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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING. S. C.. OCT. 1., 1900.
Some Jolters for Our October Sale.
One case of Gent's Heavy Fleece
Lined Undershirts and Drawers at 4c
each. or 85c per pair. This is the kind
that usually sells for 60e each: Drawkers
to match at the same price.
One ease of Gent's Heavy Jer-.cv
Knit Vests at 25c, the kind that always
sells for 35c.
One hundred dozen Ladies' Heavy
Jersey Knit Cotton Vests at 23c each,
or 45c per pair.
One case of Fruit of the Loom Bleach
only Tic per yard as long as it lasts.
Twenty-five dozen Gent's Negligee
Percale Shirts, the "5c kind, but we are
running them off during this sale at 5c
each. Gents', this is a value that you
must not miss-only 50c for a 75c Shirt.
Just think of it, you can get a $1 Hat
at the Jenkinson Dry Goods Store for
50c and a $1.50 Hat for only ;5c. and so
on. This is another lot of Sample Hats
so you must not fail to see them.
Remember our great Shoe Sale. A
25-cent reduction on every pair of Shoes
bought from us during the month of
The Jenkinson Dry Goods Store is the
place to get good goods at honest
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given that no advertise
ments will be changed in this paper where
the copy is brought in later than Saturday
Mrs. J. A. Burgess of Georgia is in
Manning on a visit to her parents.
You get fair treatment at S. I. Till's.
Grape Juice delicious': refreshing at
Brockinton's Soda Four-t.
Died last Sunday Agnes, infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dick
Till's store is always crowded: he has
Brockinton's Soda Water, Bright,
sparkling, cold and refreshing.
Mr. Joseph S. Dickson of Boardman
N. C. spent last Monday and Tuesday
S. I. Till is offering some red hot
prices. Read his ad.
How about a Lemon Phosphate now
at Brockinton's Fount.
Married this evening at Jordan by
Rev. W. A. Pitts.Mr. Claude Chewning
and Miss Mary McCoy.
Buy your goods from Till, he is the
leader and controller of low prices.
Soda Water. cold as it ought to be,
and sweet as you like it at Brockinton's.
There is a letter in the post office ad
dressed "in care of a friend." The
friend doesn't show up fast.
Get that Trunk and buy it full of
goods from Till's.
Died last Sunday at Davis Cross
Roads,Lottie,a two year old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff M. Davis.
Every where you look you see yellow
bundles from S. I. Till's, that means
We regret to learn that Mr. S. M.
Nexsen of Davis, one of the largest mer
chants in Clarendon is quite ill.
Harris Lithia Springs Water sold in
any quantity. W e are agents for Man
ning. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Died last night, at the home of Mr.
J. E. Lee in the Fork, an infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Lee of New Zion.
No other pills can equal DeWitt's Lit
tle Early 1 sers for promptness. cer
tainty and efficiency. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
The best that money can buy should
be your aim in choosing a medicine,
and this is Hood's Sarsaparilla. It
cures when others fail.
For sprains, swellings and lameness there is
nothig so good as Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
Try it. For sale by The R. B. Loryes Drug
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop..
Bishop W. J. Gaines will deliver a
lecture in the A. M. E. church, Friday
evening. Subjiect Harmony of the
Races. Admission 10 cents.
M M. Moore, Clerk Council, Colum
bus, Ga., writes: I have known TEETH
INA (Teething Powders) to remove
worms when all other remedies failed.
The many friends in this county, will
be saddened to learn that Col. W. .B.
Wilson of Charleston, is quite, ill with
typhoid fever at the Riverside Infir
For the week ending 13th, inst. the
business at the dispensary was as fol
lows: Consumers price, $1,126.10: In
voice price, 848.79: Gross profits,
Captain R. R. Hudgins of Foreston,
who has been quite sick, was in Man
ning last Monday,looking as bright and
chipper as a lad looking for his first
Jenkinson turned out a magnificient
trousseau for a lady who is to be mar
at Jordan on the 23rd, inst. It is said
to be the finest trousseau ever seen in
Chairman J. K. Jones of the National
Democratic Committee writes State
Chairman Wilie Jones that Tillman is
doing splendid work in the West ",win
ning golden opinions eve-y where."
A gentleman living out of the county
owns 131* acres of land about five
miles West of Manning which he has
placed in our hands for sale. Partie:
desiring to purchase can get prices at
We understand that nearly $1,000 has
been collected from seed cotton licenses,
and still there are some who are evad
ing the law. Supervisor Owens has
received the necessary information .i
regard to these, and he proposes toin
dict the last one of them if they do no'
ome up and take out the license right
This is the season when mothers are
alarmed on acconnt of croup. It 1:
quickly cured by One Minute Cough
Cure, wvhich children like to take. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Lor
We would thank our friends tosupply
their wants for Sunday on the preceed
ig day. As there is no disposition on
our part to evade the town laws and
we give notice that only Medicines and
Prescriptions will have our attention
er Sunaays.' We make this announce
mentso our friends will understan~d that
we are not arbitrary or disobliging.
The . B. Loryea Drug Store.
Ar unprovoked assault was comn
mitted upon TH E T1Miss editor vester
in the store of C. M. Davis & CL. u
Mr. .. D. Gertad the managZer. W e
appened to step inside the store when
without warning. Mr. Gerald alpproach
ed us, snatched the tie fr-om off om
nck and in a twinkling replaced P
with a magnificent black silk one. aug
told us to look decent. Mr. Geral'
wants everybody that goes out of hi.
store to go out (v.ell dressed and if they
Last Smuray agi:rae lch
of St P'aul. st' a1 mullla;(+ b thle I: a
of Thomas \Whaley to jail suspe
the murder of ' magistrate m
county. Georgia. His com~anin : n
Major was arrted inl tow a o
are being hld int l the G erpa :.
thorlties semi dome l to *I
Working Night and Day.
: -:;.p r : h I *.b i th .1. Ler:.e
There is slom' prospect for a new tel
e)holtie sytlem i n Manting, ole that
will hl'ecot'tedl with the long distance
"phones" so that our business men cai
talk with persons in the principal cities
in the United States. A representa
ie of the syndicate was here vester
day, and in his talk with us. he pro
pose to extend his wires into the towns
and through the country. and have lhe
rate within every body's reach.
The R. B. Lcrvea D)i- Store h1 tO
inform their many kind patrons that we
observe the following hours: During
the week our drug stole is open from 6
a. m. to 9 p. ml.: Saturday nihts to
11:30. Sund av hours. n. m. to 14:30 p.
In.: 3:30 to t:: p. i. Night calls re
sponded to protmlpltly and cheerfully by
our Pharmacist. r J \. A nt Oh.
G.. who res.ide at Mrs. S. A. Wells
The congregation of tht A. M. E.
church in this place ito have a uni
Lue 'ceremonial tomorrow. The church
was involved in debt and by the stren
eons efforts of Pastor J. C. Williams
the debt has been paid and now the
church stands free: to celebrate this
emancipation from a monetary bondage.
there will be a service tomorrow at
which the cancelled mortgag are to
be placed upon an altar a.Ad there
burned. Bishop W. .1. Gaines. the
author of several literary works.
among which is the book that has been
read with interest, and has received
high praise from men of letters. en
titled "The negro and the white man."
will be present and will conduct the
service. Tomorrow night the Bishop
will have an additional service. Bishop
Gaines is a pulpit orator of high ability,
and he is noted for his conservative
views, broad intellect, and pious de
meanor. We hope to be able to ac
cept the invitation to attend the ser
vice tomorrow evening. Rev. J. C.
Williams pastor in charge also extends
a general invitation to the white people
to go out to hear Bishop Gaines
'rave Men Fall
V ietitns to stotiach. liver and kidney troubles
as wel as wome:.. and anl feel the results in loss
of appetite. poisons in the blood. backache.
nrvousness, headache and tired. listless, run
dov:n feelorg. But there's no need to feel like
that. I :sten to J. W. Gardner. Idaville. Ind.
r ..ys: "Electric Bitters are just the thing for
a m.' when he is all run down. and don't care
whethei !te l..-: or dies. It did more to give
me new strength and good appetite than any
thing I could take. I can now eat anything and
have a new lease on life." Only 5) cents. at the
R. B. Loryea Drug Store Every bottle guar
On account of the illness of Judge
Gary there was no court. On Monday
morning the jurors. witnesses and all
others interested in the October term
of court were on hand and ready to at
tend to the business. but the Judge had
not arrived and after waiting until all
the morning trains could get in.Clerk of
Court Timmons telegraphed to Colum
bia to ascertain the cause of His Honor's
absence; for several hours he waited
for a reply and getting none. he called
court and then took a recess until the
next morning, giving those in atten
dance an opportunity to go home if they
so desired. Later in the afternoon a
telegram came from JTudge Gary stat
ing that he was in the hospital in Col
umbia with his temperature at 105 and
ordered the clerk to adjourn the court
sine die. Had this telegram reached
here two hours earlier one whole day's
expense would have been saved to the
taxpaers, as it is. the county will have
to pay the bailiff's. jur'ors and witnesses
for Tuesday just as if they had actually
served. We presume, under the cir
cumstances the Bar at this place will
petition for a special term, because
thee are seven prisoners in jail. and
quite a number of people out on bond:
it would be a hardship indeed to keep
prisoners in jail when perhaps if given
Ia trial their innocence would be proven.
Sumter is to have a special term soon.
and we would suggest that Clarendon
ask to have a term immediately on the
adjournment of the Sumter court.
Red Hot from the Gun
Was the ball that hit G. B. Steadman of New
ark. Mich.. in the Civil War. it cau-ed horrible
ulers that no treatment helped for 20 years.
Thea Buckien's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures
cuts. hruises. burns, boils, felons, corns. sin
eruptions. 1sest pil' cure on (arth. :5 eents a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by the Ri. Ii. Lor
yea Drug Store. 3
The tobacco growei's of this county
are somewhat restless over the charges
that are being required at all of the
warehouses, and we understand they
proose holding a meeting soon for the
purpose of asking the General Assem
bly to give them r'emedial legislation.
We all remember the robbery imposed
upon the farmers by the cotton factors
a few years ago, but their charges will
not begin to compare with some of the
warehouse charges. There is a law
upon the statute books now, but the
warehousemen ignore it. and the con
sequence is; that t man permits himself
to be misused and says nothing about .it.
Iif the tobacco growers were to organmze
Iand have ofieials whose business it
shall be to prosecute, there would be
more respect for the law and probably
some of 'the pr-esent warehousemer
would go out of the business. We cat
assure the growers of tobacco. if they
will organize and present to the de
gation a relief bill which is liberal anc
fair, every effort will be made to get i
thrught'h Lgisatue.The farmer~i
clas .All that is necessary, is foi' thenm
Ito agree upon theiir needs and make
Ither wants known.
Dr. W. H. Lewis. Lawrenceville. Va.
w~rites "I am using Kodol Dyspepsi
tue in my practice among severe case:
of indigestion and tind it an admir'ablt
iemedy. Many hundreds of physi
cians depend upon the use of Kodol D~ys
pema~ Cure in stomach troubles. I
diests what von eat, and allows you tf
eat all the good food you need, provid
ing you do not overload your stomach
Gives instant relief and a permnanen
cure. The RI. B. Loryea Drug Store
Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
Some minister's practice what they
preach, but never at such great length
and use Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar
rha Remedy for all pains of the stomach ani
al unnatural looseness of the bowels, It alway:
cures. For sale by the R. B. Loryea Drug Store
Isaac M. Loryca. Propr. Dna
The tears of joy and sadness at-c boi
Idrawn from the same tnknr.
Beasth6 The Kid Ylui Hav6 Always B80!it
"l Brv LL.le
rc- s rg.' -.
Thtr. wiii )e no prayer leting at
the \itthodlit church on Thursday af
ternton. In-tead of this there will be
preaching on Thsiday ni.rht at t
o'clok b y the Presiding Elder. I hv. T.
.. (ivil. After preaching the last
Iuart'1r Conference will be held. Ev
ryIboy is invited.
It Happened in a Drug Store.
+)v" d:av last winter a lady came to my drue
asked for a brand of cough medicine
that I did not have in stock." says Mr. C. R.
(;ran din.-the popular drugrist of Ontario. N. Y.
I She was disappointed and wanted to know
what cotch preparation I could recommend. I
,aid to her that I could freely recommend
hanb:erlain's Cou:h Remedy and that she
cou:d take a bottle of the remedy and after ziv
in: it a fair trial if she did not ind it worth the
money to brin;: hack the bottle and I would re
fund the price paid. In the course of a day or
two the lady came back in company with a
friend in need of a cough medicine and advised
her to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. I consider that a very good recon
iendation for the remedy.' It is for sale by
Th- It. 13. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea.
On Friday night. October 19th, Miss
Belle Kearney will lecture at the Insti
tute on the subject of Temperance.
Miss Kearney is national lecturer for
the W. C. T. U.. and is traveling
through the South in the interest of
this work. The lecture is free. Ev
erybody is invited. Come: Lecture
begins at S o'clock.
Do not get scared if your heart trou
bles you. Most likely you suffer from
indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di
gests what you eat and gives the worn
out stv:nach perfect rest. It is the
only preparation known that completely
digests all classes of foods: that is why
it cures the worst cases of indigestion
and stomach trouble after everything
else has failed. It may he taken in all
conditions and cannot help but do you
good. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
Revenge is sweet only when com
pared to the bitterness of hate.
Torturing skin eruptions. burns and
sores are soothed at once ind promptly
healed by applying DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve. the best known cure for
piles. Beware of worthless counter
feits. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
For three days and nights I suffered agony
untold from an attack of cholera morbus
brought on by eating cucumbers." says M. E.
Lowther. clerk of the district court. Centerville.
Iowa. "I thought I should surely die. and tried
a dozen di'erent medicines but all to no pur
pose. I sent for a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses
relieved ine entirely." This remedy is for sale
by The 1. 13. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Lor
People waste lots of time telling you
what they said to somebody else.
Feelings of safety pervade the house
hold that uses One M1inute Cough Cure,
the only harmless remedy that pro
duces iinmediate results. It is infalli
ble for coughs, colds. croup and all
throatt and lung troubles. It will pre
vent consumption. The R. B3. Loryea
Drug Store. Isaae MI. Loryea, Prop.
The more reason a man has for in
dination, the less comfort he gets out
The best method of cleansing the
liver is the use of the famous little pills
known as DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
Easy to take. Never gripe. The R. B.
Lorea Drug Store, Isaac M1. Loryea,
It Saves the Children.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has saved the
lives of thousands of croupy children. It is also
without an equal for colds and whooping cough.
For sale by the R. 13. Loryea Drug Store. Isaae
.M. Loryea, Propr. ujanlay
It is wvell to know that DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve will heal a burn and
stop the pain at once. It will cure
ezemna and skin diseases an~d ugly
wounds and sores. It is a certain cure
Ifor piles. Counterfeits may be otfered
ou. See that you g7t the original De
\itt's Witch Hazel Salve. The RI. B.
Lorea Drug Store, Isaac M1. Loryea.
The best thing about Adam was his
'rib-and that was removed to make a
Does it Pay to Buy Cheapi
A cheap remedy for coughs and colds
is all right, but you want something
that will relieve and cure the more se
vere~ and dangerous results of throat
and lung troubles. What shall you do?
Go to a wvarmer and more regutlar chi
mate't Yes. if possible: if not possible
o vou. then in either case take the
ONLX remedy that has been introduced
Iin all civilized countries with success im
s~vere throat and lung troubles, "Bos
hee' German Syrup." It not only
letls and stimulates the tissues to de
trov the germn disease, but allays inla
mation, causes easy expectoration, gives
a~ ood night's rest, and cures the pa.
tient. Try vOE bottle. Recommended
many years by all druggists mf the
world.' For sale by the R. B. Lorvea
Drug Store. Isaac M1. Loryea, Propr. 1
We live by our blood, and on
it. W e thrive or starve, as
our blood is rich or~ poor.
Tfhere is nothing else to live
on or by.
Whe'n strength is full and
spirits high, we aire being re
freshed, bone muscle and brain
in body and mind, with con'
tinual flow of rich blood.
This is health.
WVhen weak, in low~ spirits
no cheer, no spring, when rest
is not recst arid sleepi is not
sleep, we are star :d : our blood
is poor;,there is little nutri
met mn it.
Back of the blood, is food
to keep the blood rich. When
it fais ta*ke Scott's iimuision
of C..od iver. (1. 1t sts the
whole1. bod ing gai-ma
Notice of Election
For Presidential Electors and Representatives
in the 57th Congress of the United States.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon. 1
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held at the several pre
cincts established by law in Claren
don County, on Tuesday, November
0, 1900, for nine Presidential Electors,
and for a Representative in the Fifty
Seventh Congress of the United
States, Sixth Congressional District.
Polls at each voting precinct will
be opened at 7 o'clock A. M. and
closed at 4 o'clock P. M.
The following named persons have
MANAGERS OF ELECTION,
Fulton. at Clarendon-J C Man
ning, D W Brown, G W Smith.
Calvary, at Hodge's Corner-J D
Beatson, B P Broadway, Frank
Friendship, at Panola-Felix Chew
ning, S P Holladay, H H Mathis.
St Paul, at St Paul-J P Butler, R
M McKnight, H A Richbourg.
Santee, at Jordan-Connor Wells,
J C Graham, C R Sprott.
St Mark's, at Duffie's Old Store-J
M Oliver, J C Drose, L B Gibson.
Concord, at Summerton-S 0 Can
tey, W A Fischer, Elliott Keels.
St James, at Davis X Roads-G I
Lesesne, J H Horton, R F Turner.
Sammy Swamp, at Packsville-C C
Thames, Arthur Felder, N L Carra
Manning, at Manning-J H Les
esne, J W Ridgill, J J Bragdon.
Mt Zion. at Wilson's-J M Strange,
W C White, Jeff D Holladay.
Brewington, at Foreston-J H Bos
well, J H Johnson, Smith Land.
Plowden's Mill, at Alcolu-Paul
Harvin, I B Bagual, J M Bagnal.
Harmony, at Chandler's-A H D
Chandler, ~V I Hudnal, A M White.
Midway, at Barrow's Mill-John
Barrow, D B Young, J W Kennedy.
New Zion, at Boykin's-H G Den
nis, J W Gibbon, R W Wheeler.
Douglas, at Cole's Mill-J Smith, A
J Hicks, F N Thomas.
Sandy Grove, at McFaddin's Store
-W D McFaddin, W L Barrineau,
The ballot boxes in the precincts
must be so located as to be in view
of persons outside the polling place
during the time of the election.
A space or enclosure separate and
distinct from that used by the Man
agers of the State Election, must be
railed off or otherwise provided, at
each precinct, under direction of the
But one voter must be allowed to
enter any voting place at a time, and
no one except the Managers must be
allowed to speak to the voter while in
the voting place casting his vote.
For further instruction see notice
of Commissioners of State Election.
One of the Managers at each pre
cinct named above must call upon
the Board of Commissioners for the
Federal Election at Manning on Sat
urday, 3rd day November, 1900, to
receive ballot boxes, poll lists and in
structions, and to be qualified.
B. A. JOHNSON,
S. W. McINTOSH,
L. T. FISCHER,
Commissioners of Federal Election.
Manning, S. C., October 16, 1900.
!ONMAN & MARTINEZ' CELEBRATED PAINTS
Are used with profit and satisfrion from
MAINE to CALIFORNIA.
&L OUTSIDE AND INSIDE
. . WHITE AND COLORS
Are sold 'inder a Guarantee.
We have numerous testimonials commending
the quality and endurance of L. & M. PAINTS
from Manning- Clarendon and adjoining coun
TH . B. LORY TORE
Carries the most complete line of L. & M.
Paints. White Lead. Plastico and Muresco,
Wagon and Carriage Paints. Floor Paints, Var
nish Stains-all colors-Domestic Paints, one
pint cans: Burnt and Raw Umber and Sienna,
I-ory and Drop Black Prussian Blue.
Our Oil Department
Is particularly full, embracing Wood Filler,
Fish Oil. Japan Dryer. Sperm Oil, Asphaltum.
Copal and Coach Varnish. Hard oil Finish.
Neats' Foot Oil. Machine Oil. Raw and Boiled
Linseed Oil. Machine Oil. Spindle Oil. Kerosene
Oil. Vestal Oil. 175 per cent: Turpentine. Vene
tian Red. Spanish Brown.. Whiting, Plaster of
Paris. Glass. Putty and Triangles.
Contractors. Bullders and Painters will find
it to their material advantage to .communmcate
or see us in person cre placing their orders.
It goes without saying that as usual our stock
DRUGS AND FlEDICINES
Is complete in every particular, and that no
second grade goods arc permitted to enter our
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sip~n of the
MANNINC, S. C.
"'=H ON E NO. :2.
MisOlivia Ing-am will be pleased to sec
Mr. Jlno. E. Ai-rant. Ph. G.. graduate of South
Carolina College or Pharmacy. is in charge of
our Pr ecrition Depairtment.
RAMON'S NERVE AND BONE OIL
still head the list and are acknowledged by
all to be the great conqulerors of pains.
aches and diseases for which they are
RamorQes' Rolict'will positively cure
pains of all kinds, such as Headache, Sick
headache. Toothache, Neuralgia, Cramp
Colic, Pains in the stomacih and Bowels,
Diarrhaa &e., almost instantly, and, as a
honsehold reimedy- for these sudden sick
nesset.- it has no equal in the world. "Once
tried. always used." Price 25 and 50 cents.
sampleU bottles 10 cenits.
Ramon's Ncewo & yn Otu Is the
original and only genuine Ne-rve atnd Bone
Oil made. It is just wvhat it~s name implie,.
anid penetrating quickly 1o the nerve and
belne, relieves pain, dIrives away disease
and effeets a permalnent cure. A specific
for Rhem'natis~m, sores, Bruises. Sprains.
Cuts, Bunn, and all injuries to the fiesh of
either mjan or beast. Price 25 and 50 cents.
Sample bottles 10 cent..
The genuine has the name blown in the
bottle. The Relief is put up in square red
castoons and the Oil in green cartoons
TAKE NO OTHER.
FOR SALE BY
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
BYRD & THARP,
PRACTITIONERS OF MEDICINE
'ails promptly answered day or night.
CADES, S. C.
Two Second-Hand Gins, Feeders ani
'ondensers, comlelte. will be soli
eheal). Thnev are inI good condition.
Manning, S. C.
Land S urveying and Leveling,
I will do Surveying, etc., In Claren
don and ad joining Counties.
all a t ofliee 0or address at Sumter, S
C.P. O.Box 101.
F'IALL AND WINTERI
? riii rrr
OF CLARENDON COUNTY.
lATE Have Exclusive Control 2
in Sumter of the famous
- FECHHEIMER, FISHEL & CO. 3
1 1 CLOTHING.
4 These Suits and Overcoats are
1 r ade by the best tailors in New 2
York city, and are entirely different 3
4/ from the ordinary ready-to-wear 2
1AI We also carry a full line of
Mediuiii and Low Priced Goods,
ft So that if you want a cheap suit, a
medium price suit, or a fine tailor
o made suit, you will have no trouble 2
in getting it here.
Our stock of all other goods, in- E
Boys' and Children's Clothing,
HATS AND FURNISHINC COODS,
6 Is complete, and we will certainly
appreciate your patronage.
SD. J. CHANDLER,
S. A. RIODY'S
IBig -= al
For Two Weeks
Has begun and includes all kinds of Dependable Merchandise, sur
passing all former sales that the people of Manning and locality ever
e enIVITE EVERY LADY WHO IS INTERESTED IN
FINE DRESS GOODS to visit our store every day while our Special
Sale is going on. CLEAR, COLD, CASH FIGURES THAT MAKE
THINGS HUM, giving active exercise to our force and to increase
my bank account.
Several thousand yards of Good Calico that sells for 5cents at 4
I other places: our price during this sale....................E
Good, Heavy Canton Flannel, worth 6*e; our low price....0
Several thousand yards of Good Prints, the kind others sell
for 6*c; our price wvhile it lasts....................... ---
Big' lot of Fruit of the Loom Bleach, the new price o h
g-oods is 10c: our price during this sale........... .8.. ... e
SSmall lot to each customer and none to dealers. .5
Several dozen Ladies' EXTRA GOOD CORSETS, have all
the features of 50c sellers; our price for this sale will be... *
Good quality Ladies' Corset.........................-..22c.
Ithe prices now are up, but our price for this sale will be5c0
Fine qualiy of PlaidE Dreoods, doubl widthl; the pice1Oc
is 15c; our price till all is sold...................... C
Fine line of Brocade Novelties, beautiful colors, double15c
width, worth 20 and 5c; our price.................. e
The strongest line of 20, 25 and 30c Dress Goods that you will findE
anywhere; some of these piece goods will measure 38 and 40 inches.
Then we have the Mercerized Solids for Suits at 50. The Gran-E
ite and Costime Cloths, 42 inches wide, in Suit Patterns, at 75c per yd.
The best line of Black Dress Goods in the city.
Our Black Goods at 25 cents, 36 inches wide, are dandies.
Our Silks run from 15c per yard to $1.50 and they are complete in
We have just bought many swell styles in Silks for Shirt Waists
in latest Polka Dots and Figures; to see them is to buy them.
Our Trimmiings are equal to our Dress Goods. Fine Braids and
Taffeta Applique, from a 10c bunch to $1 per yard. Complete. See!
Are reliable and up-to-date and we give you close prices during this
Ladies' Good Oil Grain every day Shoes, the kind you see
quoted at $1.I5 and $1.25; our price while this sale is go- flA
in on wil be.. ... .. . ........................77YC.
Men's and Boys'
We will offer big reductions during this s1 le to move Clothing in
A " chic" line of Rugs for the house just received, at prices start
We must keep up our big business, and in order to do so we are
making the prices tell on everything.
IS.. A. RIGBY.j
$35 worth of Fine Embroideries and Insertions at prices
U oascord with our two weeks sale.
Sumter is the City
1~~~e Svle DGonG.
IS A PLEASANT AND MONEY-SAVING
PLACE AT WHICH TO GET YOUR
We are Holding the Prices Down
And will continue to do so while our present stock lasts, and we've
got a big one. The rumored advance in Dry Goods is greatly exag
gerated and we promise you'll see no difference in prices at our
Our Dress Goods & Trimmings
Are always a source of delight to the ladies. All of the ultra Nov
elties of the current season's importations are now being shown at
our counters. Have you seen the new Pebble-Cheviot or Costume
Cloth? The handsome Plaid-Back or Rainy-Day Skirting? The
Zibelines, Steam-Shrunk Serges, Venetians, Broadcloths (the best
5-sin $1 one on the market), Camletts, Poplins, Prunnelles, Soliels,
Silks and Cut Velvets? You cannot afford to ignore this opportu
nity to get the proper posting.
Our Ready-to-Wear Gannent Department
Furnishes the correct suggestions in Tailor-Made Suits, Jackets and
Wraps for Ladies, Mizse and Children.
We are making an exceptionally handsome display of Carpets, Mat
tings, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Portiers, Lace Curtains,
Tapestries, Bagdad Drapery Cloths, Velours, Printed Jap. Drapery
Silks, Silkolines and everything needed with which to beautify the
And handle only standard makes. If you've been having any trou
ble with your shoes, send to us for a pair of our Val. Duttenhoffer
or Drew Selby's Warranted Shoes; they'll please you. For school
children the "Little Giant" brand beats them all for good looks and
We cordially invite our Manning and Clarendon friends to come up and
spend a day with us. The pleasure will be ours; the profit will
ESUMTER DRY GOD O,
(Proprietors of Sumter's Leading Dress Ming Establishment,)
SUMTER, - - - - S- C
Ifyou will only come to the C. M. DAVIS & CO.
STORE and examine our goods and compare quality andLTIG ETS FRIHN SAD SO a
piewith any retail store in South Carolina, you will see
tha we are a step ahead of all others. Our
Fechheimer, Fishel & Co. Suits
Haeno equal, and we control their goods in Clarendon
Young men wanting a perfect fit in real nice goods,
such as has never been carried in this town before, will
do well to see our line before they purchase. Our
Vitals Brand Clothiing
SIn medium price goods are the best for the money ever
seen in Manning. We also carry a full line of Cheap
SSuits, price from $2.50 up. Our line of
SIs complete, prices ranging from 50c to $6.50 per pair. -
SSee our line of Mrs. Jane Hopkins' Boys' Knee Pants
iESuits, pants made with double knee and seats; they are
Sthe best for the money on the market. We control her
S Since the arrival of our line of
~EWe are selling on an average of six pair pers day. They
are the best and most comfortable Shoe ever offered to
Sthe trade in Manning or any other town in South Caro-~
Slina. Remember these Shoes have no equal. SEE
DREW SELBY'S FIN SHOES...
Always in stock. In fact we have the most complet
stock of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes ever offe
thhanking you for your liberal patronage and await
irng your further favors, we are,
Yours very respectfully,