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111ItI.ISIIES ALL COUNTYAi)T\'
M A NNING, . C.:
WieDNESDAY AU.i.1, 1tt
Notice is hereLy given
that no advert isenents will
be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy i
brought in later than Sat
Farmers we call your special atten
tion to the following articles as the
cotton picking season is now at hand
and many of you in distant parts will
need sueh supplies to let out to cot
ton pickers. Splendid grade green
coffee at Sets per lb. very nice grade
rice at jte per lb. splendid flour at
$4.00 per bbl. a nice flour at 3.50 per
bbl.50caddies of the famous wild duck
plug Tobacco at 3c per lb. this is
undoubtedly one of the greatest
sellers in plug tobacco we have ever
offered to the trade.
We have just got in five thousand
pounds choice while sides which we
offer to the trade much cheaper than
thev can buv the same meat in Char
leston, now this sounds big. but if
you give me a trial I will prove it to
you. We get meat and flour by the
car, and we sell it just as cheap as it
can be bought inl Charleston. We
carry the largest and inost complete
line of dry goods of any house in this
town, and we are prepared to name
close prices on dry goods and shoes
than any house in this town.
W. E. JENKINSON.
The town police have been supplied with
Mr. J. Harry Lesesne has accepted a po
sition in the store of the Est. of M. Lev:.
Mr. Plimer Clark who is now working
in Charleston spent last Monday in town.
Miss Virginia Fischer of Charleston is in
Manning visiting the family of Mr. A. 11.
Fresh turnip se-d, at Rhame's drug store.
Dr. Walter Brow., of Annis-ou, Ala., is
in Manning on a visit to his biother, Dr.
W. E. B3rown.
Ho! for a good time. Take advantage of
the excursion to the --Isle of Palms" on
Mr. Lucius Harvin has returned honie
from Baltimore, where he has been attend
ing a business college.
Mr. Tommie Tisdale, of Packsvillie has
moved to Eastover where he will engage in
the mercantile business.
Miss Mollie Avant left this morning for
New York to get all the new fall styles for
Kendall's millinery parlor.
During an electric storm last Friday af
ternoon, lightning struck a large oak in
the yard of Rev. James McDowell.
With every pair of shoes you buy of Kt n
dall's Racket store from $1.25 up, you get
P pac ce of glass ware fully worth 25cts.
Bird Cages at cost. \lanning Hardware
Summerton and Elloree played a match
game of ballahst Friday which resulted in
a score of 20 to 6 in favor of Summnerton.
Go to Brockinton's for a delicious and re
freshing drink, when heated.
Married last Wednesday even ing,by Rev.
W. A. Pitts, at the residence of the bride,
at Jordan, Mr. John June and Mrs.
The first cotton on this market reached
here last Friday; one bale went to S. A.
Rigby for which he paid 52 and the other
went to J. W. McLeod.
A matrimonial cyclone struck Jordan
last Sunday evening, and when it passed
ovec, it was ascertained that two charming
widows had been carried away.
Fresh Rutabaga seed,Rhbame's drug .,tore.
Mannin'g has a wholesale grocery estab
lishment which we have no doubt will be a
great convenience as well as a tine busines'
investment. It will be a chartered institu
The sermon preached last Sunday morn
ing in the presibyterian church by Rev. G.
A. Blackburn of Columbia, was a strong
presentation of his subject, and .L master
piece of oratory.
Fruit cans 50c. per dozen at Man ning
Married last Sunday evening, at the
residence of Mr. C. R. Sprott, at Jordan,
by Rev. W. A. Pitts, Mr. John D. Gerald,
of Camden. and Mrs. Trifosa Few, widowed
daughter of Hon. C. 3L. Davis, of Davis.
Why stay bot? when you can get cool
quick and easy at Brockinton's up-to-date
Mr. Lucius C. Roach, traffie manager for
the Charleston Consolidated .tailway Gas,
and Electric Co., was in town yesterday, im
the interest of the excursion to the Isle o1
Palms on September 5th,which is advertis
ed in another column.
Make baby's birth qu ick, easy and almos1
painless by taking Simmons' Squaw \Vine
WVine or Tablets. Sold by Dr W M1 Brock
There was a game of base ball played al
Panola last Thursday, between Panola and
Elloree, which was witnessed by a large
crowd. Panrola won by a score of 23 to 13.
On account of rain the game was stopped
on the seventh inning.
Neill, the famous juggle with cottou eral
figures, clain.3 that this yeaurs crop mray
reach 12,040,J bales, which if near cor
rect means four cent cotton for those whc
toiled to make it, and large fortunes for ti
speculators and manufactures.
Always destroy the dread of becoming:
mother by taking Situmons' Squaw Vin
Wine or Tablets. Sold by Dr WV M Broek
The Secretary of War has wired Gover
nor McSweeney to rec.minend two officers
from each of the l-ite Souti Carolinara
ments, to serve in the Philippines. Thb
friends of Mr. A. C. Davis hsve recommen d
ed him for the governor's consideration.
Anti-rust tinware, a positive guarante,
against rust goes with each article sold a
Manning Hardware Co.
Supervisor Owens contemplates puttini
the chain gang at work in tge woods to hev
timber to build new bridges. It is his pur
pose to give the county a bran new set o
bridges before his present termu e>:pires
There is nothing hike good roads ant
bridges in a community.
Lake City is at last to get her post odie.
reopened. Mrs. C. W.- McClam will be ap
pointed postmaster. It is said that Mr
McClam is personally known to Presideni
McKinley and through this acquaintanc
the fourth Assistance Postmaster Generu
has decided to re-open the Lake City office
The citizens of that town are much grat:
fed in the governmuent's action.in both th
opening of the office, and the appointmen
In diarrhoea Dr M A Siommons' livt
medicine is invaluable, It gives tone
the stomach. ails digestioO and assists n
ture in carring~. orf all implurities. Sol
by Dr W M1 Urockinton.
Last Sunday afternoon about ti;'e o'eloc
Mr. L. P. Wooluble was sitting on his pia;
za talking to his faily, when very sudder
-ly he complained of feeliug unwell. an d
a few monmats life was extinct. TIhe di
cese ...s Mabu +ft eve years of age, an
in;4 uonet w\i;! ta.kv n 'e hat !ya
vote my% 0r:"!ire, tim:n t it th V'0::-2 . 1
and01 rat SE". J 1:1 \NE. uvdy .
.veryv unfortunmate, :W1an hajee
MIr. T. .Ti e.a harLl % worki-ng farmt
vin about ft:!r!, of .anni
on; last Thr~a veing1. when-' h e h:
Im h-: at hN tobace barn, I
inre aleVng to -0 t1 the Lit* he was vt
1'rtieu ar to : t every.thing wats in (
lier, and in a .s'ttieh rer i ati
Ir atl f d it in a rOAtriM:z I
does irst know how to aeimst tor th i*r
The barn wa :,A tull ai it coulI ho[ i
his lo1 . i - fu i tv :: .
Simmnons' Sinatvw Vin- Win,- ori'be
are efeciv, leanit to t:tke., :t.ral I'ro-11u,
W '1 Bro Ackiton.
The telephon( ;y-te iv' ine . a .
ranzd::t Unc, a:.dk eOrect line., :1,ll on
point and arn a da adnl tfre
p.6ny tha.t Canl rsupply th- very late-st i~sti"
rnsat su a S"'igt cot that n( w%
rigutlatedi buinss or hm 'ould do witi
out it. To ring' up a doctor at miiuidgl
ten tuies way would alone pay fr tL
To preiare a rL.81 t1oi t .2 we, ar41 t wi
a mother. gi've h t s Squ.tw \'it
Wi ur T 1able s. Sld by Dr W Dr1 NMroel
Mr. J. T. Stui , Jr., has rece:vil troi
Governor MeSweerney the beneticiry scho
arshi) to the South Carolina .\ledical Co
Iege in Charlton. ir. Stus receivA
this appointmetnt I let vear, but through a
oversi-ht in the governor's o1i10,h t l
Governor Ellerbe also gave the appoIn
tuent for thi.s district to a young ian fro.
Marion, and unir the rules, there ca
only be one from a district, Governor E
lerbe's mistake caused the ftcilty, the C.
ernor, and 31r. Stuk's considerable embai
assatent, and at mefting of the faculay .1:
Stukes' appointient w;as rejected an
Governor Ellerb a ivi-d to maake an al
pointment for the first distriet which h
had failed to ilL The gCovernor eudeavoi
ed to get the fa ulty to accept Ir. Stulke
which thev nec lined to do on the groun
that he did not live in that i'striet; thet
was miuch correspondene and! G vercn
Ellerbe tefas- I to make an apxte
for the first distt', and at the s.ttni-- tUt
poiise'd to give Ir. Stakes the a
pointment for thisyear. Goavernor Elierb
died before the time arrive I to make th
appointment, but his private Secretary ir
formued Governor McSweeney of the ci
cumstances, aud the late governor S pron
is'', whereupon Governor MeSweeney fe
cal:ed upon us a miltter of simple jnsticc I
recognize Mr. Stukes' claim and appoin
ed him accordingly. There was seven al
pointme:1ts to ma:1ke and for these plac
the Gov, rnor had sixty five applications.
IMr. r.nd Irs. B. Lackamp. Elston,MLd
-vrie: "One Minute Cough Cure save tl
life of our little boy when nearly dead wil
croup." D. 0. :thaime, $lummnerton; D
W. 31. Urcekinton. llanning.
A spirit of restlssness has plaCel I
trembling hands upon the shoulders of
few moneved men in this town. and th<
are beginning to look about them for icar
to invest. It is a self evident fact t!)
Manning, as long as she depenads eitire
upon an agrcultural support cannti 't mial
as rapid strides towards popiuit:on at
wealth, as if she had othvr sourcs au
Imeans to support ber. A town depe:nde,!
entirely upon the products of the far
must cling, more or less, to the crc-lit s.
te: a system which is snail-like in i
movemenits, and in this day of rush an
push, it is run over and outdistanced, b
fore it shows any signs of lIfe, besides b
inc to slow for the times the credit systetn
is injurious to both, merchant and fairm'
Therefore to get out of paths that h ive a
ready been troddin too long, a few bus
ness men are wanting to indu-:e others t
join them in building up an I startin
small mtanufacturing industries. A yar:
till is slooken of. such ana an-t"tuion en:
ploys a considerable iamounat of l abor,
doe's a cordage mill, a factory to makett ba
thread, back bands, cotton c arp-tin;a, ati
maov other articles oi us-e which iud
read'y sale, and pay large ii lends to tl
owners of stock. A ya mill in lor
county, recently decl.are.1 a dividend of
per cent, certainly a1 very enteirt ives
ment.lIf a mial in York can pa. -tneh
dividend, it can do ,o here. Thease fact<
ries have thi'. eti-.L ti thtecommnty;lt ti;
farner ins~tea-l 0f planting cotton can mmt.
het vegetables, ruit-. loraige, poultry, ea
wood and number.s of other thinagt, whtc
a thickly populated to'..n must have, a'!
for which the- ready c-a is paid, TIhe
then salaries o "Ito operatives is spenfti
the toavn, ma'king a maoney circuleatia
twelve months. in the y.ear, insteada of thre,
The result of thi's w.ould be to nalake co:n
petitionl more a1ctive, credit would be give
entrelv upo n mrit ind integrity, and i:
stead of every Tom, Dick~ and ILu'ry wvit
a bull-ox coming to to'.wn and getting
lien, the merchant w.'ould not be so ainxior
to do such a business, because he wod.
pree to '-eli his goods at shorter protit
with qjuicke.r sales, and hear the ring
certainty in his moaney drawers. We nee
manuactun' industaies and those coi
teplating sttch, should be encourag-d i
every poss.ible way. There is only _ot
way. to tbuild up a town, and that way is
De.\\itt's Little Elarly Riise'rs benefit ih
manently. They lend gentle ~as'istance
nature, causing no pai or weakne..s, pe
manently curing constipation antd liver' al
ments. D. 0. lhame, tsummerton; Dr. \
31. Brockinton, M1anning.
Editor Tul 'fTms:
We have had some line amnusI
ments since my long silence.
The ice cream festival given by ti
ladies of the Presbyterian chlur(
proedl weuces In spite of tl.
gloonmy wather there were not war
out, but those who had the pleasut
of participating of the cool ices pas
Ied off the evening very pleasantly.
The proceeds which am~iouted
825.00 will go towards the erection<
a new place of worship.
Quite an excitement arose in ot
community last Tuesday, its it is de.
Idays, and such flue hot weather it
fine exercise chasing mad dotgs ovi
corn andl cotton fields, w'.hy rot ha'
some every other day, atnd if the:
are any points required I wvill reif
you Messrs C. L. G3riflin, .Samu'el \
Barron, Adolph Stack and others wl
had the pleasure of combating with
mad dog the evening mnctionis
thoughi they proved a failure in ea:
A fine game of ball was played<
our diamond last Wednesday Priv
teer tnd Pinewood. The game w
very exciting to the liuish, our bo2
deeating~ them 12 tol11. Our pitch
Jim Griflin wvas in iine form and he
he visitors down only allowing or
man base on balls. Sam Osteen tl
twirler for the visitors pitchied til
ball thioughl was poorly. supporte
T hre we~re some ine features eu
nected w'.ith the game. TheI playil
of our b)ovs on the diamnond was. s
peb, antd'they deserve. i edit to bo
them-elves and Pinewo'.od, havii
such little practice. This- beiug~ t
2 nd gam we only lost onei, that wvi
PtnOla, bitt we hope to cross b
with thiem soon1 atnd make it muorei
Wie hope to play the surro'undi
teams before the season is over. 'T
no it of the M~ethlodist church v
a occupied by Iev. J. G. Beckwith lasi
r-Snayv m~rt ing' aid evoling who
preaebedan x lrt Sermon to a
highy appreci auldienICe. 101
lectured at night on the ioveent of
the 20th c, iturv. of wici the hearers
L Wr'e well pl'sci. 1 ev. 11eekwith
aing-l many frien:s in Pinewood,
-n will lahVas he we lcoei-d in our
commun)'' 'flity. ad m.a he have good
r luck in tie tifld of ltbor. t1
Iiss Carrie Legg i oe of Manning's :
fair daughters, spent yesterday in
- town tle guest of Mrs. II. T. Stack.
r Iisses Lizzie Nelson and Ria Scott
of MIaining is visiting 'Miss Neomie
yBrougihton. We had several visitors
it the cornmniity Sulnday of whichT
I Will iot mUen1tioll for lack of space,
will cone to an end itn hopes- of
e bright prospects for future. 1:
r .E. \\'. u
Piewo,d, S. C., Aug. 7, 1899.
Hlis Life V1t Saved. t
Mr. . I . Lilly, a pro:nin ent cit:z -n (f .
linibal, .\Mo.,'latly iha :t wondeirfu de-t
livvrance from at frig'htfull decath. Inl tcl
-n f it hv says: -I was taen wth T
phold 1r. tii ran into Pneumonia. My
- ng- becam haridend. I was -o wea I
it coni't e-ven sit up in ld. Nothing belp-.
e "a i.. I e-me i) to soon die of onsump
., ti n i, ii I hea rd of Dr. Kin"'s New 1)
Scover .Ont t I l ave -ret reief, I con
tainue2 to i. i ad now ami w ell and
tron.g. I cn't say too onneh in its pIt"s-.
This nrmarvels medici:no is the surest aid
qmtckent inr- in tie world for all throat
n mid ilun troti 2e. I-gular size ;,Octs an d
S$1.0. Trm botte free at R. 1,. LOryea'S
drug stC vev-ry bottle gurItee. 2
slages of Water. n
Caiden. Aug. 11, 8 a. m.-Height p
0 of Wateree river, 4 feet, being a
n1 rise of 2-10 of a foot during past 24
Aug. 14. 8 a. im.-Height of Wat- s
eree river, 5 feet, being a fall of C
S-O of a foot during past 24 hours.
C IColumbia, Ang. 11. S a. im.-Heiglit
of Coigaree river, 2-10 of a foot, be
ing a rise of 1-10 of a foot (luring past
24 hours. A
Aug. 14. 8 a. im.-Height of Conga
roe river, 5-10 feet, being a fall of
3-10 a foot during past 24 hours.
St. Stephen's, Aug. 11, 8 a. im.
Height of Santee river, :'-10 feet, be
ing a fall of 2-10 of a foot during past
e )4 hours.
- 31other Tells How She Saved Her
Little Daughter's Life.
t I in the inother of eight children and A
1 have had a grt-at d: al of experience w.tb s
- medicines. L-ts snum-r my little daugh- p
>- ter hIt the dysent-ry in its worst form. h
S We thonght she would die. I tried every- n
thin. I could think of, iut nothing seemed a
to do her any good. I saw by an adver
-, usement in oir paper that Chamberlain's
e Colie, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was
h highv ro-n-nded and sent and got a
- botteat once. It proved to be one of the
very best nidcines we ever had in the
:nous. It saved imy litLLI daughter's life.
I an anxious for ~every mother to know
what an exCellent medicine it is. Had I
known it at first it would have saved tue a
It 'trat deal of anxiety and my little daugi
t tr iinuic siif'ring. Yours truly, Mrs. Geo.
' F. Burdie'., Librty, R. 1. For sale by R.
d D. Loryeai,drgit
it The man who is satisfied with hi
self is verv easily satisfied.
d A Rlemarkale Case'.
- ~ Antioc, 3Miss., July 1, 1808.
1 want to thank you for the great benefit
I have rece-ived tront y-our wond-rful remt
ledv, enedieta. I was induced to try a bot
tle,-n iit beneetited nine so rinuch I used an
other -nd I atm now entirly- well. There
is certanly- no mnedicine like it and I can
recmmend it to all womien- it
M3res. BUrrm Lisosiox.
"old by 11. 13. Lorye-a.
dHappiness often consists of beinrg
next in a crowded barber shop.
- Gun-shot wounds and powder burns,I
e- uts, bruises, spratins, wvounds froni rusty I
nails, insec't stitngs aind ivy poisoning.
qicklyd hi-aled ii~y DeWitt's Witch Hazel 3
a-lve Po-itivel ivtpevn ts bloodi poison- Im
Ig - e ware of meounterufeits. "DeWitt's''
s -, -f' :. n sure. D. 0. Rhamte, Sum mer- tI
to; [Dr. W. 31. likoekinton, 31anning. al
a 'sa isefahe that knows as a
1 For hietulache caused :nost likely by a
i1 -dsrde-red ston:aeh, accotinie-d by con
t Stip ation,. ise Dr M A imuiiions' liver nied
- -cie Sod by Dr Wi MI Brockinton.
Wihere ignorance is bliss, it's follyw
to establish night school.c
I The soothing and herding properties of
Ch. brin's Cough Remedyrt, its [pleasant
I tas'te aind prompt anud periianent cures,
. iv n. L. Ce it a great favorite with the leo- &i
ni pie' everywheLIre. For sale~ by 1t. B. Lo ryeai,
c drugis. *
Fools rush in wheire anrgels would '
not care to be caught by the police.
r-ave yon a pl.t of yor lmnd on record?
If riot, you shonal have it done. Reason-.
r. abe rates andr good service are offered you.
. E J. nowxs Surv-evor. 3lanrning, -8. C. t
N otic of Discharge, a
On the 7th day of Sept. 1 0, I will tap
piv to the Probate Judge for Clarendon
cornty for letters of discharge as adminis
traitri: ot the estate ot J1. ii. 31eFaddin, a
31. 11. SHANNON.
ar in-'a- Aug. 3d, 1873t. ,
e .J 1 Gral in, Lanenster, S C, says: For 18
y Aiar 1 live use-d and reconiruended Dr 31
a 'S'-ut-n-' lver umiiemen ti all paminters
e - 'V-i - iM' ii-i-i e fo! r painter' c-rlc anrd
-torpiliver'~ti. I tIn-i it tr sutr ior to Zeil
ns. Sold Iby Dr Wi 31 Uro(ck~ior. -
Stra ho its u.-u:xlly showv which way
the wind blow-i.
ao 'iiC-n't ceiC- 'lysiepsiar by dnig. Eat
''0 wi lesome- feed -nil plenty it it.
I Dy1).eps--ia L':r- diige- f-od withoutt
I tr i~ th sto:ieb, and is'ttide t ir eire. f
D.I (. lib-alnu, i-ui0tett'on;- D.) - . - 31.
ri - iti, Mmlining.
The shorot er a mant is- in his -accounts
the longeri it takes to find him.
o A -, t s-mme.t and iXwC in-,1 good
a atiit. the.Wt vu ' 1v-~e iOpn and tr c
b. --n'-re.--i-na <i--e of Dr M1 - Simmoiiins'
'ver min. ' hl by Dr WV 31 lrockin- e
n Some-i old fashione1d( folks, like bal
- t ig- irls Iee their fortunesO in their~
s Cari in tirngamdy lhas saved
r !.-ne i hu-andis.- of croupy c- hibdinen.
j it al. wti:: t :tr egnalm tor cols aind
.1.hI-paig coagh. For sale 1 yIR. U. Lot
e ~ y OtdruaK. [janlay
The 1 troule martke-t is easy, and it
cani alwayms be borrowed at low rates.I
iat muight lav-e- un"---if thrit little
chn- adn't been neitetd--is the sad
ri l -in if th' nsindi 0t sCLnsuptiv.es.
On It1mm.h- ( imh (Cur- enres coughs and
. i\ A teaia manager1 is ailways.
known byv the colimany lhe keeps.
- To la-p v\un i~ - -eep well, keep) theC
n., mme mthe h oly ruddy antd we il fed,
a-ndl with Dr 31 A Simiionis Imvern mei.dicine
eglte t be stmahnd bowels. Sol by.
'a~~ JBIAN TEA cures Dyspep
sia, Constipation and Indi
estion. Rvulates the Liver. Price,25cts.
Sold by RI. D. Loryea.
A t(ntIog 31:itnn: Guards !
leadquarters : aing (;iards,
tlaning, S. C., Ang't 1, 1-99.
a iry orl.rk' I to n 1t at your
- 'r every Saturtdav at 4 ,'clock until
us- (ord1r is cna . liing all the guns
By orlr of V. -I. L~wrs,
J. (. GaIIAHr , Captain.
Notice 1o Telellers.
1 te Tecrs of CI:iendot in County:
I :ave lan direct d by tie State Super
At-lndenlt f Ennto to say. to aill teachi
- in ( Clarendi.iOl elnty thait tht Stte
0ard of E Ineal on h;s niadle it ouLiatory
pon all t-a;cWhers to atherl the Conty In
ttute or Snwtatr Schiol; a-d inlaass they
atttendI their certiti oin cannot be rt
wed nle~SS the ca ieSome SaItisfac
rv (xc.iI'e to the Sit:' Snperintetient
Ednention for nion-a'ttendanlce. So it
I b': eeia th tlist power of ren -:wing
nehte'.- riticat as h;-, rItotore vested
the County loard of E ineation, has
-en taken awa..
The Conaty Ir.stttnto will convene in
inning on August 17th prompitly at 9
. hope that a foll attendance
tieachers will meeat us on the first day of
L. L. Wox~.s,
Co. Supt. (f Education.
An Unsolicited Testinouial.
I take pleasure in :,tating tait I pur
iased of R. 1. Lory(-a, the druggist,
itrnatio-ial Ponitry Food and it proved
-rv beneticia: in removing Cholera from
y chickens, and up to this time they have
n free from it, and I expect to use the
oltrv. Food in the future.
T. J. TISDALE.
Ianning, S. C., Augnst 4, 1899.
We carry a full line of International
:ock anLd Poultry Food, Heave Cure.
>lic Cure, 1larniss Soap, etc.
R. B. LORYEA,
nother Grand Forward flovement at
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JOHN A. RICE, PRESIDENT.
Prices reduces nearly 25 per cent. for
xt year. Modern appointments, coim
rts 'and e'quipments. New infitmary.
igh standard in thirteen Departments.
ble Faculty (if specialists Best homelike,
W.11 anti religious inilueices. Closest
eronal attention to every student. Those
ving daughters to educate can't afford to
iss seeing the new catalogue. Sent on
For Infants and Children.
he Kind You Have Always Bought
ignature of ,
Exacting, economical and critical buyers
iclued, are urgently requested to call and
amine our late arrivals of
New and Seasonable Styles
iDress Goods of all kinds, Organdies.
ereales, Duck. Lawns. Vassar Checks,
iques, Organdiie Adalisque, Shirting
Or Notion line is complete for you.
en's and lk'y~s' Straw and Crash Ihats, the
.test go. I romt 1t0c up.
Or sho' idepartiment is comiplete' with
e latest styles and at pirices to suit the
.ost e-xacting buyers. Prices from (35e up).
Ladies' and Children's Oxfords, black
d tan, to suit and please.
Gent's Negligee Shirts, in the latest c I
's and styles, from 25c up. We can suit
ur taste and pocket-book almost always.
Just arrived, a beautiful line of' Flower'
ots and Jarainmres.
Our Clothing Department is full of bar
rins for vou. Come and let us show vou
h.t wec can do tor: you in this line. It
>ts nothing to look and examine.
Knvest anti Forks, H~atchets, Saws, Chis
sFiles. Plows and nunierous other arti
es, too numierous to mention, at prices
t will surpise you. Conie and hbe can.
Wc allow no one to undersel us in pure,
'sh goods. Our Grioeo: y diepartament is
ocked with the choicest andl best goods
mat mioney can bumy. We not only aim to
cep the best, we do it.
Try us for good qualhty, honest weight
id low pric; you will get it.
R eeber that we are headquarters for
erythng kept in a general merchandise
Also rememiber that we'Ziet'y competition
3d guarantee satisfaiction of ev'ery put:
anse made of
I'i Kind You Hue Alas BOtt
eoS3Hacker & Son
... 'rmemo nm i sOFm ure
a ommoa -
Dors, Ssh Bins
Youlding and Building
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
sashi Weights and Cords and
Nindow and Fancy Glass a Secialty,
C UBA N O IL cares
Piaerscuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu
matism and Sores. Price, 25 centa
b1;d bm R B. Lornca.
W1 CUUI B-RVIN
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 Three
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
To impress it upon the trade that we are Agent for the 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 on 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 Lice 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 :.50 per sack.
100 dozen :3 lb. cans finest Tomatoes, $1.00 per dozen.
500 lbs. G4ood Coffee, *c. per pound.
500 lbs. very good Coffee, 10c. per pound.
500 lbs. Best Rio Coffee. 12;c. per pound.
25 bbls. good straight Flour, -4.00 per barrel.
25 bbls. good Family Flour, .4.25 per barrel.
25 bbls. Best Patent Flour. $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 35c per lb.
10 Bars of the best laundry Soap for 25c.
W. E. JENKINSON.
FOUNDED IN 184.5.
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 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 Readinig-Roon, a Museum ot Natural Science, a beauti
ul hall for the Literary Society and somue needed offices. Th le building will
be furnisned with new heating apparatus throughout, all the rooms will be
supplied with new furniture, new pianos will be purchased, new physical,
chenical and mineralogical laboratories will be equipped-in hort every
thiig that is necessary in the work of a first-class woman's college will be
rovided. The site is unequalled in South Carolina for beauty and for
ealthfulness. Limestone College makes its appeal to the people stric'ly
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. -n 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 fornmer students tell the
news all over the South. The revered Capt. Ii. 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.
TI onsumners ot L.ager Beer:
Thei Germn ia Urei~,vn g Comp ~any, of
_ __ Charleston. S. (., have made arrangements
b~y which they arc enabled to fill orders
from consumers for shipments of beer in
The -.. anyv quantity at the~ following prices:
Pints, patent stopper, 60.per dozen.
Manning m a-~
Quarter-keg. $2 25.
- .~t~BTHalf-barrel. $4.50.
LJ $iX I e Exports, pints, ten dozen in barrel, $0.
It will be necessary for consumers or
Have you called on IiERIOT, Iparties ordering, to state thmat the beer is for
the Baker, vety If not, do so pnvate~ consumption. W e offer special
and purchase a trial lot of rates for thetse sliments. TIhis bceer is
his Bread, Rolls, Cakes and -aate ue aeo h hiethp
Faney Crackers, all of which adm lt. ad hecoimende tb he
lie$5 als kee in stock te medical fraternity. Send to us for a trial
biest line of Canned Goods order
and Meats to be found in
Itown. WVill giv-e youI spec-ial EEMANIA
bargains also in h eavy Gro.-i ~ A 'I
ceri es. Your p)atronage is~
'-olicited. If fresh goods and PV in CO DS J
low prices availeth anything ig Co~ ry
. you will call again. Char-leston, S. C.
JOHN W, H ERIOT
In Rear of Bank. D If V A TE.
Pove ll lhnig, hold fst that
-which is good.
Our Prec.mrptioni Department is
under the supervisioni of experienced
and skilled pharmuacist; the strictest
attention given to the compounding
SWe carry full lines of all Propmietary
Fresh Supply Just Ini,
BUIST'S and L ANDRETIL'S' T'. w. Wood & sons Famous seed, tested
and rue inallvarieties.
RHAMIE'S DRUW STORE,
BAEBALLS AND BATS.
SUM MERTON, S. C. Mm vs-: me nt at all prices.
We carry a ulline of all goods apper
~tainDng to a welappointed and compl1let(
V ~* Drug Store, and feel satisfied of our ability
11 11 \Y A L.I wto pleas the public and our friends.
Offce 'AING t~ C.R. B. LORYEA, Tne Druggisi
Pressley Barron, Esq. SIGN OF THE COLDEN MORTAR.
500 PAIR OF SHOES
Mens' $1.75 Shoe for $1.15.
$1.50 Shoe for $1.00; $1.19
Shoe for $90c.
$3. SHOES, 1.55;
$2.48 SH OES, 150.
We have had the Misfortune of Our Shelves Falling
in and Crushing the boxes of about 500 Pairs of Shoes
and we will sell these Shoes
Come in and see -them and if you don't
think they are the biggest bargains you ever
saw, then don't buy them. Come and see
them for yourselves.
Yours for Bargains,
C. W KENDALL,
THE CAROLdNA GROCERY COMPANY,
TEOMAS WT.LSON, Presiclent.
195 East Bay - - Charleston, S. C.
Gi We W 3ul il a tid fl ave Y0 Wiite US fo2 II~i Will
Gillllel'S aild Mill 3J11l
Remember when making repairs and overhauling machinery, that we
have the best stock of Steam Fittings that has ever been brought to this
Also Belting, both Rubber and Leather, which we are selling at very
low prices. In fact, we cannot be undersold in the last articles, having
bought when it was cheapest.
We also have Lubricating Oils at all prices.
Wood choppers, we have a splendid axe to offer you at 60e each; also
guaranteed Axes at 75c, 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.
MANIN S. Milnry.iliey
Trnsct ge ner l fnking adiesolrno reivtdt ii
Deposits soiie . 0. IMstccnssso BO E S
Businscs hor genral bak. bus to s S.E2cOAD
Prmtaeialattto ie -_____ ___
All colectins hanoprumt fte- h Pu entalLf nfr abe C
vinie s pt -dte i e l s igs.
~j). RI. FLThER are BonSr
JOSEPH PROIT, Aso HALTH AND LACCeT INSmmin.
A. LEVI Cashir. a ISUMTERins S.iCn.
\X E. BOWN, S M. ~ IsE\aSueyin antodat Lelig.
Th atn ao nin Counies. Cmais
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MANNhGs. . Brng urJo WIL orktoTh anings. ofC.