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THE MANNI TIME
WEDNESDAY, November 12,1890.
Your Name in Prrud.
-Little Eddie, son of Mr. E. Conver:
Horton, is quite sick with fever.
-Misses Lou Huggins and Callie McFad
din are visiting in lichland county.
-Mrs. Susan E. Colclough, of Sumtei
county, is visiting her urother, Dr. S. C. C
-Mr. S. J. Bowman has accepted a posi
tion in the county treasurer's office, to as
sist in the collection of taxes.
-Mr. A. Nachman. one of Darlington's
most progressive business men, spent lasi
night with his nephew, Mr. A. Weinberg.
The State Fair is in progress in Columbia
this week. It is said to be the best for
years. Ben Tillman is there.
Wood for sale. Call on Lowry & Thames.
The attention of the members of St
Peter's Lodge is called to the important ma.
sonic notice in another column.
' Just received a choice lot of Tennessee
hams at Johnson's.
Clarendon will be well represented at the
State Fair. A large crowd boarded the train
at this depot this morning.
M. Levi has just received a car load of
fine flour which he offers at Charleston
The Wilsons literary club will meet next
Friday night. A nice program has been
arranged, and a large crowd and pleasani
time is expected.
Six inch plugs tobacco for a nickle al
The bat manufacturers of Reading, Pa.,
are about to organize an association to ad
vance their inte.ests. The result will be an
advance in prices.
Pickled pigs feet, Vienna sausage, and
Koscher bologna mixed with pork at John.
The cotton market in Charleston yester
day was quiet and steady, middling bring
ing 9 to 9.L6. In Manning the buyers are
paying to-day for middling 8.95.
M. Kalisky has received a fine lot of
Grover Cleveland thinks that the populai
demand for a reform of the tariff, which the
Republican party denied, was the chief
factor in the result of the late election.
Special attention is called to the magnifi
cent line of ladies' dress goods at Moses
November 15th is the date of expiration
for a great many of our subscribers. If yon
want the paper continued to your addresses
send us $1.50 promptly. Rememember we
work on the cash basis.
Go to Johnson's for the finest lot of gents',
ladies', and children's shoes. Prices guar
Mr. J. J. Broadway, of Packsville, claims
the best sugar cane in the county. He has
some "Tillman" cane that will make six
hundred gallons to the acre. Several par
ties say the sample cane sent as is the finest
they ever saw.
Golden machine oil for gins and mills at
Dinkins & Co.'s drug store.
Mr. S. Wolkoviskie, of this town, is the
party mentioned last week as the only
white man in the county who voted for
Deas, the negro candidate for congress. This
is in reply to numerous inquiries as to who
was the man.
Schwerin & Co., of Sumter, ask that their
Clarendon friends get their prices before
buying elsewhere. They claim that good
money will thus be saved.
The box for the State and county election
at Pinewood was thrown out, for irregulari
ties. This was the only place in the count3
where there was any trouble at all, and we
are told that had it not been for one white
man the negroes would not have given an3
trouble this time.
An elegant line of colognes, extracts
toilet soaps. face powders, hair brushes
combs, tooth brushes, and other toilet re
quisites at Dinkins & Co.'s.
Politics and Business in Sumter.
The gubernatorial contest in Connectica
is so close that it Will take a decision fron
the supreme court to determine whether th<
Democrats or Republicans have carried of
the prize. New York will elect a Democra
to represent the Empire State in the Unitei
States senate. All over the West the Demn
ocrats have made tremendous gains, and th<
52nd congress will be Democratic by a large
ThIs political revolution was caused ba
McKinley trying to force upon the people
law that would have been oppressive to th<
'The failure and defeat of Mr. McKinlet
is a matter of gratification to the Levi Bros
of Sumter, who being large purchasersfrou
factories direct, could at once detect the in
fluence the obnoxious legislation was havint
upon such goods as they were compelled t<
purchase for their numerous patrons.
When the electric messenger brought th<
news to Sumter that Mc~inley and hil
monopoly scheme were snowed under a
least for the present, the Levi Brothers al
once commenced arranging their stock fo:
the holiday season, and have now as prett:
display of dry goods, notions, trimmings
fancy goods, clothing, shoes, etc., as can be
found in any store in the State.
They especially invite their friends o
Carendon to call and examine their beauti
ful line of double width cashmere at 20 et;
per yard. Then they have, a new dres;
goods called Laerissa, which is magnificen
and cheap. Their stock of dress goods i:
complete in every respect with a beautifu
line of trimmings to match.
They have a fine line of lambrequin
scaloped and printed with tassels, from 75c
Felt 72 inches wide with drapery te
match. Plush table covers with deep fring,
fomi 50 cents up.
Table scarfs, silk and felt at $1 and up
wards. A fine line of zephyrs and German
town wool. Plushes in all colors and qual
They have a full line of men's, gents', an
boys' clothing at prices that cannot b
matched, in fact their whole stock is read;
to make the market of Sumter undergo
complete revolution as far as prices ear
bring about such a condition, and now i
the time and at-Levi Brothers' is the plao
to buy goods cheaper then you have eve
bought them before.
In the grocery department they hay
everything that the housekeeper could pos
sibly wish for, and at prices to suit anybod;
that wants a good supply of groceries.
From now until the season is over th
Levi Brothers propose celebrating the de
feat of McKinley by selling goods cheape
than any house in Sumter.
B. A. Johnson has just received an eke
gant stock of harness,,bridles, saddles, an
If you want first class groceries at tL
lowest cash prices go to Johnson's.
if you want a pair of good shoes Levi ha
Red rust proof oats at Kalisky's.
100 bbls of family flour cheap at Kalisky's
More granulated sugar for $1 at Kalisky
than at any other store in town.
If you 'want a good suit of clothes tr
M1. Kalisky has in stock a supply of ver
handsome parlor lamps, which he will se:
500 bushels genuine red rust proof oat
just arrived at Johnson's.
For weak back, chest pains, use a Dr. .
H. Mc'Lean's wonderful healing plaste
That sour-tempered, cross, dyspeptic ui
dividual, should take Dr. J. H. McLean
Sarsaparilla ! it will make him feel as we
and hearty as the healthiest of us. He needJ
rcig uip, vitalizing, that is all.
If you have a painful sense of fatigu<
find vour duties irksome, take Dr. J. H. M.
Lean's Sarsaparillat. It will brace you ul
ma~ke you strong and vigorous.
You cannot accomplish any work or bus
ne:s unless you feel wecll- If you feel use
u> -tired out--take Dr. J. H. McLean
S rsaparilla. It will give you healtl
strength, and vitality.
If you suffer pricking pains on movir
the eyes, or cannot bear bright light, an
find your sight weak and failing, you shoui
promptly use Dr. J. H. McLean's strengtl
- nin ey salve. 25 cents a box.
HOW IT STANDS
Below we give tho ^%Iat vote of the genei
4, 1890, as . viared by the Commissioners of
1G(4overnor IOth-er State stat-e
PRECINCTS & Lt. Gov. Officers. Sen.
DE.I IND DEM IND DEM
Manning.. 135 39 135 411 135
Foreston .... 104 17 82: 16 73
Jordan...... 1351 221 112' 3 110
Summerton.., 210! 13 203 51 206
Paksville... 2821 14: 28-3 0' 282
Fork........ 57 65d 591 31 82
New Zion.... 222 1o 2131 01 21]
To.tal. 145; 180j! 1086: 96ji 109S
The boxes for the State and county electioE
ities thrown out. At this box 69 vote s were <
Haskell voters were principally negroes. At
independent candidates for State officers got
Richardson got one more vote at each poll thi
vote 973. Mr. L. Appelt lost one vote at Fori
making his total vote 1100. Mr. L. M. Ragir
1103. Each of the county commissioners rec
boxes was 1389.
Following is the ticket elected, all of whom
GovERNR-Benjamin R. Tillman, of Edge
LIEUTENANT GovENoR--Eugene B. Gary, o
SEcRETARY OF STATE-James E. Tindal, of
ATToRNEY GENErAL-Young J. Pope, of Ne
STATE TREAsUREn-W. C. T. Bates. of Oral
S 'PERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION- W. D. Ma
COMPTRoLLF.R GENERAL-William H. Ellerb
A -rUTANT AND INSPEcToR GENERAI.-Hugh .
CONGREsS-Sllt Distrit-E. T. Stackhouse,
STATE SENATR-LouiR.H. DesChamps, of
REPREsENTATIVES-J. M. Richardson, of Pi
SCHOOL CoMussIoNER-L. Motte Ragin, of
PRoBATE JUDGE-Louis Appelt, of Mannin,
COUNTY CoMmIssIoNEns-Louis T. Fischer,
Zion; and T. Adams Way, of Silver.
Attempt at Suicide at Jordan.
JoRDAN., Nov. 10.-On Friday morning
last Mr. J. P. Mitchum, a highly respected
citizen of this section attempted to commit
suicide. Very early after his breakfast he
went to his room, secured a .32 calibre re
volver, and putting it about the head near
the ear he fired. The ball ranged upward.
He is still alive and seems to be improving,
but his physician has little hope of his re
covery. The ball has been found. Mr.
Mitchum is perfectly rational at times, and
gives his financial embarrassment as the
cause of the vile act.
Business has been good here this season.
which shows the prosperous condition of
the farmers, who may soon be an independ
Cotton crops have been fine, but the prices
were not beyond the contemplation of Alli
ance men. Although we hope soon to see a
Mr. Jos. Sprott, Jr., of this place, was
married to Miss Josie McLean, of Red
Springs, N. C., at the residence of the
bride's parents on the 5th inst. The young
couple reached this place last Friday. We
extend our congratulations, and wish them
a long and happy life.
Our school is in a flourishing condition
with about G5 pupils. Prof. J. JM. Knight
is principal: what else can we expect but a
good school? Upon the whole Jordan has
many advantages that would do credit to
larger places. C.
SYRUP OF FIGS,
Produced from the laxative and nutritious
juice of California figs, combined with the
medicinal virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human system, acts
gently, on the kidneys, liver, and bowels,
effectually cleansing the system, dispelling
colds and headaches, and curing habitual
[From ihe Red Springs, N. C., Farmer and
A Beautiful Marriage.
Last week Cupid wove some rare and
precious and most fragrant garlands for the
blessed shrines of Hymen in our midst, and
now we announce on Wednesday morning
of this week at the Presbyterian church Miss
Josie H. the lovely and accomplished daugh
ter of our highly esteemed townsman, Maj.
7. R. McLean, was .united in marriage to
Mr. Joseph Sprott, Jr., a most admirable
young gentleman of Manning, S. C. The
church was beautifully decorated. In the
aisle near the pulpit rose up a horse-s hoe,'
some six feet in length, and wide enoughI
for the couple to stand in, trimmed with
l~xuriant evergreens and flowers-back of
which stood the pulpit in a dense mass of.
flowe is and evergreens, reminding one of
rose-wreathed May and fragrant June-the
1birth months of sweet flowers. In front of
the horse-shoe, little to the left, stood the
pastor, Rev. J. M. Clark, who awaited the
approach of the bridal pair to make twain
one. At half past nine o'clock the deft and
plastic fingers of the skilled and accom
plished Miss Mamic McMillan touched the
keys of the organ and made them breathe
out that beautiful wedding march of Men
delsohn, and marching to its inspiring
strains caine the ushers, Messrs. A. T. Mc
Calumn, A. A. McEachern, Jas. G. Williams,
Dr. Alex Mack. Halting in the aisle the
ushers faced each other, crossed their wands,
graceful with white streamers, forming a
kind of an arch under wvhich passed the
bridal party proper-the attendants, Mr.
Choine Sprott and Miss Jessie McLean,
taking position on the right and left, follow
ed by the groom and his intended who
marching into the shoe, turned and faced
the large audience. The ushers then ranged
themselves on each side-the whole forming
a beutiful, pleasing tableau. The pastor
advancing, the ceremony was performed,
the marriage ring was placed upon the fin
ger of the happy, blushing bride, the bless
ing of God invoked, and the parties pro
nounced husband and wife. After congrat
ulations had teen extended the happy
couple left on the north bound train for
their home in Manning, S. C., followed by
a long train of sincere wishes for their fti
ture happiness and contentment.
Mr. Sprott is the cashier of the Bank of
Manning, and treasurer of Clarendon
Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic cures
every pop, or no pay.
One bottle Johnson's Chill and Fever
Tonic guaranteed to cure and prevent the
'eturn of fever. Price 50 cents.
What is a 100 times better than Quinine
and 100 years ahead of doctors in treating
Fevers of all kinds? Ans.-.Johnson's Chill
and Fever Tonic. WThy? Because one 50
cent bottle is guaranteed to cure.
Mrs. Susan A. Moore, for many years a
Sresident of this town, died in Sumter Oct.
IWilliam Childers died at his residence on
SSantee Oct. 31st, aged fifty-five years. He
-was a member of the Methodist church.
Mrs. Susan E. Hodge, wife of Mr. J. C.
Hlodge, of Jordan, died of cancer of the
face, Oct. 22d, aged thirty-nine years. She
-was a member of the Baptist church.
~Thomas Bell, who broke his leg Nov.
3d, died last Thursday from the effects of
his injuries, at the residence of his nephew,
-Mr. W. K. Bell. He was eighty years of
Iage, and the shock produced by the injury
was too great for him to survive it.
SMrs. Caroline B. Jones, of Panola aged
77 years, died at her home after a long ill
ness last Wednesday, and was buried at
Andrews chapel Thursday afternoon.
The two year old child of Mr. J. A. Brown,
of Packville, died Monday, and was buried
at Andrews chapel yesterday.
Leading authorities say the only proper
way to treat catarrh is to take a constitu
Stional remedy, like Hood's Sarsaparilla.
The members of St. Peters Lodge, No.54,
SA. F. M., are earnestly retquested to attend
a regular communication. Vednesday even
ig, the 26th inst. They are also requested
to be prepared with their annual dues in
order that the seeretary may make his re
port to the Grand Lodge.
- LOUIs APPEL-T, Secretary.
.1 Ee Brown's Iron Bitter.
5 Physicians recommend It.
All dealers keep it. $1.00 per bottle. Genuine
has trade-mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.
[F lOURl BACK ACH ES
Or you are all worn out, reallY good for nothing
it is general debility. Try
nuO WY'S IRON BIT TERS.
-It wil cure you. and give a good appetite. Sold
by aui dealers in medicine.
When you are constipated. ha~ve head
ache, or loss of appetite, take Dr. J. H. Mc
Lean's liver and kidney pillets; they are
dleasant to take and will cure you.
dYou can be cheerful and happy only when
v o are well. If you feel "out of sorts,"
ia.e D. J. H. Mc~an's Sarsaparilla.
,al election, held in Clarendon county No
Election, Nov. 11. 1S90:
Rep. -'rs A . Congrss.
DE'd DEtX 7E1, NO T~H-rDA
13:3 1:39 83! 2;! 167
67j 70 54; 4 1 2
103 120 3S| 5 121 1
100 205 12:1 12 1 II 11
S:.) 218 -48-) I
79 78 34 321 74
211 210 172i 34 247 13
975 1164- i7 164 1139 57
at Pinewood were on account of irregulai
ast for Haskell and 9 for Tillman. Tb
Fork, Harper got 31 votes while the othe
30 votes. At Fork and Packsville Mr. J. '.1
Ln did Dr. Woods, making Dr. Woods's tit
ston, at Jordan, at Fork. and at Packsvillf
lost one vote at Paeksville, making his vot
eived 1104 votes. Total vote cast at the Stat
are regular, old-fashioned Democrats:
yfield, of Green-ille.
e, of Marion.
[. Farley, of Spartanburg.
,nola, and I. M. Woods, of Sardinia.
of Summerton; W. H1. H. Hobbs, of Nev
OLD NURSERY FAVORITES.
There was Tom, the son of the Piper,
Jack Sprat, and Merry King Cole,
And the Three Wise Men of Gotham,
Who went to sea in a bowl;
The woman who rode on a broomstick,
And swept the cobwebbed sky,
And the boy who sat in the corner,
Eating his Christmas pie.
These were some of the old favorites, bu
they have been supplanted by the "Pansy'
ind "Chatterbox" stories, "Little Lort
Fauntleroy," and "Five Little Peppers.
The old fashioned pills and physics hav
been superceded, an d wisely, too, by Pierce';
Purgative Pellets, a mild, harmless and ei
Fective cathartic. They are pleasant to tak
--so gentle in their action that the most del
icate child can take them, yet so efftetivt
that they will cure the most obstinate case!
f constipation, stomach. liver and bowe
troubles. They should be in every nursery
As a gentle laxative, only one for a dose.
Residence Burned at Greeleyville.
GazEEYvUaL, Nov. 8.-The residence o
W. H. Campbell, at this place, was destroy
ed by fire this morning. Mr. Campbell wa:
%way from home on business. Mrs. Camp
bell waked just in time to make her escapi
with nurse and children. Only a few arti
ees of furniture saved. No clothing at al
;aved. The origin of the fire remains I
ystery. t. M. B.
CATARRH CAN'T BE CULED
with local applications, as they cannot reacl
the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a bloo<
Dr constitutional disease, and in order ti
cure it you have to take internal remedies
Hall's catarrh cure is taken intemnally, am
acts directly on the blood andi mucous sur
faces. Hall's catarrh cure is no quack med
icine. It was pre-uibed b3 one of the les
physicians in this country for years, and i
a regular prescription. It is composed o
the best tonics known, combined with th
best blood purifiers,-acting directly on th
mucous surfaces. The perfect combinatior
of the two ingredients is what produce
such *onderful results in curing catarrlb
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CENEY & Co., Props., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Dots from Sandy Grove.
SaxDY Gr.ovx, Nov. 8.-The cotton cropi
far better in our section than the farmer
thought it would be when picking first b~e
gan. Even P. Y.'s honey bee cotton is mak
ing an honorable turn out.
The election passed off smoothly at ou
poll. The Democrats in our section are re
joiced over their success, having electe
The health of the community is gooi
with exception of colds, which seem to b
general. s~ur TAmTEn.
A cream of tartar baking powder. HigI
est of all in leavening strength.- U S. Go
ernent Report, Awl. 17, 1889.
FACTS FOR THE SICK!
A Letter ,fromn an Eminaent Divine i Regar~d
the Best Mefdicine in the WIorbl. Read.
Arnam, GA., Jan. 2, 1890.-Six mnonti
ago, at the request of a friend who was ir
terested in the sale of King's Royal Germi
tuer, I made a written statement of the bei
efits I had received from the use of thn
medicine. In that statement I expressed tlI
belief that it would cure me entirely of c:
tarrh. Within the last two months I has
received letters from every quarter of t1I
nation calling on ine for further informi
ton in regard to my health. It has bee
impossible for inc to write privately to eac
person who has made this request, and I am
therefore ander the necessity of makin
another public statement.
I am fi-ee from catarrh. I believe that
could get a certificate to this effect from an
competent physician. I have used no mei
icine within the last six months exce-l
King's Royal Germetuer. My health is be
ter than it has been in thirty years. I am
in possession of information which wa
rants me in saying that the relief which
have experienced from the use (oi the med
ine is not more certain amnd radical tha
that which it has brought to hundreds<
persons in Gcorgia and other States.
I feel it to be my duty to say, also, th:
the effects of this remedy upon my wi:
have been even more signal and wo~nderfui
She has been almost a lifelong invalid froi
nervous headache, neuralgia, aiid rheum:
tism. In a period of thirty years she h
scarcely had a day's exemp~tion from pail
She has been using Germetuer about tu
months. A more complete transformatin
I have never witnessed. Every symptom<
disease has disappeared, She appears to 1
twenty years younger, and is as happy an
playful as a healthy child. We have pe
suaded many of our friends to take tl
medicine, and the testimony of all of' the.
is that it is a great remedy.
J. B. HIaw-rson:,
Pastor First Baptist Church.
Royal Geninetuer builds up from the fir
dose, the patient quickly feeling its invig
rating and health-giving infiuence. It il
creases the appetite. aids digest ion, clona
the complexion, regulates the: Ii v'r, kidneuy
etc, and speedily brings b'loom to tI
cheek, strength to the body, and joy to 11
heart. For weak and (tebilitated fe-males
is without a rival or a peer.
If you are sulfering w ith disease and ft
of a cure, send srtmp for printe-d imatt
For sale by the Kin's Roylid Gerumetui
ICopany, 1-1 N. Lro'ad street, Atlanta, (i:
and by druggis s. Price- St.50 per conce:.
trated bottle, w'hichl muakes oe gallon
medicine as5 per direction's accomalpanyim
each bottle. Foer sale in 31annming by J.
Dinkins & Co , andi in Foruest';n by D)r..
W. F. OSTENDOR~FF, 223 M1eeting S
Charleston, S. C., offers the Daisy Itoad Cs
for $12.50; the Pansy Road Curt for 14.0
the Cortland Road ('art for $22.00; the Alti,
IRoad Cart for $25.00); the VillaL Ph:eton Laz
back Cart for $23.00; Buggy Harness $6.
J. D. RUTLEDGE. E. A. TINDAL.
DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS OF
STMMERTON, S. C.
KeI-p in. st 1 1 fll e of bedsteads. elairs, tables. s . wardrOles, blureas, hed
room sets, cradles, CiIS, mattresses, bed sirings, coliiu, caskets. etc., etc. Our stock of
COFFINS AND CASKETS
is equal to any kept in this or Sumter counties, and we will fill orders at any bour day or iight.
Mr. If. I. Meldau. well known in this county as a skillful and experienced mechanic, will give
personal attention to l'epairing of any and all kinds of furniture, or will mianufacture any kilnd of
furniiture ati shortest notice. Our prices are as low as the lowest, and all we ask to effect a sale
is an -fillspeetioll of our roodls.
BROWN & CHANDLER,
- STYMTER, S. C.
Clothiers, Hatters, and Furnishers.
Desire to call the attentioll of the people o" Clarendon to their magnificent, line of
At $5.00, $7.00, and $10.00. A suit which is decidedly the best goods ever offered for
CALL ON THE SUMTER
TEA AND COFFEE
T. B. CURTIS, Proprietor,
Monaghan's New Block, SUMTER,
ITeas and Ciofl'es in largest variety a specialty. Ferris's and H~arvey's Hams and Strips,
Thurber's Sugared Fruits. &c., &c. Remember our aim is to keep the be'st ("WI. K. T. B.")
atnd fintest. variety in the city, with as reasonable a price as is consistent with samne. Glive us a
call, and see if this yolung Charlestonian can't please you.
MA M TH SOCK!Dr. T. L BURGESS,
ISUMMERTON, S. C.
Ikeep always on hand a full line of
Pure Diugs and Medicines,
J~anom an ceap goods now oln ex11ilbitionl. FANCY ANDTOILET ARTICLES, ThiL4ET
Hallsolle alt 11% -SOAPS, PERFUMERY, STATION
andt 1-eatly for' thle ilispection o f close ERY, CIGAR~S, GARDEN SE EDS,
I mlyer's. at and such articles as arc- usually kept in a first
class drug store. I keep in stock a line of
O' ' PAINTS AND OILS,
and am prepared to sell paints, oils, lead,
vtarnishes, brushes, &c., in quarntities to suit
Sumter, S. C. SPECTACLES&EYECLASSES.
We have visited the largest markets in the United States, and the result J. G. Dinkins & Co. have recently obtain
of our selections bears us out in saying that we have not only the hand- ed the agency for the celebrated
somest and most complete. but the cheapest line of ladies' dress goods, wraps,
- and novelties in the city of Sumter. Our Aqu Crystalj Spectacles and
"Fall and Winter Purchases and in aEynte lase FL
STOCK have purchased a large supply of
s these goods, and are now prepared to it the
that eyes of any one, young or old, whose eyes
this year proves thtwe know the wants of the trade, by a thorough knowl- need help. Bly the aid of~ the OPToMET'ER
ed e of how to buy, where to buy, and what to buy. W e offer you fresh, this is rendeied the work of a few mioments.
t honest, "1an and reliable merchandise, bought from first hands at t1he clos- As to tuality these goods are unexcelled,
est margins. We guarantee prices against any house, honestly conducted, in "nd teir
the trade. WVe extend a cordial invitation to the people of Clarendoni, comn- PRICE IS MODERATE.
e are our prices, and deal on a square, honest basis of business. W.e call
P speca atetooimnesok of Any one tvhose eyes need hellp should call
speciaeveryenabricorangengefromc10 Jt-07:. (4. Dinkins & Co. and be itted with a
o o a ev eryard, ranin cors o 10es pair of Aqua-Crystal spectacles or eye
00 Dre1s0serrd. ool horenet tas es
havtoseethse ood t aprcaete.Te hr sorblack drs J.~ 0. Dinkins & Co. will present each one
haetg e heegost appreiat hm n k, sisur rsso their customers with a yaluable treatise
I goods, consisting in part of black gros gri ik ikand wolhnitaon the care and preservation of the eves.
Y and all-wool henriettas witn a nice satin finish, cashmneres and armnures of all called "Onr Eyes in H~ealta and Disease."
kinds. We have a prettier line of ginghams than usual. A new design of Call and get one.
dress goods is the Japanese serge for house dresses, also ottoman pha:ids and J. , DINKINS & CO., Druigists,
stips AneeatlnfSign of the Golden Mortar,
C (Ino~ Mowm~rkGIS, Wr898, 3ANNING, S. C
fl~wIUUH I~9 IUIUJVIArthur L. Macbeth,
And plush and all-wool jackets. A large assortment of MIISSES' CLOAKS, PH OTOGRAPH ER,
from 17o ' years, at unheard of prices. 55'7 King, opp. Wolfe st., Charleston, S. C.
4to When you visit Charleson don't faili to
b hae somae pictures taken by AthurL.ac
0 U C AR P T DE P R TM E 'I. beth, the only colored photogrpher in the
I RET EPATState. Superior work at lcwest prices.
was evermorecomplete. Carpets, Rutgs, Druggets, and 3Iattings, at
prcsta eycompetition. A Poon ert
SHOE STOCK. -0
Sa great ad'vantage over those that bought later. We keep E. P. Rleedi &
SCo.'s celebrated kid button boots for ladies, also their world rentowned Pti shet h a te rdCi
"waukeuphast."eEery pair guaranted. We'alsoihaveaumnanficentbhn
CLOTHINC, HAT, & CENTS' FURNiSHINOCOIDS ~iosooe.Nweei s
in all of these lines. Lartest styles and best lflish.fot.Atiignteshelnfrua
Ou wreromsan seveeae rode wt
trton rocieis. A ppreciating the large patr~onage we receive from our h. ilmk art ~esra ~
- f amer friends, we have I aken special care ir. our contracts for Fertilizers,ar nfatrsalo'Ihyadlth
(.and we ask thiat theyv will see us before purchasing elsewhere,.eertdWi"Swn ahn,~dcr
I-~\e are payini' the highest prices for cotton. UE.DW alt alo
0 D NNE L & C . pp . qare . de termi ora t hoe woe.kta
SCHWERIN & CO.,
of s-umter, S. C.
Can swae the p.-oIle of Clarvnidon good money by calling on them at their mammoth
tore house awl -ting their
' 011 n5 Weis, lev s. Mri cns All Sinds of Sispk 0o0ccL
Come andI see us. We are leaders. Prices and quality of goods guaranteed.
iC0lW fERIN & CO.. Main St., Sumter. S. C.
SMl o a Noi C
HAL. D. GREEN, Manager.
We have the largest and most complete line of
BCOOO NZI BANX BOOM; FIXI STAON117, NO7II &cn
n Sunter. We buy in large quantities direct, and sell as cheap as any house in the
state. We keep all books used in the public schools of both Sumter and Clarendon
nunties. Give us a eall and be convinced.
Main M., Opposite Court House, SUMTER, S. C.
U ANT & BELITZER
MIin Street, SUMTER, S. C.
We carry the
largest and finest
line of all grades
and styles of Fur
niture ever seen'
in these parts,
and can sell you
at prices that
A Chnoc to Lie,
Try us and be
Wall Paper and Shades in Abundance.
R. W. DURANT & SON
Carry~ a large stock of goods, and can furnish nearly anything made of iron. Tools
oir mechanics, farming implements, household supplies, carriage and wagon material,
;uns, pisto.s, cartridges, loaded shells, etc. Also crockery, glassware, potware, tinware,
,oodenw are, lam i1s. belting, lace leather, gin bristles, rubber and hemp packing. We
iave on hand a large supply of
CooKING AND HEATING STOVES,
Of best make. ;-oliciting the trade of the people of Clarendon, we remain, Yours
R. W. D)UR ANT & SON, Sumter, S. C.
J UST RECE IVE D.
TfHREEV CAR LOADS
ALSO. FRESH ARRIVALS OF
BUCCIES, CARRIACES, ROAD CARTS, AND WAGONS.
H. HARBY, Sumter, S. C.
November 4th, 1890.
Agricultural implements, guns, pistois, cutlery, Dupont's powder, sporting goods a
;pecialty. Paints, (regal brand) oils, varnishes, and brushes. Agents for
Garland Stoves and Ranges,
Studebaker wagons and road carts, buggies. ph:etons, surries, and carriages. The
argest assortment of harness in the city. Iron pipe, pumps, mill supplies, hubs, rims,
mal spokes. Tinware, woodenware, rubber and leather belting. We flatter ourselves
hat the above lines are coitnrlete in every particular, and we would ask before buying
hat you call and examine the stock of
GAILLARD & LENOIR,
O.L. VIET T,
- IANUFACTURE2R OF
A r tis ti o ]Mooname nt s
13n Marlzie anic1 C-ranite.
MIAGNOLIA CE3METERY AVENUE,
CJ11AURL E S T O , S. C.
Enterprise Cars pass office and workshops.
FU RNITU RE!
JOSEP]H F. NSOR RIS,
2sms 1E.inag street,
CH A RL E ST ON, C. C.
Buy your furniiture for cash, and save one-half its cost. You can do it
y calling at the above store, and selecting from the largest stock and cheap
t furniture store in the State.
W. J. Black,) MRS.MARY 0. BURGE88,
Sales Stables. Millinery and Notions.
Lemzoved to cor. .\larket \ Chunrch streets, iPatronage solicited: satisfaction guaran
teed. Corner Boyce and Brooks streets,
( T ' I AET N. S. (. 1 MANNING. S. C.