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MANNING. S. C., MARCH 9. 1904
Publishes All County and Town O
Advertisers will please r%
member that copy for
change of ad. 3r:ST be i
this office by Saturday Noon in order t
insure publication the following weel
Manning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:
p. m. for the passenger trains. and the car wi
also meet the frei:ht trains. Arrangemen1
have been made with the agent at depot to tel
phone when freight trains are approachir
Fare. 10 ceuts each war.
Letter From Jenkinson
Hotel Albert, New York. N. Y., Marc]
Editor The Manning Times:
We wish to state to our many lad;
friends and patrons that Miss Ada Bag
nal and I are here ably assisted by Mis:
Beulah Williams, our Milliner for th<
coming Spring season-selecting and
buying our Spring stock of Dress Good:
and Millinery and making a complet
study of the latest Paris, New York ani
Baltimore Styles. When we return t<
Manning the ladies of Manning any
Clarendon and Williamsburg Counties
can rest assured that we will show thi
Latest and most up-to-date things it
Millinery and Ladies Dress Goods ani
our prices will be as low, if not lower
than any other house in Eastern Soutl
Ladies we want you all to call on u:
in our new and handsome store wher<
you will receive a most cordial welcom(
and will be shown the most beautifu.
line of new and stylish Spring Goodi
ever shown in Manning.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Town Election tomorrow,
Miss Lizzie Smoot of Sumter spent
Sunday. in Manning.
The church that is drawn by mules
cannot draw men.
Read Hirschmann's ad. this week.
He wants to speak to you.
Mr. Alfred E. D'Ancona of Chicago
is here on a visit to his relatives.
Mr. Annie Avant of Summerton is in
Manning on a visit to her relatives.
Miss Glenn Herriot of Charleston is
in Manning visiting her brother N r.
J. W. Herriot.
Died in Sumter last Monday Mrs.
Mary Sanders, widow of the late Maj.
Mr. Marioa Conyers, a former Clar
endon mannow living at Timmonsville.
was here yesterday.
Mrs. J. S. Troublefield and sister of
Spencer, N. C. are visiting at Mrs. C
L. McElveen's this week.
Died last Saturday near Paxville Miss
Carrie Hodge a daughter of Mr. J. W.
W. Hodge aged 22 years.
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday at 4:00 p. m.
Rev. M. A. Connors wil preach.
E. N. D'Ancona, Esq., a prominent
member of the Chicago Bar was here
last week visiting his sister Mrs. Lomis
The new board oj registration ap
pointed by Governor Heyward is E. D.
Hodge, W. T. Kelly and G. T.
Turn out tomorrow and vote on the
question of surrendering the charter to
come under the general incorporation
laws of the State.
Watch out tar the next issue at THE
TBIES. 5. L. Till will have in a half
page advertisment_ and make things
Mr. J. D. Gerald has- bought from
Mr. C. R. Harvin the lot joining the
Presbyterian church property, where
he expects to erect a nice homne.
Dr. J. M. Fladger returned home yes
terday from Baltimore where he went
for medical treatment. He was accom
panied by his sister Mrs. Vacant.
Miss Carrie Pam of Chicago paid
Mrs. Louis Levi a visit last week, and
from here she returned to Summerville
where she is spending the winter.
Died last Monday morning in Man
ning Miss Lou Andrews aged about 35
years. The funeral took place at An
drews chapel yesterday, Rev. A. N.
Look out for Mr. Louis Levi's spring
ad v'ertisement next week. He was too
busy opening un his stock to write this
-week, but ladies he will have something
:to say to you in next issue.
Walter Ryttenberg the 16 year old
son of the late Harry Ryttenberg, died
last Monday in Sumter from the effects
of injuries received from being thrown
from a horse a few week ago.
The telephone connection between
here and Sumter has been out of gear
for several days, caused we are told, on
account of a clash between the county
authorities and the telephone company.
Capt. George T. Alford the old rail
road conductor, and later the hotel
man died at his home in Charlestor
last Sunday. Captain Alford was well
known to the older people of this sec
Take a look into the show window!
of the Mutual Dry Goods Co., and there
vou will see a Turneristic display o:
beautiful dress fabrics and other thingi
to make women happy and drive met
Last Friday Deputies U. S. Marshalli
Aldrich and Webster arrested and car
ried to Char-leston a colored school
teacher from Jordon by the name of L
F. Alston who is chargedwith opening
a letter illegally.
Died last Saturday in Georgia, ani
her body was interred in Sumter las
Monday. Mrs. S. A. Brunson, who wil
be remembered by our readers as th4
proprietress of the Brunson House it
Sumter. wb-ere most of the Clarendox
people stopped when in that city.
Mr. J. Horton Rigby has returnet
from the Northern markets where he
has spent some time making a persona:
selection of spring goods for his larg<
-ade, an'l in a few dasy Rigby's will b<
he drawing card for those who like t<
look at the newest of fabrics and th<
The county board of assessors me
vest.erday in the court house, to repor
the :eturns taken by their respectini
township boards. The following wer<
present: Fulton. P. H. Broughton: Cal
varv. J. R. Griffin: Friendship, C. W
Brown: St. Paul, A. J. Richbourg
Santee, J. J. Mitchum: St. Marks. Mil
ton Stukes; St. James, J. M. Davis
Sammy Swamp. T.J. Tisdale: Manning
J. F. isradham: Mt. Zion, W- M-Plow
den: Brewingtonl, J H. Johnson, Plow
den's Mill. J. N1. Mantgomery: Harmo
ny. E. R. Plowden; Midway, J. C. Ba
ker; New Zion. R. E. McFaddin. Jr.
Douglas, D. H. Gowdy: Sandy Grove
T. E Burgess.
Mr. A. Weinberg has bought from
Mr. J. D. Gerald the property at the
head of Thompson street. and he ex
pects to move the residence to one side
and have Thompson street continued
on through his property, which will
open up some very desirable building
If troubled with weak digestion.
.beiching or sour stomach. use Cham
4 berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and you will get quicyi relief. For sale
by The r. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac
M1. Loryea. Prop.
Two young ladies circulated a peti
tion in Manning iat Saturday solicit
t ing signatures to a petion in the inter
. est of the Hepburn-Dolliver bills now
before Congress. Of course. very few
refused to sign. not that they were
acquainted with the nature of the
Hepburn-Dolliver bills, but they signed
because requested by two sweet young
ladies. The Hepburn-Dolliver bills
seek to give the States power to seize
liquor in transit in prohibition States,
even if shipped for private use.
Fearful Odds Against Him.
Bedridden, alone and destitute. Such
in brief was the condition of an old
soldier by name of J. J. Havens, Ver
sailes. 0. For years he was troubled
with kidney disease and neither doctors
nor medicines gave him relief. At
length he tried Electric bitters. It put
I him on his feet in short order and now
testifies. "I'm on the road to complete
recovery. Best on earth for liver and
kidney troubles and all forms of Stom
ach-and bowel complaints. Only 20c.
Guaranteed by The R. B. Loryea Drug
The best performance yet given un
der the auspices of the Lyceum was
last evening at the Institute hall by the
Wells-Greenawalt Swiss Bell Ringers
and The Asetceam Trio. It was a mus
ical entertainment, and each number
was sincerely applauded. The company
of two ladies and three gentlemen are
artists of high order, and the novel
performance with the bells, banjos.
mandolins, saxophone, piano and xylo
phones was indeed a revelation to many
who had never seen a simular perform
ance. Mr. Haves Greenawalt's dram
atic rendition of "The Soul of the Vio
lin" was a fine piece of elocution, and
Mr. Clarence Greenawait's chalk draw
ings, accompanying the rendition of
"Awaiting fer the Train to Come in"
created much ierriment. The entire
performance was good, an exhibition
of refined art. .
Best Remedy for Constipation.
"The finest remedy for constipation I
ever used is Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets,"says Mr. Eli Butler
of Frankville, N. Y. "They act gently
and without any unpleasant effect, and
leave the bowels in a perfectly natural
condition." Sold by The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
The knee breeches gallants gave the
"I-am-sweet" young ladies of the town
a delightful social last Friday evening
which was immensely enjoyed, and won
for the little gentlemen many real nice
compliments that may stand them in
good stead later on with the young la
dies little sisters. These boys did the
entertaining elegantly and gracefully,
quite a contrast to the party of chicken
eaters at the oil mill who sat around a
pot of boiling chicken like so many
tramps around a camp fire. The big
fellows thought they enjoyed them-;
selves, but they didn't. The little
gents went to the party with a sweet
young lady hanging on their arm, con
versing about the weather, the stars.
and other resourceful things to talk
about. while the big fellows sneaked off
by themselves with a chicken under
their coats, which~would squeak every
time the arm grip was loosened, and
cause nassers by to susp~ect they came
from a place whiere the was no "lock on
the chicken house door."
A Wonderful Saving.
The largest Methodist church in
Georgia, calculated to use over one
hundred gallons of the usual kind of
mixed paint in paintingt their church.
They used only 32 gallons ot the
Longnan & Matrtinez Paint mixed with
24 gallons of liaiseed oil. Actual cost of
paint made was less than $1.20 per gal
Saved over eighty (880.00) dollars in
paint, and got a big donation besides.
EVERY'CHURCH will be given a
liberal quantity whenever they pgint.
Many houses are well painted with
four gallons of L. & M. and three gal
lons of linseed oil mixed therewith.
Wears and covers like gold.
These Celebrated Paints are sold by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
No man is conditioned in the heaven
ly race on another's conscience.
A good Christian may be rough on
the outside, but he is never rotten at
Loss of ,Flsh
When you can't eat break
fast, take SotsEmulsion.
When you can't eat bread
and butter, take Scott's
Emusion. When you have
been' living on a milk diet and
want something a little more
nourishing, take Scott's
To get fat you must eat
fat. Scott's Emulsion is a
great fattener, a great
Those who have lost flesh
want to increase all body
tissues, not only fat. Scott's
Emulsion increases them all,
bone, flesh, blood and
For invalids, for con
vaescents, for consumptives,
or weak children, for all
who need flesh, Scott's
Emu!sion is a rich and com
fortable food, and a natural
Scott's Emulsion for bone,
flesh, blood and nerve.
We will send you
__ a free sample.
- ' Be sure that this picture
in the form ofa label is o
the wrapper of every bottle
of Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 PearISt., N. Y.
SAc. and Sh~ all druggists.
We were approached last Saturday b
a gentleman who was the spokesma
for a number of citizens of his commi
nity and asked to permit the use of ou
name as a candidate in the coming pr:
mary for the legislature. We naturali
felt complimented by the suggestior
but declined, assuring the gentlema
that we had determined to remain ou
of active participation in the comin
primary, and would only exercise th
privilege of casting a vote. We hav
served the people and in doing so, w
endeavored to do our duty, and .a
there are no pressing issues to create
demand for an exponent, we canuot se
any good reason why we should recor
sider our long ago announced deter
mination to not be a candidate for an
office. We are so constituted that w
always try to do just what we say w
will, and when we said we would not b
a candidate in the coming primary w
meant it to the extent, that if ever
voter in the county were to ->bligat
himself to Tote for us in the event w<
became a candidat.e it would no
swerve us from the purpose to remail
a private citizen. We hope howeve:
there will be no scarcity of candidate
for every office to be filled, and the
party rules will be so amended tha
fair play will be guaranteed to all o
Honor Roll of Way Side School.
New Zion, March 4, 1904.
To D. O. Rhame, Druggist, Summer
ton, S. C.
Dear Sir:-I have been suffering from
Rheumatism and Lumbago eighteen
(1S) years, and during that time tried
several Doctors, and took some of all of
the different remedies I ev'er heard o
but got no real benefit. Finally, learn
ing that Rhame's Rheumatism Remedy
had cured many others, I tried it. As
an evidence of my gratitude for the
remedy which benefitted me so much,
I wish to relate my experience to all
who may be troubled with Rheumatism.
(Signed) F. H. CHEWNING.
10-13t Silver, S. C.
THERE'S A CLASHING OF SAINTLY SPEARS.
The Mormons Have an Angel in Black, the
Baptists a Buzzard in Brown.
Editor the Sumter Herald-At our
recent meeting which was held in Sum
ter last Saturday, the long article of
Dr. C. C. Brown, addressed to the
churches of the Santee Association, in
which he uses my name quite freely
along with others, was read before the
body. It was our purpose to make some
eply, that the true facts in the case
ight be given to the people but after
ore mature thought, we deemed it
est to pay no attention to the false and
isleading statements made by Dr.
Brown, feeling that if we in any large
egree deal with a buzzard Baptist we
ill only relieve him of some of his
ilth, and our own robes become soiled.
JOHN 0. GoUon.
Manning, S. C., Feb. 29th.
Fewer gallons; wears longer; Devoe.
hy not Take a Trio This Winier Through
Florida to Cuba?
This beautiful State and Island has
een brought within easy reach by the
plendid through train service of the
tlantic Coast Line, the great thor
ughfare to the tropics. Winter tour
st rates are now on sale to all points in
Florida and to Havana.
For rates, maps, sleeping car and
teamship accommodations, write to
W. .T. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent,
Wilmington, N. C.
"What to Say in Spanish and How to
Say it," sent to any address upon re
eipt of a two-cent stamp.
Sin has no facination where it has no
No man is really bright who shines for
There is something besides sugar in a
Nothing can be insignificant upon
which God has set his seal.
The slick man doesn't find the road to
eaven a smooth one.
The saint prays, "Wash me!" the hy.
ocrite. "Whitewash me:"
The man who is righteous for revenge
ill be unrighteous for a raise.
Do You Want
TO BORROW MONEY?
If you want to borrow money
on real estate, no matter how
large the amount, come to see
me. I can make loans on im
proved real estate at a low rate
of interest and on long time.
J. A. WEINBERG,
MANNING. - - S. C
Shorthiornis & Berkshiires.
We have never been so well prepared
to handle the trade in Shorthorn Cattle
ad Berkshire Pigs as now.
We have some line Bulls about ready
for service for sale.
We can furnish you Pigs not akin os
the highest breeding and quality at
Write for what you want.
Akleman Stock F'arm,
ALCOLU, S. C.
The Steam Saw and Grist Mills, and
their appliances, lately owned by Mr.
J. HI. June. loca:ed near Jordan, Clar
endon County. Persons desiring tc
purchase this property will please ap
ply to Joseph F. Rhame, Attorney foi
owner, Mannirng, S. C.
Notice of Election.
The qualified electors of the Town of
Manning will hereby take notice thal
an election will be held at the Courl
House from 8 a. mn. till 4 p. mn. on March
10, 19104, the question being whether or
not the Town of Manning shall surren.
der its present charter, and come ir
under the general incorporation Act
made and provided for towns of be.
tween one thousand and five thousant
people, thus enlarging the scope ani
powers of such municipalities.
-D. M. BRADHAM,
B. T TInnROXE Crm.
S. I. Till, Levi block.
' The Furniture Man, Levi Block. rtf.
Y Till's is the place to do your Spring
a Come and see S. I. Till's ready to wear
g Hats for Spring.
e Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
e The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Readers should watch Rhame's drug
a store advertisment every week.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
- Seed. The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
e Wanted-Corn and Peas at highest
e cash price. R. D. Clark, at People's
e Warehouse. [tf
To Rent-A two story dwelling, good
a location. Terms apply to I. C. Ingram.
t Miss Layman of Baltimore will have
charge of our Millinery parlor this
Spring. S. I. Till.
3 Which will you choose goods at a
t high price at the other places or same
f goods at a lower price at Till's.
Write Oakhurst Poultry Yard,Alcolu,
S. C., for a setting of Barred Plymouth
Rtock eggs, $1 for a setting of 13.
Five hundred yards 18 inch Embroid
ery edge for flouncing and Corset
covers at just one half price at Till's.
FOR SALE-Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs. Si for setting of 13. Address
Oakhurst Poultry Yard, Alcolu, S. C.
? have a few more bushels of Flora
dora cotton seed for sale at $1.00 per
bushel. Address J. C. Graham, Jordan,
S. C. [2t
Is the price to be considered with
you this Spring when you do your shop
ping? If so then go to Till's and get his
One hundred and thirty eight pairs
Ladies Shoes, worth from $2.00 $3.00
any size you want. Your choice for
$1.00 at Till's.
For Sale-A fine plantation within 3
miles of Manning, well equipped with
buildings. The terms can be had by
applying to this office.
For Sale-167 acres of land in Har
mony township, adjoining lands of You
mans and Nelson, said tract has about
75 acres cleared, with a four room ten
ant house. Particulars apply to this
Wanted-to buy a good place,contain
ing 150 to 200 acres of land in this
county, situated near railroad and good
school. Parties owning such a place
will address a letter to A, care of THE
MANNING TIMES. [tf
Everybody turn out on court house
square tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock
and witness the demonstration of a new
fire distinguisher. Ir. J. C. Albergotti
of Orangeburg will make the' demon
stration. This is a good thing.
FINE CHICKENS! Eggs from
straight comb Black Minorcas from
stock direct from Vanderbilt Poultry
Farm. Also Eggs from Barred Ply
mouth Rocks from stock bought in
New York State. Jas. .F. Dickson,
Manning, S. C. [tf
Now Open. I
We invite the commu
nity to call in and inspect
our new enterpise, and
would especially ask the
housekeepers to call.
It is our purpose to ca
ter to the delight of the
GERALD & TH AMES
Proprietors. ~ fc
. .THE .. jO
R. B. L.ORYEA DRUG STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the .. . Golden Mortar, ~P
Beg toinform their many friends and custom
ers that they are prepared to supply their wants
We rr a ul an complet' line in every de
partmnent of the
and every attention is~ shown to the wants of
For Xany Years
Wec have endcavored to give the very best at
tenion to our custome~rs' wa .nts, and feel thatI
we haC s.ucceeded.
is complete in eyery particular and every and
Wn in nd of Pu edRUGS and M!EDI
CINES call on us and we can gie you general
MAI OR nDERS receive our careful and im
W e hefryour kind parerage which for
years we have earnestly striven to merit.
ISAAC Ni LORYEA, Proprietor,
sJ~n orthe H
MANNIRG, S. C.
P~'IHONE NO. 2
GIVE TS A TRTIAT.
The doctor puts years of experience into the
prescription he writes for you. We put years of
experience into the compounding. You need both
kinds of experience to insure proper results from
the medicine you use. Our prices are always as
low as they can be consistent with good service.
Rhame's Drug Store,
Summerton, S. C.
Coughing irritates the throat and lungs;
makes the cough harder to cure, and makes the
next cough come easier.
Rhame's Lung Balm
Will help you to stop coughing. Usually helps
from the first dose. Cures as quickly as any safe
Not A.n Old Seed. 1
The seeds you plant this year should be those
that were raised last year. That is the kind of
seeds we believe in selling. At the close of each =
season we burn all seeds left over and then buy
an entirelv new line of a house that we can de
pend upon to furnish us the new crop. It is cer
tainly worth while to get seeds of this kind and
that will cost you no more than those of doubtful
Rhame's Drug Store,
Summerton, S. C.
Seeds That Grow.
TD plant uncertain seeds is to throw away
money. It pays to be sure that you are getting
fresh seeds and those that are true to name. We
handle a line which we have every reason to be
lieve is the best obtainable and we are willing to
back up this confidence with a positive guarantee.
Our line is complete and includes everything you
need in garden seeds. Please remember us when -
ready to plant.
Rhame's Drug Store,
Summerton, S. C.
Hiigh Class Goods.
We still have some good things to offer yet. Al
ough it is between the seasons, we can give you some
~ry close prices on Winter Goods. as we want the room
our large shipment of Spring Goods already bought.
Ladies' and Misses' Jackets. ~
We still have something good and up-to-date in them
at we are offering way down below their real value.
me early and look through what we have. We will
ake the prices to suit your pocketbook.
If you are looking for something in that line we can
~ase you in quality and price. We still have something
ce in them in dark Greys and Blacks that you can get
real bargains. A look at them will convince you.
Oiir Press Goods Departmient.
We watch that with great care, therefore you can find
right in the lead along that line.
Our Black Dress Goods Department is always full of
)od things and the prices will meet all competition. See
hat we have before buying your Suit or Skirt.
All cotton goods arc higher, but we were on the
tchout for that and laid in a good supply of them, and
r prices on thenm are as low as the lowest. Gob our
ices before buying.
We have a big shipment just in of all the newest
apes and styles. The deep hip will be one of the lead
istyles this season. We carry them in all sizes.
Our Hlailton-Brown Shoes
til have the lead in high art Footwear. We carry a full
ne of them in all sizes and styles. Buy a pair and they
ill make a shoe customer of ours.
Thanking you for past patrondige and wishing you a
osperouis new year,
I remain yours,
THE OLD RELIABLE,
S. A. FR IGE3Y,
J. H. RIGBY, Ilanager.
Our Opening Guns. .
.After nearly five months of toil and ups and downs and hav
ing passed through many trying ordeals we are now back into
our new and handsome stores at our old stand on the corner,
where we will be so glad to see our many friends and patrons
once more and show them one of the greatest stocks of saleable
merchandise ever shown in this part of the State.
W te Open the Season
With the following marvelous values and we challenge competi
tion to down us:
Five thousand yards of yard-wide Percales, the best that is
made, only 10c per yard. Mark you these are the same prices on
these goods when cotton was 5e per pound.
Five thousand yards of the famous Merimaek Shirting
Prints at 5e per yard, the same old price they were when cotton.
was 4c per pound. So much for placing our orders with the
Five thousand yards of the best White India Lawns you ever
saw sold for 10c per yard; sold for 10e yard when cotton was 4c
per pound. Our price on this Lawn is the same old price, only
We have not the time nor the space to describle -our many
values we have to offer in White Goods and Wash Goods; all we
ask you to do is to go around and post yourself on current prices
and then come to us and we will open your eyes.
One hundred dozen Meh's Brown Mixed Half Hose at 5e per.
pair, the same old price that we sold them when cotton was 4e
BLACK DRESS GOODS.
Too much cannot be said in support of our great values in
Black Worsted Dress Goods. For spring wear there is nothing
that a lady can get that will take the place of a nice black skirt
and the proverbial shirt waist.
Ladies, you can suit yourselves in just what you need at our
store, as we have the greatest line of Black Skirting ever Shown
in this town, comprising all of the new and leading fabrics,
Eolians, Ragatines. Etamines, Bridliantines, Cicilians, Satin
deChines, Crepe deChines, Sand Glass, Serges and Henriettas.
- Call and see us when you want the best values in Black Dress
Goods and Skirtings from 10c to $1.50 per yard.
Gent's Fn rnishings.
We believe we would be doing ourselves and the public an
injustice were we not to mention the great values and the splen
did line of Gent's, Youths' and Children's Clothing and Gent's
Furnishing Goods we now have in stock. We are honest in our
convictions when we assert that we believe that we have the
grandest line of new Spring Clothing and Gent's Furnishing
Goods ever shown in this market.
Just think of this, a Mayfield Woolen Mills All-Wool Suit
that sold all over the United States last year at $10; you can get
these All-Wool Suits at our store for the cash for $7.50 and as'
many as you want, no scarcity of them.
One hundred dozen Gent's Negligee Shirts, nice spring styles
at 50c, 75c and $i each.
One hundred and fifty dozen H. C. Curtis' famous Collars and
Cuffs. -~ 1
Our buyer, Miss Bagnal, is now in the Northern markets
buying our Millinery stock for the opening season. She will re
turn with a new trimmer from Baltimore. Our Mrs. Beulah M.
Dinkins is here in charge and is ready and eager for the season.
Suffice it to say that we propose to make this the greatest season
in Millinery we have ever had.
We opened up our Millinery department when no one kept
I Millinery here; it was an absolute necessity for the upbuilding
of the town. We have succeeded in building up a large business
and we don't propose to give'it up, so ladies when you come to
get that Easter hat don't be talked into buying until ybu see
what we have to show you.
In conclusion we want to say to all of our friends and pat
rons we want them all to call on us at our new quarters.
UThanking you all for the patronage you have given as in the
past and asking a continuance of the same, I am.
*The Aim of Our Start
'or this spring season is to be the lowest price-maker again in everything, even
>wer than before, as we know all the Northern market spots more thoroughly --
an other merchants. All we plan is how to satisfy our customers more and
iore, which we only find in giving them lowest prices for the best merchandise.
Black Dress Goods.
-Which are so much in demand:
All-Wool Voiles, Nun's Veiling, Cottdn Voiles, all colors, Satin Fin
repes. Eaolians, Etamines. Albatross, isb, White and Colors, Cotton Taffetas,
~mbroidered Etomnines-, *Crepe de Knickee Rephyrs, Scotch Tweed, Cor
~hines, Brilliantine Cashmeres, Henri- ded- Madras, Corded Zephyrs, White
tas, guaranteed yard-wide Silks, all Liuen, Figured Muslins, etc., Dimities,
ew light color Dress Goods. ' French Organdies, Silk Mulls, all colb
A fine lot of Embroideries. crs.
he 10e kind for...............7Nc White Lawns 5c up to 50c.. -
'he 15c kind for...............10c Fine White Nainsooks, Long Cloth,
~he 25c kind for...............15c new Dip Pompadour Combs, Crushed
fine lot at..........-........ c Belts, Leather Wrist Bags, Kabo Cor
Allover Laces, Lace Bands, Inser.. sets. Dress Patterns always on hand1
ions and Medallions. latest styles.
Latest Stock Collars.
To this department we ha.ve devoted most of our time and energy to have a
rettier and more perfected line than ever before, we feel sure that the ladies
till be convinced at one glance and one question concerning our prices that we~
ave the secret of making up the nobbiest, prettiest Hats for the least amount.
3e on the lookout, don't buy before seeing ours. This is all we request, as we
:now the ladies here to be the right judges of beauty, style and quality.
In this line- we are able to do you a lot of good. A new line just received. -
To shoddy goods. -
See our Shoes th'at wear so well etc., etc.
Our Remnants of Ribbon you will find during the season, cheaper than last
eeason, as we have secured some on contract. Prices just one-half of bolts.
Yours, anxious for business,
Next to Postoffice.
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and maintain the highest reuainfrthe -
evenness and th 0 eiFtikers. *
# 'ho Virginia-Caroina Ghemica1 Co
CHARLESTON, S. C. 4