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PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, 1899.
Make Your Dress to Fit.
A cheap dress made to tit looks muc h
better thati a fine dress hltit made. Any
one ean m natke the'ir dresses to fit IncelyV if
they will huy a pattern trom u;. We -,ill
hold the ageney for Butterick Patterns for
this countv and we bave new fashiou plates
to give ont each month to our customeurs.
We do not keep the Patterns in stock but
just select the ntubers antd siz you need
along with uie price and we will order it
direct to you at your own post uiee which
will oniv take about threo days to reach
any post ofiee in this county.
No one can come in our store aud see
the grtat Bargains we offer in Calicoes,
Homuespuns and gent's pants goods without
buying. Just think of th-, a good quahty
of ten quarter Sheeting. at 12 1-2 cents per
We oftfer some of the greatest bargarts in
Jeans ever offered in this town.
If von want to buy cheap plug Tobacco
here is the place to do it with the cash.
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
Mr. J. H. Lesesne left Monday fcr a trip
on the road.
The Legislature adjourned at Zi -'clock
Silver Skin and Yellow Onion Sets. R.
B. Loryea, the ?.ruggist.
Mr. T. B. Haynesworth of Florence was
in town several days last week.
Just received, a lot of Itust Proo' Oats.
Legg & Hutchinson.
Miss Mavme 51. Harvin left yesterday
for an extended visit to relatives on Eiisto
iBrockinton has a full line of spectacles.
and can !it young or old eyes. Try him.
Mr. W. B. Wilson, manager of the Caro
lina Grocery Company, Charleston was in
Woods' Seed are good seed. We sell
them. It. B. Loryea, the druggist.
The high water in Santee drove out lots
of deer to the bill last week and a dozen or
more were killed.
Everybody likes good perfumery. Dr.
Brockinton has a full supply of all kinds
and can please you.
The District Conference of Sumter Dis
trict, of the Methodist Church, meets at
Manning the latter part of May.
WVoods' Southern Garden Seed are the
best for Southern planting. Just received
a full line. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Miss May Wilson left Monday for Ninety
Six, where she goes to atten d the marriage
of her friend, Miss Maggie Rice.
For Rent-Fourroom cottage. SG; Net
tIes house, 8 rooms, $13. Apply Mrs. E. C..
There will be preaching at Fellowship
church next Snnday, 26th inst., at 11 a. mo.
and 4 p. mn., by Rev. J. J. Meyers.
Thomas & Bradham have just received a
car of the best Mules and Horses of the
season. They can suit anyone t rota a don
key to a camel. [34-ft
Smallpox is said to be epidemic in Sum
ter county, and a few scattering cases in
the upper portion of Clarendon cour~ty.
LOST-On Sunday. 18th, between th
Baptist church and my house, ladies' gold
watch. A suitable reward will be paid for
its delivery to me. J. L. Wrz.sos.
There is a heavy criminal docket await
ing the arrival of court here next Monday
Judge Aldrich will be the presiding Judge.
Bearing down sensations, internal heat
and female weaknesses are cured by use
of Simmons Sqaaw Vine Wine or Tablets.
Sold by Dr. WV M Brockinton.
Dublin Williams. colored, sentenced at
the last session of the court for one year on
the chaingang, has been pardoned by Gov
Don't wreck a life! From girihood to
womanhood the monthly corurses should be
regulated with Simumons Squaw \'ine Wine
or 'Tablets. Sold by Dr. \\ M1 Urkton.
Judging from the number of towns that
are petitioning the Legislature to estab
lish dispensaries, the sentiment is grow
ing rapidy all over the State.-Daily (N. C.)
Mother's trusted friend, Simmons Squaw
Vine Wine or Tablets, prepare the system
for confinement, shorten labor and make
childbirth easy. Sold by Dr. WV M Brockin
The stock of goods of Mr. B. A. Johnson,
as agent, and some other personal property
were sold at auction Monday by R. M.
Strange as agent to dispose of same. The
stock of goods was bid in by str. uV. B.
Wiison ot Charleston for five hundred del
A two or three week's course of Dr. M .A
Simmons liver medicine will so regnate
the cxci etOry functions that they will o;ver
ate withont any aid v~hat,-ver. soda by Dr
WV M Brockinton.
There will be the regular services at the
Mdethodist church on Sunday, condaucted by
the pastor. Subject for the afternoon sec
tore, Life and Claraeter of Dainiel. Here
after the lecture on Sunday afternoon will
begin at five o'clock. Tihe public is cordi
A sluggish Liver causes drowsines, leth
argy and a feeling of apathy. ?r. \l A
Simmons liver medicine arouses the liver,
and cheerful energy succee ds sluggishness.
Sold by Dr. W M Brockinton.
The Secretary of State has issued a char
ter to the Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse Co.
The capital stock is to be $2,500. T1he
corporators are C. M. Mason, C. S. Land
and Dr. W. M. Brockinton, and the pur
pose of the company is to handle tobac'co
To Sweeten the breath, brighten the eye.
lear the complexion and insure the nat
nral bloom of health, use Dr. M A Simmons
liver medicine. Sold by Dr. WV M Brockin
Deputy Sheriff Gamble returned to Man
ning Sunday night from Waynesboro, Ga.
with Wade Ward andI Cornelia Bryant. both
white, ebarged with living in adoltery.
They were wanted here and tied to Geor
gia, but Sheriff Bradham located them and
secnring requisition papers f rom the gov
ernor~soon had them back here and in jail.
where they will ansao er at court.
THE Tno~s has received a letter from Mr.
S. IR. Tobias of sanford Colorado, announne
ing the death of his daughter. Mrs. Eliza
A. Whitney. M!rs. Whitney was the wife
of one of the Latter-Day Samnts preachers
and died about the 14th, of Feb. from Pheni
mnonia, after giving birth. Mr. Trobias~ and
his daughter left Clarendon county about
a year ago, and have made many friends
People in this coantry im ue tb.
have recentlv i thr' a
cold snel, ali when t
reached zero iu Manining it W:1 un
d''nted even in the experiene el eo
est citizens. Those pojp !c" bar --"1c
to Kloutike wou!d bL 'lhed to Lave
Suchl a p!!of weather. Thie coldes t dtl~
known in Ahtska the mercurv reached 2
,it .r ta below zeo.laes uorts o
Ltrri . :fftern no g t th
aid th-: I vn y tel
from Norway :i t
Stlt tiemII tO> Alask, woo 'o 0
for any such thingi as a rs--, to 1've.
ihe hifepet~ whichi hL caried
ml'v lades a'af:v over the !111S S
W;ie kr Tab', ts. Sold by Dr. \\ :1 iioci;
The Snow Catused Some Fuai.
It is proverbially said that e' cry Li r
has its sweet, but that every sWtet has as
bitter can also be atteste l by soe Of 1:
voung folks wilka got SO lnCO alure i
ot coastinug dowxn t Uch\ ke ide 1'ke I.
MId Un the sow hst wk Onl thw 1.
day (f the Sport it was learned tint t;.
owner oi te la upoli n which0 the yol.';'
pleOPIC wrt, COiatirg, an d upon whi eatS
had been plinted, was very miuc'h sl ".de'
ed at thL crowd entering upon th' land
anid slidtig down the hill witout his per
mission, as it was thought that the kats
wou:,' be daumged. It turied out filmt..ly,
however, that the snow was roo deep to
hurt the oats and they were not dama.;ed
at all, but this was not Pnown :.t the time.
When the crowd were stopped from sid
ding on thu land the report ituediatelv
becamte currtnt that ever lo1 wVho Lad
either coasted down the -ill or playel
snowball upon tLe land, whether it be a
young man, young hidy, married lady or
child, would be indicted for trespass, and
as the crowd had consisted largely of mar
ried ladies. young ladies and chiiblren, who
did not understand the natu 'f itlict
ments, the alarm became miore inteus::.
The mnagi-trate bere being one who had
taken palt in the sledding, he Conidl not
issue any papers, and it was said that the
whole party would be taken to Foreston.
The young ladies at irst thought that
only the young men would be carried in
manacles of steel before the terri tying pres
ence of Jadge iRtebbhurg at Foreston, and
avowed that they would stand by the young
meri who had given themu so much fuu,
even if it becatme necessary to go with thei
to trial at Foreston. But when they - were
informed that they too wou!d be arrested,
and that their pretty little hands also riight
have to wear a pair of double automatie
threelinked-case-ardened-nlickle-p I a t e d
bracelets, that fit up around the wrist with
Click, click,elick soufnd, then their loy:dty
for the gallunt boys Was not so greLt. 'hey
felt Ihat the tirst person who ever got a man
:nt"- trouble was a woman,* but that the boys
wo re entirely responsible for this trouble,
as the ladies would never have thought of
th s thing had it not been for the young
nizn, and that while Adam never did get
his rxvenge ack on Eve, yet some of her
.escend:ents were now catehing it. But oh,
iv' how the trouble did increase, when
they were informed that boarders at the
strange House were not indulged with such
luxur. es as fire,even in such weather; what
a contemplation it was to think that while
the law does not make lady conviets do such
heavy manual labor as digging ditches and
building causeways, yet they are supposed
to do such work as they can; for instance
sewing and patching with coarse ball
thread, cooking three ponnd corn side
loaves and washing striped clothes. Anl
what horrors came over them when consta
ble Tobias was armed with a warrant tixed
up in that hurrilike blue paper, aud went
on his round summoning eight ot the ring
leaders, four young ladies alid four young
men, to appear at the court house at 4
o'clock Saturday to stand triali ani make a
test case, to see if all the balance should be
auled up too. "Oh, it's a joke," they
cried. "But then it can't be, because that's
the deputy!' "It must be so, did you see
that blue papei?" --W'ell, if it ain't a jake',
why did the same muau sign two names on
the warrant?' "No, it must not be a joke,
because father woudni't tell a story!' "Oh,
pshaw! Ha! ha! ha!.' and the whole crow~d
would laugh a s:ickly laugh, while the court
house was being filled with old, young and
middleaged, men and boys, women arid
children. all synmpaithizing with the eight
who were arrested. and hoping tha: the
sentences would be light, as their fate
would depend also upon0 the result of this
test ease. What a re::ef it was wxhen the1
suppoud .Magistrate did not show up, and
all the names on the warrant turned (out
to be tietitionis. Hoiw much tmore pleasant
it is. instead of 'going' to jail, to) sit byv a
nue fire and tala to a young inend(?) lruim
another cunuty, or to wxrite a letter to Cub
and tell 50ona1body what i a harrow, escape
1 had fr in going to jai or to be able to
leae .\o:.dayv niorninig and pay' a vsit
wi~thout beitig boi'rd over to eourt, or teni
to take a rile in the afte.rnooni and hauv. a
~aier that nighto een i; pe ople do get sick
in the contry.
Dr. M1 A Simmons liver mei~inei by ex
pellingz !ram the body the excess of bile
anid acids, improves the assimiative pro
cesses, puoniies the blood, Tones up and
strengthens. Sold by Dr. WV M Brockin
Attention, Connor's Rifleni.
There will be a meeting of the Con
nors Mounted Rifles at this place on
Saturday, February 25, at 9 o'clock
and all members of said company are
respectfully ordered to be present as1
business of importance will be trans
acted on that day'. We will have a
drill and all memubers mlust be on
hand. Come forward, boys, and show
up in ranks, as we have had a nice
snow and I know you are willing
now to give a good dirill and to talk
over the pleasant time you have en
joyed in the cold of Monday, 13th
inst. Be sure, all members of the
Connors Mounted Riflemen to meet
at Packsville on the 25th of Feb
ruary, 1899. H. B. BATEMAN.
Packsville, S. C., Fe b. 17, 1899i.
An Enterptrising Drugis!.
Thre are fewv muefnimore wide awake and
eniterp)rising than IR. It. Loryvea, who spares
lo ains to -eculre the best of evxerthing
i his hne for his miany cuistomersi. He
nw has the valuabie au--nty for Dr. King's~
New Discovery !1r 'consumtption, c'oughs
an colds. 'This is the wo'ndertul remiedy'
that is pro lite'intg such a furor allI over the
count ryv i' ts mtany startl~ing cure' It ab
slte 'y' eures ac~ihita, bronebitis, hoarse
mss ttid. ll alffectitS o1 the throat, chest
and11 innigs. '.1a1liat above drug stoic an~d
get a1 trial bottle free' or a regular sizec for 50
cetit andi $1. Guiaranteed to cure' or price
Oyster Dmnner and Suipper.
On next Wednesday, March 1st, there
wl be a'J oyster dinner andi supper served
by the ladies of the Methodist church at
teo store formterly occupied by the Davis
Hardware Company. An etnjoya~ble time
is promised to all. The public is cordially
invited to come and partake of the fuast.
: .i'rs th ,,,.The Kiild YIu Have Alats Blgt
For Men Only.
Ladies, please skip this paragraph. It
got into our columns by mi-take and we
have asked the printer to set it upside
Bpuckle iot AnO uiaO Saie.
'he best sail'e in thle world for cuts,
bruises, sires, uileers. sadt rheum,. fever
Sres, tether, chiappled hands, chlilblainfs.
orns and ill ski n erupltioILS, andl polsitive-(ly
cures piles,or tno payt~ required. It is guar'
anteed to give pe'rfect sat~ifaction or mon-t'.'v
eun ded. lce '7u'. per beo. F"or sale b y
Letter to the Sons of ConfederaIte
An.r.on, S. C . n. :;1. 1 3.
Mv Dear Coiruradcs:
Divison. I:::t. Ias of' C , ife1-rate N
rans, I w tn to Iv a rank tnd pnL lI
withl them - di r'f t u s,:
well as, wVT" t .- Sons ofI t, rn i h
undtbitai:I atle eoni n *'the. ea. 2:
s:,ir Lt in wh ib :t i writt*::.
Toalar-- x-: t h repnii i of
Cth .- o f rt e :in to b),- ;m-ld In Chamr
le-st-in n\bi v 10th to 13th ixh rests u. on
t M: ti " tI, :l i : - a We. aI.,
; t oCcas Ion, it b , ,-; ( tlI b :ar otr
sh~e n te ok,:t .-,lmatribu1te to *!tr
t 1. l i' yi : , :.kn. 'Ihe -
.-asio <1.- .-(,: I t a ;i relrae
up n us, I . tLitmIh I:.y 'L ctk o.f wilin -
niess on our Prt th I the prepartions
for the ont:-' : ' i:t t,1 -- the guests 0 the
State they .N." fai' t receve th,- ,I
tin 'Ind c ire wich t l- have a ri4ht to
xte *IL t.I ' Thre I it bo"oves the il-AmI
Iiers of tvty (':tX p ;n thi.; division, to
ai i~ntIed..ate. s"is to salen anII :ctive
'irt1 re1 t in thi m tt--: to re vive a lin-l
litv Ierest i - on.;nz tt(Ons1; tI urge
th r L r t 'aup.; to c:) :-t
and r:nit aLt onl~c the n uild to the
Gcien. _H. r:d to this Divison;
to akst*'ps :ing t tection of dele
.-: s tov t s It no :in shoirt, to) pr-p:tre
iII every wIy t'.k a cr*itab:e appexar
anee of th diii on that otans:ou.
C.0111delb . \'vri L n i :i on of Vvte
rnis froi I:! i th obl Conftederate States
will be Ore ent in 4 ichtrlest on this graId
occasion'. The fam,- of' SotIh Caroliia's
hosp.it ha pretared tleil to expect a
wrmnes of welcome, 111ia deiimontration
of h0osptiIyitt such- as has never been
Cqu11aled in tht- Soutth. WVe cannot afford
tlIat they sh1a1llb disappointed in the least
of their ex2ectatio That we miay .c
coIpliI:ed propt:ry a.ll that lies before us,
t is ne -essary that we b-gin our work
ith' ut a momlIifent's ']ihiv. Therefore, I
call upon the ofiers of the various Camps
to tak- stIS withoult a day's delay to reor
'galizes their Camlps, if necesilry aull to do
ill that is pIssile to pit our division
in shape to dischaimre its duties as hosts
witb credit to- ourselve-. To those Sons of
Vetcnicz. who 1.) not be1org to our organi
6-aion, I mal.:e the earnest l-a that they
wi ;tI i miedliately proucteed to organize
am1ps, or else to join the caips already
,m 1. Mr. Robert A. Smyth, Comman
Aer-ini-Chief, Charlestoi, S. C.. or I will
Xd furni~ th. nec.ssary blanks, and
ivr- you lI the informiation von ask for
>n th sibj.:et of organizing Camp<, and on
:e g-neral and special objects of our or
I have an abidIni faith that I shall not
ippeal in vain 'to tLe iiii-l, the spirit of
'o'.ity and[ the loyaltv of the Sons of
Vete-'r Iis of "outh Carlina.
.M. L. Boxiai,
Coninitding S. C. Division,
U. S. C V.
II. HI. WVxiss,
Bears th The Kid You Have Always BoUg1t
List o' Jurors.
Following are the names drawNv as
urors to serve at the next term of
:ourt, beginning on the 27th day of
R L Felder, Felder's.
R L Gavle, St. Paul's.
W C Chandler, Manning.
H B Berry, Alcolu.
Frank McKnight, Davis Station.
J W Weeks, Pinewood.
J A Barfield, Seloc.
H J Haley, Jordan.
H J Wheeler, Sardinia.
J1 H T Collette, Panola.
J M1 Floyd, Seloc.
T 31 Reardon, Workman.
J A Brown,
H S Lowder,
J H Alsbrook,
A C Richardson, Jr.,
A M1 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.
J Tr Bagnal, Manning.
WV 3 Plowden, Manning.
A T Budden, Sardinia.
J W Childers, Jordan.
J J Stukes, Davis Station.
Selwyn Dingle, Summnerton.
1) .H Boykin, New Zion.
R E McFadden, Jr., Sardinia.
J A Way, Silver.
J A Gardener, St. Paul's.
C W Snyder, Manning.
Samuel Sparks. St. Paul's.
J C Bryant, Packsville.
WI H Muldrow, Wilson's.
WV N Stukes, Paeksville.
John Smith, Workman.
A L Lesesne, Silver.
H N Barwick, Packsville.
P H Broughton, Fulton.
WV N Barkley,.
J M Barrow. norkmnan.
J T Brogdon,.
J B Tindal, Mantling.
P 31 Mitchemi, Jordan.
A J Morris, New Zion.
B () Cantey, Foreston.
1) WV Brown, Pinewood.
WV T Kennedy, Seloc.
E P Gleddings, Summtzerton.
M1 A Bell, Davis Station.
S S S..one, Packsville.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of ,
Al tention, Mantng Guiards.
Manning Guards, you are hereby or
dered to aplpear at your armI~ory Saturday,
March 4. at 2 o'clock p. na. in grey uniform.
All me~iabI's mu1.st be present as thlere will
be ulnportant busine's brought before the
companly for conidetirationl.
Byv order W. M1. Lrwis,
F. C. ELnvi, 1st Lt. Capt.
A. J. Gill. Jr., Scotia, S. C., writes: I
have us-d Dr. \M A SLimIonS liver nmedi
eine in my~ failyI~ 101 years. It has cured
ii gestion1, dyspepsial, co'nsti pation, and
malny othler aitLents. Sold by Dr. WV M
A man never becomes thoroughly
depraved atd beyond the hope of re
demption, until he begins to make
excuses for attendinlg a circus.
and use Chambe~riain' e olie-, cholera antd
di trrhoca tremedy for a!! pins oif the stomi
ach and all unatural looseness of the bow
els. It always cures. For sale by Ri. Bi.
ChI:IIberlain's coutgh remledy has saved
the lives oft thousan~lds ot eroupy\ children.
It is also W wiltt anl eqlual for colds and
whooping contgh. For $.a~e by R. U. Lor
yea, druggts:. [janllay
No nsatte-r h~ow poor a man is
there mav latve been a time when be
rode in lis own carriatge-while his
niother p)ushed it along.
miars t'he The KM- You Hava Aiways Boutt
S :gL aire
Editor TiE TIMES:
The public term of Packsville
Academy closed last Friday, 17th in
Prizes were awarded to the follow
ing students: After a close contest
in the Senior department for best
spelling, the prize, a very nice geog
raphy, was awarded to Nonie Corbtr
by her teacher. She is a very bright
eyed and intelligent little girl and
deserves much credit.
In the Junior and Primary depart
inent prizes were awarded as follows:
First, Anderson Boswell; second,
May Broadway; third, conte.ted for
by Viola Mceeod and Annie May
Distinction-First, Hattie Stukes;
seconid, Partia McKnight and Wash
Broadwav: third, Nonie Broadway:
fourth, Bertha Stone, Ferdinand
Stone, Juanita McLeod,
I Writing prizes were contested for
by Anderson Boswell. Hattie Stukes,
Juanita McLeod, Cleve McLeod. Ber
tha Stone, Julian Bradham, Cleve
Primary-First, Ethel Corbett; see
ond, Essie McKnight; third, Fannie
Mell Bradhain; fourth, Lawrence
Distinction-Mattie Bradhamn, Ray
Curtis, Fannie Broadway.
Professor and Mrs. H. B. Senterfeit
will leave this morning for their
hoiue at Ridge Spring, S. C.
Dr. W. H. Reynolds paid a flying
visit to his family last week, return
ing to Cuba last Monday.
The snow was heavy here and the
freeze was "singeing," though every
thing "green" was not killed, neither
was "spirits" frozen.
We have heard of a very popular
wedding to be here on the ':9th inst.
0, it's easy to guess who.
Mrs. F.S. Geddings,with her daugh
ter and Miss Marion E. Kruse. went
to Manning Saturday.
Miss M. E. Barwick is expected to
return from her home, where she has
been at the bedside of her sick moth
er, today, and will teach again next
Is the oats crop killed?
Packsville, Feb. 18, 1899.
Mr. Editor: Please allow me space
to extend to you my sincere and
kindest thanks for your thoughtful
courtesies and consideration shown
me during my stay in your county;
also through ;our valuable paper
I wish to speak a few words of re
mnembrance to the students and as
sistant teachers -with whom it was
my pleasant privilege to be with du
ring the school term at Packsville
which closed last Friday. I only re
gret that the term was so short, and
I shall ever feel a deep interest in
their success in life, cherishing a
happy mnemory of the days spent in
their midst. To the good people of
Packsville and vi-inity with whom
it was the good pleasure of my wife
and myself to first cast anchor when
we began to sail peacefully on the
sea of wedded life; your compliment
ary expressions have caused us to
have the very kindest thoughts of
you with best wishes for your future
which will ever be cherished in our
memory, and may all who chance to
read these lines fully realize this rep
resentation: "A sheaf of wheat sus
pended near a waterfall"-plenty
with friendship, benevolence and
charity surrounded with peace and
prosperity, make and keep them
happy while we are away. Our as
sociations have been pleasant; words
are inadequate to express our regret
at parting, yet may we all meet in
that blissful eternity to part no more
is the last written expression at pres
ent to all who have been so kind to
us. Good-bye. BLONDELLE.
Ridge Spring, S. C., Feb. 20, '0.
THE TIES regrets the loss of
such a valuable correspor dent as
Blondelle. It wishes him much suc
cess wherever he may be thrown,and
hopes again some day to have some
of his valuablo communications.
An Hlonest Medicine for La$rippe.
George W. Waitt of South Gardiner, Me.,
savs: ' l have had the worst cough, cold,
c: ill and grip and have taken lots of tras~h
of no account but profit to the vendor.
(Ci;uubrlain's C2ongh Remedy is the only
thing that has lone any good whatever. I
have used one 50-eent bottle and the chills.
c'-i and grip have all left mec. I congratu
late the mannufacturers of an honest nuedi
ecne." For sale by Ri. E. Loryea, drug.
Never have fine goods sold for
lower prices than we are now maki
We invite your inspection of our
every department, which will re
v-eal to you bargains for cash that
will defy all competition.
W'e ask the privilege of selling
'yni <,n the clo'sest living naargin
the flue. styies and <qnalities that
mony en n buy in the line of
Dry Gioo ds, Shoes, Clot hing,
Iats, Caps, Ihardware,
Ful! suiply of Farmuer' Imople
u.. on hand at Rock 11-ttomi
Largai ns in1 (lotiu : never hecard
of b.-foie, :nd in fait in eer:.
thing that we keep.
inpc ho goods. eonmpare t he
prices and you must admit that we
are offering the opp)ortunity of the
Give us just one chance to make
Iyou lhappy with hxantiful goods at'
Economy, comfort and satisfac
tion goes with every purchase made
S. A. RIOBY.
fli.ii VMONEY, BACK-PAT
I [11 flUCLAIMS OF ALL
9 KINDS SOLICITED.
P .Ett'N fankido cli aamst
th(overnmenct ofi the United stales, we 1,ssess
unisurpassed facilities-knowledge, skill, expe
M!'r&t f-a Qick 'ork, Failthpd service and
.risi',ed ped()Sy qSbr(tcret. D3o not fail to
w rile to us beinre giving your ease to any one
else. I t will pay vou to do so. Information free.
Highest references given on demand.
DOYLE &r RKMAN. WASHINGTON. 0. C.
Wishes to call the attention of thi
be of interest to all who are int
Lowest Possible Cash Prices.
It will pay you to study our pri-es carefully. Even if you
never buy from us it will teach you the price of goodS and let you
know when you are getting bargains.
Five thousanl vards fine Shirting Prints at 3le per yard.
Five thousand vards fine Merrimack Shirting and Dress and
Waist Prints at 41c per yd that look very cheap at 5 and Ge per yd.
Three thousand yards of the prettiest line of Indigo Dress
Prints ever shown in this town; this is a line of Calicoes that every
housekeeper can depend on: it will not fade. Indigo dyed prints,
you know, are fast colors.
Three thousand yards of the prettiest and softest yardl-wide
Bleach Homespun ever offered in this place at Gc per yard. We
also carry an immense stock of vard-wide Fruit of the Loom at 7Tc
per yard. Also an immense line of the famous yard-wide Gilt Edge
Bleach at 5c per yard. Yard-wide Lownsdale Cambric at 10c per
It will do you good to call and see the line of yard-wide Per
cales we offer at Gec, per yd. Also a beautiful line of the finest
yard-wide Pereales made at 10c per yd.
Our line of Ladies' Black Skirt Goods is the most complete ever
shown in town. Please note the following: Black Brilliantine, 38
inches wide, 35c per yd; Black Brilliantine, 38 inches wide, 50c per
yd; Black Brilliantine, 3S inches wide, 60c per yd; fine Black Fig
ared Brilliantine, 46 inches wide, 50 and 60c per yd; fine Black
Serges for ladies' skirts, 46 inches wide, at 50 and 75c per yd. Also
a beautiful line of All-Wool Navy Blue Serge for ladies' skirts, 46
inches wide, at 50 and 75c per yd.
If a lady wants a nice All-Wool Henrietta for Mourning, we
can furnish it to her as- cheap as any house in this county. We
have Black Henrietta, 46 inches wide, at 50, 75, $1 and $1.50 per
vd. All kinds of suitable Silk Trimmings to match them.
Ladies, we wish to call your special attention to a beautiful line
of Ladies' Ready-Made Shirt Waists and we offer them at 40c each,
almost what the cloth will cost you. The Waists are most excel
lently made and are sure to fit; it will pay you to look at these
things. We only have about 200 of them now on hand.
' We EeIO
Wood's Seeds.OL S
S "Tested and True." Rai' ht ieBlai
W Xood's Seeds are Southern
a grown anld aeadapted fo "TEBS SNOETO00.
3 Southern soil and clituate.
SFor an early crop and a good
Sstand be sure to plant Wood's D 0. H AIE
SSilver Skin and Yellow Den- ~ Smetn .C
ver Onion Sets and Wood's
~ Early RoseeSeedWotatoes.ne FarsFin
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R. SIO LYBADRUGGIST. pairing, Overhauling and
SN OF THE COEN MORTAR. Repairing Boilers, Engines,
2 Care LaiGrippe or bad c~lds or et.goo
2 conghsinon day by using -MIT
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Viwe sil and guarantee these gondC. i o pod ]pig 6'hug[,
B. B. LORYEA, The Druggist. ( Fine Horseshoeing a Specialty.
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JatisOrdrngt st.st htteb iAN STH forin orJbWroTeTmsofc
public to a few facts which must
erested in First Class Goods at the
As usual, we will have in stock a large and well selected line
of fine Spring Millinery, something to suit everybody.
We regret to announce that our Miss Beckham, who has served
us so long and so well, is with us no more. We wish Miss Beckham
success in life for a more faithful and trusted person was never in
Our Millinery Department will hereafter be in charge of Miss
Lydia Coppedge, a lady who comes to us highly recommended and
who has had some eight years' experience in the millinery business.
We have every reason to hope that Miss Coppedge will fill this
place with credit to herself and satisfactory to our patrons. Ladies,
we speak for a portion of your patronage in this line, as we propose
to have our Millinery Department as attractive this season as ever.
We wish the farmers to know that we carry a large line of all
kinds of Heavy Groceries, Farmers' Supplies, and can furnish them
in bulk as cheap as any jobbing house in the country. Rice, Sugar,
Coffee, Lard, Bacon and Flour.
We have in stock several thousand pounds of Plug Tobacco and
will sell it by the box to farmers as cheap as they can buy it in
Charleston or anywhere else they may choose to buy it.
We have just gotten in ten bags of Green Coffee which we offer
in 25-pound lots and over at 10c per pound; smaller quantities at
12-c per pound. You will find this to be one of the best bargains
ever offered in this town for some time in Coffee. We also have a
very nice lot of Green Coffee on hand at 9c per pound.
Remember that we have gotten in a car of Rice Flour for feed
ing stock at 30c per bushel, cash, or two bushels of Rice Flour for
one bushel of corn in exchange. This is an excellent feed for
horses, hogs and cows.
Farmers, when you want to buy your spring supply of heavy
Groceries, give us a call; we will save you money.
JENKI SO .
Percival Manufacturing Co,
Doors, Sash and Blinds,
Meeting Street, - - CHARLESTON, S. C.
CAN'T FIND HIM!
AW THE SHOE MAN
WLSH, OF SUMTER?
He'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 inforng r fend ad the plia eneral
tae eaet funs orec eacustom ers with accurate and scientific aids to
vson. Our prices are on the "Live and Let Live" plan; hence you can,
We has iSpectacle s a Eylasse ofg al styles, grades and prices.
[I W. M. BROCKINTON.
Bonds and Mortgages,
For Sal At THE TIMnES OFFICE.