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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING, S. C.. FEB. 2,S. 1900.
Dry Goods Store
You will rind the most complete line
of Gent', Collars and Cuffs ever shown
in this town. ir all the style the young
Our line of Gent's nice Spring Hats
is just in and it contains the very latest
styles that now prevail in the market.
Do you wish a nice pair of tine Dress
Shoes? You can -et the famous Rey
nolds Shoes at our place in any style toe
Also the largest stock of Shoes of
every kind to be found in this town.
When you want nice Gent's. Boys' or
Children's Clothing, come to our place.
for it.for our new stock of Spring Cloth
ing is daily arriving.
It is useless for us to say that we
carry the largest and best selected line
of Dry Goods of any house in Clarendon
county and we sell Dry Goods cheaper.
Come to see us.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Mrs. John A. Burgess of Seloc is
You can get a nice Tooth Brush from
5c up. at Brockinton's.
Mrs. 0. v. Owings of Columbia is
visiting her sister 'Mrs. H. D. Plowden.
Bliss' Triumph Seed Potatoes. a very
early variety. The R. B. Loryea Drug
The many friends of Mr. T. H. Har
vin will regret to learn that he is very
Just received, a new supply of Writ
ing Tablets, from le to loc. at Brockin
Miss Maud Brock of Panola is in
town on a visit to her sister Mrs. J. H.
Another car load of hay this week.
will be sold cheap for cash. Legg &
Mrs. Jessie Hicks of Seloc, the moth
er Mr. J. E. Hicks of Manning is ex
Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic will
cure chills and fever. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
The Sumter Bar is represented in
court this week by Messrs. R. 0. Purdy,
Marion Moise and R. D. Lee.
We are still headquarters for all fine
Perfumery and Extracts. Call and ex
amine our stock. Brockinton.
If your oat crop has been killed by
the cold weather you can get seed to re
sow from Legg & Hutchinson.
The family of Captain W. S. Briggs
of Silver have moved to Manning and
are occupying the Galluchat residence.
We have in stock the genuine Woods'
Early Rose Seed Potatoes. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
$500 worth of Hi.rness and Saddlery
goods. We want your spring trade.
Legg & Hutchinson.
The United States Court will convene
in Charleston the first Tuesday in April.
Mr. J. C. Land of Foreston is on the
India Cholagogue, an unfailing rem
edy for fever and ague. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
If in need~of a good Horse or Mule it
will be to your interest to see Legg &
Hutchinson at once.
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday morning at
11:30 and 4 p. in.. by the pastor. Rev.
J. J. Myers.
The great Japanese Salve, Menthola
tum, cures headche, earache, bruises,
sore throat, neuralgia and all inflama
tions. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
A big lot of the "Russell" One-Horse
and the "Owensborough" Two-Horse
Wagons to arrive in a few days. Legg
Dr.Plumer Clark, manager of Cannon
Street Pharmacy, Charleston, is in
town, on a visit to his sister, Mrs.
P. B. Thames.
The purity of our medicines are re
cognized in' the Philippine Islands, we.
having just received an order from our
far away possessions. The B.. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Ashbell Woods,, third son of Dr. I.
M. Woods was operated on last Thurs
dap in Charleston for appendicitus and
is getting on vcry nicely.
Just arrived, a car load of White
Corn. Let us have your order now be
fore another advance in price. Legg &
A communication giving on account]
of a Washington's birthday entertain
ment at Pine Grove was crowded out
this week, but we shall publish it next
White 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
Miss Lucie Barron has returned home
from Columbia after making a pleasant
visit to friends in Columbia and Sumter
since the adjournment oi the General
A delightfully cool and refreshing lo
tion for preserving and softening the
skn, excellent for chapped hands. face
and lips. Almond Cream. 25c. a bottle.
The R. B. Lo~ryea Drug Store.
Died at his home near Packsville last
Friday night Mr. Irby W. Hodge aged
about i5 years. The deceased was a
staunch citizen and greatly beloved by
Plant see~d that will germinate. To
do so successfully 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
THE MANNING TIMES subscription
list is larger now than at any time smnee
its establishment, and every name is a
bona tide subscriber. None but author
ized names are allowed on our books.
While in town attending court call
at THE TDIES office, and renew your
subscription, or subscribe, if you are
not already a subscriber. The columns
of this paper will be teemingz with in
terest this summer.
The meeting at Andrew's chapel.
near' Panola, closed last Sunday night.
Many were converted during the meet
ing and eleven united with the church.
Mr. Leitch has been invited to hold a
tent meeting at Summerton during the
John DIrr. Poseyville. Ind.. says. "I never
used anything as good as One Minute Cough
Cure. Wve are never without it. --Quickly
breaks up coughs and colds. Cures all throat
and lung troubles. Its use will prevent con
sumption. Pleasant to take. D. 0. Rhame,
Rev. P. B. Wells was called to Char
leston Tuesday night of last week to
conduct the funeral services of a friend.
and on his arrival the friend was still
alive, but in an extremely low state.
Ir. Wells returned home on Thursday
morning having left his friend in an
Mr. Francis TI. Williams. Ph. G..
graduate of South Carolina -Medical
College. pharmacy department. late
with Messrs. A. 0. Barbot & Son. Char
leston. is in charge of our prescription
department. The R. B. Loryea Drug
There will be an entertainment at
the Jordan academy. Friday evening
March 9th. The proceeds are to be
used for the purchase of a school libra
rv. An attractive programme has
been arranged, and we regret that lack
of space prevents us from publishing
it. The exercises will begin at 8 o'clock
admission fee 15 cents.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled 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 petition is being circulated. asking
the Governor to pardon Judson M.
Chewning who was convicted from this
county on the charge of rape. and was
sentenced to life imprisonment in the
State penitentiary. We understand
that the friends of Chewning have the
promise of securing the names of the
trial jury to the petition.
Rheumacide is not recommended for the cure
of every ill: it does not cure everything. But it
is a certain cure for rheumatism. and is a tine
blood puritler and laxative: try it. The R. B
Loryea Drug Store.
Deputy Sheriff Gaillard of Sumter
came to .Manning last Thursday night,
and the next day took Jeff Davis, col
ored. 'who is wainted by the Sumter
authorities on the charge of burglary
and larceny. Davis was arrested in
Manning by Deputy Gamble. *and
lodged in jail, and the Sumter Sheriff
was immediately notified.
Mrs. J. K. Miller. Newton Hamilton. Pa..
writes. '-I think DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
the grandest salve made.' It cures piles and
heals everything. All fraudulent imitations are
worthless. D. 0. Rhame, Summerton: Dr. W.
M. Brockinton. Manning.
Mr. C. M. Mason of Foreston, and
Mr. S. 1. Till after a pleasant trip to
New York were among the passengers
on the steamship Iroquois which was
about forty hours late. It was the first
experience of these gentlemen on the
ocean hence their liberality in contrib
uting food to the fish. They reached'
home on last Saturday morning.
Geo. Barbe. Mendota. Va.. says. -Nothing did
me so much good as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. One
dose relieved me. a few bottles cured me."* It
digests what you eat and always cures dvspep
sia. D. 0. Rhame. Summerton: Dr. A. M.
The schools of Clarendon will be in a
better financial condition this N ear than
even before, and the free school term
will run about 8 months. There is now
to be apportioned throughout the State
according to enrollment about $200.000
of this amount Clarendon will get $4000.
This money comes from the dispensary
profits, and is now in hand and will be
distributed in April next.
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. bilicusness and liver and bowel
troubles. D. 0. Rhame. Summerton; Dr. W. M.
The road in the Puddin Swamp sec
tion, between Mr. McFaddin McIn
tosh's. and Mr. Jack Morris is in a
fearful condition, said to be caused by
being torn up with broad tired log cart
wheels. The people of that section are
very much wrought up over the condi
tion of their highways, and want to
know if those who tear up the roads
should not be forced to repair them.
"-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 eat and cannot fail to
cure. D. 0.,.Rhame. laummerton: Dr. W. M.
Married yesterday morning by Rev.
Father Budds. of the Charleston Cath
edral, Dr. F. H. Williams and Miss
Marie G~leason. The groom is the
accomplished pharmacist at the R. B.
Loryea drug store, and the bride is one
of 'Charleston's charming daughters.
We extend to the happy couple our
congratulations and welcome them to
our town. Mr. J. H. Lesesne attended
the marriage as a friend of the groom.
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
wil cure a cold or an attack of la grippe in less
time than any other treatment. It is pleasant
and safe to take. For sale by the R. B. Loryea
The Florence correspondent of the
News and Courier says " that it is ru
mored that Senator Appelt of Claren
don will be a candidate for Congress
from this district, and that Senator Ap
pelt has not denied the rumor.'' The
charge is not such a grievous one as
makes a denial necessary at this time.
Senator A ppelt has received some very
fattering 1letters from various parts of
the district asking him to enter the
race and there is yet plenty of time to
consider the proposition.
"I had bronchitis every winter for years and
no medicine gave me permanent relief till I be
gan to take One Minute Cough Cure. I know it
is the best cough medicine made." says J.
Koontz. Corry. Pa. It quickly cures colds.
croup, asthma. grippe and throat and lung trou-,
bles. It is the children's favorite remedy. Cures
quickly. D. 0. Rhame. Summerton; Dr. W. M.
It affords me pleasure to state that
the large signs of "Ballard & Ballard's
lour" appearing on the fences in Man
ning, S. C., were painted with Long
man & Martinez's Prepared Paints.
White, and gave perfect satisfac~ion
and were procured from their agents,
the R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M.
[Signed] 0. CLINTON.
Sign Decorator and Artist for Bal
lard & Ballard.
Manning, S. C., Feb. 22 1900.
"After doctors failed to cure me of pneumonia.
I used One Minute Cough Cure and three bottles
of it cured me. It is also the best remedy on
earth for whooping cough. It cured my grand
children of the worst cases."~ writes Jno. Berry.
Loganton. Pa. It is the only harmless remedy
that gives immediate results. Cures coughs.
colds. croup and throat and lung troubles. It
prevent~s consumption. Children always like it.
Mothers endorse it. D. 0. Rhame. Summerton:
Dr. W. M. Brockinton, Manning.
Here comes WV. E. Jenkinson "blow
ing his own horn'' at the same time tell
ing the people something of interest
to them. Read his advertisement in
another' column. and knowing Jenkin
son as you do, you will readily see that
he snaps his fingers in the face of conm
petition and poses as a leader in the
mercantile line. Jenkinson is a cash
seller and therefore has bought his
goods to cater for cash trade, which
means that short profits and rapid sales
is what he depends on for success.
Space lacking prevents a more ex
tended comment. Read the advertise
ment and go and look.
IT Is A REAL PLEASL'RE to us to speak favor
ably of PA~IN-KILLER, known almost unver
sally to be a good and safe remedy for burns
and other pains of the body. It is valuable not
only for colds in winter, but for various summner
complaints, and should be in every family. The
casualty which demands it may come unaware.
-Christian Adv-ocate. Avoid substitutes, there
is but one Pain-Killer. Perry Davis'. Price 25c.
The McRoy Bros. are now engaged
in the erection of two modern houses
in this town, and the farther they get
on with the work the more is it made
clear that the residences of Dr. W. E.
Bown and Mi'. Louis Levi which they
are building, will comnpare very favora
biy in architectural designs, and work
manship with any of the city r-esidences.
It has been thoroughly demonstrated
~that to send away fromn home for con
tractors is a mistake, and the work we
speak of proves that we have as intelli
gent workmen her-e as can be found
'anywhere, all they need is the oppor
tuni- y, and they will show wvhat they
Cotton now is bringing a very high
price. but we see no cause for rejoicing
in this. We do not see where the raise
has helped the farmer who made the
crop. it has not stopped one day's inter
ost on the mortgage of his farm. Whv
Because the raise in pried came after
the farmer was forced to relinquish his
interest in the crop to the merchant.
and the merchant was forced to turn it
over to his creditors. The only ones
helped by the raise is the class who had
money and could afford to take advant
age of the conditions to speculate in the
product. The speculator has filled his
pockets and smiles, while the "man
with the hoe" is permitted to dig right
on. We do not believe the present con
ditions will warrant our farmers in cov
ering the earth with cotton this year.
and would advise that they do not let
the enticing prices of today allure them
into debt to make a big cotton crop.
The farmer who can get his supplies
without going into debt might take
chances., but the farmer who must go in
debt to buy fertilizers and other sup
plies had better consider well the
chances of loss this summer. It. mut
be remembered that purchases made
for the coming crop are at -trust" and
"combination" prices. There is hardly
an article used on the farm which the
trusts have permitted to escape with
out an advance in price. therefore it
behooves everybody :o buy as scantily
as possible. so thaL 1' the price of cot
ton goes down thet- are not so badly
hurt. and should it remain where it is
or go higher. the producer will realize
more out of it.
The new store to be occupied by Mr.
C. W. Kendall is rapidly nearing com
pletion. and in a short time it will be
filled with the very latest styles in
spring goods. Mr. Kendall returned
from the northern markets last Friday
evening, and he tells us that his pur
chases this season can not be excelled
in price, quality and beauty. His hav
ing had the cash to make his deals gave
him a decided advantage, and in
manyr lines he feels confident that he
will be able to sell to his customers for
iess than some merchants can buy in
the markets. His new store will have
all the modern improvements. and he
will devote himself to the task of in
ducing back a trade which left this
place after he was blirned out. Mr.
Kendall has made special arrangements
to supply the millinery demand, and
while looking out for this branch. he
secured the services of Mrs. Clarion
Gibbs. a lady with long experience, and
so proficient. in the art that Hill Bros.
the largest dealers in millinery goods
in the United States sent her to Paris
to purchase their pattern hats. Mrs.
Gibbs and Miss Mollie Avant will have
full charge of the millinery department
and the ladies of this section can feel
assured that they will have their wants
supplied by these ladies. To secure the
services of Mrs. Gibbs, Mr. Kendall!
was put to a great expense, but he be
lieves that tie expenditure will be ;
good investment, and by this enterprise
1pes to keep the ladies of this and
a joining counties from going to the
cities for their millinery. The readers
of THE TIMES will be kept posted as to
the movements of this energetic mer
chant, and when he moves into his new
store which will be one of the hand
somest in this section of the State he
will start off with a grand opening, and
he extends an invitation to the public
to call and inspect his goods and prices.
The February term of court opened
last Monday morning while a heavy
snow was falling. Hon. D. A. Town
send. Solicitor Jo. S. Wilson. and
Stenographer Col. George D. Tillman
Jr. were at their respective posts. It
took some time to get the court organ
ized owing to the inclement weather.
His Honor charged the jury as to their
duties and, after reviewing the duties
of grand jurors, he laid special stress.
on the duty to look after the various
offices. His charge was weli, and
clearly delivered, and general in its
The following true bills were return
The case of the State against Frank
H. Hursey indictment for murder and
carrying concealed weapons.
State vs. Scy Connors and Ellis Con
State vs. John Billups, false packing of
a bale of cotton, and exhibiting for sale
a bale of cotton so fraudulently packed.
E State vs. James Washington Green:
and James Dow, Larceny.
cOwing to the absence of an important
witness the libel case against J. P
Brock was not entered upon on Mon
day, and a bench warrant was issued
for M1r. S. A. Brunson the absent wit
The case against F. H. Hursey was
also postponed until Wednesday morn
ing so as to give time for an Attorney
friend to reach here from Florence to
participate in the defence.
Monday it may be said was fruitlessly
James Washington Green, and James
Dow pleaded guilty, and they were each
fned $25 which their friends paid and
they were discharge.
Scy Connors and Ellis Connors plead
ed guilty, and sentenced was postponed
as their testimeny would probably need
ed in the prosecution of others. This
is the famous Silver cotton stealing case
which had promised to develope a start
ling sensation, but in our opinion there
will be nothing startling in it. and the
report of a likelihood of white men
being charged with complicity in the
crime is mere moonshine.
Walter Wilson in jail, charged with
high way robberry was turned loose,
because the prosecuting witness did;
not show up, and the evidence placed
at the Solicitor's disposal would not
convict. He therefore entered a nol
On yesterday the court opened with
the entering upon of the case against;
J. P. Brock: the court room was full of
interested p~eople, and from the very
beginning the lawyers for the defence
showed that every inch of ground would
be carefully contested. The defendant
is ably represented, by Hon. J. F.
Rhame of the local Bar, and Col. R. D.
Lee and Major MIarion Moise of the
Sumter Bar. The State is aided by
Captain W. C. Davis.
The case will occupy the whole of
this day. The testimony is about alli
in.and'the arguments will be concluded
this afternoon. Owing' to the prominence:
of the Richhourg and Brock families
this case has created a great deal of
regret as well as interest.
GRAND Jt-RY PRESENTMIENT.
STATE OF SI.rITH CAROLINA--Clarendon Co..
Court of General Sesssions Feb. Term. 1900.
To His Honor. D. A. Townsend. Presiding
After tinishing the work of acting on the
bills of indictment sent to us by the Solicit or.I
we feel that it is unnecessary to prolong our
stay at the county seat at this term, and con
luded to close up our work for the present, and
at a future term we will be prepared to report
fully on the condition of the various offices. the
roadls. bridges, and other matters of piublic coil
We will say, however, that we have made amn
nspection of the County Jail, and pronounce
the same as wholly uuit to incarcerate humaln
being5. and we would reccommend that our
Represetatives5 be instructed to devise means
to build a new jail, and we wonld suggest tha
the question of "Jail" or No -Jail" be agai
submitted to the qualified voters of the County.
Complaints have been made to us of de-relie
tion of duty on the part M~agistrate A- P. Ragin
in so far, that he refused to act in a suit h
tween W. D. Barwick and L. S. Barwick. after
the parties had complied with what the law'
reuired of them. We examined the said 3IM
istrate and find, that the complaint is wetll
founded from his own admissions.
A claim of $16.25 alleged to have been ref used
payment by the County Board of Commission
ers has been called to our attention. and as we0
do not regard it in our province to act on claims
of this nature. we have looked into tile matter
and found that MIagistrate A. P. Ragin claims
to have paid out of his own fuiids thle sum of
$1. in the transportation of a prisoner and
guards in the case of the State against Frank
Hursey: we therefore recommend that the
Board of County Commissioners take up this
claim again andl give it a thorough investiga
J. 31. RICHAmsDsoyN.
C UBA N OIL cures
Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
Sold by the R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
This is your opportunity to get the
only official life of D. L. MIoody. writ
ten by his son. W. R. loody. I
have the agency for the western portion
of (larendon county.
44-3t].A. T. DUNLOP.
"The Better Part
Of valor is discretion." and the better part of
the treatment of disease is prevention. Disease
originates in impurities in the blood. Hood's
Sarsaparilla purities the blood. People who
take it at this season say they are kept healthy
the year round. It is because this medicine ex
pels impurities and makes the blood rich and
All liver ills are cured by Hood's Pills. 25c.
W ANTED-Honest man or woran to travel
for large house: salary 6 monthly and
ex-penses. with increase: position permanent:
inclose self-addressed stamped envelope. MAN
AGER. 330 Caxton bldg. Chicago. 1apl0
When it is admitted by the public that we
carry the largest and most complete line of
PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES
and everything appertaining tc thi needs of the
We have furnished the Paints. Oils. Glass.
etc.. for many residences and churches 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 tigures.
We are sole agents for
Longman & flartinez's
Celebrated Prepared Paints.
We would be pleased to have our friends
s-rite or call and inspect our line of Paints.
R. B. LORYEA
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Propr.
Sign of Golden
MANNING, s. C.
'PHONE NO. 2.
Just received, a large line of
New Embroideries in Edging and
nsertions, as pretty as can be
and so good in quality as to sat
isfy any one.
I bought largely and direct
from the manufacturers, thereby
saving the jobbers' profit. So,
notwithstanding the advance in
the price of all goods, I am in
position to offer you some bar
ains in this line.
My stock of Lawn and Mfull
Embroideries, Val. and Torchon
Laces are simply beautiful. La
ies, don't take my word for it,
but come and see for yourselves
and I am satisfied you will bear
ne out in my statement.
And don't forget to look at my
line of Embroidery Silks, Em
broidered Handkerchiefs, Belt
Buckles, Jet Belts, Puff and Side
Combs, Linen Burow Scarfs,
Tray Covers, Center Pieces, ALL
STAMPED, ready to be em
In fact a lady c-an find in my
store almost anything she wants,
even a Bicycle, (the Rambler)
one of the best on the market, in
Ladies' or Gent's.
I also handle the Ideal, the
best wheel you ever saw for $25.
Ladies' or Gent's. Come and
pass your judgment on them and
I am sure if you want a wheel
you will buy one of them.
And, by the way, I have on
hand about 500 Flower Pots, in
all sizes,that I am offering cheap.
When you come to town don't
fail to come to see me.
SIt is an easy matter to claim that a
remedy has wondcrful turative powe-r.
Thie mianufacture~rs of
icave it to those who have been perma
ncntly and positively cured of RHEU-?
MATISM to make claims. Among those
who have recently written us voluntary
letters saying they have been cured are:
Rev. J. L. Foster. Raleigh. N. C.: Mr. J.
E. Robinson. editor. Goldsboro. N. C..
Daily Argus: Mr. A. Daus. a prominenit?
merchant. Macon. Ga..- and Mr. W. R.
Duke. a railroad man. Kansas City. Mo.
RheurnacldelWill Curoc You.
Mauatrdby the 0
2 BuBBITT DUt Co.. Raleigh. N. C.
+ Sold in Manning by the R. B. Lory-ea
Always attract attention from the careful housekeeper,
especially those who have bought Tinware and after a short time found holes
eaten by 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. which is as
yit 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 i, rusted
with new pieces.
We have Anti-Rust Tin in Sealders at 75e: 2-pint Tea Pots, 53c: 4-pint Tea
or Coffee Pots at 65c: 6-pint Pot. 75e: Pudding Pans at 20, 25. 30, 35 and 40e:
Milk Pans. 20. 23 and 30e: Bread Raiser. k1.25: Stove Boiler. $2.23; Toilet Sets.
STobacco G rowersA
Will do well to call and see our new device for applying Paris Green. We
give a free demonstration of how to use it. and the best judges tell us it is ahead
of anything offered yet. as it will save more than half 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, C)Ilars, Hames and Traces.
Don't throw your old Bicycle awa : come and get repairs for it.
Our stock of Paints and Oils will i -terest you if you want any. in quality and
price. Very truly.
Manning Hardware Co.
S. R. VENNING,
Jeweler & Watch Repairer,
MANNING, S. C.
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.
Such 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 Postoffice.
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IWhite Goods &
Wash Dress Goods
We Are Record=Breakers
In all lines of White Dress Goods this sea
son, and "Wash Goods are all the rage," says
3 the -'Mode Paris."
We have English Long Cloth, the most re
liable and durable thing you can get to make
your summer shirt-waist of. PRICES LOW.
3 Also Dimities, Linons, Cambrics, Lawns,
P K's and P Q's for Shirt Waists, prices
from 5c. to 50c. yard.
Heavy P K's, P Q's, Welts and Ducks for
Skirts, running from 10c. to 35c.
Our line of
Silk Shirt Waist Patterns,
No two alike, are just the prettiest things
anywxhere. They are the season's newest de
C= Our SILKS at 85 and 90c. are what others
3 get 81.23 for.
i Black Skirt Goods
We are headquarters, from l0c. to 81.25
per y ard, embracing all the popular weav es
3 and effects, Brocadines. Pophins, Mohairs,
Sircillians, Briliantines, Serges and Melrose
Cloths. The prices are so low that any one
can reach them.
You will find also a full line of Colored
Dress Goods, such as Waverly's Jaquards,
Cashmeres, Henriettas, Poplins, Serges, Blue
Mohairs, etc.. at 10c. yard and up.
The Old Reliable
\Wim. E. H olmes & Co.,
209 JEast ]Eay,
- DEALERS~ IN -
Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnish and Brushes, Lanterns.
Tar Paper and Building Paper.
Headquarters for the Celebrated Palmetto Brand of Cylinder, Planing
ngio ne lnd Greases.
We wish to announce to our many friends and patrons that never in the his
tory of our business were we better prepared to take care of our friends than
this spring, for early last fall we placed large orders for spring deliveries-mid
thus we are in a position to name prices 15 to 20 per cent lower than our compet
itors. and it is our intention to give our patrons the benefit of our good bu
There is one thing that we would like to impress upon our patrons, wes
nothing but first class goods. First class goods are better for the merchant who
sells them and better for the customer who buys them. Cheap, shoddy goods
are dear at any price.
Some Astonishing Prices.
Can anybody beat these prices? Will anybody try?
4.000 yards I yard wide Brown Homespun at 3e. per yard by the bolt; 4c.- .
per yard when cut.
4.000 yards nice Spring Shirting Print Calico at 4tc. per yard.
4.000 yards Crash Skirting that cannot be sold elsewhere for less than 8c:
per yard. but we offer you this lot as long as it lasts for only 6tc. per yard.
Our line of Piques, Duck, Skirtings, Percales and Suitings is the most
complete ever shown in this town.
Just call and see the line of Percales one yard wide that we are offering at
10c. per yard. We feel sure that you cannot buy them in this market or any
where else for less than 121c. per yard. We don't care what other people say
about these goods. it will pay you to see our line before you buy, for we have the
goods and we bought them at the right prices and we are going to sell them
Dress Goods and Silks.
Our line of Dress Goods and Silks is the most exclusive we have ever shown
at this season of the year. Especially do we wish to call the attention of the
trade to our line of Silks and Dress Skirtings, Black Crepon Skirting, Black and
Navy Blue Briliantines, in all prices, from 40c. per yard to $1.
Our line of Silk Shirt Waists is the -richest and most exclusive ever shown
in this town.
Mrs. Barfield has recently moved her dressmaking depaitment to our store
and our patrons will find in Mrs. Barfield an able adviser as to the prevailing
styles of the day.
-1 MILLINERY -:- MILLINERY. >
Our Millinery Department will be under the able management of Miss Lydia
Coppedge. who filled this position so acceptably last season.
Miss Coppedge is now in the North at the great centres of fashion buying
our spring stock of Millinery and studying the styles. Miss Cop ge will re
main in market several weeks yet, and when she returns she V1 show one of.
the finest lines of spring and summer Millinery ever shown in this town and it
will not be amiss to say that she will have styles down on the tips of her fingers.
A Word About Shoes,
Clothing and Hats.
If you want a nice, genteel Suit of Clothes or a nice Hat or pair of Shoes, it
will pay you to come to the Jenkinson Dry Goods Store for them, for we have
them at the right prices.
Three hundred pair of Little Boys' Knee Pants at 25, 30, 40 and 50c. per pair.
Gents', if you need nice Linen Collars, Cuffs and Shirts, come to-our store
and you will get what you want, for we have just gotten in a lot of 100 dozen Col
lars and Cuffs-all pure linen which we sell at astonishingly low prices.
Remember that we are sole agents for W. Scott Harvin's famous line of Ho
siery, the best goods on earth for the money we ask for them, Ladies', Gent's
and Children's, in Tan and Black, all at 10c. per pair.
W. E. JENKNSON.
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 [ta...........45
Best Half Patent Flour, per bbl.. 4 05 Sle ef........36
Good Family Flour, per bbl...3 15 BA IGP W ES
Delivered at your station at above Rx 0-b ksi o....36
price shipped from mill.Re,10il.cninbx ...30
SUGAR. 6 -b ksRxSd rewt
Standard Granulated, in bbls.... 25 60caedlvrdtyorep.
Standard Granulated, in bb.. 5 70COF .
Extra C, in bags................ 4 80
Extra C. in bb1s..............4 75 etGenRii as 15ls.1~
RICE. Go re ii as 3 b.
Good clean grain, 100-lb. bags. 3 00 TA
Good broken grain, in 100-lb. bgs 2 50GodunPwe,1lbbxpl.3c
Best Head, per lb............... 05GodBakin1lb oe....c
GRITS AND MEAL. Pgdi cpg,1 kst b. 0
2-bushel bags Grits....... .....1 15 MXDCNY
2-bushel bags Meal............1 10 -l.pisGm ixdpelb...7
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In new sacks, per bushel......... 60 SalSikCny nbl,20ls57
10-lb. cad dies. per lb.. 27, 28. 30. 33 & 35c LmnS:NcNcS:... &
Octagon. in 1-box lot.........$3 60
Octagon; in 3-box lot..........3 55 ALO DMILSUF
Octagon, in 10-box lot.........3 50On-afgoscepr ..*28
Octagon, in 25-box lot.........3 40Deirdin5gosotat 57
Victory, 100 cakes in box.......2 85OM TOS
Tip-Top, 110 cakes in box.......2 75
40-lb. boxes, per lb............3.602-bcas2dz.icseprcse 7
Celluloid, 64 pkgs in case.......$2 50 CN E ON
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Rival, 4 doz. cans in case, 5e size, 1 25
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