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MANNING, S. C., NOV. 21. 1900.
Bargains That You Don't Meet Every Day.
Several hundred pairs of Shoes of all
kinds-odd lots--all thrown tozethet
and sold at COST.
Several thousand yards of .'alico o
all kinds, some of it regular ttie f'acico:
we are r 'sing the entire 10: out a: 4
per yarti. This lot of Calico co: a : a
*reat many styles of Fast p'o'orl;i n
Sigo Blue Calico, which is very choap
at 4e per yard.
One'hundred Boys' Knee Two-Piece
Suits which we must close out at once.
only '5k and -1 per Suit.
five hundred pair of Boys' Double
Seat Knee Pants at 25. 50 and 75e per
It will 'ust astonish you to see the
line of G nt's Suits we are selliug at
$3.50. $5. $ t. $ .50 and $10 per Suit.
When yo, need Shoes remember t he
Sh'es we sold you last winter and take
no other but the H. C. Godman Black
Bottom Shoes. Some will tell you
that there are others just as good. but
it is not so. for there is no ca er shoe in
this market as good as thE '.lack Bot
tom H. C. Godmnan Shoe for the same
money. so be not deceived, and coie to
the Jenkinson Dry Goods Store and get
the Godman Shoes. as they are the
only people in the county handling this
famous line o; Shoes.
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
Misses Fannie Bell and Janie Bass of
Darlington county are visiting the fam
ily of Mr. B. A. Johnson.
Lamp Chimneys, all sizes. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store.
Line new style Gold Trimmed Ladies
Belts. S. A. Rigby.
Wanted-Persimmon and Dogwood
Logs in car load lots. For prices, etc.,
address Thos. Childs, Sumter, S. C.
Special sale from now until Christ
mas at Till's.
How about a Lemon Phosphate now
at Brockinton's Fount.
Died last Thursday at Workman of
diptheria, Maud a three year old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. McIntosh.
Men's Clothing at a great. slaughter.
Housekeepers, call for Rhame's Ex
tract of Lemon. A few drops is enough.
If it is anything to wear, remember
S. I. Till has it.
Married at the Methodist parsonage,
by Rev. P. B. Wells, last Sunday morn
ing, Mr. P. S. Jayroe and Miss Teddie
Ladies' Capes at 25 per cent cut in
price. Louis Levi.
It is conceded to be the best Cigar on
the market-the Air Ship. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Wanted--To place contracts for
100,000 Cypress Shingles. Call on Legg
The Foreston Public school wvill give
an oyster supper at the school house,
Friday night, Nov. 23rd. Other re
freshmnents will be served. The public
is cordially invited to attend.
Remember that Legg & Hutchinson
keep Plaster Paris for sale, in small or
Grape Juice deliciously refreshing at
Brockinton's Soda Fount.
Santa Claus is going to put all his
goods at Till's store Christmas. -
Read Lorv-ea's advertisement in an
other colum. He has added to his
well equipped drug store, a department
for eye glasses and spectacles. There
is no need of sending or going away for
these necessities when you can be sup
plied at home by such a reliable dealer
as The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
A fine stock of Christmas Presents
arriving daily at Rhame's Drug Store,
Summerton, S. C.
Until the first of January we will sell
goods at a great reduction in price.
A beautiful souvenir to every pur
chaser of a package of Elastic Starch.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Read Hirschmannl's advertisment in
this issue. He is showing up some
stunning prices Hirschmann is among
our new merchants, and already he is
building up a first class trade. His
millinery department is being visited
every day by the ladies, and from the
number of hats he sells he must be
The Sunflower Smoking Tobacco is a
solace and a joy forever to the smoker.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
An unusual opportunity to get goods
cheap at Till's.
Grape Nuts-a predigested food adap
ted to the delicate and convalescent.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Our merchants are getting in their
holiday goods and before the holidays
begin, Manning will be able to supply
the counrty with all that is beautiful,
serviceable and attractive. Each mer
chant is endeavoring to make his store
the headquarters for Santa Claus.
Watch the advertising columns of THE
TIMES for holiday specialties.
Brockinton's Soda Water. Bright.
sparkling, cold and refreshing
If you want to buy goods we can save
on -5 per cent. The goods must be
sold. Louis Levi.
Ladies are invited to call and exam
ine fine bits of Chinaware that come to
Rhame's Drug Store frequently.
We are requested by Mr. J. H. Ma
honey to announce that the Confederate
Veterans will meet in the court house
Monday, 1ith December, for the pur
poof electing a new county pension
bord. Mr. Mahoney is the acting
chairman since the death of Maj. C. S.
Land and he is anxious that there be a
full attendance at this meeting.
That car of Anchor Brand Lime is
here, right from the kiln, don't wait,
but buy rnow. Legg & Hutchinson.
Plant seed that will germinate. Just
received a full supply of Seed, all vari
eties. Tne R. B. Lorgea Drug Store.
We want you to give us a call when
in need of Goods and we will prove to
ou that we can save you 2~> per cent
on y'our bill. Louis Levi.
Rev. Stephen A. Nettles preached a
magnificent sermon at Asbury, S. C..
last Sunday from the text, "Am 1 My
brother's Keeperi" Brother Nettles
s an excellent pr~eacher, a faithful pas
tor and we defy any church or circuit
to produce better or neater kept rec
ords than the churches on Pacolet (Cir
cuit have under his supervision. We
are devoted to our pastor and will be~
delighted to have him as our pastor th
full quadrennium allowed by the laws
of our church-N. G. Littlejohn in S..
Den't take sometllnt!1 .gist aI.'
when von want L. & M. f'ail 'but i
sist upon havingr L. x M. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Stere.
The price of cotton has been retiucees
and we have reduced the prices on 1.L
dies' Capes anti Men's C'lo:hing ehImQI
the price of cotton. Louis Levi.
Via Sue., anal. Green and 1 mai'
Tea. Tea tirinker's appremiate out
b e'. Th I 11. Lory I'us Store.
The .awing tali il1l and liluninat
h m:1hle a clauge ints ot-h
: om. .loseph F. Ilhane re
l sot Irt ea dy to be.gin work.
T ho 1a'in' til. have a first class
pant. ll of ihe lat est improved machin
erv 11s been otut in and we see no rea
sor why it should fail of being a good
investmntlt for its projecto's. Of course
all istiltutioS of this character must
et on their feet before money can be
reali/zed, this takes time and patience.
anti it may take a couple of years before
this mill will begin to pay a dividend.
but those who have the means to invest
and hold on long enough. will realize.
Soda Water. cold as it ourh: be.
and sweet as you like it at IsrekI tun's.
Keep your eye on llhane's Drug Store
till Christmas if Cou do nIo, wish to miss
chances to buy pretty and qunn:itier
Matteis not what goods a re lrieed to
vou at. S. 1. Till will beat it.
A very distressing accident occurred
at Packsville last Wednesday in the
home of Mr. Joe W. Mims. About one
o'clock while Mrs. Mims was engaged
with her household duties in another
room. Lynwood, their bright and inter
esting little four year old daughter.was
playing in the kitchen, and in some un
known way the little child's dress
caught on fire. The flames enveloped
the poor little girl in a moment, the
mother hea-ing her screams. rushed to
her and in her attempt to smother the
.ire. dragged a table cloth from the
dining table ixad wrapped the child in
it. Mrs. Mms' hands became severely
burned before the fire could be extin
guisi 1. All human aid was given the
little sufferer, but she was too badly
burned to sa c. and after suffering
about five hours he- pure little soul en
tered the pearly gates. This in anoth
er dreadful lesson to parents no to let
children be alone where there is fire.
Remember our cut price sale will
only continue until the fIrst of Janu
arv. Louis Levi.
-'Linked sweetness long drawn out."
Sausage seasoning and everything per
taining to the sausage. The t. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Another car load of Portland Cement
just arrived. We pay special attention
to orders by mail and can make prompt
shipments to any place desired. Legg
Last Monday night about 10 o'clock
Mr. A. A. Thames who lives near Fel
lowship church missed a bale of cotton
which had been stolen from his yard.
and with Mr. W. P. Gardner and other
neighbors he struck out to hunt the
thief. About two o'clock in the morn
ing he overtook a negro by the name of
John Lewis with the cotton loaded on a
one-horse wagon. Lewis, cotton, horse
and wagon were at once taken and
driven back to Mr. Thames' house, and
Lewis brought on to 'Manning and
lodged in jail yesterday morning. The
horse and wagon. Lewis claims belongs
o Bill C'onyers from about Wilson's.
and that he was employed to haul the
otton to Davis Station. We rather
hink when court meets Lewis will find
mployment on the roads which. will
nt require him to be out at night.
Later it was learned that Lewis hired
the horse and wagon from January
Stukes, and it is thought his purpose
vas, after selling the cotton, to sell the
orse and wagon also.
A "candied" compliment to a lady
box of Tenney's famous C'onfections,
in pound and half pound boxes. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Our stock of Goods must and will be
reduced by the first of January. and if
von wish'to buy Goods cheaper than
ever before give us a call. Louis Levi.
Among MIanning's merchants who are
endeavoring to cater to the trading
public is MIr. Louis Levi. He comes
out this week in another column infor
ming the people that his tremendeous
stock of goods will be sold at slaughter
ing prices. This means that the year
1900 is coming to a close and with the
foresight of a thorough going merchant
e proposes to reduce his stock as much
as possible, regardless of profit to him
self. MIr. Levi does not believe in
carring over old stock, and in order to
reduce. he offers special inducements to
buyers. Come to MIanning and take
advantage of the bargains he offers.
Remember Levi bought his goods be
fore the recent rise in all classes of
merchandise and is in a position to
make it to the advantage of those seek
is all right, if you are too fat;
and all wrong, if too thin already.
Fat, en~ough for your habit, is
healthy; a little more, or less, is
no great harm. Too fat, consult
a doctor; too thin, persistently
thin, no matter what cause, take
Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver
There are many causes of get
ting too thin; they all come
under these two heads: over
work and under-digestion.
Stop over-work, if you can;
but, whether you can or not,
take Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil, to balance yourself
with your work. You can't live
on it-true-but, by it, .you
can. There's a limit, however;
you'll pay for it
Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver
Oil is the readiest cure for
can't eat," unless it comes of
your doing no work--you can't
long be well and strong, without
some sort of activity.
The genuine has
this picture on it,
take no other.
If you have not ,.
tried it, send for -
free sample, its a
greable taste will ~
surprise y'o. ~1!
SCOTT &BO N
409 Pearl Street,
50r. and $1.00; all druggists.
i h a- 10 visit his store. i:
nedle'ss for us to tell our 1261 sub
scribers who Louis Levi is, for he is a
wlI known as any business man in th
county, and to his acquaintances it i
known that when he says he is offerin~
his stock at reduced prices he mean
what he says and will do just what h
promises. Be sure and look over Levi'
big stock and you will find bargains.
There is no friend like a good book
Just received, a line of popular Books
in Cloth and Paper Editions-all prices
The I. B. Loryea Drug Store.
No Right to Ugliness.
The woman wio i' lovely in face. fortn an
temper will always have friends. but one whc
would be attraclive must keep her health. I
she is weak. -ickly and all run diown, she wil:
be nervou' and irrit:.ble. If she has constipa
tion or kiiner truble. her impure blood will
c ause pimple'. blothes. skin eruptions and a
wretehed complexion. Electric Bitters is the
best medicine in the world to reculate stomach.
liver :id kidaeys and to purify the blood. Il
:i P. .-tror nerve:. hriht ey'es. snooth. velvety
in. rich: cmplexion. It will make a good
lookin. '::u: wotma: of a run-down invalid.
1: .-; . e.-,s at The It. 13. Lorvea Druc Store.
Not Bill Dixon.
It ieally seems, that like the ghost of
Biango. the reports of the capture of
Bill Dixon will not down. Last Sat
urlay afternoon about 5 o'clock Inten
daut W. E. Brown received from the
Intendant of the town of Mayesville a
teler:m announcing that a negro ans
wering the description of Bill Dixon
was being held and to send some one
Over inunediately to identify him. In
tendant Brown communicated with
Sheriff Uradham at once and at the
Sheriff's request, wired the Mayesville
Intendant -"Hold man, sheriff will send
immediatly to identify him." The
sheriff and Mr. E. B. Gamble left on
Sunday morning's train for Sumter,
Mr. Gamble went from Sumter to
M1ayesville by private conveyance and
the sheriff communicated with the au
thorities from Sumter by telephone.
When Ir. Gamble confronted the man
under arrest. he found that he was a
yellow negro about six feet tall and did
not in any way answer the description
of Bill Dixon. and he also learned that
the fellow was raised about Mayesville,
and that his name is Dixon Davis. It
seems the chap had been on a drunken
spree, and while steamed up with fire
water he gave his namo as Bill Dixon,
expecting that would have the same
effect as war paint on an Indian. The
Mayesville authorities did the proper
thing to notify the authorities when the
had some one who they thought was
wanted here, especially such a noto
rious, and dangerous character as Bill
Dixon. but how they could be so badly
deceived, to mistake a six foot yellow
negro for a short black chunky negro,
and he too, raised about 3Mayesville we
cannot see. The description of the ar
rested man does not compare in any
way with the much wanted Bill Dixon
nor do we believe that Dixon is within
500 miles of this place.
Are grand. but skin eruptions rob life of joy.
Rucklen's Arnica Salve. cures them: also old
runnlnir and fever sores. ulcers. boils. felons.
corns, warts. cuts. bruises. burns. scalds. chap
ped hands chilblains. Best pile cure on earth.
Drives out pains and aches. Only 25c. a box.
Cure guaranteed. Soid by The R. B. Loryea
Stores to Close Thanksgiving Day.
We agree to close our stores and ob
serve holiday on Thanksgiving Day,
Thursday, November 29th. 1900.
W. M. Brockinton-Sunday hours.
Levi M1ercantile Co.
S. I. Till.
W. E. Brown & Co.-Sunday hours.
Mlanning Hardware Co.
C. M1. Davis & Co.
Ri. MI. Strange.
The M1anning Grocery Co.
W. E. Jenkinson.
M1. M1. Krasnoff.
Farmers' Supply Co.
The Bank of M1anning.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac
M1. Loryea, Prop.-Hours to be ob
serve:1, 9 to 12 M1., 4 to (6 p. m.
His Life Was Saved.
Mr. J. E. Lily. a prominent citIzen of Han
nibal. Mo.. lately had a wonderful deliverance
from a frightful death. In telling of it he says:
-I was taken with typhoid fever that ran into
pneumonia. Mp lungs became hardened. I was
so weak I couldn't even sit up in bed. Nothing
helped me. I expected soon to die of Consum
ption. when I heard of Dr. Kinr's New Discov
ery. One bottle gave great relief. I continued
to'use it. and now- am well and strong- I can't
say too much in its praise." This marvellous
medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the
world for all throat and lunc trouble- Regular
sizes 50J cents and $1.00. Trial bottles free at The
R. B. Let-yea Drug Store: every bottle guaran
A Clarendon Boy Marries At Mullins.
M1ullins, Nov. 16.-The lov-liest wed
ding ever witnessed here was solemn
ized in the Baptist church yesterday at
5:30 p. in., when Dr. A. M1. Br-ailsford
and Mis3s Lizzie Schofield were united
The pulpit of the church was banked
with lovely evergreens, holly, cedar.
and ivy entermingled, and the floor of
the stand was covered with many beau
tiful palms and ferns. At the head of
each aisle was a larger arch covered
with wite, over which green ivy was
twined. White cloth was lad over- the
floor on which the bridal par-ty stood,
and amid soft lights from shaded lamps,
the beautiful Episcopal ceremony was
peformed by the Rev. W. H. Barnwell
of Stateburg S. C. Punctual to the
hour appointed, the bridal party enter
ed the church to the strains of Mend
delssohns Wedding MIarch played by
M1iss Mlaggie M1eKenna in her usual
beautiful manner. The ushers came
first, two at a time. up opp~osite aisles.
Mr. John Boatright, Danville, Va.,
and I. Will Richai-dson, Orangeburg,
Dr. G. S. White. Charleston, and 31r.
Henr-y B. Richardson, Jr., Clarendon,
and M'i-. W. A. Gi-ay, South Boston,
Va., M1r. H. B. Richardson. Panola,
Prof. J. E. Brozhardt, MIullins, and R.
C. Richardson. Clarendon. As they
reached the chancel, they crossed and
stood opposite each other. Next came
the two beautiful bridesmaids. M1iss
Mlvrtle Lee from Danville and Mliss
Henrietta Brailsford of Clarendon, sis
ter of the groom: they were dressed
precisely alike in dainty costumes of
white organdie, trimmed with white
satmn ribbon and white fichues crossed
giacefully over the shoulders. They
Earied armfuls of beautiful Amei-ican
beauty iroses. The handsome gr-oom
came'in on the arm of his cousin and
best man, Mr. L. E. Brailsford, and the
sweet and char-ming br-ide with her
biother, i. R. P. Schofield of Dan
The bride w~as attired in a pretty and
stlish tr-aveling dress of brown mode
cloth, with trimming of white broad
loth. She wore a brown velvat hat
and gloves to match. The bride's bou
qulwas exquisite bridal roses. The
gtoom and ushers wore black cutaway
oats. light pants and gloves.
Dr. Brailsford is a popular young
physician of this place. He has only
been here a short while, but has built
up a fine r-actice and his future is ver-y
T he br-ide is the only daughter of M1r.
and 1r-.. J. T. Schoied The family
Dainville, but Miss Lizzie has w'on many
Erindls friends hei-e and is a very pop
ular and charming young lady.
Dir. and Mi's. Brailsford left on the
evening ti-ain for Atuusta. Savannah
The presents wecre numer'ous and
The Ltadies' Biirthiday Almanac foi
1901 is now ready for distribution. Wec
have a full stock on hiandt of 31e-iree's
Wine of Cardui and Black Draught.
The n B. Loryea Drug Store.
It is presumted that the National
- Drug Clerk's Association know a good
Cigar when they use it, they have been
endorsed by the Association. and the
D. C. C. Cigar desorves it. The R1. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Marriage is a committee of two. with
diseretionary powers to increase their
Wins at Paris-The International
Stock Food have been just informed
that they had won the Silver 'Medal at
the Paris Exposition. thus its merits
are recognized even in one of the larg
est capitols of Europe. The J. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
When a man is ashamed to look in a
mirror it is a safe bet that his wife buys
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store beg to
inform their many kind patrons that we
observe the following hours: During
the week our drug store is open from 6
a. in. to 9 p. m.: Saturday nights to
11:30. Sunday hours, 9 a. in. to 12:30 p.
n.: 3:30 to 6:30 p. in. Night calls re
sponded to promptly and cheerfully by
our Pharmacist, MIr. J. E. Arant, Ph.
G., who resides at Mrs. S. A. Wells'.
A man's domestic relations seldom
trouble him as much as the relations of
This signaturo is on every box of the genuine
Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets
the remedy that cures a cold In one day
Any man can make at least one
woman happy for life. All he has to
do is to remain a bachelor.
If you have ever seen a child in the
agony of croup you can realize how
grateful mothers are for One Minute
Cough Cure which gives relief as soon
as it is administered. It quickly cures
coughs, colds and all throat and lung
troubles. The I. B. Loryea Drug
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop
A woman's age doesn't matter so
much as how long she has been that
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
cure biliousness. constipation and headache.
They are easy to take and pleasant in effect.
For sale at The R. B. Loryca Drug Store.
Whenever you meet a man who thinks
he knows it all, it's ten to one that he
There is no pleasure in life if you
dread going to the table to eat and
can't rest at night on account of indi
gestion. Henry Williams of Boonville,
ind., says he suffered that way for
years. till he commenced the use of Ko
dol Dyspepsia Cure, and adds, " Now I
can eat anything I like and all I want
and sleep soundly every night." Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you
eat. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
MONEY TO LOAN,
I am prepared to negotiate loans
on good real estate security, on rea
R. 0. PURDY,
Sumter, S. C.
B YRD & TAP
PRACTITIONERS OF MEDICINE
Calls promptly answered day or night
I have opened '.p a Sewing Machine
store next door -o Mr. S. A. Rigby's
general merchar~dise store August 1st,
1900. I will carry the
The new ball-bearing "New Home,"
the best machine made: also "New
Ideal" and "Climax.'' from $18 to $40.
I sell on Instal ent, Easy Payment
Plan. I clean ana repair any kind of
machines for least money possible.
Call and see me.
A. 1. BARRON, Ag't.
The Tisdale Hotel,
Summerton, S. C.
Livery Stable Near at Hand.
New Building. New Furniture.
Hlere is the thing that Manning has
needed for a long time. A
First Class Restaurant
Has been added to James & Son's Beef
Market, in front of the white Baptist
church, where white gentlemen and la
dies can call and get a good meal at all
hours. We have an old experienced
cook and can please you.
In our Market we keep at all times a
full line of BEEF, PORK. SAUSAGE,
OYSTERS Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
JAMES & SON.
'Phone No. 23.
WILSON & DURANT,
Attorneys and C'ouns'elors at Lau-,
MANNING, S. C.
RAMON's NERVE AND BONE OIL
still head the list and are acknowledged by
all to be the great conquerors of pains,
aches and diseases for which they are
Ramwon's Relief wilt pyositively cure
reains of all kinds, such as eaache, Sick
Ihcadache. Toothache. Neuralgia, Cramp
('olie, P'ains in the stomach and Bowels,
Diarrha. d., ahniost instamntly, and, as a
househol remedy for thes'e sudden sick'
nesset. it has no equnal in iihe world. "Once
tried, always uel."' P'rice 5 and 50 cents.
Samle bottles iPJ eents.
Ramon's Nerve.& 3ome Ott is the
original and only ecnine Nerve and Bone
Oi~l made. I t is ju-t what its name implies.
and penetrating quiickly to the nerve and
bone, reliens pamn, drives away disease
and eff'ects a permanent cure. A specific
for 1theunmatismi, Sores, Bruises. S prains.
('u1s. Burns, ant all injuries to the tiesh of
either man or henst. P'rie 5 and 50 cents
Samnple bottles 10 centt.
The genuine has the name blown in the
bottle. The Relief is put up in square red
ear'toons and the Oil in gree.n cartoons.
TAKE NO OTHER
FORl SALE BY
IThe DR. B. nryea Drug Store.
Spectacles and Eyedilasses.
The Diamanta Spectacles and Eye-Glasses not only CLAIM TO BE. but are the best that
sei'ace has been able to produee.
The LENSES. as well as the FRAMES. are made by thoroughly SKILLED ARTISANS
and every pair is ground on perfectly scientitlc principles. They are PERFECTLY COLOR
LESS. do not polarize light, have no PRISMATIC COLORS or scattered rays. common to peb
bles and other lenses in use.
The CORE or CENTRE of the Lenses comes DIRECTLY in front of the eye and never
TIR ES the eye. but prevents the heated rays from entering : thereby producing a CLEAR and
DISTINCT VISION. as in the natural healthy sight.
Their durability is pre-eminent, and while they preserve the sight. their lasting qualities
are such. that frequent changing is unnecessary.
Eminent oculists recommend and prescribe them as embracing all the merits required to
con.titute them the best helps to sight in use.
The eye Is the most delicate organ of the human system. yet it is the most RECKLESSLY
ar CARELESSLY used.
Call on our authorized agent. who will guarantee a perfect it and charges reasonable. and
wh. has been instructed in fitting eyes.
FOR SALE BY
R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.
Sign of the Golden Mortar, - - !'ANNING, S. C.
'PHONE NO. 2.
Wagon and Buggy Material, =
Mill Supplies, Steam Fittings, 2
Cane Mills, Evaporators and 3
ell- Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
Guaranteed Pocket Cut- -
C_ 1ery -N:
SVarnish, Guaranteed Shears,
C Tinware, .Heaters,
sl Enamel Ware, Harness,
Wooden Ware, Saddles,
0 Sporting Goods, Leather,
Bicycles and Bicycle Etc.,
a Farm Implements,
a Sheet Tin, Sheet Iron, __
Nails, Wi e, Horse Shoes, -
Nuts, Bolts, Hammers, Saw
__ Punches, Chisels, Files and Saw
SEverything Peftaining to Our Line. ,
SWe hav e for a lifetime, on the merits of our goods, built up a
tratde second to none in this county and one of which we are very
proud of, always using the utmost precaution not to have inferior
merchandise enter our store and have universally furnished our cus
tomers the highest average values obtainable for the price charged.
Iare showing, AND HERE YOU ARE.
New arrivals of Fine Percales and Prints this week are exquis
Fine yard-wide Percales in the newest styles at 10c; worth 12ic
at other stores.
7-8 yard-wide Percale, in pretty shade of Cherry Red, at 8c;
Yard-wide Sea Island Homespun at 5c; cheaper than cotton.
Good tiuality of Mattress Ticking at 5ic.
SSea Island Homespun at 3+c yard that sell at other places for 5c.
SNice Fall Outing, the 6c kind; our price 4tc.
IBetter grades at 8 and 10c.
The Roy al Blue Calico, standard colors, at 5c that others are sell
Several thousand yards good Calico, pretty Patterns, at 4c; worth
5 cents. DesG os
IFine line of Fancy Plaid Dress Goods, double fold, at 10c; worth
IElegant line of 50c Dress Goods, 36, 38 and 40 inches wide, in
cluding Zibilines, Figured and Plain Goods. etc.
We have the prettiest line of Broadcloths at 99c that our neigh
a bors are asking 81.2-> for, 1t will measure 50 inches and five yards
Smakes the dress.
SOur Silks are all right, from 20e to $1.50. The 20e kind makes
Ielegant linings for your tailored suit.
S Here's What You Want for the Home.
Beautiful line of Rugs and Matting. Lovely Table Covers. Fine
S10-4 Blankets, made of Wool. Good heavy Comforts to keep you
warm. Lamp~s and Shades and too many other things to mention.
C;ome and see for yourself.
Shoes for Your Feet.
We have the. best Sahoes of ainy other concern in town.
Our Hamilton-Brown Shoes, if you buy one pair you will buy an
other pair, for they arie the best Shoes~ made.
We ae gvin migty los pries n Soesthese days.
I Prices on Men's Suits have made them move, and we have still a
SSuit for you left. We bought largely of Clothing in all lines and we
Smust sell them, and that is why we cut the figures.
SStill'a few of those $10 Overcoats left to go for 84.9l9 until all are
goys' Suits to beat the band.
SOur line of Gent's Furnishings are stronger than you will find
Sanywhere-Suspenders. Neckwear, Socks, Shirts, Collars and Ctfs.
SOur line of Men's Colored StitY Shirts, with Cuffs of s-tme -it 5c:
m ie of Fancy Shirts, w~ith two Collars, for 49c.
In our Gr-ocery Depatment you can get just what you want.
~Fiften dozen Ladies' Ribbed Under-vests. Fr-ench Model, at 16c;E
Como to see us and we assure you the best treatment and polite
THE FIRST OF
The Goods must go, and in order to move them we have put
the knife in the following Goods :
LADIES' CAPES at a great cut price.
MEN'S CLOTHING at a great Slaughter Price.
BOYS' CLOTHING at a great sacrifice.
TABLE COVERS at your own price.
RUGS at your own price.
We have a fine line of
That we have reduced 10 per cent.
TRUNKS and VALISES at a great slaughter price.
SADDLES and HARNESS cheaper than the cheapest.
Our line of
Men's, Ladies' S.oes
and Children's &10e
Is complete in all grades.
Ladies' Shoes, worth $1.25; our price...................98c
Ladies' Battle-Axe Shoes, worth $1.50; our price.... $1.24
This is no fake affair, but we mean what we say. The goods
must and will be sold at this great cut price.
Give us a call and we will convince you that we will save you
25 per cent on all Goods.
AT THE MANNING GROCERY CO.
Has arrived and we offer you the following Groceries and Fruit at very low
Fancy e EvaoatdApples in 1-pound boxes and loose.
Finest London Layer Raisins.
Fnest Seeded Risins in 1-pund bxes.
Hecker's Fresh Backwheat and Oatmeal.
Fac New Yor State Apples by the dozen or brrel.
and a visit to our store will convince you that we give you more for One Dollar
bhan any other house in town.
THE PEOPLE'S MONEY SAVERS,
Manning Grocery Co.,
N. B.-We want to buy 2.000 bushels Cow Peas. Bring them to us in any quan
tity and we pay you the cash for them.
L B. DURANT, "IC
toei ng in close toucli with the very best mrkefore in ambetter prepare
emebe Iuseam in the Duce r-Buitman Company building,.opposite
Hardware, Stoves, House
Furnishing Goods, Harness,
Saddles, Leather, &c., &C.
A MAGNIFICENT LINE OF
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
My store is headquarters for Guns, Pistols, Po-;aer, Shot, Shells and
thv alts an lare quntiie sof Paints, Oils, andWindow Glass.
Com and exami e m- lg elite ofCokng and Heating Stoves.
Every Stove bought from me is warranted.
L. B. DuRANT,
SLsTMTER. - - S. C