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Supplement to The ManningTimes.
VOL. XIV. MANNING, S. C., OCTOBER 5, 1898. NO. 11.
The New York Racket.
OUR STOCK Is COMPLETE IN EVERYm RESPECT, QUALITY, STYLE ANSD QUATITY.
DRY GOODS NOTIONS SHOES CLOTHING HATS CAPS AND MLLNEHY.
Did you ever stop to think it would pay you to drop in our place and get our prices before buying ? We have nine clerks and always have one to stop and show you through and give you prices without a cent of charge.
Dcck cat tiese1Pices.
Pins......................ic Good Thread..........2 and 3e The best Drill ever put on the Men's White Unde
Needles ............... 10 balls T market..................5c Mens all-.-A Un
Bl ck n ......................---.. ... 3
Blacking.....................I c Black Satteen .5, 7, 8, 9j and 11c Check Homespun........ to 5c Ladies' Undervests...1ct $ aeCrans ..8 9 9 i,12
24 Hair Pins................. . - 00 pairs Ladies' warranted solid I yard-wide best Sea Island. 4e Children's Unders
2 dozen Hooks and Eyes........ c leather Shoes.............98c Agood 4-ply Linen Collar...... c The best ladies' Ho
Lead Pencil................ 300 pairs Men's Work Shoes (a Neckwear.............c to 41c ty (fleece-lined) f
Tape.....................c (hummer) ................ - Men's heaviest fleec--i-U
5 Slate Pencils........ ......ic This line i worth your attention. shirts ...........
Embroidery Silk................. Ladies' Fine Vesting Top Lace lens Clothing A hummer for
12 Envelopes............... C Shoes...........$1 98 to $2 48 Men's black halt wool Suits....--2 4
6 Sheets N ote Paper ......... . . I arn vr ar e' lc ose ut ...49
Envelopes...... .... ...2, 3 and 4c The best $5 Suit on earth, pure
Paper, per package......2, 3 and 4c wool 1 yard square Rim
12 Lead Pencils..............4c Brown Plaid Boys' Suits A -foot Ru.......
3 Cakes Toilet Soap...........3c We have all kinds, but we call ....G4c, 98c, 1.19, 1.24,1.98,2.48,2 98 Better quality, ver
Best White Castile Soap.......2c your eye to our Waist Patterns Youth's long pants Suits A fine Smyrna R1t
Coats' Thread, never sold before at a. The..............$3 ' and 4 90. ..............2.48, 3.50, 3.98, 4 98 Better quality....u
in Manning for less than 5c, the These are beauties Ladies' Capes.........48c to 7 50 A natural velvet Shoes.....
old time price, we sell it at. 4 h Remnant bundles, 5 lbs........... Misses' Jackets........1.24 to 2 9 A small velvet Rugr
Well, we can only say we surpass anything between Columbia and Charleston, and anything a lady wants in that line can be had at a very small price. Style and quality unsurpassed. You will find in this department the largest line in
any town of the same size in South Carolina of Trimmings, Ribbons, Velvets, Tips and all kinds of Hat Supplies to make up a pretty and tasty Hat. A milliner that has much experience to do the work. Our trade has grown so that we can well
afford to carry a stock equal to any in the State to the size of the town.
Call on us and look; make it a point to come in our place and feel that you are at liberty to look and ask prices of all goods sold. We solicit your patronage and will do all in our power to please you. We will . good. anything we sell
that is not as represented.
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MATTER OF PRONUNCIATIONonsurs Laer Beer:
Girlhood to W om anhoode on ACCORDANCE WITH SEC- The Germania Brewing Company, ofi
Soe an arn Sml 'oininto womneod
Prom ~ ~ ~ ONT E YvOURi iiiUuu Son on a ml on.ton 1451 of the General Statutes, Chatrleston, S. C., hafve made arramnts plceadHladlaeMs oe
ONI LET YOUR DAUOHTER There is a certain man who by the f~ South Carolina, the County Board' huhtdyhlsA
ea wrong m *hlnto womsnA9Od sweat of his brow-in summer time- of Commissioners, at their meeting thep Sot aoia stateatoiis s a sAeiai ccnd
We test cris in every girl's lfe is 3tfl I by w te aeb tfiw
at th stage when the menstrual func- as a government the first Monday in January, adop
tions are being established. and she should with an office in the big state, war and the following schedule of license for from consumers for shipments of beer in
bave ever provision obtainable for establish- navy building. He also earns bread for the year 189: any quantity at the following prices:
ingthisperiod properly. without which she a wife and three likely children and a Hawkers and Peddlers... $15 00 P-ntT
can never become a perfect woman. Mothes .
teach your daughters to conlide in sean home to crry a of Stnd Ras 001 Fonrmzon pints i crate, $ percrate. I
yo Explain their condition to L R $1.25.
them and watch over them as you IesadWths...... 50' .
thm ndwachovr he a YU three evenings in the week But that is Clok an0achs0 Qn rcr-ko-. $2 25.thsproefmtieieoia.I
would the most delicate plant. and S 00 ...... .... . is a
as this most eritical age draws thcokspileeawy.0S..
near commence giving her This official has a son aged 18, who P a O oint the
GERSTLE'S vr sI .i:b e'-:'~frs r rgoswl nta aco uoe n
is wll nearly as sharp msathe father All persons eng g t t
G R T ES thinks himself to be, especially in those mentioned occupations must procure l'orrngtltt:tthir thesnih ssi ob rgtrad te~wapr
aslicense or they will become liable an
thiife aha errboyouh to tno eB .o
When inthet e erod y o ugt woe know to punishment under the la. privny ce onsnt:t.v t b,.oW ofeigen
nomal onParonindaecdeenw It shall be the duty of rvr ags tvs for these '~l :nrwnts. Tii.,; bt-r i o onre hneswee h ie
y About three times a week the father trate and every Constable and of the wastr sscaridg of' tiinH sllnrmo
"haoleXIt sevs ol)s. comes to the office loaded with some Shieriff and his regular D)eputies, to, gu11(ntwhl pure, is of by ho e
It cv~ii w'l.' eiAsCrl'stablihte meeal e nomto hc esest n- n vr iie admn n
e functions, restore the strength and part to his fellow clerks by the induct- inspect the license of any hawker or Ulesdic:il f..t rnitv. - t f or ; trial
L.~~~a nerLsyCOPrpieos Ca toga, Ten're.
eive life and 00 ener to v~$j~ Ae method-that is, he indu them peddler in his or their county, who oder
When ther bo to ~~~~~~~~sow hon alSale Pykow;hnt. hl oeudrth oieo rvo
ethrisayse Thee ia hei kn whe he hal ce ue te n e of ay o
8. joszp'- 9 LtVzR MGULAToRt. springs it oi thi . i stmmer point is said officers, and to arrest or cause tot im A e - A
easbearrested, any hawker or peddlerNo
dinmQ pain &H back-schel,911 46 h withs andofce the bignusateo, wandhefudwtotagdanvli -
m otor wsehufe u her put*l p~eriodis. $be 'a" Tloletet elW(1cne2adt6bigschhwero, e in TD n, mll h wmnae nteIaoiy. TeCetIlomayloshc Ca.H.FeceriIreiet
ea 6 uveria jerk!m sensti... beI bought a bottle of 62TS thinks he is an authority. idre and aBr
. .asmeULATOR &d com td t evening peddler Maistrate
?A14CIL (a.nd4..uerimwasshees The othe wheley he was s. bfr the nae The me p whe it cm to
I aw eggl. IM Bia , anuis, terhalisg three or four of his offlee to be dealt with according to law.who
friends at a smas supper the eldest boy By order of board.
ispoke up from the far end of the table. T. C. OWENS,
n t "Say, pop," he inquired, "how do County Supervisor. OFFICE COw.NTY sE isoE,
For sale by E. 3B. Zj>X V I.L you pronounce X-e-w-o-n-e?" spelling Manning, S. C., January 11., 1898. CLARENDON CousTs. termrig oto nlnnwe
itbout slowly meimeirs.aomegoeokfrtaheostaatheno
i peu me, sl plied thWahrwtVHEN YOU COME Manning, S. C., Jan. 29th, 1896.-The cepedne h ieo orcidb ~etn
esCounty Spervisor office will be open onofhicteeoadeduwithosome
acourage of his convictios, "that it TO TOWN CALL AT Saturday of each week, for the transaction
is an Indian name, and by the rule I of business. The other days of the wee
would pronounce it Ne-wo-ny. will be oist of my office attending to roads
"But that isn't the way," dissented SHAVING SALOON and bridges, he of pt snhw
the boy. st anuaeutosr.ie
The father was never more surprised Which is fitted up with an
n his life, eye to the comfort of his oeotice.
"I don't quite see how tt would be badtI eadanme frlso h
euphonious any other way," he said, customers.-Office Superintendent of Education,
with a mild air of offended intelligence. HAIR-CUTT"o (d Clarendon County.
"Wha's the matter with pronouncing IN ALL STYLES, Until further notice I will be in my office a
it new one?" inquired the boy, with a every Saturday, from 9 a. mn. to 1 in. and igfo rnflt he rfu
loud, irreverent ha h And the blow SHAVING AND from2p..,to5p.m. Otherdayswillbe
almost killed father. -Washington Star. SHAM P01 NG spent in visiting the schools.P
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AoDone with neatness and Supta bIyution, C C
Tak Carecto of Your Eyes.
A Ineetncolcinobok dispatch .. .. ........Manning, S. C., Feb. 1st 1897.A h od ffinsi r
oplates is owned by Mr Howard Sill,
head draftsman at the officeof a of A cordial nvitation
architects in this city. The collection is extended. sUoed Hackr& o
consists of some 2,500 specimens- J. L. WELL
American, English, French and Span- - 1AUATRR OF ..-soyo erM Saly hatr
We take this method of informing our friends and the public generally J. L. WILSON,
that we have just received a nice assortment of the best Glasses made, and
are prepared to furnish our customers with accurate and scientific aids to Chippenl Wreath and Ribbon, etc. Notary Public and
vision. Our prices are on the "Live and Let Live" plan; hence you can, Mr. Si has collected many examples of
with a small sum, buy from us a pair of good glasses. the work of Dorkins, Johnson, the May- Insurance Agent. uf
We have Spectacles and Eye Glasses of all styles, grades and prices. ericks, father and son, famous colonial p lt
Satisfaction guaranteed. book plate engravers; also some speci- Will place Fire Insurance in THE PALA- CIOernihohodfrah ucesr fB Y R S
mens of the rare and valuable work of TINE INSURANCE COMPANY, of En g
land and the SUN MhTAL, of New sai
W. K. BROCK-MM O . Nathaniel durd, a NewEngland en- Orleans. Also represent THE PRUDEN- et
graver, born in 1720, a duplicate Of one TIAL Life Insurance Company of" Amen.IrihSane'iaoit a pni
of whose book plates owned by Mr. Sill c, one of the strongest and best coprpao
Frought $60 in New York a short time nies.
Buggy and Wagon Re- QU~~~PIIU~ ood, plaesere d by h a.u l theee blowD os SsBlnsig
ago. Mr. Sill has also one of the six Call on me before taking out your Insur
which is of great value and inter- OFFICE AT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE okver mind; d diute .
Rpairing aoilersE n d est Among the colonial plates are those S. C. Moulding and Building
Repairin Bo , of dWiriam Byrd of Westover, Bushrod t
etc., go to Exercise Books, lWashington, John Randolph, Willam Material, I
I Smith, president of William and ba Lon, Su nga LU3U11116 i ctc.
BELLKSOPM Scratch Pads, college; Charles Carroll, Thomas Hey- CHARLESTON, of C. i
In Pencils, Platosne is ward and Samuel Chase. signers of the I wI
Saisato gurned bokpaeegaes losm p C alito-c radesa utr~ Ss Ve~t i~ od id TeiI I C 1 N S
Declaration of Independenc There are and adjoining Counties.
W M BROCKINTON Naumberedurn, and Enotanntin
CMurch 1~Iucilage, Crayon, etc. also many examples of modern book Mr.l Silof 1. addes H a l sh ars with a laz yawn, sah
Opposite Bptist h. plate making, the work of tHoP. soi 1 . Euilders' her f
-h m ' which iso r of great valu and inter
ug cars Buiht to Order. Bos son, Sp Jcohey and other well known
Fine HrsesEoelxg a Speci Er. Summerton, S. C. modem engmvers.-Balmore Ame- Bring your Job Work to The Times office Window and Fancy Glass a Seciaty, s
TKSMI CL u SratchPads couge; Carle Carollisomaapey
LEBLR " Ink Pads, Pens, war ~and aulCae sgeso h