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Publishes All County and Town Of
MANNING. S. C.. MAWCH 19. 1902.
March 26th and 27th.
On Wednesday evening, March 26th.
and all day Thurday. March 27th. we
will show the most exclusive line of
fine Pattern Hats and new Spring \Iil
linery ever shown in the town of Man
We will also show a line of Fine
Dress Goods and Silks. Wash Goods,
White Goods, Laces and Embroideries.
It has ever been our ambition in the
past to make the Manning dry goods
.aarket second to none in the Carolinas,
but this display of Fine Dress Goods
and Millinery will overstep all others.
Ladies, you all are invited to attend,
and remember the dates. Wednesday
Evening. March 26th. and all lay
Thursday, March 27th.
Come one. eofme all.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Advertisers will please re
nember that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this offlice by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
Manning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. mi. and 6:25
p. m. for the passenger trains. and the car will
also 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.
S. I. Till's. next door to Rigby's.
Died this morning. Zula, the 12-year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
S. I. Till. 'phone No. 10.
Coal Tar for corn planting. The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mrs. Mever Levi of Rutherfordtoo,
N. C., is in Manning visiting her moth
er-in-law Mrs. N. Levi.
Get your Easter.Hat from S. I. Til.
Wilbur's Pure Cocoa. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Died last Thursday night near Mou
zons, Mrs. Belle Gowdy wife of Mr. G.
B. Gowdy aged about 28 years.
Get your Boys' Suits from S I. Till.
Lion Brand Roasted Coffee. in pound
cartons. S. A. Rigby.
Died. on Tuesday evening March 11,
the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Morris of the Fork section. aged 4
Let liss Glass make your Easter Bat..
Mott's Vinegar, the purest on the
market. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The swellest thing of the season is to
be at the Felder school - house, March
27. Curtain rises 7:30. Admission,,
Adults, 2.5: Children, 15.
Everybody knows to go to S. I. Till's
T. W. Wood & Sons' Garden Seed
are the best. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Last Saturday morning before day
light, the kitchen with its contents, be
longing to Mr. Milton Stukes near For
eston was destroyed by fire. No in
Best Kid Gloves at Till's, 98e. Every1
To arrive shortly Paris Green Chem
ically pure. The R. B. Loryea Drug
Died near New Zion last Thursday,
Henry Fleming. aged about 18 years.
The deceased was the son of Mr. RH. S.
Flemming and a boy of considerable
Attend S. L. Till's Millinery Opening
March 26 and 27.
Gelatines: Chalmer's. Kin ery 's,Cox 's,
Knox's and Cooper's. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Citizens of Manning do not fail to
register. Remember you cannot vote
unless you are registered, therefore it
is best to register whether you want to
vote or not.
Get one of those French Pattern Hats
from S. I. Till next week.
In holding up the mirror. Read ad
vertisement in another column. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mr. J. H. Lesesne of Manning and J.
C. Land of Foreston have been drawn
as petit jurors in the United States
court for the June term which convenes
Best line of Clothing made, at S. I.
Till's, next door to Rigby's.
"All the colors of the rainbow." Paas
(Easter Egg) Dyes,1.2 Colors for 5 cents.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Loryea wants everybody to stop and
admir'e his artistically arranged show
windows. He threatens to put his photo
graph in the window if people do not
appreciate his windows as now arrang
Laces. Ribbons. Embroideries, at
half price, at S. IL Till's.
They have a county reputation Dr.
Curtin's Headache Powders, safe, sure,
quick, prepared only by The I. B. Lor
yea Drug Store.
Died in Sumter last Saturday. Dr.
Isaac McKagen, brother of Mrs. 'Hattie
LeGrand of Manning. Dr. McKagen
was well known in Clarendon, having
been in the drug busmness in Sumter
for many years.
S. I. Till is selling goods cheaper than
ever in his new quarters.
"Yaro Blend," the finest of fine
Roasted Coffees, in I-lb. sealed tin cans.
will make a delicious cup of coffee. S.
Churches please send up full delega
tion to Spring Meeting of The Black
River T-nion. at Calvary Church. March
J. D. HUGGINS,
Just in time for that Easter Hat at
Till's. next door to Rigby's.
Like Giants in the field offered by
pigmies are International Stock Food
and Pratt's Food. The R. B. Loryea
Married at the residence of the
bride's parents this afternoon at Fores
ton, by Rev. Pooser, Judge James M.
Windham and Miss Lula Richbourg,
daughter of Magistrate J. E. Rich
bourg. The couple go to the exposi
tion this evening.
Notwithstanding the misfortune that
has come to S. I. Till, he still leads in
.Mr. A. C. Davis has returned from
Fort Monroe, Va., where he has been
to stand the required examination for a
commnis-zion in the? regular army. He
will now' have to wait to hear from
Washington before lie knows whether
or not he was successful.
One hundred French l'attern Hats
on exhibition at S. 1. Tili's. 26 and 27.
Now is the time to apply Dead Stuck
and save annoyance in the future from
Bed Bugs. Roaches and all Vermin.
The 11. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Mrs. M. E. Walker will soon begin:
the erection of a handsome store on the
site recently occupied by Mr. S. 1.
Till. The store when coimpeted will
be occupied by C. M. Davis & Co..
clothier's. and they propose to have
one of the handsomest clothing and
gent's furnishing stores in the State.
The place is small, but I have what
you want and can serve you. S. I. Till.
Wednesday and Thursday, 26th and
:th. i., the 'Millinery Opening at S. I.
Till's, next door to Rigby's.
There was a shooting scrape over at
Alcolu last Sunday between two negroes
over a gambling dispute. The fellow
that did the shooting,. shot out for parts
unknown and the other one is now un
der the care of Dr. Geiger who tells us
that his patient was shot in the same
place as President McKinley. but in all
probability will recover.
S. I. Till wants to see you at his \l11
linery Opening 26 and 27. next door to
Extract's. Cologne's and Writing
Paper in artistic boxes. Glance at our
windows in passiu the Sign of the
Golden Mortar. The I.. B. Loryea
Read Hirschmann's advertisment.
He wants all the ladies to attend his
millinery opening. Mr. Hirschmann
claims to have as fine line of millinery
as has ever been brought to Manning,
and those in charge of this department
are in a position to know their business.
If you want a stylish hat at a little cost
Hirschmann can supply it.
We are prepared to deliver Corn and
Oats at any depot in Clarendon county.
Those having to buy will do well to
see us. as we can "figger" close. The
Manning Grocery Co.
Governor McSweeney has appointed
Mr. Charles F. Jenkinson to the posi
tion of State Constable, a position which
pays $60.00 per month. As soon as Mr.
Jenkinson qualifies he will be ordered
to Charleston to report to Chief Howie.
Mr. Jenkinson will make a good officer,
as he is discreet and at the same time
fearless, and will do his duty without
fear or favor.
- The grand old gardener and his 'sons'
Smile at the claims of long descent."
T. W. Wood & Sons need not go back
to the revolution to prove the superi
ority of their Garden Seed, Onion Sets,
Seed Potatoes, Field Corn, Millet Seed,
etc. They are absolutely the best seed
on the market and the people of Clar
endon know it. The Paris Exposition
of 1900 awarded them the Gold Medal
for general excellence. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store
There has been a party of Philadel
phian's in Manning on a visit to Major
Abe Levi. The party consisted of Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Lit. Mr. and Mrs. An
drew Kaas, Mr. S. S. Wolf, and Miss
Corinne Kass with trained nurse. Yes
terday Najor Levi, with Mr. and Mrs.
Lit. Messrs. Kaas and Wolf left for
Charleston, where they will take in the
exposition before returning home.
Heads Should Never Ache.
Never endure this trouble. Use at once the
remedy that stopped it for Mrs. N. A. Webster
of Winnie. Va. She writes "Dr. King's New
Life Pills wholly cured me of sick headaches I
had suffered from for two years." Cure Head
ache. Constipation. Biliousness. 25c.. at The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
A bout noon of yesterday the store of
W. T. P. Sprott at Foreston caught on
fire from a defective stove flue, and
notwithstanding the hard work done to
save it, the building was completely
destroyed: the stock was saved. There
was a high wind blowing at the time,
and the depot across the railroad track,
caught but was put Out without any
material damage. We regret to learn
that Mr. Sprott did not carry any in
Finds Way to Live Long.
The startling announcement of a Discovery
that winl surely lengthen life is made by editor
. H. Downey of Churubusco. Ind. "-I wish to
state." he writes. ' that Dr. K in;:'s New Discov
ery for Consumption is thc most infallible rem
edy that I have ever known for Coughs. Colds
and Grip. It's invaluable to people with weak
lungs. Having this wonderful medicine no one
need dread Pneumonia or Consumption. Its re
lief is instant and cure certain. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store guar-antees every 50~e and $1 bot
te, and give trial bottles free.
Died at his home last Saturday morn
ing near Summerton, Mr. Chas. H. Nel
son, aged about 41 years. The deceased
was the third child of Mrs. S. A. Nel
son of Manning. He was a man of
sterling worth, a thrifty farmer and
one of the best of citizens. THe left sur
viving him his widow, who was a Miss
Broughton, and six children. The fun
eral took place at Summerton Sunday.
at which Revs. Bailey, C'onnor, Coy
ington and Sublett officiated.
New Century Comfort.
Millions are daily finding a world of comfort
in Bucitlen's Arnica Salve. It kills pain from
Burns. Scalds. Cuts. Bruises: conquers Ulcers
and Fever Sores: cures Eruptions. Salt Rheum.
Boils and Felons: removes Corns and Warts.
Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25c., at The R. B.
Lorya Drug Store.
From what we can gather there are
not a few persons in Fulton and Cal
vary towvnships who desire to have
those tivo townships added on to Sum
ter,the active support to the proposition,
however, comes from Sumter principal
ly. Maj. H. B. Richardson, one of our
Representatives, lives in that section,
and as it is of public interest we know
it would be of interest to our readers to
hear his views on the subject. We
therefore extend an invitation to Major
Richardson to give in THE MAN KING
TIMES, his views on the proposed cut
ting off from Clarendon the townships
of Fulton and Calvary and adding them
on to Sumter.
The Secret of Long Life
Consists in keeping all the main organs of the
body in healthy. regular action, and in quickly
destroying deadly disease germs. Electric Bit
ters regulate Stomach. Liver and Kidneys.
purify the blood, and give a splendid appetite.
They work wonders in curing Kidney Troubles.
Female Complaints. Nerv-ous Diseases. Con
stipation. Dyspepsla and Malaria. Vigorous
health and st renrth always follow their use.
Only 503c. iru-arnteed by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Last Friday morning the Walker
house on the edge of town, occupied by
Mr. D. C. Scarboro was destroyed by
fire. The fire was discovered by a Mr.
Christopher who was walking in the
road and saw smoke issuing from around
the kitchen chimney. rushing in, he in
formed Mrs. Scarboro who was reclin
ing on a bed, but thle fir'e had progress
ed so rapidly there was no time to do
anything, b'ut to save the contents. The
greater par't of the furniture in the
house was save, but all of the kitchen
effects was destroy ed. The house and
kitchen burned to the ground. The
building belonged to the estate of
B. A. Walker and was insur-ed for $900,
Mr. Scarboro had W2O insurance on
Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought
Candidates for Congressional honors
are beginning to crop out in this dis
trict. already we have received letters
announcing the candidacy of Messrs.
George S. Legai-e who is the attorney
for Charleston city corporation, au
Thomas W. Bacot vho has been a nem
ber of the legislature for a numb.er of
years. In ali probability there will be
other candidates and the people will
have an opportunity to selee- from fine
Danger of Colds and LaGrippe.
'The greatest danger from colds and laGrippe
is their resulting in pneumonia. If reasonable
care is used. however, and Chamberlaiws Cough
Remedy taken. all danger will be avoided.
Among the tens of thousands who have used
this remed-y for these diseases. we have yet to
learn of a sin::le case having resulted in pneu
monia. which shows conclusively that it is a
certain preventive of that dangerous maladY.
It will cure a cold or an attack of la urippe in
less time than any other treatment. It is pleas
ant and safe to take. For sale by The It. B.
Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryca. Prop.
As a rule people like to dodge jury
duty. and consider themselves fortunate
when they have not been drawn. but
one day last week a good citizen made
complint about the method of draw
ing the jury and suspected that the of
ticers in charge of this departmeut had
favorites. This party claims that for
several years past,the jurors were near
lv all the same men and they wouli al
ternate: one year they would appear on
the grand, the next on the petit jury.
This citizen ;hinks that there is some
political favoritism in the drawing of
juries to pay off political debts.
Surgeon's Knife Not Needed.
Surgery is no longer necessary to
cure piles. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve cures such cases at once, remov
ing the necessity for dangerous, painful
and expensive operations. For scalds.
cuts, burns, wounds, bruises, sores and
skin diseases it is unequalled. Beware
of counterfeits. The R1. B. Loryea
Although not Liable, but Poperly Approached,
the A. C. L. Gives Benevolence.
There is a proneness to be prejudiced
against the railroads, and many are
preiudiced without having any other
reason than. that they are concerns
owned and operated for the purpose oi
making money. A great deal of this
prejudice may be attributed to the polit
ical demagogue who, when he wants tc
to emphasize his peculiar fitness for an
ottice, jumps on the railroads, denounces
their management, endeavors to make
the people believe that their woes; are
attributable directly to these institu
tions and that he is the man to protect
them: but when circumstances arise
which require an appeal to the higher
and nobler instincts of man, these sel
fish demagogues find no place in such
an element, and are therefore useless
where good can be accomplished for
others. Why? Because they are on the
lookout for self entirely; they never give
a helping hand to others and they are
totally devoid of appreciating the
meaning of the word BENEVOLENCE.
That class may be designated as selfish
designers, for the reason, they nevel
have an unselfish purpose and make
their appeals to the baser passions to
arouse prejudice that they alone shall
This article is inspired by an inci.dent
which will be of interest. It wi:.1 be
remembered on the 18th, day of Decem
ber some children returning home from
school stopped to play about a freight
train which had stopped at Alcolu;
some of these thoughtless ones ran
around the train, others got on the car
steps and passed through, and others
ran along by the side. Unfortunately
one child lingered to long on the step,
the train moved, she got frightened
and screamed. Sallie McElveen one of
her playmates reached out her hands to
help her off, and as the frightened one
jumped, it over balanced Sallie who
fell. one leg going under a wheel, sev
ering the limb, and in a few hours she
The company had an investigation in
stituted, and from the affidavits of eye
witnesses, it was a clear case that the
railroad was free from blame. The un
fortunate occurance could not be at
tributed to any carelessness of the com
pany, hences it was not liable for dam
ages. Mrs. Fannie McElveen the
widowed mother whose father's family
and ourself are friends of years stand
ing, entrusted her interests into our
hands: we regarded this manifestation
of confidence a sacred trust. We real
ized the fact that money could not heal
the wounded heart of the widowed
mother whose child had been so sud
denly taken from her, yet money could
buy some comforts to lighten her bur
dens and aid her in doing her duty for
the remaining children. We also real
ized that to ask for a verdict, under the
circumstances, would be like asking
the courts to punish the innocent and,if
a verdict was obtained, it would not be
a righteous one. Therefore we brought
suit in a court of benevolence and ob
tained a verdict wvhich with it carried
no fees nor costs.
After some correspondence with Mr.
Charles W. Bidgood special attorney
for the Atlantic Coast Line, and after
obtaining letters of administration of
deceased child's estate, by aa-reement,
a meeting was arranged between Col.
W. .G. Elliott president of the Atlantic
Coast Line and ourself, last Wednesday
at the Argyle hotel in Charleston. We
presented our case to President Elliott
as thoroughly as we knew how, and he
in turn showed us from the law and ev
idence he was not liable for any dam
age, and from a legal and a business
stand-point declined to pay anything.
Knowing how futile it would be to
make a demand which was not backed
up with law,and also that a business man
will look upon a demand from a cold
blooded and legal stand-point, we were
convinced that a law court was no place
for us and,into the court of benevolence
we made our appeal. Colonel Elliott lis
tened attentively to our relating Mrs.
MElveen's misfortunes and condition.
and in a short while we discovered that
the man of law and business was permit
ting his heart to be unlocked with a
key of charity. He heard our story
with seeming interest and when we
had finished telling him of this heart
crushed mother with five fatherless
children, he ordered his attorney to
give us a check for $500, and the wish
was expressed that the money would
aid the grief stricken mother to buy a
home for herself and little ones. This
is not the first instance that we have
known this big hearted railroad Presi
dent to he a comforter to the distressed,
Colonel Elliott is exacting as a business
man, and a thorough disciplinarian
when it cmes to railroad management.
He does his duty and he sees to it that
all, from the highest to the lowest do
theirs. if there is a grievance against
the system, and that claim comes arm
ed with justice, it is the law of the At
lantic Coast Line to satisfy the demand,
but on the other hand, if the claim is
unjust, matters not how small that
company will fight it to the last ditch.
In publishing this story we do so be
cause it will be of interest to our read
ers and we think it a matter of justice
that the people should know that the
Atlantic Coast Line is a business insti
tution, but its offleers are men with
hearts, and also to show the falsity o1
the expression that "railroads have o
souls to save nor backs to kick." This
benevolent incident is one of many
cases in which the r-ailroad officials have
given a practical test that they are
possessed of the milk of human kind
ness. and to our own knowledge this
company has proven itself a comforter
when earthly comfort would come fromr
In behalf of Mrs. Fannie McElveer
and her children, and individually, we
desire to make public our acknowlege
ment of the kindness and generosity o1
Colonel W. G. Elliott President of the
Coast Line, and hope that he and the
institution of which he is the head.
When He Comes, Watch the Fawning of Time
Laist Saturday Mr. Ben Sports of the
Davis section was circulating a peti
tion on our streets inviting Seuator
Tillman to come to Clareudon to speak.
The petition was headed by Mlr. C. M.
Davis. and when we zaw it there were
a number of other si;guatures to it. It
does not cost anything to sign a peti
tion, and hence many sign when they
do not care anything about it. The pe
tition was brought to us, and we de
elined to sign it, because this is a free
country and if Mr. Tillman wants to
come liere to speak he has a right to do
so without asking for an invitrtion.
Tillman has been, by a petition circu
lated by Ben Sports. and headed by C.
Al. Davis. invited upon his own offer to
come here to speak: when he comeh s to
Clarendon. and we believe he is com
ing. because certain politicians think
they need him, all we ask is.that he ex
plain, not assert, but explain why it is
that South Carolina Cid not get any re
bates on whiskey purchases during his
administration, what right he had in
I getting things from the penitentiary
without paying for them, and why it
was he denounced corporations and
then accepted a directorship in one.
When he comes here he may be able to
convince the people that everything is
all right, we certainly hope so, and if
he can convince us that he has not be
trayed the pE ople and that his conduct
was honest, we will be the first to come
out and say that the clould of suspicion
has been removed. But to bring about
this result. abuse, wild assertions, stage
playing, sneers and denials will not go.
The people understand that denials
backed with proof is entirely another
matter, and the only kind that will ap
peal to an intelligeat miin-d. When
Tillman comes he will find every asser
tion made by us backed up by written
evidence, let him bring his denials with
Pyny-Balsam Stops the Tickling,
and quickly allays infn-ion In the throat.
Ban thThe Kind You Have Always Bought
In Holding Up
To our many friends and the public generally
we see therein reflected -ood Will, Satisfaction
and Confidence in the business methods. in the
products carried, in the courtesy extended, in
the promptness exhibited, in the skill shown at
The l of the Golen MNort
that we feel that we have maintained the repu
tation that has been enjoyed by The R. B. Lor
yea Drue Store for
Over a Quarter of a Century,
and it wil be the constai.t aim and ambition of
the present management to continue to enjoy
the confidence. appreciation and good will of
the public they have anc will continue to real
ize that The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store
Is a Modern Drug Establishment in every sense
of the word, aad that their wants are ours.
With us it is not -large professions and little
deeds.- but to fulfill In e'-erv particular the re
quirements of what is e~x pected and demanded
by our clients.
bYour continued and o.tr largely increased
business warrant us in ti.:;nking that The R. B.
Loryea Drug Storesis er titled to the "meed of
Is in competent and skilled hands as it has and
alway trwil b.d Prscrii re fille with
Despatch. We are prep tared to execute Pre
scuinsdat h hur of the day or nigt, and
not, Ma1 bhe promptly and cherfully respnde
In ta word, your personal calls, your instruc
tions to your messengers. your mall orders
clearly indicate your preference for The
R. B. L.ORYEA DRUG STORE
which proves our superiority in the field of
Drugs, Chemicals and Medicines.
ISAAC M. LORYE.A, Proprietor,
-- Sig~n of the
- Golden Mortar,
!\IANN INC, S. C.
'Il-.ONE NO. 2.
J. M. BAGNAL, Prop.,
-MANNING. - - -- S. C.
RATES $1.00 PER DAY.
Special Rates to Regular Boarders.
Been Planted, and for
Given Perfect Satisfaction.
We Sell Them.
WtE SELL ONTON HSETS
STATIONERY AND CHILDREN'S
Our line of the PUREST DRUGS and
CHEMICALS is always full.
We also keep a full line of all kinds
of reliable Patent Medicines.
til PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALY.21
rW.E. Brown &Co.
Magical Headache Powders Never Fail.
I am agent for Standard Paints.
It does not pay to le: your houses and
implements get shabby.
D. 0. RHAME.
Dry Goods Store
Wednesday Evening, M'ch 26
And All Day Thursday, .
A D I E S. you all are specially invited to
attend the greatest Easter Spring Open
ing of Fine Millinery and Fine Pattern
I Hats ever seen in Manning. We always
take special pride in having our Openings
what they should be, but this one will overshadow
We will also display a line of Fine Dress
Goods, Silks, White Goods, Wash Goods, Em
broideries and Laces that will reflect credit to the
dry goods trade of Manning.
Ladies, we want you all to come, and remem
ber the dates,
Wednesday Evening, March 26,
AND ALL DAY THURSDAY, MARCH 27.
iW. E. JENKINSON.
THE MILLINERY OPENING will occur on
i WEDNESDAYMrc2 27
, g &THUJRSDAY h
In our own make we show the latest ideas of ~
:pretty French Hats and Bonnets with all the
grace and dash that we can put into them.
SCome and Bring Your Friends.
ALL ARE WELCOME.
3 ex~t Dooc* to~ Postoffice.
ONLY A WORD.
Friends, I wish to thank you for your liberal patronage during
e past season; I am indeed thankful to you. I have been unfort
uate, though, and have lost about about all I had, but I cannot
t down and wait for what has gone to come back again, as it has
goe in the winds to the four corners of the earth.
I have secured the small store next door to Mr. Rigby's and I
hve scanned the Northern markets and have some good things
I have 100 Men's $2.30 Felt Hats at 98c each.
I have over 300 pieces Embroidery that are worth from 18 to
e5 per yard that I am offering at 10c only.
I have one lot of 80 dozen yards of Lace, worth 19c. for 5e.
I have Men's good Work Shoes for 80c and $1.
I have 36-inch Percales at 5c, worth 8c.
I have some Men's Suits worth $8 and $12.30, for Si and $5.
I have Boys' Knee Suits, worth $1.50 and $3.50, for 98c and
I have Men's Straw Hats (Harvest) for 5c.
I have'anything you want at any price you want it at.
I want you to come and see me.
- want you to see my Sc Percales. my Sc Lawns, my 3c Lawns,
S80c Shoes, my 50c Pants, my 5c Vests, my Millinery, my White
oods, my Laces, my Embroideries.
I want you to see me before you spend your money.
Ask your friends about Till.
Yours for cash.
. I. TILL, Prop. Racket store.
Next Door to Rigby's.*
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Largest Manufacturers of
Fertilizers in the South.
Importers of ...
Pure German Kainit,
Muriate of Potash,
Nitrate of Soda,
Sulphate of Potash.
It is important in buying your fertilizers, not
only to buy goods of established reputation and high
grade, but to buy where' your wants of every
character can be supplied.
We are in position to furnish all classes of
goods and in such quantities as buyers desire. It
will pay you to see us before purchasing.
Address VirginiasCarolina Chemical Co.,
Charleston, S. C.
Send for Virginia-Carolina Almanac,
free for the asking. -
so to The Manning Hardware Company
For AGRICULTURAL IXPIUEETS.
Plows, Plow Stocks, Steel Shapes, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, Guano Horns,
Cotton Rope, Wire Fencing, Clevises, Repair Links, Curry Combs.
WE MAKE TOBACCO BARN FLUES.
We have bargains in Trace Chains, Breast Chains, Hames, Hame->
Strings, Back-Bands, Single-Trees, Bridles, Collars, Collar Pads, Grind
Stones, Flat Irons, Axes, Corn Shellers, Cow Bells, Ox Balls.
We are agents for the Oliyer Chilled Plow Company, and have their
Plows in stock; the Deering Harvester Company and the American Field
and Wire Fence Company.
Fcr 'll Sulppliegs
Valves, Lubricators, Gauge Glasses, Injectors, Inspirators. Black and
Galvanized Pipe, Pumps, Steel Sinks, Compression Bibbs, Bath Tubs,
Steam Gauges, Bolts, Nuts anl Washers, Round and Flat Iron, Packing,
Carpenters' Tools, Leeks, Hinges, Nails, Window Fasteners, Vailey
Tin, Eave Troughs, Guttering, etc. Paints, Oils, Varnishes. A splendid
assortment of these: White Lead, Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil, Spirits Tar
pentine, Varnish, Japan Dryer, all colors; Cold Water Paint, White and
Colors; Lamp Black.
"E1Buefzen M~zn GrOOCds.
Everything in Tinware, Crockery, Cooking Stoves, Heaters, Country
Holloware, Spiders, Ovens, Skillets. A nice assortment of Lamps and
Glassware, Wood and Metal Buckets, Stove Repairs, Sad Irons..
'Ea;ggy- ancI WagVn "Eepaix's.
Axle Points, Bolts, Clips, Anti-Rattlers, Rims, Hubs, Spokes, Shafts,
Buggy Steps, Rubber Cloth.
Cutler'y ancd. Sprting
Pocket Culerv that has stood the test for years. No risk in buying
our Guarauteed Pocket Knives. Shot, Powder, Caps, Fuse, Dynamite,
Canvas Hunting Coats and Legginsg, Rubber Boots.
Manning llardware Co.
A GRAND OPENING
Of Spring Clothing, Hlats
and Fnishing Goods,
You will find here the very newest
-and up-to-date Suits, Furnishing Goods
We mtk aa specialty of Extra Size,
Stout a-id Slim Suits.
On receipt of your letter we will send
A you sketches of Suits, if you are inter
ested in any.
In our Tailor Department we have
Over 500 Samples
for you to select your Suit or extra
Suits made to your measure from .$15
Sto $50. Pants from3to $12.
O y GRANITE
RBH CLTH IN G
224 KING ST., opp. Academy of Music,
ov- A wr I osr - - S. 0.
All mail orders promptly attended to by a special salesman.
Buena Vista Land Plaster
P0OR ALL CROPS.
Horace Greely, in his book on farming, speaks in the highest terms in
favor of the use of plaster. He says that one of the farmers im.Central
New York told him that by scattering plaster on his fields and pastures he
ixed the passing ammonia and impoverished the neighboring lands to a
very perceptible extent. Many testimonials of experiments might herein
be added which have been made by our agricultural colleges and scientific
farmers, showing that the wonderful and valuable effect from the use of
plaster throughout our country has become as common and well known as
the use of the manure upon our farms.
Carload Lots, Bulk, f, o, b, Charleston, S. C,, $5,25.
AROLINA PORTLAND CEENT CO.,
Sole Selling Agents,
CHARLESTON, - - S. C.
South Carolina Co-Educational Institute
(S. C. C. I.).
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
OLDEST AND LARGEST CO-EDUCATIONAL COLLEGE IN THlE STATE.
Over 300 Students enrolled last session, representing 10 States..
Young men under strict military discipline.
Faculty composed of 21 College and University graduates-9 men.
Thorough Literary Courses leading to the degree of B. E., B. S. and A. B.
Superior Advantages offered in the Departments of Music. Art and Business.
Four Magnificent, well equipped buildings.
Thousands of dollars recently spent in improvements.
From $100 to $140 covers expenses in Literary Department for the entire
Duo erin the past session 1 67 Boarders were enrolled. A large number
of applications were rejected for want of room. Additional room will be pro
if ou h con e st tding our College. write for catalogue and applica
tion blank to
F. N. K. BAILEY, Presida .
Nexte Seion Begrins Thursday, Sept. 26, 1901