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PuB LISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, 1898.
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
Miss Jessie McLean is at home from her
Winter seed rye for sale by R. B. Loryea,
Miss Ellie Black of Charleston is visiting
Miss Mayme Harvin.
A fresh supply of Tenney's peanut brit
tle. I. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Solicitor Wilson left last Monday to at
tend court at Florence.,
Stationery of all kinds and all prices at
Brockinton's drug store.
Miss Virginia Fisher of Charleston is
visiting the family of Mr. A, H. Breedin.
New crop Turnip Seed, all varieties. R.
B. Loryea, the druggisL
Mr. John A. Burgess, who has been visit
ing friends in Manning, left Sunday even
Export cigars, the best 5c cigar in town.
R. B. Loryes, the druggist.
Miss M. Guerth of Baltimore, who takes
charge of Kendall's millinery, will be here
A full line of shaving soaps and brushes
at Brockinton's drug store.
Miss Lillian Harvin returned Sunday
from Sumter, where she has been visiting
Miss Christine MceKagan.
Base Balls sind Bats, all prices. B.. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
Now is the time to advertise. If you
waitt to sell goods, the people must know
that you have goods to sell.
Everybody likes good perfumery. Dr.
Brockinton has a full supply of all kinds
and can please you.
Died yesterday morning at Greeleyville,
Mrs. Martha B. Rhodes, relhct of the late
Col. Gabriel D. Rhodes, aged about 67
Beautiful line of box paper and envel
opes, latest styles, lowest pnices. R. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
Mrs. J. S. Plowden sent us yesterday a
bouquet of beautiful roses-white and
pink-that were grown on the same rose
bish. WVho can beat that?
The Clerk and Treasurer of the town
council will have his office at Loryea's drug
store for the transaction of all town busi
ness. [aug 2-i-tf
Died near New Zion last Saturday, Mrs.
Mason, a daughter of Mr. Ervin Green.
The funeral took place at New Zion church
on Sunday and an immense crowd attend.
ed the service.
International Colic Cure. Try it and if
your horse dies we will retern your money.
Rt. B. Loryea, the druggist.
The Second Regiment has received or.
ders to. move, and between now and the
20th they expect to go to Jacksonville; fromn
there to Cuba. Several of the Manning
Guards have been at home to say good-bye.
To Bent-One store, 22x32 feet, opposite
W. & S. R. B.. station, St. Paul, S. C.; only
30 yards from depot; good stand. Foi
terms apply W. H. Shiver, St.Paul, S. C. [2
It will take much faithful praying to wipe
away the sins some people committed be
tween the first and second primary. A
man who slanders another to drive votes
away, would not hesitate to steal that which
is of less value than a good name,
The Manning Academy will open Mon
day, October 3. Tuition, Si, $2, $3 and $4
English, Latin, French, music and arl
taught. B. C. ALsanooz.
The defeated candidates can consoli
themselves that in making the race they
gratified their friends and gave their ene
mies an opportunity to gratity their spleen.
That it was better to have fought and lost,
than not to have fought at all.
The Manning Collegiate Institute, a pre
paratory school for our leading colleges,
will begin its fall session on Septembe:
5th. Every effort will be mr.de to give
satisfaction. Your patronage is solicited.
5-St. E. J3. BnowNE.
The colored population was somiewhat
excited last Sunday morning at the news of
the capture of Ed Meyers, who is charged
with a heinous crime committed on a white
woman near Foreston. Meyers was arrest
ed at Burke's. in Sumter county, and taken
to Foreston for ident~fication and ther
brought to Manning and placed in jail.
The prisoner was bronght here by Consta
Truth wears well. People have learnei
that 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
L~~ast Sunday Constable Richbourg of St
Pau was on his way to jail with a negrc
prisoner by the name of Riley Jenkins
charged with stealing a cow frer'n anothel
negro). When they reached the Mrs. Brigg:
place, near town, Jenkins, although hand
cuffed, made his escape through the woods
Mr. Richbourg gave the alarm and a num
her of persons joined in the search, but the
*'coon had gone on."
A stubborn cough . .ahng in th<
throat yields to One Mizante Cough Cure
Harmless in effect, touches the right spot
reliable and just what is wanted. It actsa
once. R. B. Lory'ea, Manning; L. W. Nel
ties, Foreston: H. L. Wilson, Jordan.
Mr. John Meier, superintendent Mar
ning Hosiery Mill, has severed his conne<
tion with that institution and has gone
Bamnberg, S.C., where he will take charg
of another mill. The employees of the Mat
nling mill, in appreciation of their supeni
tendent and his kindness to, thorm, pre
sented Mr. Meier with a beautifully gold
tipped silk umbrella appropriately er
Editor TiiE TDI~s:
As it has been quite a time since I have
seen any thing from Foreston in THE TiEs
if vou will allow me a little space in its
columns. I will try and give your readers a
little news from this section. Friday eve.
nin,. the 2nd inst., the Woman's Foreign
Missionary Society of Foreston gave a very
nice mnissonary concert at the Methodist
church. The ladies had the church deco
rated beautifully a large crowd was out and
every one present enjoyed it hugely.
The following program was usel:
Introduction, by a Little Penny Helper.
Doxology, by the Society.
1. Chorus, "Wake the Song," by the So
2. History of the Society, by Miss Janie
J. Song and Recitation, by Misses Land,
Copeland, Sprott and MeRoy.
4. Recitation, "A Vision," by Miss Zada
5. Song and Chorus, "Send the Light,"
by the Society.
G. Essay, "'exico," by Miss Lula Can
7. Instrumental solo, "Fading, Still Fad
ing," by Mrs. C. M. Mason.
6. Duet and chorus, "Hosanna!" by So
1. Scriptural reading;
2. Duet and chorus, "What
Shall the Ha':vest Be?"
3. Duet and chorus, (Reply) :.
T "Whatsoever a Man Soweth,
That Shall he Also Reap."
10. Song, "The Cause of Right," by Pen
11. Duet, "Savior, Breathe an Evening
Blessing, by Mrs. White and Miss Barnes.
12. Closing song, "Sweet Bye and Bye,"
All of the music except an instrumental
solo, which was played by Mrs. Mason, was
furnished by Miss Gussie Barnes, the or
ganist of the Methodist church, and to her
is due, to a great extent, the credit for the
manner in which the singing was carried
The services were conducted by Mrs. W.
B. White, president of the society.
The following were the ushers: Messrs.
Barnes, Durham, Nettles and Plowden.
Rev. Wm. Carson, who was taken quite
sick on election day, died last Thursday,
the 8th inst.
Miss Julia Flagg, who has been visiting
friends here, has returned to her home at
The farmers are busy picking out their
cotton now, and a good many of them are
finding their crop to be far short of their
expectation. L. J- N.
Card from Mr. Epton.
Spartanburg, S. C., Sept. 10, 1898.
Editor TnE TmrEs:
Dear Sir: Please allow me sufficient space
in your valuable paper to thank the good
people of Clarendon county for the mag
nificent way that they sustained my appeal
from the decision of the General Assembly
in regard to the Governor's appointment of
Comptroller General. The vote that I re
ceived was more than satisfactory, and I
shall be delighted to grasp the hand and
thank each friend personally for so kindly,
generously and fairly supporting me in my
race for Comptroller General of South Car
It shall ever be my pleasure to serve the
people of myjState in any capacity that they
may decide, either public or private.
Again expressing my appreciation of the
magnificent vote given me and hoping to
meet my many friends at some future date,
L. P. ErroN.
Sqnare vs. Cylindrical Bale.
Editor THE TDEES:
It is conceded by all thinking men, that
the newspaper is the greatest educational
agent of our times. The progressive man
is the man who keeps himself enlightened
and abreast of the times by a judicious out
lay of money in subscriptions to well estab
lished practical papers, magazines, etc.
But unless the editor is himself a man who
has the best interests of his readers and
the general public at heart, needed infor
mation and enlightenmert is often with
held; and, acting from false conceptions,
much harm is often unwittingly done.
Now, Mr. Editor, a bitter and what prom
ises to be a stubborn Sght is on and the
cotton grower is without his interests being
consulted, or even his consent asked, is
made to assist in a monstrous conspiracy
Iagainst his own best interests.
Cotton ginners themselves whose patrons
the farmers are, are themselves giving coin
fort and assistance to the enemy (doubtless
through ignorance) and helping an unscru
pulous trust to combine to rob the cotton
,rowers of the South of $40,000,000 annu
The fight is between the compress com
panies and what is known as the cylin dri.
cal or round bale companies. Sprunt of
Wilmington, N. C., and Sloan of Augusta,
Ga., (note no protest from our own State)
have issued their manifesto and decreed
that for the future all cotton presses shall
be of a uniform size, when practically this
Ihas been the condition for years and unless
the helpless farmer does not bow to their
mandate he is assisted by the merchant and
public ginne'r to be fined from one to one
and a half dollars per baie for daring to
disobey the order of his superior, the com
press 'company, as represented by Sprunt,
Sloan & Co. And I have been informed
that merchants in Manning have in some
instanes levied slid fine. I hope for the
sake of the reputation of our county seat and
her business men this is not so, for such an
act would be without warrant of law and
Now, Mr. Editor, I am one that believes
there is room for improvement in the put.
ting into marketable shape our most im
portant money crop. But will a smaller
square bale, covered with unsightly jute
bgging and imported ties be any better
put up than at present? Certainly not; the
same slovenly condition will prevail. The
truth of the matter is that the compress
Icompanies want a smaller bale in order that
they may compress into the_ same space as
Ithe round bale company a given amount of
RIoUND BALE S.&vING.
Modern Machinery for January gives an
illustrated description of the cylindrical
baling system which it shows saves fromn
two to five dollars per bale, which means a
gain of $40,000,000 annually to the South.
This in confirmation of figures previously
Quoting from an article in the Manufac
turers' Record, published in Baltimore,
Md., and entitled "A Desire for Better
Bales," Mr. Pratt, president of the Hunts
Iville, Ala., cotton mills, says: "Speaking of
the round or cylindrical bale I am thor
oghly convinced that the mills of this
company c en afford to pay 40 points to SS
per bale more for cotton in the round balt
than for square bales; and I think perhaps
more when you consider the advantages o:
storage and inisurance occupied by thu~
In an article entitled "The Uniforn
Bale" Dixie says: "This effort to secure the
adoption of a uniform bale is a step in the
right direction. But cotton baling reforn
will be effected through the introduction o;
the cylndrical baling system."
The only argument against the round
bale is advanced by the compress owners
their investments would be impairsd. Bn1
the march of progress will not be perma
nently blocked to serve personal interests.
Will the farmers of our Southland be made
the tools of the compress companies anc
ontinue to pay them toll, or will they acl
n tneir own behalf and inaugurate a move
mnent that has the cylindrical bale for iti
object and their emancipation from th<
threefold grip of compress, jute bagging
and imported by combines?.
With y'our consent, Mr. Editor, I wil
ontinue to give to the farmers of our coun
y turther proof of the duplicity of the comn
press men and the necessity of intelligen
ction in baling reform.
T. B. OwBn.
Silver, S. C., Sept. 15, 1898.
When you call for DeWitt's Witch Haize
S alve the great pile core, don't accept any
- hing else. Don't be talked into acceptin
- nbstituto for piles, for sores, for burn
- R B Loryea, Manning; L. W. Nettles, Fo:
+I esto T, Wilsn. Jordan.
WORTH OF OODS
Must be sold this fall, and we propose to do it squarely and honestly.
36 inches to each yard of Cloth we sell and 16 ounces to every
popnd of Groceries we sell.
Suit, sold everywhere at $1.50. Cail and see these values and we think we
will be able to sell von.
i A nice line of Gent's fine French Clay Worsteds at $12.50, sold every
Never before in the history of our business have we carried such a where at
stock of Fine Dress Goods as we now have in stock. The largest line of Gent's Negligee Shirts ever shown in this market,
Nice Brocadine Dress Worsteds at 10c per yard. ranging in price from 40c to $1 each. Also a fine line of Drawers, Shirts'
A fine line of Dress Worsteds at 15, 20 and 25c per yard. Collars, etc.
Fine Dress Patterns from $5 to $10 per suit. TTWi mT ,,7TY iT1 TTWTYWWW W VWWWWW
Silk Waist Goods in great variety, from 50c to $1 per yard.
Plain Wool Cashmeres and Henriettas, in all shades, 42 inches wide, at A L RGE LINE of ARNESS.
25c per yard; never sold for less than 35c.
The most complete line of Dress Trimmings, Curtain Velvets, Silks and We have added a line of Buggy Harness to our stock this fall and we
Gimps ever shown in this market. are prepared to name some close prices.
Ladies, before purchasing your fall and winter dress we think it will be A nice set Single Harness for .
to your interest to look over our stock. Better qualities at $8.-$10 and A12.50.
The best Beaver Buggy Robe you ever saw at $1.50.
Nice Robes at 2. 3 and $4.
Collars, Saddles. Bridles and Wagon Slip Harness.
.Buggy Lines and Buggy Traces, Buggy Harness and Saddles to sell sep
arate from Harness if you want them.
It is a fact that goes without saying that we have developed the Milli- TM y VIWWWWWWfW1?WWWWWYyIITWyTMiT I ytyTyff"My TIT
nery trade to a higher standard than was ever known in the history of this
town. IS oes, S oes.
As usual our Miss Beckham will be in charge of this department and
we have spared no pains in the selection of our stock; the result is that we We have a large line of Shoes, and those who favor us with their pat
have now in stock one of the largest and best selected stocks of Millinery ronage in this line will get one hundred cents on the dollar for what they
ever shown in this town. We will have no less than thirty Pattern Hats buy, as we carry good, solid Shoes, and where shoes do not come up to our
on exhibit. Don't give an order for your fall Hat until you see our good (recommendation we make them good.
display of Pattern Hats. We offer the best $3 Gent's Shoe ever shown in this market; every pair
TyT~yT y"T"T MT1 y""1 TT VT Y"T Y1 T T YI ~fMT1TI y VI warranted. Call and see them.
The best Ladies' Shoe for $1.25 to be found in this market.
We have some bargains in Gent's and Youth's Clothing that we feel
confident that these prices and quality cannot be met in this market. Heavy Drill Homespun, 5c per yard.
Forty Men's Black Clay Worsted Wool Suits at $5.50, sold everywhere Heavy yard-wide Sea Island Homespun, 4je per yard.
at $8. Dress Ginghams, 5c. per yard, worth Ge.
Twenty-five Youths' Black Clay Worsted Wool Suits at $5, sold every- A Gent's nice Black Clay Worsted Suit Cloth for only $5.50. worth 8.00.
where at $7.50. Six nice Tumblers, only 15c,
A large line of All-Wool Cassimere Pants at $2.50 per pair, sold every- A nice Mackintosh Coat, with Cape, only $1.75.
where at $3. Nice two piece Children's Wool Suits, $1.25.
A large lot of Jeans Pants for 50c to $1 per pair. Forty pounds good Flour for 1.00.
All-Wool Knee Suits for children from 8 to 14 years old, only $1.25 per Best Coffee, in 25-pound lots, at 1le per pound.
WVV. JD NTKINSON.
Learn to say "no." It's better A wise man baits his hook with in
than "Nit." quiry, but a fool baits his with im- One of the First Symptoms of
You invite disappointment when you ex- pertinence. - Failing Hlealth in a Woman is
periment. De~Vitt's Little Early Risers are
pleasant, easy, thorough little pills. They
cue ontiatonan sckhedahejut slCR ITIALTM
sure as you take them. Rt. B. Loryea, Mn-N [~ O U N S
ning; L. W. Nettles. Foreston; H. L. Wil-Diyoevrhnkhateeislwya
sonJordn. urin th Batle f Sati-cause for this malady? In'women Nervous.
A ans nrlibiit ote ecedsIago. ? - 'ness is generally the forerunner of some
hi as ureibiiytfeseced form of female disease, such as Whites,
hsast.SICK OR WELL, A RUSH NICHT AND DAy. Painful, Profuse or Irregular Menses, etc.,
Moret n ent mili fe smplensThe ackrs t te Batleof antagoin all of its distressing intensity. If you use
dsrbtdby the manufacturers. What de Cuba were all Heroes--Their le-5
betrpofof their contidence in its mer- roic Efforts in Getting Ammunition ~es~ ~ e ae Plae
its do you want? It enrec piles, burns. and Rations to the Front Saved the
scalds, sores in the shortest space of time. Day. "^AOC(GF.P)---.
F.B oryea H. ig L.Wlo.oda. W.Netes E. Butler, of pack-train No. 3, writing ~ .you will very soon be cured of Nervous
Forst;he .i Wisobnt thelimda sin from Santiago,' de Cuba. on July 23d, says: -ness and all other female troubles as well.
As he wigis entthelim isin-"We all had diarrhoea in more or less vio- ..I-otvmv tebwl ihml
eined to grow broke later. lent form, and when we landed we had no d~I ostive, mtoehLer oelawthor.l
OneMinte ouh Cre urrisspo me to see a doctor, for it was a case~t of I HAVE SUFFERED FOR YEARF.
OneMinte oug Cue srprsespeolerush and rush night and (lay to keep thbe With painful menses. attended with sour stomach. rushing of blood to th .head.
by its quick cures and children may take it troops suppli ed with ammunition and ia- and occasioyal whites. I also have svere nervous s fo a lorn tnime but foun0
in large quantities without the least dan- tions, but thanks to Chamberlain's CoheL, bad I cannoti ret hav usedntris fwenmal e n e usn h Carsplpti's
ge.I a o orisl h etreputa- Cholera an DarhoaRmdwwee "ernePnca and .1T. JoP' LIBE EGULATUR, and they are doing me
tion of auy preparation uised today for ab~le to keep at work and keep our healib; more good than all others. I shll continue their use. SRHJNIS
colds, croup, tickling in the throat or obsti- in fact, I sincerely believe that at one crit- Gleniore, xa. ' edwit s.n SeARAH giENufuIN.
nate cough-. Rt. B. Loryea, M~anning; L.- cal time this nmeceine was the indirect If your case is complicatewieu n ewl ieyufl n
W. Nettles,Foreston; H. L. Wilson, Jordan. saviour of our army, for i f the packers had .formation regarding the ue of this medicine.Gti fom your duge
A ud ftntun fmniehed eno ua of riu the o the front. a11 charges paid.n L. GERSTLE & CO.. Chattanooga, Tenn.
-but in the wrong direction. 'There were no roaois that a wa~gon train
De~ttsWich aze Slvehasth lag-could use. My comrade and myself had
este sale Vitc any sav ive ashe ol.Ti the good fortunie to lay' in a supply of this For sale by R. B. .EOTE
fact and its merit has led dishonest people medicmne for our paelk-train before we left I- -- ------- - - -
to attempt to counterfeit it. Look out for Tampa, and I ktnow in fonr cases it abso- hnYuWn
the man who attempts to deceive you when uTe sabve lfe.er-was written to the man--o Wan -
u call fore DeWitt ~Viteh HazelM nav, ain e ette s ritnento the an- ra
L. W. Nettles, Foreston; H. L. Wilson, Jor- lanled R.__B._Loryea,__thedraggist._
dan. saeb t B oya tedugstS
Time is caught by the tail more . . - ~
frequently than by the forelock. Beer is said to be fattening, but too * -I __ _____________
l~d er~much of it will make a man lean-- T ' Soaps
Dr. Jay Gum of Wilson, -~d Te., sy:aantsmtig
"I have distributed the sample pills you ans "I1
sent, and such a run was made for Rtamon's I "C '-.
Liver Pills & Tonic Pellets that my stock O &8I'erao I. -. A , a~ef er
was depleted in a day or two. They are B he IYha idYOu Alwys 8 Cfi _ __
certainly a revolution in the pill business, Bearnte TeKs c~t ~ ~ u
and peo:Jie are wild in praise of their ac- Signture - i u
tion. I eant to keep them in stock so long of s ______________
as you kepthemx uptotheirpresetoem-s
celny"For sale by Dr. W. M. Brook- A.:osawaslk - ra h
_ton,_Manning,_._. boards, lbut it's a deadly insult to ask K o t Brshe
Every man knows how a wife them how walking is. O _ _ _ _
should be managed, but few are able - R 0 GStaio er
to do it. An Uncertain Disease. -
i..There is no disease more uncertain in itaII-sCgr
A Clever Trlck. ' nature than dyspepsia. Physicians say that *~
. the symptoms of no two cases agree. It is 1_ __-_
It certainly looks like it, but there is therefore mos~t difficult to make a correct
really no trick about it. Anybody can try diagosis. No matter how severe, or under 9'
malaria or nervous troubles. We mean hc Iron Bitters will cure it. Invaluable in all - C
can cure himself right away by taking Elec- diseases, of the stomach, blood and nerves.,_~
trcBitters. Thi medicinie toe up teBrowns'IronfBitters is sold by. all dealers.
whole system, acts as a stimulant to the C/
liver and kidneys, is a blood purifier and It sometimes happens that it takes -I
nerve tonic. It cures constipation, head- -t-a
ache, fainting spells, sleeplessness and a speaker longer to clear his thoa HTESO W IEALA
melancholy. It is purely vegetable, a mild than it does to clear the hall. TO WIEA LA
laxative, and restores the system to its nat- BASM~GET YOUR
ural vigor. Try Electric Bitters and be WHITEng SrPIig.n .PATENTEE
convinced that they are a miracle worker. ButIememeryte vgal rrtsvfeytntg.reF
Every bottle guaranteed. Only S0c a bottle Every land owner should have a plat of -Buot--e eaims the sreit artonwich of l ent arat
at R. B. Loryea's drug store. 3 his land. I will do surveying forn the pres- ,' .,end decv s kec n rhdaing
.-ent on Saturdays. Call on or address 3 over knoWll to f all to rc- ihoto.iph,:tor preliminary exammnation. ofti
E. J. EnowNE, nud court practice carefully and skillfully cC
All the world's a prize ring and all 30-tf] M~anning, s3. C. liev'0o evorst kiund of cougllS, ducted. BURTON T. DOYLE
the men and women are merely _____________'t ATRE
scrappers- If all flesh is grass, old age must be cods soetioao ER OF "A FRIENDAT COURTI
Some men are too stubborn to ad- well cured hay. For sale at j aaiei hch tebscizen myfn
knowledge the corn, until you stepIf n-ioon count of rncle Sam's doings as manifested throu
thi tosthei UIITLlU~ IIL la, literature and machinery of our Gover
I wa truble ;vth cnstpatin fr 5e- -menfts. In it. the patents of clients are notie
For broken surfaces, sores, insect bites, evral years. and frequently went for nine g ggg . fr~e.desi Trs: $1mpeaco y ar treemt
burns, skin dise ases and especially piles days without muy bowvels moving. I spent othees: The Raston. Washinton. D.
there is only one reliable remedy, De Witt's several dollars for the cure of same. hut For the captuic and c~r ton mc ofvitd .wls- .c.Drr
Witch Hazel Salve. When you call for De- without success. This last winter a sales-. liain Diekson, al-sltIDcsn conedinSN.w C UPAT
Witts don't accept counterfeits or frauds. mau insisted on mte buying some Ramon's a it the last term o1 court of housetbecaing ILo DURANT,
You will not be disappointed with De Witt's Liver Pills and Tonic -Pellets, remarking an a lareeny, and senteedt h hi-~TLO
Witch Hazel Salve. Rl. B. Loryea, Man- that they were the 'best on earth.' I ga ag, I will pay aune v ne2 ro eydr lont adCuslr Lw
n;L. W. Nettles, Foreston; H. L. Wil- laughed at the idea, but purchased one Di ekson is a low, . I) 'hsi
niJorda. dozen boxes: Since that time I have used an d hias a moustache; wvhites of eyes showMAN G..C
son, ___Jordan._____._ three boxes and am now enjoying the best p1 tiniy: be is quick of muovement, heavy A IN..C
- __ ~ __ - of health. I recommend them to my encus. en brows and one shoulder drop)s slightly . J. FRANK GEIGER,
- I Bea . TeKn Ou lts Awy..~h tomners and the result is I h~ave sold six an. Lhe is slow of speech.C OWs, -
I este TeKn o aeAwy ogtdznboxes already.--M. J. Browning, Cuty suevsr - IAENV'DEN TS.,
.' ignttr ~ druggist. Germantown, Ky. Far sale by _ni ,. C., uuty Suevio. INNNS. C
I Dr. W. M, Brockinton, Manning, S. C. .ianns . uut3 68
Our Dress-Making Establishment
In connection with our store. under the management of 2
MISS TIGHE. a Baltimore lady who has had a great deal 3
of experience in the South as well as Baltimore and New _
York. promises to be quite a success and something very 3
much needed in Manning.
We have also taken a great deal of pains in selecting 2
our large and beautiful stock of
G DRESS GOODS <& TRIMMINGS 0
= And we are satisfied we can please everybody with styles $
- and prices.
Our prices for Cutting. Fitting and Makiing Costumes 3
will be as reasonable as can be had anywhere.
Samples of Dress Goods and Trimnings sent on re- E
We are Ileadquar
0 Qommw ters for the STAND- a
"a "" ARD PATTERZNS. 3
" Call and get your 3
Fall and Winter Cos
tume and have it made by an experienced Dress-Maker.
o HARVIN & BARRON,
~IS T H E .
N. Y. RACK ET.
Here are a few prices that will open your eyes and cause
you to think and wonder as you never have before:
3, 4 and 5c Calicoes, fast colors.
500 pair Pants from 39c to $3.98 (worth 85.)
Our 98c Pants are the best ever offered.
Men's half wool Suits, extra heavy, $2.48.
An all-wool Suit, a genuine beauty, for $5.
An $18 men's black clay worsted, satin lined Suit, $10.
Boys' Clothing from 54c to $2.98.
The boys' $2.98 Suits are well worth $5. Come and see
Our Shoe DeparNever o
We have over 100 different styles, men's, ladies' and
children's, from the cheapest to the Best.
If you want an everyday work shoe that will last 12
montns, come and get a pair of our English Buckskin for
$1.25 or a pair of our farmers' stitch down Calf Skin for 1.25.
We guarantee every pair of our ladies' everyday Glove
and Pebble Grain Shoes for 98c, but if you want to see the
prettiest line of ladies' dress shoes you ever saw, we have
them at $1.98; and see our vesting top lace at 2.48 and 2.75.
(They are worth 4.25 and 5.00.)
We have just opened 50 rolls of the best Jeans Pants
Cloth; half wool Jeans at 12c; all wool goods well worth 30c
for 20c; 500 (5 lb) bundles of Remnants at 98c.
It is useless to say how large a stock of Ladies' Dress
Goods I have, as nearly every lady in the county knows
what a stock of that we have. We have the latest things in
We haven't space to quote all the different prices of our
stock. We have Domestics cheaper than ever heard of.
A big line of Crockery and Glassware.
Twenty pieces Matting worth 27c for only 14c, just half
ali Our Miss Guerthi Irom Baltimore will be here on
the 15th, and we will show you an up1-to-date Millinery
Call and see our stock and get our best prices beforc go
Yours for business,
C. W. K ENDA LL, Prop
The New York Racket,
THE CAROINA GROCERY COMPANY
Successors of BOYD BROS.
TEOMAS WILSON, President.
S195 East Bay - - Charleston, S. C.
SPercival Manufacturing Co.,
Doors, Sash and Blinds,
Meetin Street. - - CHARLESTON, S. C.