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'imL1SiES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
FFICIAL ADVERTISE MENTS.
MANNING. S. C.:
EI)'EIS1AY. AUGi. ", IlShh1. I
Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
be hereafter clianged in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
LOOK OUT FOR NEXT o
WEEK, I WILL TELL
IN THIS SPACE.
W. E. JENKINSON. ,
Miss May Wilson has returned home frcm C
an extended visit to friends at Trenton S:C.
Mr. U. R. Boger, foreman of THE TIEs, c
and his family is visiting relatives in North p
Mr. Louis Loyns and family have left ,
Mannifig to n ake their future home in o
Bird Cages at cost. Manning Hardware "
There will be a game of base ball between
Panola and Elloree, on the grounds of the
former tomorrow afternoon. Thanks for a c
Died at her Lome in Sumter county last to
Saturday in the 6StUi year of her age, Mrs.
W. W. Mood, widow of the late Rev. W. W.
Some of the Clemson College faculty c
passed through Manning last Friday after
noon on their way to Summerton to hold s
a Farmers Institute.
Anti-rust tinware, a positive guarantee t
against rust goes with each article sold at 1
Manning Hardware Co. a
The government has decided to issue b
gold certificates, not smaller than $20, and n
that being the case, it is hardly probable fi
that many of them will reach us. n
Major S. A. Durham of Marion who is n
well know to the survivors of the war be- a
tween the States, in this county, and es- N
pecially to the members of the 23rd regi- a
ment, died at his home in Marion last s
&1r. Clarence P. D'Ancona, of Chicago r
Ill, youngest brother of Miss Corrine D'An
cona, the young lady bethirothed to our s
fellow-townsman Mr. Louis Levi, was taken
sick last Friday with an acute attack of ap
pendicitis from which he died the next
There is a worm going over the county, 0
which is giving our farmers considerable U!
concern. Mr. E. D. Hodge, or Alcolu, r
brought a handfull of cotton bolis which ti
were eaten and destroyed by this pest. The a
worm eats his way through all rinds of d
vegetation that has a money value to it. C
One of our merchants, Mr. Max M. Kras
Doff recently returned from New York says,
that he had a very pleasent trip and en- t
joyed a bath while in the great metropolis. I
Mr. Krasnoff has not been feeling well "
since his return, possibly the result of y
reckless dissipation in taking a bath while
on a trip.
Go to Brockinton's for a delicious and re
freshing drink, when heated.
Bied yesterday morning at the residence I
of Mrs. Louise Huggins, in Manning~ Mrs.n
Ann F. Connors, relict of the late Col. U
Thomas N. Connors. The deceased '
was about 82 years of age; she was the only h
sister of the late Dr. John I. Ingram, and aj 0
halt sister to the late Doctor's Herman H. t
and G. Allen Hoggins. t
Always destroy the dread of becomingl a g
mother by taking Simmons' Squaw \Vine e
Wine or Tablets. Sold by Dr \V M Brock- b
There is some talk of establishing a
another paper in Manning; competition a
is the life of trade and we hope if the pro- tl
ject materializes, our competitors will be b
pleasant neighbors, and their is no reason c
why they should not be. THEE ThxES got ii
along when there was competition, and il
continues to get on without competition ce
and that too, without wearing another ',
Fruit cans 50c. per do'zen at Manning t~
We have been asked what has become of
EdGreen the New Zion correspondent ofS
T~: Tnize, and to gratify his inquiring r
friends we took the trouble to ascertain.
We learn that Ed Green is stilt alive, and
very much so; that he was married theg
early part of this year, snd the change in
his life has, we have no doubt kept him too
busi to write for the papers, but he will 1
soon be back with us again.
To prepare a girl to be a wife, and a wife ~
a mother, give her Simmons' Squaw Vine e
WVine or Tablets. Sold by Dr W 31 Brock- C
The teachers summer school begins in
Manning on the 17th inst and will continue
for one month. \We sincerely hope that C
some arrangements will be made for the tt
entertainment of the attending teachers. 11
As we understand it, these teacehers are re- p
quired to attend this summer school, an d d
as they have charge of moulding thc minds
of our children we should (do all in .our
power to make their stay here as pleasant
Simmons' Squaw Vine Wine or Ta'blets ti
are effective, elegnt to take, and produce b
no unpleasant after results. Sold by Dr
WV M Brockintoe-t
M1r. R. E. Smiley, of New Zion, a tobac
co grower of that section, called upon us
last Monday and expressed his satisfaction
with the prices he received for tobacc *n
this market. He says the "Peol-les War.
house" is one of the finest he has seen, and
he has been on the floor of a good many.
He thinks Manning is bound to become
a first-class tobacco market, having thue ad
vantage of a fine tobacco growi ng hack
country to draw from.
The sales of t:>bacco did not stop w i
the grand openilg of inst wee-k, bu' t vr
day since loads of the weed have been
placed upon the floor and the pirices are t
satisfactory. A great tuany fairmers have 1.
comie to the conclusion that it is not al-.
ways best for tobacco to be punt on thet
tioor the first day. that better prices c.an t e
obtained when there is not so much ex
citement, and there may be a good deail of
logic in the idea.
Why s a-; hot? when you can get ecolt
quick anu i asy at Brockint( n's up-)to-date ii
Herbert Eilerbe, youtigest brothei of the
late Governor Ellerbe, was killed on the
railroad track near Sellers' hist Saturday
-night. Mr. Ellerbe had been losijig slee~p
sitting up at his tobacco barns, anid while
walking from near Latta to Seiieis, it is
supposed that he sat down on the track to Iti
01y was to11n t , pitC ty m, norml o an
t- tr'in. *l \voun 'a was1'd
r h o f. .\I i n i v dt-i'i ' tim
.11r.:un1 l Mrs. 1,. Laelkamip. Elston, E
rIt: -e. 1ute C oh C'a' re Savd the
f r litl . '1 1 ht irly deadu wh
. 1;~t~n en Inn.
1'obbe(rs 4ot inl li.: or t Pintwomi
t' mt, thy ntr e the t
wteIrg Lf M 1i. H. F". SliCI, and r t'
ter m w er. ;d rs Stfactka NV wr
then, the stoe a-. Cbbn n watch an t
n.5, inocash'.l 31r~ Wit Dyson'st hons
a ts a! nd gaod bervie.t ae h-"I'et b :k
h no mone, ada avir of 'ann. A
teept was utde on the ersam nsT to
iter thea hous-e of -Mr. IZ,-be-rt Eppere n,
at their platns we-re frustrated-. - ei
the robberos has besn obtiet yet.
Have you a tof our hind on rCt- r?
7nt, you shvold have it (Idon tat
le rates ad foo n- service are of e .'
rJ. Buows:, tSurveor. iannn, . C.
We are glad to note thle expressions o
proval from taxpayers n this town o:
bat we had tousayabout the Tow n il
st weelk. Se-ve-ral taxpalv rstold uis that
ter agre wt everythging we sai, and
r to "recdi W'; n " ha i hn tx UI
rat it is a fact, non-resident property
.vers- subseribe to the paper for thet pur
>se of learning thie laws and ntiicesea
iting from the publie author; ties. .L'h
etubers of the Council would think it
ther a strange p~roceeding were thi,-s pat
r to remain ,ilent about the town. I I
e were not to puish its interest.s, thle
auncil would have a very jut . rie-vrnce:
is a bad rule which does not work botli
You can't cure dyspepsia by dieting. Eat
od, whol-tome food and plenty of it.
c dol Pspepsi Cure digests food without
d frjam the stomach, and is made to cure.
. . Ilhame. Summicuton; Dc. W. 1.
The ldie.-, of Summerton and vicinity
ie ,nterested thtmselves in the recently
tabhsi -d saIded -chool, and they will on
rida\ .:vening 11th inst give an enter
nient for its benett. They extend a
>rdial invitation to the people from all
irts of the county. Suninierton is a noted
ace for delightful Entertaintuc-nis, and
e know that all who are so fortunate to
tend will be well paid in pltasure. The
>ject of the entertainment is sufiteient to
arant a large attendance and we are gl ad
see the ladies of that community displIy
ig uch a commendable interest in the
sn. We hope. and wish for them a
Keep the stomach and bowels in good
ondition, the waste aveiui open and tree
an occasional dose of Dr 11 1 SimmIons
ver medicine. Sold by Dr W M Brochin
Rev. J. 0. Wilson, editor of the Southern
bristian Advocate, in giving his readers
2 elaborate account of the recent district
>nference, at this place, says:
"I cannot use the space necessary to de
:ribe Manning. It is a charming town.
'ide, weli-shaded streets, good pavements,
ibstantial business houses and dwellings,
d all the other accessories of a prosper
is and cultivated people. The churches
e tasteful and comfortable. Ours is a
auty, and yet our Methodist folks are
ot content, but are now enlarging and
irnising it more to their notion. It sems
arly conceded that Manning Station
mars the palm in Sumter District, and that
eans an extraordinary condition, for here
e Camden and Sumter, Magnolia Street
ission and Kershaw, and othr choirs
ortby to keep step with thes progres
ve fields. Preston Wells and his fa: ily
ave the hearts of all Manningites-inchud
ig other denominations as well as their
. Hebrews as well as Christians-and
I their recent sorrow have had tender
And it was refreshing to hear, along
ith loving words of present pastor', the
emie expressions of former preachers, Win.
EHodges and others rnnning back to the
2e who will alway s be loved with thc best,
e glorified Henry M1. MIood. Let me here
~cord the fact that the presiding elder of
us section has the hearts of preachers
id people to an uncommon degree. It is
slightful to seec how this manly leader of
od's host loves his plreachers and how
lly the-y return his affection."
Chamberlain's cough remiedy' has saved
i lives of thousands of cronpy children.
is also without an equal for colds and
hooping cough. For sale by 1R. B3. Lor
ca, druggist. [Janlay
anning as a commercial point, is be
ming better every year, an d if the peo0
le of Clarendon county will give our busi
ess men the encouragement they deserve,
e necessity to send their money abroad
ill cease altogether. Our merchants have
arned from experience, that there is only
e way to hold trade and grow as other
wns are doing, and that is by seeking
me best methods to purchase goods, andl
om markets that are imbued with a pro
essive spirit. There was ar time when
rery merchant in this town transacted his
siness independant and alone, he would
ould not have a thing in common with
is fellow-merchant and the result was that
very large portion of Clorendon's trade
ent to an unnatural market, because in
lose markets the business element did
siness on more sensible principle. A
ange has come over Mann ing, and with
the merchants pull together, each mnak
mit a strong etbort to direct the trade of this
>untv in its proper and nantural channel.
he markets of the world are thrown wide
pen to our business men, andl by pulling
gether they bring in mouch larger qjuanti
es than heretofore, and reap the benefits
the discounts and freight advantagcs. It
a common sight to go to our depot, and
te sold cars of heavy goods consigned to
ne merchant, and to see that merchant's
~presentative dividing out to the others.
his is the method employed by all pro
ressive towns and it has resuited in giv
gto the people better markets and
.eaper goods. There is no doubt about
that Mlanning is in a position to do a
.rge volume at business, if close prices
ae any infinence in that tmre ction.
atronze your county seat, things beings
palI it is to yocur interest to do so, be
nuse if you have a prosirrus county seat,
rery portion of theceoutnty reaps a beilt
The soothing and healhng piroperties 01
ste and proimpit and pernimaeut euret,
e ade it aL grieaLt favoit.e w'ith th-e pe
o everywhere. F'or sale by IL U. Lirvea.
A Suter hitd Elk.
In veterdails Itm I noticedl inarl
onm the Mlanning Tinw in whb-h it - y
ae mianing' boys whipped th - umt -r
>'s in a- gameiof a h rIecently i~ phy in
n nin. As-I was in th-iii ,
n ~t t o.lbe' anrut--- to us t1 eti
nowt the faczts as the were. n
-s,ile Sumt.n r- hdo'e of 14 year-.
xt MIaning had 1 catc--i of 21 y tr
not ''ore,' and Su-e ha line of" 1
-as, who did credit t hi''r-lf in to is
-lanin s-aid thei t '--n w'''-- -
umtmnr b)oy do such--od work If ' very
'iin ha'b-n (glianning- wi. 'it
ave been in it 24I to 1.
ti 'ake i -i >re, aft'er ain moti o f
efr 'oing - to 'ianninga' by boys\ wh io lha-I
0t tet a far gm .i \ Wetn't say antu
iing'about 31\i:: 'n-mpiras Sutea~-r
-is eard ofI uni I- fI' .
-tnum tter Item. "A K ).xii
Whenver "a kid"~ gt liiki he is a.
as ready to assi'gn a cause for *t,' but
uss Sumter kid in shauting ua -as.n
erm itted his chiagrinl to pla x lu 1" I
naginaton, and his in'.'inati--n this
me deceived himl, as we wil 1 how by
:..: n. th ~..e rn a ..e- (oJf t h itth.e
Ianin boys!v, tha i ov So nter 1n !
nt "p.y b- l-it." r by w
t X no t
iu a f tu . w : tn it gav
wu innoCent 'try 1oV a feA "a"
akin trigt. Th -1n1 when 1l-1 city cbaj
feelin' of suh.a sur nn'wur etune~ nye
m r ale lvs. Unt wInt Sunite'r .ent t
th- ib.it n t1i i:-t inning and was4 tala
d1.n :fte;- u n:t t1o wVind iti-tad 0
1 1%. 6I a. 1u bovs feit better and mustvr
p ,- c raa, W1hich braced tlwm111 ,1) up
y 1. 1,: n 1" i t11tt In i
I .ad a : ::J t a!! The tsumtter niteu
a I M t 1n tledthrow wvithont emivc o
staIm. and it oid nt take long for on
cbaps. t' isve a O f't thing. Wh n tht
.rte received thi
(k ;f the Snot, I tos. wvhethr fo
ai decsio, or fir pulling th., gail(
tbrongb an d leaving the Snmter boy alive
Dil ai>'.e to go Lomae to, '1reak the Nw
Mcither., we do not know.
Tbe followin' is a lf the Mannirl
vlayers ::nd thei aes:
Jo Dickson. 1I: Leou Waiker, 10: Billi
Barron. 1.: Everett Iseman, 14; Jake IsV
man, 12. Milton Weinberg,, 13; Shelbi
Davis, 11; Litson McLeod, 17; Oti:
DeWitt's Little iEtrlV lRisers benefit per
mant:ntly. '-y leid gentle assistance t<
tnatilre, cansing no pain or weakness, ptr
Ilaneutly curing constipation and liver ail
ments. 1). 0. Rhaune. Suminerton; Dr. W
M. ]rock:nton, Manning.
Mn3. EIToi:-Having just taken c
run through the country sight-seeing
or wore properly, crop seeing. I have
decided to give you an account o:
my trip, while I have not visited Cal
iforuia or Stake Plains of Texas; yel
you myr 1ind this of sufficient inter
est for publication if not, just consigt
it to that ever ready receptacle th<
On the morning of Aug. 10t Mrs
Graham and I set out for Panola. A
Davis Station we were joined by Ar
tbur Jones and Miss May Jones. Al
Summerton we stopped for a look a!
the Scarborough house, this is indeet
a ine house. Not much interest wai
seen from here to Lewis Chapel
where ne found a protracted meetiu
in progress; after listening to a fin(
sermon by Rev. Mason of Lynch
W. R. Davis and Co. are erecting f
ginnery and grist mill. Joe Rigb3
is also here merchandising and farm.
I saw here some as fine crops as ii
has ever been my pleasure to see
and if we are to judge from appear
ances, these are indeed a prosperou
people, after a nights rest; we agair
set out for a days ride, our host ani
Arthur Jones accompanying us. Oui
first point was Remini, here we san
lots of fine rice growing, and realll
Remini seemed of more importanc<
than my imagination had pictured it
on our way here we passed the fin(
farms and beautiful homes of the
Felders; from Itemini took the Ilivel
road for Flood's Mill. We found the
mii running, and lots of our dark
ued friends of both sexes fishing.The
scenery here was beautiful. The next
places of interest were the largi
farms, known as Big Home, Hickor:
Hill and Elm Wood. These are wel
orth seeing; the beautiful level field.
reaching for miles, containing acres
and acres of the finest land. In som<
places the road was lined on eaci
side with beautiful shade trees, but
in many places we saw the work o:
the ax, which seems to me almosl
wronz. Those old trees are almost
istoric land marks. These lands arn
cultivated almost entirely by negrdes.
At Big Home our friends left us, tak
ng a r'eturn road for home. Afte:
passing many fine places, we reachied
David Levi's store. I was surprised
o see this a pretty and growing lit
ie village. We obtained an additior
o our lunch and proceeded to St.
Paul church; here we took an hout
rest, then proceeding to Davis Cross
Roads. Here everything seemed
prosperous; from here wve went tc
Scarborough's convict farm, crossing
the old Haynesworth mill dam. Noth
ing of interest to see there,exeept the
ruins of the old- mill. We also saw
more of our friends fishing, but as
may as we saw fishing, not one fisi
did we see, but wve were told by Mr.
Wells that some very line ones could
e caught at Floods Mill. At Scar
>~roughs we saw very fine crops,
overing acres of fine land; this is
said to be among, if not the finest,
farm in the county. The convicts
seemed content, <nd I may say hal)
v, singing or wvhistling as they
orked. We made our way from there
o Davis Station,arriving home about
o'clock, p. mn.
I cannot tell the exact distance
traveled, as there were no mile posts,
The ride was enjoyed by both miyself
ad wife. The hospitality of Panola
ites cannot be beaten and we hope
to visit that section again.
J. C. GRainA.
Jordan, S. C., AugustS8, 1899.
M ke- baby '. birth quick. easy aind almos
on nliss by takinrg h~iimoli Squaw V'int
mei' or Tabl ets. Sold by Dr W 31 Jrock
)otor Speisser.ger and wife o:
(Iarleston are visiting the family o:
Dr. A. J1. Briggs, and family, o
Sunnertoli passed through towt~
this morning on their way to the
110[ i onus.
Thel Atlantie Coast Line gie at
sersion to the up country, on Au
nt 1s6thitiekets good until :ilst ins1
'at W. (1. Webb will have charg<
of the train.
Yesterday afternioou a e rashin:
SOnd,(1 issuing tronm Kendall's racket
t'(, startle~d the peop)1le in the bus
iess portioni of the town, and in
few seconds5 a great crowd gathered
to ascertain the cause. Piles of shoei
rokery, and all kinds of merchan
dise,ere found piled into a congilomi
muerated mass on the counters, and
loor of the right hand side of thn
tore; th ree show eases were smasher
aid danmage to stock was conisidera*
lie. Th'le cause of this unifortunate
accident, was the piling of too muci
stok OIn the top) shelf and the weigh1
was too miuch for the fastenings
which could not stand the strain ant
gave way. 31r. Kendall wvent to wvorl
at once, clearing away the mass 0
goods and by' this afternoon his stor,
wil be in order. The loss is estuat
ed at about N5U.
.1 ' Grinlin, Lanc.:ste-r, S C, says: For 1:
va~rs 1 have used and recommended Dr
SLCIiOni liver mecdicine to all paiinter
Stir best medicine lot' painter' colie ani
trid liver. I id it far superior to Zei)
n.s So v- 1r W MT lirckinton.
l~MauterNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspei
sia, Constipation and Indi
gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cti
Sold by Z. B. Loryea.
The Ancient Order of Hiberians i
usually whiskey straight.
A Remarkable Case.
Antioc, Miss., July 1, 1898.
I want to thank you for the great benefi
I have received from your wonderful roma
(dV, Benedicta. I was induced to try a bot
tie and it benelitcd me so much I used an
oher and I am now entirely well. Thori
is certainly no medicine like it and I cat
recominud it to all women.
Mr.s. BETTIE LANGSTOX.
Sold by 1. B. Loryea.
r _ _ . - 0- .
r The kick of a cow is not the mos
r acceptable form of milk punch.
lie Fooled the Sirgeonis.
All doctors told Rtnick Hamilton o
West Jefferson, 0., after sutrf-ring eightee
months from rectal listula, he would di<
unle-s a costly operation was performed
but he cured himself with five boxes o
Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the surest pile cur
on earth, and the best salve in the world
25 cents a box. Sold by 1t. B. Loryea
Attention, Manning uards
Headquarters Manning Guards,
Manning, S. C., August 1, 1899.
You are hereby ordered to meet at you
armory every Saturday at 4 o'clock unti
this order is changed. Bring all the gun
By order of W. M. LEwiS,
.J. C. GnAIIA', Captain.
First Sergeant. aug2-tf
Coolidge, Ky., Aug. 1, 1898.
I have been suffering with female tron
bles and was unable to get relief. I wa!
persuaded to try Benedicta and after on
month's treatment I can recommend you
remedy to suffering women.
Mrs. I. 11. Gu.rATn.
Sold by 14. B. Loryea.
The date of the county Institute, pub
lished in TiE MANNING TIMES of .July 19
has been changed by the State Superin
tcndent of Education to August 17. Teach
ers will please give us a full attendance or
the first day of the session.
L. L. W ET.Ls,
I3-4t] Co. Supt. of Education.
an1 use Chamberiain's colic, cholera an(
di irrhoea remedy for all pains of the stom
ach and all unnatural looseness of the 7sow
els. It always cures. For sale by R. B
Loryea, druggist. [janlay
Notice 10 Teachers.
To the Teachers of Clarendon County:
I have been directed by the State Super
intendent of Education to say to all teach
ers in Clarendon county that the Stat
Board of Education has made it obhgator:
upon all teachers to attend the County In
I stitute or Sumamer School; and unless the:
do attend their certificates cannot be re
newed unless they can give some satisfac
tory excuse to the State Superintenden
of 'Education for non-attendance. So i
will be seen that this power of renewinl
teachers' c.ertificatcs, as heretofore vestec
in the County Board of Education, ha
been taken away.
The County Institute will convene it
Manning on August 17th promptly at l
o'clock. W'e hope that a full attendanc<
of teachers will meet us on the first day o
L. L. WELLS,
Co. Supt. of Education.
Exacting, economical and critical buyers
included, are urgently requested to call and
examine our late arrivals of
New and Seasonable Styles
In Dress Goods of all kinds, Organdies,
Percales, Duck, Lawns, Vassar Checks,
Piques, Organdie Adalisque, Shirting
Our Notion line is complete for you
Men's and Boys' Straw and Crash Hats, th<
ltest go, from 10c up.
Our' shoe department is complete witi
the latest styles and at prices to suit the
most exacting buyers. Prices from 65c up.
Ladies' and Children's Oxfords, blaeci
and tan, to suit an d please.
Gent's Negligee Shirts, in the latest c l
ors ana styles, from 25c up. We can suit
your taste and pocket-book almost always.'
Just arrived, a beautiful line of Flowei
Pots and Jardinmeres.
Our Clothing Department is full of bar
gains for you. Come and let us show von
what we can (10 for you in this line. 11
costs nothing to look and examine.
Knives and Forks, Hatchets, Sas Chis
els, Files, Plows and numerous other arti
eles, too numerous to mention, at price.
that w ill surprise y ou. Come anid b co'n
We allow no one to undersell us in piure,
fresh goods. Our Grocery department is
stocked with the eboicest and best goodr
that money ('an buy. We niot only aim t<
keep the best, we do it.
Try us for good gonahty, honest weight
anid low~ p1ice; you will get it.
lletmembier' that we aie headquarters foi
everything l:ept in a general muerchandist
Also remiemiber that we defy competitior
and guarainten satisfaction o1 every pur
chase made of
S. A. RIOBY.
An Unsolicited Tlestfimomial.
I take pleasuire ini stating that I pur'
chaMe-l of Rt. B Lorv ea. the druggist
eraticat Pohr Fod and it provel
very bnicainr.emrov ig Cholera fron
mv'chickens, and up to tis time they havn
hen free from it, and I expect to uise th<
Poltry Food in the future.
T. J. TISDALE.
Manning. S. C.. August 4. 1899.
We'carry a full line of Internationa
Stock amnt Poultry Foiod, Heave Cure
Colic Cure, Harness Soap. etc.
Rt. B. LORTYEA,
Another Grand Forward Plovementa3
COLUBIA, S. C.
.JOHN A. RICE, PInESIDENT.
P'rices reduces nearly 25 per cent. fc
next year. Modern appointments, comi
forts 'and equipments. New intirmary
High standard in thirteen Departments
Able Faculty of specialists Best homelike
sIal andt religious influences. Closes
; personal attention to every student. Thos
i having daughters to educate can't aff'ord t.
-miss seeing the new catalogue. Sent o
Maufctre SCTT HAD VIII
Manufactures the finest Line of HOS
IERY for Gents', Ladies' and Children
known in the Southern States, and while
this Famous Line of Goods have such a
wide reputation, yet they are sold at a
popular price, namely:
10c. per Pair or Threc
Pair for 25c.
We are Sole Mill Agent for this splendid
Line of Goods in this County and we
recommend this Line of HOSIERY to our
friends as being worthy of their attention
for during our long experience in the Dry
Goods business we have never seen as
nice Line of HOSIERY offered for as little
W WISH ALSO
To impress it upon the trade that we are Agent for-tbe Famous
J. & P. Coats Spool Cotton
and we are prepared to sell it just as Cheap as' any wholesale dealer in
Charleston, New York or any where else ca the continent; try me and
As is well known our Dry Goods Department is one of the
strongest lines in our Store and we wish to announce to our friends that
we now have in Stock an immence line of all kinds of Homespuns,
Checks,' Calicos, Jeans and Dress Goods, and when the season opens
we will have in Stock the most complete Line of Dress Goods in this
part of the country and all we ask you to do is to watch our ads. from
SPECIAL SHOE SALE.
We have gone through our Shoe Stock and thrown out all odd lots
of Shoes, one two and three pair of a kind, and we are offering them at
a great sacrifice. You can get Shoes at almost any price you want.
Call and see this Line of Shoes and you will get some bargains- that
will astonish you.
50 Sacks good rice. 100 lbs., only 3 .50. per sack.
100 dozen 3 lb. can fnest Tomatoes, .'1.00 per dozen.
500 lbs. Good Coffee, 8e. per pound.
- 500 lbs. very good Coffee, 10c. per pound.
500 lbs. Best Rio Coifee. 12.3c. per pound.
25 bbls. good straight Flour, $4.00 per barrel.
25 bbls. good Family Flour, k4.25 per barrel.
25 bbls. Best Patent Flour, i,4.50 per barrel.
Bacon and Lard at the lowest cash prices.
17 lbs. Granulated Sugar for $1.00.
See our Blue Jay plug tobacco at 35e per lb.
10 Bars of the best laundry Soap for 25c.
FOUNDED IN 1845.
GAFFNEY, S. C.
This institution, famous in the history of education in South Carolina
has recently been thoroughly reorganized and now, with a large and abi
Faculty, is prep~ared to (10 college work of the very highest gradi
Nearly twenty thousand dollars have been appropriated for improvement:
A splendid new building is being erected which will contain a large Audit<
rium, a) Library, a Reading-Room, a Museumn of Natural Science, a beaut
ful hall for the Literary Society and some needed offices. The building wi
be furnished with new heating apparatus throughout, all the rooms will 12
supplied with new furniture, new pianos will be purchased, new physica
chemical and mineralogical laboratories will be equipped-in short ever'
thing that is necessary in the work of a first-class woman's college will b2
provided. The site is unequalled in South Carolina for beauty and fc
healthfulness. Limestone College makes its appeal to the people strictl
on its own merits. Literary, Scientific and Commercial Courses. The reg
ular college degrees are given by the authority of the State of South Car<
lina. An especially fine Course in Pedagogy is offered to those desiring t
become teachers. There are three departments, the College, the Seminarl
and the Primary. Let Limestone's friends and former students tell t11
news all over the South. The revered Capt. 11. P. Giriffith is the Senior Pr<
fessor. Professor Wade R. Brown, recently of Winthrop College, is the ne
Professor of Music. For further information, address the President,
.LEE DAVIS LODGE, A. M., Ph. D.
To Consumers of 1.ager Beel
The Germnia Ikei n g Comnpany,
Calson, S. C., havec made arrangemnen
with the South Carolina State authoriti
by which they are enabled to fill orde:
from consumers for shipments of beer
The any quantity at the following prices :
P:'ts, patent stopper, C0c. per dzn
ManningFour dozen Pints in crate, $2.80 per erat
Bake ry. afbarl1S.0
eExports, pints, ten dozen in barrel, $9.
-------- It wil be necessary for consumers<
Have vou called on IiERiOT, parties ordering,to state that the beer is f<
the Baker, yett If niot, do so private conismLption. We offer speci
and purchase a trial lot of rates for these sihinments. This beer
his Bread, Rolls, Cakes and n aranteed pure, m ide of the choicest ho]
Fancey Crackers, all of wvhicnh n at n s eomne yt
are gularnteedl to be fresh. rdnatad seoiiedebyt
lie also keeps ini stock the medical fraternity. Send to us for a tri
test line of Canned Gjoodhs order.
and Meats to be found in
town. Will give you special G E A N I A
bargains also in Heavy Giro
cecries. y a Your patrouage i
solicited. If fresh goods and Brewing Co0 ay
low prices availeth anything
you will call again. Charleston, S. C.
JOHN W. HERIOT, mH
In Rear of Bank. h, B, LOR YEA, ;
Prov~e aill things, hold fast that
- - - - - hich is good.
- - -Our Prescription Department
- - under the supervision of experience
~ ~ * ~ . and skilled phlarmacist; the stricte,
A I~OO l~fln 'tnmn gn to th opoudi
Elixir, Calisaya Bark & PROPRIETARY MEDICINES.
GentanR ote carr full liros of all" Propnectar
Impr1)oves thec appetite. aids diges- TURNIP SEED.
tioerare ats offMaara. W. Wood & Sons Famous Seed, testc
and1 true, In all varieties.
REAME'S DR STORE, MS SEDB .
SUMMERTON, S. C. A etaalprcs
________________________________________ We carry a full line of all goods appe:
taining~ to a wecll appointed and consplel
T C. DAYIS. Drug store, and feel satisied of our abilit
. .1TflXEY i1T L.l W, to please the public and our friends.
O ic AteNNcuIGb t.C. a e , E,~.L RY A The Drugg|
OPee laero ues y h lt.U SICtN OF THE 001.DEN MORTAR.
GO TO THE
WE LEAD IN LOW PRICES
and all Kinds of
We Under Sell all Competitors,
Come and see us. Fall Goods
are arriving daily.
le i. KEDALL,I
THE CAROLINA GROCERY COMPANY.
TEOMAS WILSON, President.
S195 East Bay - - Charleston, S. C.
Sia We Wculd 3e ild4 to Have You~ Write Uc for 1bicee, -m
Giinners and Mill Mell,
Remember when making repairs and overhauling machinery, that we.
have the best stock of Steam Fittings that has ever been brought to this.
spa lso Belting, both Rubber and Leather, which we are selling at very
s low prices. In fact, we cannot be undersold in the last articles, having
n bought when it was cheapest.
We also have Lubricating Oils at all prices.
Wood choppers, we have a spilendid axe to offer you at C0c each; also
e guaranteed Axes at 'V5c, 85c and $1.
We have the finest line of Pocket Cutlery ever shown in the county.
Also Razors and Shears.
Very truly yours,
MANNING *HARDWARE *COMPANY.
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