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PUBI1SHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
WED-ESDAY, FEB. 15, 1899.
A Great Opportunity.
We have now in warehouse one car
of Rice Flour which we offer at 30c
per bushel, -ash, or we will give our
farmer friPnds two bushels of Rice
Flour for one bushel of corn. This
is an offer that all farmers who have
stock to feed should take advantage
of as Rice Flour is an excellent feed
for stock of all kinds and it is so
much cheaper than corn; horses.
hogs and milch cows thrive on it. .1
know this to be a good feed for I use
it with my own stock.
Farmers, we have now in stock
over one thousand pounds of Plug
Tobacco which we offer at prices that
cannot be beat in Charleston or any
wholesale place in the country. We
mean business and we mean to say
we can save you money in Plug To
bacco if you wish to buy it by the
box for farm use. Call and get our
prices, they will interest you. We
also have in our warehouse one car
of Flour which we offer by the bar
rel as cheap as it can be bought any
where. We have just received a
large lot of Green Coffee which we
offer at 10c per pound in 25 lb. lots
that will just knock out anything
that has ever been offered in this
town. Smaller quantities at 12ic per
pound. Yours truly,
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given
hat no advertisements will
hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
The mercury reached zero in Man
ning Tuesday morning.
Silver Skin and Yellow Onion Sets. R.
B. Loryea, the druggist.
The General Assembly has extended the
tima for coVectng tixes until March Ist.
Just received, a lot of Rast Proof Oats.
Legg & Hatchinson.
Manning has not seen such a snow
in many years, and all the young
folks seem bent on getting all the
pleasure they could out of it.
Dr. Loryea's spectacles served him
a good turn when they saved him a
wallowing in the snow by the young
ladies on a snowballing trip Tuesday.
Brockinton has a full line of spectacles.
and can fit young or old eyes. Try him.
After the young ladies had plead
for Dr. Brown and saved him he was
not politic to then throw a handful
of snow on one of them. When they
got through with him he was willing
to quit and join the party.
Woods' Seed are good seed. We sell
them. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Married, on Tuesday afternoon, in
the Methodist church at Pinewood,
5, 0., Miss Katie C. Broughton to Mr.
J. R. Fletcher. The bride is well
known and very popular in Manning
Her many friends here wish them
much happiness. They will reside
Everybody likes good perfumery. Dr.
Brockinton has a full supply of all kinds
and can please you.
There will be preaching at the Methodist
chureh on Sunday morning at 11 a. mn. by
the pastor. Subject for the morning hour:
"The Transfiguration." At 4:30 p. mn. the
pastor will lecture on "The Life and Char
acter of Judas Iscariot." Sund .y school
every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Prayer meeting everyThursday afternoon
at 4:30) o'clock. The publhc are cordially
invited to all of these meetings.
Woods' Southern Garden Seed are the
best for Sonthern planting. Just received
a full line. R. B. Loryea. the druggist.
Much will be written this week
about the beautiful snow, which by
the way was the heaviest perhaps
that this country has seen since the
war. Last Saturday a genuine snow
storm prevailed almost all day
throughout the greater half of the
State. In the upper sections it
reached a depth of ten or twelve in
ches. At Manning the first storm
gavye us three or four inches, and on
Sunday this was covered by a heavy
coating of sleet, which fell nearly all
day, to be covered again Sunday
night with two or three inches more
of snow. The ground here was cov
ered to a depth of six or seven inch
es. On Monday most of the young
people turned out and went snow
balling. Few people they met, re
gardless of dignity, were spared get
ting a genuine wallowing and having
it well rubbed in,and then the unfor
tunate were considered initiated and
allowed to join the party to contin
ue the raid. On the steep hill below
the Cemetery large parties of young
folks would assemble with improvis
ed sleds, and enjoy coasting, down to
the bottom of the hill, little minding
how many falls they received or how
hard, as it was the first experience of
the kind in Manning and nothing
could be more enjoyable, while sev
eral sleighs were improvised and par
ties of yound ladies and gentle would
go sliding through the streets behind
the jingle of sleigh bells.
For Rent-Four-room cottage. $6; Net
tIes house. 8 rooms, $1s. Apply Mrs. E. C.
A sluggish Liver causes drowsiness, leth
argy and a feeling of apathy. Dr. M1 A
simmons liver medicine nronses the liver,
and cheerful energy succeed.s sluggishness.
Sold by Dr. W M1 Brockinton.
A drunkard is a man who commits
suicide on the installment plan.
The Manning Academy will open Mon
day, October 3. Tnition, S1, $2, $3 and $4.
English, Latin, French, music and art
taught. E. C. Aisanool.
It isn't always to a man's credit to
stop drinking-sometimes it is to his
lack of credit.
Bearing down sensations, internal heat
and female weaknesses are cured by use
of Simmons Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets.
old by Dr. % M1 Brochinton.
The Sunday law and the side-door
makes fifteen cent whiskey out of
the five cent article.
Don't wreck a life! From girlhood to
womanhood the monthly courses should be
.rgulated with Simmons Squaw Vine ,Wine
or Tablets. sold by Dr. w M Brockinton.
Women kiss each other merely to
keep in practice. They don't mean
Mother's trusted friend, Simmons Squaw
Vine Wine or Tablets, prepare the system
for confinemient, shorten labor and make
childbirth easy. Sold by Dr. WV 3. Brockin
There are two sides to a story when
men quarrel; when women quarrel
there are a dozen.
A two or three week's course of Dr. 31 A!
Simons liver medicine will so regulate|
the excretory functions that they will oper-|
ate without any aid whatever. Sold by Dr.|
W 3T ronckintn
What was a very serious and came
near being a fatal accident to two
lives occured in the Levi stofe vester,
day afternoon. Drs. FrafiT and
Charles Ceiger and Mr. FranK Ervin
had started on a rabit hunt, and had
gone in the store of the late M. Levi
for something and placed their guns
where they would not be dangerous.
In the mean time the gun of Dr.
Charles Geiger was a Winchester re-.
peating shot gun. which is perfectly
safe if not handled by parties who do
not understand them. Junius Boyd,
colored, it seems. took the Winches
ter gun and was fooling with it, when
he must have run a shell out of the
magazine into the barrel and acci
deutally discharged it. Peter Man
ning, a negro boy about twenty years
old, was standing near and almost
the whole load entered his left arm,
just above the elbow, shooting the
bone in two, almost severing the
whole arm from the body and driv
ing the flesa. from the arm against
the wall some ten feet away.
Mr. Mitchell Jacobs was sitting by
the stove reading. and about twelve
of the shot, which were No. 7, struck
him in the left temple and side of the
head, also one or two going through
the ear. Fortunately Dr. Ge'ger was
right there, and Drs. Brown, Brock
inton and Dickson were quickly got
ten, when Drs. Brown and Geiger
took charge of Mr. Jacobs and Drs.
Brockinton and Dickson took the
boy in charge. The Doctors picked
eleven shot out of Mr. Jacobs' face
and head, and say they think only
one shot is left in, and that in a
place where it will not prove dang
erous. Mr. Jacobs' wounds are of
course very painful, but not danger
ous to life, and his many friends
hope to see him out again in a few
days. Had not the load entered the
boy's arm before reaching Mr.
Jacobs his head would perhaps have
been almost blown off. Peter Man
ning's arm was so badly shot that
last night the doctors had to ampu
tate it above the elbow, and he came
near dying under the operation after
the severe shock from the shooting.
It was one of those unfortunate
things which are liable to happen at
any time, and only serves as a warn
ing to people that they should never
pick up a gun that does not belong
to them or that they know nothing
about. It is usually the empty guns
that do the damage.
Discovered by a Woman.
Another great discovery has been made,
and that too. by .a lady in this coubtry:
"Disease fastened its clutches upgn her and
for seven years she withstood its severest
teats, but her vital organs were undermined
and death seemed imminent. For three
months she conghed incessantly, and could
not sleep. %be finally :iscovered a way to
recovery, by purcha'Ing of us a bottle of
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, and was so much relieved on taking
first dose that she sht-pt all night, and with
two bottles has been absolutely cured. Her
ame is Mrs. Luther Lutz. Thus writes
W. G. Ilammiek & Co. of Shelby, N. C.
Trial -bottles free at It. B. Loryea's drug
store. Regular size 50c and Si. Every
bottle gurranteed. 4
List of Jurors.
Following are the names drawn as
jurors to serve at the next term of
court, beginning on the 27th day of
R L Felder, Felder's.
R L Gayle, St. Paul's.
W C Char. 2er, Manning.
H B Ber.g, Alcolu.
Frank McKnight, Davis Station.
J W Weeks, Pinewood.
J A Barfield, Seloc.
H Hardy, Jordan.
H J Wheeler, Sardinia.
J1 H T Collette, Panola.
J M Floyd, Seloc.
T M Reardon, Workman.
J A Brown,
H L Lowder,
J H Alsbrook,
A C Richardson, Jr.,
A M Brailsford,
J J Barwick.
J C Manning, Fulton.
B P Broadway, Pinewood.
E P Mathis, St. Paul's.
Ra gin Mathis, St. Paul's.
Geo H Huggins, Manning.1
J T Barfield, Manning.
WV M Plowden, Manning.
A T Budden, Sardinia.
J W Childers, Jordan.
J J Stukes, Davis Station.
Selwyn Dingle, Snmmerton.
D A Boykin, New Zion.
R E McFadden, Jr., Sardinia.
J A Way, Silver.t
J A Gardener, St. Paul's.
C WV Snyder, Manning.
Samuel Sparks, St. Paul's.
JOC Bryant, Packsville.
W H uldrow, Wilson's.
.W N Stukes, Packsville.
John Smith, Workman.
A L Lesesne, Silver.
H N Barwick, Packsville.
P H Broughton, Falton.
W N Barkley,.
J M Barrow. Workman.
J T Brogdon, .
J B Tindal, Manning.e
P M Mitchem, Jordan.
A J Morris, New Zion. t
B 0 Cantey, Foreston.
D W Brown, Pinewood.
WV T Kennedy, Seloc.
E P Geddings, Summerton.
M A Bell, Davis Station.
S S Stone, Packsville.
FoInfants and Children. f
he Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of ( a ~ 4~
Readers of St. Joseph's Four Sea
ons Almanacs will find the astro
omical calculations and weather 1
orecasts of Prof. Gathright very in- a
eresting. It is wonderful that a man
tan make these forecasts so far in ad- t
~ance. Prof. Gathiright claims more I
~erifications for his forecasts than is
rdinarily found. If you have not .
een so fortunate as to secure a copy
f St. Joseph's Four Seasons Alma- a
iac, it will be mailed to you free by
. Gerstle & Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Vrite today, before their supply is
n use Chamberlain's colie, cholera and
iarrhoea remedy for all pains of the stom
,ch and ail un natural looseness of the bow
Is. It always cures. For sale by Rt. B.
Chamberlain's cough remedy has saved
e lives of thousands of croup~y children.
t is also without an equal for colds and
hooping cough. For sale by Rt. B. Lor- -
ea, druggist. [janlay
It's a hard blow to temperance
ivhen a man has to swim a river in
rder to get a drink. I
An Honest Medicine fotr Laurippe.
George W. Waitt of South Gardiner, Me.,
ays: "I have had the worst cough, cold,
thills and grip and have taken lots of trash
f no account but protit to the vendlor.
3haberlain's Cough Reme~dy is the only
hing that has dlone any goo d whatever. I
ave used one 50-cent bottle andI the chills.
told and grip have all left mec. I congratu
ate the manufacturers of an honest mnedi
:ine." For sale by; RI. B. Loryea, drug
Editor TuE TimEs:
Mr. McDonald Furman of Ramsey
entertained the school children by
an interesting lecture of one hour's
duration Wednesday evening, Feb
ruary 1st, at Academy Hall. Mr.
Furman is a historian and journalist
of considerable reputation and will
doubtless make a success in this new
-role of lecttrring, for which he is well
.4ualified. Every school. in the coun
ty should hear his lectures.
*-Little(?) Mrs. Hogan of Greeleyville
is visiting at the home of her brother,
Mr. R. J. Bradham.
Mrs. Wells, Miss Wells and Miss
Furman, all of Privateer, attended
the lecture here.
We are sorry to chronicle the ill
ness of Mr. Sidney Matthews, but
hope it may be only temporary.
The following students of Packs
ville Academv have successfully
passed the regular monthly exami
nation held Friday, February 3, with
the annexed result:
E!ma Geddings, 100; Anna Taylor,
99: Louise McKnight, 99; John 0.
Barwick, 98; Bessie Corbett, 96; Cor
nelia Brown, 93; Nomie Corbett. 95;
Hattie Brown, 90; Richard A. Brown,
93; Eunice Broadway. 88; Carrie Mc
Leod, 87: Patrick Hodge, $5; Jack
Hodge, 75; Susan Broadway, 75: Min
nie Curtis, 100; Maggie Corbett, 99;
Viola Corbett, 96; Henry Curtis, 95;
Lizzie Broadway, 95; Polly Barwick,
93; Irene Touchberry, 93; Myra
Owen, 88; Willie Bradham, 85; Fran
ces Stukes, 85; Jack Touchberry, 65.
H. B. SENTERFEIT, Principal.
Rosa Barwick, 72; Julian Brad
ham, 85; Arthur Bradham, 81; An
derson Boswell, 94; May Broadway,
96; Annie May Broadway, 94; Nomie
Broadway, 91; Wash Broadway, 97;
eorge Broadway, 95; Lee Davis, 88;
Viola McLeod, 83; Juanita McLeod,
34; George McLeod, 85; Cleve Mc
Leod, 89; Dude Womble, 86; Ferdi
nand Stone, 92; Bertha Stone, 87;
Hattie Stukes, 75; Willie Stukes, 57.
M. E. KRUSE, Teacher.
Ethel Corbett, 97; Essie McKnight,
97; Fannie Meil Bradham, 96; Mattie
Bradham, 12; Fannie Broadway, 92;
Roy Curtis, 8; Oliver Broadway, 79;
Beulah Stukes, 79; Otto Mathis, 71;
Reynolds Davis, 71; Johnnie Broad
Special Mention-Leila Geddings,
Belle Corbett, Frank McLeod, Willie
Flowers, Theo. Mathis.
HATTIE BROADWAY, Teacher.
eza, the The Kind Youl Have Always Bouht
Siages of Wvater.
Camden,Feb. 10, 8 a. m.-Height of
Wateree river, 23.1 feet, being a fall
f 5.9 feet during past 24 hours.
Columbia, Feb. 10, 8a. m.-Height
f Congaree river, 12.6 feet, being a
fall of 6.1 feet during past 24 hours.
Feb. 13, 8 a. mn.-Height of Conga
ree river, 3.6 feet, being a fall of 4-10
f a foot during past 24 hours.
St. Stephen's, Feb. 10, 8 a. m.
Height of Santee river, 8.2 feet, be
ing a rise of 1-10 of a foot during past
Feb. 13. 8 a. m.-Height of Santee
irver, 11.3 feet, being a rise of 2.7 feet
luring past 24 hours.
D~angers of ihe Grlppe.
The greatest danger from La Grip~pe is of
its resulting in pneumonia. If resonable
:are is used, however, and Chamberlain's
sough ]Remedy taken, atll danger will be
ivoided. Among the tens of thous.ands
aho have used this remedy for la grippe we
:ave yet to learn of a single case resulting
n pneu-nonia which shows conclusively
hat this remedy is a certain preventive of
bat dangerous disease. It will cure la
~rippe in less time than any cther treat
ent. It is pleasant and safe to' take. For
alc by R. B. Loryea, draggist,
The things that go without saying
nust have escaped feminine atten
To Sweeten the breath, brighten the eye.
lear the complexion and ilsure the nut
rai bloom of health, use Dr. M A SimmonS
iver medicine. Sold by Dr. WX M Brockin
Eve is the only woman on record
.ho never turned round to see what
he other woman had on.
Ihe life preserver which has carried
nauir. ladies safely over the dangerous sea
'eba'nge of life" is Siminons Squaw Vine
ine or Tablets. Sold by Dr.W .31 Brock-'
If it were literally true that whis
ey tills our jails, lots of men couldn't
e kept out of them.
Dr. M A Simmons live-r medicine by ex
elling from the body the excess of bile
nd acids, improves the assimilative pro
esses, purifies the blood, Tones up and
trengthens. Sold by Dr. WV gI Brockin
TeKind You Have Always Bought
Drew the Line.
"Couldn't take him at any price,"
sid the agent who was buying horses
r the use of the mounted police. "It.
all right for a policeman to interfere
rhenever he sees fit, but it won't do
>r his horse. "-Indianapolis Journal.
Yellow Janundice Cured.
uffering humanity shonld be supplied
rith every mea ns possible for its relief. It
Swith pleasure2 we publish the follow
ac: "This is to certify that I was a terrible
ufferer from yellow. jaundice for over six
onths, and wazs treated by some of the
est physiciums in our city and all to no
vail. Dr. Bell, our druggist, recommended
ectric bitters, an~d after taking two bot
Les I was entirely cured. I now take great
eaure in reomm:endting them to any
rson snifering from tais terrible malady.
am gratefully yours, .\1. A. H'ogarty, Lex
auton, Ky." Sold by R. B. Loryea, drug
Old Lady (improving the occasion)
Ah, my poor man, you would not be in
his position if you had received an early
raining in some trade or calling I
Tramp-Don't you tork too sudden
Lout wot you don't know nothin about,
nissus. No trainin, indeed ! W'y, I was
n prison afore I wo 14 !--London Fun.
Fot' La tGrippe).
Thontis Whitfield & Co., 240 Wabash
venue, corner Jackson street, one of Chic
go's olde-st aud inost prominent druggists.
ecommeud Chamberiain's Cough Remedy
or la grippe. as ,it not only gives a
irompt and complet-: relief. but also count
racts any tendeney of la grippe to result
n pnennionia. F~or sale by Rt. B. Loryea,
"Is she very much in love?"
"Much in love! Say ! She heard some
me say that all the world love's a lover,
md she's been jealous ever since. "
Bearsthe The Kind You Have Always Bought
A. J. Gill, Jr., Scotia, S. C., writes: I
have nsel Dr. M A Simmons liver mddi
eine in my familv 10-years. It has cured
indgetion. dyspepsia, constipation, and
iany othtr ailments. Sold by Dr. W M
Divid'enda Out of Life.
The fools who give the 24 hours to
business and boast of it may criticise
the man who can expel business from
his mind and enjoy his books, his
friends, his club, the theater, the opera,
the dinner or the dance, but the cheer
ful man gets dividends out of life where
the other gets trouble. -Chauncey M.
NOTICE OF SALE
Of Personal Property.
By virtue of a Bill of Sale given by
way of Chattel Mortgage, bearing
date November 12th, A. D. 1898, exe
cuted by Mrs. Kimnmie S. Johnson to
W. B. Wilson, and recorded in the
office of the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas and General Sessions
for the County of Clarendon, State
of South Carolina, default having
been made in the payment of the
debt secured by the said Bill of Sale,
I will sell at public auction, for cash,
in front of the Court House at Man
ning, in said county, on Monday, the
twentieth day of February, A. D.
1899, at half past twelve o'clock in.
the afternoon, the following describ
ed personal property:
One Jersey cow, two Jersey helf
ers, one brown horse, one single top
buggy and harness, one bay mare
mule, one sorrel horse mule and one
On failure of any purchaser or pur
chasers to comply with his, her or
their bid for said prQperty, or any
part of it, the same will be re-sold as
often as may be necessary to insure
compliance with the terms of sale.
Each head of the live stock and
each of the other pieces of property
above mentioned will be separately
sold. R. M. STRANGE,
Agent of Mortgagee.
Manning, S. C., Feb. 13, 1899.
NOTICE OF SALE
Of Personal Property Under
By virtue of a Chattel Mortgage
bearing date the fourth day of Nio
vember, A. D. 1898, executed by Mrs.
Kimmie S. Johnson to Thomas Wil
son, and of Record in the office of the
Clerk of tThe Court of Common Pleas
and General Sessions for the County.
of Clarendon and State of South Car
olina, in Book Z. Z., pages 70 and 71,
default having been made in the pay
ment of the debt secured by the said
Mortgage, I will sell at public auc
tion, for cash, at the Brick Store of
the said Mrs. Kimmie S. Johnson. at
Manning, in the said county,on Mon
day, the twentieth day of February,
A. D. 1899, at eleven o'clock in the
forenoon, the entire stock of goods
and general merchandise contained
in her said store, consisting of Dry
Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats,
Shoes, Hardware,Crockeryware, Tin
ware, Groceries and Provisions, and
also an Iron Safe. Persons desiring
to examine said stock with a .view to
purchasing, will be shown the same
by the undersigned..
As the said sale will be made for
cash, it will be consummated only by
ctual payent of - the purchas.e
umoney, or by the delivery of a certi
fed clieck on a solvent bank, for the
amount of the purchase money. Per
sons desiring to bid on said property
snould be prepared to coinply with
the terms of the sale herein an
nounced, as in case of failure of a
purchaser ats kid> sale -1 tf6mpily
forthwith with the' terms thereof,the
said property, on the same day and
at the same place, will be im~umedm
tely re:sold at the risk of said for
amer' purchaser or purchasers, and
will again, and as often as may be
necessary, be eld, until a complying
purchaser or purchasers shall be
The said stock of goods and ge~n
eral merchandise will be sold as a
whole, in its entirety, and without
reakage. R. M. STRANGE,
Agent of Mortgagee,
Manning, S. C., Feb. 13, 1899.
Never have fine goodsh sold for
lower prices than we are now mak
We invite your inspection of our
every department, which will re
veal to you bargains for cash that
will defy all competition.
We\ ask the privile-ge of selling
you on the closest living margin
the finest styles and qualities that
money can buy in the line of
Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing,
IHats, Caps, Hardware,
Full supply of Farmers' Imnple
ments on hand at Rock Bottom
1;argains in Clothing never heard
of before, and in fact in every
thing that we keep.
Inspe.ct the goods, compare the
prices and yumust admit that we
are offering the opportunity of the
Give us just one chance to make
yon Lappy with beautiful goods at
Economy, comfort and satisfac
tion goes with every purchase made
S. A. RIOBY.
U GET YOUlte
But remnemher that the vital parts of patents
re their clim~s and spe('ifrations. whic~h should
a drawn with great aiccuiracyJ and skill, or they
miy prove wvorthiless.
Senrd descriptive izketch and rough drawing.
r photograph, for pr~hminary examination and
apmioni on patentability-free, in cases deemed
Aericani and Fo:tan saitisfactory references.
latenits, Trade Marks. P rompit and .efficienti.
Labels. Caveats. Copy- service. Conscientious
rhhts and IPesignls, and Iwork. P'rofessional in
the laws -relating tegrity and Moderate
Correspondence with Invcntorssolicited.
BURTON T. DOYLE & CO., PATENT ATTORNEYS,
WASI-.-... U. S. C A.
t pays .you to look ahead and see wh:
Goods struck the lowest mark we placed our
and the result is that we are able to offer man
than our competitors can buy them, and wh:
new and fresh, for we know they are just fror
Five thousand. ards of beautiful Shirting Prints at 3ic per yd
that look very cheap at 4 and 5c per yd.
Five thousand vds of the famous Merrimack Shirting Prints at
4ic per yd that sell everywhere at 5 and 6c per yd; colors guaran
Five thousand vds of the best Indigo Blue Prints ever brought
to this market, only 5c per yd.
Oie case of very soft Bleach Homespun, entirely free from
starch, one ytrd wide, only 6tc per yd. We also have a large stock
of nice yard-wide Bleach Homespun at 5c per yard.
A large assortment of Jeans for making Work Pants at 10, 12f-,
15, 20 and 25c per yard.
We offer our entire line of Dress Outings at cost, as we do not
wish to carry them over to next fall, and when we say cost we mean
just that thing.
A full stock of Apron Check Ginghams. Honiespuns, Plaids
We have some astonishing bargains to offer in Canton Flannels.
Call and see, theip.
Fine Dress Goods.
We don' think we claim too much when we say that we carry
the largest stock of fine Dress Goods and Trimmings of any house
in the town. aid especially do we call the attention of the ladies to
opr line of Black. Goods. Fine Black Henriettas, 46 inches wide,
all wool. at $1, 7-5c and 50c per yd. Fine Black Cashmeres at 40.
30, and 25c per yd.
Fine -Biack.. Brilliantine Skirting at 50, 60 and 75c per yd. A
beautiful line of Cream and Light Blue Cashmeres and Mohairs for
evening wear. Silk Trimmings and Gimps of every description to
uit the goods.
Ladies, we call your attention to the large line of Ready-Made
Ladies' Shirt Waists. We have in stock about tWenty dozen of these
Ready-Made Shirt Waists and can fit any lady from 32 to 38 bust
Three hundred dozen of the famous J. & P. Coats Thread at 4c
per spool. We also carry the famous Eagle and Phoenix ball Thread
which is give'n up by all to be the best ball Thread ever put upon
Those who wish to buy a nice Cheap Suit of Clothes
will do well to see us before they buy; we have the goods
and will sell them at the right prices.
W We Sey
and Recommend I U H
Woodis Seeds. OL S
Wood's Seeds are Southern f
: grown and are adapted for ~ "H ETI OETOGO.
i Southern soil an'd climate.
For an early crop and a good Guinedh
i stand be sure to plant Wood's
Seeds. AS D . R A E
v'er Onion Sets and Wood's~ivrSi n elwDn
Early Rose Seed Potatoes. ~ FrFn
R. B. LOR EA, DUGS.parnOeraln n
SSIN OF THE CGO.DEN MORTAR. RearnBolsEge,
Core L'iGrippe or bad c Ads or et.goo
cooghs in one day by using* l
24I Hour lever Cure'SH P
Laxative Biromo Quciine. ~ Opst ats hrh
We sell and gnai-antee these goods. LoCatBultoOdr
RB, B. LORYEA, The Druggist, ie Hreheig a Seily
W H E N YOU COME NoayPbian
TO TOWN CALL AT IsrneAet
SHAVING sALOON TIEIUACECMNYofn
Which is fitted up with an Oren.AorpeenTHPREN
eye to the comfort of his joeotestogt51(betcpa
IN ALL STYLES,OFIEATOACWRHUS
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ar~Suvein an Lv~in1 R eairin oe &,ngie
ti.dg Carts Built tortrder.
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ro CosumeS atLage Bee:Insurcta~es r nt
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rith the,5one o('theistrontatt anthbritiesmpa
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ny quntit at he lllance.
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ie s o e xtended.t ba th youer vnt rfve
,riat cnsmpio. W ofE specia PRoECTing Send Buildinghorphto
ate fr hee himetsTisoe r is e exMatialvie
a ed ue adjoe o t he ocsthp
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O.Bxd ,HeRrAEWRH.SahG e igShtanCkerdsoan
o Cnsuer o .ge Aer B ues'TUrdr e.OF
Th enaBrewing Comany, Widw ad Facofs aSeily
hret, C,haen S.d arage. t Brn orJbWr t h ie fie
3,t you are doing. Last December when Dry
orders for the most of our Spring Dry Goods
,y lines of Dry Goods to our customers cheaper
t is better stilL we know that our goods are
i the manufacturer's loom.
We keep a well-stocked Grocery Department and those who
wish to buv Groceries in bulk will find some very interestiug prices
at our place. Bacon. Flour, Sugar, Coffee, Rice, Lard and every
thing in a first class Grocery. We have now on hand one car of 800
bushels Rice Flour which we offer at the lowest possible price, It
is a great feed for horses, hogs and cattle. We will give two bushels
of Rice Flour for one bushel of corn in exchange.
Those who wish to buy tobacco for plantation use should see
our Wild Duck in 10-lb. caddies at 35c per pound. Our Blue Jay
Plug Tobacco at 35c per pound is one of the greatest sellers that we
ever put upon our shelves, and those who have used the Blue Jay -
will endorse what we say. Anybody that is posted in the price of
tobacco and will come and examine the large stock we now have on
hand will find that our prices on Plug Tobacco will compare favor
ably with many wholesale houses in Charleston.
We Love to be Encouraged
By Our Home Folks.
We feel that we are deserving of the support of \he people of
FIRST-Because we are a native born son of Clarendon Coun
ty. Many of our friends can well remember when we were only a
farm lad, but by hard work aad close attention to business we have
pulled ourself up alongside of the great mercantile giants of the
SECOND-Because we-have endeavored to give to the people
of Clarendon a market second to none in the State; and in doing this
we have endeavored to give to our patrons the newest and best
goods that could be found in the markets of this great country. It
has been one of our greatest ambitions to refrain from offering cheap,
trashy auctiou goods in our place of business. We delight in offer
ing our patrons new, fresh goods; old goods that have been layed
away for years will not give satisfaction it matters not how well they
look-they are rotten. It pays you to examine goods before you
Percival Manufacturing Co.,
Doors, Sash and Blinds,
Meeting Street, - - CHARLESTON, S. C.
CAN'T FIND .HIM!
WLSH, THE SHOE MAN
H, OF SUMTER?
lie's moved; you will find him in store under Opera
House. You can't miss it; just look up for the city clock
and he's right under it.
His stock of Shoes is full, and if you go there, he sells so
cheap you'll really be glad "cotton is low."
Mr. Ben Cuttino, an old Clarendon man, and
practical Shioemaker, is with him.
I value my Clarendon trade and will always try to give
Take Care of Your Eyes.
We take this'method of informing our friends and the public generally
that we have just received a nice assortment of the best Glasses made, and
are prepared to furnish our customers with accurate and scientifie aids to
vision. Our prices are on the "Live and Let Live" plan; hence you can,
with a small sum, buy from us a pr~ir of good glasses.
We have Spectacles and Eye Glasses of all styles, grades and prices.
W. M. BROCKINTON.
BOnds and Mortgages,
For Sale At THE TIMES OFFICE.