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Publishes All County and Town Of
IANNING. S. C.. FEB. 21. 19N.
It Will Pay You
To give our store a call when in town for the
purpose of buying Dry Goods. Shoes. Hats or
C!othing. for on account of placing our orders
early last fall for the larger portion of our
spring stock we are able to offer many lines of
goods from 15 to 25 per cent cheaper than our
We offer a line of Plow Shoes at 31.: per pair
that no house in this town can offer for less than
$1.50. but we bought before the rise and can sell
them for $1.t5.
The most complete ine of Ladies' and Gent's
Fine Shoes to be found in Manning at our store.
Young Gents. conic and see our spring line of
Fine Clothing and Fine Hats. We have the lat
est to show you.
Ladies. we wish to call your attention to the
most complete line of Spring Dress Goods and
Silks ever shown in this town and if you wish a
nice dress made Mrs. Barfield is right here in
our store ready to make it for you.
The line of Crash we offer at 6'-4c. per yard is
the wonder of all who sae it. It is just as good
as you can buy elsewhere for 10c. Now look at
this line of Crash and see if we are not correct.
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
Read in this issue Rhame's diug store
ad. fo: Furniture Paints and Stains.
You can get a nice Tooth Brush fron
5e up, at Brockinton's.
Married, Sunday 18th. by Rev. P. B.
Wells, Mr. Robert M1. Dean and 'Miss
Bliss' Triumph Seed Potatoes. a very
early variety. The R-. B. Loryea Drug
I have decided to remain in 'Manning
until Saturday March 3rd. J. B. Tay
Mrs. D. R. Reaves met with a pain
ful accident one day last week by break
ing a limb as the result of a fall.
Just received, a new supply of Writ
ing Tablets, from le to 10c, at Brockin
When in town next week on business
drop in at Taylor's Canvass Gallery.
and leave a "good impression."
-Dr. W. E. Brown & Co. have received
a handsome soda fountain to dispense
the cooling draught this summer.
Stop that cough by using Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Tomorrow is Washington's birthday.
The postoffice will observe Sunday
hours. No money orders will be issued
and no letters registered. The bank
will also be closed.
We are still headquarters for all fine
Perfumery and Extracts. Call and ex
amine our stock. Brockinton.
Rev. P. B. Wells received a telegram
yesterday calling him to Charleston last
'night to'officiate at the funeral of the
father of a seial friend of Mr. Wells',
Dr. Walter Seisgeger.
Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic will
cure chills and fever. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Preaching at the Methodist church
by the pastor Sunday morning and
evening. Subject for morning service.
'The Wilderness State." Subject for
evening service, "Heaven.''
We have in stock the genuine Woods'
Early Rose Seed Potatoes. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Bradham will
celebrate their silver wedding Friday
evenino,- March 2d. Invitations print
ed in silver ink have been sent out and
the affair is to be quite a social func
India Cholagogue, an unfailing rem
edy for feveri and ague. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Sore.
At the request of Rev. J. C. Cun
ningham who preaches at St. Phillip's
church, near St. Paul, it is announced
that there will be preaching in that
church the first and third Sundays in
each month and Sunday school service
every Sunday morning.
Stop that cough by using Dr. Gran
ger's New Discovery for coughs. The
IR. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Bishop Ellison Capers will preach in
the Episcopal church at Summerton on
Sundayv 25th at 11 a. mn. The public is
invited to hear this distinguished di
vine. The beautiful confirmation. Bap
tismal, and Sacramental services of
this church will be administered, and
the occasion will be one of profound in
WVhite Pine Cough Syrup with Tar,
a reliable remedy for coughs and .colds
which we have no hesitancy in com
mending. The R. B. Loryea Drug
THE TIMES' temporary editor enjoy
ed the pleasure of attending a pretty
little wodding on the evening of Feb.
15th, at the residence of Mr. John S.
Cole, the fatt er of the bride. The cer
emony 'was perfr'med by Rev. P. B.
Wells of the Methodist church in the
presence of atout thirty relatives and
friends and the contracting parties were
Miss Nettie, y oungest daughter of Mr.
<'ole to Mr. James B. Hudnall of Sum
Plaint seed that will germinate. To
do so ucciessfully use Wood's Garden
Seed. "tested and tried." Wood's Yel
low Danvers and Silver Skin Onion Sets
just received. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Miss Lucie Bar'ron is spending a few
dava visiting friends at the capital be
fore returning home. Miss Barron has
made a host of fr'iands among the legis
lators and we have good reason to be
lieve she will be chosen State Libra
r'ian at the next session. The position
is now very ably filled by Miss Nannie
Montgomery of Marion, who has an
nounced that she will not stand for re
election. and upon this announcement
being made the friends of Miss Barron
are turging her to enter the race. Miss
Barron, realizing that the election is
one year off, has not as vet determined
what course, in regard to the matter,
she will pursue, but she is highly grati
tied at the many expressions of esteem
and confidence. and the assurances of
strong support in case she concludes to
enter the race. We hope Miss Barron
will decide to permit her name used for
this ottice. because we believe she is
well qualified for the work and would
make the State an efficient and pains
Mr. Francis H. Williams, Ph. G
graduate of South Carolina Medie:
College. pharmacy department. lat
with Messrs. A. 0. Barbot & Son. Char
leston, is in charge of our prescriptiol
department. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Death of Rev. S. P. H. Elwell, D. D.
Died suddenly last Saturday after
noon in the city of Columbia Lev. S. P.
H. Elwell D. l. Mr. Elwell had arriv
ed in Colnmbia from Charleston to at
tend a Knights of Phytias celebration
of which order he was the Grand Chap
lain. and he was to have preached the
anniversarv sermon in the Washington
Street Miethodist church. The distin
guished divine late Saturday afternoon
walked into a barber shop apparently
in perfect health, bought a newsj paper
and had taken a seat to read while
waiting his turn to be shaved when the
death messenger summnoned him and
called him hence. The news of his
death was a shock to the city and es
pecially was it felt among the legisla
tors, all of whom knew the deceasod
well and had an affectionate feeling for
him. The body. at the request of the
family, was sent to Charleston Sunday
morning, and on 'Monday the funeral
services were held in the Spring Street
church, the church of which he was its
late pastor, the remains were taken
back to Colnmbia on the afternoon
train, and yesterday interred in the
Confederate Vetorans plot.
S. P. H. Elwell. D. D.. a distinguish
ed minister of the South Carolina con
ference of the Methodist Episcopal
church, was born in Clarendon county.
Januarv 5. 1842. a grandson of John
Freierson. a soldier of the Revolution.
He comp-leted a cotrse of study at the
Sumter male academy in 1858. and then
returning home engaged in farming
until the winter of 1860-61. when he en
listed in Company H, Fifth regiment
South Carolina troops. lie continued
it the State service, participating in
the battles of Secessionville and Poco
taligo. until soon after the latter affair
he was transferred to Company I,
Twenty-third South Carolina regiment.
With this regiment he fought in the
army of Northern Virginia at Boons
boro and Sharpsburg. Md.. at Kinston
and Goldsboro. N. C.. and in Mississippi
at the second battle of Jackson, where
his left arm was torn by a shell, neces
sitating its amputation. Falling into
the hands of the enemy he was held in
the field hospital ten days. when he at
tempted to make his escape through
the swamps. frightfully wounded as he
was. but before he had been a half hour
out ran into the headquarters of Dr.
Hinkley. the Federal post surgeon. He
was well cared for and sent by wagon to
Brandon. where a little later he slipped
out of the hospital and took train for
Meridian. Soon afterward obtaining a
transfer to the South Carolina college
hospital at Columbia, and a month later
reported for duty to his command then
on Sullivan's island. After a furlough
of sixtv days. he was ordered to Colum
bia. where'ha was employed in making
out the applcations of soldiers for re
tirement. until the State was invaded
by Sherman's army. In December,
167. Mr. Elwell was admitted to the
South Carolina conference, and he was
pastor, at the time of his death, of
Spring street church. Charleston. By
his marriage, December 27, 1860, to
Julia C.. daughter of Ebenezer Rhane,
he has three children: T., wife of Rev.
G. E. Stokes: Willie Grigsby and Anna
Why suffer with chapped hands and
lips when you can be relieved by using
Frostilla, Vaseline, Camphor Ice, Cold
Cream. Almondol. The R. B. Loryea
Court convenes on Monday.:26th. with Judge
D. A. Townsend presiding. The following are
T. H. Harvin. Silver: L. P. Hardy. New Zion:
Jim Walker. Summerton: S. W. Nelson. Jr..
Davis Station: Hezekiah Ross. St. Paul. A. P..
Hill. Packsvile: I. J. Tomlinson. Workman: J.
M. Richardson. Sr.. Panola: J. H. Boswell. For
eston: W. T. Francis. Manning: S. F. Geddingzs.
Pcksville: B. C. White. Foreston.
S. M.' Reardon. Frank McKnight, J. A. Bar
field. H. J. Haley. H. B. Berry and J. H. T. Coul
B. J. Cutter. Foreston: J. E. Morris. Fores
ton: C. M. Cook. Seloc: T. R. Brailsford. Pan
ola: W. J. Buddin. Sr.. Seloc: Jeff D. Holladav.
Wilson: W. M. McKnight. Workman: E. Ct.
Horton. Manning: Adger Barrineau. Seloc: R.
M. Thigpen. Seloc: S. Rt. Cole. Summerton: W.
A. Richbourg, St. Paul: J. McD. McFaddin.
Manning: T. C. Martin. St. Paul: R. P. Morris.
New Zion: J. J. Bartield. Alcolu: W. W. John
son. Manning: I. V. Plowden. Wilson: J. D.
Hoyle. Packsville: E. B. Andrews. Manning:
E. C. Coskrey. Wilson: J. W. Hilton. Davis Sta
tion: John W. Clark. Jordan: T. L. Bagnal.
Foreston: P. M. Windham. Manning: J. W.
Heriot. Manning: H. M. McIntosh. Workman:
J. H. Childers, Jordan: R. J. Carrigan. St. Paul:
W. B. Dickson. Manning: E. S. Jenkinson.
Panola: R. E. Evans. Foreston: L. R. Gibson.
Manning: G. M. Bradham. Manning: R. C.
Blanding.-: M. S. Cantey. Summerton.
A delightfully cool and refreshing lo
tion for preserving and softening the
skln, excellent for chapped hands. face
and lips. Almond Cream. 25bc. a bottle.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Epworth League Meeting.
The btusiness meeting of the Epworth
League will be held at the residenec of
Miss Lucie Barron on Friday evening,
Feb. 23, at 8 o'clock. Followving is the
Hymn-Must I Go an Empty Handed?
FEssay on Longfellow - Miss Berta
Recitation-Miss Nellie Chandler.
Music-Miss Maggie Huggins.
Dialogue-Messrs. Alphonso Rigby
and Bishop Alsbrook.
Reading-Miss Sarah Harvin.
Music-Mr. Joe WVells.
Quotations from Longfellow by all.
The great .Japanese Salve, Menthola
tum, cures headache. earache, bruises.
sore throat. neuralgia and all intlama
tions. The R. B3. Lotryea Drug Store.
Attention, Manning Guards!
You are hereby ordered to report at
your armory Saturday. Februar-y 24, at
3 o'clock p. in.. with grey and blue uni
forms, caps. helmets and guns in your
By order W. M. LEWIS. (apt.
F. P. ERVIN. 1st Sergt.
The purity of our medicines are r
nognized in the Philippine Islands. we
haing just received an order from our
far away: possessions. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
It's a mean man that will dleliberate
ly walk between a woman and a bar
gain store window.
W. S. Philpot. Albany. Ga.. says. -DeWitt's
Little Early Risers did me more good than any
pills I ever took." The famous little pills for
constipation. biliousness and liver and bowel
troubles. D. 0. R hame. Sumnierton: Dr. W. M.
The trouble with a great many men
is that thev~ mistake their hats for tele
phones wh'en they talk.
-Diffculties give way :o diligence. and dis
ease germs and blood humors disappear when
Hoods Sarsaparilla i,. faithfully taken.
Girls go to church not so much for
the sermons or the music as for the
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is une-qualledl for
piles. injuries and skin diseases, It is the origi
nal Witch Hazel Salve. Beware of all counter
feits. D. 0. Rhame. Summerton: Dr. W. M.
A mian never knows how mean he is
until he is a candidate for eie. or the
defendant in a divorce suit.
Rhuaieis not recommended for the cure
o -'" does not cure eve-rythinr. But it
-e for rheumatism. and is:a ineL
and laxative: try it. The RI. B.
O T Oin Yc.Ia A..y Bih
One- of the un-sati.sfactory thilirs of
tlis world is kissing, a pretty girl
through1 a veil.
Mr. .1 . . iller. Newton Hamilton. Pa..
write-. "I think e-Witt's Witch Hazel Salve
thie :rande-st salve made." it cure. piles and
heal every thinL'. All fraudulent imitations art
rthl. I) 0. Rhane. Sumnunertln: )-. W.
'M. Brockinton. Manning.
No girl evel gets so deepily ill love
that she forgets to see that her hat is
Geo. Blarbe. \Icndota. Va.. 'av. Ntuindill
me so much good a Kodol Dypeloia Cure. One
dose relieved me. a few botthl- cured' me."t it
digests what vou eat and always cures dv-pe
sia. D. o. Rthan. Summerton Dr. V. M.
The conversational prize-lighter al
\avs llletst-. his imatch ill the iat e
a::d ue h:nberlain's colic. Cholera and )i: r
hwa Rneiedy for all pains of the stomach and
all unnatural lo-osent-n of the howels. It always
eures. For sale by the R. 13. Loryca Drug Store.
Isaac M. Loryca. Propr. ,aIlay
A clever girl is one that knows what
a man ieans when he says things he
John Dirr. Poseyville. Intl.. savs. "I nevtr
used anything as good as One Mfnute Cough
Cure. We are never without it. "Quickly
breaks up coughs and colds. Cures aill throat
and lung troubles. Its use will prevent con
sumption. Pleasant to take. D. 0. Rhame.
Sunmmerton: Dr. W. M. Urockinton. Mannin-.
Man is born to rule the world. but
sometimes he marries and surirenders
The greatest danger from colds and la grippe
is their resulting in pneumonia. If reasonable
care is used. however, and Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy taken. all danger will be avoided. It
will cure a cold or an attack of la grippe in less
time than any other treatment. It is pleasant
and safe to take. For wale by the R. It. Loryea
Little girls should never tell stories.
They are apt to grow up and become
"I had bronchitis Cvery winter for years and
no medicine gave me permanent relief till I he
-an to take One Minute Couch Cure. I know it
is the best cough medicine made." says J.
Koontz. Corry. Pa. It quickly cures -old'.
croup. asthma. grippe and throat and lung trou
bles. It is the children's favorite re-medy. Cures
quickly. D. 0. Rhame. Summerton: Dr. W . N.
The more modest a girl is and the
more she blushes, the more some men
admire her cheek.
BsThe Kind You Hav Always aught
In Zululand the young people fight
and the. get married: in this countrv
they get married and then fight.
"I had dyspepsia for years. No medicine was
so effective as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It gave
immediate relief. Two bottles produced mar
velous results." writes L. H. Warren. Albany.
Wis. It digests what you cat and cannot fail to
cure. D. 0. Rhame. Summerton: Dr. W. M.
No matter how careful a woman may
be, she invariably loses her good name
when she gets married.
Bears the Th Kind You Have Always BOUgh
The regular examinuaton for teachers'
certificates will be held in Manning on
Friday, 23rd of February. Examilnations
begin promptly at 9 o'clock.
L. L. WEI.ts,
County Supt. Education.
W ANTED-Honest man or woman to travel
for large house: salary %5 monthly and
expenses, with ~rease: position permanent:
inlose self-addtssed stamped envelope. MAN
AG ER. 330 Caxton bldg. Chicago. (ap1800
The Time Cemes
to every elderly woman when an im
ortant functional change takes place.
This is called "The Change of Life."
Teentiresy stemundergoes a change..
Dreadful diseases such as cancer and
consumption are often contracted at
trengthens and purifies the entire
system, and brings the sufferer safely
over these pitfalls. Its effects have
been wonderful. It is good for all
menstrual troubles; but isepcal
recommended at this time. Askc
your druggist for the famous Wine of
Cardui. Sr.oo a bottle.
For advice incases requiring special
directions, address the "Ladies' Ad
visory De en, The Chatta
nooga Med'cine Co., Chattanooga,
THOMAS J. COOPEE, Tupelo, Miss..
says :--"My sIster suffered from irregular and
painful menstruation and doctors could not
relieve her. Wine of Cardul entirely cured
ier, and also helped my mother through the
Change of Life."
P. L Bell's
Is thoroughly prepared to do every
thing in the Wheelwright and Black
smith line; also Engine and Boiler
All Work Guaranteed
And done promptly at live and let
Ho~rse Shioeing receives special at
tent ion and work of all kinds is solic
R. L. BE1LL,
C AN O IL cures
Cates, Burs Bruises, Rheu
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
"He That Any Good
Should have good heaflh. ure, cih
bood is the first rcquisite. Hood's Sarsa
parila, by giving good blood ard good
hIizh, has helped many a n:a to srccess,
besides giving strengih and courage to
women who, before taking it, cou.ld rot
even see any good in life to win.
'MONEY TO LOAN.
I am prepared to negotiate loans
on good real estate security, on rea
Sumter, S. C.
When it is admitted by the public that we
carry the largest and most complete line of
PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES
and everything appertaining to the needs cof the
We have furnished the Paints. Oils.' Glass.
etc.. for many residences and charches in Man
ning and Clarendon County. and can refer conti
dently to parties who have used our
Strictly Pure Paints
We furnish estimates on application and will
guarantee lowest market figures.
We are sole agents for
Longman & flartinez's
Celebrated Prepared Paints.
We would be pleased to have our friends
write or call and inspect our line of Paints.
R. B. LORYEA
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Propr.
Sign of Golden
MANIXNG, s. C.
-PH ON -E NO. '?
YOU are in your shoes two-thirds of
your life, and if you are comforta
blv fitted you are happy, but very
miserabile if your feet are pinched.
The make and finish have everything
to do with the fit of a shoe.
Now if von want a first class make
and finish, perfect fit and up-to-date in
style, come and see our
Bion F. Reynolds
In Black, Patent Leather and Tan, in
Give us a call and you will be suited
in fit. pr-ice and dur-ability.
In fact. our~ entire line of
Gent's, Ladies', Misses' and
Are up-to-date in every par-ticular.
Pice and quality guaranteed.
I have moved into my fath(-r. Moses
Levi's Store. which is well known to
everbody- and I hope to keep up the
reutatio'n that he estalhished for fair
Don't forget I carry a full line of er'
SIt is an easy matter to claim that a
renmedy has wonderful curative power.
The manufacturers of
leave it to those who have been perma
nently and positively cured of RtHEU
SMATISM to make claims. Among those
w ho haveL recently written us voluntary
letters saving they have been cured arc:
Rev. J. L. Foster. Raleigh. N. C.: Mr. J.?
E.1 Robinson. editor, Goldsboro. N. C..
Daily Argus: Mr. A. Daus. a prominent
meirchatnt. Macon. Ga.. and Mr. W. R.
Duke. a railroad man. Kansas City. Mo.
Rhoumacido Will Cure You.
Manufactured by the C
B~oBBITT Dau Co. Raleih. N. C.?
?Sold in Mannig by the R. B. Loryeat
0000uu 000t 000"M 0044O
Alwar.s attract attention from the careful housekeepel.
-seccially those who have bought Tinware and after a short time found holes
eaten b rust in it. They know that but for that one fault tin makes the best
ware for the culinary department of the home. It is strong. light. easily kept
clean and more durable than any cheap metal excepting aluminum. whieb is as
yet too expensive. that they can buy.
Our Anti=Rust Tinware
Has a positive guarantee on each piece from the manufacturer that it will
not rust, and we are instructed by them to replace any returned to us rusted
with new pieces.
We have Anti-Rust Tin in Sealders at 75e: 2-pint Tea Pots, 5c: 4-pint Tea
oir Coffee Pots at 65e: 6-pint Pot. 75c: Pudding Pans at 20. 25, 30, 35 and 40c:
Milk Pans, 20, 25. and 30e: 3read Raiser. -1.25: Stove Boiler, $2.25: Toilet Sets,
-M Tobacco Growersc3
Will do well to call and see our new deviro for applying Paris Green. We
give a free demonstration of how to use it. and th best judges tell us it is ahead
of anything offered vet, as it will save more than hlf of the usual quantity of
Paris Green required heretofore. and does the work more effectual.
We are taking orders now for Flues and can deliver same at any time.
Notwithstanding the heavy demands on us for Farm Tools, our stock is in
excellent shape and we still have many bargains in
Plows, Hoes, Bridles, Collars, Hames and Traces.
Don't throw your old Bicycle away: come and get repairs for it.
Our stock of Paints and Oils will interest you if you want any. in quality and
Manning Hardware Co.
S. R. VENNING,
Jeweler & Watch Repairer,
MANNING, S. C.
- DEALER IN
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver
ware and All Kinds of Fancy
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF 'HEAVY SILVERWARE AND FANCY
Articles of all kinds, suitable for Wedding and Holiday Presents.
Stich goods have never been sold here before. Call and see them.
I deal also in
All-Novelties in Silver bought of me will be engraved free of cost.
ALL REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED.
Manning Times Block, three doors south of Postoface.
The Old Reliable Hlouseof
Is showxing the biggest and cheapest line of
Eveor put on sale in all the history of Manning. These
Corsets wxere bought from a large and leading manu
ufacturing establishmet. and they will be sold accord
ingly for one month. So that means a big saving to
every eustomer that makes a purchase.
"P. C. C." Line -
Is displayed in our window.
All 25e. Corsets we are offering at .......... *
'10e and 35e. kind for................-- c- .
50e. and 7i5e. styles at.................--. *
81 and $1.25 sellers for..................75c .
The very best Corset for 81 that some would as-k
And along with the above comiplcte line we i alwxays
carry in stock the Famous
" R. & G." CorsetsII
Duig At 75c. and $1.
Iuigthis Corset sale we will get in or der to
s.howx you the most complete line ofSpigGdser
~~ThjOl Reliable i
S.- .R IGBY. I
N. B.-A Double-Seat Extension Top Surryi' for
Wm.E. Holmes & Co.,
2O9 East Bay.
--DEALERIS IN -
aints, Oils,Gls, arih adBuh ,L nt n,
Tar Paper and Building Paper.
Headquarters for the Celebrated Palmetto Brand of Cylinder, Planing
Enine Oils and Greases.
Watch this Ad and Save Yourself Money,
These prices will only hold good for a limited time. so come
quick if you want to get the benefit of them.
Best Fancy Patent Flour. per bbl. 4 35 Atlas ....................450
Best Half Patent Flour. per hbl.. 4 05 Silver Leaf.................3 60
Good Family Flour, per bbl...... 3 15 BAKING POWDER.
Delivered at your station at above
price shipped from mill. Rex. 50 1-lb. pkgs in box.......$3 GO
SUA.rex 100 i-lb. cans in box ........ 3 60
SUGAR. ( -b ksRxSd rkwf
Standard Granulated. in bbls.... 05 -lb.pk Rex odr depot.
Standard Granulated. in bbls..... COFFEE.
Extra C, in bags................. 4 4)
Extra C. in bbls.............. 4 75 Best Green Rio. in bags. 135 lbs.. lc
RICE. Good Green Rio. in bags, 13. lbs.. 9 c
Good clean grain, 100-lb. bags. 3 00 TEA.
Good broken grain, in 100-lb. bgs 2 0 Good Gun Powder. 10-lb. bxs, prlb. 35c
Best Head. per lb.............. 05 Good Black. in 10-lb. boxes.. 36c
GRITS AND MEAL. I Pagroda. in ~c pkg-s. 1,> pkstcbi. 0
GRITS AND MEJAL. MXD.CA-DY
2-bushel bags Grits.............. 1 15
2-bushel bags Meal.............. 1 10 25-b. pails Gem mixed, per lb.... 5.75
BEST WHITE CORN. Small Stick Candy, 30-lb. bxs. per lb. 6C
In new sacks. per bushel......... 60 Small Stick Candy, in bbls, 200 lbs 5.r5
10-lb. caddies, per lb.. 27. 28. 30. 33 & 35c Lemons, 5c; Nic-\acs5 S d . *c
Ginger Snaps ...................c
SOAgnFancy Mixed ...............6 c
Octagon. in 1-box lot............ 3 60
Octagon, in 15-box lot ............ 3 50
Octagon, in 10-box lot...... 5)0 One-half gross cases, per cas.... $2 80.
Octagon. in 25-box lot.......... :;,40 Delivered in 5 gross lots at. 5 70
Victory, 100 cakes in box........ 2 83
Tip-Top. 110 cakes in box........ 2 75 TOMATOE..
STACH3-lb. cans. 2 doz. in case. per doz. 66.
40-lb. boxes, per 11).............. . -lb. cans, 2 doz. in case, per case3.6
Celluloid. 64 pkgs in case........ $2 50 CANNED CORN.
LYE. Fancy Maine, 2 doz. in case, pr doz 120
Star, 4 doz. cans in case........ 3 00 N: Y. State, 2 doz. in case, pr doz 1 00
Five case lots delivered. CIGARS AND CHEROOTS.
Rival, 4 doz. cans in case, 5c size, 1 25 1000 Good Cigars for . . NY
SODA. Old Virginia Cheroots, Old Glory Oh --
Arm & Hammer. As and halfs... 6 50 roots at factory prices.
See us before you buy and sa.e money3
G R OSS1W-b. & g Rex Soda O fR. it 5.
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 lasses,
Which we are offering very cheap, from 25 i to $2.50 and 1old Frames at $3
to.$G. Call and be suiCbted.
Ls B. DuRANT,
UMT RACK- . BOCXE
Inorertoacom oda e-hal growin siercse... 2 8a.
move myquater inot e iousere5gr lt at....... by7
ordes. allor witeforwha yocantd. M tcas per oz. -9
HarwaeStbe. Husfansh o.ing Gose,cae7
Harness Sade, Leoziate, rdot-c1.0Q
ALrgeLin oo Cgrker.......95
I aso ande i lageuOnie Parints, CeOls, and GloCh
Shot, Hme.ls and halfs... of Sportsat faods. ies
Sene andfoeyo u Mill savepmoney.
Alofour Stoe Ywurranteres
U~n kon at elmi eyolert e ihtAESp t ae and lasses
pfetnifato 6. C a cl a b epru ited. eultmn~f~hf~l
Wsh a 6.00 n M.E BROCKINTON.AI io
LVEADO. B pca fe rc .5Du ANT
Hardtareiahnewih - n pounllde --~ an . ro key
tthInel oer~t dlcetok'n aodesfwn atie' my grwig.uins,0,hv
mwoved10, 0 my d qurters fully he~i in our Fresewel ccpedb
tbh DaanuerBu l50otmanDO D~ Company ,ad1C I a rprd ofll
hores. all r re for a wyh atyu at.M tokiscm
HasmilOfrdware Stkowvcies, eHvouseurnishinglGoods,
d~cnl.WIe ares hcoandei leargoerlb. qandie antsOlndWno
Glass.er ODE IYOVET
My stoeis equaters Ifomria Gus isos Power
Shc.Seloadal k s ofea dpping froshto s. da etrtbe tn
Eninrad il Splites.brpnwt oi eghtbead edi lc o
Al forSo ewarr4 anntderd. lts 89.e.e rmcrepnld
bobbinF aySeca~fe P iri e r $15.50 ernsptn eninlbeao~mpoolo
b lci e awegh ,2 pousithef retwioelf hedn irtn htlatm
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hgraetvleeeofeebyaT n oous e ll uthwnoecnu tn oeiepanoayn
kind of lancy work. A 20-Yearu' BlndIng Guaranteels sent with every machine.
IT COSTS YOU NOTHING lome'dezam'," thnmachie-. i*rnpel wis
IdO00, and theni Rcn5ncnd tha youne sahng hree 0 nthso s1.0 ay ourno frg agn te EE 5D0.
DOE T ELAY. -Sas Roebuck :& co. are thoroughly reliable.-Editor.)
onAIdress, SEARSP ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago, Ill.
TH CAROINA GROCERY COMPANY,
THOMAS WILSON, President.
19 East Bay - - Charlestonl, S. C.
mir' We We Ie Ma to Lem You Write Uc fr ?iieum
Watches and Jewelry.
I want my friends and the public generall tokoy htweni edo
Wedding, Birthday or Christmas Present,
That in the future, as well as the past. I am prepared to supply them. MIy line of
Watches Clocks sterling Silver Diamcnds 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 ln
at prices to suit the times.
A atc nspectoer . W . POLSOM , SLJETER,