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PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7, 1898.
Special to the Ladies.
Ladies, we call your attention to one of
the largest and most well selected stoeks of
Fine Millinery ever shown in this town
and you are specially invited to call and in
spect same just as soon as it all comes in.
You are also specially invited to call and
look at our immense stock of Fine Dress
Goods and Trimmings. We feel contident
that we have the most well selected stock
of Fine Dress Goods ever shown in this
market. Silk Skirts and Silk Waists in
great variety. A beautiful line of Dress
Goods in patterns of one dozen each for la
dies who dislike having a dress like otLer
Ladies, we waint your trade in Fine Dress
Goods and Millinery and we will make it
to your interest to trade with us if you will
just come and look at our values.
In our Domestic department we have
somue startling values to offer von. Yard
wide Bleach Homespun only 5c per yard;
y.trd-wide Sea Island Homespun at 4 1-40,
24 yards for Sl; sold everywhere at 5c per
yard. Heavy Drill Homespun, only .c per
yard. Thirty yards good, fast color Calico
in I to 5 yard lengths, only $1.
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 Sat7
The roads are in a very bad condition
from the heavy rains.
Winter seed rye for sale by It. B. Loryca,
Major Abe Levi has returned from the
North the picture of health.
A fresh supply of Tenney's peanut brit
tle. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook has returned home
from her summer vacation trip.
We hope the readers of THE TDs will
exert themselves t(, get out a full vote on
Stationery of all kinds and all prizes at
Brockinton's drug store.
Watch out for campaign reports and pay
no attention to them. Already the Cam
paign liar is spreading his poison.
New crop Turnip Seed, all varieties. R.
B. Loryea, the druggist.
The tobacco crop of Salem is fine and the
prices are fair. Cotton is flat and our farm
ers will be forced to find some other money
Export cigars, the best Wc cigar in own.
R. B. Loryea. the druggist.
The Manning Colliegiate Institute open
ed last Monday with Professor E. J. Browne
as principal and Miss Carrie Legg as as
A full line of shaving soaps and brushes
at Brockinton's drug store.
The Standard Oil Company has erected
an oif tank at the depot which ought to
have the effect of lessening the cost of kero
sene oil at this point.
Base Balls and Bats, all prices. RI. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
If the editor of this paper, who is a can
didate for the State Senate fails to visit the
people before next Tuesday it is because
he is tied down by duty.
Everybody likes good perfomery. Dr.
Brockinton has a full supply of all kin ds
and can please you.
We are in receipt of a communication
from L. J. N., Foreston, and regret that we,
,cannot publish this week for lack of space.
It will appear next week.
Beautiful line of box paper and envel-.
opes, latest styles, lowest prices. iA B.
Loryea, the druggist.
The News and Courier is splitting its
shirt for Featherstone the Prohibition can
didate for governor, it is a case of not that
it likes Featherstone more but Elierbe
The Clerk and Tresurer of the town
council will have his otlice at Loryea's drug
store for the transaction of all town busi
ness. [aug 24-tf
Mlarried September 4tb, at the home of:
the bride's parents, Stockton, Ga., by Rev.
WV. J. Stallings, Mr. J. A. A!sbrolc to Miss
Eva MrcTeer, daughter of Mr. and \lrs. M.
International Colic Cure. Try it anid if
your horse dies we will retern your money.
R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Everybody go to the polls next Tuesday.
'The first primary was only to ascertain who
would be in the final race. The second
primary is to settle the contest and will de
elare who will be our rulers.
To Rent-One store, 22x32 feet, opposite
W. & S. R. R. station, St. Paul, S. C.; only1
301 yards from depot; good stand. For
terms apply W. H. Shiver, St.Paul, S. C. [3
The recent contest has exhibited the fact
that the people want the dispensary law
more rigidly enforced, and it matters not
who is elected, the law will be looked after
closer than ever before.
The Manning Academy will open Mon
day, October 3. Tuition, S1, S$2, $3 and $4.
English, Latin, French, music and art
taught. E. C. AIsnnoox.
Editor Gantt of the Spartanburg Head
light has received a handsome vindication
at the hands of his people from the unwar
ranted attacks of candidate Archer who only
received about 300 votes out of nearly 5000)
polled in that county.
Wanted-Antique Mahogany Grandfath
er's Cli)ck, handsomely carved case; also
Lady's workstand, tables and chairs having
claw feet. Gilt frame mirrors, old style.
also bought. Address 332 Ramsey street,
St. Paul, Minn. it
The members of the General Assembly
throughout the State nominated in the re
cent primary show an overwhelming major-1
ity favorable to the dispensary, many
wanting to amend the law so that it will be
less cumbersome to enforce.
The Manning Collegiate institute, a pre-'
paratory school for our leading colleges.
will begin its fall session on September
5th. Every etl'ort will be made to give
satisfaction. Your patronage is solicited.
5-3t. E. J1. B1:own:.
We were anxious to give our readers full
election rezurns and held back our paper
on that account; had the tuanagers sent in
the returns promptly we could have gotten
out on time. Managers do send in the re
turns promptly the people are anxious to
know the result.
We have heard that it is reported in cer
tain sections that Candidate Appelt is work
ing against certain other candidates: this
is false, Appelt is "toting his own skillet"
and is treating all candidates with absolute
fairness, and he further says, if he is not'
the people's choice on his indivudual merit
he is not entitled to their consideration.
Truth wears well. People have learned
4hat DeWitt's Little Early Risers are relia
ble little pills for regulating the bowels,
curing constipation and sick headache.
They don't gripe. R. B. Loryea. Manning;
L. W. Nettles, Foreston; H. L. Wilson, Jor
In the tabulate! statement of the votes
cast in the primary on the :0th inst., a mis
ta;ke occurredA in the vote of MIr. J. Ht. John
son. The votes reported in the pa2er was
3 at the Foreston leforn Club when it
should hare been 35 thus making his total
vote 25S instead of 22;. 1 his mistake was
not intentional and probably hapened in
writinz down the iigures. and since it was
discovered we have taken the pains to see
if there -.re anymore mistakes and found
Dr. Jay Gum of Wilson, Imd. Ter., says:
"I have distributed the samplc pills you
sent, and such a run was made for Ranon's
Liver Pils & Tonic Pellets that mny stock
was Jepleted in a day or two. They are
certainly a revoItion in the pill business,
and people are wild in praise of their ac
tion. I want to keep tbem in stock so iong
as yon keep them up to their present ex
cellency." For sale by Dr. W. M. Brock
inton, Manning, S. C.
Managers of Electon.
Office Democratic Executive Committee
Manning, S. C., August 10, IS98.
Under authority of the County Diuo
crat:c Executive Committee I hereby give
official notice of the appointments ot man
agers to conduct the primary election to be I
held Sept. 131h, 1S , at the respective
Democratic clubs in Clarendon county.
Polls to be open at 8 o'clock a. m. and ClOse
at 4 o'clock p. in. Each voter will vote two
ballots in senarate boxes. One ticket will
contain the riames of State officers and the
other ticket will contain the naumes of coun
ty officers. A copy of the rules governing
the primary wll be furnished the mart
The following are the managers:
Alcolu-J J 'Nettles, J 1' Hodge, J W
Clarendon-A S Briggs. S E Ingram, W
Cross lUoads-J F Richbourg, G I Le-,;
sesne, J J Gardner.
Doctor Swamn--I N Tobias,. C J Haley,
S F Parker.
Douglas-iR 1t Toinlinson, F N Thomuas,
A J Hicks.
Sianning F P--W T Touchberry, C A
.Uidgi:l, W T Francis.
Fork- - Jth. Harvi n, J D Reese, 1Z L Lo
Foreston Reform-C T Riidgeway, B 0
Cantey, J C Johnson.
Foreston-C M Mason, T L Bagnal, J W
Fulton-II B Richardson, Jr, D F Lide,
H F Stack.
Harmony-J D Daniels, J G Plowden, S
Jordan-R C Plowden, J W Clark, J J
3Manning-J 11 McKnight, F M Benbow,
Midway-J M Player, S E McFaddin, G
New Town-T K McElveen, E L Lang
ston, J F McFaddin.
New Zion-W E Fleming, Pat Hardy, T
Packsvile-ll J Bradham,J F Richbourg,
j A Brown.
Panola-C W Brown, J H T Coulliette, S
Pincwood-A W Griffin, G F Broadway,
R S DeSehamps.
Silver-D J Mahoney, J W TRhame, W
Summerton-A P Burgess, J R Dingle,
H L Brunson. -
White-P E Ridgeway, Sr, W C White,
W S Anderson.
J. ELBER'T DAVIS,
Beats the Klondike.
Mr. A. C. Thomas of 1larysvil!e, Tex.,
has found a more valuable discovery than
has yet been made in the Klondike. For
years he suffered untold agony from con
sumption, accompanied by hemorrhages;
and was absolutely cured by Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption, coughs
and colds. He declares that goid is of lit
tle value in comparison with this marvel
us cure; would have it, even if it cost a
undred dollars a bottle. Asthma, bron
hitis and all thro.at and lung affections are
positively cured by Dr. King's New Discov
ry for consumption. Trial bottles free at
R. B. Loryea's drug store. Regular size 50
ents and S1. Guharanteed to cure or pri ce
Don't Fail to Vote.
'o the filends of Prohibition:
On next Tuesday, 13th inst., the election
will be held again. I wish to urge all who
are frienis of the temperance cause not to
lose interest in the comning election, but to
go to the polls and vote. Great efi'orts are
being made over the State in behalf of pro
ibition. Let every friend to the cause
let his own vote cotunt in this election. I
beg all honest and sober thinking people
not to let any one bliid your eyes with the
expression. "It will not prohibit." It will
lessen by far the Lale if it does not prohibit.
No law prohibits.
Featherstone's ideas with reference to the
dispens::1-y are by far preferable to any
anddate's wvho has made the fight. 1
We have been tohl that the dispensary
as a stepping stone to prohibition, but
politcians want it to rest wvhere it is. so
hat it can he used as a mediiumr by which
thr can ride into ofiice, but the ttuinking
people are going to press them on in the
ight. Friends. tae battle is on, fall in line
ad be a man. J~o. 0. Gotron.
'tirnable to Womnen.
Especially v::luable to women is Drowns'
Iron Bitters. Backache vanishes, headache
disappears, strength takes the place of
weakness, and the glow of health readily
comes to the pallid cheek when this won
derful remedy is taken. For sickly children
or overworked men it has no equal. No home
should be without this famous remedy.
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.
Salemn Wants a Representative.
Special to THE TIEs:
Well, the tirst primary is over and has
thinned the candidates to two in a hill and
the second primary is approaching. The
uestion is being asked on every hand,
"Who will be the successful winner on the
13th inst., and will Salem get a representa
tive this time, or get left again?' I think 1
Salem ought to have one, as one from Sa- I
em knows the wants of the people, and if
ve do not get one I am afraid that the peo- I
Pl will get careless and take no stock in
I would hate to be a defeated candidate,
but gentlemen, remember all could not be
elected. I only wish that all could have
been elected, for all the candidates this
time were good men. But remember this
s not the last time to ask the people to ex
>ress'their choice, so we all stand a chance I
yet to hold office in this county.
Oh, by the way. Mr. Editor, you are in
:he second race. Well, figure close.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
'he best salve in the world for cuts,
ruises, sores, ulcers. salt rheum, fever
tores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
rorns and all skin eruptions, and positiv'ely
res piles,or no pay required. It is guar
tnteed to give lperfect sauislaction or money.
'etnied. P-rice :23e. pe ios. I or sale by
It. Ii. Loryea.
Card fr-om~ Hon. HI. B. Richardson.
L'o the citizens of Clarendon:
I wish to convey to the voters of Claren-I
Ion county my high appreciation of the
aonor they have conferred on me by the
omplietary vote east at the late pri
I hope that my services to the people
will be commensurate to their confidence
n inc as evidenced by the handsome vote
they have given me, and I assure them of
my'faithtui service and watchful regard of
their interests whiie holding the position1
of one of their representatives.
H1s3 . lica~unsoN.
More than twenty rmilin tree samnples
f DeWitt's Witchr 11/ Salv.' have been
distributed byx the mranu ifatua :s. Wa
better proof of their conltdence. in its mer
its do you want? It eures li ile. burns
scalds, sores in the shortest space of time
. B. Loryea, Manning; L. W. Nettle,
Fo-stn; T, LWilson. Joan.
We now stanid upon the eve of another busy season and we wish to extend our hearty thanks fr the very liberal pat
ronage our friends have always given us in the past, and heg a contiiuance of the sam. It has ever been our purpose to
conduct a straig-htforward. legitimate business, charging a small. living profit on evervhing we sold, and never at any time
allowing any clap-trap methods to be practiced in our business and we believe the publi have uilly a)precated this fact by
the large support we have always enjoyed. No one can doubt this fact when ,hey look back but four years a go to the
small and modest business we had just started. and look today at the immense tra(le we now control. No clap-trap meth
ods. no sharp tricks could ever have achieved such a success. Ihonest goods at honest prices has been our motto in the
past and it shall be in the future. Upon this rock we must rise or fall.
Fine Dress Goods. Shoes, thoes.
For fifteen years we have made the study of dry goods a diligent study
and especially have we studied the wants of the trade in this particular
section, and we do not wish to appear anyways boastful, but we do assert
sell none. If there is a departiment i our store we try to get the b~est in it
with all candor that there is no man in this part of the country better pre-and in ctrinour line of Shoes to our pat
pared to meet the wants of the dress goods trade than we are. We have rois we feel that we are offering a line of Shoes from which they may ex
had all of the great markets of the North at our command from which to t
select our stock and our experience has enabled us to skim the very cream d s h
coent '-,ousto. Cal wn se can' shel oan ad hoes 8lof hesw wl
of the mnarkets and have theme here at our store for the inspection of nuri
A beautiful line of Silk Waist Patterns in the very latest designs: also
a beautiful assortment of Black Silk and Satin Skirts in plain and figured
designs. A beautiful line of Dress Patterns in the latest weaves-n two
alike; also a most beautiful line of Staple Dress Goods. The most complete I
line of Dress Trimmings ever shown in this town-Silks, Velvets, Braids) We have a line of Gent's, Youths and Children's Clothing to meet the
and Gimps of every description. Ladies, we earnestly beg you to come
see ou-r line of Dress Goods before making your purchases in this line. grt th to offer iet'srouth's an ts.ie als ad s.
1rta bagain to offer in (-ient's. Youth's and Children's Hats and Caps.
We will offer a line of Gent's Hats this season at 75c each that we feel
Dom estic D ry oo ds, -a - offered to tIe trade before for less th.n l
In this department we have some sledge hammers.
5,000 yards of Fine Dress Prints, absolutely fast colors, at 4 Iper yard: Choice r, ( oce es.
ever sold before for less than 5c per yard. 1f
5,000 yards fast colored Prints, in-lengths from 1 to 3 yards, for making
juilts and children's dresses, 33 yards for only $1. rt
000 yards of fast color Prints, in lengths from 3 to 5 yards, only Ielasting trade. Those who favor us
50rd ya d ff s o o r n s nl n t s r m 3t 5 y r s n y:,- e w ith their trade this fall ca ni always feel assured that they will get the best
,;ard. osa h oetpsil rcs
5,000 yards Fine Dress Ginghams, colors absolutely fast, only 5c per yd. gt
3,000 ~ ~ O yadIev rw oepn ny~ e ad We keep constantly oii hiand a large 'tock of Flour. Sugar, Coffee and
;5,000 yards heavy brown Homespun, only -0i'e per Yard.
2,000 yards of the best grade of Dress Outings you ever saw offered at 5e Ri e.
per yard; also large lines of Dress Outings at 7 8 and c per yard.Onethousand
It will pay you to look at our line of Woolen Pants Goods in Cassimeres Pont
ableeans.o12-c pu per aounw.
111111111 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~W keep I contatl on han a aI stoc of Flour SugarI Coffee and 11iiil iiiiiiaiiiilalil~w IIfffffi 111i 111 ii 11 IIi a lil Aal 11111 11ili
In this department we propose to put forth extra effort and give to our lady friends a Millinery establishmnent worthy of their patronage. As in
Ihe past our Miss Beckham will have charge of this department, and the confidence the trade has in Miss Beckham as an experienced and tasty nil
iner, -warrants us in expecting a large and continued patronage. We have the goods and we will not be afraid to sell them at close prices.
VV. B. JBNJ INSON.
Card of Thanks. Napoleons' cabbage palm at Long
wood has been blown down. It was
Editor THE TIEs: the last tree of its kind on the Island HEALTHY MOTHERSMake
Allow me to thank you for your endorse- of St. Helena, and the species has not
ment of my eindidacy for State Superin- been found elsewhere. HAPPY HOM ES.
tendent of Education. I further ask the -P s o g r i n
iseof ourcoimn toexpes mythaks A stubborn cough or tickling in the ..
2se of your columns to express my thanks throat yields to One Minute Cough Cure. . OW can a woman be cheerful and
so the men of Clarendon who have given Harmless in effect, touches thetright spot, happy when she is weak, nervous,
wish to assre them of my ppreciation reliable and just what is wanted. It acts at and suffering the excruciating tor
f their confience and of my purpose to once. RL B. Loryea, Manning; L. W. Net- - .. tures of Fe ale Diseases? It should
nerit it. Tce earnest and unselfish sup- ties, Foreston: H. L. Wilson, Jordan. not be expected of her. When she is
ort which the people of the Slfte have I suffering from Deranged Menstruation,
;iven me touchep my heat and intensife When it comes to manual labor, Whites, Falling of the Womb, etc., show
ay desire to serve the worthily, es the average man is an immune. your sympathy for her in a practical
I shall be grateful to all who may aid me The man who looks upon the wine way by providing her with
n the second primary, it matters not how IG R S IJ '
they voted in the first. when it is red may look blue later.
Having been an edneator rather than a
>olitician, I was unknown to many who Salve, the great pile care, don't accept any- Fem ale Panacea.
het may learn that I am the kind of man thing else. Don't be talked into accepting TRA(G. F. P.)--AN.
le school syste of the State. I urgeni a substitute for piles, for sores, for burns. - This splendid tonic will soon relieve
he chotsytemofth Sate Iure y 1Z. B. Loryea, Manning; L. W. Nettles, For- her suffering and CU'RE the disease, thus
ritend and we fo ge. eston; .L. ilson, Jordan. roducing the desired result throto go to the polls lh
>n the 13th and vote for me. etz .L iszJra.pouigtedsrdrsl hog
I have promised that my election shall One touch of love mends all a natural channels. Only $1.00 per bot .l.
nean better -schools in South Carolina. If heart's punctures. If there is any costiveness, move the bowels gently with mild
fail to fultill my promise I shall be worse doses of St. Joseph's Liver Regulator. Price 25c per package.
lisappointed than those that have support- Some men marry maids and some MY WIFE WAs ALMOST A COMPLETE WRECK
d me: for I recognizo that suCCeSs int the are married by widows. With female troubles. She has taken six bottles of GERSTLE's Fg MALZ
ork that I have outlined for myself will PANACEA and it has etl dher. She is now on the last bot and is feeling as
-arn me the love and gratitude of my fel- You invite disappointment when you a. wellas she ever did and e more than ever before in her life.
ow-citizens. - perineut. DaWitt's Little Early Risers are SOLD AT DRUG STORES. B. PL LEGGETT. B~roxton. Ga.
lespetfuly, plasant. easy- thorough itth- pils. ahey L. GERSTLE & CO., Proprietors, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Joni, J. McM).1A. Cure constipation and sick hemiacbe just as
Columbia, S. C., Sept. 3, 1S98. sure as you take them. 1. B. Loryea, .1Man
ning; L. W. Nettles. Foreston; 11. L. \\'il- F
PD-_C3 Wr 40 LXA son, Jordan. j For sale 1)y IE... :E3. MA IU _J IL
13CM9 t3 Th H Kind You Ha18 Always Bolgrt Self praise is like a church steeple When You Want
re -tue higher it goes the narrower it "
Cftue becomes. ge
ecomes.".r 3T Pure Drugs
Vhen a man asserts that he is just PD
"Why, sir," said the geologist, "the as good as another man he always 1-7
round you walk on was once water- believes he's better. . P
"Well," replied the friend, who i.*
f t t - t s One Minute Cough Cure surprises people - -
othing ifk cures and children may tak it a __o p
Ioes to show that you cannot bold y arg quantitie withont the least dan- -_ ----
kmerica down." ger. It has won for itself the best reputa- -
tion of any preparation used today tor -" -rfumery
colds, croup, tickling in the throat or obsti- Me
For broken surfaces, sores, insect bites, nate cough-. R. B. Loryea, Manning; L. - o 7 .0
mrns, skin diseases and especially piles W. Nettles,Foreston; If. L. Wilson, Jordan. 0 Hair Brushes
here is only one reliable remedy, DeWitt's . - - -
Vitch Hazel Salve. When you call for De- Boarding houses are necessary -
Vitt's don't accent counterfeits or frauds. evils intended to convince bachelors - Combs
ou will not be disappointed with DeWitt's that they sbould have homes of their
itch HL.zel Salve. R. B. Loryea, Man- - ot B hA.
ig: L. W. Nettles, Foreston; H. L. Wil- own - Tooth Brushes .
on. Jordan. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has the larg- 7
est sale of any salve in the world. This
The woman who is continually fact and its merit has led dishonest peonple
ecturing her husband either thinkiis to attempt to counterfeit it. Look out for -
the man who attempts to dieceive you when -f "- Ciga
ie is a fool, or else she has forgotton you call for DeWitt-s Witch 11azel Saivethe ' t - f
hat a word to the wise is sufhicient. great pile cure. It. . Loryea, Mannin
L. W. Nettles, Foreston; 11. L. Wilson, Jor- I Tobacco, etc.,
A CRITICA. TIME Queen Victoria's private apart- cq Go t
ments are hung with a series of
During the Battle of Santi- paintings representing incidents in 10
ago. her domestic life since the time of I__________________ ________________
her marrnage. . RHAME S IDESLA
SICK OR WELL, A RUSH NICMT AND DAY. T__3' '~o WEALTH
de Cuaker all herottes--of i Sanieo B rtho thKind YouHae Aways Bllut PATE .II fL~ll. *u . P T NTED:
roi Cubafwre ain (eing--Theition. igare s fut remember the vital parts of patents are the
andcRatforts to tetingt Amuniton ar iaims and 5periticationts, which should be drawn
an-ain oteFrn ae h fwith great skill, or they may &rove worthiess.
Day.--*~-.-. _____ ~ ~ ~ ' o - - send1 deseniptive sketch an rough drawing, or
Da. . -- -\ee KnOW11 to lli e phiotographi,for preliminary examination. Oflice
1. E. Butler, of pack-train No. 3, writing When a man is sure thait his friends livnt oIhaidW krtkictOce cU.efull . nD skLllco
rmSantiago, deCaba, onJuly 23d,.as never say unkind things of him, he siv tekid ('ic15 dced U TOR AT.OLEN
rr oadweneanade e a no- is sure that all his friends are dead. cOltds, Sore'C thr'Oa, etc. PENT "A FRIEND A T COURT,"
ito i see a doctor, for it was a case of - - - -Fr. S*l( EDITA mOmiei hchtebs iiznmyfn
ush and rush night and day to keep the Sturveying, Sutrveyin. tre. intelligent and discriminating monthly ac
roops supplied with ammunition and ra- "' ' ' couti cesam's doingsasmanifested through
ions, but thanks to Chamnberlain's Colic, Every land owner should have a plat of t II[T 1f I0~T w.L i rture~n machinery of our Gvri
holera and Diarrhoea Remedy, we were his fland. I will do surveying tor the pres- ')UYIIII ~UI iUIL mr In it. upthe Contensofcis ate Dnimetd
le to keen' at work and keep our health; cut on Saturdays. Call on or address -- ------- -_ - re. if desired. Terms: $1 a year: three months,
n fact, I sin'cerely believe that at one criti- E. J. RnowsE, - ~t ena; sample copy, free.
al time this medicine was the indirect 30}-tf] Manning, S. C. oCicles: The raston. whintn, D. C.
aviour of our army, for if the p~ackers had F'oi the~ capture anid retun to mue of \\i h-________________________
een uniable to work there would have been liam Dickson, alias 1ill Dickson, co"nv'e~ d .50 sN. w. c. DUxTr.
o0 way of getting supplies to the front. I___at the last terma et e.>urt t house nreakin~g ISN&DR T
oner wcre no road tat ao tra C S O A alacey =idSLt "Od o h Oit ISN~DR '
he good fortun e to lay in a supply of this I or Infants and Children. Di)cksonl is a low, ehunky tiegrovr darl Al1orneys~ and Counselors at Law,
iedicine for our pack-train before we left Yo lasand hbs a miostche: whites of eye s To' MANNING.S. C.
rampa, and I know in four cases it absolTe Kin Have Boua g 0ht plainly: he is unch of o mov mtenb -
utelv saved life." eyebrou-~s and onle shoulderm ol sii'ht- . J1. FRANK GEIGERI,
The above letter was written to the man- Bears the - atid be is slow of speech.JC.wE
ifacturers of this medicine, the Chamber- Itr fCut Supervisor.
aleb Idicin Loy., tes drugnest. FoI Manning, S. C., August 3, 1898. MANiNING, S. C.
DECISION IS NlDE
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We are in the mercantile business to sell goods and it is our in
tention to give our customers the best articles in the market for the
least money. We are in a position to meet all honorable competi
Look Out for Our Big Leaders.
If vou will always notice this space for our prices you will be
b)enefited by it.
We have just bought over 100 barrels of good Flour that we
can recommend to our trade. Can sell you a good Flour that we
ean recommend for $4.50 per barrel. We don't think it can be
bought elsewhere for less than $5.25. Good Coffee for 8, 10 and
121c per pound. Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Canned Goods and other Gro
eeries at lowest figures. Call and see us and we will convince you
that we are the ones to buy from.
Car load of Jute Bagging and Ties just received and can give
you lowest figures on same. Watch and ask for prices and be con
vinced. Yours truly,
00. MA DE.*0*0+0.
On every dollar you trade at the N.
Y. Racket, the Yellow Front,
You Save Money.
It has come the time when a customer spends his or her
money they are looking for value received and not boasting
on what we have done and who we are, but what we are do
We propose this season every dollar we sell across our
counter to give as much for it as can be done to do a legiti
We make a small profit and buy our goods from the best
houses North and South, and buy them right.
This season money is not going to be any too plentiful,
on account of low-priced cotton, and we are going to make
it to every shopping person in Clarendon County their inter
est as well as ours to visit our place of business and examine
our immense stock of
All kinds of Fancy Notions, and especially- our new and at
tractive line of Millinery Goods.
This department will be in charge of Miss Guerthi of
Baltimore, who has had long experience in this line, and she
will do all in her power to please the people who call on her.
She will be here about September 15th. You can get any
kind of Hat, from the best to the lowest.
All we ask of you is to call and examine our stock; if
they suit, buy; if not, don't buy. We will take great pleas
ure in showing you and quoting you pices.
You may hear a competitor say some things about our
store that don't sound complimentary to those who have
never visited our place, but one visit will convince you quite
Conmc to see us when in need of anything in our line.
We will treat you as near right as any merchant you ever
Watch this space next week.
Yours for business.
C. W. KENDA LL.
A~t the Yellow F'ront.
TH CAROINA GROCERY COMPANY.
Successors of BOYD BROS.
THOMAS WILSON, Pr'esident.
195 East Bay - - Charleston, S. C.
Percival Manufacturing Co.,
Doors, Sash and Blinds,
Metimg Street, - CHARLESTON, S. C.