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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING. S. C., NOV. 20, 1901.
W. E. JENKINSON'S
and buy your Clothing at
25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT.
He is closing out all his
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
Manlng Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:25
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car will
alsq, meet the freight trains. Arrangements
have been made with the agent at depot to tele
phone when freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each way.
Mrs. Abe Weinberg of Camden '
visiting the samily of Mr. A. Wein .
" Master and Slave " ends this week.
We will soon have another good story,
probably next week.
Mr. A. Nachman of Darlington ye
cently returned from a trip through
Europe is in Manning on a visit to his
nephew Mr. A. Weinberg.
- We do not carry lard, bacon and
sugar, but we do extend courteous,
prompt and efficient attention to all.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The public is invited to attend a
"Hot Supper" at the Home Branch
school on Thursday evening Nov. 28th,
at 7:30 o'clock, for benefitof same. Oys
ters will be served.
- H. T. McIntyre, St. Paul, Minn., who has been
troubled with a disordered stomach, says,
"Chamberlain's stomach and Liver Tablets do
me more good than anything I have ever tsken."
For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac
M. Loryea. P9rop.
Hon. Walter Hazzard a prominent
member of the Georgetown Bar and
T. St. Marks Sasportus, Esq., colored, of
the same Bar were in Manning last
Monday arguing a rule before Judge
We do not carry lard, bacon and
sugar, but we have the largstand most
varied assortment of Toile Soaps ever
displayed in Manning. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Theastore of Mr. L. S. Barwick at
'P 1le was broken into last Sunday
:'ht, but something must have pre
/ented the theives from carrying off
any booty, as Mr. Barwick has been un
abeto miss any of his stock.
We do not carry lard, bacon and
sugar, but we do handle a superb and
varied assortment of Extracts, Col
ognies, Toilet Water, etc. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Tomorrow evening at the residene
of Mr. T. C. Owens, his dau hter, Miss
Susan, will marry Mr. R. ~. Hir of
Columbia. Mr. Hair is a condu or on
the Columbia city railway. Rej. P. B.
Wells will perform the ceremo iy.
We do not carry lard, bacon and
sugar, but we do carry the most com
plete assortmehlt of Drugs, 'Medicines
and Chemicals in Clarendon county.
The B. Loryea Drug Store.
on. J. W. Ragsdale of Florence, is
tending Court to appear before Judge
SAldrich with Hon. J. F. Rhame, to
make application for bail in the case of
Smith & Dennis, chargcd with arson in
We do not carry lard, bacon and
sugar, but we certainly carry the most
complete line of Hair Brushes, Combs,
Nail Brushes and everything apper
taining to the Toilet. The Rl. B. Lor
JThe police of Columbia arrested
Walter Wells, chare with the mur
der of William Parer. This is the
case where two negro boys got into a
fight in the Wilkins tobacco warehouse
lot, and Wells cut Parker and was per
mitted to escape.
We do not carry lard, bacon and
sugar, but we have Tenney's Bon Bons
adConfections in pound and half
pound packages; also Tenney's Peanut
Brittle and Sparrow's Sweet Chocolate.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Iiss Lula Neel Williams, late teacher
dStenography in the Spartanburg
~usiness College, will open c, school of
Stenography at the residence of Mr. ..
Furman Bradham, on Nov. 25th. All
parties contemplating a course in the
study of Shorthand should consult Miss
Williams at once, at the ofiice of Messrs.
Wilson & DuRant, so as to be prepared
to start with the class. [16-3t
The opportunity for bargains is pre
sented this week by Mr. M. Krasnoff
who proposes to sell out .his stock of
goods preparatory to moving from Man
ning. Mr. Krasnoff has decided to open
a business in a larger town some time
in January, and before making this
move he wants to sell out hi.s stock of
goods. Read his advertisment in this
issue, and those who have the ready
cash may depend on getting good bar
gains at The New Idea, opposite court
"Variety's the Spice of Life." Black
Pepper, Red Pepper, Spice, Cloves,
Mace, Powdered Ginger, Root Ginger,
White Mustard Seed, Tumeric, Sage,
Nutmegs, Powdered Borax, Cinnamon
Bark, Powdered Cinnamon, Sausage
Seasoning. The R. B. Loryea Drug
The district conference of the A. M.
E. church will meet in Manning on the
27th inst., and the local church are
making great preparations to give their
guests a fine reception. The pastor
Rev. H. W. Keitt is taking a great
pride in the coming meeting, and is
untiring in his efforts to have Manning
make a good show in the way of enter.
tainment. R~ev. Keitt makes an indus
trious pastor, and since his residence
here, he has by his upright conduct
won the respect of all good citizens.
acter and good reputation in each state (one in
this county required) to represent and adver
tie old established wealthy business house of
solid financial standing. Saary 518.00 weekly
with ce nses additional, all payable in cash
each Wednesday direct from head offices.
Horse and carriage furnished, when necessary.
References. Enclose self-addressed stampe
envelope. Manager, 316 Carton Huildin.C
Under the auspices of the Panola
Academy the young people of the Pa
nola section will give an entertainment
Thanksgiving evening at the Academy,
where two interesting plays will be
rendered by the talent of that vicinity.
The people of that hospitable section
never do things by halves, and when
they set in to have a little pleasure, it
is always an assured fact that it will be
worth a trip to go there. We hope
that the plays will be largely attended,
and we acknowledge our thanks for a
courteous invitation to be present.
There has been complaints to us
about THE TDIES of 13th. inst., not
reaching Seloc or Workman. This
mail was sent off on Wednesday even
ings train 13th, inst.. and should have
reached their destinations not later
than Friday. The fault lies either at
Kingstree or Mouzons. We do wish
some of our friends would look into this
matter for us and ascertain why these
packages of papers were delayed. It is
not our desire to give post masters
trouble, but we must protect our pat
rons. and as sure as we hear another
complaint we propose to put the matter
in the government's hands.
Don't Let Them Suffer.
Often children are tortured with tching and
burning eczema and other skin diseases. but
Bucklen's Arnica Salve heals the raw sores, ex
pels innlamation. leaves the skin witnout a scar.
Clean. fragrant. cheap. there's no salve on earth
as good. Try it. Cure guaranteed. Only L5c
at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. 4
The Hampton Light Dragoons were
inspected by General Floyd at Panola
last Friday and highly complimented
by that veteran officer for their fine
soldierly appearance, pretty horses and
good drill. We congratulate this vet
eran command on standing their
twenty-third inspction and receiving
and richly deserving it, the highest
commendation of every adjutant gen
eral during these many years. Its
present handsome young commander,
Capt. R. C. Richardson, is resolved to
to maintain the splendid state of efi
ciency attained under its gallantex
commander, Col. D. W. Brailsford.
Vagaries of a Cold.
You can never be quite sure where a
cold is going to hit you. In the fall
and winter it may settle in the bowels,
producing severe pain. Do not be
alarmed nor torment yourself with
fears of appendicitis. At the first sign
of a cramp take Perry Davis' Pain
killer in warm, sweetened water and
relief comes at once. There is but one
Painkiller, Perry Davis'. 25 and 50cts.
Last Sunday morning while the fam
ily were at breakfast the kitchen adjoin
ing the house of Mr. J. S. Plowden, an
industrious farmer living in the Fork
section about five miles north of Man
ning, caught on fire from a defective
stove fine, and the fire raged so fiercely
that Mr. Plowden could save but little
of his effects. He managed to save a
part of his bed clothing, and scarcely
any furniture, the family lost nearly all
of their clothing, saving but little out
side of what they had on. The house
was insured for $200, and the furniture
$100, which is a mere bagatelle com
pared to the loss. Mr. Plowden had
just finished paying for a steel range
which cost him something like $60.
His loss, for a man of his means is ter
rible, but he takes the blow like a man,
by going right to work to make ar
rangements to build.
Thounds Sent Into Exile.
Every year a large number of poor sufferers
whose ings are sore and racked with coughs
are urged to go to anoi hier climate. But this is
costly and not always sure. Don't be an exile
when Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion will cure you at home. It's the most infal
lible medicine for Coughs. Colds and all Throat
and Lnng diseases on earth. The first dose
brings relief. Astounding cures result from
persistent use. Trial bottles free at The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store. Price 50c and. $1. Every
It seems that a great deal of mischief
is brewing on account of the stock law
amendment permitting stock to run at
large during certain months. Our
judgment was against this amendment,
and we so informed the people, but
after our asking through THE TIMES in
our Columbia Correspondence, if there
was objection to the passage of the
law, and no response came, we took for
granted that Doctor Woods was correct
when he insisted that his people want
ed the law. We have been asked our
opinion with regard to fencing in the
exempted localities, so that there could
be no conflict with liners. In our opin
ion the stock law provides that ex
empted localities must be fenced in or
der for the exempted law to become
operative. The law is on the statute
books and the only way for it to come
off is for a majerity to ask for its re
peal.. If a mnajority do not sign peti
tions asking for the repeal of the law
then it will be assumed that a majority
want it to remain, and the complaints
come from a minority. We are satis
fied that the delegation will be unani
mous working for the repeal of the
'amendment if a majority ask it.
jBabies and children needj
proper food, rarely ever medi
cine. lf they do not thrivet
on their food something is
wrong. They need a littleI
help to get their digestive
machinery working properly.
COD LIVER OIL
Ilf you will put from one
fourth to half a teaspoonlj
Iin baby's bottle three or four
Itimes a day you will soon see
a marked improvement. For
Slarger children, from half to
a teaspoonful, according to
age, dissolved in their milk,
if you so desire, will very
soon show its great nourish
Sing power. If the mother's
milk does not nourish the
baby, she needs the emul
jjsion. It will show an effect
.t once both upon mother:
The fall term opened here last Mon
day with Judge James Aldrich on the
The following true bills were acted
upon by the grand jury:
The State vs. Isaiah McIntosh, as
sault with intent to ravish and assault
and battery of a high and aggravated
The State vs. Alston Johnson, rape.
The State vs. Wesley Troy, house
The State vs. Joe Lewis and Alex.
Fulton, burglary and larceny..
Ned Blackwell, assault and battery
with intent to kill.
Frederick Green, housebreaking and
James H. Windham, murder.
Minor C. Galluchat, assault and bat
tery with intent to kill.
Allen Harvin, perjury.
Royle Robertson, assault with intent
to ravish. No bill.
Joe Lewis and Alex. Fulton, guilty;
sentenced each to five years on public
James H. Windham, not guilty.
Frederick Green pleaded guilty; sen
tenced to eight months on chaingang.
Wesley Troy, aged about 9 years,
was permitted to be whipped by his
Allen Harvin, not guilty.
The following jurors were drawn to
serve on what known is as " Hold
Over Grand Jurors:
W. H. Bradham, C. H. Baggett, T.
K. McElveen, R. S. Fleming, E. H.
Kennedy, J. R. Smith.
GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT.
To thelHonorable James Aldrich, pre
siding Judge, November Term of
. Court, 1901:
We, the Grand Jury. drawn for the
year 1901, would beg to hand you this.
our last presentment.
First: All bills of indictment handed
to us by 'the Solicitor have had our
careful attention and reports have been
At the June Term of Court, charges
mere made against Magistrate S. M.
Youmans by one R. B. White to the
Honorable 0. W. Buchannon, presid
ing Judge, as follows:
(1) Oppression in office.
(4) Neglect of duty.
(5) Destroying a public record wrong
fully and under inexcusable circum
We find no ground whatever for these
charges, and exonerate Magistrate S.
M. Youmans from them, and of all
sub-joined affidavits made a part of the
The hitching of horses to the shade
trees around the court house, has
been called to our attention. We be
lieve this to be injurious to the trees
and condemn it, and beg that the
Court take such steps as necessary to
prevent it in the future.
At the June Term of Court, the
School Chart Claims held by the Ex
change Banking Fund Trust Company,
of Charleston, S. C., against this Coun
ty to the amount of $760.50 by School
No. 13................... $97 50
No. 20.......................... 32 50
No. 15...................... 78 00
No.14.................... 130 00
N O. 10........ ................. 161 50
No. 8..................... 65 00
No. 6........................... 32 50
No. 2.... ...................... 32 50
and claims held by Loan and Exchange
Bank of Columbia for $37.50 for School
District No. 9, were presented to Grand
Jury for the approval under an Act
passed by '' last Legislature, entitled
"An Act to amend an Act entitled an
Act to authorize the County Treasurer
of Laurens and Sumter counties, to
pay certain School claims," approved
the 19th day of February 1900, so as to
have the said Act apply to Clarendon,
Newberry and Marion Counties.' "
We find their claims to be regular
on their face and duly approved by the
County Superintendent of Education,
and held by innocent third parties,
and approve same.
We find that former Magistrate H.
F. Stack of Pinewood, collected $17.40J
fines, and has only turned in the
amount of $12.20 to the County Treas
urer, leaving a balance of $5.20 now
due the County, which we recommend
that the Court take such steps a nece
sary to recover.
We find that the Court House lawn is
being used by citizens for wagons, et c,
being stored thereon, and we recom
mend that the Court prohibit same.
In conclusion, we desire to thank
Your Honor for the kind and consid
erate treatment shown us.
A. I. BARRON,
He Kept His Leg.
Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan of Hartford.
Conn.. scratched his leg with a rusty wire. In
flammation and blood poisoning set in. For, two
years he suffered intensely. Then the best doe
tors urged amputation, "but," he writes. "I used
one bottle of Electric Bitters and 1% boxes of
Bucklen's Arnica Salve and my leg was sound
and well as ever." For Eruptions. Eczema.
Tetter. Salt Rheum, Sores and all blood disor
ders Electric Bitters has no rival on earth. Try
them. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store will guar
antee satisfaction or refund money. Only 50(
New Zion Dots.
Editor The Manning Times:
I have not had time to write recent
l, and really haven't the time now,
bt not seeing in your paper anything
at all from here, I will send in a fewA
Messrs Luther Thompson and Whe
nie Green of Shiloh, attended preach
ing here last Sunday.
Mr. Lydge Tomlinson, formerly o:
this section, now a resident of Kings
tree, spent last Sunday here.
Mr. editor, what has become of all
THE TIME'S correspondents from dif
ferent parts of the county, they are
greatly missed, and I wish they would
get a move on themselves and work for
our county paper. I hope -Buster of
Pinewood has picked enough cotton by
this time to pay his lien, and that Slabl
can soon give us more of his rumina
tions. The people read his ruminations
with much profit and interest. Then
there is an occasional letter from Pax
ville and Foreston and Jordan and
sometimes a very interesting epistle
from Suammertonl; Where are all these
writers now? We must work for THE~
TIMES and stand by it's editor who
hews to the line without regard t(
where the chips may fall. So far as I
am concerned, my post-office address is
still at New Zion, and regardless of
certain politicians who would like zo
create false impressions here, I expect
to stand by you. It is funny to stand
by to see how some people are strain
ing their curiosity to find me out; one
fellow, an emissary of parties residing
in Manning, has had a nigger watching
at the post-office to see who it is thai
mails letters to THE TIMES, and to
keep that crew guessing, I will not
gratify them. If it becomes necessary~
at anytime, I can easily be identified.
I am indeed glad, Mr. Editor, that
you do not permit the use of your
columns for personal grievances.
am told that some one made a reply to
one of my letters in another paper, but
as we do not get that paper, I haven't
seen it. I suppose the writer imagine
that he spiked my guns, but let hin
wait and see. B.
Reliable and Gentle.
"A pill's a pill,.' says the saw. But
there are pills and pills. You wanta
pill which is certai-n, thorough and gen
tie. Mustn't gripe. DeWitt's Little
Early Rise'rs fill the bill. Purely vege
table. Do not force but assist the
bowels to act. Strengthen and invig
orate. Small and easy to take. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M
Rev. B. D. Thames, Ordained.
Pursuant to a call of the Paxville
Baptist Church, a large congregation
assembled on Sunday evening Nov.
10th., to witness the ordination of one
of their members, B. D. Thames. to the
Rev. F. M. Satterwhite, Pastor of the
Bantlett St. Church, Paster J. D. Hug
gins, and Deacons, Broadway, Brown,
Kolb and Bradham of the Paxville
Church, Deacon Geddings of Calvary,
Deacon Geddings of Home Branch and
Deacon Cuttino of the First Baptist
Church of Sumter composed the pres
bytry. - Rev. F. M. Satterwhite preach
ed the Ordination sermon.
The Presbytry was organized by
electing Rev. J. D. Huggins Moderator
and B. P. Cuttino Clerk.
The examination was' conducted by
the Moderator and Rev. F. M. Satter
white which was eminently satisfacto
ry, after which the Ordination services
p'roceeded. Rev. F. M. Satterwhite
delivering the !charge to the Church.
Rev. J. D. Huggins delivered the
charge and presented the Bible to the
candidate. After the Ordination pray
er by Rev. Satterwhite the laying on
of hands was participated in by the en
tire presbytry. An appropriate hymn
"I want to be faithful to Jesus" was
Rev. B. D. Thames pronounced the
benediction, thus ended a beautiful and
Rev. B. D. Thames is still a student
at the South Carolina Co-Educational
Institute at Edgefield. He has accepted
the pastorate of one or two Churches in
Edgefield County where he is doing a
good work for the Master.
B. P. CUT'TINO.
Sumter, S. C. Nov. 15th, 1901.
I Know One Sure Remedy
foran obstinate cold. Its name is Pyny-tadsam.
Modern Surgery Surpassed.
"While suffering from a bad case of
piles I consulted a physician who ad
vised me try a box of DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve," says G. F. Carter, Atlan
ta, Ga. "I procured a box and was en
tirely cured. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve is a splendid cure for piles, giv
ing relief instantly, and I heartly re
commend it to all sufferers." Surgery
is unnecessary to cure piles. DeWitt's
Witch .Hazel Salve will care any case.
Cuts, burns, bruises and all other
wounds are also quickly cured by it.
Beware of counterfeits. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
Church Conference Next Friday.
Bethlehem, 11 a. m; Oak Grove, 3
p. m; Jordan, 7:30 p. m.
All the members are requested to at
tend promptly. W. A. BETTS.
Beuthe TIh Kind You Have Ahrays Bough
Several hundred acres of land a few
miles from Foreston, S. C., known as
the Elwell Estate lands.
Address, MRs. J. C. ELWELL,
Denmark, S. C.
AT THEIZ OFQ THE SOE KOETAL
ESTABLISHED OVER A QUARTER
OF A CENTURY.
hUE R. 8. [ORYE DRUG 8IRE
ISAAC M. L.ORYEA, Proprietor,
Slia of the
- MANNING, S. 0.
'P~HONE NO. 2.
IN CLARENDON COUNTY.
We Act Wisely Because We Act Well.
We are prepared to fill any prescrip
tion from any physician and from any
locality with our usual skill, prompt
ness and celerity.
' No discrimination, but all
patrons are accorded the
same courteous attention,
At the Sign of the Uolden Mortar.
Dr . .That
D.WE.Brown & Co., does not keep
everything that you want from THE
DRUG STORE? If so, giv e them a
call and learn that
YOU ifR M E.
They sell everything sold in a first
class, up-to date drug store.
DR. W. E. BROWN & CO'S
Magical Headache Powder's relieve
headace promptly, and are harmless.
Any physicians' PRESCRIPTIONS
carefully and accurately compounded
from the purest DRUGS.
All Patent Medicines advertised in
this paper sold in our STORE.
Next Door to New York Racket,
IS T HE PL A CE.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the
30th day of November, 1901, for let
ters of discharge as admninistratrix
of the estate of Ezra A. Tindal, de
ELIZA C. TINDAL,
Summertn S. C Oc. 29. 190m
S IPN PL E A
We are at this writing, and have been for some time attending
right to our P's and Q's in order to be able to show our pat
rons a line of
Fall and Winter Suits
that's different-that is different in style, in make and in price,
from the Suits nearly every store has.
Our Spread is ready and you are invited in to see it. Every
style that fashion has smiled upon is here, and every suit-as it
comes to us goes to you, at a bargain.
THE SWELL DRESSER comes here for his swell suit.
THE CONSERVATIVE hAN comes here for his well made
good looking, conservative suit.
THE hAN WHO CONSIDERS PRICE comes here to get the
most for his money and N 0 N E go away dissatisfied.
D. J. CHANDLER,
SUMTER, S. C.
0 We do not try to entice people. to come to our store by idly0
*boasting about selling at cost and all other kinds of catch adver-0
tising, but we are selling our goods strictly0
cANT 2EEIEI. MERIIT. 0
* We sell honest goods at a smaller profit than any other mer-0
cha We il usel you a better SuitofCtes fr .yourself or boys,0
0a b'tter pair of Pants, a better pair of Shoes for yourself, wife:,
eson or daughter for less money than you can get them anywhere
eleAsk your friend or neighbor if they have ever worn a pair of
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We Will Snatch Victory
Out of Misfortune ......
By pushing our business harder than ever before. While others are de
ploring the misfortune that has come upon the country, we are down at it
with our shoulders to the wheel, trying to snatch victory out of misfortune.
Our Stock Is Complete
In every department. Where goods have run out we have filled them in
promptly and are ready to meet the wants of the people.
MADE PRICES SUIT THE TM
We have gone through our stock carefully and cut down prices,.putting
our large stock in reach of the people.
25 Per Cent, Discount.
We have made a sweeping cut on our large stock of Clothing in order
to close out this stock at once, as we intend to retire from the Clothing
In this large stock of Clothing you will find some splendid values at
these prices the largest and cheapest line of Fine Overcoats ever shown in
If you want a nice Suit of Clothes, a nice Hat or Overcoat, here-is the
place to find them.
25c. Per Pair Reduction.
We offer to the people of Clarendon the largest stock of Shoes in Man
ning, all at a reduction of 25c per pair from marked prices.
It is a well known fact that we carry nothing but the best Shoes we
Those who want to buy a bill of good, reliable Shoes at hard-time
prices, come to our store and we will do you good.
Our Dry Goods Stock
Is the largest in Clarendon count and we defy competition to offer goods
cheaper than we are now selling Dry Goods.
Yard-wide Sea Island Homespun, only 4c the yard.
The best Standard Prints, every yard warranted, only 4c per yard while
they last. A large lot on hand now.
Outing, Bed Tick, Dress Goods, all going at the lowest prices.
Blankets and Comforts.
We are just in receipt of a case of those famous All-Wool North Caro
lina Blankets and will sell them cheaper than was ever known in the his
tory of the blanket trade of this town.
Nice All-Wool 10-4 Blankets, Blue Red and Pin Borders,, regular 1
value, going at $3.75. The same thing in 11-4 for only $4.75 t t sells
everywhere at $6.
Cotton Blankets, from 50c per pair up.
Comforts, from 50c each to $5.
When you want Blankets and Comforts you can't do better than-to see
what we have to offer you.
Job Lot of Shoes.
Several dozen Shoes-one, two and three pair of a kind-all thrown to,
gether and sold at 50c, 75c and $1 per pair. Some shoes in this lot cost
twice what we ask for them, but they must go and the way to make them
go is to sell them cheap.
Success out of misfortune, -
W. E. JEIKIISON..
1Bargain Day A
Nothing but facts advertised, nothing but reliable goods carried.
Our stock is complete in all lines..
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes,
Hats, Jackets, Capes,
UP-TO-D ATE MILLINERY.
Our Clothmng must be sold by January 1st. Come at once. Everything
for everybody to wear.
YOUR MONEY REFUNDED i4~llhI~Tf
IF NOT SATISFIED WITH HI 5E ' -
PURCHASES MADE AT... V M aIIE
WE CARRY THE STOCK,
WE MAKE THE PRICES,
- WE DO THE BUSINESS.
Come to see us; always glad to see you.
Yours for honest dealing,
D. HIRSCH MANN,
Postoffice Block, - - MANNING, S. C.
u Put up in Standard Cooperage and in
Cooperage, 220 to 230 pounds per bar
~ 4 rel.
Finest Cooperage, Finest
Quality that Money can
Write us for pirices. We cover the Southern States.
CAROLINA PORTLAND CEMENT CO.,
.Sole Selling Agents,
CHARLESTON. - - S. C.
-- S. R. VENNING, Jeweler.
Watches. Clocks, Jewelry and All Kinds of
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* Silverware, Hand-Painted China, Glassware
and numerous other articles suitable for gits of anl kind.'
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