Newspaper Page Text
FU $L1SHES ALL COUNTY AND TOW
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 26, 1898.
Plant Your Gardens.
Now is the time to plant your gardens
We have just received a full and fresh lo
of all kinds of choice garden seeds, onior
set'. white and red. Give us a call whet
you want any kind of faint implement?
Leather collars, poplar bark collars, bames
traces, backbands, plow stocks of all kinis,
and all kinds of steel and iron castings.
- Call and see the values we offer in dry
- ice wool jeans for making wort
y 18c per yard. Also a large line
offering great values in clothing,
- it our winter stock.
line of fast color dress ginghams,
te per )ard. One case of fine check apron
ginghams, in green. brown and blue, best
quality, at 5c per yard. You will pay Ge
for this goods almost anywhere.
Remember when you want plow shoes or
work shirts, we have them in any quality
and style you want.
Call and see the values we are offering in
plug tobacco, rice, coffee and flour by the
Yours for the cash,
W. E. JENKINSON.
. Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
Mrs. Ellen Iseman of Spartanburg is in
Manning on a visit to her parents.
Governor Ellerbe has reappointed Mr. G.
T. Worsham supervisor of registration.
Fresh Garden Seed for sale by R. B. Lor
yea, the druggist.
There is a scanty of liens so far in the
clerk's office. Very few liens have been
filed so far.
T H Trins office can supply you with all
such things as titles, mortgages, liens,
labor contracts and other blanks.
Go to Brockinton's for whatever yot
Married last Sunday morning at the
Methodist parsonage, by Rev. W. H
Hodges, Mr. R. Lafayette Logan and Mrs
Married by Rev. A. B. Watson at the res
idence of Mr. .. H. Griffin, near Pinewood
last Wednesday, Mr. R. M. Griffin and Mrs
Eliza L. Connors.
Woods' new crop Southern grown Garde:
Seed. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Mr. J. E. Green of New Zion was in Man,
fling last Monday and he told us that the
people of his section are much pleased with
the efforts of Senator Lesesne.
"Uncle Bob" Davis, a well-known colored
man living near Davis, had the misfortune
last Saturday morning to lose by fire his
eight-room dwelling-house. There was ni
A fine line of stationery at Brockinton's,
at all prices. Next to M. Levi's.
Dr. Jno. A. Rice, president Columbia Fe.
male College, will preach at Summertot
morning and night of the fifth Sunday ir
this month in the interest of the Woman'
Died on the 10th inst. at her home ii
West Lake, Fla., Mrs. Ella Speers, wife o
Mr. E. H. Speers. The deceased was
daughter of Mr. R. L.'Logan of this count3
and was about 21 years of age.
Biiggest stock of fine Candies in town. R
B..Loryea, the druggist.
Senator Lesesne's bills to repeal the cot
ton seed license la. and to authorize tow!
authorities to exchange labor of town con
victs with the counties, also his bill to reg
ulate public advertising have passed th
Read what C. W. Kendall has to say it
another column. Mr. Kendall is here t<
do business, and the past season has givei
him sufficient encouragement to contin<
selling his goods at cut-rate prices. He it
not a temporary resident here, but is a fix
ture, and he proposes to offer such induce
ments as will warrant the public in giving
him a continuance of its liberal patronage
Look-look-go to Brockinton's for that
wonderful Celery Compound, only S1. pel
bottle. Next to M. Levi's.
Supervisor Owens is the most populai
man in the town at this time and will con.
tinue to be as long as he continues disburu
ing county funds. All of the appropria
tions are being paid in full, including sal
aries; roads and bridge claims, togethes
with such claims as are in excess of th<
appropriations, get 60 cents on the dollar
'The supervisor thinks that he will be able
to pay out more later, when all the moneys
are in from taxes, fines and licenses.'
When the news of the railroad wreci
which happened last Friday morning
reached Manning anxiety spread over the
entire community; everybody was anxious
for Captain William G. Webb. At evr
turn the inquiry would come, "Is Captair
Webb hurt?" And when a rumor had got
ten afioat that the popular conductor ,va
killed, sadness was depicted upon th
countenances of those who heard the re
port. Later, however, the joyful tiding
came that Captain Webb was safe an
sound. It was a great relief to his host o
friends in this section .
Have you been vaccinated? If so, pro
tect that sore from injury by using a vacci
nation shield. For sale by R. B. Loryea,
The nieeting called for salesday by CLair
man Hodge should be well attended, andi
it does not accomplish any more than at
exchange of views, it will do good. One o
the main things operating to the disadvan
tage of the farmner is his disinclination I
organize. All other avocations in life are
organized and through their organization:
a vast amount of good is experienced. Thi
farmer seems content to plod along anc
complain of his lot without making any et
fort whatever to take steps to better his con:
dition. 'Thia is an age of crganization, anc
*in order to keep along with the progressivi
march of the times, the farmers must come
together and pull together. On the 7th da:
of February the court house should b'
filled with 'all persons interested in farm
ing, and every farmier attending shoult
come prepared to give counsel as to the
best steps to be taken for the coming year
There should be a thorough discussion 0
the question "decreased acreage." The ef
feet at this time of memorializing the Legis
lature to repeal the lien law and all othe
*matters now agitating the cotton growers o
SOMETHING TO KNOW.
It may be worth something to know tha
the very best medicine for restoring th
tiued out nervous system to a healthy vigo
is Electric Bitters. The medicine is purel;
vegetable, acts by giving tone to the nervi
centres in the stomach, gently .stimulate
the liver and kidneys, and aids these or
gans in throwing off impurities in th
blood. Electric Bitters improves the at
petite, aids digestion, and is pronounce
by those who have tried it as the very be~
blood purifier and nerve tonic. Trry 11
Sold for 50c. or I.0 per bottle at R. 2
Mr. W. Scott Harvin has returned home
from his Northern trip. He stopped over
in Washington, and while there visited the
"American Parliament." He was much im
pressed with our nation's lawmakers and
the beauty of our national capitol. Mr.
Harvin had talks with Northern men about
the South's future, and he is convinced of
the bright future that awaits this country.
He says there is a strong disposition to
move the mills of the North to the fields of
the South and as one line of manufacturing
industries come, other lines will follow.
Mr. Harvin's trip has made him quite en
thusiastic over the prospect and he is sin
cere in the belief that this country will be
come the manufacturing section of Amer
ica. Mr. Harvin's trip North was on busi
ness for h-s hosiery mill, and he is greatly
gratified with the result of the trip. He ob-:
tained enough orders to keep his machinery
running on full time for the whole summer
and he is now seriously thinking of increas
ing the plant and its capacity. If Manning
had a few more such enterprising citizens
as Mr. Harvin we would soon be putting on
city airs, and the empty lots now being
used for potato patches and cow pastures
would be covered with modern dwelliags.
Our population would be aroused from
their morning slumbers by the whistles and
bells of labor-giving institutions and the .
music of the spindle, the buzz of the saw
and the clanging of the foundry would
breathe an energetic life into all of us.
With such a citizen comes increased popu
lation, demand for real estate, extension of t
area, colleges, water works, electric lights
and all the facilities to make a town seen
upon the commercial map. Manning has
other citizens who can help Mr. IIarvin to
make this town what its situation entitles
it to be. We have the finest water in the
State, health unsurpassed, society that can
not be excelled; no town has a purer moral
atmosphere. It is the best place on earth
to raise children, and with such advantages h
all that is needed is the expending of a few
dollars to quicken the industrial pulse. c
W. S. Harvin has made a successful start; t
let us hope the example so well set by him
will be followed by others.
When you can not sleep for coughing
take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It al
ways gives prompt relief. It is most excel
lent for colds, too, as it aids expectoration,
relieves the lungs and prevents any ten
dency toward pneumonia. For sale by B.
B. Loryea, the druggist. j
-* 4% ''4
The State Sunday School Association. r
For some days past the Field Secretary of
the State Sunday School Association has*
been working in this county with the pur
pose in view of organizing the Sunday
schools into a county association and ar
ranging for and holding a convention some
time in the spring. Mr. Whilden spent
three days at Manning. in which time he
held several public meetings and confer
ences with the workers.
A large number of officers and teachers
gathered at the Sunday school room of the
Baptist church and were given an illustra
tion of better methods of teaching, together
with the use of the blackboard, in illustrat
ing Bible study and the presentation of the
subject of the lesson to the minds of the
On the following evening the speaker
presented to a very large audience the out- ]
line of the organization, its methods, its ob
jects and the results that it was hoped
would be accomplished in the near future.
Being an international association, much
more can be accomplished than by any one
particular church. A man is now employed
to give all his time to the pushing of this
work on to success.
The main object being organizat' a for
exploring and educating, this ie done
through the medium of convention in State,
county and township, bringing the benefit f
down to the individual school.
From this point the field secretary visit
ed Summerton, Silver, Packsville and other
points in Ciarendon County with a view of
arfanging a definite appointment for the I
spring. As soon as the place and date arei
arranged the schools of this county will be
notified through the columns of THE TntEs.
The present Field Secretary is Mr. Frank
F. Whilden, ex-superintendent of the lar
gest and most successful school in this
State at Charleston. He made many friends
BUCKLEN'S ARMCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, 'fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles,or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Loryea.
Smith Was Not Sharp Enough.
Seldom is it that people come here and
are faked, but last Mon day Henry Smith,
one of Manning's indispensible creatures
who can be found about the streets at all
times of day or night, became stricken with
a very dry thirst, and not having made any
of the filthy lucre that day, he was unable
to waltz over to the dispensary and call fori
a half pint of the "essence of hades" where
with he might wash down the soda crack
ers thrown over the counter to him by
some of the clerks. Henry is a darkey of
wonderful resources, and while he was sit
ting down with his hands holding up his
massive brain, a cnuntry coon came along.
and, seeing Henry apparently in trouble,
asked if he was sick. This was Smith's
chance, and with a very painful and trem
ulous voice, he said: "Mister, do, sir,
please help me to a nickel; my leg is broke
and I need a little money to get home."
The sympathy of the country darkey was
aroused and he inquired how and where he1
mect his misfortune. Smith told him with
a voice of renewe-d trembling .that he got]
is leg broke in the railroad wreck. The(
country darkey became suspicious and I
went off a little piece to watch the broken-)
legged beggar. Smith, thinking his ruse
to beat a nickel out of the country coon had
failed, got up and walked on down the hill.
The country coonr' saw him walking off and
every one he would meet would tell them1
of his narrow escape from being "swindled
out of a nickel by a dirty, black and rag
ed nigger who say him leg was broke to
gt five cents to buy liquor."
"The Confederate Soldier of the Ciyil 1
War," just published, contains 500 pages 1
12 x 16 inches, and over 1,000 !arge BattleC
Scenes, Portraits, Maps, etc. The greatest
and lar-gest War Book ever published, and 1
the only one that does justice to the Con
federate soldier and the cause he fought
fr. Complete in one volume. Agents
wanted everywhere to sell this .book on our
new and easy plan. Many of the lady and
getemen agents who are at work are mak
ing $100 to $200 per month. Veterans,
Sons and Daughters of Veterans, anid oth
ers interested are requested to send for a
beautiful illustrated descriptive circular
(free) and terms to agents. Address, Cou-3
rier-Journal Job Printing Co., Louisville,
In accordance with a resolution adopted
by a mass-meeting of farmers held Janu
ay 3rd, 1898, I call upon each chairman of
the township boards of commissioners to
issue a call for township meetings to be
held prior to the first Monday in February
next, and there organize a "Cotton Growers'
Protective Association." That at said meet
ings delegates be elected to meet at the
court house in Manning on salesday in
February for the purpose of perfecting said
-organization. Let there be a full attend
ance. E. D. H ODGE,
fJanuary 3, 1898. Chairman.
The teachers of the county are requested
to attend the next meeting of the associa
tion, on Saturday, February 5th, at 11
o'clock. Following are the subjects for dis
"Sinnging in Public Scol,"Ms in
"Methods of Teaching Multiplication Ta
eble" Mrs. M. M. David.
;"My Friday Afternoons." Mr. PryWl
"Written Work in Schoolroom." Mr. G.
GIsT GEE, Pres.
Let Others Do Likewise.
The New Zion Township Cotton Grow
rs' Protective Association met on the 22 1
>f January and was called to order by
hairman Township Commissioner W. D.
xamble. The following officers were elec.
President-R. E. McFaddin.
Vice President-\W. E. Lavender.
Secretary-J. E. Green.
Treasurer--W. D. Gamble.
The following delegates were selected to
attend the meeting in Manning on salesday
n February: W. D. Gamble, L Ju. Woods,
1. E. McFaddin, Jr., and J. E. Cousar.
J. E. GREEN, Scc.
-\r. Elisha Berry, of this place, says he
iever bad anything to do bir: so much
;ood and give such quick relief from rheu.
natism as Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He
vas bothered greatly with shooting pains
rom hip to knee until he used th:s lini
ent, which affords prompt relief.-B. F.
faker. druggist, St. Paris. Ohio. For sale
>y R. B. Loryea, the druggist. j
D. V., there will be protracted services
a the Methodist church next week, begin -
ing Sunday, January 30th, 1898. Services
very morning at 11 o'clock and every eve
ing at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. W. M. Leftwich,
). 1)., of Nashville, Tenn., is expected to
ssist the pastor. All are cordially invited
y attend all of these services.
W. H. HoDGEs.
Manning, S. C., Jan. 24, 1898.
The ancient Greeks believed that the Pen
tes were the gods who attended to the wel
ire and prosperity of the family. They
ere worshipped as hrousehold gods in every
ome. The household god to-day is Dr.
ing's New Discovery. For consumption,
oughs, colds and for all affections of the
groat, chest and lungs it is invaluable. It
as been tried for a quarter of a century and
guaranteed to cure, or money returned.
,o household should be without this good
ngel. It is pleasant to take and a safe and
are remedy for old and young. Free trial
ottles at R. B. Loryea's drug store. Reg
ar size 50 cents and $1.00. 2
McLaurin Himself Again.
[Special to the News and Courier.]
Washington, Jan. 21.-Senator McLaurin
ade his appearance in the Senate to-day
or the first time during the present ses
ion. He was hardly recognized by his
lenatorial associates when he emerged from
he Democratic cloak room, so changed was
tis personal appearance. He showed un
aistakable signs of long illness. The loss
,f his luxurious chestnut curls, and his
losely cropped hair, together with his pale
ace, rendered him almost a stranger at first
lance. He was soon surrounded by Dem
crats and Republicans, who warmly wel
omed him back to duty. He is regaining
trength daily, and may not have to take a
rip to Florida, as originally intended. He
ignalized his return to duty by introduc
ng a large number of local tig'l , which
ave been ,qn his docket since he e as taken
ick. . R. M. L.
)r. Talmage Marries the Third Time.
Pittsburg, Pa., January 22.-The
tev. T. DeWitt Talmage, the noted
livine of Washington, D, C., and Mrs.
More McCutcheon Cr'llier, of Allega
iy City, were united in marriage to
lay at the McCutcheon residence, No
E7 Irvine avenue. The wedding,
which came as a great surprise to the
nany friends of the couple, was, on
ccount of a recent death in the fami
yan extremely quiet affair.
Mr. and Mrs. Talmage met during
be past two summers at East Hamp
on, a Long Island resort, where the
-omatic courtship which culminated
ive months ago in a formal engage
nent was carried on. The engage
aent was kept a profound secret and
t was only within the past few days
hat Mrs. Talmage's most intimate
~riends were apprised of the coming
rarriage. The present Mrs.Talmage
s the reverend gentleman's third
W A NT ED-TRUSTWORTHY AND
active gentlemen or ladies to travel
or responsible, established house in South
Jaroina. Monthly $65 and expenses. Pa
ition steady. Reference. Enclose self.
udressed stamped envelope. The Domnin
on Company, Dept. R., Chicago. [18 10t
Three or four doses in time will
5top "Grippe" or cure your cold in 8
o 12 hours. Price, 25c. For sale by
D. W. ALDERMAN & SONS CO.,
20-13t] Alcolu, S. C.
I N ACCORDANCE WITH SEC
tion 1451 of the General Statutes
>f South Carolina, the County Board
>f Commissioners, at their meeting
he first Monday in January, adopted
he following schedule of license for
;he year 1898:
lawkersand Peddlers.. ....$15 00
stoves and Ranges.......... 25 00
Aghtning Rods............ 25 00
locks and WVathes....... 25 00
sewing Machines............ 25 00
?ianos and Organs........... 25 00
All persons engaging in the above
nentioned occupations must procure
license or they will become liable
o punishment under the law.
It shall be the duty of every Magis
rate and every Constable and of the
sheriff and his regular Deputies, to,
fnd every citizen may, demand and
nspect the license of any hawker or
eddler in 1.is or their county, who
hall come under the notice of any of
aid officers, and to arrest or cause to
e arrested, any hawker or peddler
ound without a good and valid li
ense, and to bring such hawker or
eddler before the nearest Magistrate
:o be dealt with according to law.
By order of board.
T. C. OWENS,
Manning, S. C., January 19, 1898.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarndon.
3y Louis Appelt, Esq, Probate Judge.
~HEREAS, L. M. BAGNAL made
suit to me to grant him
letters of administration, of
:he estate of and effects of W. C. Bag
These are therefore to cite and
idmonish all and singular the kin
Ired and creditors of the said
V. C. Bagnal, deceased, that they be
md appear, before me, in the Court
f Probate, to be held at Manning,
n the 29th day of January next,
ifter publication hereof, at 11 o'clock
.n the forenoon, to showv cause, if
my they have, why the said admin
stration should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 19th day
>f January, A. D. 1897.
[SEAL.] LOUIS APPELT,
26-2]Judge of Probate.
Land Surveying and Leveling.
I will do Surveying, Etc., in Clarendon
md adjoining Counties.
Call at office or address at samter, S. C.,
P', 0. Box 101.
JOHN R. HAYNESWORTH.
A Great Storeful of Holi
day Goods Now Ready
The Prices Are the Lowest.
Lamps, Clocks and Watches,
Glassware, Toilet Articles,
Fancy Chinaware, Rugs, Albums,
Dolls in every description,
Toys in abundance,
Toy Baby Carriages, Wagons.
In fact everything
appertaining to that line.
Also to contibute more to the happi
ness and comfort of the season,
we have in stock such ap
petizing eatables as
Laver Raisins, Seedless Raisins,
Currants, Citron, Mince Meat,
Assorted Nuts, Candy,
French Sardines, Mustard Sardines,
Columbia River Salmon,
Sliced Breakfast Bacon,
Canned Apples, Peaches,
M..ck Turtle Soup,
The best nuality of Butter,
Flour, Self-Raising Flour,
Tea, Coffee, etc.
ReMell ~ I 0111 Rot Be UllllgfSOIM.
We have made a BIG CUT in the
prices of our Clothing, such as Over
coats, Men's, Youths' and Boys'
Suits, and great bargains are offered.
To arrive in a few days-FIFTY
FASHIONABLE LADIES' CAPES,
and STYLISH DRESS GOODS, all
of which will be sold at LOWEST
S. A. RIGBY.
BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME
THE PUREST AND BEST MADE.
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATIS
We have the agency in Manning
for these Celebrated Paints.
All p.ersons interested in painting
ar'e requested to call and get a Color
Card free of cost.
A complete line of White Lead, Col
ors, Carriage Paints, Varnish Stains,
Varnishes, Oils, Glass, Putty or any
thing in the Paint line.
Best of goods at lowest prices.
R. B.LORYE A, THE1
SICN OF THE COLDEN MORTAR,
MANNING, - S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PL& S.
R. W. Duzckett, plaintiff,
William Moses Butler, Leila Y. But
ler, Minnie M. Thames, Martha A.
Carter, Belle. Butler, Lizzie C. But
ler, Pressley Butler and Abe But
Copy Summons-For Relief.
To the defendants, William Moses
Butler, Leila Y. Butler, Minnie M.
Thames, Martha A. Carter, Belle
Butler, Lizzie C. Butler, Pressley
Butler and Abe Butler:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
and required to answer the complaint
in this action of which a copy is here
with served upon you, and to serve a
copy of your answer to the said com
plaint on the subscribers at their of
fice in the town of Manning, in Clar
endon County, State of South Caro
lina, within twenty days after the
service hereof, exclusive of the day of
such service; and if you fail to ans
wer the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action
will apply to the court for the relief
demanded in the complaint; and you,
the said Martha A. Carter, are here
by notified that the complaint in the
above entitled action has this the
12th day of January,-A. D. 1898, been
filed in the officee of the Clerk of the
Court of Common Pleas for the Coun
ty of Clarendon in said State, dated
January 12, A. D, 1898.
WILSON & DURANT,
J. L. WILSON,
Notary Public and
Will place Fire Insurance in T HE PALA
TINE INSURANCE COMPANY, of En -
land and the SUN MUTAL, of New
Orleans. Also represent THE PRUDEN
TIAL Life Insurance Company of Ameri
ca one of the strongest and best compa
Canl on me before taking out your insur
OFFICE AT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE
MANNING, S. C.
OFFICE or COoUNTY SUPERvIsoR,
CLArEaDOs CoUNSTY, r
MANNING, S. C., Sept. 1, 1897.)
In accordance with Section 490, General
Statutes, it is unlawful for persons to en
gage in or offer for sale any pistol, rifle,
cartridges less than .45 calibre, or metal
knuckles, without first having obtained a
lin. use therefor,
ow, therefore, take notice: Any per
son found dealing in pistols, cartridges, or
knckles without first having paid to the
County twenty-five dollars for a license will
be prosecuted, and if convicted, they shall
be punished by a fine not over $500, or im
prisoned not more than one year or both
at the court's discretion.
T. C. OwENS,
Supervisor. C. C.
. s. wfLsoN. W. C. PURAN~T.
W ILSON & DURIANT,
Attorni,.s and Counselors at Law,
MANNING S. C.
RJ. FRANK GEIGER,
I MANNING, . C.
AT COST, FOR CASH.
For Thirty Days, From Wednesday, Jan. 19th
Our entire stock, with the
exceptions of four items
of merchandise. viz:
Sugar, Meats, Butter, Flour,
Will be sold strictly
at cost for cash.
Farmers will do well to take advantage of this large stock
of goods going at bona fide cost, comprising all lines. Wc
call special attention to Tobacco, Shoes, Plows, Gear, etc.
Special attention to large Shoe stock.
THE DUCKER & BULTMAN COMPANY,
SUMTER, S. C.
We wish to call your attention to the large line of Farming Implements
We have on hand all kinds of Steel Plows, Dixie Boy Plows and all kind:
of Plow Castings, Hames, Backbands, Rope, Traces, Collars and everything
pertaining to Plow Gear and Plow Implements.
We wish also to call your attention to the large line of Plow Shoes w<
are offering at $1 per pair.
Jeans Pants at all prices, and a large line of All-Wool and Mixed Jean:
for making Pants for the plow-boys. Just call and see the line of Jeans we
offer at 18e. per yard and be convinced that you cannot buy it elsewher<
for less than 25c. per yard.
Bear in mind that we keep a full line of Dry Goods on hand all the time
and at this season of the year we are offering values in certain lines o
Winter Goods that will astonish yozi to see them.
Blankets and Comforts closing out very cheap.
One case of Apron Check Ginghams, in Green, Blue and Brown checks
at 5c. per yard that we defy you to buy elsewhere for less than 6}c. pe
yard. Come and see.
A large and attractive line of Floor Mattings and Oil Cloths very cheap
We would also impress it upon the minds of our lady patrons that we
keep a full line of Millinery on hand at all seasons of the year, and will bi
glad if they will give us a showing at their wants, be they ever so small o
We would also whisper in your ears that we now haye on hand a larg
stock of Tobacco, Meat, Flour and all kinds of Heavy Groceries, and we ar
prepared to name very lowest prices for the cash. It will do you no hart
to call and get our prices when you are in the market. Especially woul'
we impress it upon you that we have a large stock of Tobacco on hand, i:
small boxes, that we feel sure we can offer to the -trade at prices no compt
tition can meet. It will do you no harm to get our prices.
'We are offering some big values in Ready-Made Clothing in order t
clear out our winter stock. Call and get our prices if you want anythin
in this line. We can show some great bargains in Pants.
In conclusion, we wish to say that we are here to do business and do
in an honest and legitimnate way. There will be no hoo-dooing or shar:
tricks practiced upon the unsuspecting in our store. We will conduct bus
iness upon a high standard in a genteel way, and when it comes to that wi
can't do otherwise; we will retire froin the mercantile business and pursua
W. E. JENKINSON,
- W HE N YOU COMEwm E.HL S& CO
TO TOWN CALL AT
SHAVING SALOON baetc1S..
Which is fitted up with an DAES!
eye to the comfort of his
customers. . .. . .....*tIM I;Uij
IN ALL STYLES,
S HAYING ANJDLatnsTrPpe
8 H A M POOINGan BuligPpr
Done with neatness and
dispatch.. .. .. ......Hdqatrfoth Cebae
A cordial invitation igMladEgn isadGa
is extended. . . es
J. L. WELLS. ____________
Notice.Wm. TOilfiE. So LgEr Beer.
Clredo Cuny.Chrson,C.,a et n mad aran.m
xv. s. RCHBOUReanyquatrtte followingelrice
Famou dozend ints ind 28 er crar
Manig S CFe. s197 ighthl-,anEngine isandGre
CUntil furter ' notfice will be pn- oivae cnupin eofrsci
eeSaturday, fro week forth tr .ansatodae ohsesimns hsbe
fr busne. Th other p. ay. ofthey week beurnedpue aeo hecocs o
wilpent of offie attndngtols.s
. . HOWEURGalfaenty edt u o r
R ARENDO Co LA re ig o na.
MannM . anG. 29th Ch896.-The. C
We have begun a New Year, and with it we intend to offer new induce
ments to the people of Clarendon. Call and see us and we will offer you in
ducements for the cash that can't be found anywhere else.
We are closing out our Fall stock of Clothing at very low pricea
We can offer you good values for the money.
Anything in the line of Dress Goods we are willing to close out
at astonishing low prices to make room for Spring stock.
We can save you money on any grade of Tobacco you want.
Our leaders, "Cock Bobbin," "Our Own," "Corn Tassel" and
Sullivan's "Good Enough," cannot be equalled anywhere for
We keep on hand. Sugars have advanced some, but Coffees are
cheaper than ever. Good Coffees from 10c up.
Hoes, Rakes, Pitchforks, Spades, Plows, Backbands, Rope, etc.,
to be had at lowest prices.
HARVIN & BARRON.
LD-1897 has gone by and we do certainly appre
ciate the liberal patronage the good people of
Clarendon have given in the past year, and now
we are going to show you our appreciation by selling
goods closer in 1898 than in 1897. We are going to
make the closest prices that ever were given in the
town of Manning during 1898.
We are going to make some changes in our bus
iness a little later on, and all we ask is for you to
watch this paper.
We will change our advertisement every week
and will always give some big drives in low prices
during the present year.
We will give you some prices next week that
.will astonish you in sonic Winter Goods.
THE RACKET STORE,
C. W. KENDALL, Proprietor.
P. S.-79, 84, 89, 98 did the work last year; 64,
69, 79, 89 98 will do it this year.
SWe have just received our Spring supply of Plow Stocks,
SDixie Boys, Cast and Steel, Hames, Trace Chains, Single Trees,
Back Bands, Collars, Collar Pads, and in fact everything the
fore neyo>u visit CHARLESTON. get our prices, and we
GUARANTEE to save you at least freight on anything in our
lie. Right Here Just a Few Prices.
Trace Chains......... ..........18e to 30e per pair.
Back Bands, with Hooks...............8e to 35c each.
Collar Pads....... . ................19c to M'e each.
Single Trees...... ......... .........12e to s5e each.
A Good Plow Bridle only.................... ...40e.
t HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, EXTRA STIRRUPS AND
LEATHERS, TUGS, TRACES, REINS, DOUBLE
When you break your harness come to us for the broken parts.
Nothing beats the New South Cooking Stove and the Cole's
ArThe largest line of China, Crockery and Glassware in town.
A complete line of. Guns, Pistols, Rifles, Ammunition, etc.
Wagon and Buggy Material.
Thanking you for your past favors, we are
THE DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY
A. C DA VIS, Manager.
Mill Supplies, Wagon and
Buggy Material, House Builders' Hardware,
3Stoves, Ranges and Heaters,
-Pumps--Surfac~e, Deep Well and Force, Guns,
Pistols and RBifles, Shells, Shot,
Powder and Caps, Grind Stones, Oil Stones, etc.
SBarbed Wire and Mesh Wire,
Nails, Bolts, Nut, Washers, Rivets etc. Sheet
STin, Sheet Iron, Solder, etc.
Hardware, Tinware, Agateware and Stoveware, Pot
ware, etc. Horse and Mule
Shoes, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Tools for Tinners,
SGunsmniths, Blacksmiths, Ma
lchinists, Carpenters, Horse Farriers, Shoemakers
SButchers and Barbers.
For the above or anything in the Hardware line at
lowest prices, come to
TH MANNING HARDNARE COMPANY,
FRANKr P. ERVIN\T Manager.