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LOUIS AP'PELT, EDITORt.
M ANNING, S. C.: e
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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27, 1S99. L
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Second-Class Matter. S
Little General Joe Wheeler has a a
great mania for war, but since he f
reached the Philippines he seems not z
to have impressed Otis that he can
clean up the Filipinos all in a giffy. a
Otis has assigned him to duty on an e
island where the General will proba- b
bly not be heard of so much. s
The celebration in New York on
the 29th inst., in honor of Admiral F
Dewey upon his arrival home will be 1
one of the grandest displays of the c
kind ever known. New York will be
thronged with people from all over t
the world, and the harbor and the a
Hudson River will be lined with all c
manner of craft to do honor to the t
great naval hero.
Governor McSweeney will be in
the celebration with several compa
Lies of the best militia in the State.
Our State will have eighth place in 1
the parade, formed in the same order
in which the original States ratified a
the Constitution, and South Carolina I
will-do herself proud on that occa- u
sion. Governor McSweeney and his
full staff will have an honored place t
in the procession. n
The eyes of the world are some- [
what turned from the Philippines
now and centered upon a dispute
that is going on in the old world be- (
tween England and the Transvaal Re- t
public in South Africa. England, of 1
course, is the greatest nation in all e
Europe, while the Transvaal is only i
a small country in the southern part a
of Africa, and the principles and mo- I
tives underlying the whole dispute
are similar to those underlying our
trouble in the Philippines-a wvar for t
conquest and simple acquisition of 1:
property and territory. The question
in-a nutshell is that the Traiisvaal is
a country formerly settled principally ~
by Dutch emigrants from Holland, f,
commonly known as Boers, and with v
the fertility of the soil and the rich-'0
ness of the gold mines within the
past few decades quite a progressive I
republic has been established. Pres- Ii:
ident Kruger, quite a diplomatic and dI
acute statesman of the Boers is atC
the head of the Transvaal govern
ment, and his correspondence with
Lord Salisbury, prime minister of' v
England and Joseph Chamberlain, t
secretary for the colonies, have shown
him to be a statesman and a diplo
mat of no mean ability. But noth- a
ing seems to satisfy England short of 1:
a franchise upon the gold mining in-.
dustries of the Transvaal. The emi
gration from England and Indlia, one t
of England's greatest colonies, to the i
Transvaal to engage in gold mining f.
only furnishes an excuse for various
questions, such as citizenship, boun-t
dary ,lines, etc., the real purpose be- i
ing England's desire to control the .a
gold mines of South Africa. It looks t
like war is inevitable, and England is
despatching troops to South Africa, .
while the Orange Free State, an ad
joining republic itt South Africa, says
that the Transvaal's interests are also
her interests, and she will stand or
fall with the Trausvaal. So that if f
war comes, while England will con
quer in the end, yet with the two t)
South African republics combined 4
and England having to send troops
several thousand miles, it will at least
be enough to interest the greedy old
How's This 1 s
We offer one hundred dollars reward for t
any case of catarrb that cannot be cured by t
Hall's Catarrh Cure. t
F. J. CHENF~r & Co , Props., Toledo, 0. 1
We the undersigned, have known F. J. y
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe t
him perfectly honorable in* all basiness y
transactions and financially able to carry a
out any obligations made by their fir-u. t
WEST & TR.ix, Wholesale Druggists, To- a
WALDDNG, 1INNAN & MAavry, Wholesale a
Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon th~e blood and mucous y
surfaces of the systemn. Price 75c per bot- ~
tIe. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials ~
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Nobody-A prominent woman's d
A woman is clever when she can
make a man think she knows less
than he does.
Volcanme Eruptions. o
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life of V
joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, cures them; t
also old, running and fever sores, ulcers, t
boils, felons, corns, warts, cuts, bruises, U
burns, scalds. chappDed hands, chilblains. E
Best Pile cure on eaith. Drives out pains
and aches. Only 25 ets. a box. Cure gua
ranteed. Sold by RI. B. Loryea, druggist. 1
(From our Regular C'rrespondent
Washington, Sept. 23. - Nothing
)uld more clearly show the Republi
in fear that Mr. McLean will be elect
I governor of Ohio than their franic
Torts to make it appear that Mr Mc
,ean is a secret enemy of Col. Bryan,
ad that if elected governor of Ohio
e will seek to prevent Vol. Bryan's
omination for President next year.
heir object, of course, being to make
ie Ohio democrats who wish for
ol. Bryan's nomination, lukewarm in
2eir support of Mr. McLean. The
-ick is too transparent to fool any
ody. It is well known in demo
ratic circles that Mr. McLean is en
rely favorable to Col. Bryan's nom
iation, and equally well knowa that
ol. Bryan is willing and anxious to
o everything in his power to help
Ir. McLean carry Ohio this year.
'here is nothing in the story that Mr.
IcLean had asked Col. Bra an not to
peak in Ohio. When Mr. McLean
'as first nominated Col. Bryan noti
ed the Ohio State Democratic Con
)ittee that he would speak in the
tate, if the committee deemed it ad
isable, and that is just where the
latter stands today. If he doesn't
peak there, it will only be because
e committee may decide, as a con
:ast to the wholesale importation of
peakers by the republicans, to con
ne the democratic speakers to citi
ens of the State.
The administration has again
limbed the mountain of hope, and
11 sorts of mysterious hints of an
any peace in the Philippines are
eing scattered around Washington
emi-officially. All the foundation
bat these gorgeous aircastles have
the granting several days ago by
leneral Otis of a request that two
ilipiuo oficers be allowed to go to
anila to negotiate for the surrender
f the American prisoners held by
Lguinaldo. The Administration has
pparently jumped to the conclusion
bat Agninaldo wishes to surrender,
though there was nothing in the
ablegram from Otis, as published,
justify any such conclusion. The
nxiety of the administration for a
peedy and successful closing of the
car in the Philippines is growing so
reat that it cannot be hid.
Although Mr. Wayne Mac eah,
?ading counsel for Captain Carter,
2ached Washington early this week,
ae argument he is to make before
aking a recommendation to the
resident in the case, ,vas postponed
til next week. Attorney General
riggs feels so sore over the general
riticism of the delay in disposing of
is case that he took the extraordi
ary course of making public, through
n authorized interview, a defense of
imself and his department.
Washington bar is considerably
rorked up over a report that Mr. Mc
Einley has decided to appoint an
bio man U. S. District Attorney for
e District of Columbia, and a meet
ig of the Bar Association has adopt
d a strong resolution in favor of
ozne rule, but, of course, the Wash
lgton Bar Association does not wield
ny influence in Ohio politics, and if
~oss Hlanna says that another Ohio
ian must be given a Washington of
e, it is likely to be done.
The following letter from ex-Sena
>r lenderson, of Mo., whose home
as been in Washington since he re
red fiom the Senate, was received
y the secretary of the Anti-Imper'
ist League, recently organized in
ashington: "I shall be home in a
w days and shall join the league
'ith pleasure. If imperialism goes
y to success, this republic will go
own to ruin."
Mr. Lawrence Gardner, whose re
amblance to Mr. Cleveland resulted
i both annoyance and amusement
uring the two terms of President
leveland, and who has been closely
onnected with the Democratic Con
ressional Campaign Committee, and
2e National Committee, of which he
'as the District of Columbia memt
er, died this week. Mr. Gardner
ad been a resident of Washington
r forty years, and every democrat
-ho has attained national prominence
uing the last twventy years was his
Like the good sailor he is, Rear Ad
iral Schley says he will obey the
rder for him to assume command of
e South Atlantic Squadron, if it is
eued by the Navy Department. So
U the only order issued directs him
> hold himself in readiness to take
aat command. Meanwhile, Scbley,
2e man whose h6nors in the Span'
iwar are second only to those of
.dmiral Dewey, will go to New York
> participate, as a private citizen, in
e welcome of his old friend, Dewey.
nch is the result of not standing in
-ith the clique.
A W~oman's Letter.
Coolidge, Ky.. Aug. 20, 1808.
New Spencer MIedicine Co.: Since writ
iyou in July. I 'cave continued to use
enedicta and am surprised at the results.
efore usirg the remedy I suffered from
omb troubles and a weak stomach. but the
iree bottles of Benedicta has completely
wred me. It is a great medicine f :r deli.
te women. SMrs. H. R. GXLREATH.
Sold by I. B. Loryea.
Thie Cotton Crop.
itor THE I~lES:
Ini your two last issues you have
tid you had many inquiries as to
e policy of holding or selling cot
n and gave as your opinion that
be true policy was to sell as soon as
was ready for market. I endorse
our viewvs. If a farmer will prac
c it for life I have no doubt but
hat it is the true policy. A farmer
eer should speculate, but it some
mes occurs that customs change,
nd from my observation for a series
f years I think that the time has
rrived for a change of base. A few
ears back when a good many of us
'ere on the wrong side of the fence
'hen a short crop was reported and
'e thought cotton was certain to ad
ance we failed to look at the condi
on of things. The market was full
f manufactured goods and no de
iand for them: many mills shut
own, others running on half time;
fact business of all kinds was in a
Now if Mr. Neil's twelve million re
ort is correct, though every sensible
an is satisfied it is not, by at least
svo million bales, there 'would not be
Atton enough to supply the demand
f our country, and those we trade
-ith would be short of goods. Our
rade is increasing in foreign coun
ries, our mills have orders ahead for
onths and they are compelled to
ave the cotton.
England is playing a bluff game.
henever cotton goes up a fewv
oints in New York they throw
press it and at the same time they
have their agents in all the iniani
towns buying at a heavy advance or
the past market which is governei
by the New York and Europea
markets, and if our Southern mill
don't look out they will be caugi
without a supply to run their mills
and nothing would gratify both the
European and Northern mills mor<
than that would, but I hope they
will see and understand the gamne
they are playing and not be eaughi
as the American people were in 182
and 1822 by the Rothschilds of Eu
rope. There was very little cottoc
made then; we had no mills at all
even across the waters. In 1821 tihe
sent their agents over here; at thi
time cotton ran in price say from 2:
to :30 cents: they scattered thei.
agents over the cotton belt; no on<
suspicioned them. A would give sa
2Gc, B would give A 27c, C would giv<
B 28c, and D would give C 2:c, and!
would come in again and give D :'e
and so continue it on through tin
season. If a man wanted to make ":
all he had to do was to buy a sount
bale of cotton of :300 pounds and h<
had it, and they ran it up to :3t
pound. My father sold a bale of cot
ton at Newberry Court House for 75i
a pound. They worked it on til
they got the whole country in it anc
then unloaded on the Americans
took their profits and left. They an
now trying to work a similar gam<
and if our people do not keep a sharl
lookout they will be caught napping
If we have made a twelve millioi
crop we will need every bale of it be
fore another crop is made unless ou:
mills shut down, which they won'
do so long as it pays to run them
Everything is on a boom, why shoul<
not cotton, which is the staple of th<
world, as it is used in every land?
As you said, Mr. Editor, that "i
burnt child dreaded the fire," if
had kept out of it I would not bi
running a one-horse farm. I an
backing my judgment and will if ]
get burnt again. I planted for fiv4
cents cotton, but my crop is shor
and I propose to get the amount o
dollars I planted for w th good inter
September 26, 1S90.
His Life W:s Sayed.
Mlr. J. E. Lilly, a i'roniln-n: c:tizeu I
I iannibal, Mo . bt-lL ai a wonderful de
liverance from a fri ghtfl , death. In tel
ling of it he says: "I was taken with Ty
ploi Ft vr. that ran int Puetnionia U:
lungs became hardened. I was so weak
couldn't even sit np in bed. Noth:ng help
ed mte. I exCmeted to soon die of Consum p
tion, when I heard of Dr. King's New D;s
covery .One bottle gave great reliof. I ccon
tinned to nse' it, and now am well ant
strong. I can't say too much in its praise.
'his marvellous medicine is the surest an,
quickest eure in the world for all thron
and lung trouble. Regular sizes 50ets an;
$1.00. Trial bott!e free at R. B. ].oryea'
drug stcre; every bottle guuaranteed. 2
Burning kisses always go witl
Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bloght
When a man weds an heiress, hei
face is his fortune.
Coolidge, Ky., Aug. 1, 1898.
I have been suffering with female tron
bles and wavs nnable to get relief. I wa
persuaded to try Benedieta and after on
month's treatment I can recommendl yon
remedy to suffering women.
Slns H IR. GLrEuFTH.
$old by R. B. Loryen.
The bustle as a work of art gelts th4
bulge on nature.
Bears the Th idYu aeAwy Brgh t
3larletta Lawyer Suicides.
MAIamyTA, Ga., Sept. 21. - W. S
Cheney, a prominent young attorney o
this place, blew his brains out last nigh
because his sister married against hi
wishes. The tragedy occurred on thi
public square, just in front of the post
office, and in the presence of half
dozen citizens of the town.
and use Chiamberbain's colic, cholera and
dii'rhoea remxedy for all pains of the stom
aeh anld all unnatural looseness of the bow
els. It always cures. For sale by R. 1B
Loryea, druggist. [janlay
F. M. King, an alleged forger witi
half a dozen aliases, has been arrested
at Augusta, Ga.
The postmaster general has issued at
order extending the postage rates of tht
United States to Porto Rico.
Former Congressman Jerry Simpsor
was hooted off a platform at Wichita
Kan., for expressing sympathy witi
The North Carolina commissioner o:
agriculture has called a state conven
tion of cotton growers to meet at .Ral
eigh Oct. 21.
Several prominent Alabamians callec
on President McKinley to enlist his co
oeration in legislation for the improve
nient of Birmingham's water transpor
Admiral Montejo, who commanded
the Spanish naval forces in the battle o~
Manila bay, and who has been on tria:
before the supreme court at Madrid,
has been condemned to retirement with.
out the right of promotion.
., he indYou Have Ahwais B800l0
The American League of Municipali.
ties, in session at Syracuse, selegthd
Charleston as the next meeting place.
Surgeon General Wyman's advices
from Key West report 24 new cases of
yellow"'fever there Thursday and twc
Colonel William Crichton, a well
known capitalist of Cincinnati add
Louisville, is dead at Traverse City,
Mich , aged 67.
The Sixth Georgia volunteer infantry
has been abolished and the companiet
composing it will be distributed among
the Third and Fifth regiments.
George D. Gear, an attorney of Hlono:
lulu, asserts that the supreme court oi
Hawaii, by ins rulings, is sustaining a
system of s'avery of the worst kind iz
Twelve fresh cases of what is believed
to be bubonic plague have developed al
Magude, a small place near Leurenzc
Marquez, Delagoa bay. Two of the
cases resulted fatally.
NoJ Right To Ugliness.
The woman who is lovely in fa''. forn:
and templer will ailys have fitrn., im
one who wonld be atrintetve ons'tt keep biei
heath. If she is weak, 'ikliaa all run
Idown'. she wall be' ne rvions and irri t.Ole~ I]
she i~ .hasiontpation uor kidney tr ,'ble hL
irurr l.od 1w~ill e:Inise p le , 'ilte
skin truptionf arnd a wretched complexiin.
Electric Bitters is the best medic ine in the
world to regulate stomach. Ii ver an-t kid
neys and to purif the bloo, it "ives
strong nerves, bright eyes. sin oth v irety
skini, rich comiplexioni. It will makeY a~ good
o'king, charming woman of ' run-dowr
uvalid. Only 50 cents at IR L. Loryea't
SUMVTER, S. C.
We are going to make it to the advant
age of every one in Clarendon County to buy
from us everything they need in the shape of
Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets,
Cloaks, Shoes, Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Gro
ceries, Hardware, Etc.
First-For we carry in stock anything
you may ask for and have the largest and
most varied assortment in each department
that we have ever shown.
Second-Rock bottom prices on
Third--You will receive the same atten
tion if you spend 10 certs or $10).
We shall sell as long as they last.
75 dozen guaranteed 4-ply Linen Collars
at 5c; all shapes and sizes.
50 dozen guaranteed 4-ply Linen Cuffs
at 1ic; Links and Plain; sizes, 10,
10 1-2 and ii.
The above will give you an idea of the
prices we are going to offer this season.
J. RYTTENBERQ & SONS,
Northwest Cor. Main and Liberty Sts.,
Sumkter, - - S. ci.
Mail orders fil ed p o ptly. Dress goods samiples sent on
D. J.CH ADLE
sno oennghi fl an itrsoc fMns
Boys andChidrens Clthig, Iats nd urnihin
The tockis lrgerand he picesas lw o
lowe tha hertofoe. I
Willshowyousomeof he bst alue evr ofere
by ny lotinghoue i th Stte f SuthCar
THE RELIABLE LE
Watch this space till No
Bargains that can't be duplicai
1,000 yqds yard-wide Unbleached Do
25 pieces good Calico, Fast Colors, be
One-half Bale No. 1 Cotton Plaids, b
40 pieces Dress Suitings, for
House Dresses, at....... .... . 4e
30 pieces Plaid Suiting, double
fold, for Ladies' Wrappers, etc.,
worth 20c, at................... 14c
36-inch Bright Colors in Henriet
ta Cloth, suitable for Ladies'
Dressing Saques and Tea Dress
es, really a value at 25c; this
sale's price.............. ...... 15c
15 pieces of Patterns, New Fall
Dress Goods, in Scotch Plaids'
and Heavy Figured Effects;
price special at..........25 and 94c
Several pieces Perca Silk, for Un
derskirts and Linining; special
at ...... ............... ....... 8c
2 pieces Red Table Damask, 56
While we are quoting you Roc]
partment, our list would not be comp
essaries of life.
Good Rice at...... . ... .............
A No. 1 3 lb. can Tomatoes at. .......
Good Rio Coffee at....................
Flour.................. ...... .......
Granulated Sugar, 17 lbs. for. ..... ..
Good double thick Tobacco in 10-lb. c
10 Bars Good Soap for.................
Come, evbrybody. No tr<
Good Goods Cheap.
Highest Market Pr
A ppreciating the liberal
joyed heretofore from our Clar
tend to them a cordial invitati<
lishmuent when next inV Sumter
of the coming season's styles.
Have you seen the new
Cheviot and (Camel Hair effects
netians and Two-toned Crepon
varied assortment in Sumter.
In addition to our very b
Novelty D~ress Goods and Trin
to dlate line o1
These we are showing il
mnent, and in the purchasing of
the cost or trouble of the mnaki:
ILaving enlarged our pre
tional 2.000 sq1uare feet of floe
Department is even more comj
Do you admire Oriental
Mattings, Damask and Chenil
Curtains, Bagdad Draperies, T
poses? If so, we would be pic
to see them.
Proprietors of Sumter's Le
mnent and Agents for the Famoi
and Children's Fine Footwear:
Information received at the state de
partment shows that there is no truth
in reports of an alliance of South and
Central American republics against th(
31. Schuerer.Kestner, ex-vice presi
dent of the French senate and champion
of Dreyfus, is dead.
Negotiations are about to begin with
Aguinaldo for the release of American
prisoners held by the Filipinos.
The government has purchased an
other large tract of land on Missionary
ridge to be added to Chickamauga Na
Former Governor Oates of Alabama
announces himself a candidate for the
seat in the United States senate held by
John T. Morgan.
William K. Vanderbilt succeeds his
brother, the late Cornelius Vanderbil:.
as president of the New York and H:r
lem River railroad.
The Berlin government has emphar
cally informed President Kruger to es
pect no assistance from Germany in the
event of war with Great Britain.
An officer of the Southern railway at
Macon has received a letter demanding
that all negro firemen on the road be re
moved and white men put in their places.
The University of Georgia has opened
with bright prospects.
Rev. Phil! >s Verner, a Presbyterian
missionary, Ivocates legalizing lynch
ings in the south.
Caceres has resigned his place in the
cabinet of Santo Domingo to stand trial
for the assassination of President Heu
C.,lonel Hughes of Lindsay, Ont., has
undertaken to raise a regiment of Cana
dians for service in the Transvaal should
war be declared.
Secretary Root has received informa
tion which gives assurance that enough
ships can be secured to land all the
reinforcements in Manila by Christmas.
R. J. Wem yss of Pensacola. general
land commis-ioner of the Louisville anti
Nashville rn I, has sold to a westeri
syndicate 32. 000 acres of Florida tim
ber lands, loeated in Lafayete. Jeffer
son, Madison, Taylcr and Wakulla
Signor Marconi, the promoter of wire
E less telegraphy, has arrived in New
York from Liverpool.
Reports- are current in Wall street
that the importations of gold from
Europe are about to begin.
Commissi< ier of Agriculture Stevens
has promise:. to help the Georgia dairy
men in their fight on oleomargerine.
The queen regent of Spain has pre
sented the Spanish casino at Tamp:
Fla., with 600 books for its library f<
Mrs. John Lawson cut Masie Eldridge
to death with a butcherkuife in Union
county, Tenn., for alienating her hus
General Otis has informed the war
department that the six or eight days'
mail sent by the Morgon City was lost
in the wreck of that vessel.
The Mexican senate and chamber of
deputies. in joint session, by a unani
mous vote, granted to President Dias
C1 days' leave of absence to visit Ohidago.
County Treasurer's Office,
Manning, S. C., Sept. 27, 1899.
The tax books wvill be open for the
collection of taxes for the fiscal year
commencing January 1st, 1899, on
the 15th day of October, 1899, and
will remain open until the 31st day
of December, following, after which
time a penalty of 15 per cent. at
taches to all unpaid taxes.
The following is the tax levy:
For State purposes, five (5) mills.*
For ordinary county tax, four and
one-fourth (4+) mills.
For past indebtedness, t hi r e e- -
fourths (1) of one mill.
For constitutional school tax, three
(3) mills. Total, thirteen (13) mills *
(separate from special school tax). :
Special twvo (2) mills school tax,:
School District No. "19." Total, fif-:
teen (15) mills.
Special two (2) mills school tax,:
School District No. "16.", Total, fif
teen (15) mills.
Special three (:3) mills school tax,
School District No. "21." Total, six
teen (16) mills.
ISpec-ia] four (4) mills school tax,
School District No. "20."' Total, sev-:
eteen (17) mills.
Special four (4) mills school tax,
School District No. 7. Total, seven
teen (17) mills.
Special four (4) mills school tax,
School District NSo. 22. Total, seven-:
teen (17) mills.
Special four (4) mills school tax,:
School District No. 9. Total, seven-:
t een (17) mills.
Ev-ery male citizen between the:
ages of twenty-one and sixty years, :
except those incapable of earning a
support from being maimed or from U
other causes, and except those who :
arc now exempt by law, shall be :
deemed taxable polls. The law re
quires that commutation road tas
shall be paid for the succeeding year
when State and County taxes are
paid. S. J. BOWMAN,
Treasurer Clarendon County. :
ALWAYS KEEP ON HAND
There Is no kid of pain :
or ache, internal or exter
nal, that PaIn-KIller twill a
LOOK oUr FOR IMITATlONS AND sUB- *
STITUTES. ' THE GENUINE-. BOTTLE '
BEARS THE NAME,
PERRY DAVIS & SON.
days at le-ast two-third>' :ii al yptomsI remiov- fl
elTestimonials ami T1 DAYS IL reIo met free. *
DR. H. H. GRE'S SCoNS. Box K, A tlants. Ga.
Land Surveying and Leveling.
I wi!l Ao SIurveying, ete., in ClarenidoD:
an c adjo iing Counties.a
P 0. Uex 1111.
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SE OF MANNING.
ember 1st, for we are showing
ed in Baltimore city.
mestics, beginning Thursday, at... 4e
inning Thursday, at............... 4
ginning Thursday, at.............. 4c
inches wide ................... 19c
27-inch Silk and Satin, all colors,
Figured and Plain, at.. .... 49e
Several pieces of good Mattress
Ticking at....... ......... 4}e
Four solid cases of Ladies' Peb
ble Grain Shoes, Lace and But
ton, all sizes; during this sale.. 99e
Three cases, New Goods, Ladies'
Dongola Patent Tip, at........ 99e
Children's School Shoes, a good
line ..........................24c up
We are also showing a complete line
of Men's Shoes and Clothing at start
t Bottom prices in oir Dry Goods De
lete without naming some of the nee
....... ....$3 00 per 100-lb. sack.
............. ..1 00 per dozen.
................ 81 to 12c lb.
................. 350 to 450 per bb.
........ ........ 100
addies, at....... 35c per lb.
>uble, but pleasure to show you
ice Paid for Cotton.
patronage which we have en
endon friends, we desire to ex
mn to visit our handsome estab
and let us give you a forecast
things in Plaid Skirtings, in
;, and the new colorings in Ve
s? We are showing the most
rge and varied assortment of
imings, we are showing an up-.
1 our Cloak and Cape Depart
these garments you about save
ag; and is not that a good deal?
mises this season by an addi
r space, our' House Furnishing
>lete than ever.
Rugs, Art Squares, Novelty
le Portiers, Lace and Tambour
apestries for upholstering pur
ased to have you call and ask
ading Dress-Making Establish
1s Standard Patterns. Ladies'
rFL. M. C.