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THE MANNING TDES.
Published Every Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDITOR AND PROPRIrrOR. Terms: Srnscninmo-., RATs.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All snbscriptions payable in advance. ADVERTIsING RATE.-O1le square, . first in sertion. $1 00; each subsequentinsertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise tuents. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Comm-icATross must be accompanied by the real na-ne and addreqs of the writer in order to receive attention. No conimnim cation of a personal chanater will be pub ished except as an advertisement. For further information address S. A. NETTLES. Manning, S. C. WEBRESDAY, MAY 13, 1891. Your Name in Prini. -Mrs. Lee Scarborough, of Sumter coun ty, is on a visit to her mother, Mrs. B. A. Walker. -Miss Annie Loryea left last Monday to spend a few weeks with relatives in Sumter and Mayesville. -Mrs. Martha B. Rhodus and son William passed through Manning last Monday on their way to Georgia. -Capt. A Levi has been elected mayor of the Fourth Regiment, and will leave to morrow morning for Columbia, to report for duty. We had a nice rain this afternoon. The county treasurer's report appears in this issue. A new lightning rod is being placed on the court house. The town council will soon have disinfec tants distributed throughout the town. Mr. Henry Haynesworth, one of the old est citizens of Sumter county, died yester day. Dr. S. C. C. Richardson has improved the appearance of his premises with a new fence. The brick are being hauled from the de pot for the enlargement of Dinkins & Co.'s drug store. Is your house insured ? If not see S. A. Nettles at once, and get him to write a pol icy for you. First class milk shakes at Lowry's, a nickle a glass. Comptroller General Elerbee has request ed the resignation of the auditor of Marion on account of not complyingz with instruc tions. For la grippe, coughs, colds, etc., use syr up of rock candy, horehound. and tolu. 50c. a bottle at Dinkins & Co.'s drug store. Miss Annie Loryea, of this place, last week counted the blooms on a cactus plant she has, and was surprised to find nearly two hundred blooms on one plant. The handsomest assortment of paper and envelopes in town at H. A. Lowry s. Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Bar ron, died last Saturday, aged fourteen months. The remains were interred in the Manning cemetery Sunday morning. Pure and unadulteiated extracts of all -flavors at H. A. Lowry's. The political factions of Charleston that have been warring with each other, are now smoking the pipe of peace, and will be a unit in their coming municipal contest. Lemon, vanilla, and strawberry extracts at Lowry's. The case against M. L. Herlong, in Or. engeburg, for the killing of Capt. Wanna maker at St. Matthews a few months ago, resulted in an acquittal of the accused yes terday. H. A. Lowry has his soda water fountain in full blast. The present dusty condition of the streets of Manning is to the devil a source of infinite amusement. The dust fies in men's eyes and makes them swear, and it ruins women's diesses and makes them wish they only knew how. Just received a lot of~ine stationery at Lowry's. There will be preaching at the Baptist church to-morrow (Thursday) evening at $ o'clock by Rev. Myron W. Gordon, pas tor of Laues. St. Stephens, and Georgetown churches. Mr. Gordon will make a flying visit to his cousin, Rev. T. E. Jasper. Corwitz Sarsaparilla is the best blood pu rifier. 128 doses for a dollar at Dinkms & Co.'s drug store. Last Sunday afternoon the Manning Guards in uniform and side arms turned out to attend the services at the Methodist -church. Dr. W. ' Stokes. recently elected -chaplain of the company, delivered an able and appropriate sermon. There was a Jarge congregation present. One of the prettiest and ir ost fashionable dresses of the season is a white sw~ss em ~broidered suit with a suitable china silk sash. Just go to Rigby's and you will get the dress you want. Summerton News. Someros, May 12.--The weather for a few days last week was almost cold enough for March. Some parties say they saw :frost. The concert on last Tuesday night was quite a success, and was a great treat to the audience. Dr. Evans is in the village and stopping at Mrs. Ingram's and is now ready to ad. mninister relief to the maim, halt, and in r. J. P. Brock and wife are goe to Birmingham, Ala., to attend the Baptist convention. Mr. J. C. Lanham has accepted a situa tion with the house of J. F. Werner & Co., as traveling agent. We wish him much success in his new occupation. c. Olice of LEVI BROTHERS, Dealers in General Merchandise. SumE, S. C-, May 5th, 1891. Editor Manning Times:-We are constantly receiving encouraging re ports from the people of Clarendon -to our invitations to visit our store, and a visit means the purchase ofa iill of goods. Our stock is comnplete With everything and our prices can mot be beaten, therefore, we can safe ly say that the people have found oun where they can get the most goods for the least money, by making om~ store their trading head-quarters. At this season of the year it is usu aly dull but as yet we have felt littki change as far as our sales are con cerned, because we keep what the people want, and use printer's ink it first-class journals to inform the read ing public what we have, and how cheap we can sell. Very respectfully, LEVI BROTHERS. FOR DYSPEPSIA Esp Brewn's Iron Bitters I'Mscians recommend it. ef .daers kegep it. $1.00 per bottle. Glenuine isrdeararnd crcssed red lines on wrapper. A Western Judge Turned Banker In a town up North an ER-Judge is cashier of a bank. One day re cently he refused to cash a check of fered bv a stranger. "The check is all right," he said~ "but the evidence you offer in identi fying yourself as the person to whos order it is drawn is scarcely suiff ,cient." "I've known you to hang a man oa less evidence, Judge," was the stran ger's responSe. "Quite likely," replied the El Judge, "but when it comes to lettini go of cold csh we have to be car ful" An Ice House in Manning. Messrs. Sires & Chandler have an ice house in c anection with their furniture store, where they always have on band a large quantity of ice. They sell as low as can be had any where, and are always pre. pared to fill orders of any size. Persons interested in picnics, festivals, etc., can get very low prices from them. The people oi Manning appreciate this enterprising act, and are liberally patronizing the ic: house. Manning Guards at the Centennial. A detachment of the Manning Guards left this morning for Columbia, to take part I in the Centennial festivities. The boys were merry an expect to have a fine time. The following is a roll of the detachment: Captain, I. I. Bagna!. Lieuts., F. 0. Richardson and A. P. Burgess. Sergts. E. M. Brown and J. H. Itigby. Ensign, P. J. Creecy. Corporals, C. lR. Harvin and J. P. Thames. Privates, B. A. Johnson, Warrington Olliver, G. H. Huggins. Wim. Lewis, W. T. Iesesne, H. D. Clark, Peter Hodge, W. H. Trescott, Charles lidgill, Abie Weinberg, E. P. McLeod, J. A. Thames, Marion Con yers, E. Tbames, John Walker, and J. E. Clark. Drummer, George Epperson, colored. There were also a number of others, both ladies and gentlemen, from this place, who left this morning for the Centennial. Tribute of Respect. WHRazats, God in His wisdom has taken from us sister Martha M. Davis; be it resolved 1st. That in the death of Sister Davis, the Women's Missionary Society of Man ning Station has lost its most devoted and active member, towhoseuntiring zeal much of its success is due. 2nd. That we feel a deep personal loss in her death, having been greatly helped in our work by her life. 3rd. That a page of the minutes be dedi cated to her memory. 4th. That a copy of these reolutions be sent to the bereaved family, the Southern Christian Advocate. and county papers. MNs. W. E. BARE, A.ns. W. S. SToKEs, Mrs. H. A. Lowuv, Committee. Sheriff D. J. Bradham. Capt. D. J. BradLam was last Monday ap pointed sheriff of Clarendon county, to fill the unexpired term caused by the death of Sheriff Lesesne. Governor Tillman referred the matter to the legislative delegation and the chairman of the county Democracy. These gentle men met in the court house last Saturday, and, after thoroughly canvassing the situa tion, Capt. D. J. Bradham was endorsed by Senator L. H. DesChamps, Representative J. M. Richardson, and County Chairman S. A. Nettles. Dr. Woods favored the appointment of Mr. J. H. Lesesne, and withdrew from the meeting before the recommendation of Capt. Bradham was signed by the other three gentlemen. Several petitions were circulated by the friends of Mr. J. H. Lesesne, and the num ber of names to these petitions is an agree able compliment to Mr. Lesesne. The appointment of Capt. Bradham is a meritorious recognition of his active work in behalf of the Democratic party. There is now a vacancy in the auditor's office, which will be dilled upon the recom mendation of the legislative delegation. Capt. Bradham has made decidedly the best auditor Clarendon has ever had, and we doubt if he had his superior in the State. This is an important office, probably the most important in the county, and we hope the delegation will exercise great prudence in making their recommendation for his suc cessor. Talking of patent medicines-you know the old prejudice. And the dqctors-some of them are between you and us. They would like yo" to think that what's cured thousands won t cure you. You'd believe in patent medicines if they didn't profess to cure everythin-and so, between the ex periment of doctors, and the expe 'i nents of patent medicines that are sold only be cause there's money in the "stuff,' you lose faith in everythinig. And, you can't always tell the prescrip tion that cures by what ypu read in the pa pers. So, perhaps, there's no better way to sell a remedy, than to tell the truth about it. and take the risk of its doing just what it professes to do. That's what the World's Dispencary Med. ical Association, of Buffalo, K. Y., does with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. If they don't do what their makers say they'll do-you get your money back. Ye Old Folke's Concerte at Sunmmerton. For some days our town and vicinity have been in a flutter of excitement over the anticipation of a rare treat in the way of a concert after the fashion of "ye olden Itimes," and early on Tuesday, the 5th inst., all eyes turned to the cast to catch the first ray of the rising sun, to see if the promise was for fair weather or no; and as the sun rose clear and brilliant many hearts leaped for joy, but, alas for man's calculationse, how often they go awry. And thus it was that just after the middle of the day dark clouds arose and a heavy rainfall was the consequence, with a considerable fall in the thermometer. The more timid were there by kept away, but those who ventured out to the concert were fully repaid. On entering the hall the profuse and beautiful decorations drew forth many ex ebmations of delight, and the scene, with a little draft on our imaginations, transport ed, us from this mundane sphere to the realms of the fairy. Shortly after the time announced for the entertainment to begin the curtain slowly rolled away, the concert began, and for two hours our people were delightfully enter tained by a choice and varied program of vocal and instrumental music, recitations, etc. The choruses were all excellent selec tions, and were rendered in that excellent style that showed not only exact and care ful training but considerable talent in that line. 'The vocal solos rendered by Mrs. S. R. Cole and Mrs. Rt. R. Briggs were exceeding ly fine, and in no wise detracted frcm the reputation these ladies enjoy as sweet sing ers. Kian Stebbins's talk with the brakeman, a humorous recitation rendered by Mr. J. J. Cantey in his usual happy style, was receiv Ied with considerable applause and our Baptist, Preebyterian, and afethodi -1 friends were all kept busy laughing at thE discomforture of that other church and dodging the hints received by their creed. Our young drummer friend, Mr. Algers, of Baltimore, added very much to the even ing's enjoyment by his humorous recitations and very excellent imitations. The instrumental solos by Miss Sarah Smyth and Rev. Mr. Ayers excellent as was also the duet by Misses Anna Burgess and Georgia Ingram. And now we would like to tell your readers something about cousit Jedidiah, and of how Miss Maria Brock im personated the matron as she related to hei household the expected arrival of cousir Jedidiah from Bosting, that we have laughed over that piece until the very last hutton has departed from our wearing apparel, and the close union that has existed be tween pants and suspenders is no more, for the last button is gone and these twc friends are gradually drifting away fron: each other,-the suspenders drawing up ward while the pants incline downward and we fear unless some remedy be shortl: discovered irreparable misfortune will be fall us.. . After the concert was over wve repairc to the lawn and there feasted upon the most delightful of ice cream, strawberries cake, etc. All in all the concert was a grand success and the evening is one long to be rememn beed by our people. vIsTOr. Summerton, S. C., May 9, 1891. THE LADIES DELIGHTED. The peaant effect and the perfect safet; wihwihladies may use the liquid fri laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all condition make it their favorite reme~dy. It is plcat 'ing to the eye and to the taste, gentle, ye Iefectual in acting on the kidneys, hivei and bowels. The presence of dandruff indicates a dii Ieased scalp, and if not cured, blanchingc the hair and baldness will result. Hall Hair Renewer will cure it. If you want a cool and refreshing drin go to Lowry's and get a glass of his spar] Jordan News. Mn. Enror.:--You haven't been gettinm much news from Jordan, lut it is not be cause we are not alive. We are jast pull ing ahead with a strong steady pull all to gether. Tihe farmers a not allowing grass ti grow untier their feet. The trades are busy. The merclhats ar progressive and enterprising. Messrs. XV. 1). 1eagier & Co. are gettini numbers of cross ties. Building is on a boom. The acadwmy i nearing completion. 31r. J. 1. Kniht is adding two comfort able rooms to his cottage which he bough at the Avant sale. Mr. W. T. Sprott is soon to commence i dwelling for himself. Mr. J. M. Sprott speaks of additions t< his dwelling. In prosperity our pople do not forge the giver of all good. Religious services ar( Well attend-d aind inter stin'. Jordan is alive on the subj-et of educa. tion. The academy under Prof. Knight' principalslip scores ano ther posperous year, and has ha' i larger attendance than ever before. l'rot. Knight's re-election unanimous'ly as principal tells that he gave I perfect satisfactien. 3Miss Susie Lesesne Las been elected assistant a.13 will in ad dition to being a.stant have charge of tie music department. The patrons are all glad to get 4 Susic again. She was with us one se.sion before and won the eon fidence and esteem of every one; so, with Prof. Knight and liss Susie in charge, the Jordan academy will go onward and up ward, equal if not superior to any school in the county, or out of it for that matter. The health of Jordan is good. Good water, morals good, no vices of any kind. Christian family influence pervades the entire communitV. Christian teachers, pa rents looking to the moral and'religious ed ucation of ther children cannot do better than to place them at the Jordan academy. Preparations are being made for accomo dating a number of pupils with board, in good families. Everything will be in read iness for a full number of students at the commencement of the next session. Parents at a distance desirous of securing board should communicate at an early date with Prof. J. M. Knight at Jordan, . C., and get terms of board and tuition to the best school in the county. Miss Laura Knight. who is serving as as sistant with much satisfaction the present term, has decided to go to college to complete her education. We regret to lose her, but wish her a pleasant time. Knowing her erergy and capacity we are assured of her success. Bon royage, Miss Laura, but don't forget to come back. The ladies as usual are preparing for a success on 22nd of the Pink Tea. Mr. Ed itor, please tell everybody to come. The ladies never fail when they undertake any thing. Good night, Mr. Editor, you may hear from us again soon, that is, if you can stand this over dose from your old friend, C. Jordan, S. C., May 11th, 1891. Only a headache cure. The only head ache care, but the infallible headache care is Bradycrotine. Letter From Tom. SIvERa, May 12.-The momentous topic of all conversation among ths farmers is rain and stanas of cotton. With uplifted hearts we earnestly and anxiously await the remembrance of a just and kind Provi dence, who has promised rain to the un just as well as the just. Picnics are on the brain and pockets of the people. Here and there we go to mn gle with the truest and bravest hearts. The young vie with each other. There is life in this old land yet, all that is necessary is to sharpen up the appetite, pick your flint, and go ahead. The picnic given by the good people at W. W. Benbow's on Satur day was all to satisfy the most fastidious. The most charmirg young ladies graced the occassion. There will be given on Friday, the 22nd, by the Andrew Chapel Sunday-school a gand picnic at Fiudd's Mill. On Saturday the 23rd, Silver likewise will make her bow for the first time in in troducing to the public a Sunday-school picnic. The question of interest with us is, wvho will be the next sheriff for Clarendon county. The latest sensation we have was the un fortunate position of one of our younig men here, who swallowed a mouse. Tom. EVERYBODY KNOWS That at this season the blood is filled with impurities, the accumulation of months of close confinement in poorly ventilated stores, workshops, and tenements. All these impu rities and every traes of scrofuhr, salt rheum, or other diseases may be expelled by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, the best blood purifier ever produced. It is the only medicine of which "100 doses one dollar" is true. Obeying the Rules. Aunt Furby (in the city hotel:) "Why, you hain't goin' to lock me in, Si, are you ?" Uncle Si: "Dunno how I'm goin to help it. I've got to go out for an hour, and thar's the rule: 'Guests must leave their keys with the clerk on going out?'." BUCKLEN'S ARtNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheumn, fevei sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive ly cres piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect ra'isfaction, o money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by J. G. Dinkins & Co. LA GRIPPE AGAIN. During the epidemic of la grippe last season Dr. King's New Discovery for con sumption, coughs, and colds, proved to be the best remedy. Reports from the many who used it confirm this stat-ment. They were not only quickly relieved, but the dis ease left no bad after results. We ask you tc give this remedy a trial and we guarantee that you will be satisfied with results, 0; the purchase price will be refunded. Il has no equal in Ia grippe, or any throat, chest, or lung trouble. Trial bottles free ai J. G. Dinkins & Co.'s drug store. Largen bottles 50c. and $1. HAPPY HOOSIERS. Win. Timmons, postmaster of Idaville, Ind., wr'tes: "Electric Bitters has dont more for me than all other medicines com. bined, for that bad feeling arising fronr kidney and liver trouble." John Leslie farmer and stockmnan, of same place, says "Find Electric Bitters to be the best kidnej and liver medicine, made me feel like a new man." J. W. Gardner, hardware merchant same town, says: Electric Bitters is jus the thing for a man who is all run dowr and don't care whether he lives or dies; he found newv strength, good appetite and fel just like he had a new lease on life Only 50 cents a bottle at J. G. Dinkins Co.'s drug store. True Love. She: "How much do you lov me?" He: "More than I can tell. Wh: I couldn't love you any more if every one of those freckles was a twenty dollar gold piece." POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. Higi .est of all in lenaening strengrth.-Latest From Bad to Worse. The ordinary treatment of conta gious blood poisoning is to dive one poison from the system by introduc ing another. The result. in most > cases, has been that which usually follows a leap from the frying-pan in to the fire. To put it mildly, mercu rial and other mineral poisonings have disadvantages which are hardly less serious than contagious blood poison. Iu either case the system is i wrecked; and yet there is no reason why humanity should continue to suf fer. It is the office of S. S. S. to cure contagious blood poisoning. For that diseape the medicine is surely a specific. And it is also its office to cure imercurial and other mineral poisoning. In short, S. S. S. is the 14reat blood purifier. It destroys the "erms of the contagious disease, and expels from the system all form of mineral poisoning It restores health I and strength to the sufferer. .ltlia (to her little boy). "Now, len nie. if vu'il be good and go to sleep, mam ma'il give you onet of Dr. Ayer's nice sugar coated c(athartie Pills, text time you need imedicine." Bennie, smiling sweetly, drop ped off to sleep at once. New Depot for Foreston. Fonr-rSTON, May 12.-Our town yesterday morning was thrown into a conunotion, it having been reported that the Atlantic Coast Line would have a corps of engineers here to locate a site for a depot. I think anout all the inhabitants were out to wit ness the great event, and true to reports at a given signal i big fat man with tape line, hatchet, and stakes, with a full force of as sistants, and to the great joy of all pre:;ent, drove down the stakes and inspired the crowd with the hope that very soon a larger force of men would commence the long needed and looked for depot. When they are ready to lay the corner stone, which will be clone by the citizens generally, the editor of the TimEs will have due notice and we hope he will honor the occasion with his presence. Our farmers are all moving ahead, each one trying to excel the other. They are all out of the grass but needing rain. The Sunday-sehool of the Methodist church .vill celebrate Children's Day next Sunday with appropriate exercises, to which all friends of the cause are cordially invited and especially the editor and his lady. P. O. DEAFNESS CAN'T BE CURED by local application, as they can not reach the diseased poi nion of the air. 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 inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nor mal conlition, hearing will be destroyed for ever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed coniition of the mucus surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) that we cannot cure by taking Hall's Ca tarrh cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. pa-Sold by Druggists, 75c. When Baby was sick, we gave her CastorLa. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to CastorIa. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria, Rheumatism is caused by an acid in the blood; therefore, external treatment affords no permanent relief. To eliminate the poison and make a thorough cure of the disease, nothing else is so efficient as Ayer's Sarsparilla. Price Sl. Worth S5 a bottle. IF YOUR: .IACKC ACH ES Or you are all wvorn out, really good for nothing it is general tiebility. Tiry y)3:0)i;;. InO.V Jt] TT ERS. JIt will cure you. and give a good appetite. SoM~ ball dealers in medicime. Santee River. COLUMBIA, May 12-10 a. ir.-On the Con garce River; Gauge reading, 1.0 foot; water, standing; weather, clear. CAMDEN, MaY 1-9 A. x.-Camden Bridge, on the WVateree River; Water Gauge reading, 5.9 feet; water falling; weather, fair; up stream, fair. TIWUSANOSOF WOM Become afflicted and remain so, suffering untold miseries from a sense of delicacy they cannot overcome. ERADIELDg FEIIAL RE IUATOR, by timlatng nd rouingtohealthy ACTS AS A SPECIFiC. It causes health to bloom on the cheek, and joy to reign throughout thle framne. It never fails to cure. The Best Msnin ever Mads for Women. "\iy wife has been under treatment of leading p)hys.icians threo years, without benefit. After using three bottlesof B3An- - J1Et1's FrM. REGULATOB she can do BER OWN COoEING, MTLING AND WASHING." N. S. BRYAN, Henderson, Ala. BRADJIELD REGULATOR Co., Atlanta, Ga. Sold by druggists at $1.00 per bottle. Racie Slore The greatcst bargain giving house in Sumter. Awn mar o aran wilmrhfrom our store during the next few weeks. The Napoleons of value will il luminate the great event, and there will be no cessation of hostilities against high prices until our cause and the cause of the people is won. Everything a notch lower than in the past. Come to see our stock, buyers or not. It will be a liberal educa -tion in the possibilities of low prices. We are servants of the masses, and what is shrewdly bought by us can be shrewdly purhased by hm SECOND TO NONE are our goods in quality. It is scant wis -dom to loiter when an opportunity like this is before you. The early bird catches the fttest worms. If only for curiosity, com pare oar prices with those of other mer chants, and you will see we are Below all Competition. Fine dress buttons 5c. doz., shirt buttons 4c. gross, spool silk 4lc. spool, spool cotton 2c. (2010 yards,) pins andi needles 2c. a pa. per, handkerchief:; 2c. and 3e., wortb doub le, envelopes 3e. pk., note paper 3c. quire, lead pencils Ic., 1c., and up. Ladies' hose 5. and no, jerseys 25c. and up, negligee shirts 30e.. worth 50c., wvhite linen shirts 3( cents, ladies' jersey vests all sizes 10c., childs' jersey vests Ge. Such priees were never dreaomt ef uLtil the Raecket came tc Sumter. 28013 yards calico, cheeks, and browvn homespun at 4 andl 5c. Direct youn footsteps to the great bargn giving house, and save niekels, dimies, and~ dollars. Yours for bargains, D H. WADSWORTH & CO. Next to Folsom's Jewelry Store, SWTMTEIR.. S. O tZ ,do/ M 1i' ~1_0 T AKE YOUR PICK From the very best w hile you are about it. It won't cost you any more to have all the advantages of selection from the LEADING STOCK FOR VARIETY. We are showing by far the best selected and most complete line of new styles and late novelties for the present season. See it and be satisfied, for you are bound to find just whatyouwant. Another veryimportantthingforyouto know is that wegive QUALITY as well as QUANTITY, and show in all departments goods of the highest grade of value and general excellence, and lastly, be it remembered, that IN PRICE WE PLEASE YOU With the best figures it is possible to make on honest goods. Came and see us if you want to see all the latest things in OLOTHING, HATS, & FURNISHING GOODS. Bear it mind the place. We have made no change in our business, we are still at the corner of Main and Liberty Streets, where we will be glad for all our friends and customers to call and examine our pretty spring stock. Very respectfully, BRC)&CANLR Killough Music Company are distributing agents for manufacturers of PIANOS and oRGANS and MUSICAL MERCHANDIsE. All goods bought direct. Seven and one halt octave Piano only $198.00. Five octave walnut case Organ S48.00. Outfits fur nishedl. All freig(,hts paid. Write. them for catalogues and price list. They are backed IS IA Nby ample capital and will not be undersold. A good Piano Tuner connected with the firm. XILLOUGH MUSIC COMPANY, Florence, S. C. --o comes to the front, and wishes to announce BAAR has just received from Northern marketst ai ayfinsadcsoest,, eJ H T E B R new and well selecied line of spring goods, comprising all of the newest styles and Reid Bl-ck , Cor. 'Main & Republican Sts., novelties of the season. suss.Tter, S. 0. Dress Goods.JI My line of Dress Goods is complete, con- bh vhaeedaodtomkastrcieashenw t sisting of Cashimeres, Nuns Veilings, Bieges, Suitings, Ginghiams, 24 and 3(; inch 11 hiet(od rdcdilbt h mrcnn oeg Challies, Satines, Prints, Lawns, Mu~slins, Organdies, and also a coqi~plete lin e of trimn mings and silk sashing to suit the above. llco NOTIONS, NOTIONS. De s "o s oin as he A large selection of Ladies' and Gerts' i Neckwear and Hosiery, Hair Ornaments;, 0 White Linen and Turkey-red Damask, La- .5 dies'and Gents' Linen, Lawn, and Camibric 0:'( L T IG N Handkerchiefs, Window Draperies, and a'. wagon load of other things, that I hie.ve not Weo init meourn atenio toc our let'Funsinego Goodshseao whc wev haverendeavored to make as atratveasteeews shal udv~elm. 1 pr cnt o anod cnohoiest goiodsn priode inyot the Amrica and Forgieigna is cmplte, lsoa fll lne f Ge :Fur 1 iallIMarkeo.tserywillreaallow.e itWes claims uatotyhave - thev mostbet pic completessi Chlde'sFetan Srw at n llsyls. us aya o o i o ak ony t1 rbe s ds Nmaons Hons Shoes, room tont mention. My1 stock ofesrciepop ttnin apeeto A ~~~ ~ ~ ~ Gns Furnishin GoodsHrwae onitne A .f al thed Stte andiag yout are bound to fidjs0ha o at ics, Wedn a eso afu le, oe, I as 24 . n ttdiei sWl sQatt, n ieyutebn rcsi spsi Childes F elts and Sa w Hats line o alrylsm st haealtoVtt-ak4oe t1 l o a eo o etG o s perSplis cent- Prat All lail oref creceive promp Ptetin Sape seto ar WH ItoriT.S Shes J.RYTEBEGesSNS A~~is complet linetur ofHadaroositie of akind of spcarriaes' oltsanod s. .Ce:okOie. 4Ws rawy Chlres Weeing HnommHnde Shoes, All -. Rakes Fh rks m and yars ge er liene of Farm wNcg: A deren ulies Alofl lne oferecrocery. Sh :a --T Tel SIRE r-HA :.-R Ih mes a specialtyentin Ladies', Gnand """"" -r Cdren's Fnes and Commbeound Shos. any bot .T.h -~---y.O havre ihd many. ears'n expeienc in the. U-D R A I- . (f)M N store~L Qntecuty ING done with neatness and dispatch. Call Ln us at old stand of M. Levi. Groceries, Groceries. 6 2)TEE ODELL 3My Grocery Department, thec last mien- 0;8 8 I TYPE W RITER. tioned but notthe least, for my shelves are -Sm ROS .. wl u h dl yewie filled with Flour, Bacon, MhssCorn, F- for cash, and byv so doing" I(.efy competi- Single Case odlell, warranted to do better ad Ha tion My sock cnsist of ab goods ualywrk than any machiine made, CM kept in a couintry store. such as It comnbines simtplicity with durability - DRIY GooD-s, C LoTHlIN.G, FA'NC0Y GooDS speedL, ease of operation, wears longer with, IN CONCLUSION. -NNoo,11ATS, cr; - SuDOLS, out cost of repairs than any other machine. ClA)CRER1YW NA RE, Hias no ink ribbon to bother the operator. !o-k~ae awig I peins Gro tr . n:wt, substantial, nickel plated, perfect And nowv in closing(0 MY remarkIs I wvis'h Hadaeaamn mlmns roce- mdadapted to all kirds of type writmg. to say that all the goods mentioned in the About cheap prices it is no use to speak,! -Uw- iea printing pre~s., it produces, sharp, various departments abov wilbdodatfracl at my store will convince all. I - elf-an, It., g1l) ausrps T oo e the lowest cabpieanashepawllftfuy proiluise the people of Clarendon S. C.c can bue made at one writing. Any be found elsewnere, and ainy one doubtigtacomdtthmwhevrthn s int-.iligent person can become an operator in my~~~~~~~~~ sttmnIilplaecl n try me-sibld arate en satifaco 1A-N- TEL woay.W fe 1,0 oayoeao wihtecs,;1 nd1the willn tat whi T EW IoE 17. L -- -% A NDN CO. th c&i -ga t:c wor of% the Double Case