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LOUIS APPELT, Editor. t
MANNING. S. C., MARCH 5, 1903.
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ond Class matter.
WAS CHARLESTON WILLING FOR CRUM
TO BE FOISTED ON THE PEOPLE t
UP THE STATE?
Notwithstanding the protests I
of the citizens of Charleston, and Z
all of the newspapers in this
State, and a considerable portion
of the press of the United States, a
President Roosevelt has made c
Dr. W. D. Crum Collector of the r
Port at Charleston as a recess
appointment. In our opinion, it a
is a sad mistake to thrust upon t
community an official repugnant
to the wishes of that community.
But the entire responsibility of e
this obnoxious appointment is r
not with President Roosevelt? t
The Republican Senators by
their cowardice must share with
-the president this responsibility. t
When Crum was charged with i
V faithlessness at the Minneapolis
convention President Roosevelt
was disposed to throw him down, d
~ and our own press at once de- b
clared the "throw down" to be t
on account of color. The lead
ing negroes at the north shrewd
lv took advantage of the south
ern press' impolitic declaration, 3
and made the appointment of n
Crum a National issue, and one 1<
which is of serious importance b
to the Republican party. The
commerce committee twice re- c
fused to report favorably the y
nomination, and the dallying
tactics of the committee brought
.from the appointing power the
declaration that if the Senate by
a record-vote reiused to counfirm
4henDomination of Crum. he
would appoint some other per
son, but if that body did not let
the nomination come to a vote
he would appoint him at the re
There is no doubt of a suffi- I
cient number of Republican Sen- e
ators opposed to Crum to have ~
enabled the Democrats to defeat i,
the confirmation of this harass
ing nomination, but the trouble C
was they were afraid to show
their hands-they lacked the c
moral courage, and their allegi- v
ance to party is stronger than
to conscience. The Democrats
-knowing this would not let the a
matter..come to a vote, and thus t
we find party politics over riding
conscience and statesmanship;
the-patrons of an office forced to
submit, with a condition brought I(
on which will take years to erad- ~
-icate. From the standpoint of
Democratic policy this appoint
ment slams "the door of" toler
ance in the faces of the negroes,
and from a Republican policy it r
-does not "open the door of op
portunity" to the race. The ten- t
dency is to force the white peo- t
* ple into a condition of indiffer
ence towards the negro, and i
make him seek comfort from his 4
distant friends whose friend- r
ship comes around every four
years, in time to "open the door"
of a Na- ;onal convention. But
there is another side to this very
unpleasant affair. The News
and Courier's editorial commend
ing Dr. Crum's ability,. for his I
work in the exposition was used '
-as a rebuttal to the later edito
rial charge of incompetency, e
and the'n comes the news in the b
News and Courier that about 150
white men are applicants for
positions under the new ap- y
~pointee; the names of many of
them if published will be a sur
prise to the people of the State.
Then we have the News and
.Courier calling for a meeting of p
the citizens to express their in
dignation. What good such a
course will do we cannot see,
Crum will be iia charge of the i
office, and the indignation meet- a
ings can only amount to an op- ~
portunity to give vent to a lot of b
hot air which will be as harmless h
as blowing through putty blow- e
ers at the moon.
The office of Collector is of s
very little importance to thep
people outside of Charleston, 3
but to some extent we are inter- ~
ested, and therefore have a right
to ask whether it is true, that
prominent Charlestonians recom
mended Crum to the president,
as is hinted at, and believed in
some quarters? Who are the ti
applicants whose names will fa
create a sensation? Why did not b
the Democratic Senators reouest ~
information from President
Roosevelt why he made this ag- a
gravating nomination? If there 0
is nothing fishy in- Charleston'se
indignation it does .seem to us
that a wide-awake newspaper a
such as Charleston should have. r
would ferret out who it is that ~
is now asking for favors from a
negro appointee. That such t
thoughts are now ruminating the
minds of some. We herewfth I
reproduce a dispatch from Wash- ~
ington to the Columbia State, if
true, should forever, close the
mouths of the people of Char
Washington, March 21. - As The
State repeatedly predicted would beb
the case, the Senate adjourned without l
confirming the nomination of Crumnp
the negro doctor, to be collector of the d
port of Charleston. The President de- il
clared he would defy the Senate in the b
matter and give Crum a recess ap- r
pointment and this action has come. o
?en threshed over many times. Feu
outherners of any prominence have
een at the White House since Crum '
ame was first considered in connec.
on with the office who have not beer
sked by the President their opinion it
.e matter. The President has madE
ublic two explanatory letters bearirp
pon it. Indeed, the Charleston negr
as been a source of great trouble t<
he administration. The President
owever, has placed himself on recorc
s favo01ing Cum for the place and hiu
riends claimed that it would be impos
ible for him to get out of renominat
Liu Crum without antagonizimng the en
ire negro element of his party and th<
-hite element which aligns itself witi
hle blacks in the fight for equal rights
It is an interesting fact that the Sen
te has never requested the Presiden
>r information as to why he nomi
ated Dr. Crum to be collector of th<
ort of Charleston. The Presiden
-ould have been glad. it is said, t<
arnish information along this line an(
: would have given him the opportu
.ity. It is said, to explain away in
1easure his seemingly radical actioz
a saddling Charleston with a negr<
fficial. The statement has been mad
hat the President, when he visite(
harleston last spring, took severa
rominent Charlestonians into his con
dence and told them he would prob
blv have to select one negro from th<
tate for a federal appointment anc
sked for advice. The name of Crum.
is stated, was unanimously presentet
o him by his advisers as the most suit,
ble for such reward. He was de
lared by these "prominent Charlesto
.ians," who have since been loudest it
he accusations against the administra
ion, to be a respectable and able negr
nd one suited tor public office. Al
hat time there was no possibility of c
acancy in the Charleston office, bu1
bere was a chance of vacancies in sev
ral up the State, and had these vacan;
ies occurred at the .time Crum woulc
robably have been selected for one o:
2em. It was probably the irony o:
te that the Charleston collectorshil
ould have been vacant so soon aftei
-e President's visit there and aftei
ae good work which these Charleston
ins had so freely said in Crum's be
alf. Had the Senate asked for thE
apers in the Crum case it is believet
aere would have been some sensationa
isclosures which- might or might no
ave relieved the President of some o
ae responsibility for selecting Crun
r the office.
There is more Catarrh in tnis section of th
yuntry than all other diseases put together
ad until the last few years was supposed to b
Lurable. For a great many years doctors pre
unced it a local disease. and prescribed loca
=edies. and by constantly failing to cure wit
ical treatment. pronounced it incurable. Scienc
as proven catarrh to be a constitutional dis
ise. and therefore requires constitutional treat
tent. Hall's Catarrh Cure. manufactured b:
. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. is the onl:
nstitutioial cure on the market. It is takei
ternally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon
a. It acts directly on the blood and mucou:
irfaces of the system. They offer one hun
red dollars for any case it .fails to cure. Sent
r circulurs and testimonials.
Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
pecial to The Manning Times.
On last Wednesday evening the citi
ens of School District No. 25 met and
fter a full discussion on educationa
iatters. decided to apply to the Count:
oard of Education of our county t<
rant us an election to decide whethe:
hey are willing to supplement the
onstitutional tax by an extra two-mil
vyv for the school in this district.
On the evening of the 25th a part:
f men will go over to Sumter from her<
>organize a Knights of Pythias lodge
here will be lots of fun that evening
oat riding and climbing greasy pole:
ill be the feature of the evening.
Mr. Silas B. Kolb is still very ill ix
)r. Mood's infirmary in Sumter.
There was given by the ladies of thi
fethodist church an oyster supper a
de~ home of M1r. H. F. Stack on th<
th. It was a success in every respect
neat sum was raised to have some re
airs made on the chureh.
Miss Lily Gregg of Sumter and M1is
)lga Reynolds of Paxville are visiting
he Misses Lide.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mooneyhan of St
hales came over last week to se
eir little Willie. who is our "Belie'
Mr. N. C. Stack held down the nigh
fice for the A. C. L. last week at Cres
Mr. Editor, please let us knov
hrough your columns if there is such
ing existing in this county known b:
ame to us and not by sight as "x
ouuty chaingang." We do not knov
there or not, as Manning is a gooc
istance from here and can only b<
eached by rail and wire.
Dr. M. D. Murray, who has beet
uite sick, is again able to sit up a lit
le in his room.
The oat crop in and around this see
ion is very nearly all killed by thE
essian Fly. Some places they are al
There was a "free foi' all fight" ix
timini last Saturday night. A whitE
ian got his skull crushed very badl:
y a brick that caught him just abovE
e left temple. He came up Sunda:
ornng and Dr. P. M. Salley dresset
"Sugar Babe" will meet any one ix
he county for a foot race from Hodge:
orner to Pinewood and then ride t<
'rivateer and walk back.
Cures Cancer and Blood Poison.
If you have blood poison producing eruptions
imples. ulcers, swollen glands. bum~ps and ris
ts, burning, itching simin. copper-colored spotn
rash on the skin, mucous patches in moutl
throat, falling hair, bone pains, old rheuma
sm or foul catarrh. take Botanic Blood Bain
3. B. B.) It kills the poison in the blood
>on all sores. eruptions heal, hard swelling:
bside, aches and pains stop and a perfect cur<
made of the worst cases of Blood Poison.
For cancer. tumors. swellings, eating sores
zly ulcers. persistent pimples of all _kinds. tak
B. B. It destroys the cancer poison in thi
tod heals cancer of all kinds, cures the wors
mors- or suppurating swellings. Thousand
ared by B. B. B. after all else falls. B. B. B
mposed of pure botanic ingredients. Im
roves the digestion. makes the blood pure an<
ch. stops the awful itching and all sharp
ooting pains. Thoroughly tested for tnirt:
ars. Druggists. 51 per large bottle, with comn
Lete directions for home cure. Sample frei
ad prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta
a. Describe trouble and free medical advic'
tso seat in sealed letter. For sale by The R. B
oryea Drug Store.
Road Inquiries No. 4.
ditor The Manning Times:
The problem to be solved in regard
>road working is like the one whici
ted the man with the leak in hia
ouse. When it rained he couldn'1
;op the leak, and when it was no1
ining it need not be stopped.
There is another phase of evolutior
s respects the road in addition to the
ne mentioned last week. It is thE
levation of the sides of the road while
-e middle is being depressed. one
rows the other wears. Every man whc
igs a ditch on the roadside throws thE
>ad with bushes and other kinds 0:
ash. All this makes a considerable
u. which is allowed by the over.
ler to remain where the ditchers
This correspondent would like to in.
.st on the supervisor taking a trir
a: this way and look after the staking
I of our roads. This is a good time.
March 23, 1903.
What Is ILife!
In the last analysis nobody knows
ut we do know that it is under stric1
tw. Abuse that law even slightly.
an results. Irregular living mear<
erangemena of the organs, resulting
iconstipation, headache or liver trou
le. Dr. King's New Life Pills quickl3
adjusts this. It's gentle, yet thor
Lagh. Only 25c at The RI. 1B. Loryei
Condcucted by Paxvime W. C. T. U.
National Motto-"For God. Home and Na
State Motto-" Be Strong and of Good Cour
Our Watchword-Agitate. Educate. Organize.
"God helping me. I prt)mise not to t1Uy.
drink, sell or give
Intoxicating liquors while I live:
From bad companions 111 ref rain
And never take God's name in vain.
The Paxville union of the W.
C. T. U. was organized one year
ago, in February 1902. by Mrs.
Bullock, with Mrs. J. W. Mins
as president, and a band of faith
ful members who met regularly
each week, and then after some
time we decided to meet twice a
month and our meeting's are
earnestly attended, as we have
entered, upon the second year.
Oh! let it be the desire of each
one to make it the best year of
our lives and especially the best
in our christian lives, let us talk
up our meetings pray over them
and do everything but worry
over them and after you have
done your best humbly leave the
results with God. and rest satis
fied with the kind of meetings
he gives you.
Do thou thy work, it shall succeed,
In thine or in another's day;
And if denied the victor's meed
Thou shalt not miss the tailor's pay.
Paxville, S. C., March 19, 1903.
Prelude to Resolutions on Temperance.
The church of the Nazarene in
its Seventh Annual Assembly
again places itself on record in
opposition to the saloon and the
drink traffic in all its forms. We
regard it as the curse of all
curses and the sum of all villian
ies. It stands forth today as
the most attrocious crime of the
age. It is the bitterest enemy
of the church, and the greatest
hindrance to Christian propa
gandism of any agency of evil
left in this world. It fills our
prisons with convicts, our alms
houses with paupers, our asy
lums with insane, and it is re
sponsible for ninety per cent of
the murders, suicides and other
violent crimes, and for nine
tenths of the poverty of the
land. It fosters anarchy, pros
titution, gambling and obscenity,
and is the promoter of nearly
everything that is vile. It is the
p'ohiic source of divorce, of the
separation of husbands and wives
and the destruction of the home.
It has filled our land with brok
en-hearted mothers and wives
and sorrowing children. It has
brought sorrow and desolation
too deep for an angel to fathom
to millions of homes in this
country. In short, it blights
everything it touches. Its with
ering and desolating touch is felt
and seen in the great political
parties which it is dominating.
It is sinking them to its own de
basing level and is threatenmng
the destruction of the grand
national fabric bequeathed to us
by our fathers. Its pernicious in
fluence upon the government is
seen in the fact that no Presi
dent has had the courage to
stand before this forked-tongued
monster of-damning breath .and
in his inaugural address, or in any
message to Congress so much as
call attention to its ravages in
community. On the other hand,
government complicity, by which
it becomes particeps crimimis in
the business of drunkard-mak
ing, is alarming. It is blighting
the church by direct and reflex
influence. It is robbing them of
holiness and spiritual power and
paralizing revival effort, and is
causing God to withdraw His
Spirit and leave their house
It is shearing their locks and
leaving them helpless in the
hands of their enemies. Its
deadly exhaltations are felt in
every department of Christian
work and .life. Its demand for
35000 girls each year (an aver
age of one every tifteen minutes)
to sell their virtue for rum and
lead lives of shame, and more
than 100,000 boys to take the
places of the old drunkards who
fall into hell, is appalling. Thus
we are confronted by a monster
iniquity that has notone redeeng
ing feature, and before which
most other crimes pale into com
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cures. It surpasses any other salve, lo
tion. ointment or balm for cuts, corns,
burns, boils, sores, felons, ulcers, tet
ter, salt rheum, fever sores, chapped
hands, .sk-in eruptions: infallible for
piles. Cure guaranteed. Only 25c at
The Rl. B3. Loryea Drug Store.
There are women who are witty,
There are women who are pretty;
There are women who will always have
There are women who are sainted,
There are women who are painted,
But of all the latter, be careful what
There are women who are healthy,
There are women who are wealthy,..
There are women who are worth their
weight in gold.
There are women who are truthful,
There are women who are youthfu.'
Did you ever see a woman who was
There are women who are slender,
There are women who are tender.
There are women who are large and fat
There are women who have married,
There are women who have tarried,
There are women- who are silent but
they are dead.
EVERY CHURCi- or institution sup
ported by voluntary contribution will
be given a liberal quantity of the Long
man & Martinez Pure Paints whenever
N~oTE: Have done so for twenty- seven
years. Sales: Tens of millions of gal
lons; painted nearly two million houses
under guarantee to repaint if not satis
ictory. The paint wears for periods
up to eighteen years. Linseed oil must
be added to the paint, (done in two
minutes). Actual cost then about $1.25
a gallon. Samples free. Sold by our
SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP
Cured by One Bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
"When I had an attack of the grip
last winter (the second one) I actually
cured myself with one bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy," says Frank
W. Perry, editor of The Enterprise,
Shortsville, N. Y. "This is the honest
truth. I at times kept from coughing
myself to pieces by taking a teaspoonful
of this remedy, and when the coughing
spell would come on at night I would
take a dose and it seemed that in the
briefest interval the cough would pass
off and I would go to sleep perfectly
free from cough and its accompanying
pains. To say that the remedy acted
as a most agreeable surprise is putting
it very mildly. I had no idea that it
would or could knock out the grip
simply because I had never tried it for
such a purpose, but it did, and it seemed
with the second attack of coughing the
remedy caused it to not only be of less
duration, but the pains were far less se
vere, and I had not used the contents
of one bottle before Mr. Grip had bid
me adieu." For sale by The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea. Prop
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of 4o4 .Ae
To Protect the Citizens of the Town
of Manning Against Vicious or
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE IN
tendant and Wardens of the Town of
Manning in Council Assembled and by
Authority of the same:
SECTION 1. It shall be unlawful for
any person or persons on and after the
passage of this Ordinance, who owns a
dog of a vicious or dangerous nature,
to permit the same to run at large upon
the streets of the Town of Manning,
SEC. 2. The marshals of said town
are herein empowered and ordered to
shoot any dog which, under their own
observation manifests a vicious nature
on the streets of said town, unless muz
zled; also they shall be required to
shoot any dog when found upon said
streets unmuzzled: Provided, such dog
shall have previously been reported to
them by two or more reputable citizens
as being of a vicious or dangerous na
Ratified by Council MNlarch 23, 1903.
D. M. BRADHAM,
E. J. BROWNE, ;lerk.
Prohibiting the Maintenance, Use or
Operation of Devices, nlachines
or Contrivances for the Hazard
ing of Money or Other Valuable
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE IN
tendant and Wardens of -the Town of
Manning in Council Assembled:
SECTION 1. That it shall be unlawful
for any person or persons to maintain,
operate or u~se, in or at his, her, or
their enclosure, house, place of busi
ness or elsewhere, within the corporate
limits of the town of Manning. any
scheme, machine, device or contriv
ance for the hazarding of money or
other valuable thing.
SEC. 2. That it shall be unlawful for
Iany person or persons, knowingly to
Isuffer, permit or allow his, her or their
Ihouse, enclosure, place of business or
other premises, within the corporate
limits of said Town of. Manning to be
occupied or used, in whole or in part,
by any person or persons whomsoever,
for maintaining, operating or using
such schemes, machines, device or con
sivance as is referred to and described
in the first section of this ordinance.
SEC. 3. -Any person or persons con
victed of violating any of the provisions
of this ordinance, shall be punished by
imprisonment for a term of not less
than ten days,nor more than thirty days,
or by a fine of not ress than five dollars
nor more than twenty-five dollars.
Ratified in Council this twenty-third
day of March, 1903.
E. J. BROWNE, Clerk.
R E ASONS
The B. B. Loryea Drug Store
IS THE MOST POPULAR DRUG
1,- BECAUSE Uniform courtesy is ex
St tended to all patrons, whether rich or
poor, white or colored
d2 BECAUSE We carry the .argest and
2 n. mos complete line of DRUGS,
MEDICINES and CHEMIClALS.
d3 BCAUSE Our Prescription Depart
. etis conducted on strict Pharma
BECAUSE Promptness. Celerity,
. ipthand Skill are exhibited first.
last adall the time.
h5 BECAUSE Night calls are cheerfully.
e~?. courteously and promptly responded
6 BECAUSE envy, jealousy and mal
L?. ice have no home in our establish
7t BCAUSE We are agents for the
7t justly popular LONGMAN & MAR.
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h~ BCAUSE We are agents for T. W.
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Garden Seed. Seed that will germi
nate. and which secured the medal
for general excellence from the Paris
Exposition of 1900.
94 "1. BECAUSE We are the agents for
BE ITRAINLSTOCK FOOD
9 U.COMPANY'S Products. We have
many unsolicited testimonials regard
ing their efficacy.
hlth. BUT Why tell people what they
.already know? n they aefully
aware that THE R. B. LORYEA
DRUG STORE is conceded to be
the Ideal Drug Store of Clarendon
For Twenty-eight years THE R. B. LORYEA
DRUG STORE has met every demand made
upon them. and while "men may come and men
may go." the Sign of the Golden Mortar stands
ieabeacon and shines for all.
ISAAC M. LCRYEA, Proprietor,
MANNINO, S. C.
PH ON E NO. 2.
if Mail Orders receive immediate attention.
Money to Loan.
WILSON & DuRANT.
Kodol Dyspepsia Gure
Dinests what you eat.
S. I. TILL'S
Wednesday & Thursday, April 1 & 2.
Everybody come and see a grand display of
Fine Millinery, Dry Goods,
Dress Goods, Ribbons,
And everything that is kept in an.sup-to-date dry goods store.
Don't buy your Hat until you see ours. We have a larger line
than ever, and everybody knows how cheap we sell them.
Wednesday and Thursday, April 1st and 2d.
S. I. Till.
On Levi Block. Near Legg's Stables.
THE SUCCESSFUL PLANTER
FERTILIZES HIS LANDS....,
The Virginiavarolina en" Coo
*Nanufacturer; the-best b ertiirg laefh',
Virginia-Cgrolina Chemical Co..
CHARLESTON. S. C.
And come to a full stop. En
can be done in this world e:
elsewhere as you can get thi
WE DRIVE O
At a rapid speed and keep a firm hold on ROCK BOTTOM PRICES
the new season, conscious of the fact that when our legions of custon
tion and pleasure in no uncertain form. Our stock is much larger, fi
shown. We determine to cater directly to the Dry Goods business, z
any one to control the Dry Goods trade than the ones we are offering.
SIL 8 & 8H IF~T
All kind of Silks is what we now have for you, suitable for eve
cannot be equalled; tlhey are well selected, all qualities and patterns,
For the Spring wear there has been great changes in this li
latest styles in sleeves and collars. We are giving great values in thi
This line is brand new from beginning to end with no exception
this line could be sold if the prices were cheap enough; we have simi
Miss Ida Crawford will be in charge of our-Millinery Departm<
of course she is now well acquainted with the wants of the ladies, ar
inefeased our stock in this line and we must have your orders. She I
We have set out to secure the greatest volume of business pos5
is to offer the best values for the money. this is what we are doing toi
Our Millinery Department will be open for the trade on Friday
days, as this is unnecessary and allows us to give prices much cheape:
Spe cial Initti n E forli~ them.
Below we give you a fore
good things we have in store:
INE BARGAINS which have
NEW BANANG SILK,
TISSUE DE S01,
ALL COLORS ORGANDIES,
STRIPED AND FANCY
NEW ZEPHYR GINGHAMS,
CHAMBRAYS, ALL COLORS,
Our Ribbon assortment is grea
We promise our Millinery to
date of Opening.
Our bargains in general are
want you to come and inspect it all.
Yours for hon
Next Door t<
J. F, DICKSON'S Hi
IN THE WAY OF PRICE
Steel Dixie Stocks,
Farquhar Sweep Stocks,
Two Hors*e Turn Plows,
Collars and Bridles,
Extra Beams and Handles,
Wings and Wings, -
Twisters, Shovels and Sweeps
Rope of the I
In fact I am now in a position
>ur advantage and to show my a]
,e by saving you money.
Let me tell you something ab<
I expect to make up 150 sets a
ss for them than you ever hav
.acing your order.
J. F. DI(
~ergy will do
Kcept to get
em from us.
.We are now opening up our
iers see what we have for them,
aller, prettier and of better qua
~nd we assure you that no great
ry purpose. We also have a lint
and the prices will certainly ple;
ne. Every Waist we are showir
s line and have a complete stocli
~s and Inser
.The assortment is complete, a
ly unmistakably unmasked our t
mnt again this season. She has
id we assure you that her servici
tas just arrived and will' very Soc
sible for the Spring season, and
lay. We are giving prices even
i SEE US
March 26th. We have decided
.ially invited to come and see wh
taste of some of the many
For you this season, GENU
WHITE LAWN, up to finest.
REMNANTS OF BEST PER
REMNANTS OF CURTAIN
REMNANTS OF FINE WHITE
REMNANTS OF GINGHAMS.
REMNANTS OF BLEACHING,
REMNANANTS OF EMBROI
DERIES, Lovely quality,
REMNANTS LACES, suitable
for finest use,
ALL KINDS OF NOVELTIES.
.r than ever.
se worthy of notice. Watch for
yo numerous to mention, and we
1Ik 011 Tow
S ON THESE GOODS.
Cast Dixie Stocks,
Georgia Ratchet Stocks,
Backbands and Hames,
Singletrees and Clevises,
Points and Points,
Bars. and Bars,
Bolts of all kinds,
to take care of your wants to
preciation of yur past patron
dwill sell them: You will'pay
e before. Give me a'call befoe
prices as low
~reat stock 9f DRY GOODS for
they will express their satisfac
lities than we have ever before
~r inducements can be offered by
of new Shirt Waist Goods that -
g has the NEW long cut front,
.See this ]ine before you buy.
~nd being aware of how much of
inderselling prices here.
been with us three seasons, and
as will please you all. We have
n be ready to serve you.
the only way we can secure this
lower than you can imagine.
it is useless to arrange opening
at we have in the MILLINERY