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PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1899.
That are offered on our Remnant
Counter. Nice Lawns at 2;c per
Gent's Negligee Shirts at 25c
each, worth 50c.
Gent's nice Straw Hats at 20c
each, well worth 50c.
Great values in Remnants of
Tobacco Barn Thermometers at
20c and 25c each.
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
Rev. P. B. Wells left yesterday for Green
R. C. Horton, Jr., next to postoffice, can
please you with ice cold drints.
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook and children have
gone to Pacolet for the summer.
To Rent-A nice five-room cottage. Ap
ply to A. 1. Barron. [5-tf
Mr. J. H. Williams the railroad agent is
off on a -isit to relatives in Illinois.
Brockinton has a full line of spectacles.
and can fit young or old eyes. Try him.
Mr. C. L. Cuttino a recently made "limb
of the law" is in attendance upon the
Attention, Baseball Clubs. Full line of
Baseballs and Bats. R. B. Loryea, the
Died last Thursday morning, an un
named infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
E. C. Horton. Jr., invites you to drink at
his soda fount, next to postoffice. A full
line of delicious syrups.
Mrs. Hattie C. Ingram of Sumter was vis
iting relatives in Manning and left for her
home this morning.
During a thunder and lightning storm
yesterday near Brewington, Elsie Evans,
colored, was killed.
Everybody likes good perfumery. Dr.
Brockinton has a full supply of all kinds
and can please you.
Rev. Simeon Hyde of Charleston will
preach in the Baptist church next Sunday
morning and evening.
There will be an ice cream festival Fri
day evening from 7 to 11 p. m. at Eddie
Horton's soda water parlor.
Quite a number from Manning attended
the closing exercises of the JordIan Acade
my last Monday night.
We are informed that an oil mill for Man
ning is an assured fact; application for a
a charter is about to be izade.
Rev. J. 0. Gough and wife are visiting
at Wake Forest, N. C. Mr. Gough~ writes us
that he is gettlng a delightful :est.
Joseph H. Earle, a son of the late Sena
tor J. H. Earle, has stood an examination
and won a West Point appointment.
For that tired feeling peculiar to spring,
takhe Allan's Extract of Sarsaparilla with
Yellow Dock. $1 a bottle. R. B. Loryea,
It is Judge Benet's intention, as soon as
he winds uip his tour of the courts to go to
ScotlaD,3, his native home on a visit. Bon
voyage, your Honor.
Bearing-down pains indicate displae
iment of womb. Curable quickly by using
Simmons' squaw Vine or Tablets. Sold by
Dr W. M1 Brockinton.
The attention of Supervisor Owens has
betti called to the condition of Brewington
bridge and be promised to give it his im
Pimples, boils and other humors appear
when the blood gets impure. The best
re medy is Dr M A Simmons liver medicine.
Sold by Dr WV M Brockinton.
The pupils of the Collegiate Institute
will have a basket picnic at .\r. Baker's
grove, near Tindal's Mill, tomorrow. All
are invited to go and help them out.
If "out of sorts," cross and peevish, take
Dr M1 A Simmons' liver medicine. Cheer
fulness will returo and life acquires new
zest. Sold by Dr W 3M Brockinton.
We are requested to announce that Rev.
J. J. Meyers will preach at Fellowship next
Sunday. Preaching at 11 a. in., Sunday
school at 3:30 p. m. and preaching again at
4 o'clock p. m. The public is invited.
Suicide by poison is not more censura
ble than by refusal to cure yourself of fe
male troubles with Simmons' Squaw Vine
Wine or Tablets. Sold by Dr W M1 Brock
Mr. Lawrence 31. Ridgeway, one of Clar
endon's former citizens; died in Charles
ton last Thursday. in the 8sd year of his
age. Mr. Ridgeway had been living with
a son in Charleston for the past ten years
and in the latter years of his life he was an
invalhd. The body was irnterred in the
family burying ground near Fore!ston Fri
I consider it no~t only a pleasurze but a
duty I owe to ary neighbors to tell about
the wonderful cure effected in miy case by
the timely use of Chamberlain's colic, chol
era and diarrhoea remedy I waIs taken
very bad]'v with and Procured a bottle of
this remeadv. A tew doses of it effected a
permanent cure. I take pleasure in rec
ommending it to others suffering from
that dreadful disease.-J. W. Lynch, Dorr,
W. Va. This remedy is sold by Rl. B. Lor
In his charge to :he grand jury, Judge
Bent emphiasized the necessity for Claren
dIon having a new court house and jail, and
all that he said was true, bu we do not see
the urgency for a new oourt honse, the pre
sent one is good enough until we can af
ford better. It would be nice to have an
imposing structure on our beauti ful square.
but we cannot afford it. we are poor and
our taxes are high, and we can only con
sent to such imxprovements as are absolute
ly necessary. A new jail is a crying neces
sity, no civilized community should be
enursed with such a trap as we have, an ef
fort to get the people to consent to build a
new jail, resulted in an ignominious defeat.
A new jail must be had humanity demands
it, and if Clarendon can this year shake off
her debt as we earnestly hope she will,
steps will be taken to rid the people of the
disgraceful hulk now in use, and which
must impair the health of those untortu
:- "reatures that are incarcerated within
A few of our enterprising citizens are se
riously considering the bonding of the
town for the purpose of giving us so: e sort
of tire protection in the shape of water
works, and also to give us a better system
of lights. An electric light plant and water
works will be a great thing for the town,
even if it does cost money, but what im
provements can there be without the cost
of none%? There was a time when the
farmer plowed his land with the crude
plows made from the forests. An improved
plan was introduced which cost money, but
then the larmer saw the benefit of the im
provement and abandoned his primeval
plow; today our fields are being cultivated
by the most modern methods and it is
found to be economy in the end. Just so
must it be with our municipal develop
ment. There was a time when a system of
water works would have been an expensive
luxury; that was when we had fewer houses.
but today we are so thickly settled that a
modern system of water works could save
from destruction in one fire, property
in an amount to cover the cost
of the works. It does not take a very
large tire to burn up thousands of
dollars worth of property and as we are
now, we are helpless, but with a good s s
tem of water works we will have something
to make us feel secure, besides the saving
in insurance premiums. Let us have water
works, electric lights, factories and every
thing else that will put little Manning in
the progressive procession.
The ancients believed that rheumatism
was the work of a demon within a man.
Anv one who has had an attack of sciatic
or inflammatory rheumatism will agree
that the infliction is demoniac enough to
warrant the belief. It has never been
claimed that Chamberlain's Pain Balm
would caL out demons, but it will cure
rheumatisiu, and hundreds bear testimony
to the truth of this statement. One appli
cation relieves the pain and this quick re
lief which it affords is alone worta many
times its cost. For sale by It. B. Loryea,
The spring term began here last Monday
morning with his honor Judge W. C. Benet
on the bench. Solicitor Wilson and Ste
nographer Parrot at their respective posts;
after the court had been called to order, it
was ascertained that the grand jury was
"shy" three members, and Messrs. J. W.
Touchbeiry. W. P. Gardner, and Aaron
Weinberg were drawn to fill the gap.
Judge Benet charged the grand jury in a
clear and instructive manner, and he laid
much stress upon the need of a new court
house and jail, after which the grand jury
retired, and as a result of their investiga
tions the following true bills were returned:
Ben Lumpkin and Gus Collins, house
breaking and larceny.
Lily Momes, murder.
Jacob Griffin, burglary and larceny.
William Muldrow and Judge Hankins,
burglary and larceny of live stock.
John Bethea pleaded guilty to the charge
of larcenv of live stock and was sentenced
to IS months on the chaingang.
The case against Ben Lumpkin and Gus
Collins, for breaking into Mr. S. A. Rigby's
store, resulted in the acquittal of Collins
and the conviction of Lumpkin, who was
sentenced to five years and one month in
the State penitentiary.
Jake Griffin consented to a verdict of
guilty of housebreaking and larceny and
was sentenced to two years on the chain
gang. This chap broke into the kitchen
of Mr. J. W. Weeks at Pinewood.
The last case before going to press was
against Lily Moses, charged with murder.
The main witness for the State, a colored
woman swore all sorts of ways and finally
acknowledged that she had lied, was or
dered detained in the custody of the sheriff
to be indicted for perjury.
Jury found Lily Moses guilty of man
slaughter with a recommendation of mercy.
Her counsel gave notice of a motion for a
'The following is the grand jury's pre
PESENTMIENT OF THE GRAND JURY.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COrNTY Or CLARENDON.
Court of General Sessions-May rerm,
To His Honor W. C. Benet, Judge Presid
Having acted upon alt bills of indictment
handed us from the Solicitor, we have de
ided not to piolong our labors at this
term, and to postpone making examaina
tions for the present; in order that our in
vestigations may be made in a business
like manner, we have appointed a. commit
tee of three members of our body, who at a
time before the next sitting of the court,
will come to the court house to investigate
all matters of public concern, and espe
cially those matters so well and ably point
ed out in your Honor's charge to us.
There has recently escaped from the
county chaingang two desperate criminals,
William Dixon and William Davis, and
from information gathered from the county
newspaper and from other sources, we are
satisfied that those in charge of the said
chaingang were wantonly careless in per
mitting said c~nvicts to escape. the guards
did not use that precaution the public
have a right to demand of their paid offi
cers. We therefore recommend as a pun
ishment for this provoking carelessness,
that no part of the expense for the recap
ture of the aforesaid ese-aped prisoners, be
paid out of the county tre-tsury.
It is with much pleasure we note the ef
forts that are being made in several sec
tions of the county to provide better school
ing opportunities for the children of the
county, and although we have no jurisdic
tion in the matter, we desire in a official
capacity and as citizens and taxpayers, to
express our hearty approval, and express
the hope that it will not be long before a.
special tax will be levied in every school
district, that our chila~ren may reap the
benefits of a substential education.
A. MI. BRAILSroaD,
MIay 30th, 1899.
M1anning has now a fine prospect for a
graded school, only one more step is to be
taken and the thing has been accomplished.
Yesterday afternoon a large majority of
the qualified voters of the newv school dis.
trict met in the court house to decide
whether or not they would vote themselves
a special levy. Some opposition to the
scheme was present, but before the meet
ing was called to order it was evident that
those favoring the special levy were in the
majority. Captain D. J. Bradham called
the meeting to order and Prof. E. J. Brown
was Secretary. In announcing the object,
of the meeting chairman Bradham made a
report from a committee appointed at a,
former meeting to ascertain the amount of
property, the number of votes and what
amount of levy it would require for the
school. This report showedl a property
valution of S400.000, 3SG polls, and that a
4 mil; levy would raise about $3000; it was
also ascertained that the new district only
had 92 persens qualitie I to vote under the
law. Rev. Jame~s MicDoa'ell addressed the
audience on the importance of the project
and in a very earnest manner advocated
the voting of the levy. After some more
discussion, more in the nature of inquir
ies,or precaution to avoid mistakes, a ballot
was talken which resultedI in the special
levy of four mills being carried by avote
of 46 to 14.
After this gratifying result,it was decided
that at the election to be held on the order
of the trustees to con firmi the action of the
meeting. trustees for the graded school
would also be voted for. This coming elec
tion is the most important step yet to be
taken. The peo:>le should not make ainy
mistake in the selection of the trustees, for
it is upon the wisdom of this selection
whetber or not the school will accomplish
the result dlesired. ihese school trustees
should not be selected from denominational
or personal favoritism, but they should be
selected solely for their requisite qualifica
tions to further the interests of the school
and make it such a success that even the
present opposition will admit their mistake
in opposing the project. The school will
cost the taxpayers about a third more in
taxes, and they have a right to expect and
it is but just that they should have the
school governed by competent trustees,
men who would scorn to use the position
to gratify their personal likes or dislikes.
The men to be selected should be devoid
of narrow-mindedness and they should
have the necessary qualifications to select
Children's Pay.i. -n 3ummerton.
Editor THE TIMES:
Children's Day was celebrated in
Sunmerton on Sunday last in a most
fitting and beautiful way. A service
arranged specially for the occasion
was rendered by sixty of the schol
ars, representing the different Sun
day schools of the place, and was
what is known as a "Light Service,"
illustrated by an object lesson.
A service of song opened the meet
ing and an address of welcome was
beautifully rendered by Miss Lala
Sublet. The little folks, each bear
ing a "brick" prepared for the pur
pose, and having on it in large let
ters the name of a book in the Bible,
built a light house about three (3)
feet high; as each brick was placed
in position a descriptive verse from
that book in the Bible was recited by
the bearer of the brick. On its com
pletion a beautiful lantern hand
somely illuminated and having trans
parent the name "Jesus" was placed
on the top, thus making a beautiful
and impressive object lesson of
"Christ the light of the world." A
very pleasant address was well deliv
ered by Master Walter Felder. The
singing of a quartette of little girls
of the song, "Jesus Bids Us Shine,"
was among the most attractive feat
ures of the service. The chorus sing
ing was very fine, and a good offer
ing was taken for foreign missions.
Rev. A. T. Dunlap, pastor of the
Methodist church was present and
assisted in the exercises.
Pleasant messages were received
from Rev. M. A. Connor, pastor of
the Baptist church and Rev. J. C.
Bailey, Jr., pastor of the Presbyte
rian church, regretting not being
with us. A very large and attentive
audience was much pleased and the
whole service went off without a
hitch. Miss Mabel Cantey, who had
just returned from a visit to Charles
ton, presided at the organ. W.
Comes from Dr. C. B. Cargile of Washita,
I. T. He writes: "Four bottles of Electric
Bitters has cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula,
which had caused her great suffering for
years. Terrible sores would break out on
her head and face, and the best doctors
could give no help: but her cure is com
plete and her health is excellent." This
shows what thousands have proved-that
Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier
known. It's the supreme remedy for ec
zema. tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and
running sores. It stimulateis liver, kid
neys and bowels, expels poisons, helps di
gestion, builds up the strength. Ouly 50
-ents. Sold by R. B. Loryea, druggist.
Men always bow to fate; but not
as a matter of courtesy.
Coolidge, Ky., Aug. 1, 1898.
I have been suffering with female trou
bles and was unable to get relief. I was
persuaded to try Benedicta and after one
month's treatment I can recommend your
remedy to suffering women.
Ma~s. I. R. GIIu.EETu.
Sold by R. B. Loryea.
Cold comfort comes in small chunks
when the iceman serves it.
Be= the The Kind You Have Always Bought
Dissolution of Copartnership.
March 26th, 1898, the firm of Stack
Bros., doing a general mercantile
business at Pinewood, S. C., was dis
solved by mutual consent of A. G.
Stack and the undersigned. I am in
no way connected with said firm.
N. C. STACK.
Pinewood, S. C., May 22, 1899. [4-3t
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of
he voters of School District No. 9, Claren
on County, South Carolina, was held on
he 30th day of May, A. D. 1899, at 4:30
>'clock p. m. at the court house in Man
ing, S. C., and at the said meeting a ma
ority of the qualified voters present voted
o levy a special annual tax of four mills
pon the taxable property in said school
listrict for school purposes to supplement
he constitional and other taxes for the
An election will be ordered by the un
fersigned trustees of said district after the
xpiration of ten days from the date
D. M. BRIADHAMI,
P. B. MO UZON,
J. R. SPROTT,
School Trustees School District No. 9,
larendon County, South Carolina.
May 31, 1899. [5-2t
The examinations for the award of
acant scholarshios in Winthrop Col
ege and for the admission of new
students will be held at the county
:ourt house on Friday, July 21st, at
i a. m.
Applicants must not be less than
ifteen years of age.
When scholarships are vacated af
er July 21st, they will be awarded to
hose making the highest a :erage at
The cost of attendance, including
oard, furnished room, heat, light
nd washing is only $.50 per month.
For further information and a cat
PRES. D. B. JOHNSON,
5-3t] Rock Hill, S. C.
Bank of Manning,
MANNINO, 8. 0.
Ttausacts a general banking busi
Prompt and special attention given
o depositors residing out of town.
All collections have prompt atten
Business hours from 9 a. mi. to 3
. LEVI, Cashier.
I:oARD OF iRlECToBS.
Y LEvi, J. W. McLEOD,
V& E. B3nows, S. M1. NzxSEN,
OsEPH SPROTT, A. LEVI.
r. s. wuLsoN. w. c. DT..ANT.
Allorneys~ and Counselors at Law,
MANNING S. C.
JOSEPH F. RHAME,
A7TORYEY AT LAW,
MA NNING, S. C.
gi4arNUIAN TEA cures Dyspep
EIWBs sia, Constipation and Indi
gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts.
Sold by R. 1O. Loreva.
Exacting, economical and critical buyers
included, are urgently requested to call and
exriuine our late arrivals of
New and Seasonable Styles
In Dress Good:; of all kin.]s, Organdies.
Percales, Duck, Lawns, Vassar Checks,
Piques, Org'.ndie Adilisque, Shirting
Our Notion line is complete for you.
Men's and Boys' Straw arnl Crash Hats, tbe
latest go. from 10c up.
Our shot- department is complete with
the latest styles and at prices to suit the
most exacting buyers. Prices from (5c lp.
Ladies' and Children's Oxfords, black
and tan, to suit and please.
Gent's Negligee Shirts, in the latest c l
ors and styles, from 25c up. We can suit
your taste and pocket-book almost always.
Just arrived, a beantiful line of Flower
Pots and Jardinicres.
Our Clothing Department is full of bar
gains for von. Come and let us show you
what we can do for you in this line. it
costs nothing to look and examine.
Knives and Forks, Hatchets, Saws, Chis
els, Files, Plows and numerous other arti
les, too numerous to nicntion, at prices
that will surprise you. Come and be c.m
We allow no one to undersell us in pure,
fresh goods. Our Grocery department is
tocked with the choicest and best goods
that money can buy. We not only aim to
keep the best, we do it.
Try us for good quality, honest weight
and low price; you will get it.
Remember that we are headquarters for
everything kept in a general merchandise
Also remember that we defy competition
ind guarantee satisfaction of every pur
hase made of
S. A. RIGBY.
The baseball season has arrived
nd we have just received a complete
BASEBALLS AND BATS.
All styles and prices. Call and
make your selection.
R. B. LORYEA, The Druggist
SICN OF THE COLDEN MORTAR.
C~1~l ith 1 o6(a#e Of Iron
Makes weak people strong. The
&reat Nerve Tonic and System Ren
Price, $1.00 a Bottle.
For sale by
R. B. LORYEA, The Druggist
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN MORTAR.
Eave you called on HERIOT,
the Baker, yet? If not, do so
and p~urchase a trial lot of
his Bread, Rolls, Cakes and
Fancy Crackers, all of which
are guaranteed to be fresh.
He also keeps in stock the
b~est line of Canned Goods
and Meats to be found in
town. WVill give you special
bargains also in Heavy Giro
ceries. a a Your patronage is
solicited, If fresh goods and
low prices availeth anything
you will call again.
JOHN W. HERIOT
In Rear of Bank.
The ladies of Clatren don are invited to visit
nv millinery ptarlors, where they will have
Ln oppOrtun~ity of selecting trom a beautiful
ie of Hats. T1he very' latest designs.
vry attention is givenc to tyles.
.v stock consists of
And .11l the Latest T1rimimins.
Eiss S. E. McDONALD,
SUMT ER, S. C.
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
M~oulding and Building
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
Sash Weights and Cords and
Window and Fancy Glass a Specialty.
Is to sacrifice every article at an Extremely Low Price and get
the money that is tied up in so large a stock. By reading the
prices given below will convince you that we propose to do that.
We offer you the following goods at prices named until they
are all sold:
A large lot of Cashmeres and Henriettas at New York cost.
I Organdies, all shades and colors............... 5c and up.
3 Scotch Lawns.... .......... ................... 3e and up.
Calicoes. ................................... ... 3c and up.
Duck, i'n all shades and colors............... to 10c.
Check Homespun.......... .................... 12c to 5c.
White and Red Damask Table Cloth.......... 22c to 75c.
cAgood 3-inch Bleach..........................4lc to Sc.
Table Oil Cloth............ ............. 15c.
A splendid Spool Cotton, 200 yards to spool, as
good as Coats' 2 spools................. 5c.
We have the most complete line of Shoes in town. You can
buy from us a good Brogan, solid bottom, at only 85c.
Ladies' Slippers, from 40c to $2.50.
Children's Shoes. all sizes and prices.
We only ask you to come and inspect our immense stock of
Clothing to convince you that, for the cash, we are offering the
best values in Clothing that the people of Clarendon have ever
A nice Spring Suit.................... ..... .........$3 50
A Grey Flannel W ool Suit.. .........................4 00
A Blue Flannel W ool Suit............................ 3 85
A good Wool Suit. . ........................... .. 2 00
Bring the boys with you, we can fit them at any age and give
you a good Suit from 50c up.
We can actually down New York on Shirts. All sizes.
A good Outing Shirt........ .................. ..... 121a
A good Negligee Shirt.... .............. ..... ..... 18 c
A sp.andid full size Shirt ............................. .35 c
A Full Dress Shirt, sold elsewhere at $1.25; we only
ask ..................................... ......... 75
We have just opened up our Spring Hats and can give you as
low prices as anyone. Come and see them.
Odds and Ends.
A 10-piece Chamber Set................$1 95 and up.
A 3-piece W ater Set........ ................. 75
A good 8-day Clock.............. ......1 50
Warner's and R. & G. Corsets at prices never as low before.
Men's Drawers..................................15c and up.
Our line of Groceries is complete and we can make you prices
to suit the hard times.
We are agent for Ballard's Obelisk Flour and always keep a
fresh supply on hand.
A good barrel of Flour.............................. $4 00
Cock Robin Tobacco, 35c by single pound, or 32c in 10-pound
Fine Coffee. ............................. 10c pound.
Bring us the cash and we will satisfy you before you leave
Sj. W. MoL EOD.
Filavorite Trading Place.D
ONE PRICE TO ALL
AND THAT IS THE LOWEST PRICE.
F. C. CORSETSI
ARTISTIC BU ON
~'~n~ths And You Will
....Wear No Other.
NEW ESTFcPigs 35 48 4o 9.
KAL.AMAZOO CORSET CO,
You may wear one of our 98c Corsets four weeks and
Wen return it and get your muoney back if you are not pleased
,ith it and don't hesitate about it. either.
'Watch this space next week.
C. W. KENDALL,
THEl= R ACKET STORE.
It matters not what other people say or what great offers they hold out -
to you.to capture your trade, all we ask of you is to
Get Our Prices Before You Buy.
We carry the largest stock of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Clothing and
Ladies' Fine Dress Goods and Millinery of any house in this town and we
>ffer them at prices that no competition can meet and we wish to impress
,his upon the public. When you see an article advertised above our name
you can count on getting that article at that price.
The largest and most complete line of White Goods ever shown in this
:own, with a beautiful line of Laces and Embroideries to trim them with.
Just received a large and beautiful line of White French Val. Laces to
rim our fine White Goods with.
All grades of Fine White India Lawns from 9e to 15c per yard.
The prettiest line of White Goods in Stripes and Bars ever shown in
his town from 5 to 25c per yard. If you need White Goods, don't fail to
ee our line, for we have the goods and prices that will please you.
It will do any lady good to see the great values we offer in Handker
,hiefs. Twenty-five dozen Ladies' White Embroidered Handkerchiefs at
Oc, 15c and 25c each.
Twenty-five dozen Colored Border Ladies' Handkerchiefs. from 3 to 5e
Twenty-five dozen Gent's Fast Colored Border Handkerchiefs, 19x19
nches, best Cambric, at 5c each, or six for 25e. This handkerchief is sold
n many places at 10c each. You should see this great bargain in Handker
,hiefs, as we regard it one of the greatest values ever offered in the Hand
PARASOLS & UMBRELLAS.
A large lot of Ladies' 26-inch Parasols which we ojer at 27c each.
A large line of Gent's 28-inch Steel Rod CrookedY Handle Umbrellas at
About twenty-five dozen Ladies' and Gent's Umbrellas in Silk and
oorsted, at any price you want, from 25c to $3.50 each.
ed s a
Five dozen Boys' nice Fancy Straw Hats at 7c each that are sold every
vhere at 15c each. A large line of Gent's Straw Hats at 25c each that looks
rery cheap at 35 and 40c; to see them is to buy them.
A large line of Field Hats, 20 inches wide, for shading off the sun.
smaller Field Hats for the boys.
Ladies', Skirts and Waists.
I don't care what other people may say about their skirts and waists,
rou come and see our Skirts and Waists and you will agree with me that
hey are the cheapest in this part of the country.
Nice 1. st Colored Waists, elegantly made, only 25c each. A large line
f Percale Waists that sells in many places for 75c and $1, we oi y ask 50e
or them. Black Brilliantine Skirts, nicely trimmed and bound in Velvet,
nly $1.75 that will sell for $2.50 easily.
Remnant Bargain .Counter.
Don't fail to call at our Remnant Bargain Counter, for
)f this Counter we have nothing but Record Breaking
Bargrains. There is no fake about this, for on this counter
A large lot of Paris Green for killing insects on tobacco, only 25c per
>ound. Also have the guns for applying the same.
W. E. JENKINSON.
For io Days Only.
7 lbs. Standard Granulated Sugar for......... ........$1 00
6 Bags good Green Rio Coffee, at...... ................... 71c per lb.
1"Choice " " " ".................... 8c " "
7 " Fancy "'' "................. ....10e
0 " Laguyra Coffee, at........ .............. ........... 9e c
80 dozen 3-lb. Cans Hand-Packed Tomatoes...... .......... 90c per doz.
.30 2 21b. " ' " " .... ...... 75c " "
.5 " 3-lb. Cans Best Okra and Tomatoes....... ........1 35 " "
00 " Cans Alaska Salmon........... .......,............ 95c " "
2 " "Columbia River Salmon..................... 140 " "
~,000 lbs. Medium Good Rice.................... ..... ..... Sic per lb.
LO 40-lb. Boxes Large Lump Starch......................... Sic " "
0 dozen Cans Sweet Sugar Corn......................... .1 00 per doz.
0 " " Fancy Maine " ........... ... ...1 20" "
0" 3-lb. Cans Yellow Table Peaches.... .............1 40 " "
0 " 2-lb. "' "' " "............... 1 00" "
0 "' 3-lb. " California Table Peaches ............... 2 75 " "
" " "Heinz' Baked Beans with Tomato Sauce.. 18e per can
2 " Tumblers Pure Jelly............................ . 90cper doz.
.i-lh. Bars Good Soap................. .. ............ ..... 5e
Jams and Preserves, Catsups and Pickles at unknown prices.
Lots of other goods will be sold at COST price during this Sale, on
tccount of moving into our NEW STORE, on the corner of Main and Re
>ublican streets, next door to Schwartz Bros.
We make these prices FOR CASH for 10 days ONLY. No goods charged
Lt these Cut Prices. All of above goods are fresh.
CROSS WELL & Co
THE CHEAP CASH GROCERS,
soYMTEIa. . . s. o.
rilE CAROLINA GROCERY COMPANY,
TEOMAS WILSON, President.
1.95 East Bay - - Charleston, S. C.
er W~e Wedu1 He E1a e Have You Wite Us for 1bicen -e
Percival Manufacturing Co.,
Doors, Sash and Blinds,
Meeting Street, - - CHARLESTON, S. C.