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SUMTER, S. C.
In soliciting a continuance of the extensive pIt
ronage we are enjoying from the people of Clarendon,
we wish to infornm the trading public that our buy r
is constaintly on the market and was fortunate eno!.Il1 h
to make his contracts before the recent "boost in
We are prepared to supply the trade with a4l -
mnanner aind kinds of General Merchandise at prices _
to defy Competition and at the same time give to the l
buyer the ~qualitv.
:3Foreign and Domestic H
Dry Goods, Dress Goods,
E Trimmings, Notions,
=I Fancy Goods,
| Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
S: Gent's Furnishings
-11 of these lines we propose to satisfy the
public demand, and we ask that yon come to Sumter
;nd inspeet our stock.
z REMEMBER :
That we are in touch with the exporters of cotton
anDd we can and will pay the very highest, market
prices for the fleecy staple. Our store has earned a
reputation as headquarters for farmers and we pro
pose to keep it up.
FIRST SPECIAL SALE
For the Season of 1899
75 dozaen gumarnteed 4-ply Linen collatr, :5 piece Helie tta ini :l1 colors,
a:1 styles and sizes, at 5c. inches, 2u 1-2e.
40'dozen guaranteed 4-ply Linen Cuft's. 4 pieces Wool Plaid Dress Goods at
1. *th hints and plain, all sizes, at 11e. 10 pieces Wool Plaid Dress Goods at :5.
5dozen New port (;arters. assorted col. 2 pieces Diagonal, extra valne, at 3'2 1-24
-:, at 9,:. 3 pieces Phids, atra value, at 39..
5 pieces Plaids, extra value. at 47e.
S ox. 8 pieces Covert C nih, extra value, at -'..
1 piece Blue Brilhintine, 490.
Si) doz Sox. ussorted colors, 4e per pair- 1 piece Blue Brilnantine. 62 1-2c.
S0 doz Sox, asse~rted colors. 4e per patr- Navy Blue Serges, 49c, 58c and 62 1-2c.
50 dcz Scx, assorted colors, extra heavy, 54 inches Flannels, in all colors, at 43e.
at The per p.air. 54-inch Ladies' Cloth, in all enlors, at 60c
25 doz Sox, Black nad Tan, at 7.1c per pr Oversnit Pattern.< are $3.79. $5 25, Sf; 50,
25 doz Sox. Black and Tan, at lie p'er pr. $7.75 and 89.
Wool sox at 22Ae.
H ats. BakDesGos
hr dcz Black Alpine Hats, bound edges picsF cy i'l 1'
and wide band, at 49e.picsFn sat1 c
20 dez Brown Aipie Hat, bound edges4a
a. - wide band, at 49c. 1peeinyBrrnn t3c
10 dcz Nutria Alpine Hats, boand edges j .
a:-..i wide band, at 49'.121..
3 dea each Black, Brown anid Pf ar! Hat epesAlVo' Hnitt
S dx Bac ard Bow .Vpi laBlatck. Dres Gods
91 1~~ pieces pCansmer~ie a ch -2 , 40.
1 pik~ e e , anc h at1 1-.A,19.ai
az Black 2ndpiroesDFaneys atte1t c.
i:::p5, r'gulr $250. n wre hand 4 S2 pieces Carhmere at 872.
an. We 1CpiecelifgnhisBlotlatnti.e*at13 e.
t5 ozwkar. &onApna S HOES-at Bar" " gain2
Die.oves.eCeo u riintier.ah30,4e
10 doz Miedise Cohap Al-WoeHs , at 49e ha9e n e ee al o.~r O I
in r amle.sore ooscepa ST C . piec S erge eac 47 -e es 9.: to na
fohs ae c an rw eb s ores forpirwguttnw onticnt
d ape ogulr $2.50 , a r t ned ol and piecte greon frat t wil-2r0.g
by matak.fMaonfcnrnr'e fsstted.vurn -n see.29. nr
gsitn. Woo Glre sn tisc lot and 2.. barg" 1.39
special auctionsons:' Ootercorade
Glov -sciFes.-Ln Counter.sre
..5 dp i ne e rs ey Clt lvs( a w eae never ien able ltof 0ff or 'L
a -trer- sam les)assrtedcolos, ceap etrS oats, so re h n a tne ge t s o wn t -tre
Clore aressc Gos ort .ourpi.eptte nti oe
5 de p ar Dog si Gloves aste d o n 't oret th g tfo wehate ae t wi ol brihg
pi, t 4 ii.e s.If yon t 1c ane berfited yssTonsr can ser ga rr
Sctc woo' Glve fatt ress a n4 - a rgin
id moesa-7, e S'.,814 an e slcfr utoS iai'~ e
iI pri -c ~anan l'%Des Ao'd at cial d ive n ne lot ofn 50 thyse
S pieces plaid ressy G)'soods at BaDuc essTus.
p eieces Diagonale, 42 inches wide, at Now is your chance to prepare for cold
:o 'ieces Henrie'ta. mt :l colors, 36 All our Blankets at greatly redruced
nehes', at 22.'.e price for this ele
J. RYTTE3NBE RG & SONS,
BOTH BRANCHES OF
Do You Eat? CONGRESS CONVENE
Y oul em iind at my toreEVERY- David B. Henderson Is Made
THING for the table. Speaker of the House.
NEW ITOItN, CURRANTS.
RAISINS AN) NIT ROBERTS CASE GOES OVER
For that Fruit Cake.
RANBERRIES for the Turky. Utah 3lemab:-r App.-ars and Announces
Have just received a1 lot o! Ilinself Ready to Be Sworn, but the
New Buckwheat and Oatme!. siea:, accor:ance with Agrec
Full Creai (Ileese, 1);i l1 .. nient, It- quests 11,:11 to Step Asidh..
Fresh Ground Pepper, perIii. ... 2c. WASINGTON, Dec. 4.-The opening
Good Cooking Butter. per- 11b....... if cn ao
PFinest Table Butter. per lb.......:0c
day attracted that widespread attenticn
My stock of (4roce:sries.: ''v" which always attaches to the annual
complete, and yon will find hro
evervthii you want. of th naonal hawnakers.
We are still headquarters for Filue' Tere was added inlrest in tho event
PrniW, Candses, Vietoilt.. Dec 4.-. o
oit will pay fo to tradFiyt- t cn i s atnon
Come add yook. itite riatention .that .ispe at
It ~~ wil pay yo otrlith us
The Coming of Baby DAVID
brings joy or pain. It's for the t
mother to decide. With good health questions awaiting consideration gave
and a strong womanly organism, unusual imporauce to the return of
motherhood but adds to a woman's congress. Aside from this, the Roberts
attrativeesscase added a phase which promised
something outside of the ordinary de
take a velopenrs of an opening day.
Ear*ly. in the day throngs began con
vrigat the canirol. The day was
Wi e faO~ a resh an prcpitio-us and the thorough
faresU leright ro the building presenteda
takesaway all terrors by strengtheninig ganidniaedpernc.Wtn
the vital organs. It fits a mother for
baby's coming. By revitalizing the eor
nerve centres it has brought chubby the house to order. The outer doors
crowing youngsters to thousands of were open to al and through these
weak women who feared they were ulwe grt orristrs oflhuman
barren. It purifies, heals, regulates I t
and strengthens, and is good for all ratudas were fairiy packed.
women at all times. No druggist As early as 10:30 o'clock the con
woul bewithut t. $ cospicuous fgures of congress began to
would be without it. $i oo.
Foradvicein cases requiring special this served to give the wait
directons, addess trGoner a temporary diversion.
directions, address, giving symptoms, Henderson went direct to the
"The Ladies'Advi' Department,"
"TheLades'AdvsoryDeprtmnt, speaker's private office, where he shared
The Chattanooga Medcine Co., Chat- is time with the house leaders and
MRS.LOWSA HALE of Jefferson w
says:-"When I first took Wine of t Representative R-chardson of Tennes
we had been married three years, but could see, the Democratic house leader, was
not have any children. Nine nonths later also early on the scene conferrig with
I bad a fine girl baby." his lieutenants.
tShortly before 11 o'cloc Mr. Robecrt
of Utia, in silk hat and black frock
suit, made his way through the crowd
'to the members' privaite lobby. Here
Counly of Clare,:*Itm 'he chanced to meet Mr. Richardsoii and
athe two hed a short cofernc as to
~ Jams 31 Winh~nn Esq. P ometherngr otsid ouldhekordinaryde
bate Jtdite desoms ehu.bzzof anoop enint
TFHEEASDANEL L RE Eaflyi n th eman rong bega con
I NLDSmad sut t ~ o wevegn the capibtoi Theea was n
traio (f he stteofandefecsbrightan proitoustn the horouh
admoishall nd in~uai~timekinfitesa heinto e dngeseted aes
dredandcreitos o thesai b gsao and besieged apeaorsancea. WThe
Ia Rynods.decase tht tey e ebudng ali was nuew aond exlt
andappar.befre mie intheCout mysnttractng biretendance oayn
of Pobae. o b hed a Maminng, the proceedinto i orde The ofuteredoors
aftr pblcaton erof.at 1 'clckerein apnd ossily santronalthene
istatin ul nt h grnte. felose otnos setresol shuemedty
(iivn uner m han thi ~2~ daytrug thegra corridorst h galleriesn
JAMES31. WNI) M. wreotha e ateinrly pcogegatng
[SEAL~j ByAs 'cloc a bri:30n galokthen con
:30:)Juge f Pobae. scseli Thgues OogalresSwr backt
arihvpe and thissreog tewin
A * door chongs be empushing hdives.
~ H whonerl Henabeowetdec to giadttane
spEnanker' priate onyiceaiee by scared
forswhich wthte huse neaeros ad
~ (~ptp Jwiath The pleadiesf andmmbssio cards.
JII\}L. ?~J..'J..LL Reprewo entetivesRichardsonsofndenneir
fr~see Teeecrativ~ue gllaer was
Ihad l a S C, finntneth dploatcby.erwa
Unde Opra otie~.releaon wt te eresontrries oft
Stc Eenl FloTH t DA Opn sctterd i through the lrieswr
no~ with.popthe prmebtr ite plitical socia
cont oflred er arlyed tohe day Rarsone pend
theon, said a coshrt ofere0,00naes
bat Juperoestig is the seat.inguz of Mr.n
HEEASDANEL .RY-oRoedths wsbgtmnt theromUtse.
Lro Uth betmaenuactoe t whaberen cleed bt athewa Yo
eranhir tr of hosgraedmindsespaer.tfu ceonstrtdof. olso
teerars o etheretae of hs ai andmeffectchd About 2t inoiau ter
of vsblaRyols.eesd iecased i teera such. eos
Thee know therSyesret citead torols weesaced upout the aouea in
amnsalansiulrthe kin- witnes the openingl scenes of the clr'sekadveed
dre an crditrs ftesidsabl-ith gat crisiegdty. Latrs tor.h
la evolsdeeasdthtcheb Dosemlingler of th hoe, cordred all
andappar for e meitheCutwyytrcsa i tedne oa
of Proate, o be eld atMann exce.th tproeig of the rlcae ouresno
C. in the ith ay We haeembenexy good v Roedor twich pnrIsto
afute ~ bican haereof, hat 11' o'clc xitriadonsiblyensseena, whon
anI hel avwyoh siiamn wa us e or te leadrn, the u i-o
istrtioNshoud ntbegraned. t hons Stoumeey, cmpeon stheeamed
Give undr myhandthis22d ay aoug thes oorridor d toth gallre
WfNolmerh'D.Shoe whichro ooke donuo-h rn
JA M E . W ND H AM. whe emthecsats. wer. obrtsgaing
[SAL.into the o'lohabrllintl aterin had lok
30-sJuge o Proate asbut ed. wasno gaenerally wrelcie
flflhI~ andhe etie ad tog the roo gatmea
VULL LAW Aoos couldbe sril voiced clerkdretds
~~0 * whowe nniled toh floor admittance
mand. oThier adipes aidlmbrs clee
TIS fo ut h ose thre ay in e om u e
renatr fwin oft Utllahntly oner
~.z12a~ ze~c~zt fomen the eawin an heer and ter
fient.ds. Ohioto exect iteanfer- a
In grat vrietyand Il il ede Ater hih wasnitaris the ortwa
tStum ter S. . crculed thedloat icRoet wuldr not
Under O ra Honreslent hiefto the swrentaives But
Stockrecetlylosedout.Open scateredatug thengeied ereob
er hely sid the d onte deie
densid to conis hear 7,00,00 hinasame
SUMMRTON ~S______ p.oteing aast t the sering of Mr.
Allberts, wassbrought intontheahouse.
theoestae ofbe shlanufacurs Ad- a enclece yaNwYr
tee, yandtrsexree ma thsaci m-sta meectbotefeiimtr
ty.. xcui. icsTdILLh mrcn lg hs
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with.greaturiositytLater Mao c
UneAi1ouwllfn d hb bs TRAE oesK theeourlobby..
ADVICE ct.W ASavePmanyABILod eadeC r L sof thHoorty
eustome in Cent donge bu eR wnEr ihrsn fTnese h
Bo Hotnoraityent"Eon~ SAtudy asertpont flo
7 etr sarlycandconsidentiual.uAddress,
groupKI ofOFDemopa ras. M.Rbrscm
GENRAnCdTAhOR Coetie ande theixtma
W ill lAii u-:80'a1s'rill'-voiced clerk1directed
t~u t., and officers labd lpanesa rapimly cl a
pard o cflr~t ti U a outSSthoseotalready in. 1
(COME, S. E A N et conerenc wih rRoers Mr.
circulated tht Mr. Robert wolFo
SUMMAE RITON S. C- up.Het eat to the rihtoth
main aisle and soon became the cyno
sure of :0. eyes His daughter sat in
the members' gallrv.
Mr. Taylor of Onio, who reDresents
President McKinloy's district, who was
to conduct the case agiinst Mr. Roberts,
was conferring with his colleagues on
the Renublican side.
As the minute band of the clock op
posite the speaker's rostrum overtook
the hour band at noon. the gavel of the
clerk of the house, Major McDowell,
descended with a bang. The indescrib
able buzz ceased. The members rose
and the spectators in the galleries bowed
their heads. In this stillness the voice
of the blind chaplain, Rev. Henry
Couder of Michigan, was elevated and
his prayer made the occasion reverent.
A fter the invocation the reading clerk
began calling the roll and a minute
later the buzz had recommenced, mak
ing a noisy background for the staccato
nmes of the cierk as he called out the
Mr. Roberts sat listening intently for
his name and when it was called he re
sponded "here" in a lcud voice. But
he looked nervous and ill at ease.
There were no demonstrations during
th3 rolicall. When it was concluded
Clerk McDowell announce:i that 352
members had answered to their names,
EkI:-etiona of a
"The next thing in order,"announced
the clerk. -is the eection of a speaker."
Mr. Hepburn of Iowa offeTred a reso
Intion which was adopted viva voce
providing that the house proceed to the
election of a speaker for the Forty-sixth
congress. Thereupon Mr. Grosvenor of
Ohio, as chairman of the Republican
caucus, presented the name of David
B. Henderson of lowa; Mr. Hay of
Virgia, chairman of the Democratic
caucus, nominated James C Richard
son of Tennessee; Mr. Ridgiey of Kan
-as nominated John C. Bell of Colorado
as the Populist candidate, and Mr. Wil
son of Idaho placed Francis G. New
lands of Nevada in nomination as the
candidate of the silver party.
Each party having put forward its
candidate by the direction of the clerk
the roll was called and each member
voted for the candidare of his nolitical
Mr. Morris of Minnesota, Mr. Over
BRIGHAM B. ROBERTS.
street of Indiana and Mr. Carmack of
Tennessee were appointed tellers.
Mr. Newlands. himself a candidate,
voted for Mr. Richardson.
The roll call restlted: Henderson.
177; Richardson, 16; Bell, 4; New.
The clerk thereupon announced the
election of Mr. Henderson amid great
aprianse from the Republicans.
Rober:s Case Go. s Over.
When the name of Brigham H. Rob
erts was reached in the house rollcall
the Utah member-elect proceeded alone
to th ' area in front of the speaker's
desk and awaited the administration of
the oath. At the same time Repre
sentative Taylor of Ohio secured the
floor and amidst breathless interest pro
tested against the swearing in of Rob
erts on the ground of his being a polyg
amist and not a properly naturalized
Representative McRae of Arkansas
followed with a protest from the Demo
cracit sie saying this issue was one in
volving the sacredness of the American
home, a sentiment that brought an out
burst of applause.
Speaker Henderson addressed Roberts,
"Will the gentleman stand aside un
til the rollcall is completed?"
Mr. Roberts assented, with the state
ment that in so doing he waived none
of his rights.
"I can assure the gentleman," an
swered the speaker, "that he wrives
none of his rights by this course."
Mr. Roberts then resumed his seat
and the rollcall proceeded.
It was agreed by unanimous consent
that the consideration of the resolution
should go over until tomorrow until
after the reading of the president's
message. The swearing in of the re
maining members was then concluded.
TIaylor Wants anR Inquiry.
The following is the text of Repre
sentative Taylor's resolution for the ap
pointment of a special committee to in
vestigate the Roberts case:
"Whereas, Ic is charged that Brigham
H. Roberts, a representative-elecs to the
Fifty-sixty congress from the state of
Utah, is ineligible to a seat in the house
of representatives, and,
"Whereas, The charge is made
through a member of the house oni his
responsibility as such, and on the oasis,
as he asserts, of public records, affida
vits and papers evidencing such ineligi
"Resolved, That the question of the
prima facie right of Brigham H. Rob
erts to be sworn in as a representative
be referred to a special committee of
nine members of the house to be ap
pointed by the speaker and until such
committee shall report upon and the
house decide such question and right,
the said Brigham H. Roberts shadl not
be sworn in or be permitted to occupy a
seat in this house, and said combmittee
shall have power to send for persons
and papers and examine witnesses on
oath in relation to the subject matter
of this resolution."
Gloom Over the Senate.
In the shadow of the recent death of
Vice President Hobart the senate con
vened at noon today in its first session
of the Fifty-sixth congress. The death
of the vice president cast a pall over the
preliminary proceedings at the north
end of the great marble capitol.
As usual on the opening days of a
session of congress the chamber was a
veritable conservatory. The odor of
the rarest and loveliest of blooming
plants was heavy on the air. Scarcely
a single senator was forgotten in the
ve have received sev
es and Mules.
f both on hand.
re several nice match
R2 B ,9
lavish floral display, and particularly
notable was the offering of flowers to
the .new members of the body. The
desks to which they had been assigned
were loaded with the choicest selections
from the tublic and private conserva
tories of the city.
Attention was cilled to the fact that
no emblem of mourning appeared on
the vice president's desk. This ap
parent omission was explained by the
statement that the senate had not been
informed officially of Mr. Hobart's
Pending the actual convening of the
senate, the chamber presented a most
animated and picturesque scene. The
galleries were filled with a brilliant and
In the diplomatic gallery were several
prominent members of the diplomatic
corns, among whom was Lord PaIunce
fote, the British ambassador, and Lady
Promptly at 12 o'clock, -oon, Mr.
Frye of Maine, president pro i *, cailed
the senate to order. The h::..J canp
lain, the Rev. Dr. "filburn. proiounced
the invocatio:n. making a beautifai and
touching refterence to the death of Vice
Mr. Bacon (Dem., Ga.) was the first
member to be recognized by the chair.
He presented, on behalf of Mr. Mallo y,
(Dem., '11a.) who was detained from
the session by iii::ess. the credentials of
Senator-elect Taliaferro of Florida.
They were filed.
CredentitNa of Quay Up.
Mr. Penrose (Rep., Pa.) presented
the credentials of Matthew S. Quay,
appointed senator from Pennsylvania
by the governor.
On motion of Mr. Cockrell of Mis
souri, the credentials of Mr. Quay were
referred to the committee on privileges
and elections. In this connection Mr.
Chandler (Rep., N. H.) offered a reso
lution that Senator Quay be admitted
as a senator from Pennsylvania. This
resolution also was referred to the com
mittee on privileges and elections.
Remonstrances and memorials against
the seating of Mr. Quay were presented
by Mr. Burrows (Rep.. Mich) and Mr.
Jones (Dem., Ark.)
The credentials of Mr. Hayward of
Nebraska were presented and subse
quently the announcement was made
by Mr. Thurston of Nebraska that ow
ing to critical illness Mr. Hayward was
unable to be present.
By direction of the chair the new sen
ators were prosented at the secretary's
desk, where the oath of office was ad
ministered to them by the president
CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD?
Sava:nah Harbor Contract L'-tting
Will Be In1vestig itted.
SAVANNAH, Dec. 4.-When the grand
jury of the United States district court
meets here this week the charges against
Colonel John F. Gaynor and Captain
B. D. Green of New York of conspiring
with Oberlin M. Carter, late captain in
the United States corps of engineers, to
defraud the government of sums of
money said to exceed $1,500,000, will be
A special session of the United States
circuit and district courts began here
today, during which the alleged con
spiracy of certain parties to defraud the
government in the letting of contracts
for the work on the Savannah harbor
will be taken under consideration.
District Attorney Marion Erwin
stated today that the grand jury would
be in session two weeks. The jury is
composed of men who are not residents
of this county, at the expressed wish of
A. J. Rose, an attorney of New York.
is here. He was one of Captain Ober
lin M. Carter's attorneys during his
trial by courtmartial. W. H Venable,
a prominent contractor of Atlanta, is
here. He attempted to secure contracts
when the work in the harbor was going
on. Eight or ten army engineers are
COTTON GIN TRUST LIKELY.
Southern 3lanufacturers Are Now
Forming a Combination.
BII'.MNOH Ax, Ala., Dec. 4.-It is re
ported that a combination of the south
ern cotton gin manufacturers is now
forming. It is said that the following.
among others, are in the deal: North
ingtonMunger-Pratt Gin company of
Birmingham; Smith Sons Gin and Ma
chine company. Avondale; Daniel Pratt
Gin company, Prattville. Ala.; Munger
Gin company, Dallas, Tex.; Winship
Machine company, Atlanta; Eagle Gin
It is said that if the combination is
formed W. T. Northington of this city
will be president and that, the head
quarters and general center of action
will be in Birmingham. Persons inter
ested in the deal here admit that such a
movement is on foot, but say that final
and definite action has not yet been
The value of this amalgamation would
lie not altogether in the community of
interest, but in the control by one con
cern of all t he best patents for the mak
ing of cotton gin machinery.
Gnge Submits an E'stimate~.
WASsmNGTON, Dec. 4.-The secretary
of the treasury today transmitted to the
house of representatives estimatas of
appropriations required for the service
of the fiscal year ending June 30. 1901.
The aggregate of the appropriations es
timated for is $631,081,994, an increase
over the estimates for the present fiscal
year of $38.023,616. and an increase
over the appropriationsfothprsn
ficlya f $34.235,024.
Electric Liahts For Tampa.
TALLAHASSEE. Dec. 4.-Letters patent
have been issued here for the incorpora
tion of the Tampa Electric company
with a capital of $500,000. The com
pany is organized for the purpose of
furnishing light, heat, power for rail
ways and other purposes. The incor
poraors are George J. Baldwin, Peter
. Knight, Eliot Wadsworth, W. H.
Blood, Jr., and H. G. Bradlee.
Crookedness Now Suspected.
CHARLESTON, Dec. 4.-The Branch
yille express robber has not been caught.
Detectives from this city and Columbia
have gone to help the county authori
ties. A reward of $500 has been offered
by the express company. Something
crooked is suspected. This suspicion is
heightened, as the $10,000 lost from the
Columbia express office two years agc
has never turned up.
s thoroughly prepared to do everything in
the Wheelwright and Blacksmith line: also
Enine and Boier Repairing.
All Work Guaranteed
And done pronmptly, at live and let live
Horse Shoeing :-eceive-s special attention
and work of all kinds is solicited.
R. L. BE3LL,
MANNING. S. C.
Cures All Diseases of Women.
MNYat~ women eunder the
the dak peculiar toaersex
effwcient thes s o d is
Snatural and incrble use so
ran ecomstoo fronuethem. ,pro
mistae. Fe womn areso bd iseased
0that they cannot be cued ~tis true.
that had they taken a remedy that was
escientwhen thefirstsym tomsofdis
ease ped. a more rapid cure woufl
Whih iahave en the result. Nowo sheho
neglect herself. When the .nthly Pe
niod becomes too frequent. papvfulu pro
* \.fuse. obstrzicted.or ir ireplarin anlyw%
or if shesuffers from f ifotfthewom.
t r rot o hrraremoeshari ed aedtproben sh
i toshl at once resort to the use of
Gerstie's Female Panacea
Which is absolutely the best female remedy ever offered her. Even if -he has
Ibeen negligent and allowed disease to fasten itself upon her she should not de
spair of being cured. This medicine is a purely vegetable tonic contain.
those ingredients intended by nature as a remedy for suffering womein. tmat
ters not if other remedies have been tried and proven failureu-Gerstl88.Fe
male Panacea will not fall. If there is any tenden to costive. iiy
digestion or biliousness, move the bowels gently with a nw mild dnes of Sth
Joseph's uver Regulator. If your druggistdoes notkeep tes ocedieies
write us and we will send them to you, all chM aid.upon receip s of pice.
Panacea, $1.00 per Bottle. Liver eglator, 2h5a per Packae
aL. raERnTLE & CO., Chattanooga, Ten.
tTh5o I-e 9. qy Dn-gM Itore, haac X ky~
L. B. DuRANT,
ardware, = Cutlery and Crockery,
In order to accom-odate iey growing business, I have
M yoved my quarters into the pacious store latel occpied by
tie Dncier-Bultn Coupany and I am prepared to fill all
orders Call or write for what on ant. My stock is com
plete. in fact largrer than ever before, having -added to my irn
i L..s LtoEk of
Hardware, Stoyes, Housefurnishing Goods,
Harness, Saddles, Leather, etc.,
A Large Line of Crockery.
I -rl4so handle in hilre quanties Iaints. Oils and Window
( a - T ss.
Mvy store is headquarters for Gutns, Pistols. Powder,
Si ot Shell and all kinds of Sporting Goods.
Engine and Mill ipplles.
All of our Stoves warranted.
L. 5EDU ANT.
SUMTER, S. C.
SEN N MNE anning5
'DSDROP CAeINET BURDCK EWING MACHIN Eby freigtht~.O.DmbjecttO esa~a. I
ne itat yourneaest freight depotyand if fand
perfe~ely satiatry, exactly as representedeBualatokah he r, s el t
as hizhLa a *60.00. and THE GRICATEST HARGAI! YOU
EflER UEAFtII OF, Pa Special Offer Price $15.50
" ad fi htars. Machine weighs 10 poundsandthefreight
avenge T75 cents for each 500 miles. GIVE IT THREE MONTHS' TRIAL In
yorown home, and we wilreturn yo - .150 any day you are not
twi'ed. Wel different s readof Sewing Cake a atn
t1.. 11--I0I A 1n.0 an-d ,all fufFllaneyr in . aIl
Mac~n Ctaog..bu~l. 0 orths RO DSKCAIST HeC lsokesi stc th
tho greates valesstelrnofferedabnany houds
BEWAREeats toIbeTfound in
txsznnt~ofein unnon aise uderanunaes w talon. ilgv o spc a
dareugts. Watesois fr~ed In~bargaindslealso inrel'Hea aydbGao
eeries. O I Yor patronage i
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On improvkeps fring astokter
best t lier cent Cannge gds
and mets to be fodei intl
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