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PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AN]) TOWN
MANNING. S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27, 1899.
Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
Remember the Holiday Sale
At our store, starting Monday, Dec.
4th, and lasting through the month
of December. Dry Goods, Clothing,
Shoes, Fine Dress Goods and Milli
nery will be sold at reduced prices.
..Raisins, Currants, Citron and Pul
verized Sugar for making that
Christmas cake very cheap. We
have all kinds of Fancy Candies at
our store in great quantity and vari
ety very cheap.
We want all the Stock Peas in the
country, will pay the spot cash for
them, but they must be well cleaned
of trash. Very fine Apples, 40c per
pk; Dried Apples, 10c per lb; Dried
Peaches, 121c per lb; best Java Cof
fee, blended, only 25c per lb; best
Rio Coffee at 8, 10 and 121c per lb;
best Patent Flour. 40 lbs for $1; good
Family Flour, 50 lbs for $1; very fine
Break'fast Bacon at 12tc perlb; Pick
led Tripe, 5e per lb; Pickled Corned
Beef Rolls, only 10c per lb; Cheese,
20c per lb; a large lot of Sausage
Seasoning, l0 per pkg; one package
of this seasoning will season 10 lbs
of meat; Pulverized Black Pepper,
20c per lb. See the Soap we are sell
ing two cakes for 5c. Just received,
a large lot of Hecker's Buctwheat
and Hecker's Oatmeal which w e offer
at the lowest prices.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Cash paid for Corn Peas and Hay at Legg
Dolls of all kinds at Rhame's drug store.
Miss .Maude Brock of Panola is visiting
her sister Mrs. J. H. Rigby.
Tarbell Cheese at McLeod's. It is the
Dr J A James of Cheraw is in Manning
visiting his daughter Mrs. H D Plowden.
French Rat Traps, 50c. each. Manning
You can get a nice Tooth Brush from
Se up, at Brockinton's.
Miss Mollie Jones was taken to Colum
bia last Thursday and placed in the hospi
tal for the insane for treatment.
Novelties of various kinds, for all ages.
Ithame's drug store.
Stove Gasoline 20c. per gallon. Man
ning Hardware Co.
Died near Packsville last Friday, Mrs.
Ann Thames, relict of the late Brown
Thames, aged about 60 years.
Pure Apple Vinegar at the R. B. Loryea,
drug store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Go to J W Mceod's for Dried Fruit, Cit
ron, Currants, Raisins and Jellies.
Married at Workman, by Rev. S. E Bis
hop, on Sunday 19th inst, Mrs. Orah PI.im
mar and Mr. Hubert Smith.
All kinds of Toys for the little folks at
Rhiame's drug store.
Headquarters for Wedding and Christ
toas Presents at S.R. Venning's jewelry and
A very sensible communication on the
road question reached us too late for this
week's issue; it will appear next weet.
Just received, a new supply of Writting
Tablets, from 1c to 10c, at Brockinton s.
Buggies, Buggies, Buggies.-First class,
up to date, and prices right. Le gg &
Kendall has opened up again with bar
gains offered the public. His store is in the
Ma,-zso Txxzs block. Read his adver
Fresh Garden Seeds to arrive at Rhame's
drug store December 20th.
Full assortment of Sewing Machine Nee
dles at the BR. B. Loryea drug store, Isaac
M. Loryea, Prop.
Our absence last week was the cause of
severatimportant items not getting into
the paper; in the hurry to catch a train we
forgot to leave our note book,
Toy Guns, Air Guns, Toy Pistols, Horns'
etc. Rhame's drug store.
Married, on Tuesday, Nov. 28th, at the
residence of the bride's father, Mr. J. M
Strange, by Rev. WV. A. Pitts,Mr. J. Champ~
Strange and Miss Cori strange.
We are still headquarters for all fine
Perfumery and Extracts. Call and exam
ine our stock. Brockinton.
The Manning contingent of Charleston'
gala festivities returned home much pleas
d with the trip, and ne.arly all of theix
have a kind word for the historic old city
Just received, Green and black tea,
beautiful blend at the R. B. Loryea dru1
store, Icaac M. Loryea, prop.
Lap Robes, extra Buggy and Cart Cush
ions, Baggy Shafts and Poles, Buggy Um
brlla's, Baggy Whips, etc. Legg & Hutch
WVatch for Tan TIMzs' issue of t'.ie 13t1
of December. It will be a beauty, the hand
someost ever gotten up in the State and
will have the effect of advertising the towr
"Sweets to the Sweet." Fine Frencd
Confections at 25c and 35c a box, at the B
B. Loryea, drug store-, Isaac M. Lorya
Probate Judge Windham will hereafte:
have Mondays and Saturdays of each weel
as his office days. Persons having busi
ness in the office of the Probate Judge wil
reember the days.
Wurtzburger's Malt Extract, a Food,
Tonic and au Invigorator for the weak
sick and convaiescent at the Rt. 1B. Lor
yea, drug store, Isaac Md. Loryea, Prop.
A new lot of the "Russel!" one-horse an<
"Florence" two-horse Wagons just in. I
you want the best Wagons for the les
money this is the place. Legg & Hutchin
Trhere will be a Union Thanksgivini
service at the Methodist church tomorro'
morning at 11:30 o'clock. The public i
invited to attend; Rev. James McDowel
will conduct the service.
Free Admission.-To the Harness an<
Saddlerv show now at I-egg & Hutchinsonx
stables-20 new sets just arrived, finest se
lection ever shown in Manning. Legg
In the State Supreme court, in the cas
of Annie E Hodge, respondent agaire
Alice Hodge and H L B Hodge appellants~
for recovery of land, the judgement of tb
court below was reversed.
Housekeepers that will want to prepar
those nice dainties for Christmas can b
supplied, with a fresh lot of raisins, cm
rants, citron, jellies and everything else i1
the '-big dinner" line at J. W. McLeod's.
.ing Sunday morning at the Meth
ume church by the pastor. As this is th
last Sunday before conference, it is mos
earnestly urged that all of the members b
present. There are some matters of grea
intres ,a imporanco be hprnsented.
A missionary prayer meeting will take
place in the Methodist parsonage nest Fri
day afternoon at 4 o'clock. All the ladies are
invited to attend, and taey are also re
minded to bring their Thanksgiving offe
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.
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.
Governor McSweeney anti staff will re
view the military in Charleston tomorrow
and the editor of THE Trmns is under obli
gations for a cordial invitation to be the
guest of the entertaining committee. We
hope to be able to be present,
If you have a good gentle Horse, don't
drive him with broken Harness all tied up
with strings, you may rain him-Legg &
Hutchinson have every piece or part of
both single and double Harness to sell sep
Walter Wilson the colored boy arrested
for robbing Mr. Caddell a white man com
ing from the State fair and by mistake was
carried by Sumter, has been commited to
jail in default of bond, and from what we
can gather he virtually admitted his guilt.
Tennessee Horses and Mules.-A car load
will arrive at our stables this week. We
have been very careful in making this se
lection and have some fine saddle and driv
ing Horses. Our Mules are suitable for
both farm and wagon purposes. Legg &
A friend wishes some confederate stamps,
and has requested us to endeavor to get
some for him. If any of our readers have
any among their old papers we would be
glad to get them; if they are on old envel
opes so much the better. Who will stnd
The reliable cure for leucorrhoa, ovarian
disorders and fLlling of womb, is Sim
mons' Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets. Sold
by Dr W M Brockinton.
Remember that on the 1st of December
all of our subscribers who have complied
with the conditions will have their names
sent on and they will receive that splendid
agricultural journal, The Farm and Home,
without additional cost. It is an opportu
nity no one should miss.
The girl's friend. Simmons' Squaw Vine
Wine or Tablets, cause natural appearance
and regular monthly return of menses.
Sold by Dr W M Brockinton.
It was with sorrow that we learned of the
death of Mr. Wylie K. Bell at his home in
Hartsville lat Saturday. Mr. Bell for a
number c years was a respected citizen of
this town and for several terms was its In
tendant. He had many friends here and
all over the county.
Weary women need an occasional dose
of Dr R A Simmons' liver medicine to
strengthen their nerves and invigorate
their systems. Sold by Dr W 1 Brockin
On the evening of the 19th inst Home
Branch church was packed to overflowing,
where the Sunday school celebrated chil
dren's day with appropriate exercises. We
are told the recitations, declamations and
songs were delightfully rendered, and the
affair was conducted in a highly creditable
-You may break, you may shatter the vase
if you will,
But the scent of the rose clings around it
That is if you use Eastman's. Garwood's
and Lazell's Extracts to be had at the R.
B. -Loryea drng store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Sam Lee, the mullato politician from
Sumter who figured ,ponspicuously during
the days of radicalism, and who was one
of the representatives in Congress when
the State wits under negro rule, was up
before the police court in Washington list
week charged with breaking into a chicken
coop; friends interceded for him and hadi
him relea.%ed on the giound of insanity. I
J D Bridges, editor "Democrat," Lancas
ter, N H, says: "One Minute Cough Cure is
the best remedy for croup I ever used."
Immediately relieves and cures coughs,
colds, croup, asthma, pneumonia, bron
chitis, grippe and all throat and lung trou
bles. It prevents consumption. D 0
Rhame, Sumnmerton; Dr WV M Brockinton,
In another columnn appears an advertise
ment from that well and favorably known
establishment Welch & Eason of Charles
ton. This house hardly needs an introduc
tion to our readers, for they are thoroughly
known as one of the most reliable grocery
dealers in the State. Welch & Eason carry
an immense line of family groceries and
whatever is bought from them is a guar
antee of purity.
There are some simple remedies indis
pensable in any family. Among these, the
experience of years assures us, sh~uld be
recorded PALs-KILLER. For both internal
and external applications we have found it
of great value; especially can we recom
mend it for colds, rheumatism or frcsh
wounds and bruises. - Christian Era.
Avoid substitutes, there is but one Pain
Killer, Perry Davis'. Price 25c and 50c.
Congressman Norton is accompanying a
postoffice inspector over the district with a
view to get a recommrendation for the free
rural delivery system. Candidly, we do
not believe the system will operate success
fully in our sparse-ly settled country; the
present system is better, but our represen
tative in Congress is anxious to help his
constituents and ho wants them to have an
opportunity to try the system. Norton is ai
crack-a-jack about the departmcnts where
real good to the people can only be done.
Finest line of Stationery in Town fB
Paper at 50c 40c 35c 55c 15c 10c and 5c.
Writing Pads for Pencil 200 pages for Se
2 Pads of over one hundred pages each for
5c, Writing Pads for Pen 10c and 5c, Inks
in Black, Violet, Red at 5c a bottle, Ink
Wells at i0c, an endless supply of Lead
,Pencils, Indellible Pencils, Pens at all
prices. Mucilage etc. etc. Mourning Papei
at 25c a Box, at the R. B. Loryea drug store,
Isaac M1. Loryea, Prop.
It was the editor's pleasure to spend a
few days of last week in the town of Ben
nettsville and the attentions shown him left
a warm spot in his heart for the people of
that pretty town. In looking around we
think we see a bright future for that town.
in fact wve do not believe there is anything
to keep it from being one of the foremost
towns in the State. It now has a cotton
mill, oil mill, and is surrounded by the
Ifinest farming lands in South Carohina,
with a people who pay one hundred cents
on the dollar and make a stranger feel at
"Reading maketh a full man." To be.
come so, call at the R. B. Loryca drug
store, Isaac M1. Loryea, proprietor, and in
spet their line of standard and light liter
ature in bound and paper covered editions.
Also a superb collection of the Englisn
poets from Chaucer to Tennyson, and the
Amierican poets from Bryant to Longfellow.
Prices on all of the above books very rea
Inasmuch as the town council did not
give a full and proper notice of the tal
collection, we, in behalf of a large number
of taxpayers, protest against imposing the
15 per cent penalty now. The time for
collecting the town taxes should in all fair
nesf be extended a reasonable length of
time, full notice given thereof, and then
after having given such notice, should their
be any delinquents, enforce the penalty
tregardless of who may be in default. We
can make this protest without being per
sonally interested, for our town taxes are
paid up, but we do so, because we do not
believe the taxpayers have had proper
enotice or at least the customary methods of
einforming the people was not adopted by
You never know what form of blood poi
son will follow constipation. Keep the
- liver clean by using DeWitt's Little Early
BRisers and you will avoid trouble. They
re famous little pills for constipation and
Bliver and bowel troubles. D O Rhame,
We call our readers' ateution to the ad
vertisement of S. R. Venning, who has
opened up a jewelry store in THE MANNING
Tnss block. Mr. Venuing is a natural
mechanic and has had considerable experi
ence in the re- airing of clocks e-.!I watches.
He does good work and is very deserving
of patronage. Mr. Venning keeps a neat
and varied assortment of all kinds of jew
elry, watches, clocks and silverware. Be
sides this he has 1aid in a very handsome
line of all kinds of holiday noveities, where
a splendid selection can be made for pres
ents, either for a wedding, engagement,
birthday or token of friendship. Venning
has all of these and we hope our readers
will give him a call, and they may rest as
sured that whatever XMr. Vunning tells them
about his goods can be relied upon.
It will not be a sorprise to any who are
at all familar with the good qualities of
Chamberiama's Conh Remedy, to know
that petp!e' sverywhere taie letalure in
rehating their experiences in thew use of that
splendid medicine and in telling of the
bent-fit tey hlae received from it, oi bad
colds it las coredi, of threat'ned attacks of
phenmonia it has averted and of the chil
dren it has saved froim attacks of croup and
whooping cough. It is a grand, good nied
icine. For saLd at the R%. 13. Loryea drug
The Summerton Dramatic Club
treated Manning on last Friday eve
ning to a very pleasing dramatic en
tertainment. The play was on the
melo-drama order of five acts, enti
tled "A White Mountain Boy."
The Moses Levi Memorial Institute
was well filled with an appreciative
audience. The play was the usual
romantic love story with its "viilain
who still pursued her," its heroine
and its hero, the trusting but cruelly
forsaken wife, the beautiful and be
witching maiden whose father is
rich. The big-hearted, noble coun
try lad who saves the life of the rich
man's daughter, and, of course, falls
in love, which is reciprocated; not,
however, without parental objec
tions, which are finally overcome
after the simple-hearted countryman
makes a grand display of heroism
and reinstates the parent to the
wealth he lost through the machina
tions of the crafty villain who was
his private secretary and who de
serted his trusting wife, to entrap
his employer's daughter into a mar
riage with him. This villain finally,
to get clear of his wife, makes a deal
with a murderous gang to put her
out of the way, and is followed by
the countryman, who discovers his
villainy, gets the gang to betray the
villain and has him arrested.
The various parts, considering the
lack of stage facilities, were acted
very good indeed. Mr. Gordon Bel
ser made a fine hero, with Miss Rosa
Mood exhibiting much coyness in the
part of love-making which may have
been the result of many rehearsals.
Prof. H. A. C. Walker portrayed the
part of villain well, as also was. his
dude performance. D. 0. Rhame
was a typical mountaineer with
chestnut-burr whiskers accustomed
to the mountain zephyrs sighing
through them. Miss Foster, the
trusting wife, was one of those cy
cloneless women that invariably
wins for her better-half, a hard
hearted, cruel wretch and although
with bruised heart and deserted, re
mains true and continues to love
blindly; that is on the stage she
was that way. Miss Tisdale was like
the average widow, ready to perform
deeds of mercy, even if a widower
had to be a part of the mission. Mr.
Richardson was the usual indulgent
father solicitous about his daugh
ter's welfare, but more so for his
money and was ready to sacrifice his
daughter to recover his wealth. Miss
Cooper made a typical dive hag and
played her part first class.
Of course we do not pretend to
class this club with professionals,but
there are troupes on the road today
that do not entertain their audiences
After the performance was over
the crowd "went below," as they say
in nautical parlance, where Chef
Inabnit had oysters served, and
which was well patronized.
You may do without love
WVhat is love but repining?
But where is the man that
Can do without dining?
We carry a superb line of Chocolates,
Cocoa, Eagle Condensed Milk, Essence of
Coffee, Daryeas Corn Starch, Gjelatine,
Mustard 10 and 15 cent boxes. The R1. B3.
Loryeu, drug store, Isaac M Loryea, Prop.
In a talk with a business man of this
town, one who has made a success, and is
a keen observer, he made us feel good with
his expressions of appreciation of TE
TIME'. eHe said, "I regard THE TIMxxs the
best county paper published in the
State, and that it has done a vast amount
of good in development of this town and
county; and as a business man I have no
hesitency in saying that a town so fortu
nate as to send out a newspaper with the
magnificent reputation of THE TIMxs, is
indeed blessed; regardless of what may
transpire in the future, there is no combi
nation that can come into the field to af
fet THE TIMEs. Continuing this gentle
man said "There is a determination on the
part of a few, who by nature, would rather
pull down than to build up, and who
thregh a spirit of contemptible jealousy,
want to cripple THE TmIES, but the more
they attempt it, the more will they be dis
appointed. As a business man I would
rather have one good solid, progressive,
intelligently, edited newspaper in a town
than a half dozen such as I see being pub
ished elsewhere. A poorly conducted
newspaper is not a credit nor a help to a
community but a strong, well managed
one, like THE Tmi~s is indispensible.
With people who do not appreciate the
value of a good paper cheap rates are at
tractive, but with the business man who
advertises, and the intelligent reader who
wants to know what is going on, quality is
the controlling influence; just as the mer
chant has shoddy articles which he sells
cheap, and good substantial, serv-icable
goods, whicik cost more, s.o is also, a news
paper rated by business men. Continue
pushing and improving your paper and as
long as you treat us as fairly as you have
done in the past the business element, re
cognizing your ability, and your faithful
service will stand by you, regardless of
what a few ground moles masy undertake
- TheKindYou Hava Always Bought
Jeweler & W
been sold hi
early and se
wear like si
1I deal also in Imported Fancy
Christmas Toys and Fireworks.
Manning Times Block, three doe
19*Look for' i
supervisor Owens Appreciated.
Editor THE TiuEs:
Thinking that it might be of inter
est to the public to know what the
chaingang is doing I take this means
of informing them through the col
umns of your widely circulated pa
Supervisor T. C. Owens appeared
in our neighborhood about three
weeks ago with his band of outlaws
and struck camp near the residence
of Mr. D. F. Mahoney. Since that
time this force of county criminals
under the direction of our efficient
Supervisor has performed a surpris
ing amount of work upon the prin
cipal roads in our section. Low,
swampy places that heretofore have
been almost impassable in wet weath
er have been ditched and drained,
and the roadbed raised and leveled;
rough and precipitous hillsides have
been graded and filled in. Deep and
narrow cuts in roads where it has
been impossible for two vehicles to
pass have been widened and straight
I ened out. The embankment across
Sammy Swamp which has always
been a dread to those having occa
sion to haul a load across it, has
been widened and raised to the level
of the bridges. The long bridge
across the main stream has been
shortened fifty feet and this gap
filled in with solid earth, thus saving
in the future th3 expense of keeping
up fifty feet of the bridgeing. The
remaining portion of the bridge has
been strengthened and put in first
class condition with substantial
" It would be difficult to estimate the
value of the splendid work that has
been and is being done here under
the skilful direction of Supervisor
Owens. It is to be regretted that
the force of workers is not larger. If
all of the rascals in this county that
ought to be on the chaingang were
there, it would not be long before
Clarendon county coald boast of a
system of roads equal if not supe
rior to that of any county in the
State. W. S. B.
Coolidge, Ky., Aug. 1, 1898.
I have been suffering with female trou
bles and was unable to get relief. I was
persuaded to try Benedicta and after one
month's treatment I can recommend your
rermedy to suffering women.
Mrs. H. R. GILUEr.
Sold by R. B. Loryea.
Home Branch School.
Following nanies have been placed upon
Honor Roll for month ending November 25,
Annie Geddings, Marvin Geddings,
Mnly Geddings. Lee Geddings, Lewin
Geddings, Leila Geddings, Tora Lackey,
Belie Compton, Ben Compton, Rob Comp.
ton, Tabbie Kolb, Rosa Kolb, Belle* Bart
lett, Bessie Bartlett, Alma King, Fed Broad
way, Richard Broadway, May King. Lou
bell Geddings, Harry Timmons. Jack Hill,
Gusta Hill, Lewis Dubose, Estelle MeLeod
Dora Bradhan, Mollie Bradham, Sallie
Bradham, Harry Bryant, Frank Barwick,
George Barwick, Grover Parson.
Miss JESsiE CURTIs, teacher.
A Friglhtful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible burn, scald,
cut or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the
best in the world, will kill the pain and
promptly heal it. Cures old sores, fever
sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns, all skin
eruptions. Best pile cure on earth. Only
25 cents a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by
R. B. Loryea, draggist.
Burning kisses always go with
Monthly and bearing-down pains, atten
dant upon irregular anL suppressed men
struation, are relieved by Simmons' Squaw
Vine Wine o-: Tablets. Sold by Dr WV M
Love and potatoes both spring from
To purify and enrich the blood,strength
Ien the nerves and invigorate the system,
use Dr M A Simmons' liver medicine. Sold
by Dr W M Brockinton.
Love and reason are seldom on
Dr H 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
digests what you eat and quickly cures
dyspepsia and indigestion. D0 0 Rhame,
Summerton; Dr WV M Brockinton, Man
When a man weds an heiress, her
face is his fortune.
- Chaberlain's cough remedy has saved
the lives of thousands of cronpy children.
It is also without an equal for colds and
whooping cough. For sale by R. B. Lor
yea, druggist. [janlay
True lovers never say good night
until the next morning.
Mrs F J Dickson, Westminster, S C,
Iwrites: "Eleven years ago I was for six
Imonths unable to do my work, and Dr M A
Simmons' liver medicine restored me to
Igood health. Think one package of it
worth a dozen of Zeilin's." Sold by Dr W
It is alwvays better to give than to
receveespecially medicine and ad
Bas The Kind You Have Always Bought
It is permissible to kiss a woman
on the forehead-if she has been eat
and use Chamberlain's coliA, cholera and
diarrboen remedy for all pains of the stom
ach and all unnatural looseness of the bow
ele. It always cures. For sale by Rt. B.
Loryea, druggist. Ijanlay
oG s. G.,
..Dealer in . .
,Clocks, Jewelry, Silver
and All Kinds of Fancy
a specialty of Heavy Silverware and
es of all kinds suitable for Wedding
E Presents. Such goods have never
ere before. Christmas is comning; call
the Novelties I have a beautiful line os
ARTICLES to suit everybody. They
tver and are very cheap.
Hand-Paintd China and Glassware,
rs South of Postoffice.
Al2a+ t-h Sigo'. S~i
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cent&
Sold by R. B. Loryea.
R. B. Loryea
DRUG STORE, May
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Propr. M
Sign of Golden
Boasting is not what the
people want; they want sol
MANNING, S. C., id facts, and with solid facts
i sclessaty sayingstt e mx:aixed I propose to deal.
"A celebrated artist once explained My store is in the Nettles
his paints with brains." 9 building, between Loryea's
The painter that uses his brains drug store and Jenkinson's.
will use An invitation to the pub
LONGMAN & MARTINEZ'S lie is extended to inspect my
Justly Celebrated Paints. Fall and Winter stock of
We Are Sole Agents. Dry Good ,
And carry a complete line of these
Paints in White, Black and all other Dress Goods,
Walnut, Fa5c Goods,
Wagon and Carriage Paints Clothing'
IN ALL COLORS. Hats#
Venetian Red, Princes Metallic Paint and all the latest Novelties.
In any quantity-1 lb. to 1,000 lbs- -
at lowest market quotations.
OILS, OILS, OILS. My Grocery Stock
Raw Linseed. Boiled Linseed, Neats- Is full and complete and I
foot, Lubricating, Castor, Ma- guarantee every purchase
chine, Japan, Varnishes, As- made at my store.
phaltum, etc., etc. I am perfectly satisfied
Kerosene Oil, Aladdin, that I am sufficiently known
Kerosene Oil, Fire Proof. to the people without mak
Before placing your orders on ing a lot of brags in the pa
Paints, Oils, etc., etc., communicate
with us and we will furnish esti- pers.
mates. When you come to my
store and get my prices the
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store tale will be told then, and I
will sell you the bill.
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Propr., 9COME TO SEE ME.
MANNING, S. C.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN MORTAR. Lo i Le .
We have a complete line of Glass
constantly in stock in all sizes, Putty
and Triangles, Glass Cutter Combi
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of ,~o~ **~ *O
EAT tMesr of M. Levi's Estate a complete
sock of New Goods has been received for the
~~~Wen buin many instances direct from
the factories, and the long and well established
standing of this business puts us in position to
Iget the best prices, which we always give our
Scustomers the benefit of.
Remember that we carry EVERYTHING
to be found in a General Merchandise business
and employ a force of courteous gentlemen to
Swait on our friends and customers.
Come and see us when youhave any buy-~
6 ing to do, and if you have been everywhere
else and cannot find what you want, come and
se us anyhow, and probably we have the ar
~ ~ One other thing. WVe give the highest
market prices for cotton. We get several re
ports from Liverpool each day and reports on
Sthe cotton market every twenty minutes from
New York while the exchange is open. Things
that happen in Liverpool at 12 o'clock noon
Iwe often know here by 10 or 10:30 the same
day. Bring us your cotton.
I D. &A. LEVL
Look to Your Interest.
Here we are, still in the lead, and why suffer with your eyes when you
can be suited with a pair of Spectacles with so little trouble? We carry the
Celebrated HAWKES Spectacles and Glasses,
Which we are offering very cheap, from 25c to $2.50 and Gold Frames at $3
to $6. Call and be suited.
W. M. BROCKINTON.
WE BEG T S11 .O.O.O.O
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 had 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 hava 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 $5.75 up, while for men we have
a Double-Barrel Breach Loader for $9.50 up.
ianlng Hardware Companly.
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 oin 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 and 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 WOODEN WARE.
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
NV. G. IKirng
I Just Received
A lot of Sample Shoes at prices to interest
any one who wears them. Come early'Gbefore the
Ssizes are broken and look at our specialties in
SMen's, Ladies', Boys' anid Misses' Good. .
Have also just opened up a cheap and pretty lot
~Look at our line of
_r CodNotions, -
Fo te enfi roceries, Etc.
ing the reeft of our farmer friends we are sell
ing he rettestRed Rust-Proof Seed Oats ever
Sbrought to this market.
Thanking you for favors, I am,
!R. M. STRANGEI
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.
Atlatic Coast Lne L.A VV.FO ~L M , S"MTER,