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Cabbage Plants and Sea Island Cotton Seed.
CABBAGE PLANTS 11or sale z-nd now ready for delivery. -'EARLY JERSEY WANE
FILD" and 1CHARLESTON LA TYPE WAKEFITD.' two early sharphead varieties
and bead in rotation as named. "SUCCESSION, .AUGUSTA TRUCkER - and -SHORT
STEM FLAT DUTCH." the three best flat-head varieties and head in rotativi as namd.1
-Prices: Single thousand. -3.: .O( and over. 41.'-; per I.000: 1I.illh, and over. per
Terms: Cash with order: or. plants sent C. 0. D.. purch::ser paviig returni harg rtony.
Our plant beds occupy :n acres on South Carolina sea 'oast. and we undterstnd growin
them in open air: tough and hardy: they will -tand severe cold without injury. l1:aiits crated
for shipment weigh lbs. per we have special low rati for prompt transportation by
Southern Express Company.
I know of other plants you can buy cheaper than mine. I s Ill god plants. No cheap -cut
rate" plants shipped from my farm. I guarantee those that I ship to be true to pand name.
and grown from high grade seeds purchased from two of the most relianblz -ed houses in the
United States. I win refund purchase price to any dis satisfied eistoLerat nd of s oton.
OUR COTTON SEED. Lint of our Lon, Staple variety o; S!iuA ISLAND COTTON sold this e
year in Charleston on Dec.:'.. at 32c. per pound. SeedI. $.4per bu.: lot (if Ili b. and over. .51 per
bushel. Mv specialty: Prompt Shipment. True Varieties a'id Satistied Custoier-. I have been
in the plani business for thirty-five years.
Wm. . Geraty, "Theabge aT Youngs Island, .S. M.
l e YIPost and legrapli Ofll la
(1.) Four hundred and fifty acre plantation on the Manning
Summerton road, four miles from Suminerton, two hundred acres
under cultivation, balance in woods, some timber and practically all
can be brought under cultivation. Buildings: One five-room dwell
ing with necessary outbuildings and the four tenant houses. Soil of
first-class quality. The place is cheap at the price offered. viz: $15
- (2.) Tract one thousand acres, three hundred acres under culti
vation, four hundred acres of balance in second growth pine, one
hundred acres original growth pine, two hundred acres cypress and
other swamp timber, in the western part of Clarendon county and
formerly known as the Robertson Taylor place. situated about two
miles southeast of the old C. S. & N. R. R. crossing. Price $G,500.
(3.) Five hundred acres near Foreston.
Want other Clarendoii couwnty lands' for sale.
R. B. BELSER,
Real Estate Broker, Sumter, S. C.
'Phone 12. Court Square.
S. R. VENNING, Jeteer:
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SPECTACLES, EYE CLASSES AND'
ALL KINDS OF FANCY NOVELTIES.
I make a specialty of WEDDING and HOLIDAY PRES
ENTS and always carry a handsome line of
Silverware, Hand-Painted China, Glassware
and nurnerous other articles suitable for Gifts of all kind.
CoME ANC> SEE THEM.
ll Watch. Clock and Jeweiry Repairing done promptly and
ib h 5 23Iuope n1nfS o MANNING, S. 4
The DuRant Hardware Co., SUMTER, S. C.
Being in close touch with the very best markets, w~e are better pr epar ed
thandl the trade thaneereore an weherefore invite an snpectton of
House Furnishing Goods,
Leather, Belting, Etc.
*'Our S >e is headquarters for Gun;, Powder, Shot, Shells and the very
latest in Sporting Goods.
We also handle large quantities of other Paints, Oils and Window Glass.
For Engine and Mill Supplies there is no better place to buy.
Come and examine our Iarge line of Cooking and Heatimg Stoves. Ever-y
Stove bought from us is warranted.
The DuRant Hardware Co.,
s4MTERf, s. C.
During These Cold Winter' Months a Trip to
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Would be just the thing to make life worth the
-living. Superb trains, excellent schedules and.
tickets which offer every advantage possible for a
'pleasant and attractive trip.
For full information or pamphlets call on your"
nearest ticket agent or write.
H. M. EMMERSON, . W. J. CRAIG,
Traffic Manager, Gen'1 Pass. Ag't,
Wilmington, N. C.
Directing Funerals. J . WiNEG
We have an up-to-date- Under- L AWYER.
taking Establishment, and carry:
a fnll line of Caskets, Coffins, and MANNING, S. C.
Undertakers' Supplies, from thelPop n aeu teto ie
cheapest to the best State Casket Ptomll busn-e ttnio ie
Our beautiful Hearse is a great toalbuies
addition in this department. and -__________ ___
puts us an a level with the larger M . J. MULDROW,
undertakers in the State, and weW
have men graduates in this pro- A TTORNEYA L w
fession, sober and reliable. - TLW
S. L. KRASNOFF, MANNING. S. C.
J. W. HERIOT, _________
FUNERAL DIRE CTOR. *~L
Levi Block, Manning, S. C. - K HE
-H. LESESNE,Nv in '
ATTORNEY AT LAW, ~*K I~
MANNING, S. .Ne Dic v r
W. O.K ad W.$.O
Woodmen of the THOAoadLUld.OB
Meets on fourth Monday nights at, Eo OE AK
The famous Goodyear Apple Farm,
2ear Waynsville, N. C., is now owned
>v John Farrior. Esb., who said:King's
Nild Cherry and Tar is the best Cough
\Iedicine. It is pleasant and effective,
ind I would not be without it. Even a
:light cold is not a thing of no momnent.
t may end in catarrh or pneumouma.
eep the breathing apparatus open
ind clean. All diseases of the throat
mnd bronchial tubes are cured quickly
tnd pleasantly by Dr, King's Wild
'herry and Tar. 25c., no cure no pay.
sold b'y The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
A GOOD WIDE YAWN.
[t Is a Splendid Reviver For the
A good, wide, open mouthed yawn Is
i splendid thing for the whole body. A
rawn is nature's demand for rest
ome people think they only yawn be
:ause they are sleepy, but this is not
o. You yawn because you are tired.
Eou may be sleepy also, but that is not
:e real cause of your yawning. You
ire sleepy because you are tired, and
rou yawn because you are tired.
Whenever you feel like yawning just
rawn. Don't try to suppress it be
ause you think it is impolite to yawn.
Put your hand over your mouth if you
want to, but let the yawn come. And
f you are whore you can stretch at the
same time that you yawn just stretch
nd yawn. This is nature's way of
tretching and relaxing the muscles.
Don't be afraid to open your mouth
wide and yawn and stretch whenever
you feel like it. Indeed. if you are
rery tired, but do not feel like ya--n
ng, there is nothing that will rest you
so quickly as to sit on a straight back
hair, and, lifting your feet from the
loor, push them out in front of you
is far as possible, stretch the arms,
ut the head back, open the mouth
ide and make yourself yawn.
Those tense nerves will relax, the
montracted muscles will stretch and the
whole body will be rested. Do this two
)r three times when you are tired and
see what it will do for you.
DURER AND LEONARDO.
Explanation of the Differences Be
tween Their Work as Painters.
Durer was born a German, Leonardo
an Italian. This sums up much of the
ifference between their work as paint
ers. .The Italian race, under its sunny
skies, has an inborn love of beauty.
The German, in a sterner climate
"How I shall freeze after this sun!"
wrote Durer, during his stay in Italy,
to a friend in Nuremberg-retains to
this day the energy that carved its
way through the vast forests of his
mountry and some of the gloomy ro
mance that haunted their dark shad
)ws. The German spirit is character
zed by a "combination of the wild and
rugged with the homely and tender, by
meditative depth, enigmatic gloom,
sincerity and energy, by iron diligence
and discipline." Very remarkable qual
ities these, and to be found in Durer's
work, which is the reason that we de
scribe him as being so representative
)f the Teutonic race.
But it was not only the difference of
race that helped to mold the genius of
these two men differently. Each was
a. manifestation of the "new birth" of
art and learning that was spreading
ver Europe-Leonardo of the form of
it which appeared in Italy and Durer
af that which prevailed in Germany.
SHAVING IS ANCIENT.
'he Custom Was Probably Followed
In Prehistorie Times.
It Is not improbable that prehistoric
man shaved, for curiously shaped
shells and flint fiakes have been dis
yovered which have been supposed to
be very ancient razors. In remote parts
af China men have their chins scraped,
without water or soap, by instruments
very similar to these, and the men of
the stone age would most likely find
out at a very early stage that to leave
hair upon their face was to give a use
Eil handle to their enemies.
That, indeed, was the reason why
Alexander the Great compelled his sol
iers to shave, and his order is among
the earliest 1iefinite :instances of shav
ng upon redord, although there can be
ao question that the practice existed
Long before his day.
The oldest Egyptian. sculptures show
ome men clean shaven, and others
partially so, with curled beards. It is
rec~rded in Genesis that Joseph, when
he went from prison to the presence of
Pharaoh, about 1300 B. C., "shaved
himself and changed ]its raiment."
The palace of Alexander the Great
was an imposing~ structure in its time,
and the wonder is that any vestige of
it stands today. It was built in a man
ner much more substantial than thai
of today, though advocates of steel
construction claim that the modern
structure will defy time as long as
any of those built by the ancients.
Time alone will determine how much
truth there is in this contention. Or
the Asiatic plain are the massive rem
nants of an ancient gateway fringed
with weeds, and, vaguely knowing who
he was, the natives tell that this is all
that is left of the palace of Alexander.
The Patient's Idea.
Dr. Price-Price (diplomatically)-l
don't know whether I sent you a state
ment of what-er-you owe me. Mr.
Knox-Neither do I. Dr. Price-Price
Al, you didn't get It then? I guess I
didn't send you a statement. Mr. Knoi
-Oh, yes, but it looked more like
statement of what you think I pos
sess.-Catholic Standard and Times.
A Burning Mistake.
Bilkins-I never knew Cockshure t<
acknowledge that he had made a mis
take. Pilkins-I did once. Bilkins
How did It happen? Pilkins-He pui
the lighted end of his cigar in his
Old Ocean's Joke.
"There's another bunclh of rniidl cou
pies on that ship," remarked Fathel
"Yes," replied the Atlantic ocean
"I'm being crossed in love pretty regu
Rarly these days."-Phliladelphia Press.
Of the best society it used to be sa1t
its conversation affords instructior
while Its silence imparts culture.
Public is Aroused.
'The public is aroused to a knowledg
of the curative merits of that grea
medicinal tonic, Electric Bitters. fo
sick stomach, liver and kidneys. Mar;
H. Walters, of 546 St. Clair Ave.. Col
umbus, O., writes: "For months, I wa
given up to die. I had fever and ague
my nerves were wrecked: 1 could nc
sleep and my stomach was so weak fror
useless doctor's drugs, that I could nc
eat. Soon after beginning to tak
Electric Bitters. I obtained relief, an
in a short time I was entirely cured.
Guaranteed at The R. B. Loryea Dru
Store; lnice 50r
Which usually commences with cold
in head, hay fever, rapidly infects the.
mucous membrane of the throat, and
leads to graver :omplications, unless
pronptly attended to. We recommend
King's Sarsaparilla internally to purify
the blood, and direct treatment with
Dr. King's Catarrh Remedy (a douche
comes with each bottle). It gains a foot
hold from which it hard to dislodge.
With treatment of these two medicines
any ordinari- case will yield quickly
the very worst cases will be greatly
reliever. The prike, -$.00: three for
$2.50, and guaranteed. Sold by The -'L.
B. Loryea Dru- Store.
After Lee's surrender.
In "Rtecollections and Letters of Gen
eral Robert E. Lee" (aptain R. E. Lee
describes his father's return to private
life after the surrender of Appomat
tox. He says:
"A day or two after the surrender
General Lee started for Richmond, rid
ing Traveler, who had carried him so
well all through the war. He was ac
companied by some of his staff. On
the way he stopped at the house of
his eldest brother, Charles Carter Lee,
who lived on the upper James, in Pow
hatan county. le spent the evening in
talking with his brother, but when
bedtime came, though begged by his
host to take the room and bed pre
pared for him, he insisted on going to
his old tent, pitched by the roadside.
and passed the night in the quarters
that he was accustomed to. On April
15 he arrived ih Richmond. The peo
ple there soon recognized him. Men,
women and children crowded around
him, cheering and waving hats and
handkerchiefs. It was more like the
welcome to a conqueror than to a de
feated prisoner on parole. He raised
his hat in response to their greeting
and rode quietly to his home on Frank
lin street, where my mother and sis
ters were anxiously awaiting him.
Thus he returned to that private fami
ly life for which he had always longed
and became what he always desired to
be-a peaceful citizen in a peaceful
Oil on the Coffee.
The cup of black coffee had on its
surface a little oil. This oil shimmer
ed. It gave forth delicate, changing
colors, like oil on water. The man who
was about to drink the coffee gazed at
it with delight.
"The oil," he said, "tells me all I
want to know about the coffee. Now,
without tasting it, I am sure it is su
"The whole secret of making coffee,"
he went on, "lies in extracting and re
taining this oil. This oil it is which
gives coffee its aromatic and delicious
taste. This oil it is also which stimu
lates you, which makes you feel after
you have drunk strong and gay.
"Good coffee-the kind with oil afloat
on it-can only be made by excellent
cooks. In millionaires' houses or in
hotels where they employ French chefs
you are likely to get it. But the aver
age American housewife does not know
how to make this oily kind of coffee at
Soot as a Disinfectant.
Of the many cheap and simple disin
fectants proposed for the use of the
people one of the most effective is
common soot. Soot is composed of
pure carbon and is formed by the hot
vapor of the hydrocarbon coming from
burning fuel striking the -cold walls
of the chimney or stovepipe and con
densing thereon. It is a very light,
porous and Impalpable powder and,
like charcoal, which is the same ele
ment in a different form, possesses
the property of absorbing and retain
ing a wonderful amount of gas. The
great danger of disease about sewers,
drains and other places is almost en
tirely due to gas given off by decom
posing matter. If soot be sprinkled
about these places It will absorb the
foul gas.-London Mail.
Too Munch Imagination.
Pity the man or woman devoid of im
agination, but he or she who allows
the imagination too great liberty be
comes its subject rather than its mas
ter. The man who wears a rubber
on the pedal attachment to his cork
leg because the cork foot aches with
out the rubber is as unfortunate a vic
tim as the Scotchman who fainted on
account of the beat int church the first
Sunday after stoves were set up, al
though a fire had not been lighted In
any of them.
Dutch Cur'e For Lazy People.
The Hollanders are not fond of lazy
people, and they have a very good way
of curig persons who can but won't
work. If a pauper who is able to work
refuses to do so they put him In a cis
tern, to which a pump Is attached, and
turn on a stream of water. The stream
flows into the cistern just slow enough
to enable the lazy person by lively
pumping to keep the water from get
ting up over his head.
"Who Is the richest man in the
world?" asks an exchange and begins.
measuring millions against millions.
All wrong. The richest man in the
world is the one that gets the greatest
amount of happiness out of what he
has, whatever it is. It is an old truth,
but it was never truer than It Is to
day.-Pueblo (Colo.) Chieftain.
Elder Sister-Really, dear, you
mustn't put "I remain ever your loving
Nellie Tomkins." You may put "I re
main your loving Nellie Tomkins" If
you like, but underline the "renlain"
and the "Tomkins." Father's been
throwing out hints about the 'long
Before and After.
Mr. Busybody--Pardon me fore men
tioning it, but Isn't your wife a little
rude to you at times? Mr. Henpecked
-Well, it does seem so to me.. Before
we were married she used to -sit on my
knee. -Now she sits all over~me,--Som
Not Using It.
Mr. Green-Miss Passay says sh'e has
a prescription for perpetual youth.
Miss Sarcastic-It's a wonder she
wouldn't take it to a drug store and
have it put up.-Detroit Free Press.
Duke of Bilherry--Where were you
when the king fell off his horse? Duke
of Hohokus-Oh, I was near the
thrown !--Pittsburg Post.
This distressing ailment r'esults from
a disordered condition of the stomach.
All that is needed to effect a cure is a
dose or two of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. In fact the attack
may be wvarded offt or greatly lessened
in severity, by taking a dose of these
Tablets as soon as the first symptom of
an attack appears. Sold by The R. B.
Lorya Drug Store. Isa Md. Loryea,
Startlirg But True.
People the wvorll over were hor-ilictl
on learning of the burning of a Chica-o
theater in which nearly six huntired
people lost their lives. yet more than
five timies this number or over :"00
people died from pnetuuonia in Chlka
go during the same year. with scarcely
a passing notice. E very one of these
cases of pnurmonia resulted from a cold
and could have been pretented by the
timelv use of Chamberlain's Cough
Reimedy. A great many who had every
reason to fear pnuemonia have warded
it off by the p.iornpt use of this remedy.
The following is an instance of this
sort: "Too much cannot be said in favor
of Chamberlain's Cough I Reiedy. and
especially for colds and influenza. I
know that it cured my daug' eir. Laura.
of a severe cold. and I believe saved
her life when she was threatened with
pneunonia." W. D. VILCox. Logan,
New york. Sold by The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store, Isaac M. Lot-yea. Prop.
The Bombards Used by the rurks In
the Fifteenth Century.
In 147S Mohammed II., in forming
the siege of Scutari, in Albania, em
ployed fourteen heavy bombards, the
lightest of which threw a stone shot of
370 pounds weight, two sent shots of
500 pounds, one of 750 pounds, two of
850 pounds, one of 1,200 poinds, five
of 1,500 and one of the enormous
weight of 1,640 pounds, enormous even
in these days, for our S0 ton guns
throw only a 1,700 pound projectile,
our 100 ton throws one of 2,000 pounds,
and the 110 ton throws an 1,800 pound
shot with a high velocity.
The stone shot of Mohammed's
guns varied between twenty and thir
ty-two inches in diameter, about the
height of a dining table, 2,534 of them
fired on this occasion weighing, ac
cording to a calculation of General
Lefroy's, about 1,000 tons, and were
cut out of ,the solid rock on the spot.
Assuming twenty-four inches as the
average diameter of the shot fired at
the siege, the total area of the surface
dressed was nearly 32,000 square feet
At this siege the weight of the powder
fired' is estimated by General Lefroy
to have been 250 tons. At the siege of
Rhodes in 14S0 Mohammed caused six
teen basilisks or double cannon to be
cast on the spot, throwing balls two to
three feet in diameter.-Chambers'
WHEN A MAN STARVES.
Eow It Feels to Go Without Food
For Seven DayM.
For the first two days through which
a strong and healthy man is doomed to
exist upon nothing his sufferings are
perhaps more acute than in the remain
ing stages; he feels an inordinate, un
speakable craving at the stomach night
and day. The mind runs upon beef,
bread and other substances, but still in
a great measure the body retains its
strength. On the third and fourth days,
but especially on the fourth, this inces
sant craving gives place to a sinking
and weakness of the stomach, accom
panied by nausea.
On the fifth day his cheeks appear
hollow and sunken, his body attenu
ated; his color is ashy pale and his eyes
wild, glassy and cannibalistic.
The sixth day brings with it increas
ed suffering, although the pangs of
hunger are lost in an overpowering
languor and sickness. The head be
comes dizzy ; the ghosts of well remem
bered dinners pass in hideous proces
sion through the mind.
The seventh day comes, bringing in
creasing lassitude and further prostra
tion of strength. The mind wanders.
The Method by Which sound Waves
Sound can be photographed by tak
ing advantage of the motion produced
in a tuning fork. Sound travels in
waves, each corresponding with an os
cillation in the fork, which remains in
a state of continuous vibration while
the note is sounded.
To photograph these sound waves a
small mirror is attached to the end of
one of the prongs. On this a powerful
-beam of light is projected by a lens, so
as to strike it at an angle of forty-five
degrees. The light is again reflected
from its surface, but in a new direc
tion, and a very slight alteration in the
position of the mirror makes a large
one in the reflected beam.
To take the photograph the light is
turned upon the mirror in a darkened
room, and the tuning foi'k is set in vi
bration, while a sensitive plate is rap
idly passed in the path of the reflected
pencil of light On development the
plate shows sound waves recorded as
a wavy line, and each note has its
- The Mad Ambassador.
There was a tragic little scene imme
diately preceding the marriage of King
Edward TII. when he was the Prince
of Wales. With several of his royal
relatives he was staying at the Prus
sian embassy in Rome, where his host
was the German ambassador, Baron
The responsibility of entertaining so
many august personages under his
roof was too much for the ambassador.
He appeared at dinner one night in his
dressing gown and slippers and to
half the royalties of Europe exclaimed:
"Is thiis to go on much longer? I am
-heartily sick of it, and it must come to
an end at once."
They carried him to his room and the
next day removed him to a1. asylum, a
Rtocking~ and Sleep.
Dr. Manacoine, the famous Russian
authority on sleep phenomena, says
that rocking is an artificial method of
inducing slumber. The process fa
tigues consciousness by -a series of
monotonous sensations and incidental
ly deprives the brain of its blood sup
ply.' Absence of blood from the brain
makes sleep. The influence of the lul
laby is objectionable, but not equally
so. A baby will go to sleep unaided
-when it needs sleep.
Cholly-So Miss Tartun loosened up
and said a good word about me, did
she? Archie-Tes; she said that whet
Sone got better acquainted with vou
one found you were not half as big
fool as you appeared to be.--Exchange.
Has a Distinct Advantage.
Addipus-Dont you hate to be as
lean as you are? Skinnicus-No; some
times I find it's a decided help. I car
Scross my legs in a crowded car withou1
t- aking up any more room that I dlit
The noblest question in the world is
SWhat good may I do in it?-F-ranklinl
Dr. King's Ne w Me dicine for colds
aCold Breaker is now getting in som<
ifine work. It is speedy; safe and sure
The price is only 23ca, Convenien
Spackage. Find it at The R. B. Lnrye:
-When a child I had a very severe at
tack of Diphtheria, which came near prov
ing fatal. Upon recovery the glands of the
neck were very much enlarged, and after
the free use of iodine, the right one was
reduced to its normal size, but the left
one continued to grow-very slowly at
-irst, until it was about the sizeof a goose
egg, which began. to press on the wmind
pipe, causing difficult breathing, and be
came very painful. An incision was made
and a large quantity of' pus discharged.
The gland was removed, or as much as
could with safety be taken out. For ten
years I wore alittle piece of cloth about an
inch long in my neck to keep the place
open. During this time I to have it
cut open by the doctor every time I took
cold or the openingclogged. IntheSpring
or early Summer of 1884 I was persuaded
by my wife to use S. S. S., which I did,
strictly in accordance with directions. I
to6k twenty-six large bottles, and was en
tirely cured, for I dre not suffered since
that time. B. S.RAGLAND.
Royal Bag Mfg. Co., Charleston, S. C.
Only a constitutional remedy can reach
an hereditary disease like Scrofula. When
the blood is restored to a normal condition
and the scrofulous deposits are carried off
there is a gradual returntohealth. S.S.S.
is well known as a
blood purifier and
tonic. It is the
o nlIy guaranteed,
have any signs of
Scrofula, write us
and our physicians
The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga.
F . I desire to direct at
tention to the fact that
I have moved into the
store next door to the :
Manning Hardware Co.,
which was especially
prepared for my line of I
business, and I am now
in a position to handle
imy increasing trade bet
r_ ter than ever. My stock
of Family and Fancy
Scannot be excelled any
Swhere, because I am in
Sconstant touch with the
l best of markets, anid
i handle first grades inii
i everything. I am sole
agent for the celebrated
SYou wvill, always get
Sfrom me the freshest
Sand choicests of Fruits.
S I b~uy my Fruits in car
Eload lots, and am in
S position to sell at whole
SThere is no store in
the county with a better
Setc. We have the best
Sof Pickles, Olives, Sal
Sads, and in fact every
thing to entice.and m ake
it easy for the house
keeper to prepare a good
dinner-come to see me.
I Moniey Idle~
If so. deposit it in a good ban1
until you have need for it. Th
Bank of Clarendlon,
IMANNING. S. C.,
'Is the place to deposit you
Every courtesy and accomme
dation "consistent with safety
In our Savings Department in
terest at the rate of four pe
cent. per annum will be pai
BANK OF CLAREE019
MANNIN, S. C
rT his Win er.I
E have about one hun
dred pairs Cotton and
IWool Blankets and Comforts
that we will sell at ACTUAL
COST. We cannot afford to
carry these goods over until
-next winter. - It would be a
-good investment for you to buy
them if you do not use them
until next winter.
A See Them.
We have about one hundred
Ladies Hats we will sell at act
ual cost also.
New Spring Goods are com
ing in every day and we must
make room for them.
These goods will be offered
you at ACTUAL COST.
Yours for business,
1S.7I. TILL, Ma ager.
@ @@@@@@@@@@I@ .
0The public to come and inspect our stock I
8 Fancy & Staple Groceries0
8We carry this line and will cheerfully give you paces, as
it is to your interest to keep in touch with them. - 0
b~ F LOUR.
Yes, we have 'the best Full Patent and if you are
Ssomewhat dissatisfied with your flour, try our 100 per
cent. ~and we feel reasonably sure you will be pleased,
that is if you are looking for a high class article.
Wers carry both parched and green, and if you want' -
firdass article, something nicely flavored and contain
~ing good strength try some of our Coffee.
We beg that you do not confuse these goods with pos
sbyothers you have been using.
Can we quote you prices in bulk? Certainly, with
pesure. Call and see.
People of Maning, Listen!
We want your business, and if close prices and good goods mean
anything to you, we'll get it. At any time we'll be more than pleased
to furnish you with any information im our power.
LELAND MOORE PAINT & OILt CO,
Paint Manufacturers and Lead Orinders,
211 East Bay Street, Charleston, S. C.
Sells itself-none better.
Ten thousand tons now offered for sale.
.Nitrate of Soda,
Mutriate of Potash,
H ARBY & CQ., sumer
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