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PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING. S. C.:
WEDNESDAY. JULY 26t, 189)9.
Even In the Summer
Our store is just as attractive to
bargain hunters as Decenber. for we
are always on the lookout to attract
When you want first class Drv
Goods very cheap, don't fail to see
us. we can please you.
You wold be surprised to see the
values we are now offering in our
Millinery Department. All of our
Summer Hats are going regardless of
Seventy-five barrels fresh FamilyI
Flour just in from the mills and we I
defy competition to sell it cheaper
than we are offering it.
One thousand five hundred pounds
of Green Coffee at Si, 10 and 15c per
pound. Call and see these Coffees
and you will be surprised.
Just received ten barrels (iranu
lated Sugar which we are able to of
fer at a bargain. Call and get our
prices on Sugars and Coffees: it will
pay you whether you buy or not.
If you want an easy shave, call and
get one of our guaranteed Razors, or
if you wish a first class, guaranteed
Pocket Knife, call at our store and
you can get it, and if the Knife or
Razor does not stand we will refund
your money. Is there anything fairer
than this? Yours truly,
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is1
brought in later than Sat
Another flowing well is beng dug in the
street near Mr. Iigby&.
Wanted-One good milch cow. T. 0.
Mr. F. C. Thomas is having a neat cot
tage erected on West ]oundary sreett.
Base Bijls anid B tie. V. B. L. ya, the
Lieutenant A.-C. Davis contemplates e:
listing regularly to go to the Philippines.
Go to Brockinton's for a delicious and re
freshing drink, vhen heated.
A big black bUar was seen near Tindal's
mill a few days ago. Darkies had better
quit fishing at night.
Fresh and genuine Turnip Sved. R. B.
Loryea. the druggist.
Some improvement is being made in the
way of enlarging the alcove in rear of the
pulpit of the Methodist chareh.
New crop Turnip Seed just received Rt.
B. Loryen. the diuggist.
The Manning azd Summerton base :all
teams will play a game on the grounds of
the Manning team Tbursday afternoon 27.
Why stay b.ot? when you can get cool
quick and easy at Brockinton's up-to-date
Mr. Eugene B. Wilson, an accomplished
accountant, formerly of Charleston and
Georgetown, but now of Foreston, is spend
ing aday or two in our town.
Trhe annual catalogue of Clemson Col
lege is ready for distribution. A copy will
be sent to any address upon application to
President Hartzog, Cle-mson CUsege, S. C.
Capt. L. S. Carson of Sumter has receiv
ed an appointment to a leutenacy in the
army to go to the Phil; ppines. The ap
pointment was unexpected by Capt. Car
The dangers of a malartal atmosphere
may be averted by occasionally taking Dr
M1 A Simmons' liver n~edicine. Sold by Dr
W M1 irockinton.
Mr. Prank Harritngton's httle girl picked
up ai pair of gold spectacles a few days ago.
TLhe owner may get them by properly iden
tify same at Mr. Harrington's, 3 miles South
Convulsions, cramps, chronic female dis
eases and hysterics are cured by use of
Simmons' Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets.
Soid by Dr W M1 Brockinton.
General Stoppelbein of Summerville
spent several days of last week in Manning
to organize a camp of the Woodmen of the
World. He met with encouragemenit and
will return in a couple of weeks.
Sick headache, wind on the stomach, bil
iousness, nausea, are quickly cured by a
fe-v doses of Dr .' A Simmons' liver medi-.
eine. Sold by Dr W 31 BIrockinton'.
Died on Monday morning Jniy 2th,
about for miles from Manning, Mrs. Lily
Ridgeway, wife of Mr. J. Champ Rtidgeway.
She was '11 only a short time, and was
about 23 years of age. She leaves two chil
dren, the youngest about a year ola.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Laekamap, Elston, Mo.,
write: "One Minute Cough Cure saved the
life of our little boy when nearly dead with
eroup." D. 0. Rthame, Summerton; Dr.
W. M1. Br..ckinton, Mannin'.
Taz Tutzs editor left Tuesday morning!
tor Hariis Lithia Springs, to attend the an
nual meeting of the State Press Association
He was accompanied by Mrs. Appeit and
little McLaurin. who will remain 'at the
Springs some weeks for Mrs. Appelt's ben
To arouse a dormant liver and sccre
permanent regularity of the bowels. uise Dr
M A Simmons' liver medicine. Sold by Dr
W 31 Brockinton.
A competitive examination for scholar
slips from tbis county in the Wi nitop
Normal College was held Friday and s:'t
young ladies stood for the places. The
papers had to be forwarded to Rtock Hill to
be canvassed and the result will be an
You can't cure dyspepsia 'oy dieting. Eat
good, wholesome food and plenty of :t.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests food withoat
aid trom the stomach, and is made to care.
D. 0. Rhame, Suaierton; Dc. W. M.
Mr. J. Manning Lee of the Fork section
sent us a very pretty sample of tobacco!
lugs, beautifully cured by 3.r. P. D. Car
ter. TIhe sample so attracted the attention
of a gentleman from Sumimerville that he
asked us for it that he inay ,how it to the
far mers of his section.
Reinove causes of imeistrutal suppr
sions, exaggerations andl irregularities. by
taking siinZIs', -tjinaw Vine Wmeo. or j b
jets. Sold by Dr \u M Urockinton.
The teachers insuttate which was to hav e
begun here Aug. 2n i has been postponed
by the State Superintendent ot Education
until Aug. 17th. No teacher in the coin
iv should miss atteudling this Instituta
the State is giving them a great privile
and at no expense for tuitton
DeWitt's Little Early Rtisers benetit per
mamently. They lend gent> assistanc~e to
nature. causing no pain, or weaknc- per
iaanently, curing constpationl and liv a
ments. 1). 0. Rthame, Sumtiiton; Dr. V.
M1. Brockinton. Manng
It will be of interest to the friends of Mr.
W. Thompson Wilder, one of Manning's
boys, to know something 0f him. In a
letter to a friend a flow days ago he states
that he is not longer in the army, bnt has a'
government pesitioni at Iloilo. He is board
ing officer of the port. nis business beitng
to board and inspect the credentials of all
irannin; an d .ievile bal teams play
ed on the Maning goun last Friday.
The weather mu.st have bcen too het for thec
bovs to run around the b anid iake
:uany score,. The Junevil. toys only ran
around the diamond nine times and tie
Manning boys :.ot tired afrc- tievy had ran
around twenty t.ight times. ThI onil cr
ror was made on both sl!s, by cIlling it a
S Our stiabi n fth- tir tI y
tOmS Cae.1 :t C're it
with I, fe-w doses t" Dr .M A -immnons ' livr
tue,1ein. S Id b Dr W M 1Urockiuton.
loence !-a.s lno postmaster iln ti
rson of .J.bu' . ,W'on, r.:e'ntl
appoi nt-,d. If Florence a t.. hta 1,i
publican potmt r orced on b:-r Inyhow
s ,e ought to c'ngratubate 1erself th h i
probab'y thie b-tt ont- in the xmuiy
I H. has bee w o. t:i at-r befort n 1.1!s
oilee well. Hie is ai contierabl prayirty
owner and does not anpire to anytin- iik'
social egrality wi th hiera
'it miiht Luve boen hif litt
cough hadn't been nb.eet - te sal.
r iLction of tl.e-nii- of snumptives.
One Minute Cough Cure 'uret caught it-l
colds. 1). 0. RhLume. sumitton; Dr. W.
M. 1Brockintou, Manning.
There is n,-a sbjt upa which young
America i.; more detned than initri
Mony. when two young hearts have wonted
-tgainst the will of the old falks. "AUl is
far in war and love" goes the saying, an:
tLis was the opinion of voiug Frank Jen
nns of Packsville and Miss Malmie Cu
licks of Manning, aged about seventeen
and eighteen. as they took time by the fore
lock last Sunday, and outwitting the de
signs of all oljectung folks rep.aired rapi
v to the presence of Jude il:chbourg of
Packsvi.le, and putting :dl troubles and
hstacle bVhind, were unitied, according
to the statues in such cases made and pro
"We hav' sold uniny diti'rent cough r-im
tin tha Chamb a' gays Mr.Charle
Ho'zhaue-r drut, w N. J. "It is
per'cly safe anud can be r'it upon in tll
cases of cougs, cols or ho rseness. Sd
by R. B. Lorya rai
A -,rrettv Canta'a entizlel --a 1).,y in the
Woo u' rersEtnUt d in thT Instr int
Lesa iiht I'0r ',t- b n t : the0 Eli
aorth Urpha e at C lu:ba. it was
eOtti1CSe( larg'elv U" oeubrs of the M:th
.1it Sunday School, with ats.itauce Iro:u
he other Sunday scLool,' and iuder the
ind and -tI!lfient management of Miss
Jesse M1eLea 'aas quit' a succes. M he
stage presentedI a tore-t lik e ap;peara'ice,
ind the criw1 r ' l and children had an
easy and n0rvy tin pickricking aid sing
ng songs aniong te tr et and tlowers.
ihere wvere too many wlo did well for
them all to receive special mention, but
two Uttle tots, little Joe Haill and I-la Urad
am played their parts SO SWeetlV that it iS
not itjustier to the rest to make -pedcal
nantion of them. Tile entertainment was
well attended and when it was over soie
refreshments were sold. the whole proceeds
Ltting the t:eat sum of nearly fif'ty dollars.
To cure depression of spirits, falling of
the womb and weakness ot back usual to
hange of i:fe. take Sinainoin Sqnaw \'ine
Wine or Tablets. Sol b-y Dr W M Brock
The tobacco season is on. Tae first
grand opening sale of the People's Tobacco
Warehouse will taae place next Wedne
day, A:gust :2nd, and a big opening i'. ex
peeted. There will be plenty of baers.
representitig the best =anua-ctur'r a::d
tobacco concerns in North Carolina rid
Virginia, and tobacco seller' will be suro to
get the highest prices tha: ar prevailing on
that day. Free dtinner is to b. se-rved' to
all sellers and a big day is expected. It is
hoped that farmers from ill parts oF the
ounty will be on hand that day and each
one bring a load of his beste weed, so that
he first day's sale will not only be a suc
ess, but will induce all buyers who are
bere that day to remain and others to come.
Manager ~Charles M. Mason is the right
an in the rigbt phice to make the new
varehouse a success, atnd he is delighted
with the prospects of a line sea-on and
good prices. We hope to see Manning one
f the best tobacco nmrkz'ts in the State
his fall, an I with two large and well
quipped warehous, each with a full
force of experienced tobacco handlers, we
re satistied that farmers in this and a i
oing counties can find no better place to
ome to sell their crops. Not only is this
te case, but after they have sold, there is
o better place for themn to hay goods.
Manning has a number of up-to-date miner
hants who have realized that in order to
keep in the front ranks of their profession
tey have, fir-t. to keep the goods that the
farers nred, and in the next place, sell
hem at prices that cannot be b aten any
where. 60 that wheni all tnhis are con
sidered there is no use in any of ouir famners
unting other markets to sul1 their~ produce
in, or of shipping it to foreign mar'kets on
We hope that Maening will be crowded
ith tobacco sellers next \Wednesd"', as
hey are asnured of good treatmient and a
oyal big time att the first big sale at the
Bismiarck's ironx Nerve
Was the result of his splendid hiealths.
ndomitamblo;will and trenw'ndous energy
rc not found where stomacb, liver, hid-l
evs and bowels are out of order. If you
ant these qualities tind the suicess they
ring, u~o Dr. King's New Life Pills. Tiiey
evvlop every po(wcr of brain ail hotdy.
Uniy 25e at 11. B. Lorye s' drug stor-r. 0
T1he District Conferenve of the Sumtecr
District will convene in the Methodi't
hurch here tonight 'in I be in sesion dur
ing the remainder of this wee'k. The open
ing sermon will be preac~hedl Wednsdam;
night by Rev. J .Thoim~as Pate, D. D., of
The mornins and :Jr.rnoonus will be d[
voted t:> bustines.s '.es on, ad there will
>e preachbtng 'ah u'.i at 11 io'clock
and ait night.
Quite a numbe ir of di" istgmsbed mi uis
ers will be in aitterni.ce ilnp0 tii con r
ne, and BS:hop Daniean wV. be .:-r the
latter part of the waek andg prohbably 'pr-ch
Snda tatning.r 'Dr. J.\ A. ice, prsi
i-tt cc the. C itolubia Feu"' Colle"', lIr.
John 0. Wil.soa, edior of i th. - itern
Christian Alvocate, I iY V- a'ill,
uperi0nteden of tuo lpwrh Crphe'
al i'r4. Juhn . C inksa --s of W\ ITurd
al eg', wili . ce to repr.-""-n thei re
petive' interest', "nd, as ill thes c-'en tie
en are able s.p"akers, there re .ou ..ai
ddresses in -toet ' f or tose wh ' atnd th
-onference. Most of these. ' .ires.ee Xi
'rably come in Fiday an 1 ", rday
Amonrm the visit'or- wh ti ' is hop''d il
be lwre are three vener:bie si';s' in Meth
-disma who a"" muchl beloved by all whI o
knc'a tht , Doc'tors Sam l L .iuder of
Wiiau'ten "F'""le Coller.C O A. Daly
omnt Sa.muel A.i Webbr
T1he bustoc--. session oa'f ths cont er
ces arc very''t in."stng, as stme stiong
debates ofte come- up whichi re alcul it '
oenighten th' puople eni i" ort'at ed':
ational, mis.inary. and ihrch' oubj~cts.
All st.-osons of coir.e, are~ pbl e and' it i
ot etedl that the confer'i nce w'i be larg'ely
Ce::~ge y., Aug. 1, l-1..
I have' hli-n sufrn ith te::nie trot
bles and was unai ti g.t rulhef. 1 yas
persuaded to try I-n!' lit andl after o
month's treat''ent I ian recommilendl your
reedy' to sufrin w \.*i n.
'J1:i mL 1. Gr.OrATr.
Sold by 1i. B. Lory.
TiOe date of the" countyt Ins.Otitt, ]iub
is'cId 0 in TH ' 'at".N 'TI.ti:a of -101 1ix ,
has been chan ci '~ thea' Stat" Superin
tende'nt of Education to Au'utt 17. 'Teach
r will 'hae- gv sa::i ottenda~nee on
th fir-st day of th- .: .eU!r.
~:t t~' c. st. IL Ec'.n:O,
E[itrr 'Il ur TvtFA:
It h:ving tc- rume; ore'd th-ct the People '
Tobao%') Wart1.J,::- . cir z, et,-A with otLher
wrhue.or that, th- mnagaement of
otho ier *c' ware -ut h'av initere--ts in our
comipany. I dc-sire to snitA that the People's
Tobacc Warho , i. a roporate and
distinct Corn ration, ow' . and contro!kd
Lv '-rt' n m : . that there is
n > ec'-cto wt-vr--tween' the- Peo
ole an n th, C warehous.; T ofn
s-euri n:': the hs ru for the tobacco
producer. ci to adIvanic th very b-st in
t-rvi- of th- pf !f Clar-ndin and ad
j'in e ni-, tin r to do so we
iprop'.. t' .'''us :-rlate f.:Ines and hm
.\ n1l1nidelliie of Dirrhoea.
beiam' alo r an.trt Dirh e a t-dy
I 1 1 O i I J
ie say V ' al '- . 1- w - it 10) toothers
auti v t t '; ei t '-icine thev
.ver u d . Satle' by IV1. 1-. L e, dru
Sla,-n-; of Water.
Cam deni. July 21, s a. xu.-Ileight
of Wateree rive r, . feet, being a
fall of 2-10 of a foot during past 2-1
July 2. S a. im.-Height of Wat
eree riiver, 4.. feet, being a fall of
1-10 of a foot during past 24 hours.
Columbia, July 21. 4 a. im.-Height
of Congaree river, 1-10 of a foot, be
ing a rise of 1-I) of a foot during past
July 24., s .1 u.-Height of Conga
ree river, 0.0 feet, being a rise of
2-10 a foot durii- past 24 hours.
St. stephen's, July 21. 8 a. i.
Height of Santee river, 0.0 feet, be
ing afall of 2-10 of a foot during past
July 21, 8 a. m.-Height of Santee
river. 1.0 foor, being a rise of 5-10 of
a foot during past 21 hours.
Ale graid, but skin eruptions rob life of
Sjo-y. 1;Ueltlen ' Arniea Salve cnares theni,
also0 ld runnicng and ftvver sores, ulcers,
boi . felons. corL-i, wtris, cuts. bruises,
eI . ile cur on eari-th. Drive.s it pains
1n; a-hes. lv 25- a bcx. Cir- aLoar
ne So1 .by by R. D. Loryea, drug
It is the little things that count
I especially when they come as twins
A iseasd s toInnitch surelv undermines
he-alh I dulls the br.in, kill- energy,
destroys the nervous system 'tnd predis
pose to insanity andi fatad diseases. All
I lyspkptic troubb-s are qu c cureI by
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It has cured
thousands ot ca~ces and is curing them
every day. Its ingredierntsi are sui-h that it
c Can't n,-lp c'urinii. D. 0. Riame, -Smm'ner
ton; Dr. W. . Broekinton, Manning.
U, Military Academy.
Oice of Chairinaii Board of Visitors,
Char.-son, 8. C. July 1, 1:99.
Ono vaouey in Btencticiary Cadetship in
the South Carolina v iiiary Academy ex
ists it this, Clarindon county. Blinks for
apTi.iention for p--imit to erte-r competitive
examicnaton. with shit givin necessary
inforinaziti. can ;e obtained from the re
spi-etive county si perfintenilnts of educa
tioni. All applicationD, fully and clearly
miade out, umt be~ i' n the hands of the
Chairmoan by~ the 1 t day o~f August.
(. . GADSDEN,
11 3t] 0 Chirmai~n 1D-ar-d of Visitors.
Packvi lie lHidl Schoo].
PACKSVILLE, S. C.,
Will offer better advantages for boys
and girls next session thatn ever be
Next session begins Thursday, Sep
temaber 28, 1>09.
S. E. SMITH.
.Just received a big stock of Wood's
Turnip Seed-all varieties.
Wods Seeds are Tested and True,
If you would have a good stand
and a sure crop) of Tnip~s lbe sure to
purchiase your seed from us.
R, B,1LOYE DRGGST
SICN CF THE 001.DER MORTAR.
Complete line of Base Balls and
R. B. LORYEA, The Druggist
The Prudential ILife Insurance Co.
Is-tues uip-to-date Life Policy.
The Palatine and Suf Fire is. Campanies.
There are none better.
Also HEALTH AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
~aInsure Against Sickness.
.9vayar. p ays .jc> weekly indemnity.
J. L. WILSON, arning, S. C.
u. H o -ar s I
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Mouding and Building
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Sash Weights and1( Cords and
Window and fancy Glass a Specialty.
YPROsy CRED with v- .etale,
1)6~) ~ -dies .c av cured
I i~many th us md ca-es
enl-- cu.- pess. In ten
days at least two-thiriN uf al sympom'fs remouv
id. Teimoiii niats and TEL' DAYs treatmoent free.
planters CUBAN OIL cures
P~lanterCuts, Brns, Bruises,Rheu
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
Sol 1y i. D. Lorvca.
Exacting. economical and critical buvers
inelnded, are urgentlyiv requested to call and
ex: mine our late arri vals of
New and Seasonable Styles
In Dres Goods of all kinds, Organdies.
Percales, Dnek, Lawns, Vassar Checks,
Piques, O.riralie Adaliscyze, Shirting
Outir N t:ou line is eomiplete for yon.
\Ien's and ovs' Str-w and Crash Hats, the
1itet o.' 10e I I up.
Oar shoe departnwnt is complete with
the Lit-st stvlc anid at prices to suit the
most c::acting hnvers. Prices rrom G5c up.
Ladies' and Children's Oxfords, black
:-:i tan. to sait and please.
Gent's Negligte Shirts, in the latest c l
ors and styles, from 25c up. We can suit
vouir taste and pocket-dook almost always.
.lust arrived. a beautiful ine 'of Flower
Pots and Jardinres.
our C:othing Departuent is full of bar
gains for you. 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, Fi!es, Plows and nume'rous other arti
cles, too nuuerous to mention, at prices
that will surprise you. Come and be cn
We allow no one to undersell us in pure,
fresh goods. Our Grocery department is
stocked with the choiecst and best goods
that money can buy. We not only aim to
keep the best, we do it.
Try us for goon quality, honest weight
and low price: you wiii get it.
Renieiber that we arc headquarters for
everything kept in a general merchandise I
Also remeniber that we dlefy competition
and guarantee satisfactioin of every pur
chase muade' of
S. A. RIGBY.'
NO OLD STOCK
Is now in position to offer to the trade
Brand New Goods at
Rock Bottom Prices.
lHe asks that the public call in person
and examine his stock, consisting of
Duck ini all Shades & Colors
Piques in all shades & colors
In tact we keep everything in the Dry
Goods line. All we ask i~s to comre and see
for yourself. If guality and low prnices
will sell goods we are satislied we can sell
you. We miake
Goods and Shoes
We have used every effort to buy the lat
est styles, at the very lowest price, and if
you nied at ything in that line it will pay
ou to look at my~ goods before bnyinrg.
We haive the biggest
Bargains in Clothing
ever brought to this town.
Our stock of
is of the best quality. We carry a large as
sortent in that line at prices that cannot
l,000 cakes Unil'ls Eve Soalp, two cakes
1000 cakles Octagon Soap, 4e cake.
5001 (:akie Maigic Clean en, 1 1-lb (cakes, six
4i10 pkgs Gold D~ust, 5c pkg.
11:0 pkgs Gold D)ust, 4 lbs to pkg, %50.
Ground Black Pepper, 4-lb p)hg, 5e.
Gol1d Bind Ilamis, strictly No. 1, 12.'.: hb.j
best Corn Starch, per'pkg, ;le.
lD-t Luitup Starch, 5e lb, six lbs for 25c.
Grood Flour-, t9.00 per barrel.
Larce assortinient of Coffees and Tobacco,
Can Gos, etc., at pices to suit the hard
The ladies of Clarendon are invited to visit
myx rcillineiry parlors, where they will have
an opportun'iti of selecting from a beautiful
line of Hats. The very latest designs.
Every attention is given to styles.
Mly stock con sists of
And All the Latest Trurrnminxi.
Miss S. E. McDONALD,
SUMTER, S. C.
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER,
MANNING, S. 0.
OSEPH F. RAE
A2 T(JREY AT LAW,
MANITNG_ S. (.
For Something That Will Benefit Our Customers.
We have by special arrangement secured the agency for the famous
Harvin Mill Factory Hose for Gents, Ladies, Misses, and Children. It would
be a loss of space for us to dwell upon the excellency of these goods. Suf
fice it to say that during my long experience in the dry goods business I
have never found a better line of Hosiery for the same money. By this
special arrangement we are enabled to offer these goods to the trade at a
closer price than they have ever been offered before, namely, 10c per pair
or three pair for 25c.
J, & P, Coas' Spool Cottonr
We have also been fortunate in securing the agency for the J. & P.
Coats Spool Cotton and are able to offer it to the trade as cheap as any job
ber in the United States.
Prices That Must Interest You.
75 barrels fine Family Flour, fresh from the mills at from $3.75 to $5 per
5,000 pounds Bacon at the lowest possible cash prices.
500 pounds splendid grade Green Coffee at 8Jc per pound.
500 pounds of the best Coffee ever offered in this town at 10e per pound.
500 pounds of the best-Coffee offered on the market at 12tc per pound.
We also have some astonishing bargains to offer in all classes of Dry
Call and see us and we will convince you of the values we offer.
We are not making much fuss over what we have to sell, but we know
our prices will speak for themselves.
We have a job lot of very fine Axes which we are offering at less than
they can be bought at wholesale-60c for a nice, first class Axe.
A large line of-Table Cutlery, Knives, Forks and Spoons, very cheap.
A large line of Pocket Knives, Razors and Scissors which we give you a
written guarantee with every Knife, Razor or pair of Scissors you buy and
will give you your money back if the goods are not as represented.
If you want an easy shave, call and get one of our guaranteed Razors
and you will be pleased.
Our line of guaranteed Pocket Cutlery is the finest ever shown in this
W. E. JENKINSON.,
FOUNDED IN 1845.
GAFFNEY, S. C.
This institution, famous in the history of education in South Carolina,
has recently been thoroughly reorganized and nowv, with a large and able
Faculty, is prepared to do college work of the very highest grade.
Nearly twenty thousand dollars have been appropriated for improvements.
A splendid new building is being erected which will contain a large Audito
rium, a Library. a ReadingRoom, a Museum~ of Natural Science, a beauti
ful hall for the Literary Society and some needed offices. The building will
be furnisned with new heating apparatus throughout, all the rooms will be
supplied with new furniture, newv pianos will be purchased, new physical,
chemical and mineralogical laboratories will be equipped-in short every
thing that is necessary in the work of a first-class woman's college will be
provided. The site is unequalled in South Carolina for beauty and for
healthfulness. Limestone College makes its appeal to the people strictly
on its own merits. Literary, Scientific and Commercial Courses. The reg
uar college degrees are given by the authority of the State of South Caro
lina. An especially fine Course in Pedagogy is offered to those desiring to
become teachers. There are three departments, the College, the Seminary,
and the Primary. Let Limestone's friends and former students tell the
news all over the South. The revered Capt. H1. P. Giriffith is the Senior Pro
fessor. Professor Wade R. Brown, recently of Winthrop College, is the new
Professor of Music. For further information, address the President,
LEE DAVIS LODGE, A. M., Ph. D.
ToConsumers of L.ager Beer:
The Germania Brewing Company, of
n C Charleston, 8. C., have made arrangements
r --.. :. -. .a - -w- .3.%.wiheSouth Carolina State authorities
by which they arc enabled to fill orders
The from consumers for shipments of beer in
The .. ~any quantity at the following prices:
Have you called on IIERIOT, prisodrn~osat httebe-i o
the Baker, yet? If not, (10 soprvtecspio.W ofrseia
and purchlase a trial lot of rtsfrt!s hpet.Ti eri
his Bread, Rolls, Cakes and ,m~tc
Fancy Crackers, all of whlich lidCothchietop
are guaranteed to be fresh. admladi eoicddb h
lie also keeps in stock the mciciIt-nt.Sdtosfratil
best line of Canned Goods o1r
soliited Iffres godsa Quarer-kg Comnany
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partier ordBank. OU COMetattEberifo
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Preareain at s in Heavyde.o
ceries. (a Your paronageS.
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JOHNNH W, HEERITT
MANNIN, S. . ___Charleston,_____. __C.
001cc lately iscuiittby the lateaB
Eeliro, als. ar Brin Aou J oborkt1NeTG fie
899l BOSOLIDROCK. -89
Yes. the Book tells us that a house built i
on sand soon crumbles and falls, but one built 3
E upon Solid Rock stands all storms, cyclones
8 and blizzards.
Just so in the mercantile arena. The
business that is founded on solid principles, e 3
and Spot Cash, i
Know no competition, keep goods eternally on
the move, lead in low prices. Never follow .
or imitate, don't wait for some one else to cut E
The people who come for miles and miles
say we are the talk of the county.
Best Values for Least Money.
We believe in short profits. and in doing
=S the volume of business.
Just think of it, a man with $10 can buy
100 yards of good Calico, 2 pair Men's Work 0
Shoes, 2 pair Ladies' Dress Shoes, 2 pair Chil
dren's Shoes, 20 yards good Pants Cloth. 2
=S= Men's Shirts. 2 Ladies' Hats, 2 Men's Hats, 2
8 Children's Caps, 1 large Trunk, 3 pair Towels,
8 20 pieces Tinware, 1. Paper Needles, 1 Paper B
Pins, 1 box Ball Thread, 1 Lamp, 2 pair Sus- N
- penders. 10 yards Bed Tick, 6 large Spoons, E
6 small Spoons and 3 Cakes Soap.
We have hundreds of bargains for you.
3 Now, if you have any money at all bring it to
us and let us show you HOW MUCH we will
(give you for it. The goods are here and must
a go, as we want to make room for our enormous
3 Fall Stock.
Again, come and see us, and we will treat
Yours for best values,
NY. RACKET STORE.g
Coftee, Sug~IdCaedi Gooli
40 bags good Rio Coffee at 7 1-2c per lb.
20 bags good Rio Coffee at 8c per lb.
20 bags good Rio Coffeeat 10c per lb.
50 barrels Stan<|ard g.anulated Sugar, by the barrel. at
5.00 per lb.
100 boxes Tobitc~df 28, 3() and 36c per lb.
400 doz. 3-lb. cans hand-packed Tomatoes at 90c per doz.
50 doz. 2-lb. cans hand-packed Tomnatoes at 70c per doz.
50 doz. 3-lb. cans California Peaches at $1.60 a doz.
50 'doz. cans extra fine California Peaches at $2.50 a doz.
40 doz. 3-lb. cans Yellow Peaches, good syrup, at $1.40
3-lb. cans Pie Peaches at $1.10 a doz.
2-lb. cans good Sugar Corn at $1.10 a doz.
2-lb. cans fancy Maine Corn at $1.35 a doz.
Cigars, Cheroots and Cigarettes at factory prices.
Matches at less than New York prices.
See us before you buy.
CROSS WELL & CO.,
str7rMTa~. S. o.
THE CAROLINA GROCERY COMPANY,
THOM~AS WILSON, President.
195 East Bay - - Charleston, S. C.
TH!S SPACE BELONGS