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MANNING, S. C., DEC. 7, 1904.
Pu~lishes All County and Town Of
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.
The Last Milestone of 1904.
The month of December is the last
milestone of the year 1904 and it is our
time to make it the best month of the
year and the greatest month of our
commercial history. Below you will
find a few of the many great bargains
that we will oter this month.
Six thousand yards of yard wide sea
Island Homespun at 5c. per yard. Sold
everywhere at 61c.
Two thousand yards of yard wide
Bleach Hompspunno starch, value 10c
our price only 8%.
One thousand yards of real good Cal
ico only 4c yard
100 dozen mens gray and Brown
mixed half hose only 5c value 10c.
100 dozen mens black half hose value
V" 15c our price only 10c
50 dozen ladies very fine quality
black hose only 15c or 2 pair for 25.
If you need shoes, clothing, dry
goods, hats, ladies jackets, millinery,
ladies, gent's and childrens winter
underweak'. Come to Jenkinson Co's
big department store where you will
find the the largest stock and the low
Did you say you needed a nice set
of furniture Jenkinson Co is the place
to get it.
t W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Well, yes. It comes off next month,
Mr. Jno. G. Slaughter is in Danville,
Va., on business.
Mr. H. Harby, of Sumter, was in
Mr. R. D. Clark left last night for
Danville, Va., on business.
A party of Clarendon gentlemen left
yesterday for a two weeks hunt in
M r. I. C. Strauss of the Sumter Bar
spent Monday in .Manning on profes
When vou want a pleasant laxative
take Chamberlain's Stomach snd Liver
Tablets. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Read McLeod's Last Call for 1904,
and you will find that he propses to sell
a large stock of goods as tempting
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday at 4 o'clock
p. m. by Rev. M. A. Connors. Public
The railroad depot at this place was
entered last night, and burglars suc
ceeded in damaging the safe, and steal
ing 40 cents in pennies.
There will be a Christmas tree at the
Grange Hall Wednesday evening at 7
o'clock, December 21. Refreshments
will be served for the benefit of the
Landsin this county are being posted
right along, so as to prevent the pro
miscuous hunting. especially by those
who come here to hunt birds for ship
-The roman candle nuisance has al
ready begun among the little shavers,
who'nightly engage in the dangerous
play of shooting each other with these
An immense wild cat was cut in two
last Monday night by the freight train
at Black River. The "varmint" was
being shown around the town yester
day ?y some little boys.
A full attendance of the membership
is desired at the Methodist churchi next
Sunday morning-the last before Con
ference. At this service business of
importance will be brought before the
Clerk of Court J. H. Timmons, ac
companied by Dr. W. M. Brockinton,
left yesterday for Johns Hfopkin's San
itarium in Baltimore, where Mr. Tim
mons expects to undergo a surgical
Mr. R. E. McFaddin of Sardinia, one
of our county commissioners, although
slightly disfig'ured from his recent run
away accident, is still in the ring, and
was able to attend the meeting of the
board last Saturday.
Our stores are beginning to put on
their holiday look already, fireworks,
toys and all those things to make the
young and old happy are here. The
shon windows are real enticing, regard
less of the price of cotton.
Died at his home at Providence,
Capt..P. P. Gaillard aged about 62
ears. Captain Gaillard was one~of the
[eaders in Sumter county in her trying
days. He was a brother of Mr. W. H.
Gailard of Dullant this county.
During the Christmas holidays the
young gallants are going to have a
grand tournamient at which there will
be the best riders in this and adjoinig
-counties. The affair is to be conducted
on a grand scale and everything will be
done to make it a memorable occasion.
Mr. Henry Appelt of Darlington who
spent last week in M'anning with his
brother's family left last Sunday night.
While here he met a number of his
comrades, with whom he was in
h.Cuba, which made his visit so pleasant
that he will put Manning on his regu
1ar route and come here often.
There is in contemplation the build
ing of an electric railroad from
Wright's Bluff to St. Paul, through
Summerton to Manning. The projectors
of this scheme believe such a road wil
add greatly to the development of the
section through which it will go, and
afford freight competition with the
Walter Burgess of Sandy Grove, the
young man we mentioned in our last
issue as having accidentally shot him
self in the leg while hunting on Thanks
giving day, died last Wednesday, He
was a son of the late Samuel Burgess,
and the sole dependence of his mother
and Sisters, about 18 years of age and of
The Ariel Ladie's Quartet Company,
gave a performance here last evening
which was a rare treat. Miss McKen
zie's recitals were indeed charming,
and Miss Leavitt's violin execution was
an exhibition of a high order of musical
talent. These ladies are indeed enter
taining to the refined and cultured, and
we hope they will again appear in Man
The property in Manning is being
sold for such high prices that it will
not be long before those wishing to live
here will be forced to seek the suburbs.
We are not altogether sure if it is to
the future welfare of the town to hold
property at the present prices, because
the ground is too high to encourage
the building of houses to rent, and un
less there are houses built for rent, the
town will progress slowly.
My wife was all run down, and I
feared a long illn9ss; but one bottle of
King's Sarsaparilla made a new woman
of her. It is a wonderful medicine.
F. J. REDMAN.
Seversville, N. C.
Sold by Dr. V E.Brown & Co.
On last Saturday, Mr. Sanders gave
an exhibition on the Presbyterian
church lot of his building material to
take the place of brick. He made a
mixture of sand and cement, placed it
in moulds and turned out blocks, which
when hardened resembled stone. This
same material is being used for the
Baker Infirmary in Sumter, and it is
also being used-for the Capers & Co.
druz store at Snmmerton. The purpose
of this exhibition was to give the com
mittee having in charge the building
of the new Presbyterian church an op
portunity to see the material. and from
what we can learn they are well pleased
That Throbbing Headache.
Would quickly leave you. if you used
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their match
less merit for sick and nervous head
aches. They make pure blood and build
up your health. Only 25 cents, money
back if not cured. Sold by The R1. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
The committee having thr tourna
ment in charge is composed of Messrs.
C. M. Mason, D. M. Bradham and W. J.
Muldrow. The day fixed for this event
is December 29th. The entrance fee is
33. The prizes will be bridle, saddle
and spurs to the winner of first prize.
The application committee is W. C.
Davis. A Levi, and Charlton DuRant.
All Knights desiring so participate
must make application to the commit
tee, and those accepted will be required
to appear in shirtwaist, sash and cocked
hat with ornament. Thecommittees are
anxious to make this a big success, and
they urge the co-operation of the pub
lic, especially in attendance.
Mothers Be Careful
of the health of your children. Look
out for coughs, colds,-croup and whoop
ing cough. Stop them in time-One
Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy.
Harmless and pleasant. Sold by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The tremendous slum in cotton has
had a very demoralizing effect upon
the farmers, and business generally.
The government report shows, a crop
of 12,225,000 bales, about 8000,000 bales
already marketed. It is estimated that
the world's consumption is about 12,
000,000 bales, and now that the crop
of this year exceeds the world's sup
ply it is very doubtful if we shall real
ize our hopes of stronger prices. There
are many persons who have held large
quantities of cotton, and these lose
heavily by the falling of prices. The
cotton goods market has already weak
ened, and this is an indication that
higher prices for the staple need not
be looked for.
A Certain Cure for Croup.
When a child shows symptoms of
croup there is no time to experiment
with new remedies, no matter how
highly they may be recommended.
There is one preparation that can al
gways be depended upon. It has been in
use for many years and has never been
known to fail, viz: Chamberlain's
Couzh Remedy. Mr. M. F. Compton
of Market Texas. says of it, "I hava
used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in
severe cases of croup with my children,
and can truthfully say it always gives
p.Ibmpt relief." The R. B. Loryea
. Last Saturday on the plantation of
Mr. H. S. Briggs, Ed Mackey, a negro,
killed Dave Connors, and seriously
wounded Lynton Butler, both the dead
man and the wounded man are negroes.
Mackey first drew his gun on Arthur,
one of' Mr. H. S. Briggs' sons, and
asked him for tobacheo. Young Briggs
told him to put down his gun, where
upon Mackey asked him for money,
and Connors remonstrated with him,and
he turned around and fired a load into
Connors. Butler started to run, and
was shot in the arm. Mackey went off
and told some people he intended to
kill his wife and baby, but he could not
find them. He then escaped into the
woods. The shooting was altogether
unprovoked, and some think Mackey
To Cure a Cough.
The coughs so prevalent these days
usually develop before you realize what
has happened. Now the best thing to
do is to take the most reliable cough
cure you can get. None better than
Murrays Horehound Mullein and Tar.
It is made of the purest ingredients
and can be given to infants as well as
grown people. Above all else IT
CURES. You will find it at all drug
gists. 2.5c a bottle-extra large bottle.
For Sale, one lot a-t Jordan containing
121 acres.5 room dwelling, good garden,
and orchard, barn and stables, a store
house, 20x30 feet, gin house 35x50 feet,
two stories, and two tenint houses.
This is a bargain Apply to Louis Ap
Consumption is a human
weed flourishing best in weak
lungs. Like other weeds it's
easily destroyed while young;
when old, sometimes im
Strengthen the lungs as you
would weak land and the
weeds will disappear.
The best lung fertilizer is
Scott's Emulsion. Salt pork
is good too, but it is very hard
The time to treat consump
Ition is when you begin trying
to hide it from yourself.
Others see it, you won't.
Don't wait until you can't
deceive yourself any longer.
Begin with the first,. thought
to take Scott's Emulsion.. If
it isn't really consumption so
much the better; you will soon
forget it and be better for the
treatment. If it is consump
tion you can't expect to be
cured at once, but if you will
begin in time and will be
rigidly regular in your treat
ment you will win.
Scott's Emulsion, fresh air,
rest all you can, eat all you
can, that's the treatment and
that's the best treatment.
We will send you
__ a little of the Emul
Be sure that this picture ini
the form of a label as on the
wr rof every bottle of
Em 'l or you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St N. Y.
e oc and $ral druggists.
There is notbing like intelligent ac
tivity in business, and no one appre
ciates this fact more than an up-to-datE
merchant. Read Jenkinson's advertise
ment, and in it you will see that he ih
a strong believer in keeping in toucil
withk the trading public. Jenkinsor
wiselv believes that to do business ac
'tivelv one cannot lay down and wail
untilthe spirit moves them, but the:
must in this progressive day be up anc
doing. He therefore, is out this week
with special inducements to move hih
mammoth stock, and we want all of om1
readers to take up his advertisement
and give it careful study.
A brilliant man once said: Dr. King's
Sarsaparilla is the most wonderful
medicine I ever saw. I was run down,
nervous, weak. could not sleep-was a
sick mau. I took a thorough course
six bottles-and am well.
JNO. W. STAGG.
And it only makes men as good as
new. but women as well. Sold by Dr.
W. E. Browne & Co.
The meeting of farmers yesterday
was attended by a small body of repre
sentative farmers. Rev. R. A. Sublett
addressed the body and made clear his
plan for the proposed organization.
The purpose being to have an organi
zation throughout the entire cotton
belt and on tomorrow evening a State
organization would be effected at Co
lumbia, to which he wanted this coun
ty to send representatives. The plan
is to organize every township into clubs,
to be subordinate to the State organi
zation, whereby the cotton can be con
trolled and marketed. Wherever 10,
OP bales con be concentrated, a ware
house is to be built, owned and control
led by the cotton growers; to raise the
funds for the building of these ware
houses, each member to be assessed
$1. for every bale of cotton he makes,
and the whole management of market
ing is to be governed by a board of
directors, chosen at a State convention
made up of representatives from the
local clubs. The county organization to
report quantity and grade of cotton
stored, to the State agent, who will
come in direct touch with the mills
and exporters. After the matter was
discussed by Messrs. Sublett, Hodge,
and others, an organization was ef
fected by making Mr. E. D. Hodge
temporary chairman, and electing as
delegates to Columbia. Messrs. R. A.
Sublett. 0. C. Scarborough, J. J. Epps,
and S. H. Bradham. When the dele
gates return from Columbia the chair
man of the delegation will call another
meeting for a permanent organization.
No More Suffering
If you are troubled with indigestion
get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
and see how quickly it will cure you.
Geo. A. Thomson, of Spencer, 1a., says:
"Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years.
My case was almost hopeless. .Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure was recommended aind
I used a few bottles of it and it is the
only thing that has relieved me. Would
not be without it. Have doctored with
local physicians and also at Chicago,
and even went to Norway with hopes
of getting some relief, Kodol Dyspep
sia Cure is the only remedy that has
done me any good, and I heartily reco
mend it. Every person suffering wi th
indigestion or dyspepsia should use it.
Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
December Land Sales.
Last Monday Sheriff Davis sold some
valuable nroperty, and it brought good
rices: Three lots in the Town of Man
iing, known as the Ivy lots brought
1,214.50. Numbers 1 and 2 were sold to
Dr. W. E. Brown, and No. 3 to J. F.
71 acres, suit of Johnson, et al, vs.
DuBose, et al, $225, to Lonis Appelt.
276 acres, suit of Turbeville, vs.
Carter, et al, $1,000, to S. C. Turbeville.
Clerk of Court Timmons sold at the
suit of Stack vs. Capers, et'al, 56 acres,
for $775, to A. L. Lesesne.
All persons interested in Oak Grove
Cemetery will meet at Oak Grove on
Thursday, December 22nd, 1904, for
the purpose of cleaning up said ceme
tery. By order of Trustees.
P. E. RIDGEWAY,
The Key that Unlocks the Door to Long -
The men of eigty-five and ninety
years of age are not the rotuned well
fed, but thin, spare men who live on a
slender diet. Be as careful as he will.
however, a man past middle age, will
occasionally eat too much or of some
article of food not suited to his consti
tution, and will need a dose of Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets to
cleanse and invigorate his stomach and
regulate his liver and bowels. When
this is done there is no reason why the
average man should not live to old age.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
'The zoology ot Mattimy.
"Monsteri" said she, weeping. "Now
you call me a hen, but before I mnarried
you you called me a duck!"
"I was an ass to do it," said he
gloomily. "I didn't know you werea
PLEASE YOUR~ FAMILY and pre
serve your house by painting with L
& M. Paint.
Wears and covers like gold.
Its lead and zine. Non-chalkable.
Money saver. Fullest measure. Tlake
Bought from The R. B. Loryea Drug
Robert-Do you believe that big ears
are a sign of generosity?
Richard-Sure; the generosity of na
Nature is st.'.l the grand agent 12
Acid Iron Miner.1 quickly relieves and per
manently cures Inaligestion and all stomael
troubles. Has 310 elual for diseases peculiar t<
women. Price only 50c. Try it. Sold by drug
So called diamond ink for writing or
glass Is a compound of fluoric acid and
barium. The !atter has no effect, 11
being simply a white powder to give
body tothe acid. The inlccan be.used
with a rubber hand stamp, and 11
should be allowedI to r-emainf fiftee!
minutes, when the barium 5vill brus]
off, leaving the design'orthe glass.
Driven to Desperation.
Living at an Out of the place, remot<
from civilization, a family is ofter
driven to desperation in case of acci
dent, resulting in Burns. cuts, woundi
ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply of Buck
len's Arnica Salve. It's the best or
earth. 25c. at The R. B. Loryea Dru,
A Fine Family.
"I have used Dr. King's Blood an<
Liver Pills in my family and with m;
tenants. Am sixty-nine, and have raise<
nine sons twenty-one years old, and
four daughters. have used all the lead
ing liver medicines, but find King's t
be the best of all.
"REUBEN F. CHRRITENBURY."
Experience tells. Get these pills a
Dr. W B. Brown & Co.'s
The Furniture Man. Levi Block. [tf
$1.2~ Shoes for $1.00 now at J. W.
McLeod's. Levi Block.
L ickson Hardware Co. has a full line
of Guns. Ammunition. Boots and Coats
When you want Toys and Fireworks
call at P. B. Mouzon's. [tf
Buy your Heaters and Cook Stoves
from Dickson Hardware Co. and save
Every thing at a cut price during
December. Read J. W. McLeod's ad
and see, Levi Block.
Fireworks! Firewoiks! Toys! Toys!
at P. B. Mouzon's. . [tf
Don't buy anything until you get T.
W. 3cLeod's prices.
You must get McLeod's prices on all
goods before you buy, Levi Block.
When in need of Cereal Goods of all
kinds you can find them at Mouzon's
Come any day between now and Jan.
1st. 1905 and get anything you want at
a big cut price. J. W. McLeod, Levi
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Just in 247 Ladies Sample Hats at
half price at .T. W. McLeod's, Levi
Block. Can't you get one.
A3.00 *2.00 and $1.00 Hats for $1.50,
$1.00 aud5 9c. during this month at
J. W. McLeod's, S. I. Till. Mgr.
Fireworks, Toys, etc., at P. B. Mou
You can buy. some goods cheap at
any time but you cannot buy anything
you want cheap every day in the year,
but you can get anything cheap now at
J. W. McLeod's, Levi Block.
Go to Mouzon's Grocery for Raisins,
Currants, Citron, Figs, Dates. Nuts,
Apples, Oranges, Bananas and Vegeta
bles, fresh, just in.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Boys, buy that Gun- from Dickson
Hard ware Co., they are underselling
the cut price.
Think of this $10,000 worth of goods
to be sold in Manning at almost, first
cost. See J. W. McLeod, Levi Block.
For Sale-167 acres of land in Har
mony township, adjoining lands of You
mans iand Nelson. said tract has about
75 acres cleared, with a four room ten
ant house. Particulars apply to. this
I represent some of the
oldest and strongest-fire
insurance companies do
ing business in the Unit
ed States, and respect
fully solicit a share of
C. 3.= P . TC .
POR SALE AT ALL.
All Kinds of Paperhanging
and Decorating Work Done
I make a specialty of Hotel and
Whole House Work.
. Lowest Estimates for
tilgh Grade Work.
Will guarantee- my work to stay
on the wall.
Can save you 25 per cent.
J. H. ORVINI
tIANNING, S. C.
A limited supply of highly improved
Cotton See-d of my own selection, at
$1.50 per buishel or ten bushels fr' *10.00.
One -:-' line registered Bo'tr, about
fourteer. months old for $30.00. Ap
ply tA. J. TINDAL,
Manning, S. C.
. .THE. .
R. B. L.ORYEA DRUG STORE,~
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of th~e . . . Golden Mortar,
Beg to inform their niany friends and custom
ers that they are prepared to supply their wants
We carry aul an complete line in every de
partmient of the
and every attention is shown to the wants of
For Xany Years
We have endeavored to give the very best at
tenion to our customers' wants, and feel that
we have s.ucceeded.
Our stock- of
is complete in every par ticular and every and
a hen in need of PURE RUGS and MEDI
CIES call on us and we can give you general
SMLORDERS receive our careful and im
We hoefr yournkind pat ae which for
years we have earnestly striven to merit.
SISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
sign of the
- Golcden Mortar
-4 MANNINO, S. C.
PICHE DOLLS. A UMS.
CAKE PLATE CUP & SAJCER 4
PIcTURE PFRAMES. CUT GLASS.
BOOKS. BOOKS. BOOKS.
The Above Articles for Sale at
Rhame's Drug Store,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
~' RAMEProprietor of Rame's
a D. O. RH AMEDrug Store, is au
censed Druggist and a member of the State Phar
maceutical Association, with eighteen (18) years'
CONTINUOUS' experience compounding prescrip
tions. Further comment is unnecessary.
II want to thank the people of Clarendon county
for their past and present patronage and I assure you
Sone and all the same is -very much appreciated by me.
* Iextend to all my friends a cordial invitation to
inspect my Fall line of
SDry Goods, 5hoes, Etc.,
and I will say if prices and quality count for any
Sthing, I know I can please the most fastidious.
Watch my advertisements and you will know
Swhere to obtain a good guality of Merchandise at
very reasonable prices.
Ihave in my Dress Goods department:
'0-inch Cheviot Mixture at......... ...0 per yard.
3;-inch Scoteh Mixture at...........-0 per yard.
Nun's Veiljing at...........-..........50 per yard. I
Crepeline at......--- -------- -... 0e per yard.
I defy cofnpetitioni on my entire line of Shoes as
to quality and prices. Once you buy my Shoes I ~
Swill alvays have you as a customer. m
is full of good things and anything you need in our
line von will find here, and the price-well, we will
~not "meution prices as you might think we carryE
s hoddy goods.
No matter what notion strikes youi, come our
way and look over our line. We know we can please
you in anything you need.
Remember us when you want good Candies. We
handle Hurler's Candies exclusively anid everybody
knows the merits of those goods.
Come to see me.
I SPEIALEFFORTS SALE. 1
We are making special efforts on the prices- of Boys
Knee Suits for the remaining days of November and the
first ten days of December. We want the cash wrapped
u-p in this Clothing and our prices will get it.
SPECIAL EFFORTS to keep our prices on Shoes way
down, and remember this fact that only good Shoes, solid.
Shoes, will be found in our place.
SPECIAL EFFORTS on Ladies' -Cloaks. Skirts and.
Furs. Our Ladies' Skirts were late in arriving, so that
means that they must be sold and sold quick, and..nothig.
will do it better than the prices- we are making just now.
SPECIAL EFFORTS on Dry Goods, fDress Goods,',
Silks and all kindred goods, and will be money in your
pccket to trade with us now.
SPECIAL EFFORTS on Millinery. Only about one
mouth longer to close out our Millinery, and we will make
prices that will do this. Our stock is very complete for
this season of the year and we certainly can get your Hat
up in good s'tyle. -
SBECIAL RFFORTS all the way through our store,
to push out our large stock of goods-they must be sold.
MUTUAL DRY GOODS fOM
LUTHER NClNTOSH. w.MIi'ER TURN"ER.
We are now about to pass the last milestone in the prospir
ous year 1904. We propose to pass under whip and spur,:mag:
the month of December a record-breaker in our. commercial -his
tory. We will not leave a leaf unturned'to attain this end.
Every department-in our great store will-be repkte with the
most saleable merchandise in order that the .best results may be
Look out for our great Holiday ad. this week, it contains
very interesting matter for everybody-the rich, ,the poor, the
young and the old, can all come -and select suitable gifts to make
Christmas joyous and happy.
DID YOU KNow
That we have now in stock the greatest line of Gent's, Ladies
and Children's Shoes tozbe found in tIis part of the State.
A full stock of the famous H. C. GODMAN Shoes.
A full stock-of T. D.Barry fine Shoes for Men.
DID YoU KNOW
That we have now in stock the greatest line of Ladies', Gent's
and Children's Wool and Cotton Knit Underwear to be found in
Men's nice -Fleece-Lined Undervest and Drawers to match,
only 50 and 75c per suit.
Ladies' heavy Jersey Ribbed Vest and Pants to match, only
50 and 75c per suit.
be 11l pay you to see our great line of Winter Underwear and
bconvinced that W. E. JENKINSON COMPANY back up. what
- htorDID YOU KNOW -
Thatourstock of Men's. Boys' and Children's Clothing, Over
Ecoats and Odd Pants is complete in every department?
A large line of Gerit's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Neck
wear. Collars and Cuffs.
Gent's, if you need nice Clothing at rock-bottom prices here
i the place to come.
-Did You Know, Ladies,
That we have just gotten a large line of Fancy Neckwear, -late
style Belts, New Lace Collars for the Holiday trade? Won't-you
please come and give this department a look.
Did You Know, Ladies,
EThat we have just gotten for the Holiday trade a large stock of
Embroidery Silk Floss? If you want to do some nice little piece
of art for a Holiday gift better come hore and get your Silk Floss.
We have just what you need.
Ladies, You All Know
That w e carry the greatest stock of Kid Glores and Fabric Gloves in town?;
Just seour great stock of Gloves now and you will see at once that you will
see at once that you will have no trouble to get what you need in Gloves.
You Don't Know, But
We are here to tell you that we have the greatest stock of Furniture and House
furnihing Goods to be found in this part of the State. A great big hail 12.5
feet lon crowded with a grand line of Bedroom Suits, Sofas, Wardrobes. Side
boards, Hall Racks, Chiffoniers, Chairs of all kinds. Everything that is needed
i f yo isinant to make your good wife a present of a nice Suit of Furni
tu e or a pair of nice Willow Rockers or anything else in the Furmiture- line
come her e and we will do you good.
- Yours truly,
IV. B. JENKINSOI CO.