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PrBL1SHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING. S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15, 1899.
If you want good Shoes that will give you
good service and comfort, come to our
store and you will get them.
The best Oil Grain Men's Work Shoe for
only $1 25 per pair.
A Men's nice high quarter Brogan, only
$1 per pair.
Women's - ice Dongola Button for dress,
only $1 10 per pair.
Women's Pebble Grain Button, only $1
A nice line of Ladies', Gents' and Chil
dren's Shoes for dress at the lowest possible
cash prices. When you want good Shoes
come to see us and you will not be disap
Do you want first class Groceries cheap?
Well, ccme to see us. Forty pounds best
Patent Flour for $1; 50 pounds good Fam
ily Flour, only $1; 18 pounds Granulated
Sugar for $1; good Rice, 50c per peck; best
Carolina Rice, 75c per peck; Maccaroni, 10c
per pound, or three pounds for 25e; good
Coffee, 8, 10 and 12 1.2c per poand. Try
our Old Government Java Coffee. blended,
at 25c per pound; this is something fine.
Dried Peaches, 12 1.2c per pound; Evapo
rated Apples, 10c per pound; nice red
King Apples, very flue, only 35c per peck.;
nice Snowflake Crackers, only 10c per 1b.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
Hon. Jos. F. Rhame has returned home
improved in health.
The work of clearing out the foundation
of the Walker store has begun.
Tarbell Cheese at McLeod's. It is the
Our merchants are putting in Christmas
goods, anticipating a large trade for the
You can get a nice Tooth Brash from
So up, at Brockinton's.
Mr. D. M. Smoot of Foreston has accept
ed a position with Messrs. Thomas & Brad
ham as bookkeeper.
French Rat Traps, 50c. each. Manning
There is no excuse now for people to vio
late the bicycle ordinance, as the council
have had signs put up showing the limit.
Pure Apple Vinegar at the R. B. Loryea,
drug store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Preaching at Fellowship church next
Sunday at 11, o'clock a m Sabbath school
at 3:30 p m and preaching again at 4 o'clock
Just received, a new supply of Writting
Tablets, from 1c to 10c, at Brockinton's.
Mr P A King and wife of Hartsville are
on a visit to Mr W G King. Mr P A King
is now convalescent from a desperate ill
Go to J W Mc] eod's for Dried Fruit, Cit
ron, Currants, Raisins and Jellies.
Miss Mollie Avant has opened up a mil
linery parlor next door to the postoffice,
where she invites her friends to inspect her
Stove Gasoline 20c. per gallon. Man
ning Hardware Co.
Married by Magistrate Dicksron last WVed
neday night, Mr. John Hodge .and Miss
Jerusha Tindall, daughter of Mr. J. B. Tin
dal of the Fork.
Harness, Harness, Harness, bargains,
bargains, bargains. Legg & Hutchinson
are anxious to see you.
Mr. Lionel Stukes has decided te remain
in Mauning, and he is to be a member of
a new drug firm that will shortly open up
in the McLeod block.
Don't forget the Florence two-horse Wag
ons. up-to-date and hard to crowd. Leg
& Hutchsnson sell them.
We are informed that Manning is soon
to have additional hotel accommodations.
The Manning hotel is to be opened as a
hotel the early part of next year.
We are still headquarters for all fine
Perfumery and Extracts. -'all and exam
ine our stock. Brockinton.
Dr Me~xey Lee, who shot and killed his
father in Darlington county,, a convicted
of mur ter and recommended to mercy. He
was sentenced to the penitentiary for life.
One thousand bushels of good Peas, clean
of hulls and dirt, wanted at Legg & Hut
Died suddenly, nea:: .?ine Grove las
Thursday, Mr. William Welcb, aged about
48 years. The deceased was a highly re
srected farmer and left a large family to
niourn his loss.
Full assortment of Sewing Machine Nee
dles at the R. B. Loryea drug stcre, Isaac
M. Loryea, Prop.
Probate Judge Windham will hereaftter
have Mondays and Saturdays of each week
s his office days. Persons having busi
iess in the office of the Prob ite .1udige will
i< membel~r the .1.ys.
Those who hare sown our o'uts have line
stands; they will come up for you too;
they are advancing in price every O.&y.
Come in a hurry. Legg & Hutchinson.
Mr. C. WV. Kendall returnewd fromn New
York last Sunday morning. There ai-e no
enpty stores in town at present for him to
6pen'up), but if his plans turn out as he
wishes, he will be in the ring again.
Jst received, Green and bh ek tea, a
beautiful blend at the Rt. B3. Loryt diug
store, Isaac M. Lorye-a, larp.
Huskeepers that will want to prepare
those nice dainties for Christmas can be
sipied, with a fresh let of ra:sins, car
rants citron, jellies and everything else in'
the 'big dinner" line at J. W. McLeod's.
I probes-heaps and stacks of Lap
ro~es- from $1.25 to $0. We have aotuinzg
to sell at or below cost, bnt just a little profit
and you can have it. Leg.; & H;;tebinson
Charleston' is to have a gala week, be
ginning next Monday. '[he railroads will
give reduced rates and the programi ar
ranged for the pleasure of visitors is a very
elaborate one. Clarendon no doubt will be
A new lot of the Russell one-horse Wag
ns just arrived. 'These wagons were
bought before the advance and so we are
going to sell them lowv down for the cash.
Legg & Hutchinson.
Miss Mollie Avant an experienced n jil
liner is now ready to greet her many friends
t the Ladies Emporium, next door to the
post office; sbe is prepared to supply the
demand for holhday millinery at up-to-date
prices and of the latest styles.
A lot already arrived and every train
binging more. Young Men's Buggies on
17, 18 and 19-inch bodies; old folks' Bug
gies on 20 and 22-inch bodies, Double Bug
gies, Surries and take-out-seat Buggies.
Legg & Hutchinson.
The R. B. Loryea drug store advertise
ments are attracting a good deal of atten
tion. They are certainly unique. Propri
etor . M. Loryea is a man of literary at
tainments and the way he puts his ads ex
ibts som of the characteristics of the
Remember that on the ist of December
all of our subscribers who have complied
with the conditions will have their names
sent on and they will receive tLat splendid
agricultural journal, The Farm and lone,
without additional cost. It is an opportu
nity no one should miss.
"Sweets to the Sweet." Fine French
Confections at 25c and 35e a box, at the I.
B. Loryea, drug store, Isaac M. Loryea,
We call atten ion to S L Krasnofts card
as a general contractor, Mr Krasnoff receiv
ed his technical education in Russia, and
since coming to this country he has had a
large practical experience. le is now
building a handsome residence for Dr J F
Geiger, and has done some very fine work
in other parts of the county.
Men's and Boys' Riding Saddles, Bridles
and Blankets of all sorts and all kinds.
from the cheapest to the finest. If Tou are
looking for bargains we are looking and
waiting for you. Legg & Hutchinson.
There is a little dissatisfaction existing
about the contingent fee that is being
charged by the trustees of the Moses Levi
lemorial Institute, but we are sure if those
complaining fully understood the necerssity
for the change, they would lay aside their
objections and work in harmony with the
trustees to make our school what it should
Wurtzburger's Malt Extract, a Food, a
Tonic and au Invigorator for the weak,
sick and convalescent at the R. B. Lor
yea, drug store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
The issue of THn TDiEs dated 13th De
cember will be the handsomest paper ever
gotten up in this State. We have arranged
to have a special holiday edition that is
very expensive and we will send it out on
the 13th so that our readers will get the
benefit of Christmas inducements offered
by our merchants. It is to be a four-page
supplement hansomely lithographed, and
the beautiful pictures will be worth saving
A full assortment of Woods Tested and
Tried Turnip Seed Wood's Rye Seed.
Wood's Silver Skin, Yellow Danvers and
Pearl Onion Sets at the R. B. Loryea drug
store, Isaac M. Loryea, prop.
We heartily agree with the views express
ed by Mr J C Lanham in a communication
in this issue, and we hope the people will
agitate this important matter. The matter
of good roads and how to procure them
would be a good theme for discussion at a
public meeting, and out of the multitude of
wisdom perhaps our representatives may
be put in possession of a scheme which
would result in giving Clarendon a first
class system of go-d roads.
To purity and enrich the blood,strength
en the nerves and invigorate the system,
use Dr M A Simmons' liver mcdicine. Sold
by Dr WN M Brockinton.
A communication sent to this office, the
writer of which is certainly unacquainted
with our methods. We do not permit the
use of our columns for the abuse of any
body, whether it is an opponent or any one
else. THE Tnzs is not gratifying the
grievances that people have against others,
nor is it sneaking about to curry favor; it
is here to do business in a business way
and to speak its convictions without regard
to consequences. If people have grievances
against this paper they are entitled to our
columns, but we do not propose that our
columns shall be used to pour out com
plaints against others. This is our reason
why a certain communication has not ap
peared in these columns and we hope it is
A magnificent line of Soaps, Pears, scent
ed and unscented, 4711 White Rose Glyce
rine, Parker's Tar, Glenn's Sulphur, Cosmo
Butter Milk, Elder, Flower and many
other favorite brands it the R. B. Loryea
dru;; store, Isaac M. Loryea, prop.
Mr J H Lesesne has a lette' in Saturday's
Columbia State which is a Tne and well
put presentation of Manning s growth and
Clarendon's resources. The article is a
good advertisement and is calculated to do
us much good. Had we more of such in
troductions to the outside world our growth
would be faster. We are glad thait Mr
Lesesne used his able pen in such a good.
ause, and all of our people should appre
iate his effort to benefit our town and
county. The paper shows what Manning
used to be, and what it is now, the amounti
of cash trade to date and the wonderful in
crease in the sales of tobacco at the ware
houses in this place. It is just such com
munications that will cause people from
other sections to come to see ins, investi
gate our resources and make their homes
among us; the effect is that every man wno
owns property in town or country is bene
fited thereby. Mr Lesesne's article opens
up an opportunity to create a demand for
our property and to give a pushing im
petus to every line of industry. We hope
Mr Lesesne will continue writing such let
The flashing eye, buoyant footstep and
rosy complexion result from the use of Dr
M A Simmons' liver medicine. Sold by Dr
W 31 Brockinton.
A white man by tha name of N D Cad
dell, hailing from Clyde, Darlington coun
ty, arrived in Manning last Thursday
night on the train fromu Columbia. He
says that he was to get off the train at Sum
ter, but when he reached that place he was
asleep and was carried by. He was put off
here and when he came up .n he fell
into the hands of a negro who offered to
show him awhere be taight get a place to
spend the night. Casddell was piloted
about by this negio until he reached
Church street, in the rear of the Galluchat
premises, and there he was struck with a
piece of timber. 'rhe patrty doing the strik
ing informed him that he was Bill Dixon
and demanded his money or his life. Cad
dell, unable to defend himself, gave up his
purse which contain-d several dollars, be
tween six and eight, lie thinks; one piece
of the money was a $5 bill. Caddell's head
and face was badly bruised and he left the
next morning for his home. T1he polics, as
soon as they learned of the occurrence,
went immediately to work on the case and
Ben Dickey and Walter Wilson were ar
rested as suspects. Caddell was notified of
these arrests and is expected to come here
t identify his assailants.
"-Reading maketh a full man." To be
come so, call at the R. B. Loryea drug
store. Isaac M1. Loryea, proprietor, and in
mpc hi ie of standard and light liter
atue i bondand paper covered editions.
K~oasuperb collection of the Englisti
poets from Chaucer to Tennyson, and the
American i~ots from Bryant to Longfellow.
Prices on all of the above books very rea
Did you attend the State fair? It not
you missed the largest attendance known
to the closest observer. The wveather was
lovely and everybody was lovaly disposed;
during our stay we did not see a drnken
man, nor anything which would mar the
pleasure of the festivities. Clarendon was
well represented, and especially was the.re
a good attendance from Manning, although
one of our Manningites had the erquisite
pleasure of spending Wednesday at Wedge
ield where he had a fine opportunity to
see how fast the passenger trains went by
that point. He also had an opportunity to
study his bible lesson far Sunday, and
then he boarded a freight train and reach
ed Columbia in time to see '-George." [This
Manningite wears the distinction of being
the only man between this place and Col
umbia that refuse to smile all day Wedne+
day, but after he reached the outskirts of
Columbia and "doted and carried one" all
the way down a mile or so of railroad track,
he managed to find "George" and he laugh
ed because "George" was a dandy; but oh,
what a difference on the way back, he was
all smiles and had not the slightest incli
nation to get off at Wedgefield when that
station was reached; in tact, when asked
by a fellow passenger tbe name of the sta
tion he didn't know. WVe all enjoyed the
It will not be a surprise to any who are
at all familar with the good qualities of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, to know
that people sverywhere take pleasure in
relating their experiences in the use of that
splendid medicine and in telling of the
benefit they have received from it, oi bad
colds it has cured, of threatened attacks of
pheumonia it has averted and of the chil
dren it has saved from attacks of croup an d
whooping cough. It is a grand, good med
icine. For sale at the R. B. Loryca drug
Sneak thievs are not as common in this
coimmunity as they are in s'>mc, tespi.eci1lly
in cities do these 1estfer'-u< scaiips hoo-p
people worried, bit ci h:.st 6aturday the
boldest atte:upt at sneak-thieving ever at
tempted in these parts was committeaI by
Goodman Taylor a black rascal from Silver.
Mr. Frank C. Ford, traveling salesman for
Lucas & Richardson, Stationers in Char
leston, went into the store of Mr. .J W.
McLeod, placed his grip upon the counter
and walked off waiting for Mr McLeod to
get through with those with whom he was
busily engaged. When the chance to speak
with Mr McLeod came, Ford went to get
his sample ease, an1 it was gone. ie look
ed all over the store and from there he
searched every store and lot in the town,
also making inquiries about the missin'
sample case which contained nothing t
value. except to the owner and to him t
was of great vailre Mr Ford, in his sarch I
ascertaiinc:l that a:.;ro w:Is c:aw~h:
grip sim:ar to the one he a. v k'. O,
going tow.a.i Si. r, and be follow. ( _the
cou1r.-e indicatedl to him: when he readAcI
a distanc; of ab:>ut foar iiles frotu town
be cam .ra? s the tuan with the grip who
turned out to !.- G ,olm u iay'lr, iiving
on Mr Br.iggs' ;iace at Silver. The s.n
ples of stationery had been taken frotn the
case and scatt-d, . Ford recove red
most of these, but still lacks the mast ih
portant of all, his order book. Taylor was
wade to give np the grip, and was given
his choice, indictment or a licking, the lat
ter was chosen ),- him and he got it to the
full satisfaction :.f Mr Ford. A good strong
whale-bone buggy whip was used by a
powerful man accusto:med to the handling
of a whip. an.] when he finished his wo'k
Taylor's back had the appearance of the
newspaper maps of the Transvaal. Taylor
is an old offin.ier, and has not sa lon
been released from the chaingang.
You may do without love
What is love but repining?
But where is the man that
Can do without dining?
We carry a superb line of Chocoltr,
Cocoa, Eagle Condensed Milk, Essence ot
Coffee, Durycas Corn Starch, elatine,
Mustard 10 and 15 cent boxes. The R. B.
Loryca, drug store, Isaac M Loryea, Prop.
Who Will Start the Ballk!
The time is drawing near for our
representatives to begin shaping
their affairs for the coming session
of the General Assembly and one of
the most important things to con
sider is how to make the revenues
pay running expenses and at the
same time lower our taxes. It is dif
ficult to estimate the expenses of a
county, because there is no way of
knowing just how much it will take
to run the courts, repair and build
new bridges and many other items;
some years these outlays are more
than others. Heretofore it has been
the custom for the representatives to
make the levy according to the pre
vious year's expense, but the result
has been that the county did not get
enough funds to meet the indebted
ness. Our information frm the Su
pervisor's office is that there is every
prospect to pay off all the indebted
ness existing against the county and
that we may make a fresh start next
year without ary debts whatever.
If this be correct we see no reason
why the levy should nut be reduced.
Then if some of the offices now run
by fees should be put on the salary
list with the fees turned into the
treasury, the taxpayers may be able
to derive some benefit from this
source. For instance, if the income
of the office of Clerk of Court by fees
is $1,500 a year and the office is put
on a $1,000 a year salary, $500 would
be turned into the treasury, a sum
sufficient to run the office of- Super
intendent of Education. Then if the
Sheriff's office is required to do the
constable work for the magistrate at
the county seat there would be an*
additional saving to the taxpayers
of $200 per year, a sum sufficient to
pay the salaries of two magistrates
away from the county seat.
We throw out these hints for our
representatives and the people to
ponder over, and we think it wvould
be a good idea for the people to give
expression to their views upon all
matters affecting the county's inter
ests. The time to speak out is before
the Legislature convenes, and if
there could be a public meeting in
the court house on the first Monday
in December to discuss a way and
means to better our condition, to
make our taxes less burdensome, to
make such improvements as are
needed, the representatives would go
to Columbia with an intelligent idea
of the wants of the people. We hope
some one will think well enough of
this suggestion to call a public meet
ing, and should it be done, every sec
tion of the county should be repre
sented. This meeting should be de
void of politics, but teeming full of
business and every man attending,
should be there with his mind cen
tered on the various interests affect
ing the county and its taxpayers.
Finest line of Stationery in Tcwn Box
Paper at 50c 40c 35e 55c 15c 10c and 5c.
Writing Pads for Pencil 200 pages for 5c
2 Pads of over OLe hundred pages each for
c, Writing Pads for Pen 10e and Sc, Ink-s
in Black, Violet, Red at 5e a bottie, Ink
Wells at i0c, an endless supply of Lead
Pencils, Indellible Pencils, Pens at a!!
prices. Mucilage etc. etc. Mourning Paper
at 25c a Box, at the iR. B. Loryea drug store,
Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Not Bill Difxon.
There appeared in the papers a
letter from Texas to Governor Mc
Sweeney making inquiries about a
negro supposed to have fled from
this State, and the description led
Sheriff Bradham to hasten a letter
to the authorities, hoping they had
captured Bill Dixon. In reply the
sheriff received a letter describing
the captured man, and two photo
graphs, giving views of the full face
and side face which are now tacked
up in the sheriff 's office. The photo
graphs do not bear the slightest re
semblance to Bill Dixon. He gave
his name as Jim Gates and is now be
ing held at San Augustine, Texas.
The letter gives the following de
scription: Twenty-six years old, 5
feet 51 inches high; has two sears
hack of right hip, one deep and
plain, the other rather dim; one long
scar on forehead just above and a
little to the left of the left eye; one
scar on back of head; vaccination
scar on forearm and underside of left
arm; black negro, with short, black
hair and one scar rather ditm on back
of left hand.
The description is almost com1plete
'of Bill Dixon, but the photographs
show perfectly plain that he is not
the notorious negro so anxiously
You may break, you may shatter the vase
it von wvill,
But the scent of the rose clings arona it
hat is if you use Eastman's, Garwood's
and Lazell's~ Extracts to be had at the it.
B. Loryea drug store, Isaac M. Loryea,
You can't judge the size of a man's
.brain by the amount of noise he
Society's Elite are using these Scientific
Toilet Prep~erations, Euthymol Cream,
.Euthymol Tooth Paste, Euthtymol Powder,
for the Complexion, Nursery and bath,
These preparations bear the imprint of
Parke Davis & Co., which is a synonym for
Purity, the iR. B. Loryea, drug store, Isaac
M. Loryea, Prop.
A great many men reason mn a cir
cle; that's why there is no end to their
Weary women need an occasional dose
of Dr 31 A Simmons' liver medicine to
strengthen their nerves and invigorate
,I, eir tes sol bv Dr W M1 lrochic
Every man has his price, but few
of them ever get it.
The giri's friend. Simmons' Squaw Vzae
Wine or Tablets, cause natural appearance
and regular monthly return of rtUses.
Sold by Dr W M Brockinton.
A wise man is always known by the
company he keeps-out of.
George Noland, Rockland, 0, says: "My
wife had piles forty years. DeWitt's With
Hazel Salve cured her. It is the best salve
in America."' It heals everything and enres
all skin diseases. D 0 Rh.tme, summer
ton: Dr W M Brockinton, Manning.
The best way to get even with a
man is to pay what you owe him.
The reliable cure for leucorrhoa, ovarian
iSuords and f fling of womb, is Sim
ions' Squaw Vine Wine or Tab'-rs. Sold
by Dr W M Brockiniton.
Tie ice man sells more ice than he
-1 wouldn't be without DeWitt's Witch
iazel Salve for any inons-i:leration,'' writes
T:,s ' Rhodes, Centernield, 0. Infailible
for piles, cuts, burnis and skin diseases.
b1eware of counterfeits. D 0 Rhane. Sum
morzou; Dr V M Brockinton, Manning.
A warm bite is not a soft snap for
the tramp who gets it from a dog.
To reculate the menses, stop flooding'
aid tc.o frequent appearance of menses,
take Simmons' Squaw Vine Wine or Tab
lets. -old by Dr W 1 Brockinton.
The glossy patent leather shoe
hides many a throbbing corn.
Dr W Hixon, Italy Hill, N Y, says: "I
heartily recommend One Minute Cough
Cure. It gave my wife immediate relief in
suffocating asthma." Pleasant to take.
Never fails to quickly cure all coughs, colds,
throat and ling troubles. D 0 Rhame,
Summerton; Dr W' M Brockinton. Man
The full dress suit often covers an
Temporary derangement of digestion,
through overwork, worry or emotional ex
citement, are quickly rectified by Dr 31 A
Simmons' liver medicine. Sold by Dr W
It is said that banana peels make
I had dyspepsia fifty-seven years and
never found permanent relief till I used
Kodul Dyspepsia Cure. Now I am well
and feel like a new man, writes S J Flem
Iu, iurray, Neb. It is the best digestant
known. Cures all forms of indigestion.
Physicians everywhere prescribe it D 0
R'aamu, Su:merton; Dc W M lroekinton,
The pawnbroker is always a loan
Monthly and bearing-down pains, atten
dant upon irregular and suppressed men
struaon, are relieved by Siumons' Squaw
Vine Wine or Tablets. Sold by Dr W 31
The worst of all "isms" is the rheu
Dr 11 H Haden, Summit, Ala, says: "I
think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a splendid
medicine. I precribe it, and my confi
dence in it.grows with continued use." It
digmsts what you eat and quickly cnres
dyspepsia and indigestion. D 0 Rhame,
Summerton; Dr W M Brockinton, Man
Never look a toy pistol in the muz
Chamberlain's cough remedy has saved
the lives of thousands of croupy children.
It is also without an equal for colds and
whoopingz cough. For sal e by R. B. Lor
yea, druggist. [janlay
Talk is cheap-especially when you
make use of your neighbors tele
Mrs F J Dickson, Westminster, S C,
writes: "Eleven years ago I was for six
uwnths unable to do my work, and Dr M! A
Simmons' liver medicine restored me to
good health. Think one package of it
worth a dozen of Zeilin's." Sold by Dr W
M! Brockin ton.
Beas the heKind You Have Always Bouight
R. B. Loryea
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Propr.
the - Mortar.
MANNING, S. C.,
"A celebrated artist once explained
his success by saying that he mixed
his paints with brains."
The painter' that uses his brains
LONOMAN & MARTINEZ'S
Justly Celebrated Paints.
We Are Sole Agents.
And carry a complete line of these
Paints in White, Black and all other
Wagon and Carriage Paints
IN ALL COLORS.
Venetian Red, Princes Metallic Paint
In any quantity-1 lb. to 1,000 lbs
at lowest market quotations.
OILS, OILS, OILS.
Raw Linseed, Boiled Linseed, Neats
foot, Lubricating, Castor, Ma
chine, Japan, Varnishes, As
phaltum, etc., etc.
Kerosene Oil, Aladdin,
Kerosene Oil, Fire Proof.
Before placing your orders on
IPaints, Oils, etc., etc., communicate
with us and we will furnish esti
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Propr.,
MANNING, S. C.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN MORTAR.
We have a complete line of Glass
constantly in stock in all sizes, Putty
and Triangles, Glass Cutter Combi
W. E. JENKINSON'S
We now have in stock the largest line of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes,
Clothing and Groceries of any house in this town, and what is better still,
we sell our various lines of goods at priees which put our competitors to
Yard-wide Sea Island Homespuns at 5c per yard that are well worth Cc.
Good Calicoes at 4c. Good Outings at 4, 6J, 8 and 10c.
Nice Blankets at 60, 75c, $1, $1.50 and $5 per pair. Comforts at 75c, $1
and $1.50 each.
A full line of all kinds of Domestic Dry Goods at prices that will surely
NOW IS A GOOD TIME
To visit our Remnant Bargain Counter, for we have just gone through our
entire stock and thrown out all Remnants and put them on our Bargain
Counter and marked them down AT COST, and I tell you there is a big pile
of them, too, so come and get what you want before they are picked over.
Capes and Jackets.
We have just gotten in another line of Capes and Jackets, and we have
them at prices that will astonish our customers when they see them.
A nice Cloth Cape for only 50c. This is a better price than when cotton
was 4c per pound. A nice Black Silk Plush Cape for only $2.50 that was
never sold for less than $4.50.
A nice line of Ladies' Jackets at from $3.50 to $5. Misses' Jackets from
$3 to $3.50 each. When you want Jackets and Wraps see us.
Our Millinery Department
Was never in better trim to serve the wants of our lady friends than now.
A new stock just in at the lowest possible prices. Call at our Millinery De
partment and see the latest Puff Crown Hats, they are something new. We
also have something new to show in Ladies' Dog Collar Belts..
We try to keep everything in our Millinery Department to please our
Our Shoe Department.
In the dry summer and fall months it is very easy for people to get
along with the cheap paper bottom shoes that are sold here, but as the
cold winter days approach people must get something more substantial
something that will protect the feet from the cold, damp weather. Now, if
you want a good, reliable Shoe, something that you can depend on, call at
our store and we will sell them to you.
Remember that our Black Bottom H. C. Godman line of Shoes for La
dies', Boys' and Children is the best and cheipest line of Shoes ever offered
for sale on this continent. We have sold thousands of pairs of them and
have never had a complaint from them. We guarantee every pair of them.
When you want good Shoes, come to see us.
We have now in our store the greatest line of Winter Underwear for
Gents', Ladies and Children ever offered in this town at the money we ask
for it. Men's All-Wool Suits, Shirt and Drawers, at $2 and $3 per suit.
Men's Heavy Fleece-Lined Shirts and Drawers at $1.25 per Suit, Shirt
and Drawers. We have these goods in Shirts only. without the drawers.
A large line of Gents' Cotton Shirts at 20c each that are sold elsewhere
at 25c each. Call and see our line of Men's Drill Drawers. Canton Flannel
Drawers at 25 and 50e per pair.
Our line of Ladies' and Children's Undervests was never more complete.
Ladies' nice Union Suits at 75c per Suit. Ladies' nice Cotton Undervests at
30, 50 and 75c per pair. Infants' Lamb's Wool Undervests, in all sizes, very
cheap. Ladies' All-Wool Jersey Ribbed Undervests at $2 per pair.
Our Notion Department.
We keep on hand all the time a full line of Notions. Nice Wool Jersey
Gloves at 25e per pair. Men's nice Wool Driving Gloves at 50c per pair.
Ladies' nice Kid Gloves, every pair warranted, well worth $1.25, but we
only ask you $1 for them.
A full line of Harvin's Famous Fast Black Seamless Hose for Gents',
Ladles and Children. We are agents for Harvin's Hose and keep them in
W. E. JENKINSON.
We onywant to say a few words to our
friends and the purchasing public this week.
2 At the store of M. Levi's Estate a complete
M stock of New Goods has been received for the
Sfall and winter.
C We buy in many instances direct from
- the factories, and the long and well established
2 standing of this business puts us in position to
Sget the best prices, which we always give our
Scustomers the benefit of.
S Remember that we carry EVERYTHING
to be found in a General Merchandise business
3 ademploy a force of courteous gentlemen to
w ait on our friends and customers.
S Comne and see us when you have any buy
6 ing to do, and if you have been everywhere +
Selse and cannot' find what you want, come and
see us anyhow, and probably we have the ar-2
One other thing. We give the highest
I market prices for cotton. We get several re
ports from Liverpool each day and reports on
the cotton market every twenty minutes from
New York while the exchange is open. Things
Sthat happen in. Liverpool at 12 o'clock noon
I 8 we often know here by 10 or 10:30 the same
S day. Bring us your cotton.
8 D. & A. LE VL
WE BEG TO 0000+
To our many customers who called for Anti-Rust Tinware while
we were temporarily "out of it," that we now have it in
Scalders, Milk Pans, Pudding Pans, Wash
Basins, Water Buckets, Teapots and Dippers,
and will endeavor to always have it in future by buying in large quanti
ties. Our sales of this Ware have exceeded our expectations by many dol
We have just received ten dozen of the best AXES ever brought to this
market for chopping pine timber. These Axes are made after a pattern es
pecially adapted to chopping in the gummy pine timber of North and
South Carolina, having long, narrow blades. We bad these made under
our own brand and every Axe is carefully tempered and guaranteed free
from flaws in manufacture.
We still have a few
CANE MILLS AND EVAPORATORS.
on hand to be sold at low prices.
The season for shooting has arrived and sportsmen can fit themselves
out at our place with almost everything needed by them.
We have 10,000 Club and Rival Shells that we are selling at popular
Also Cartridge Belts and Bags, Hunting Coats and Leggings.
We have also a splendid lot of Guns for boys. We are selling an excel
lent Single-Barrel Breach-Loading Gun at $5.73 up, while for men we have
a Double-Barrel Breach Loader for $9.50 up.
Yllaning Hardware Company.
HERE WE ARE!*
Have you been to my store to take advantage of the
many bargains I have to offer?
Others may blow and bluster, but the proof of the pud
ding is the chewing of the string, and when you come to my
store there will be no such thing as tempting baits in order
to induce you to begin purchasing, and then after you have
commenced to make your bill, the profits increase on the
goods you need most and have to buy in larger quantities.
My friends, I am here to tell you that I intend to sell my
goods at a living profit aid you do not expect me to do oth
erwise. Let me show you my
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES,
CLOTHING, HATS, ALL KINDS OF
HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES, CROCKERY,
. CUTLERY AND WOODENWARE.
My Grocery stock is as complete as any store in town,
with all prices as low as the lowest, and goods guaranteed.
When you come to town be sure to call on
W. G. King
[Just Received -i
A lot of Sample Shoes at prices to interest
any one who wears them. Come early before the
Ssizes are broken and look at our specialties in
Men's, Ladies', Boys' and iMisses' Goods.
Have also just opened up a cheap and pretty lot 9
Sof CR C R M E
Look at our line of
~Dry oos Notions, -3
For the benefit of our farmer friends we are sell- 2
Sing the prettiest Red Rust-Proof Seed Oats ever
Sbrought to this market.
Thanking you for favors, Ilam,
l'R. M. ST R ANCEI
Take Care of Your Eyes.
We take this method of informing our friends and the public generally
that we hav e just received a nic assortment of the best Glassee made, and
are prepared to furnish our customers with accurate and scientific aids to
vision. Our prices are on the "Live and Let Live" plan; hence you can,
We havu Spcace an fro us aGlasses of all styles, grades and prices.
W. I. BROCKINTON.
Watches and Jewelry.
I want my friends and the public generally to know that when in need of a
Wedding, Birthday or Christmas Present,
That in the future, as well as the past, I am prepared to supply them. My line of
Watches Clocks Sterling Silyer Diamonds Jewelry Cut Glass
Fine China Wedgewood Spectacles and Eye Glasses
Is complete, and it will afford me pleasure to show them.
Special and prompt attention given to all Repairing in my line
at prices to suit the times.
Atantic Coast Line L. W.FOLSOM, S'"TR