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PUBLISBES ALL COUNTY AND TOWS
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 189.9.
Ladies, Easter is right here unon
you and you all will want somethiLg
fresh and bright for Easter, so avoid
the rush and come at once and make
your selection. We have now in
stock the largest line of Fine Fancy
Millinery ever shown in this part of
the State and our Miss Coppedge,
who is in charge of our Millinery De
partment, is one of the most artistic
trimmers ever in our employ and we
feel fully justified in recommending
Miss Coppedge as an up-to-date mil
liner in every sense of the word. The
prettiest line of new style Sailors ever
shown in this town. Come and see
Ladies, we wish also to inform you
that we have in stock the largest and
best selected line of Spring Dry
Goods ever shown in this town. All
we want is a call from you. We
know we can please you, and better
still, we have them at prices that no
competition can possibly meet.
Cashmeres, Henriettas, Silk Skirts,
Silk Waist Ducks, Piques, White
Piques, from 10 to 25c per yard.
French Organdies, White Organdies,
two yards wide. We give away
fashion sheets and take orders for
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is herely given
that no advertisements Vill
be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
Mr. Frank Barron left this morning for
Columbus. Ga., to take a course ia a bnsi
Silver Skin and Yellow Onion Sets. R.
B. Loryea, the druggist.
A little boy the son of Mr. F. S. Geddings
of Packsville accitientally broke his leg
Brockinton has a full line of spectacles.
and can fit young or old eyes. Try him.
Mr. C. W. Kendall has returned home
from New York, where he has bought a
large spring stock.
Woods' Seed are good seed. We sell
them. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Dr. Rt. B. Loryea left yesterday morning
for Columbia to attend a meeting of the
Everybody likes good perfumery. Dr.
Brockinton has a full supply of all kinds
and can please you.
A curiosity in the shape of a cotton stalk
11 feet high was brought to thie office by
Mr. L N. ,v,..: -I' 9t. Ma:ks.
For Rent-Four-room cottage. :$6; Net
tIes house, 8 rooms, $13. Apply Mrs. E. C.
There will be preaching at Fellowship
church by Rev. J. J. Meyers next Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock and 4 o'clock in the
Woods' Southern Garden Seed are the
best for Southern planting. Just received
a full line. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
It is now thought that the Second South
Carolina Regiment will be brought to Sa
'vannah sometime next month to be mus
tered out of the service.
To restore clear skin, the bright eye, the
alert gait and sound healty, use Dr M A
Simmons' liver mnedicince. Sold by Dr W
Died last Saturday at her home at Oak
land, in the Fork, Mrs. Sallie M. Harrin,
relict of the late Hon. Arthur Harvin. The
funeral took place at the family burial
ground in the Fork Sunday afternoon.
Rob childbirth of its terrors and minim
ize the paln and dangers of labor by using
Simmons' Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets.
Sold by Dr. W M Brockinton.
Dr. W. H. Reynolds, recently returned
from Santiago, Cuba. was in Manning yes
terday~. Dr. Reynolds was an assistant
surgeon in the United States service and
resigned on account of hia health. He
thinks he will go back 'nto the service later.
Constipation of the bowels may be easily
cured by a few doses of Dr M A Simmons'
liver medicine. Sold-by Dr W M Brockin
Rev. J. A. Clifton of Sumter will deliver
a lectuare in Bethlehem chureb, near Davis
Station, on next Friday might, 17th, at 8
o'clock, in behalf of the clos.ing of the Beth
lehem school. Dr. Clifton is a noted speak
er, and it is hoped that there will be a
large attendance. A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
The curative properties, strength and ef
fect of Dr M A Simmons' liver medicine are
always the same. it cannot be equidlied.
Sold by Dr W M Brockinton.
We would bcg those of our scribers who:
are behind with their payments on THE
TnE to send us somie money as it is izi
possible for us to run the paper without
money to pay the printers and for material.
We do not want to cut off a single sub
scriber but we will be oblige to if some
whom we have beer. very lenient with do0
not pay up.
Shorten the time of Con fiuemetStrength
en mother and supply breast mile for child
by using Simmorns' Squaw Vine Wine or
Tablets. Sold bylDr W M Brockinton.
Manning is to have a new tobacco ware
house, to be known as the "People's To
bacco Warehouse." At the last meeting of
the stockholders the foilowing officers were
elected: President. R. B. Loryea; Vice
President, W. M. Brockinton; Manager, C.
M. Mason. The company will begin the
erection of the house next week and it is
proposed to give on~r tobacco planters a
good market for their produce.
No other medicine builds up and fortifies
the system against miscarriage' as well as
Simmons' Squnw Vine Wine or Table-ts.
Sold by Dr W 11 Brockintoc.
Rev. William Aiken Kelly, the yonng
Methodist minister who so mysteriously
wandered away from home, was found in
New Orleans and has returned to Sumter
to the home of his father-in-law. Dr. Clif
ton, pastor 01 the Suoter M. E. church.
Mr. Xelly is unable to account for his wan
dering off, but it is said that he has had
some financial trouble and it preyed upon
him until his mind became unhinged.
Ladies desiring a ciatented and happy
old age simculd use Simmzons' Squaw Vine,
Wine or Tablets, commencing at 40 years
old and continue during "change of life."
Sold by Dr W M Brockinton.
The barn and stables of Dr. H. L. Wil
son at Jordan were destroyed by fire last
sunday morning about 9 o'clock, and be
sides losing all of his corn and forage, his
two horses were consumed by the flames.
The fire caught from a spark from a dar
key's pipe,and when he discovered the fire,
instead of opening the stables and getting
the horses out, he ran to the house to in
form the doctor about the fire, but before
Dr. Wison could get there it was too late.
This is a severe blow to the man, there be
ing no insurance the loss is a total one.
Ftshedl cheeks, throbbing temples, nau
sea, lassitmide, lost appetite, saiow coim
plexion, pimples, blotches, are warnings.
Take Dr M A Simmons' liver medicine.
We received a communication fron
Packsville, which reflects seriously upor
the character of a man who appeared as a
witness in the case of the State vs Jobr
Lawson; we have time and again, given no
tice, that although such communications
may be signed by the writers, we could noi
publish them. We will suggest to the writ
er of said communication, that he go in
person and charge the party with what he
charges him in the paper sent us. that
would be a better plan, it would then be a
matter between two individuals and the
public would be spared.
One of the boldest thefts that has ever
occurred in this town happened last Fri.
day night. The premises of Mr. D. M.
Bradham were entered some time during
the night, and from the stable, a very short
distance from the house, a horse and a set
of harness were stolen. The thief then
went to the yard of Rev. J. 0. Gough and
stole a buggy and got away with both. It
does seem strange that a big thing like a
horse and buggy can be stolen in a town
where people are living close to each other
and people on the streets at all hours. rdv
ertheless it is true.
C: Ae C. Tr O0 3"L 3: A9.
Bears the ThK ndYouHaveAlways Bought
of _4 .
A Murderer at Large.
Florence, March 10.-The news of the
attempted assassination of Mr. Meyerkort
reached hcre late last night by a messen
ger who hurried in for a physician. Dr. F.
P. Covington went to the scene of the rob
bery and shooting and gave your corres
pondent the following statement: Mr. Niev
erkort, who runs a small store at Howie's
Crossing of the Northeastern railroad, was
in his store yesterday when Wright, a big
black brute, went in the store to sell a blue
steel pistol. He wanted V, for the pistol,
but 31eyerkort. having a Smith & Wesson,
woul-I not buy it, but offered him $1 for it.
The negro bought some cheese and crack
ers and went out.
About 9 o'clock, while Meyerkort was sit
ting in the rear of the store, having just
closed the shutters, the negro advanced
upon the steps, drawing his pistol and ex
claimed: "Now give me your money or
your life, and be d- qiick about it, too."
Meyerkort jumped up quickly and ran
to shut the door. Just as ne caught hold
of it, however, the negro fir-?d the pistol,the
ball taking effect in the back of theright
hip. the ball going clear through the bone
and dropping into t.he cavity of the stom
Meyerkort partly succeeded in shutting
the door, but a lunge against it from the
outside by the negro sprawled it open
again, throwing Meyerkort over and at the
mercy of the negro, who fired twice more.
One ball struck the second to the top but
ton on Meyerkort's vest and glanced, the
third shot missed its mark completely.
The negro then went in covering Meyer
kort with his "blue steel gun," demanded
of Mcyerkort to hand over all your money
and other valuables, -and be d- quick
about it or I will blow your d- brains out
or shoot you down. d- you."
Of course, Meyerkort being alone and
away from the hearing of any one, went
down into his cash drawer and pulled out
20 in cash, $5 in papers and a isrge silver
watch and handed them over to the ras
The negro, after getting everything Mey
erkort had, forced Meyerkort to follow him
to the door under the cover of his pistol.
He then disappeared in the darkness and
has not been seen since.
After lying in the store for some time and
growing weak from the loss of bbood Mey
erkort finally halloed for assistance, and a
negro came to his assistance. Dr. Coving
ton probed for the ball, but it could not be
Today Sheriff McLendon and a posse
went to the scene of the shooting to try if
possible to run the fellow down, but up to
this time he has not returned. The negro
who shot Meyerkort has been loafing
about here a day or two, and has been pull
ed by the city policeman for shooting on
the streets and for being drunk and dis
:rderly. He is tall, somewhat heavy, black
s he can be, wears a blue macintosh coat
and has somewhat of a swing in his gait
s he walks. He says his name is -
Meyerkort is one of two brothers who
ame to this country from Russia with Mr.
ohn S. Scott when he returned to Florence
several years ago, after having spent three
years in Russia teaching the planting and
ultivation of cotton. The Meyerkorts are
lever men, and are progressive, hard work
ers.-News and Courier.
The suspected negro reached Foreston
last Friday afternoon, and ivas ordered to
surrender by the town policeman,who is also
negro. The suspect drew a revolver and
said he would not be arrested, and run up
the railroad towards Manning; several gen
tlemen of Foreston joined in the chase to
apture the fellow, and several shots were
fired at him, but he succeeded in eluding
his followers and escaped into Junky Yard
Bay, a jungle that is equal to the Ever
glades. Later the Florence sheriff and a
posse arrived and guarded the bay all
night, but wittiout success. The fellow is
either stuck in the fastnesses of the bay or
e slipped by the guard during the night
and got away.
seats the Klondike'.
Mr. A. C. Thomas of Marysville, Tex.,
has found a more valuable discovery than
has vet been made in the Klondike. For
ears he suffered untold agony from con
sum ption, accomipanied by hemorrbages;
ma was absolutely cured by Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption, coughs
rd colds. He declares that gold is of lit
ie value in comparison with this marvel
ous cure; would have it, even if it cost a
undred dollars a bottle. Asthma, bron
chitis and all throat and lung affections are
positively cured by Dr. King's New Discov
ry for consumption. Trial bottles free at
t. B. Loryea's drug store. Regular size 50
ents and $1. Guaranteed to cure or price
Don't fail to hear President A. P. Mon
tague of Furman University March 26th at
the Baptist church. Lecture at 11:30 a. m.
Baptist Education" at 8 p.m. "Christian
Education. J. 0. GOuGH.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheumn, fever
sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains,
orns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles,or no pay required. It is guar
nteed to give perfect satisfaction or mon ey
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Loryea.
"Dont Tell Them Where You Found
The above is the name of a new song is
sued on the following incident: T'he R1ev.
Thos. Delaney, when Chaplain of a large
State Penitentiary, while passing through
the Hospital Ward wvas called to the bedside
of a dying convict. The last words of this
unfortunate youth were: "Father, I see
you do not know me, but you know me
well and my family. I will die to-night." I
:repared his soul's exit into eternity an~i
whilst his hands were clasped in mine his
last request was made: "in my dying mo
ment promise me what I will ask." I here
gave him my word; he then revealed his
parentage who thought him dead. "Now
give me your word that you will send my
body honme, but don't tell them where you
found me." I sent the body home to an
other State, but they never knew where I
found him. THE GROENE M1USIc Pratrsx
LNG Co. 32 E. Fifth Street, Cincinnati,
Ohio, will send the above song to any ad
dress for 20 cents in silver or stamps, regu
lar price 50 cents.
Attention, Manninir Guards!
You are hereby ordered to be at your ar
or Saturday, M1arch 25th, for the pur
pose of reorgabnizing and electing officers
for ensuing ye'ar. Mlembers having uni
forms who do not intend to re-enlist must
turn them in to the secretary on that date.
By order W. M1. LEwis, Capt.
F. P. Eavis, Ist Lieut. [.0-t
,The Kind You Have Always Bought
Who Is "Great Scott I"
Editor THE TImES:
In the issue of THE TImES of 1st inst.,
appeared a chuckling article apropos what
was said the week before about the snow,
and a certain four being scared up, etc.
The article would purport to have as its
authors that same four, but we hardly think.
But grant for a moment that it was theirs.
as we understand that they "mothered" it,
they are very cruel. They are in contempt
of court when they speak of a certain young
officer as "one invested with awful legal
dignity," and say that "he was particeps
criminis" in originating a supposed "dire
ful catastrophe hangin6 over the heads of
a few unsophistocated ones." Then they
go to work and accuse the temporary occu
pant of the tripod of joining in "cabalistic
plotting," and charge another, "high in
municipal aff-Lir;," with "making onslaugut
upon" their "peaceful minds." Now every
body knows that the latter gentleman al
luded to as being "high in municipal af
fairs" is an exceeding!y dignified gentle
man, and very sly and cautious. le may
have been disturbing somue of your "peace
ful minds," but sometimes such disturb
ances rebound and disturb the minds
whence they originated. We hope this is
not the case with him if he is really guilty,
or at least that it is not a "flash in the
pan." But the cruelest thing of all is the
way these four "unsophistocated" young
ladies do put it on our young limb-of-the
law friend, and speak of him as trying to
put them under durants (?) vdi. Now just
listen how they describe him: "An intrepid
youth,whose Biackstonian pinions have re
cently cut the ether in legal empyrean, was
agog," etc. He didn't do all that. Why, it
must have taken all that could be had out
of a small dictionary and then they had to
get a large one to find all that big lan
guage. Itis fortunate for those four youg
men that they wero not put in jail along
with such cruel companions if that is the
way they are to be treated.
But really, now, "unsphistocated ones,"
who was your lawyei? Why, great Scott!
nobody but a poet, a D. D., preacher or
lawyer could do such "fine writin'."
You woc't scared, eb? Well, you must
have been. We think you even went so
far as to hire a lawyer to defend you in
court, and after you found out you would
not need his services you thought you
would make him do something, so you
made him write that arti--le. The truth is,
we believe, an onslaught has been wa-le
upon the peace of tuind of all four of you
'unsophistocated ones" - one onslaught
several years ago, and the others more re
cently, and some by foreign foes. At any
rate you were disturbed when that warrant
Now own up, straight, didn't you-get a
lawyer to help you out of your trd'able? If
you didn't, then the four gentlemen de
fendants will "set 'em up" to a dozen fine
cigars to the attorney who wrote the piece
for you, and soda water to you "unsophis
tocated ones" as soon as the first fount
opens. If you truthfully say no, then sing
Tra, la, la, la.
A. R. De Fluent, editor of The Journal,
Doylestown, Ohio, suffered for a number of
years from rheumatism in his right shoul
der and side. He says: "My right arm at
times was entirely useless. I tried Cham
berlain's Pain Balm, and was surprised to
receive relief almost immediately. The
Pain Balm has been a constant companion
of mine ever sinceiand it never fails." For
sale by R. B. Loryea, druggist,
On April 21. 23, proximo in the town of
Spartanburg, the State Sunday school con
ention will meet, and a great time is ex
pected; that rising city is making great
preparations for the entertainment of dele
gates, and a large crowd will be in atten
dance. From this gathering a large dele
gation will go on to Atlanta, to attend the
International Convention on April 26 30
here will be met together the greatest light
in Sun day school work from all parts of the
world. Now there are many who would
like to enjoy these gatherings and whom
time and limited pocket-book will not per.
mit them. It would pay any Sunday school
well to send one or two of its brightest and
best teachers to Spartanburg, and pay all
their expenses, for the good they would get*
and bring back with them, and the enthu
siasm they would impart to their respective
But as this may be impracticable we can
get up a county convention in our own
ounty, and have a very pleasant and in
stutive time. Let us think the matter over,
arefully, and prayerfully, and work to that
end, and when the days are long and hot,
and the crops are laid by, and we are pre
paring for the harvest, let us gather at the
ounty seat, ana have two days of earnest
Christian co-operation for the purpose of
saving~ the children. Please let this sub
ject engage the serious attention of those
who are leaders in the Sunday schools of
Claren don county. F. F. W.
J R Hill, Packsville, S C, writes: "I have
used Dr M A Simmons' liver medicine for
dyspepsia with better results than I had
ronm a long trial of Zeilin's regulator~which
found not so good. Never had any such
good results from black draught used.
Sold by Dr W M Brockinton.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
the estate of J. R. Thames, deceased,
will present them duly attested to
A. J. RICHBOURG,
St. Paul, S. 0., March 14, 1899. [4t
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Probate 'Judge for
larendon county on April 1st, 1899, for
etters of discharge as administratrix of the
state ot William P. Peagler, deceased.
Mrns. T. L. PEAGLER.
Jordan, S. C., March 4, 1899. [36-At
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply' to the Probate Judge for
larendon county on April 1st, 1899. for
letters discharge as administratriEt of the
state of J. .J. Bovd, deceased.
KATE B. GAILLARD.
Dulants, S. C., March 1, 1899. [36-4t
I will apply to the Judge of Probate for
laren don County on the 17th day of Miarch,
899, for letters of discharge as execctor of
the estate of C. R. Boyd.
A. D. RHUAME.
Silver, S. C., February 20, 1899. [34-4t
On the 30th day of March, 1899, I will
pply to the Judge of Probate for Claren
don county for letters dismissory as guar
dian for E. Fant Epps and H. Van Epps.
J. S. EVANS.
Workman, S. C., Feb. 23, 1899. [35-4t
J. L. WILSON,
otary Public and
Will place Fire Insurance in THLE PALA
INE INSURANCE COMPANY, of En -
and and the SUN MUTAL, of New
Orleans. Also represent THE PRUDEN
TIAL Life Insurance Company of Ameri
ca, one of the strongest and best conipa
Call on me before taking out your insur
FFICE AT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE
MANNING, S. C.
Rhane's White Pine Balsam.
"THE BEST IS NONE TOO 0000."
D. 0. R H AME,
Summerton, S. C.
ring ur job Work to The Times office,
Never have fine goods 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 privilegc of selling
you on the ciosest living margin
the finest styles and qualities that
money can buy in the line of
Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Hardware,
Full supply of Farmers' Imple
ments on hand at Rock Bottom
IBargains in Clothing never beard
of before, and in fact in every
thing that we keep.
Inspect the goods, compare the
prices and you must admit that we
are offering the opportunity of the
Give us just one chance to make
you happy with beautiful goods at
Economy, comfort ad satisfac
tion goes with every purchase made
S. A. RIOBY.
:4 We Sell
I Wood's Seeds.
"Tested and True."
Wood's Seeds are Southern
grown and are adapted for c
Southern soil and climate.
For an early crop and a good
stand be sure to plant Wood's
Silver Skin and Yellow Den
ver Onion Sets and Wood's
: Early Rose Seed Potatoes.
R B. LORYEA, D0RUB66ST.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN MORTAR.
I Cure LaGrippe or bad colds or
coughs in one day by using
24 Hour l'cver Cure
Laxative Bromo Quinine.
We sell and guarantee these goods.
jR.B, OREA he Drggt
NOTICE OF SALE
Under Chattel Mort
WH E RE A S, E. CONYERS HOR
TON, by his Chattel Mortgage
earing date 28th day of September,
898, executed to W. B. Wilson to se
ure the payment of two thousand
ive hundred dollars advanced to said
. Conyers Horton by the said WV. B.
Wilson, the said indebtedness being
videnced by the promissory note of
he former to the latter, bearing even
ate with said Chattel Mortgage and
ayable on demand, with interest
hereon at the rate of eight per cent.
er annum, granted, bargained and
old unto the said W. B. Wilson: All
f the stock of goods and general
erchandise consisting of groceries.
ry goods, clothing, notions, hats,
hoes, hardware and so forth, located
~t the store in Manning, S. C., then
cupied by the said E. Conyers Hor
on in carrying on his general mer
candise business; and
Whereas demand has been duly
ade upon the said E. Conyers Hor
on for payment of the said sum of
oney, which demand has not been
omplied with, and default having
een made in the payment of the said
ndebtedness whereby the condition
f said Chattel Mortgage has been
Now, therefore, I, the said WV. B.
ilson, mortgagee, aforesaid, will, in
erson or by agent, on the seven
eenth day of March, A. D. 1899, at
leven o'clock in the forenoon, at the
aid store, in Manning aforesaid, of
fer for sale and sell at public vendue,
o the highest bidder or bidders, for
ash, all the Chattels hereinbefore
nentioned and referred to, in such
ots or parcels as may appear best
alculated to realize the highest
That the said sale will be contin
ed, adjourned and resumed from
ime to time, if necessary, until the
aid stock of general merchandise, or
o much thereof as may be necessary
o raise the full amount of said debt,
nterest and expenses of sale, is dis
osed of; the said mortgagee reserv
ng the right to resell any or all of
he said Chattels as often as may be
ecessary to insure compliance with
The said Chattel Mortgage will be
found of record in the office of the
ourt of Common Pleas for the Coun
y of Clarendon, in Book Z. Z., p)ages
3 and 64.
W. B. WILSON,
W HE N YOU COME
TO TOWN CALL AT
Which is fitted up with an
eye to the comfort of his
customers... .. ..
IN ALL STYLES,
S HAVING AND
Done with neatness and
dispatch.... .. ....
A cordial invitation
is extended. . .
J. L. WE LLS.
R. J. FRANK GEIGER,
WORTH of GOODS
TO BE SOLD
AT A CUT PRICE.
Yes, we are cutting the prices, but not the quality. If
vyou are not a cstomer of ours the prices that we are offer
ing goods at ought to make you a customer in double quick
NEW SPRING GOODS.
We haven't space to tell you much about it, but will say
the goods are here and more are coming.
The largest, daintiest, completest and the cheapest up
to-date line of Spring Goods that has ever been shown here.
That is saying a great deal, but seeing them will be convinc
Yards* of Embroidery, all widths, stylish
patterns, including Bamberg Lawn, Cambric
0 and Nainsook Sets; prices range from 1e to
25c. Such a variety at such prices never
seen here before, Real Torchon Laces and Shade Torchon
Laces and Valencine Laces.
You want to see our French Ginghams and Madras if
you want to see something beautiful. Lovely things for
Children's Dresses and Shirt Waists. Our line of Percales is
large and every piece a new pattern and guaranteed.
iWhen you mention P. K.'s you strike
the key-note of the season for ladies'
PS dresses, We haven't words and space
to describe them, but come and see.
Prices from I Oc to 30c. Big line of Skirt Goods, in Serges,
Brilliantines, Poplins, Jaquards, from 20c to 50c.
We haven't space to say much abft our Shoe and Cloth
ing department, but we have as nice a line of Shoes of every
description (any color) froni a $6 Patent Leather down to an
Oil Grain Creole at 98c.
Our line of Ladies' Shoes never was so complete; low
quarters of every kind and color. See our Ladies' White
Come and get a real nice Spring Suit for from $3 to $5,
Men's double-breasted Navy Blue, Black Serge Coats (odd)
We never think of doing as well as we did last year. It
is always to do better. Our watchword is "onward and up
ward." Your interest is ours. Come to see us.
Our milliner will be here in a few days.
C. W.. KE NDA LL,
THE l\. 'Z. R.&C .ET STOEs
Then See Us Before You Buy Your Groceries.
Just before the last advance in FLoUR we purchased 900 barrels and we can sell it
t mill price. Another thing, we will guarantee every barrel to give perfect satisfaction
for the price you pay for it. Another big item is, we will deliver it at any other station
in sumter or Clarendon county at price3 given below in 5 bairrel lots or more.
Best Fancy Pate't Flour at........$s 60RalodMlswetcoct$57grs
Best Half Patent Fancy Flour at.... 4 30 Mths
Best Straight Flour at............. 4 00GodPlra. ..... 5pegos
Best Family Flonr at............. 3 75To a es
ood Family at.................. 3 50 3l as adpcea . 0 o
Rice.2l a~ adpcea . 0 o
00 lb bags, good, at.............. 3 75CandG os
00 lb bags, best whole, at........ .. 5 00 Pte aa........ 0 o
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bushel bags, at............. .... 1 20 Aak amna.......~ o
bushel bags meal, at ..... ... . .... 1 10 Srie,10cn nes . 0cs
Starch. Sua-on bcns t lc o 5
0 lb boxes large lamp, at.......... 1 40
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GoodT Parlor,- at...... .45 pe gos
THE CROLIA GR Canne COMPANY
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The largest stock of Fine, Fancy Millinery ever
shown in Manning is now on exhibition at W. E.
Jenkinson's Millinery Department.
Ladies, you must remember that Easter is only
a little over two weeks off and you all will need that
Easter hat, so come at once and make your selection
before the stock is picked over. Our Miss Coppedge
is here and in charge of -this department. She is a
lady of long experience in the millinery business and
we feel sure she can please our lady patrons. Our'
Pattern Hats will be on exhibit by the 22d of March.
We have now in stock and daily arriving a line
of Dry Goods and Fancy Dress Goods fall worthy of
the attention of the ladies, and what is better still,
we are prepared to name closer prices on many lines
of goods from the fact that we placed orders for
spring goods early in December when cotton goods
were down at the loweet. While our competitors
were looking after the holiday trade we were looking
after the interest of our patrons and now we are able
to offer many lines of goods cheaper than our. com
petitors can buy them.
Fine Shirting Prints at 3 1-2C per yard.
The best Indigo Blue Prints at 5c per yard.
The best Bleach Homespun, 1 yard wide, 6 1-4c
10-4 Shirting at 12 1-2c per yard..
The finest line of Black Skirt Goods for ladies
ever shown in this town, from 20c to $1.50 per yd.
Two hundred Ladies' Shirt Waists, in any size,
at 40c each; also a beautiful line of Ladies' ready
made Skirts very cheap.
foeDon't tail to see our line of Dry Goods be
I oeyou buy. We have prices that you can't af
ford to miss.
We are agent for Clarendon county for Butterfek
Patterns. We do not keep the patterns in stock, but
we furnish fashion sheets every month free of charge
and any one wishing a pattern will just send us the
number and the price of the pattern and we will have
Sthe pattern sent to their postoffice address.
~ Remember we keep on hand all the time a full
line of Grocerices and Farmers' Supplies at the low
best possible cash price.
|One car of Rice- Flour at 30c per bushel. Rice
flour is great for feeding horses, hogs, cows and poul
try. We will give two bushels of rice flour for one
Sbushel of corn in exchange.
A large stock of Green Coffee at 10c per pound.
gGood Flour at $4.50 per barrel.
One thousand pounds of the famous Farmers'
Delight Plug Tobacco at 35c per pound, by the box.
.This tobacco runs five plugs to the pound and farm
ers can sell it at 10c per plug to their hands, thus.
yielding them a nice profit.
Best Laundry Starch, only 5c per pound or six
Spounds for 25c.
Black Pepper, 20c per pound or 3 pounds for 50c.