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PU1BLISIIES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WVEDNESDAY, MARCH 1A~ 1S98.
Give Us a Chance, Please,
Andi we will Trove to your sati Sre:inn that
there is no hou1se :In thi cotuntry better
prepared to meet the want; of t'e trade
than we are Statements are ea:: a
on paper, but th doing ir thema is the -
portant pair. I: is vtry easy to adIvortuse
goods at cost, and it is very Caiy :O take
good care and tin: sell th::u at Cst 'e
the custouer comet. We do not practice
such tactics, nor do we sell goods at cost.
But we do make bold this assertion, that we
can and will sell goods as cheap as any re
liable. legitimate tiouse in South Carolina.
A large line of Spring Pants just re
ceived. Any one who wants a nice Spring
Suit of Clothes cheap can find them at our
A large line of Waist and Skirt Goods.
suitable for early spring wear, can be found
at our store.
Our warehouse is crowded with Corn,
Bacon, Flour, Sugar, Coffee and Lard--very
cheap for the cash. The best Patent Flour
at $5.75 as long as this can last. Dried
Apples. Sc per pound. Blue Jay and Cock
Robin Plug Tobacco at 25e per pound, by
the box, the best Tobacce ever offered in
this town at that price.
We have a lot of the famous African Tree
Cotton Seed for sale,grown by Mr. Furse of
Summetton: 50 cents for 10 seed.
Yours for a trade,
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
Rev. J. 0. Gough has sutliciently recov
ered from his iecent illness to be able to
Mr. Ernest Bultnan and bride of Sututer
spent Sunday in Manning. the guests of
Mr. S. A. Rigby.
Go to Brockinton's for whatever you
Jeft Davis, a colored laborer at Alder
man's mill, died Sunday from the effects of
an accident received at the butting saw last
Miss Lula Badger. after spending a few
days in Manning with her aunt, Mrs. I. C.
Ingram, left this morning for her new home
at Marion, S. C.
Contractor McRoy is giving Mr. J. H.
Rigby a very handsome house; in fact the
arcnitectural design is the prettiest in Man
ning, and when finished it will be very at
Onion Sets for sale by R. B. Loryea, the
Some of our merchants are opening up
spring goods, and from the new stocks
coming in Manning, stores will be as gay
and as pretty as the "flowers that bloom
in the spring-time,"
Married this evening at Salters, S. C., in
the MIethodist church, by Rev. R. C. Boul
ware, Mr. W. H. 31eGee and M1rs. M. A,
Hodge. widow of the late Junius M1. Hodge.
formerly of this county.
Woods' Garden Seed. tested and true, for
sale by R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Every man who is qualified, should at
tend to his duty of having himuself regis
tered so that he can cast his vote in the muu
nicipal election. M1r. W. C. Du~ant, the
registrar, has a notice in another columnm.
At the recent meeting of the County
Board of Equalization quite a deal of prop
erty was raised in value and notices sent
out to those who object to the increased
valuation to appear betore the board on the
4th day of April next.
Fresh Gar-den Seed for sale by R. L. L'r
yea, the druggist.
Died last Saturday afternoon, Mr. Mattie
Timmons, wife of Cierk of Court J. H. i
mons, aged 25 years. The funeral took
place at Oak Grove church Mondayv morn
ing. Rev. W. H. Hodges. pastor of th
Mlanning Methodist church, otliciated.
There will be another entertainmtrent at
the Institute Hall to-mcrrow (Tb'.raday)
night. The proceeds will be divide d with
the Ceme-tery Association. 'The p -o.aratu
will consist of panioram:e views of a Tour
Through Europe, Egypt, the Hloly Land
and Johnstown Disaster. Also recitations
and a phonographic concert. Admission
25 cents; children, 10 cents. TIhere should
be a full house.
Woods' Early Rose Seed Potatoes for sale
by R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Died at Alcolu on Sunday, t6th of M3arch,
1898, M1r. James H. Cockri ii. His rtemains
were buried the day lollowing at Provi
dence Baptist church in Sumter county.
\Mr. Cockrill was a soldier in the Confeder
ate war and was faithful to his country.
He was a good citizen, ready at all times to
assist any one he could who was iu need
and appreciated any kindness showvn to
him by others, He leav'es a wife and six
children to mourn his loss. H.: was 63
year old his last birthday.
A fine line of stationery at Brockinton's,
at all prices. Next to M. Levi s.
Summerton has a druggist who has shown
a disposition to put a iittle push into his
business. We -refer to Mr. D. 0. Rhiame,
who hus an advertisemn t in this issue,
which shows hi:u to be a man of energy
and business enterprise. It is such maen
that succed in bus iess. Mr. Ithame wti
see good results from the step in the right
direction he has taken amid the people al
way's take pleasure in eneluraging those.
who prove by their acts that they deserve
encouragement. Read 1). 0. IRhamue's ad
Woods' new crop Southern grown Garden
Seed. R. lB. Lorvea, the druggist.
In another column will be seen a c:itiiIa
nicationm from Col. David W. Bra:I'.ford
with reference to the annual meeting of
the Contederate Veterans to take place in
Charleston. Col. Brails.ford is an enthusi
astic survivor and is already at any tim'e to
give his comrades a good time. Thos who
attend the reunion in Charleston, and it is
to be hoped that Clarendonm wi a e- repre
sented by a large complemtent of me~n, will
have a go~od time. Everything that a loyal
peopie can do, will be done to make he
followers of I-ee, Jackson, Ilanmton, Gary
anid oilht rs have a feast et pleaisure . Co -
fedvrate veterans of Clarendon, Ti::- s
frosted your hair and st:tfene~d ycur jons
but "Tinme" has not chilled your lave and
ve~neration for the causie of youri heart
These reunions are gotten up for your
pleasure, that von aiav meect agatn on eath
those who ateitled n the old camp
ground." Those noble maen who wiith you1
placed their lives upon the altar 0! tfleir
country arnd with a hertism which madle
the world stand sti to wonder and admire
create d a history wh:ch cani never be eafaced.
Every "ohli Vet" shul~d go to Charleston, it
will do him good. II- :ay L ieV those
whom he has not seeni since "arms wlere
stacked" at Apponattox.I Thtapesn
time will be had, is assured, for ifthr ,is
anything Charleston wetl. turn ls t a
mous hospitality for, it in honor o the~
sons of the Con feder-ey.
I have been aflieted wi th rhenx'' sn o
fourteen yvars 'and nothing seemaed to giv
any- relief. I was5 able to ., be aound Il h
tinie, but constatly -.ulerint- I hdCI
everythinu I cold ear r and ;.1 atw
told to tr' Chatmberlain's..~ 1: ':a whi ih
I did, au 1was i-tmedi icl re ad i
a short tie cured. I am happy to syta
it has not since returned.-Josh Edgar.,
Germantow'n, Cial. For sale by R. B. Lor
A gentleman from Santee :u tw,.fl e
La s ago inforued us that the people of hi:
acct:on h irv det"'rmaiied to put down law
iessness: that they have colie to th -on
ciou the o:ly way to prevent viobitio
o' lw is for lw-ai:din people t, fro.wr
dawn upon it, and 1 far as his section 1:
concer. '"l it- r 'o-- to put astop t iti
:t ,l, a 1i ~in ' 1 is andt h, :licit 1'
.n ,f Seed cotton. This tn:jtlcian i:1
..rmed us that w-- are . 'or:nt unde r
wron' :norn' ,vhenwe iu'p ps-ed th
farmers w're opoced to the license on the
seed cotton traie. lie said thv not onlh
wt te.i lic but they wanted it to b
one hundred instea d of twenty-ive dollars,
ad ther also wanted the law enforced tc
t: e lett r. If it is done, there would i
:ewcer traps to receive stotn cotton fro:u
he fields. That wheth.r the grand jury
Succeeds in bringing indietients aiuint
those who are habitualy violating the law t
ave a few dollars or no:. an organiz ation
will be *T eeted before iong that will ii11ki
thos iawssly inclined falter bef re coil
:itt.n-. violations of law. The party intr
viewed see-med very tunch in earnest an.
his reasoning imipiessed us that people it
his section are not going to be allowed tc
defy the law at their pleasure. Whiske)
selling and other otfences against the 'V
ernment must stop. -
For an early garden and a tine crop
plant Woods' Garden Seed. l:. B. Loryca
A Suggestion Re-arding the Coming Re"
union in Charleston.
President Welch of the Young Men',
Bus:ness League has received a letter
n h:ch should receive the careful attention
f all the veterans in this city. It is as fol
Panola, S. C., Feb. 26, 1S9S.
Mr. W. II. Welch-Dear Comrade: Fot
the two reasons that you are my comrade
and president of the Y. M. B. League, that
is ebarged through a committee of yot
society with receiving the veterans on the
27th of April next, I write you for informa
tion as to the character of that welcome and
splendid hospitalty so emphasized by
Gen. Walhker in his general order apprising
us of the approaching reunion on the above
date. Does !t ao to the extent of entertain
ig those hundreds, who unless so provided
for, could not possibly attend? 1 know of
numbers hlire in Clarendon battle-scarred
heroes who have never been beyond the
boundaries of this county since they re
turned to it ragged and barefooted from
Appomattox, and this is equally true of
any in every county in the State.
These soldiers are the real and truest
heroes of the war, for, without reward or a
possible hope of promotion, they bore their
uskets from -Manassas to Appomattox.
If they are not :o be honored guests of
their nietr ipoiis, a city that wined and
dined a thousand Connecticut troops. and
more recently a thousand from Chicago.
with us tmanv followers; then this great
to do about the warm welcome and splen
did hospitality awaiting them is a hollow
mockery, and an idle flourish of trumpets
indeed. I am so sincerely desirous that
these gallant fellows should attend one re
union before crossing that river we are all
so rapidly approaching. that I am tetupted
to respectfully suggest to your committee a
program of entertainment that will cost
your committee nothing.
Secure two military halls, borrow from
your furniture dealers 500 cots, ask those
dear young ladies who so graciously and
gracefully served us at the German Artil
lervy Hall on the occasion of our last reun.
ion with a sumptuous and magnificent
luncheon, to divide the same into twc
meals (and I am sure there was enough for
three) one at S a. in. and the other at 3 p.
in. This would meet every requirement,
and von would have a reunion indeed,
such as neve- met in this State.
If the above suggestion is to be adopted,
strike off little circulars containing this in
vitation, and send them to every postmas
tr in the State, who will cheerfully dis
I am fraternallyyours,
D. W. n.AIL~SFoED.
THE I)AUGHTERs WILL HELP.
A commnitte from the Young M1en's Busi
ness League, composed of Messrs. Welch,
Simons and Evans, accompanied by Getn.
Walker, representing the Veterans, called
upon 31rs. A. T. Smnythe of the Daughter
of the Confederacy, yesterday morning. tc
interest that body in the work of entertain
ing the Veterans at the reunion in April,
t was decided that two luinches wcould be
provided in the German Artillery Hall. one
:on Wedned3ay and on Thursday, from 1i
to 3 o'clock p. im. The chapter of the
Daughters ha~s volunteered to assist ai
these lunches, withi the assistance of suel:
of the ladies of Chulestotn as will volunteet
their servicev-. These lunches were it wil.
be remembered, among the most delightful
features of the reunion in l@d.
At the suggestion of the Daughters of the
Confederacy the Young .uen's Businesn
League will make applications to the citi
zns for the contribution of prepared dish.
es, cooked meats, etc.. for the lunches.
Canvassers will visit the various homes
in the city and the contributors wil:
be able to give at the hall. These canvass
ers will be furnished with proper writter
credentials, which they will be instructed
to shov at each house they visit, so that nic
one may be in danger of being imposed
upon bvy parties not authorized.
f grea't interest to a number of Veterain
who otherwise would be unable to come is
e following circular letter, which the pres
i~ent of the Young Men's Business League
and the commandet of the South Carolint
Division of the United Confederate Veter
ats has vent out:
To Commanders of Camps t, C. Y., South
It has been called to the attention of th
Yong Men's Dusiness Lea;;ue that there
are in this State some Confederate Veternm
who would like to attend the annual re
unon of the South Carolina Division to be
held at Charleston, commuencing A pril 27th
1t98. rnd only could do so if during thei:
sta in the city they wvould be provided
with lging ~and ~ neals. The Youn1
h&n's Business League, represen ting th.
-itizens of Charleston, extend to nll such
mot cordial welceome. Bunt it will be nec
essar, in order that adequate accommtodi
tions should be provided, that they shoub
know, at least approxiately, liow man:
such wrould be likeliy to cotue. 'Ihey cat
provide places to sleep, beds and meals, the
\'eterns bringing ther blankets as in tuh
times, whos.e r collections they' are re
To enable the Young Men's Busines:
League to estimate the accommnodations re
tuired we would b e obliged if vout couls
ivs Mr . 6.I S:mons, chatiman com
m:ttee on entertainment, how many yot
tink from your neighborhood, so circumi
sned, andI needing such accommodation:
to enaiblo tem to attend, will be tipt t<
Please- rely promptly in order that th
ong Men's Business League may ktnoa
.te ca~n arrange, and how they tuuv-t tar
rane for the comfort of such \'eterans
wh Loi the reople of Charleston would lik.
to do honor to.
W. ii. Wnten,
President Young Men's 1usiness. League
C. L WALEERz
'oanding South Carolin Div 'on, U
Cl.iren and aiklts tortureI by~ hu'riis
:a s-cur'.: lest~tt teie byr.-a usn Wie
.. . L'rvea. I-vaning ii. L. Witlson, -or
Ian: L. W. . & ttlsFre-.tou.
Rboll of Hotnor.
Folowting is i ne Groet TOHigh S~choo
First Grad' - Led Turbeville, ,Mamt
Morris, Miller Thms Carrie McElveen
Hr'ev Dennis, Char.le Deni.
: --euid Grade- Lutcits C'.le,Walton Cole
Cari Cole Willie Dennis. Dae~ Turbeville
Eis beard, Ida Beard, Carrie Coicer. R~us
sel Mori- Walton Smith, Sie 'ITurbe
Third Grade - Fannie Green, Gecrg
Gr-en, Linwood Thomas, Sara Jane Young
TI.a Turbeville, Susan Coker, Effie Coker
Fourth Gradle--MaittiC Green, Freddi
rrip, 1Efie P laye.
Fifth Gjrad 1L'Ze Lavender.
- ixth Gra de-Lizz7' Dennist, Russel
loyd. Alc Tr' -e~le Jaister T1urbeville
Jo n ubevi~
Svet aGrIa.e D. L. Green, C. WV. Lay
n . E. 1T1rb- el, J. M. Tiurbeville.
Eighth Cr-ae-A E . Driggers, E3. 5
n 'ig, r
IIteadqtuarters I nn ( unanis,
Manning, S. C , l Iarc i 1 " a . "
The inw'xbe~so the Gard are he treb:
ordere.t to ie and lt.r aLt lhe: tr
:n ordin.rv ir+' l ily at 4
tnxt Saturdav, tie o:h m ist.. for apee:a
dr11:l Of tim C-:ntpany.
E1 , : inrti to tlhi
eall. liv rder t \ . (' . ).1t .
':r .t S'erg't.
Look 'o k go to lDrckinto's for tha
wonderful Cele'v C t o ti: n, ol' 1. t
bottle. Next to M1. Le-vi .
Some men's foresight is bette1
th an their other sight.
A Narrow Ecape.
Thankfui words written by Mrs. Ada l
Hart, of Groton. S. 1). was taki with I
bad cold which settled my lungs: co-igl
set in and finally terniinatei in C.onsum.p
tion. Four Doctors gave me up, saying I
could live but a short tinw. 1 iace iyeel
up to tuy S av'or, determined it I cou!l not
stav with Limv friends on earth, I wio!
m:::et myv absent ones abov. M1y husband
was advised to got Dr. Kin,': New 1)iscov
crv for Consumption, coughs and Colds. I
ga've it a trial, took in all e:'ht bottles I1
has cured we, and thank Go I ::: save.
and now a well and healthyc woman." Tria'
bottles free at 1R. B. Loryea's dru store,
Regular size 5i cents and $1.00. GuoaranI
teed or price refunded. I
One little hint is often worth more
than a ton of advice.
An Unc~ertain Disease.
*.-re is no disease more uncertain in its
th'm dyspepsia. Physicians say that
timtoms of no two cases agree. It is
hrefore 'ost difficult to make a correct
No matter how severe, or under
ha disguise dyspepsia attacks you. Browns'
iron Bitters will cure it. Invaluable in all
diseases of the stomach, blood and nerves.
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.
The bright thaw'ts of the sun will
melt the thickest ice.
The Kind Yd* Have Always Bey
The man who is full of wind is usu
ally builder of air castles.
Don't annoy others by your coughing,
and risk your life by negiecting a cold
One Minute Couch Cure cures coughs,
colds, croup, grippe and all throat and
lung troubles. 1. B. Loryea. Manning; H.
L. Wilson, Jordan; L. W. Nettles, Fores
The wise woman marries for pro
tection as well as for revenue.
A thrill of terror :s experienced when a
brass cough of croup sounds through the
house at uight. But the terror soon chan
ges to relief ater One M:mute Cough Curt
has been administered. Safe and harm
less for children. R. B. Loryea, Manning
H. L. Wilson, Jordan: L. W. Nettles, For
On the 5th day of April, 18S9, I will ap
ply to the Judge of Probate tor Clarendon
County for letters dismissory as adtuinis.
tratrix of the estate of Joseph S. Du~ant.
MARGA1IET E. Dr'RANT,
Sardinia, S. C.. March 5, 1898$. [33-51
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
W. D). Gamble. plaintiff,
Adolphus F. Coker and A. A. Strauss,
Judgment for Foreclosure and Sale.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated ae
tion, to mec directed, bearing date
March 5, 1898, I will sell at piublic
auction, to the highest bidder for
cash, at Clarendon Court House, at
Manning, in said county, within the
legal hours for juaieial sales, on Mon
day, the 4th day, of April. 1808,
being salesday, the following describ
ed reatl estate:
'All that piece, parcel or tract of
land situ'ate, lying and being in the.
county of Clarend~on, in said State,
containing fifty-six acres and bound
ed as follows, to wit: On the northa
by lands of E. S. Robinson: on the
eas.t by lands of E. A. Coker and J.
M. Coker: on the south by lands o:
Robert R. Tomlinsoti, and on the
west by lands of WV. H. Coker and E.
Purchaser to pay' for papers.
D). J. BRADH AM,
Shic Clf Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., March 9, 1898s.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLUNA,
County of Clarendon.
COURT' OF COMMON PLEAS.
S. W. Giowdy, plaintiff,
T1imuothy Baker. defandaint.
Judgnient for Forteelosure and Sale.
UN\DER AND BY VIRTUE 01F A JUDG
muent Order of tth Courit of Cotii Pleas
inl the above tated atin ti o tie directed
being r' date 5tth d:ay . 'f' Mac, 1" C',
w i'd- sel at pul :mtion, t the h ihes bid
der for cah it Clarend nt Crt Hlouse, a
Man ning, in sa~ id utye wi'thin the lega.
i our for judicil des on~. Monday,'. the 4il
dayi of April,3 159' bing' '~e day, the
"All that cet (0tu:o landI situa.Li it
the Co unty. of Clenon an' Stat ofSot
Ca'olina, conitaiin bity acres, bounde,
afollows:. 0n the tnorth by lands of J1. C
Baker: on thle ea't by.I. lads of Jo. IBa.rrow
on the wes.t byle of L~(L s Mont 'oni
tiurchaser to pay'. for payrs
Mu nit ~ D. J1. BRADHIAM,
Sheritl Cla redon Count'.
tinA145 of thme Genteral Statute
of South Carolina, the County Boar<
of Conmmissioners, at their mieetin;
the first Monday in Janunary,. adopte<
the folil'.wing schedule of license fo
Hawt''.kers. and P'eddle'rs.. ..... $15 0
Stoves anid Ranges.~........... 25 U
Sighitnitig Rods...... ........ 25 U
Cocks and Watcheu.s...........2 Ci
S "ew'ing Macines............ 25 Ci
Piano" anid Urgans............ 25 U
IAll persons emrlagii: ini the abov
mentionmed occupations must l.rocur
a license or they will beconme liabi
to punishment under the la.'
It shall be thme dluty of every Magis
trate and every Constable and~ of th
Sheriff and his regular D ep~uties, tc
anid every citizen may. demand an
inspect thle license oIf any. hiaw ker o
peddler in his or their coumnty.. w.h
shall come tinder the notice ot any c
sid officers, and to arrest oc' cauise t'
be arrested, any hiaw..ker or peddle
found without a good andi valid lI
eense, and to bring such hawker o
peddler before the neare.st Magist rat
to be dealt with according to law.
By order of board.
T. C. OWENS.
Mannin, S. C. January 19. 198
If So, Why Not?
If Not, Why So?
We claim our store to be the Great
Headquarters for larstains in
And in fact evervthi ng that is kept
in a General Merchandise Store.
Why not deal with us:' We promise to
place at your disposal the Nicest,
Hlandsoiiest and Most Desir
able (;oods in the imar
ket. and to make the
IF ' \OT,
Why so foolish as to claim that which 2
we cannot make good? We are
prepared to prove with the
very best goods and low
est prices that
Our Store is a place all Economic 2
Buyers should visit, especially with
S. A. RIGBY.
Plant T. W. WOOD & SONS"
Southern Grown New Crop
We have the agency -
for these Celebrated
iar den Seeds, and
have just received an
ilumense stock of all
the different varieties.
never fail. Buy them
and you will be pleas
ed. Also a big stock of
R. B. LORYEA, 26sS..
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN MORTAR -
W HE N YOU COME
TO TOWN CALL AT
WVhich is fitted up with an
eye to the comfort of his
customers.... .. ..
Done with neatness and
dispatch.. .. ... .
A cordial invitation
is extended. . .
J. L. WE LLS.
Win. E. HOLMIES & 00.,
-209 EAST1 1'AY,
onaarieston, S. C.
Lanterns, Tar Paper
and Buildin~g Paper.
. Headquarters for the Celebrated
, mtoBrand of Cylinder, Plan
-ing Mill, and Engine Oils and Grea
To Oollsdmers ot Lager Beer'1
The Germuania irawing Company, of
Charleston. S. C., have made arrangements
with the South Carolina State authorities
by which thev are enabled to till orders
frotm consumers for shipments of beer in
any quantity at the fellowing prices:
- Pmnts. patent stoppher. G11e. per1 dozen.
Four dozen pintsin -rt, $2.'I per crate.
t1 Exports, pi nts, tenl doe in barrel,.
It will be necessarv for consumtiers or
palrties orderinrg, to state that the ieuer is fot
_ privt consmoption. We e.ifer special
rates for the-e Th timents. This heer is
"i garanteed pure, maeof thechie hs
a~e nd mt, and 1 reco:aumenIded by the
I r , .ttt
SE EM A NIA
eharieston. s. C.
Omies or CorNTrv 8rt'rntson.)
.\i~.S. C. Sept. , 1007. -
In accordance with Sectio'n 4'e, General
Stats it i ulwfu for persons to en
age in or oIt er f or sale iny pitl, ritle,
r artridges' les than .45 calibre, or nmetal
kn'ckhes, without first having obtained a
3 Now, therefore, take notice Any per
r so foud dealiug in pistois, eartdges, or
- kckle't wi thout tirst havi ng paid to the r
r Curnty tw nty-tive dollar fot a~ licene will
* be prosecuted., antd it convicted, they shall
be punished by a tine not over $500, or itm
prsoned not maore than one year or both -
at thte court's discretion. t
T1. C. OwENs,
Facts and Not Idle Boasting, g
and if the Public Will Give !
Us the Opportunity We Will 2
Prove to Their Satisfaction
Every Statement We Make
in This Paper.
Yard-wide Sea Island Honespun, 4.c, by the bolt.
Pi ;-4 Brown Homespun. :;4c p-r yard, by the bolt.
A large lot of All-Wool Filler Jeans at Ic per yard that is
sold everywhere at e.
Just call and see the line of Cottonades we offer at 10, 15 and
2 20c per yard.
2 A large line of Floor Mattin:: at 15. 20 and 25c per yard.
4 The bet line of teut's Half Hose ever offered in this town at
;c per pair, sold everywhere at 1)e.
.o3+0o.Oo01oo.o .+O- o0 oKO*O*O+4 omo
A large lot of yard-wide Sea Island Pereales at 10c per yard
that we are contident you can't buy elsewhere for less than 12je.
t Just call and see them.
Fifty pieces Merriimac Shirting Prints. in Roman Stripes
and Plaids and all of the latest styles for Shirt Waists, at Sc per
- Fifty pieces of Shirting Prints, just as good cloths as the
Merrimac Shirting Prints, but not as good styles, only 4c per
One of the newest things out this season in Stuff Goods is the
Vandike Skirting. To see this goods means to buy it. It cer
tainly makes a pretty skirt.
The Arinure Royal Suiting is also quite a novelty this season
in cotton goods.
A beautiful line of Brilliantine Skirting in plain and in fig
ures at very reasonable prices.
A large line of Indigo Blue and Mourning Prints, at Sc per
yard. colors warranted fast.
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Ladies. our MISS BECKHAM has returned from the North
ern markets, where she has spent several weeks in selecting our
Spring Stock of Millinery and her Pattern Hats. The Millinery
stock is coming in every day.
It is impossible for us to describe our Millinery stock to you
with any degree of accuracy. We can only say that a treat
awaits those who visit our Millinery Department this season.
We carry a large stock and our Miss Beckham is prepared to
trim Hats in the latest styles, as she is just from the centre of
We wish to make special mention of our stock of Shoes. We
have long since found out the folly of carrying cheap, trashy
Shoes. It don't pay me to sell them, and it don't pay the people
to buy them. We don't carry anything but good, solid Leather
Shoes-not a pasteboard bottom shoe in our house.
A large line of Gent's Oil Grain Plow Shoes at $1.25 per pair.
Good High Quarter Brogan Shoes at $1 per pair.
We have now in stock a large line of Ladies' Oxford Ties in
the latest styles. We have our line of Oxford Ties made special
to order and we guarantee every pair of these Shoes to give rea
sonable wear, and when they do not come up to reconunendation
we give back the money or another pair of Shoes.
We also carry a line of Gent's Fine Shoes, made up under the
We have now in stock a beautiful line of Spring Clothing.
Nice line of Pants and Summer Sacks and Vests in Flannels,
Serges, Alpacas and Crash. Also a nice line of Spring Suits in
Wool and Crash.
A niee line of Gent's, Boys' and Children's Straw and Crash
Hats. A nice line of Gent's ~Negligee Shirts at 35, 50, 75c and -;1
The prettiest line of Gent's and Boys' Band Bows and Club
Ties in town. W te also have a beautiful line of Butterly Bows
for ladies' wear. g
W. E. JENKINSON,
I ~ MANNINGi, S. C.
~ercival Manufacturing Co.,
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~ For Infants and Children.
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ness and LosS Or.SLEEP.
Town Registration, Tax Sale Delinquent ILand,
MIan ning, S. C., MIarch 2, 1808. BY AurTHORITY OF S. J. BOWMIAN,
Y VIRTt'E ul' AUTHIT Y YESTEL) Treasurer, I w1l sell on MIonday-. 4th day
a me by the Town of 31anninc. I wjil open! (of Aprii next, a tract of land containing 10C1
ad keepu opent the registratIi o Loks t.a Ae iady (Grove I1ownship -ownier
itr anda furnish with ceritites 1' unknown -adjoiinglt lands of Bur.;cs
ron-. legaly(<puditiedl to rceive the1 Piron and Pu~ding Swamp, tor taxes,
ae. lTe books will be'r~ ope Wedne- PnIe and cos.t for the past live years,
, t9thV Wedav, 1'thV Wenesday, inldin htis cal year 199.
d .and We duesdav. :30th, frotr 101 a1 tPrchaser to pay tor papers.
3 p. m., at Wilsan e Duaut's oice. DANIEL J. 1U1ADHIAM,
W. C. Dt-RANT, She~r i Clarendoo County.
To- e'srmr MIannine. S. C.. 31arch. 1$tS. :3:
Spring Has Opened .
And to meet its demands we have purchased a large assortment
of Ladies' Shirt Waist Goods, Skirtings, Prints, Stuff Goods and
Also a large ass.:'tment of Ladies' Handkerchiefs, Neckwear,
Gloves, Mitts, and anything else that you may wish in the No
--We can assure the public that we have bought our stock of
Spring and Summer Goods with a great deal of care, and will
NOT allow any one to undersell us on anything.
Ladies, our stock of Spring and Summer Goods are the prettiest
ever shown on this market, and we are going to let you have
them at prices that you will have to pay for inferior goods and
-- Miss Alice Harvin has charge of our Dress Goods Department and
we feel confident that with her past experience she will not find
it difficult to please her many friends and customers.
We are prepared to show you a complete line of Lace Shoes, in
Green, Tan and Black, the newest and latest thing out. Also a
complete line of Oxfords in the latest styles.
The most important feature of all is that our goods are all new.
We haven't any old stock of Dress Goods, Notions or Shoes to
push off on our trrde. You can get your selection from a brand
new stock of Goods worth 25 per cent. more than old goods.
-- Watch out for our prices and you will be convinced that we in
tend to sell you your wants this spring.
.. , Yours truly, .. .
We have just received our Spring supply of Plow Stocks,
Dixie Boys, Cast and Steel, Hames, Trace Chains, Single Trees,
Back Bands, Collars, Collar Pads, and in fact everything the
Before you visit CHARLESTON, get our prices, and we
GUARANTEE to save you at least freight on anything in our
Right Here Just a Few Prices.
Trace Chains....... .............18c to 30c per pair.
Back Bands, with Hooks................... c to 35c each.
Collar Pads...... ... ..................19c to 35e each.
Single Trees...... ............. ..........1'2e to 25c each.
A Good Plow Bridle only........................ ...40c.
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
The 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
TmlEDAVIS HARDWARE COMPANYI
: A. C, D AVIS, Manager.
New Goods! New Goods! New Goods!
We are getting in our Spring Stock every day.
We will have in a few days the best s:oek we have had since
we opened in 3Mannjing.
D)on't fail to come at once and get some of the- Big Bargains
we have in Remnants. They are going fast. Goods that are worth
10. 12 and 15e for (iec per ya.~1
We have 15 dozen of M1en's $'5 Pants to sell at $2.98 and $3.24.
Look at them and you will be convinced that it pays to buy a job
sometimes in place of regular goods.
We have just received one case of Lemity, sold nowhere for
less than 7 to Sc. for 5c.
Remember, all we ask is for you to come in and look at our
goods. We want the goods to sell themselves on their merit, not on
running down our competitors, and saying things we don't know
We will make it to your interest to see us on
-CLOTHING. GENT'S SHOES MIEN'S AND) BOYS' STRAW
HATS. LADIES' SAILORS AND TRIMED) hATS. RIB
BON. LACE. EMIBROID)ERY, CHIEFON, WHITE
GOiODS, DI'CKS. CRASII, LADIES'
SHIRT WAISTS. 3MENTS SHIRTS IN EVERY STYLE.
This is for 3Men. Boys and Ladies.
White Organdies-Compare our h0c colored Organdies with any
121e and 15e ones you can find.
See our half Hose and Ladies' hose-the latest things on
THE NEW YORK RACKET,
C. W. KENDALL, Proprietor.
You are no trying to get. your lands right for lplant
ing, and to help you do so, von want Plowvs. hoes,
Shovels, Spades, Forks, Plow Gear. Wagon Gear,
C etc. For any of these, comle to us: we keep th1em
SWhen You Bet Your Lands Bight
C You will be planting seeds, and to help you do this
you will want Fertilizer Distributors, Corn Planters,
Cotton Plhnters, Rakes. H arrows and miany other
lab~or-saving imp~l~leents. such as we keep 1o sup~ply
SYou Will Need
Bolts. Nuts, Washers. Laprings, Leather and Wagon
MIaterial such as we keep on hand at all times. to
enable vou to repair at little cost.
If vou planlt Tobacco. come to us for your Barn
Fluies. We make them any dimension retiuired.
STH MANNIN HARDWARE Co.,
F.ANTK P. ERVIN. Manager.