Levi, chaingang............... .... ............
peranecut. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are writing by the Board, shall deliver July 0 160 C P Lesesne, clerk salary...................
pleasnt, easy, thorough little pills.. They to the Commissioners of Election the 170 J1 J Broadway, burying pauper....... ................ 1 00
ure co stipation and sick headache just as po ll liSt, the boxes conta min G th e 171 W H e o s i g lu a r ti . . . .
sure as you take them. Rt. B. Loryea, Man- ballots, and a written statenment of 172 R M Johnson, magistrate constable.... .... ....... .. ....o
ring: L. W. Nettles. Foreston; HI. L. Wil- the result of the election at his pre- 173:F P Ervin, tools, chaingang................... .. 7
of Election ha lt r- 174B F Ridgil, conveying convicts.. .............
The Managers o-173 E C Dickson, magistrate........................... (
A crank is a man who has a differ- quire of every elector offering to . 2 176 R T Harvin, guard, chaingang.......................
ent hobby than your own. vote at such election, before allow- 177.Jesse Charles, burying child........................... 500
ingihim to vote, in addition to the17JFRihormgsrt............... 83
Narw sap.production of his registration certifi- 179 HJ F Bateouma gstae...................... 62
A arowEsap.cate, proof of the payment of poll 170 W B Richbun, co rnstbendent.of.Educatio...........7u5
Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada -txsxmntsbfr ad lcinAa 1 181 P Rtagin, magistrate................... ........... 10, 7
Hart, of Groton, S. D. "w'as taken with al of any poll tax then due and pay- * 8 E B Gamble, identifying prisoner, dleputy.. ..... 45
bad cold which settled my lungs; coagh able. .i.18 Walker, Evans & Co., hooks, ete..... ................ :1 10
set in and finally terminated in Consuinp- The Managers shall administer to Aug. 20 184 T C Owens, chaingang.... ........ ... ..... ..........74
tion. Four Doctors gave me up, saying 1 the person offering to vote, an oath 185 M F Haddock, chaingang......... .................. 1 0
could live but a short time. I gave myself that he Is qualified to vote at said 186 B F Ridgill, chaingang........................... 30
up to my Savior, determined ifi I ould not election, according to the constitu- Sept. 3 187 F H McElveen, guard, chaingang.................... - 27o5
s:ay with my friends on earth, I wou tion of the State, _and that he has 188 R T Harvin, guard, chaingang....... ..... ...........'2 00
meet my absent ones above. My5 husband not already voted in said election. 180 T B Owen, books............................. .. ... ' oo0
was advised to get Dr. King's Ne Dcov. The following named persons have 10PMWnhm aigblo oe.......... 92
ave itor tri toosumpin cll ight bottles It been apoin'ted Managers of Elec- 191 J E Riehbourg, coroner's claim....................85
av ed meatra, andk ina Gd I am savedtinocndt this election, to wit: igo-R M Johnson, constable.......... ................... 6 25
bas nowea mell and thealthy woman." Trial Fulton, at Fulton-G WV Smith, 193 C P Lesesne, clerk salary............... .. ..........~ :33
andnow afel a B. Lorea's drug store. Clonar, Jdg C oMa n er-Jg. 194 J F Richbourg, magistrate........................... S 83:3
botleulrsizre a0ts nd iory 0. Gnaran- avra odesCre- 195 WV S Richbourg, Superintendent of Education......... 37 50
te norprice refunded.a 1 Beatson, B P Broadway, B WV Des- 196 E C Dickson, magistrate................. ........... 23 00
Champs-. 1978S T Tobias, constable....... ............. ........ :3:3 :33
Friendship, at Panola-J H T Col- Sepit. 5 108 A P Ragin, magistrate............................... 83
31 n are like chickers; they always liette, C WV Brown, A D Rham e. Oc.19JPTubvleatigorn.............. 80
e heboetrot~ St. Paul, at St. Paul-J H Kels L Oc. 8 199J Turbasvilso, suppting roner...................~ Jo0
want to get on th lges ros M ig J p Rihoug ee00JB Tmaseville, supigisate........................"50
Santee, at Jordan-R CPodn 200 E P TuDickso, magistrate ..........................)25 00
A John WV Clark, C Rt Sprott.- 0 Doisoen, marobtatJe........................... 6 00
STAT E OF SOUT H CA ROUIN, St. MarkCl, Du 'es Old Store-I1~ 202 Louis Appelt, Probten Judgadertisin..............1 5
Tobas, JW uCo erton-C Drose. A204 J E Richbourg, magistrate............................ 500
Couinty of Clarendon, Concord, at SumronC _- , B204 J H Timnmons, commission on seed cotton licenses... 2i 50
CF OMMN LES. cock, L T Fisher, J .H XWoodberry. 205 J F Richbourg, magistrate............... ............. 8:a
COURT O O13NPES St. James, at Davis X Roads- A 20r; S L Stidham. superintendent p)oor house............... 10 00
Chares I. Mlason. Plnirntiff Brunson, J J Gardner, J M Davis. 207W JV. Turbeville, lumber,.................. ...... ..... l 014
Iagainst Sammy Swamp, at Packsville-R 20$ M Levi, jail account................................. 1 0
8 uc G C Lackey, A P Hill, N L Carrawav. 20o 31 Levi, chaingang account........ ... ............... '' 0
cloly Tucker, James Edward 'lucer, Ger- Manning, at Court House-R H21MLeiporhu....................11G
her Howard Tucker and Elizabeth Davis, -W T Francis, J M McKnight. 211O T le Ow, orCounServisor.......................i 45
Tucker, Defendants. Mt. Zion, at XWilsonsXW M Plw 212 C P~ Lesesne, clerk salary............................. 8 3
foSoelsr n il~ den, J E Tobias, C T Ridgeway. 218 TR~nesn urcanag............ 50
Jud.-:uen orFelsrnt t . Brewington, at Foreston-J A Bur- ~icsn url hign...........3(
UND1CIt AND BY VIRtTUE OF A JUDO- gess, C M Mason, W T Kelly. -____-____-____-_
int(rler of the Court of Common Pieas, ' Plowdens Mill, at Alcolu-E D - - - - - - ______________
the above stated action, to me directed, Hodge. Jake Harvin. XV I McLeod. T. C. OWENS,
Laiglate 5th day of 31areb, 1 8'8, I Harmony, at Chandler's-John G
-i 1~i at public auction, to the highest Plowden, H- L B Hodge, XV E Daniels, Attest : Supervisor Clarendon Co.
idder f~r cash, at Clarendon Court Hous, Midway, at Midway-McFaddin C. P. LESESNE, Clerk.
at 3an:u.ng, in said county, within the le. cnosJLBarw H H -
al hours for judlici~d sailes, on1 Monday, the Hobbs. -- - - -
7th day of Novemnber 1898, being salesday, New Zion, at Boykins-J M Player, Whyae'Ihoeia rpris a s' lasco hnh
the faowing described real estate: XV E Lavender, R E McFaddin, Jr. I yaetteitclpoe heAFAma s' lws coo wb -
XAi that piece. parcel or tract of land .Douglass, at Cole's Mill-L B Gib- Iplay things? L ivers in th hour of tanger.
ittemdbeing in St. M1arks Township, bons, 'T. M Beard, Sam Smith. - -.
in the Coany Claren don. in the State afore- Sandy Grove, at Barrineau's-W _lwt__'evn ro ___TOItI
said, conxtaining eighty-three. acres, more or T Kenntedy, D) H XWelch, a '-Tig--B n idYuHv u
'ss, and~ bounded as follows, to wit: .(hvIw hlre h r ujc to .ears the TeKn o aeAVs2
on te nrt by arnd of ig. T.rc;' One of the above named Managers attacks of croup.) wheev r *n ataki Sigaature
a n th(' y hIuio i ra c ; o a t e a c h b o x w ill c a ll u o n th e B o a rd co uin g o n m y w if e ": y s th i m ( 'h m-r
the sth y lnds of Fran Dui.I e 7h19,t eev altbxs ettebln D. Dulose an nof Commissioners at Manning, Octo- lain's Cough Rtemedy and it lwa~ re-_____ _____
heg trest yolnyd o nk Duy.Ita e- her li7th 18n8,torcivelon t be si ets the attack. It is a househlold acs
by theera con e fr t Ot-pl it adisrcinadt est in this county and no muatter wi.t eceSuvyng uvei
G.1' Tckr dte Oto ualluied 'n4t we run out of, it would not do to be with- uvyn, uvytg
Term: ash 9." B A JOHNSON, out Chamberlain's Congh Remiedy. MocEve ry lau one shudhvi upto
I Prchsr taysh. hpr~ S XW McINTOSH, of it is sold here than of all othe~r conglhishn.Iwl osreigb h rs
Pucae topa Jor I3RalDHIAM, C T RID(GEWAY medicines combined.-J. 31. Nickle ,jf eat on Saturdays. Call on -radr
Sheriff Clarcndon County. Commissioners State Election, INickle Bros., merchants, Nickleville, lPa. 30-tf). 3aniWng,..
--nin . ., Oct 1-, 1,- [,4 I annin, S. C., Oct. 12 189 'For sale by Rt. B. Loryea, druggist. .)t]Mnig .C
Just as Men Have.
The snationalist aml faker is
is looked ulpoI with suspicion. j-I
i1es upon a businoess basis is what
the public deiianids today. That is
the way we have always run our hus
iness and that is the war we will
continue to run it. The fact that
our first ani oldest (lstolcrS art
our best customevLrs today and that Gen FITZHUGILEE.
we are constantly adding new ones
to the list is conclusive Proof that
our business methods are appreei
ated in spite of the humu ib alver
tising and assertions of others.
We do not claim to give you twxvo
dollars worth of goods for on,. dollar,
but we will at all times give you the
full valueIC of your ]Uolnev.
Our stock this fall is large-larger I
than ever before-and it will certain
ly he to your interest to see what we
A strictly All-Wool, nicely trimmed ,
and fit in su~ iit for 8i.00, reuilar,
stou t or loi il one hef1the1may
good values We arL]( now oleriiig.
Do J CHADLER,
The Clothier, SUMTER, S. C. Gen. JOSEPH W HEELER.
HARD FACTS ABOUT.
- HA R1DWAR E.
We :in this ini : k.now no other; think we utderstand it, and that our expe
r:enee of y will be at l.enietit to you; we know w-her- and what to buy so a-Z to sup
ply yo needs in the H ltware li satisftatorily. We have a reputation for
First Quality Table and Pocket Cutlery,
whcih we siitain, and a the vearsgo by more and more people c'>mc to us for Knives,
Forks, Spoons, Ladies, Pocket Knives, Razors and other goods in this
lir thatl, ever before. Suppose you do the same. We can interest you. For biht and
-< ATTRACTIVE -: PAINTS >i
You need to see us. Use -ae Paint, which Is glossy and reliable, and which will
brighten up everything or. your prm:ses. We handle
And the best wil permait no better. If skill, experience and facilities count, oar Ilar
ness is ltter than any otjer. Al! sorts of Farm Implements we always keep in stock.
STOVES AND RANGES
are a specialty of ouN, a:el we invite you to call and inspect the large stock we have on
hand. Cooking is a pleasant occupation if you use one of them. There's comfort and
satisfactiou to be fouid in themn. Other things we will tell yon later on.
L. E3. DUFANT,
(Successor to R. W. DuRANT A SON.)
Headquarters for everything in Hardware,
RESOVE TOE STOR RE
UNDER OPERA HOUSE.
Watch the City Clock when you are coming in town and
remember that under the Clock is the place
T O -:- GO -:- F OR -:- SIIOIES.
I have decided to sell Closer to New Tork and Boston cost This
Seas.~on1 than ever before.
@ MY STOCK IS COMPLETE. ? @
I have Mr. B. P. Cuttino, a practical Shoemaker, with me: he or I will
wait on you when you comle in. I stil have my old Shoemaker with me,
who can't be beat in the State on a job--making or repairing. Give me a
o ~Has decided to muster ini the Second
Sout CarlinaRegient, we suppose to serv-e ___
*gout the two years' of enilistment anid we have
Sdecided to sell (our1 stock~ of
at greatly reduce pri) ces. Tinwxare, Glass and
S Crockeryware all to go with it at prices that $
will astonish the public.
A1 ILwho want anything in
SGlassware, Crockery, Tinware, 58
Lamps and Hardware g
Swill do well to call at the +
Davis Hardware Oo9/8 Store
Bring your Job Work to The Times Office
Summerton Academy,' 'oSErni 1.Ruz ..N
F sumer toe' n, Sp. . RHAME & DAVIS,
FalTr eisSp.2. A 7 TORNErS A 7 LA W,
Ilys .i :: ar reae for colle;;e. 3ANNING, S. C.
ien w betrn: work thorough; mn
xla~..es :ale oed. School building is a
large ar~d comfortale one. Best attention Tgl .1 1 i\NK GEIGEIi,
iven a!! pupils. Location very healthy J
md pkasant. For particulars write DENTIST,
PIIILIP II. STOLL, A. M.,
9-4t Princinal. MANNING, S- C.